The path in the principles of renaissance
Brunelleschi's dome in Florence
Infallibility and Deconfliction: What is a Renaissance?
The building of Brunelleschi's dome in 14th Century Florence, and in our time that building of the giant dome for the National Theater in Beijing, China, are examples of the renaissance principles for infallible structures and infallible civilization.
The video explores the renaissance principles as Filippo Brunelleschi may have seen them, and it explores their relevance to the greatest challenges of our time, the challenge to prevent economic collapse, to deconflict the nuclear war challenge, and above all to meet the Ice Age Challenge.
It is not a big science challenge to recognize the impending return of the Ice Age in the 2050s. The evidence for that is extensive. Nor is it a big technological challenge for humanity to build itself a new world with technological infrastructures, for living on a largely uninhabitable planet. The big challenge is to snap out of the small-minded mode of thinking, to applying the principles for human freedom that have already been discovered as the renaissance principles.
run time 1:10 min
Part 1: Building the Dome of Florence
Renaissance, principles, infallible, civilization, Ice Age, uninhabitable,
catenary principle, brick dome, technological infrastructures,
Brunelleschi, Florence dome, National
Theater in Beijing, deconflict,
economic collapse, nuclear war,
Published by Cygni Communications Ltd. North Vancouver, BC, Canada - (C) in public domain - producer Rolf A. F. Witzsche