Minority rules: Scientists discover tipping point for the spread of ideas
Scientists at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute have found that when just 10 percent of the population holds an unshakable belief, their belief will always be adopted by the majority of the society. The scientists, who are members of the Social Cognitive Networks Academic Research Center (SCNARC) at Rensselaer, used computational and analytical methods to discover the tipping point where a minority belief becomes the majority opinion. The finding has implications for the study and influence of societal interactions ranging from the spread of innovations to the movement of political ideals. CLICK HERE for more
What this means is we only need 10% of the population to understand how these few individuals are robbing us and enslaving us to transform the narrative society believes in, to stop them.
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I went last Sunday to a theater in Tucson where this film was shown for free, and I was able to purchase it from the very director. There was a very interesting Q&E period where we were told the world distribution rights for the film had been sold.
For years I have been sending donations to many of the environmental organizations shown in this documentary while they were less than honest with their motivations.
I understand many people will be affected in their eating habits, which is the point of this film. Changes are demanded from people who refuse to accept the corruption we are suffering, but when those changes demand it is WE do the changes in our eating behavior then things become more of a challenge. In situations like these is when the real activists are separated from the talkers. Seriousness and determination is evident as to who is for real, and who is just disgruntled but unable to do what's necessary to improve their social and economic environment. There are habits we have to personally change to improve the degree of sustainability our society needs as part of our responsibility.
The science is clear as to what levels of pollution are being produced by the various sectors of the economy, and the Agribusiness meat production sector is the worst of all of them, including putting together all cars, buses, airplanes and ships use of oil.
The implications are deep because of their cultural eating habits, from the customary summer "barbecues" to the Mexican Tacos widespread cuisine use, just to give a couple of examples. 7 billion people in the world is another alarming trend we have to address if we are serious in solving the climate problem we are already experiencing today. As much as employment will be affected in those sectors producing the most dirt and pollution, new opportunities will open to serve and produce the nutritious and clean food we'll require to consume if we want to avoid the dire consequences of climate disruptions, famine and war already happening around the world.