Book: The Reality Bubble


The Reality Bubble by Ziya Tong

Book of the week is a doozy. Both fascinating and depressing, this one shines a light into all the dark corners of human existence to remind us of how little we know, how small our perceived realities are compared to what’s really going on, and how much less so many of us care about that which we don’t see. (Why is it that almost every aspect of our lives are tracked and monitored, often with video, except where our food comes from and where our waste goes? Who profits from keeping us in the dark on those two processes? And would knowing-by-seeing that info affect how we treat the planet?)

This is a tough but valuable read for anyone who wants to try and prevent the impeding human extinction. Very interesting, very well delivered and Ziya Tong deserves her spot in the upper echelon of contemporary thinkers. This book is full of essential information if we want to start shifting our focus towards a brighter future.

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