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CIR Live Stream: Katie Singer on The Limits of Internet Growth - Shared screen with speaker view
Santa Fe Council on International Relations
40:28
We are recording!!
Julie Heyman
41:44
Great! So, for those of us prebooked for Thursdays when you'll be doing more of these, will you be recording and then make those available to us? Many thanks.
Santa Fe Council on International Relations
43:32
Yes!
LIFT Economy
52:13
If I give you my email can you email me a copy? I cannot stay on this call
LIFT Economy
53:40
What is the link to pre-book for these calls?
Betsy
01:10:43
Please give title and author of the book and where to buy it. Thanks. .
Julie Heyman
01:19:03
I hear him
Tom Johnson-Santa Fe
01:19:17
I hear him, too
Betsy
01:19:30
we can hear him on chat.
Elizabeth Kelley
01:20:24
Katie Singer's book - An Electronic Silent Spring. Portal Books, 2014. ,
Tom Johnson-Santa Fe
01:30:30
How about at least a NM statute requiring that before anything can sold in NM -- especially hard goods like computers, washing machines, etc., -- has to come with demonstrable evidence that it can be recycled or repaired within a 30-year period?
Catherine Dodd
01:31:53
knowing your bites is like knowing how many calories and carbs are in you food - it's a measure of energy
Raphael Weisman
01:34:57
Can you comment on the link between the virus and EMFs, especially the proliferation of 5G
Catherine Dodd
01:35:49
want to quote that correctly: great analogy - 2 refridgerators per year per 1 hour?
Tom Johnson-Santa Fe
01:36:47
"Right to Repair" legislation. Nice phrase.
Santa Fe Council on International Relations
01:39:07
Any other questions out there??
Elizabeth Kelley
01:39:52
would you comment on the proliferation of EMF exposure conditions and its impact on our immune systems and on people who have metal implants?
Santa Fe Council on International Relations
01:41:02
last call!!
Joshua Kaluwasha
01:42:06
I think the crisis in the Democratic Republic of Congo needs to be talked about more because it's companies in Silicon Valley (Tesla, Dell, Microsoft, Apple, etc) that are benefitting from the illegal mining of cobalt by children.
briangoldbeck@hotmail.com
01:45:45
Thanks for doing this while keeping us all safe. Missed the first part but saw something like 57 participants -- a great turnout for a first effort. Congrats to SFCIR.
Santa Fe Council on International Relations
01:46:07
thanks Brian!
Elizabeth Kelley
01:46:57
Will this video be accessible after the show ends?
Herb Thomas
01:48:19
Thanks very much, everyone! This way of conferencing works well. . . and I learned to cut off my video picture.