This TED presentation explains why 97% of humanity is mainstream driven, no matter what. It is extreemly difficult to step out of that box of the established normatives that we tend to develop our autopilots in. Sustainocracy however settles in the 3%, meaning that we always look at change as a constant, in order to adjust to ever changing circumstances. It is not the box that fixes our thinking, it is our sustainable human core values that do, as a everlasting challenge for sustainable human evolution.
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Why we cannot rely on the majority for sustainable progress
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