Monthly Archives: September 2013

Shutdown: My call *to sense*

In 1992 the King of Thailand, although well-loved by the vast majority of Thais, handed over most of his power to a Parliamentary-style government. As you can well imagine, many Thai people still revere their King and take their directions … Continue reading

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Armageddon

Here, today, I admit that one of my *vices* is that I am an avid fan of space exploration. In order to keep up on news about what is happening in this field, I subscribe to the “Air and Space” … Continue reading

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American Exceptionalism

Exceptionalism: the belief that we Americans have been blessed with some sort of gift that allows us to act with impunity by claiming to be only interested in the common good, in democracy and freedom, or in punishing those who … Continue reading

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What if our core human value is Morality?

What if our core human value is morality? What if our job here in this life is to learn to manifest only truth? Can we fight the loss of trust and truth, can we draw back the curtains and bring … Continue reading

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Blame it on G. W. if you want but…

Blame it on G. W. Bush if you want, and the WMD debacle or the clear lies about September 11, or you can go even further back into the long history of false-flag operations. But the fact remains that no … Continue reading

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