Michael C. Ruppert: Arrival of the Post-Petroleum Human

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 on Jun 24, 2011

Peak Moment 196: “Petroleum Man is dead. Infinite Growth Man is dead. Post Petroleum Human is alive,” announced Michael C. Ruppert on May 22, 2011. Members of this emerging “species” know they must live in balance with the Earth, while remembering the lessons of industrial civilization. The star and subject of the documentary “Collapse”, Mike founded CollapseNet.org in 2010 to empower people to connect and relocalize.

Watch his full presentation at http://www.collapsenet.com/free-resources/collapsenet-public-access/item/1026….

Watch Mike’s 2006 Peak Moment Conversation at http://www.peakmoment.tv/conversations/?p=118.

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Arrival of the Post-Petroleum Human

see

The Day the Earth Stood Nil by Rand Clifford

Learning from the Community of the Land By Shepherd Bliss

Noam Chomsky: The Fate of the Human Species

Keiser Report: Dmitry Orlov on Economic Collapse

The Economic and Social Losses On The Way By Emily Spence

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