Tuesday, August 18, 2009

Tuesday, August 18, 2009

Aug 18

Today’s Quote:

“We don’t know a millionth of 1% about anything.”

— Thomas A. Edison

Today’s Most Important Stories, Information & Links:

• Integral Theory Conference 2010: WebsiteMailing List

Taller Presidents Are Preferred When Times Are More Difficult (New Scientist)
Actor In Swine Flu Ad Catches Swine Flu (Live Feed)
Advocacy Group Decries PETA’s Inhumane Treatment Of Women (Onion)
Scientology Launches “Meet A Scientology” YouTube Clips (CNS) – Scientology YouTube Series
Scientology on PulseScientology on NHNE Mothership
U.S. Roman Catholic Sisters Want To Know Why They Are Target Of Vatican Investigation (WP)
One Minute Shift With Adyashanti (IONS)
Commanding Military Drones – Now iPhone Has An App For That (Singularity Hub)
UK UFO Sightings Spiked When Otherworldly Blockbusters Released (AFP)
NHNE’s UFOs & Extraterrestrials Resource Page
20 Ways To Change The World (Mashable)
The Holy Bible: A Book Review by Robert Brockway
Twitter Site Offers Followers Line To God (Reuters) – @thekotel
• 60 Minutes: Remote Area Medical (organization helps Americans who have no health insurance – from 2008)
HAARP: Strange New Air Force Facility Energizes Ionosphere, Fans Conspiracy Flames (Wired)
Test Your Brain Health; Also Check Your State’s Brain Health Rank
• Brain Health Index: 10 Highest Rated States10 Lowest Rated States
Study: Young Nuns And Priests Are More Traditional (NYT)

• Karen Armstrong’s “Charter for Compassion” website
The Baumann Institute

Today’s Recommended Book:

Thank God For Evolution by Michael Dowd

New Additions To Website:

• Integral Playground (link)

Today’s Video: I Am Scared & Don’t Want To Die

Animals are sentient and do know they are going to die. You can see how this cow just don’t want to go in there because he knows death awaits him. NHNE Farming Resource Page

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