Ultraculture: Tools for a Better Future
Ultraculture… Your Resource for World Evolution.
We publish information on how to save the world, drawn from as many disciplines as we can find: science, consciousness expansion, environmentalism, self-sufficiency, transhumanism, space travel… anything that might catalyze an idea revolution, and help make the world a better, and weirder, place.
We are faced with an extinction-level crisis as a species and as a world. This website aims to address that crisis, not with blind optimism but with intelligence. We may not have the answers, but in encouraging public discussion and providing information, we hope to do what we can, no matter how small, to help and entertain.
We are concerned with:
– Space Travel. Humanity is faced with dwindling resources and increasing population. Space travel can provide more resources and more living space.
We publish information on how to save the world, drawn from as many disciplines as we can find.
– Sustainability. We are destroying our natural resources with unsustainable energy, building and industrial practices. We need new technologies which can work with the world in supporting life, not against it.
– Consciousness. We are concerned with meditation and other insight-developing processes which can shift human perspective towards seeing something more than TV and Facebook and encourage individual freedom from the inside out.
– Culture. We are concerned with “rising sun” culture as opposed to “setting sun” culture, which encourages a positive embrace of self and world instead of self-destruction. As such we herald both new trends we like as well as heroes, known or unknown, from the past.
Want to suggest a link? Interested in writing or filming something for us? You can contact us at our Facebook group.
Jason Louv is the author of Queen Valentine and editor of Thee Psychick Bible, Ultraculture Journal and Generation Hex. He currently lives in Los Angeles. He has written for Motherboard, Esquire Online, h+, Acceler8or, Disinformation and co-founded the blog Dangerous Minds. He has collaborated with forward thinkers from all ends of the spectrum on building creative solutions for Spaceship Earth, from Genesis Breyer P-Orridge to Buzz Aldrin. He currently lives in Los Angeles. @jasonlouv
Woody Evans is from Mississippi and lives just west of Al Awir, United Arab Emirates. He has written on technology, technoculture, and transhumanism for Boing Boing, Juked, Blip Magazine, Rain Taxi Review, American Libraries, and many others. His books and articles are widely used in Library and Information Science courses. @woodyevans
Amy Nicole is an animal rights and environmental activist who works to bring attention to the plight of our troubled planet.
Hannah Haddix is an artist and world traveler and has played and toured with the band Psychic TV.
Kevin Gamble lives nestled in the Appalachian mountains of North Carolina, where he is working on his M.S. degree in Appropriate Technology, with a particular focus on sustainable water practices.
Ultraculture and the Ultraculture symbol are © 2004-2013 Jason Louv. All content © 2013 by respective authors.