Geek The Beatles: LOVE's Guitar Gently Weeps

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Cli-Fi: Indian Point Melts Down

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DJ Shadow's Mighty Mountain Will Fall

I have reviewed and interviewed DJ Shadow many times over the past decades since I first became hypnotized by his expansive sonics, beginning with his groundbreaking Endtroducing, now celebrating its 20th birthday.

Whether or not that streak continues with his latest effort, The Mountain Will Fall, I do not know. But it is always worth mentioning new productions from one of the most prolific and influential DJs in history. It is also always a worthy idea to catch DJ Shadow’s captivating live show in person.

Check out the newest video from The Mountain Will Fall, as well as Morphizm’s DJ Shadow coverage, below.

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It's Official: Elon Musk's Future Industries Converge

As I’ve been writing for years, it was just a matter of time before Elon Musk’s electrified Tesla Motors and solarized SolarCity eventually synergized. And that day has come:

“Tesla’s mission has always been tied to sustainability. We seek to accelerate the world’s transition to sustainable transportation by offering increasingly affordable electric vehicles. And in March 2015, we launched Tesla Energy, which through the Powerwall and Powerpack allow homeowners, business owners and utilities to benefit from renewable energy storage.

It’s now time to complete the picture. Tesla customers can drive clean cars and they can use our battery packs to help consume energy more efficiently, but they still need access to the most sustainable energy source that’s available: the sun…”

Check out more of Morphizm extensive coverage of Elon Musk’s future industries, and get your Greenvesting game in order. The Anthropocene beckons.

Ron Howard Geeks The Beatles

The director of Cocoon blossoms into a Fab Four aficionado…

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Happy Birthday, Sir Paul McCartney!

Still rocking at 74, still taking a sad song and making it better.

Check out my wide-ranging interview with Sir Paul and (much) more in Morphizm’s continuing series, Geek The Beatles.

Phantom Boy Takes Flight

From the phenomenal GKIDS and makers of A Cat in Paris another animated investigation, Phantom Boy.
Check out more of my work on animation that matters at MorphToons.

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Cli-Fi: Cartoon Saloon's The Breadwinner

Great news for cli-fi that matters! GKIDS has teamed up with Song of the Sea‘s Cartoon Saloon, and Angelina Jolie, to bring Afghanistan’s terrorized tale of the Anthropocene to our kids…

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PJ Harvey Portals to Afghanistan

At last, PJ Harvey has returned to save us. Directed by photojournalist Seamus Murphy, Polly Jean’s “The Orange Monkey” is back from a tour in Afghanistan…

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Are We Finished With Elon Musk Being Finished?

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Stop Running Away From Global Warming, Fort McMurray

[This wake-up call has been syndicated @HuffPo.]

A boomtown pops up out of nowhere to become one of the largest, dirtiest oil projects in the world, much less its Canadian home. It quickly rips open the Earth, devastates its once-pristine natural environment, and, in an epoch of exponential global warming and fast money, balloons from a city of thousands to one of hundreds of thousands in a cosmological eyeblink.

Within that eyeblink, Fort McMurray is also predictably swallowed by a sprawling inferno that threatens to become, employing insurer-speak, one of the largest, costliest “natural disasters” in human history.

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