ZeitGeist – Documentaries

ZeitGeistI have been watching these pretty cool documentaries for the past weeks. 🙂

They might be controversial to some, but I think they are fantastic in the way they were produced. 😎

I don’t necessary agree with everything on it, but I find some things really close to the way I view things. 😈 It is pretty shocking to know that there are some people out there with the same screwed sense of thinking that I have! 😉

I’ll definitely recommend anyone interested in watching these types of gloom and doom political/environmental/anti-establishment, documentaries, to check them out. But keep things in perspective, don’t take everything as truth without question it first. 😐


2007: Zeitgeist: The Movie


2008: Zeitgeist: Addendum


2011: Zeitgeist: Moving Forward


I played around linking the videos from different sources! 😉 But you can also find these series on their official website.

December 21 2012 – The End Of The World?

Mayan Calendar

Did anyone prepare for the end of the world today?! 👿

There are many predictions for the end of the world floating around for this day:

The end of the Mayan calendar could be the end of times as we know it! 😉

Nostradamus predicted some thing, I guess about this date. 🙄

Another one is the collision of Earth with a planet named Nibiru. 😆

This video summarize everything with one of the best quotes by Carl Sagan.

Originally posted by Carl Sagan:

Extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence.

I’ll definitely believe in that! 😎


Organic Bamboo Vehicle

This is one of the coolest things I ever seen! 😎

The Ajiro Bamboo Velobike, it’s really a three-wheeled, bamboo bike! I think it’s a pretty cool thing to have these days with the high cost of gas. Plus it’s environmentally friendly for those concern with the environment. 😎

The Australian Design Award website has a pretty cool article about it!

The velomobile concept provides a natural source of human power, bridging the gap between car and bicycle by providing on-board storage and canopy protection for the rider. Simplifying the package, the rear wheels act as the steering mechanism, with the front wheel providing power input. This removes complexity of many recumbent vehicles reliant on derailleur systems. For stability at the low speeds proposed for urban use, most of the rider weight is positioned over the rear wheels.