483. What Are 15 Minute Cities?

While the idea of everything we could ever need being within 15 minutes sounds good in theory, these planned communities would be based on regulation of people’s movements within the city boundaries.


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Davos 2024: A Leviathan in the Alps

Imagine, if you will, a gathering of nearly 3,000 elites in the frosty, Swiss Alps—politicians, bureaucrats, business moguls, and the like, sipping on hot cocoa and discussing how to steer the future of the world. Yep, it’s that time again—the annual soiree of the World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos, Switzerland. It sounds like the setting of a Bond movie, only the plot is less about espionage and more about… well, here are some of the initiatives: Rebuilding Trust and Cooperation The theme this year was about rebuilding trust. I guess maybe they’ve finally noticed that people have caught on to some of their shenanigans since they planned “The Great Reset” around covid, and view them as less than trustworthy. The UN Secretary-General, the Premier of China, and other luminaries of freedom and individual rights waxed eloquent about discarding prejudice and bridging differences. Yet, as they discuss global cooperation barometers and

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