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 Our Desert2 comments
picture9 Nov 2006 @ 08:23
Nobody has to worry about cutting emissions.
Emissions are going to be cut
For us.  More >

 Creativity for Peace3 comments
picture30 Jul 2006 @ 18:52
Following from the discussion on War Games with i2i:
Creativity for Peace
Camp in Glorieta, New Mexico
for teenage Israeli and Palestinian girls.

Also the following:
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 Mother-of-Pearl1 comment
picture27 Jun 2006 @ 04:31
Here is a four-page article that will take another few of those extra minutes out of our lives. Of course we all know already that the Greenland Ice Cap is melting. Seems like good old physics is upping the ante just a tad for the way the collective consciousness has been looking at the game. The bet is against time and each and every one of us has a little stack of chips at our corner of the table.
Greenland’s Ice Sheet Is Slip-Sliding Away
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 Convergence5 comments
picture31 May 2006 @ 05:56
All so very often, issues of importance to all of us become framed in an Us versus Them paradigm. Who amongst us here harbors for a moment the thought that there is an avenue for agreement, common cause, and coordinated and compatible action between the Rainforest Action Network and the Corporate-Banking Empire. Yes, the RAN, that “anti-capitalist, anti-American, anti-business, illegal, immoral, radical, dangerous, socialist, communist, pot-smoking, draft-dodging bunch of hippy freaks.” What are the possibilities that such an organization might be involved in a reasonable conversation with Citibank, Bank of America, and J.P.Morgan Chase, amongst others? Here is an article which when printed out comes to ten pages, and therefore might take a few extra minutes to read through, and leads to the thought that there might be just some slim possibility for a “shift in the fundamental architecture of the economy”; and that there might come a time in some not too distant future, “when we were looking over the abyss – there would be a quantum shift in thinking that would bring about profound systemic change to the way we deal with food, energy, transport, and manufacturing, changes that would then bring about an ecologically sustainable society in our lifetime.”
Perhaps . . .  More >

 Nation of Clowns13 comments
picture11 May 2006 @ 05:13
"We've turned into this nation of overfed clowns, riding around in clown cars, eating clown food, watching clown shows,"
James Howard Kunstler
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 Greenspan's Mess0 comments
picture3 Jan 2006 @ 04:03
For those who are interested in the economics of our dear Federal Reserve.
The Mess Greenspan Leaves
by Stefan Karlsson
(quote: Alan Greenspan has a record of repeated rescue operations during times of financial distress. From the stock market crash of 1987 to the S&L crisis of the early 1990s to the Asian crisis and the collapse of LTCM to the feared Y2K crisis to the bursting of the tech stock bubble, Greenspan has proven himself more than willing to bail out failed investors with additional doses of "liquidity" (the popular inflationist euphemism for inflation).
The result of this has been to increase the willingness of investors to participate in speculative bubbles because they know that if things go wrong and they are unable to get out before the bubble burst, their good friend Alan Greenspan will bail them out and limit their losses. Greenspan has thus been responsible for bubbles like the tech stock bubble and the housing bubble both by suppressing interest rates and providing the "liquidity" needed to create the bubbles, and also by reducing investors fear of losses after the bubble bursts by creating the expectations that the Fed will bail them out.(end quote)  More >

 Stay tuned4 comments
picture12 Dec 2005 @ 16:04
There is more than one way to
induce havoc amongst the population.
The North American continent
could be reduced to a stone age like
scenario and mentality
Are you in a good place?
Financial collapse is one thing,
and destruction of the electronic infrastructure is another.
And there are others.
Let us go then, you and I.  More >

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