Three Seconds of Human Existence

Posted below is the link for the 2016 Film4Climate Global-Video-Competition Winner, a competition sponsored by Connect4Climate. Spencer Sharpe’s short film “Three seconds” is humbling: it distinguishes smarts from wisdom, self from interconnection, and extinction from living. In 4 minutes and 23 seconds, “Three Seconds” condenses the impact of 140,000 years of human existence on Earth. Can we humans live so as to earn a 4th second?

Short-Film Award 1st Prize: “Three Seconds” by Spencer Sharp & Prince Ea, USA

This film (and other 2016 winners) was announced at https://www.connect4climate.org/article/film4climate-competition-winners-announced

– Note: Al Bergstein’s 9 Nov. 2020 Olympic Peninsula Environmental News blog
< http://olyopen.com/2020/11/09/three-seconds-film4climate-winner/ > alerted me to this video and to the existence of Connect4Climate.

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