"To be truly radical is to make hope possible, rather than despair convincing." - Raymond Williams

David Fleming’s posthumous book tour!

by Shaun Chamberlin on September 8th, 2016

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So, after years of work from me, and decades from David, the day is finally here – the official publication date for his astonishing lifework!!

In truth, demand has already been such that the distributors have been struggling to keep up, but they’re ramping things up now, and the real promotional push starts here 🙂

Last week I circulated an email with full details of the books, the early reviews, tour events etc, but since two additional dates have already been added since, I thought I’d post an updatable listing of my tour here:

***Edit – Book tour details (including footage of past events and details of future ones) have now been moved here.***

The Crash Course at Christmas

by Shaun Chamberlin on December 26th, 2008

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I spent a few hours this Christmas watching former Pfizer Vice President Chris Martenson’s Crash Course, which undertakes the daunting task of presenting the overarching interplay of economics, energy and environment in today’s world, and doing it in a friendly, accessible way. He does an impressive job, and it’s all broken down into easily digestible videos from 2-15 minutes long.

His simple indisputable explanations of topics such as why economic growth does not equal prosperity are invaluable, but most impressive to me was the clarity with which Chris distinguishes between his own beliefs and the facts he is sharing which have shaped those beliefs. For example, he states up front his belief that “the next twenty years are going to be completely unlike the past twenty years”, and then shows us just which facts have led him to that belief. It becomes hard to disagree. Read more »