It is a movement away from the known towards the unknown and unimaginable.
Travel is expansion, widening, opening-up After years as a media executive, Nicos Hadjicostis abandoned the business world and set his sights on a larger and more fulfilling goal: to explore our planet as if it were one huge country, a single destination. Starting from New York and traveling west for six-and-a-half-years, the author visited six continents and seventy countries delving deep into their peoples, cultures and natural wonders.
Destination Earth is the result of this life-transforming journey. Enriched with travel incidents and some of the author's best travel color photos, it offers a more meaningful, rewarding, and fulfilling way of viewing Travel and its relation to Life.
Destination Earth – A New Philosophy of Travel by a World-Traveler (now in its 2nd edition!) is the result of this life-transforming journey. Enriched with travel incidents and some of the author’s best travel photos, Destination Earth sheds light on both Travel and Life. Destination Earth is a promotional cartoon created by John Sutherland. The minute short explains the fundamentals of the petroleum industry and how.
Ideas and experiences are interwoven into a newly created Philosophy of Travel that is practical and easy to read. This is not your typical small size paperback.
Destination Earth is a promotional cartoon created by John Sutherland. The minute short explains the fundamentals of the petroleum industry and how petroleum products enrich everyday life in the United States of America, as well as the benefits of a free market economy.
Destination Earth begins with the emperor Ogg reminiscent of Stalin sending a bumbling subordinate Martian on a mission to Earth to find a better power source for his royal limousine. The Martian sets off and lands in the United States. He ventures into a nearby city and becomes awestruck when he sees average citizens with "powerful and reliable automobiles" that make their daily lives easier.
The Martian then enters a library and researches the "secrets" the remarkable power source. The Martian triumphantly returns to Mars with stolen library books on the oil industry. After reading from them the population of Mars deserts Ogg and sets up their own oil companies.
The short ends with the slogan "destination unlimited" written across the screen. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
In winter, fuel oil made from petroleum brings warmth and comfort to millions of homes. From the film archives come this campy peice of crap thats so cute I cant help but love it. Notice the Martians had space-travel first. Sure, perhaps a laissez-faire system would be the best for the oil companies that produced this film, but the truth is it would be the best for anyone and everyone; the film serves as a great example of the way in which the private ownership of the means of production can bring about an unprecedented high standard of living, and in the Martian case, facilitate the overthrow of a totalitarian dictator. No freedom of thought, but materialistically it was probably better than more U. After years as a media executive, Nicos Hadjicostis abandoned the business world and set his sights on a larger and more fulfilling goal: to explore our planet as if it were one huge country, a single destination.
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