January 2010 Blog Posts (14)


One of the major contributions which determines and distinguishes a great movie from a not-so-great movie is location. When moving home, it’s all about location, location, location. We live in a three-dimensional world with great emphasis put on the material aspects of life. So why not make the most of it? Being there (location) is what triggers our five natural senses so that we can experience – and enjoy – the environment. Our emotions complete the job in hand and help us to tread new paths… Continue

Added by Mike O'Hare on January 30, 2010 at 4:22am — No Comments

What Bothers Me

Sometimes, when I appear at a public event, like the press conference we are holding tomorrow, people ask me what is wrong, why are people homeless.

These questions imply that there is something wrong with the people who are homeless. I tell them, yes, it is not ok with me that people are without homes. But what is really not ok with me is the rest of us,… Continue

Added by Bob Ballard on January 29, 2010 at 9:43pm — No Comments

Fascinating life of ants

by Dr. Reese Halter

Ants and human beings have much in common, including that both species have globally conquered the planet. We are both highly socialized creatures, agriculturists and ruthless in warfare. Both depend on forests for sustenance.

Ants have been on Earth for more than 140 million years and evolving from wasps. There are about 12,000 species known and professor emeritus E. O. Wilson of Harvard University estimates there are about another 9,500 kinds still to… Continue

Added by Dr Reese Halter on January 27, 2010 at 3:49pm — 2 Comments


Here's mine; Intelligence follows, justifies and defends ones value system. Values are the puppeteer of intelligence. That's why intelligence is an impotent predictor of character. Character is the love child of ones values. Intelligence IS the slave of ones values for it works to explain and promote values.

How can two incredibly intelligent persons despise each others ideas if they are both intelligent. It is because there are different values at play informing these minds… Continue

Added by Brian Thomas Lambert on January 26, 2010 at 1:00pm — No Comments

SCOTUS Ruling and Why You Need My Book

You can also get my book for free. Here's the link to my latest post

Added by John Daly on January 21, 2010 at 8:25am — No Comments

The Impact Of Politics

Like many people today, I read about the significance of Scott Brown's election to the Senate. As a native son of Massachusetts and a family history there going back to 1670, the events in that state are always of interest to me. However, what I have been reading and hearing about the election is not nearly as important as what I am about to say.

The rulers of this country (I call them "rulers" because at this point they represent their corporate employers not the people) need to be… Continue

Added by Bob Ballard on January 20, 2010 at 10:05pm — No Comments

Blogging for Haiti

The 7.0 earthquake in Haiti was the biggest earthquake to hit the island nation in more than 200 years. The American Red Cross has reported that an estimated 3.5 million people have been affected by the recent earthquake. According to relief experts, not only are medical supplies, water and food desperately needed, millions of dollars in cash are essential to help Haiti recover.

Over the past week, American corporations, NGOs, foundations,… Continue

Added by Tabby Biddle on January 20, 2010 at 4:00pm — No Comments

Australia's Living Pinosaur

by Dr. Reese Halter

On Sept. 10, 1994 a New South Wales naturalist named David Noble abseiled into one of the more than 500 canyons in Wollemi National Park — some 60 miles east of the megalopolis of Sydney — and discovered a stand of prehistoric coniferous Wollemi pines, representing the 110 million-year-old supercontinent of Gondwanaland.

The discovery of Wollemia (named after the national park is from the Aboriginal Darkinjung dialect meaning “look around you”) nobilis… Continue

Added by Dr Reese Halter on January 19, 2010 at 9:29pm — No Comments

New Blogs and TDM Podcast

I am prepping for my new blogs and creating my new podcast which will launch this first quarter of 2010.

If you have any topic requests or questions, please email me.

Also, if you would like to be a guest on my podcast, please email me.

I want to create a dialogue that answers your questions, gives you NEW questions to ponder and in the process helps us all evolve creating a more interesting and positive experience and new possibilities.

I will… Continue

Added by Lisa Rhyne ~ The Dream Masters on January 19, 2010 at 7:49am — No Comments

Teleseminar series with Al and Pala

We’re really excited about this...

We’re writing to tell you about a unique event that we think you're going to want to attend. We are thrilled

to be featured speakers at the upcoming Awakened Relationships Series, a teleseminar event

featuring over 20 top experts giving highly focused, no-nonsense information, on how to have loving and

connected relationships.

Please join us there, if you resonate with any of… Continue

Added by Al Link and Pala Copeland on January 18, 2010 at 7:00pm — No Comments

To freeze or not to freeze?

To freeze or not to freeze?

by Dr. Reese Halter

January 12, 2010

Surviving winter in the great outdoors is difficult especially when body temperature is unregulated and subjected to subfreezing temperatures. Insects and amphibians have some remarkable adaptations that enable them to successfully over-winter.

The dangers of ice formation in insects and amphibians are similar to those of freezing in plants. Ice must be prevented from growing within… Continue

Added by Dr Reese Halter on January 12, 2010 at 10:20pm — No Comments

Tiny and deadly: the mosquito

Tiny and deadly: the mosquito

by Dr. Reese Halter

Of the conservative estimate of 10 million species on planet Earth, there currently exist 2,500 different kinds of mosquitoes. Yet despite being the size and weight of a grape seed, these are deadly and fearsome creatures. Mosquitoes are benefiting from global warming, meaning once near-decimated strains of diseases like malaria are on the rise again. So how has something so tiny, yet so deadly, been able to successfully… Continue

Added by Dr Reese Halter on January 8, 2010 at 2:05am — No Comments

Holoptic Foresight Dynamics - Part 3: The Creation of a Foresight-Conducive Environment

(Before reading this post, you can find Parts 1 & 2 here and here.)

In Part 2 of the HFD series, I… Continue

Added by Frank Spencer on January 6, 2010 at 10:00am — No Comments

Leonarado da Vinci, great Renaissance sage

by Dr. Reese Halter

Leonardo da Vinci, born in the middle of the 15th century, was the founder of modern science and an interpreter between nature and humans.

He sought to understand the nature of life two centuries before the microscope was invented. He believed the Earth was a living, self-organizing and self-regulating system.

Leonardo had exceptional powers of observation and a powerful visual memory. And his “sublime left hand” (as his friend and… Continue

Added by Dr Reese Halter on January 5, 2010 at 10:09pm — No Comments

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