Monthly Archives: May 2011

#30 Thinking Without A Box

As we rapidly approach  singularity, it is inevitable that we recognize, no matter how far  catastrophic suffering and dislocation, happens, it affects us all. We are one people, who happen to coat the planet. Our corporate elites are the same, … Continue reading

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#29 Reconnecting The Dots

I hope everyone has had the opportunity to play those games as children that allowed us to develop hand-eye coordination. You know, the ones that had either letters or numbers along with a series of dots. Often they would be … Continue reading

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#28 Living On Principal Rather Than Interest

We have been living according to certain principles, you know the ones passed down through our culture. Men wanted to be in charge and for the most part, got their way. They devised really outlandish methods of “making a living” … Continue reading

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#27 Withdrawl From Our Withdrawals

We have much to be thankful for, living beings, both plants and animals from long ago ages, stored carbon and died to support our current lifestyles. The millions of years that have passed since the age of dinosaurs and the … Continue reading

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#26 Inputs vs. Output

We have created a society so out of balance that we often forget the simplest laws of physics. When what we put in to any endeavor is required to be more than we get out of it, common sense tells … Continue reading

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#25 Energy

The word itself is so simple, but so much baggage has been put upon these five little letters, that whole volumes have been devoted to understanding just one form or even, at times, a single wavelength. We lack devices or … Continue reading

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#24 Throughput, Tithing For Creation

Throughput, the detritus of creation is one of the hidden costs of doing nearly everything humans engage in. Building a sustainable culture requires, not only identifying, not merely quantifying, but eradicating as much as possible this insidious waste. The skeletal … Continue reading

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