Session 25 on *Tuesday 20th June 2017

Time: 7pm to 9pm

Venue: St John's Church, (second green door to the left – ring bell if not open) 73 Waterloo Rd, Lambeth, London SE1 8TY (near IMAX tower cinema)

Agenda

7:00 Round up of news and events

7:30 Continuing discussion around James's strategy presentation and shifting human consciousness

8:15 Astrotheology and law - Pete

An abbreviated recording of the discussion is below. Unfortunately due to operator incompetence (mine) we only got 55mins.

Session 24 on *Tuesday 13th June 2017

Time: 7pm to 9pm

Venue: St John's Church, (second green door to the left – ring bell if not open) 73 Waterloo Rd, Lambeth, London SE1 8TY (near IMAX tower cinema)

Agenda

7:00 Round up of news and events

7:30 How to change the world? A grand strategy or an evolutionary shift in human consciousness?

Critical Thinking's analysis suggests the global political economy is simply too big and complex to be managed but it can self-organise.

The session recording is here:

Session 23 on *Tuesday 6th June 2017

Time: 7pm to 9pm

Venue: St John's Church, (second green door to the left – ring bell if not open) 73 Waterloo Rd, Lambeth, London SE1 8TY (near IMAX tower cinema)

Agenda

7:00 Round up of news and events

7:30 Deferred from last week:
 Why is the origin of pyramids an essential topic for exploration?
 see http://freecriticalthinking.org/daily-pickings/2228-questions

8:10 Grasping the nettle: The Nature of Money

8:40 AOB Do beliefs drive thoughts and actions?

Here is the recording of the session:

Session 22 on *Tuesday 30th May 2017

Time: 7pm to 9pm

Venue: Camden Homeless Solidarity (this is a one off meeting away from our usual venue at Waterloo), I56 Kentish Town Road (an empty carpet warehouse) 5 minutes from Kentish Town Tube Station & Kentish Town West Overground

Agenda

7:00 News and views of the week
 
7:30 The problem is poverty - not homelessness or housing.
 
8:30 Why is the origin of pyramids an essential topic for exploration?
- see http://freecriticalthinking.org/daily-pickings/2228-questions

Here is the recording of the session - there's a lot of background noise but it's worth persevering.