by Dr Reese Halter
Hundreds of thousands of visitors come from around the globe to witness the spring majesty of Washington D.C.'s flowering cherry trees. This breathtaking event reminds us that trees are remarkable.
There are over 80,000 tree species and they've inhabited our planet for over 350 million years. They provide watersheds to supply drinking water to billions of people, protect cities from storm water runoff, and reduce heating and cooling costs to our homes… Continue
Added by Dr Reese Halter on March 30, 2010 at 5:27pm —
A friend sent this today and I thought it seemed very c3:
Pedagogical Project Continue
“The Joy of Reading”
Heaven and Hell
A tale from China
A curious man once asked to visit heaven and hell. Expecting hell to be a terrible, frightening place, he was amazed to find people seated around a lovely banquet table. The table was piled high with every delicious thing one could…
Added by Kate McCallum on March 30, 2010 at 12:34am —
INGLEWOOD, Calif. — Police in southern California have fatally shot a man they say threatened an officer with an ax during a confrontation with police at a grocery store.
Witnesses told police the man had been stabbing himself with a knife Saturday night at City Farm Market in Inglewood. A store employee says the man confronted him and told him he "killed people," then tried to
stab the employee and walked away.
Police followed a trail of blood inside the… Continue
Added by LOUIS CANNIZZARO on March 28, 2010 at 10:47am —
Added by LOUIS CANNIZZARO on March 26, 2010 at 7:23am —
by Dr. Reese Halter
The architect, author, social commentator and philosopher Frank Lloyd Wright had a lifelong passion for nature.
Wright was born in 1867 in Wisconsin. He was one of the most influential architects of the 20th century. During the course of his long and prolific life he designed over 1,100 buildings; those included houses, churches, schools, libraries, offices and museums. Over 400 of his plans were built and today some 20 of them are open to the… Continue
Added by Dr Reese Halter on March 24, 2010 at 10:01pm —
Added by LOUIS CANNIZZARO on March 24, 2010 at 4:05am —
THIS JUST IN!! MY LATEST SERIES OF PAINTINGS HAVE SOLD OUT AT FRED SEGAL! LX
Added by LOUIS CANNIZZARO on March 23, 2010 at 2:56pm —
During my studies into the application of Integral Theory to cinematic media, I attempted to look at an evolutionary or unfolding display moment in Hollywood filmmaking history through the lens of the three Integral Methodological Pluralism (IMP) principles of Nonexclusion, Unfoldment, and… Continue
Added by Mark Allan Kaplan on March 22, 2010 at 3:00pm —
Added by LOUIS CANNIZZARO on March 22, 2010 at 8:00am —
Added by LOUIS CANNIZZARO on March 21, 2010 at 1:00am —
Here are some photos from the reception at BLOOMINGDALES in
the Beverly Center.
I had fun chatting about clothes and politics. Everybody smelled nice.
I have 4 paintings up for the next few months and proceeds from art
sales will go to Operation Smiles, a children’s charity that provides
needed surgeries to bring smiles to children’s faces worldwide. It’s a
really great charity and… Continue
Added by LOUIS CANNIZZARO on March 19, 2010 at 11:30am —
A friend of mine sent me this very powerful creation. I found it truly brilliant.
A palindrome reads the
same backwards as forward. This video reads
the exact opposite
backwards as forward. Not only does
it read the opposite,
the meaning is the exact
This is only a 1 minute,
44 second video and it… Continue
Added by Kate McCallum on March 18, 2010 at 9:58pm —
As I reflected on the importance of structuralism within Integral Theory (Wilber, Excerpt D), I remembered one of my first encounters with cinematic structuralism and how it… Continue
Added by Mark Allan Kaplan on March 18, 2010 at 1:41pm —
2010 a beautiful wild roller coaster ride.
Had a dream earlier this week, week of March14th.
I was nearly finishing an ice cream cone, and thought I
would go back to the cart to purchase a second helping.
The cashier was nowhere in sight, but still waited a few moments.
She returns, looks at the last bites of my ice cream
and has an angry look. She has assumed I helped myself
to an ice cream without paying. I understand how it looks to her… Continue
Added by Miranda Rondeau on March 18, 2010 at 1:38am —
While studying the Big Three Perspectives of I-WE-IT of Integral Theory, I started mentally playing with a memorable event from my days as a Hollywood “wunderkind,” and then suddenly, a perspective on the event I had not seen before shifted my entire understanding of the experience. This new insight rippled through a series of connected events and suddenly all my experiences in… Continue
Added by Mark Allan Kaplan on March 16, 2010 at 5:33pm —
Added by Lisa Rhyne ~ The Dream Masters on March 13, 2010 at 6:30pm —
Dr. Reese Halter
A quarter of a century ago my forestry class examined the Stein Valley of southwest British Columbia. It was slated to be logged. Conservationists, natives and activists, including Dr. David Suzuki and the late John Denver, persuaded the government in 1995 to create a park — a global legacy.
There are conservatively 10 million different forms of life on our planet. All living organisms are made up of the same seven major atoms and come from the blueprint… Continue
Added by Dr Reese Halter on March 12, 2010 at 8:30am —
A NEW PAINTING AND SERIES ARE NOW UP AT ZEROMINUSPLUS @ FRED SEGAL
“Live By Your Side” (4) series and “Fire Escape”
acrylic on canvas
"Original Sketch" china marker on paper
ZEROMINUSPLUS AT FRED SEGAL
Added by LOUIS CANNIZZARO on March 11, 2010 at 2:44am —
Here is the first of a series of six clips you can find on YOU TUBE of Jerome Glenn speaking about the need to create a Global Arts and Media Node. He has invited c3 to create and administrate this project. I will start a group for this work if your are interested in participating join the group. I hope you will be inspired by this excellent initiative:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mgQcizYMEqg
Added by Kate McCallum on March 4, 2010 at 11:43pm —
Dr. Reese Halter
The breathtaking, luxuriant tropical rainforests occupy about 13 percent of Earth’s surface. These incredibly complex and diverse ecosystems account for half of the known biological diversity (about 800,000 different species), and conservatively there are at least another 9.2 million species yet to be discovered.
The world’s tropical forests can be divided into four major regions. The American tropical forest region includes part of South America, Central… Continue
Added by Dr Reese Halter on March 3, 2010 at 7:31am —