Phil Bowermaster

Shifting Stories Shifting Realities. Shifting Realities, Part 3. Phil and Stephen attempt to reverse-engineer the Mandela effect by looking at news stories and trying to figure out which narrative best explains them. Can we change our reality by changing the story we tell ourselves about what reality is?[1]

Phil Bowermaster is a futurist and co-host of the popular Internet radio and YouTube series The World Transformed.

"Via books, articles, podcasts, and speaking engagements, Phil outlines the convergence of information and society that is driving disruptive change. He helps leaders and their organizations develop strategies for managing accelerating change. He shows how imagination, optimism, empathy, and humor can make all the difference in both understanding and making the most of the powerful currents of change we face."

- From the About page at World[2]

Fast Forward and The World Transformed

"A convergence of emerging technologies and emerging possibilities is at the heart of this, the greatest period of transformation in human history. Our world is changing in ways that are hard to predict...sometimes even hard to imagine. The World Transformed is your guide to an astounding future that lies ahead -- and that will be here sooner than you think!"[3]

Better All the Time

Sometime in mid-2018, the title of the YouTube channel was changed to Better All the Time.[4] The reason for the name change was mostly to avoid confusion over a political event in the UK also called The World Transformed. "TWT is a 4-day politics, arts and music festival running alongside Labour Party Conference." [5]

Visions for a World Transformed: 99 Ideas for Making the World a Better Place — Starting Right Now

"How different will the future be from today? World-leading futurists, scientists, authors, artists and others share their visions for changes that are on their way, ...Contributors include Ramez Naam, Brian Wang, P. J. Manney, John Smart, J. Storrs Hall, Aubrey de Grey, James Hughes, Jim Elvidge, Alvis Brigis, Dave Gobel, Paul Fernhout, Ben Goertzel, Getnet Aseffa, Zheng Cui, Wayne Radinsky, Giulio Prisco, Colin McInnes, Erika Lives, Will Brown, Yiqing Liang, Cosmo Harrigan, Tudor Boloni, Khannea Suntzu, Belle Black, Anyazelie M. Zéphyaire , Gina "Nanogirl" Miller, James Bennett, Extropia DaSilva, Christine Gaspar, Melanie Swan, Stephen Gordon, Radhaa Nilia, Leslie Kirschner, Arnold Kling, Kevin Estes, Zoltan Istvan, Chris Tacklind, Richard Gordon, Bruce Schneier, Gennady Stolyarov, Bruce Katz, Nikola Danylov, Reichart Von Wolfsheild, Maria Konnavalenko, R. U. Sirius, Jay Cornell, Sabrina Surovec,and others."

- From the book summary at [6] [7]

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