Humanity could simply not live a better life, than in harmony with this only true and natural surrounding for us.
We have to stop breaking our planet down like we have been doing over the last two centuries, since Big Industry and Corporations without any conscience imposed Consumerism upon the world, after the Industrial "Revolution".
Being aware of the harmony and beauty of cosmic laws and forces as well of the magic of life and consciousness, is an undisputable premise for all people, since we are no more than just one of the last steps (at least as we know of at present) in the long chain of the everlasting cosmic evolution.
For those who have not yet grasped this understanding or, on the contrary, want to reinforce this awareness, Human Progress enthousiastically and strongly recommends the following sequence of videos, just for a start ;) Enjoy!
One of Carl Sagan's most pertinent messages for humanity
Initially Human Progress simply would like to compile, share and discuss all possible hypotheses regarding the progress of humanity in a natural way, as species and in a social sense on a long term, evolutionairy scale over tens or even hundreds of generations. The intention would be to try to create an idea of our possible long-term future, over the same time interval as we have already covered in our form of Homo Sapiens, about some 200.000 years.
A great documentary going through all the cosmic stages that finally have led to the world we now know. However there are quite some not so relevant references, which give the whole documentary a rather human-centered feeling, as if it suggests that all ocurred to serve mankind in some way. But it is possible to step over that fact and simply enjoy the scientific and historic essence, thanks to the very realistic, impressive graphics.
According to modern scientific evidence, the most probable theory is that the Cosmos, the whole Universe with everything in it: energy, space, matter and even time started with a (the) Big Bang.
This video illustrates that Big Bang, the formation of the first particles and elements, up to the whole of the Universe with all the stars, galaxies and planets.
Imagine cameras have been around since the creation of Earth to record every major event.
Take a photographic journey thorough time from the violent birth of our planet four and a half billion years ago, through ice-ages, massive volcanic eruptions and the dinosaurs' reign to the first humans. For the first time, see the incredible story of our planet unfold in one single, seamless camera move.