Summary of De Post-corona Passion | Muzikale Lecture Performance door Siri Beerends en Els Vegter

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Siri Beerends and Els Vegter lecture about how technology can help us fight viruses like the coronavirus, and how it can also be used to improve our mental and physical health. They talk about the importance of being humble and recognizing that we are not perfect.

  • 00:00:00 The speaker discusses the importance of technology in the fight against the coronavirus, and how it was important to have teams working together quickly to help prevent a grocery store crisis. They also mention the importance of having a focus on the virus itself, and not on the political situation.
  • 00:05:00 In this YouTube video, Siri Beerends and Els Vegter lecture on the post-corona passion. They discuss how the virus has calmed down and that Corona is under control. They also mention the recent outbreak of the anti-vaccine movement and how it is all the fault of the "asocial" or "complot denker." They go on to say that patience is a virtue and that we should all be grateful for good Friday.
  • 00:10:00 The speaker discusses the media's perspective on the coronavirus, noting that one thing is clear - coronavirus is a catalyst for enemies. The idea that technology can solve all of our problems is long outdated, andreality is often less appealing than our dreams. Between all of the technological advances, we're becoming harder and harder confronted with pandemies like climate change, political tension, energy crisis, housing crisis, and the election of Donald Trump. The speaker says that we're all in this together, and that together we should do something to help our fellow humans. Crowd control is key in these times, and we should all do our part. The speaker also notes that technology has a positive side - it has allowed society to be more aware and organized during crises. Finally, the speaker announces that he will be presenting a lecture on the subject of technology later that night.
  • 00:15:00 In this lecture, Siri Beerends and Els Vegter discuss the post-corona passion, or the feeling of strong attachment and love towards someone after they have overcome a difficult experience. They discuss how this feeling can be translated into music and discuss the importance of privacy. They also talk about the damage that technology can do to our privacy and our mental health, and how we should be careful not to overstate the importance of certain technologies.
  • 00:20:00 The speaker discusses how technology like coronas can be used as scapegoats for our problems, but that in reality, they are just tools that we use to fulfill our needs. He goes on to say that we are the ones who are driving the planet towards destruction, and that we are the first kind of species that is governing the earth like it is a machine. He also discusses how technology is used to keep our megalomaniacal show going, and how we are constantly using it to buy things, stream videos, update our browsers, send emails, eat, drink, and sleep. Finally, the speaker talks about how we can all have a happy, fulfilling life by learning to live with less and be more mindful of our surroundings.
  • 00:25:00 The speaker criticizes humanity and those who criticize humans for their behavior towards technology, suggesting that a god-like, techno-obsessed person is a more sane approach. He points out the absurdity of fighting technology with technology, and talks about the emergency never. He says that, because a scapegoat is nailed to the cross, the crucifixion of Jesus has nothing to do with a just reckoning with evil and is instead a show process with a Classical example of false populism. He suggests that the current economic system is the real enemy, and that the fear of technology has caused humanity to destroy nature.
  • 00:30:00 Siri Beerends and Els Vegter discuss how technology has shaped our society, and how our current way of living is not sustainable. They explain how our current methods of solving problems are not effective, and how we need to change our ways in order to prevent further disasters. They talk about how our minds have become so fixed on technology that we have lost sight of what is important, and how we are perpetuating our problems by relying on outdated methods. The talk finishes with a message about the importance of humility and recognizing that we are not perfect.
  • 00:35:00 Siri Beerends and Els Vegter lecture about viruses and how they can be eliminated by using technology. They talk about how dopamine can be used as a way to cope with cancelled plans or to control oneself, and how walking can be a way to improve one's health. They also mention how the use of technology can lead to a decrease in social interactions.

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