Human society is on a collision course with itself and no one knows why or how to fix it. Find out the answers in this free learning experience.
The World, the Jew function, and the Science of Human Survival looks at the 4000-year relationship between humanity and the grouping called Jews using new discoveries in Network Science and through the lens of big data. It’s revealing the intrinsic function of Jews and why we react to them the way we do. It explores how this exact dynamic—the same roles and forces—is at work in the development of all systems in nature, but why only on the level of human society are they are expressed in emotional, religious, and cultural terms that blind us to an accurate perception of what we’re experiencing and why. The course will rearrange your view of what’s broken in the world and what needs correction through captivating videos, short readings, provocative questions, and interactive tools.
Lio and Tony are two Jews, one from Israel and one living in Canada, who got tired of the bad rap Jews have been getting for the past millennia. They’ve worked to find a more scientific reason for this strange relationship they’ve had with the world. “For the first time we started looking at things systemically, taking the emotions out of the observation. We examined history and what was written about us, Jews, before the modern media started talking about them and we cross checked it against findings from Network science. What we found, blew us away”
The learning experience, “The World, the Jew function and the Science of Human Survival,” was created for KabU, an educational organization dedicated to sharing the authentic wisdom of Kabbalah with all people regardless of religion, nationality, gender or cultural background.
The course dovetails perfectly with the vision of Connected Wisdom, which is to promote the pressing need for connection as we look for solutions to current human problems in this increasingly interconnected world. Connected Wisdom is honored to collaborate with KabU in the promotion of this course in our common effort to find solutions to the critical social issues of our times.