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Thrive: What on Earth Will it Take?

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An unconventional documentary that lifts the veil on what's really going on in our world by following the money upstream - uncovering the global consolidation of power in nearly every aspect of our lives. Weaving together breakthroughs in science, consciousness and activism, THRIVE offers real solutions, empowering us with unprecedented and bold strategies for reclaiming our lives and our future.

THRIVE II: This Is What It Takes explores breakthrough innovations from around the world, unpacks the principles they have in common and offers insights, tools and strategies for reclaiming our lives and our future

It is on its way (DVD/snail mail). If anybody wants to watch the digital stream, you can get it for around $18:

I was unable to download it, unfortunately.

Which platform did they use to stream the digital rental/purchase version? Vimeo? YouTube? Thanks.

You can rent their movie for 72 hours for $10 or buy a HD stream that will presumably be available to you to stream anytime you want from your account on their site for $25.

I ordered the DVD and got a 72 hour rental with my purchase. It's a really good documentary - it tackles pretty much everything and has a considerable amount of solutions to the world's current problems. It is 2 and a half hours long.

Thank you for the response. I was wondering because I usually do not purchase unless I can download the file and keep it, with Vimeo and a few others I can do that using JDownloader or Allavsoft

I did email them a few days ago to ask since the 4 minute trailer was in 4k if the rental or purchase would be as well. However they said no it will not be.

The $25 video to own says it is HD, probably 1080p - but I am not sure if you can download it. I tried using YouTube-DLG grabbing the 72 hour rental and it did not work. Well, it grabbed the trailer from the main page.

... URL. If you use the browser's Inspect tool (set to Network) to see any .m3u files, then pass that to youtube-dl using the -F option, it will return a list of any videos it finds without downloading them. Sweet.

On Firefox, go to Tools -> Web Developer -> Network ... (All)

Try filtering on "manifest" or "m3u", and then grab the URL of that, plug it into youtube-dl.

it's the first movie i watched in this scene and it left a really good impression on me which is great
plus there's some rather fundamental concepts in there which made future research much more easier and acceptable
and that matters because if you start off with something crap, chances are, you're going to avoid that kind of stuff in the future
plus even funnier this guy is from one of those big-time families oh you know proctor and gamble so that's interesting to see
i've become more appreciative of these so-called evil guys and you know, like politicians and those kind, because i understand more now
and truth be told all that stuff they hoard or whatever, money and does make life better...look around how unhealthy people are...
it's the correct choice as far as i'm other stuff out there is so freaking's a bit like the matrix quote from cipher
in a sense if you want to be a healthy human it's better to keep the kind of tunnel vision and keep one's self from these shocking truths, because...
it's usually for the most part too much to take, especially when considering how difficult it is in this modern day and age to heal one's self properly
like that edgar hoover quote from the f.b.i., he practically says the same thing as what makes you happy but also mind your own business
so that's what i've been trying to do...focus less on stuff know the more military-inclined conspiracy stuff and instead focus on stuff like this...
i'm going to go look for that second film...if i had the rental link, i probably could download it...everything works really well with firefox plugins these days,
as long as you have the correct one and a button to press

haven't found it up on any public or private sites yet.

It will probably pop up within a week...