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But if we do get through all that, " We will have the unique opportunity to learn first-hand from the most hi-tech, research data-backed, psychological Excerpts from the essay below.
To me it's like accounting - what good is it unless it tells you how to stay in the green, out of the red? I'm not that great with money, but I believe trends watchers can be the most useful in this way. Considering the accuracy of this writer - for the '95 to period - you might be interested in the assessment and the timing in that which is based on a system described below.
This writing is about trends in our evolution, as well as about events and processes. When I use the term "evolution" at this website, I am referring to the psycho-social evolution of humankind, resulting in lasting change on the physical level particularly with the brainand not to the science of evolution and the controversy around that.
And usually from the perspective or paradigm that looks at the recent psycho-social trends - in comparison to the overall course of mankind.
That also includes the political and technical, especially as relates to health care. Eventually we will be entering into what I refer to as the next level of our evolution, or what I call the "Holographic Age. In the Holographic Age there is the realization of synergy and "connectedness" -how everything reflects and effects everything else.
Assessing the how we get from here to there: A useful assessment of any situation - to determine ones course of action - weighs current and future assets i. Granted, while I am not the worst student of history, I have used a relatively esoteric system of assessment to analyze the evolution of the planetary population taking into account the assessments of many others' far more experienced at this than I.
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The blocks in the diagram represented events that seemed to logically occur in cause-and-effect relationship, laid out more functionally than chronologically for the different 'event paths' with lots of arrows, some heavier and some lighter. I saw the lines of cause and effect, if you will, even though it seems that I access probability arrays or probability fields as the sources of this information.
There were a lot of "if this, then this" kind of spiral-offs only semi-analytically derived that gave lots of flexibility to the event paths. However, there was not much flexibility not much more than noted in the text when it came to the critical events of next few years up to about year But even as the event paths were being constructed, jumping between one event path and another before one may be even half-done, arrows were drawn connecting them to other event paths.
Then came the notes, including in the margins. And the arrows between the blocks led to as much text as for the events sometimes as I did my best to connect the events with how's and why's based on systems referred to below.
While the original version of "Evolution Trends In any case, since I have been creating more charts lately, I've realized that most people can get lost in such a chart as this.
And so it was perhaps necessary in any case that I developed the more linear chart, which I introduce and show you further below. I've included the whole pages of notes as well as the chart sketch because to me any one note on the them seems almost inextractible from the other.
I've called it a projection, or an extrapolation from "probability arrays," at times even a prognostication. But as also noted in the "Evo-Trends" essay description on other web pages; see partial copy just belowthe "system" I used was based on the "Seven Phases of Evolution" as detailed in Dec' So there was actually a kind of science to it, albeit one that no western scientist would call it that.
What I haven't said, even fully realized, until now is that the "Third Chakra" phase was practically foretold. Nor was it that "the denial" of the ever more blatant abuse by the albeit increasingly exposed military industrial complex even if that directly resulted in dramatically increased drug abuse as well blinded us to the "New Age" or alternative healing news bubbling through from the fringes to "the real world" albeit preping for "info-tainment" tv.Turnitin provides instructors with the tools to prevent plagiarism, engage students in the writing process, and provide personalized feedback.
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Randolph Bourne left an unfinished, unpaginated draft of The State when he died during the flu pandemic of The draft was published posthumously, with some material incorrectly ordered, in Untimely Papers ().
This edition follows the corrected ordering used in most printed editions of Bourne’s work. We are now just past what I referred to as "the next decade" (in the original paper) wherein so much was/continues to be determined about how - and how soon - we begin this next age - or if we do - before the planet (otherwise) overhauls itself.
By Lt Daniel Furseth. Today, I stopped caring about my fellow man. I stopped caring about my community, my neighbors, and those I serve.
I stopped caring today because a once noble profession has become despised, hated, distrusted, and mostly unwanted.