MOTM news and affiliates would like to announce that we have been contributing and consulting with major media and news outlets in USA, Germany, Sweden, Italy, Australia, South Korea, India, Brazil, and Mexico. Our contributing journalists have been hard at work around the world contributing to efforts to encourage balanced open discussions and debate about controversial subjects. We are also working closely with several international associations with entertainment arts.
Our meeting and discussion this summer 2020 moved to Zoom to meet COVID-19 requirements with follow up email based discussions. This meeting was so successful we are planning for a repeat meeting in 2025 and expanding MOTM resources in Scandinavia. As a recap MOTM invited many professionals with technical backgrounds for an anonymous closed door meeting with concerned scientists about Public Climate Change Hypersensitivity. Over 148,000 scientists in various fields of Science and Engineering have showed interest in this meeting and close to 325,000 showed interest in the next meeting. The topics included Deforestation Albedo, CLOUD research, Interglacials, Anglian Interglacial, Orbital Eccentricity cycles, Orbital Tilt/Precession, NH Summer Insolation cycles, Previous Interglacial Survival Mechanisms of Prehistoric Megafauna and Current North Pole Fauna(ie Woolly Mammoth and Polar Bear), and Micro Glacial/Interglacial Cycles. Due to current trends COVID-19 was also a popular topic including; COVID-19/Economic Coupling, COVID-19 impact on the economy, COVID-19 impact on political persuasion, impacts of biological weapons as asymmetrical weapons for hybrid warfare, and Isolation as means of mental distortion and manipulation. Additional topics planned to be discussed in 2025; Block-chain currency, Automotive revolution, Sex robot impacts on culture values and norms, mass immigration, shifting ethnic identities, role of traditional values and religions in a quickly advancing technological world, and the rapid evolving Space Race.