Wednesday, September 9, 2009

Wednesday, September 9, 2009

Sep 09

Today’s Quote:

“Enthusiasm is one of the most powerful engines of success. When you do a thing, do it with all your might. Put your whole soul into it. Stamp it with your own personality. Be active, be energetic, be enthusiastic and faithful, and you will accomplish your object. Nothing great was ever achieved without enthusiasm.”

— Ralph Waldo Emerson

Today’s Most Important Stories, Information & Links:

Robb Smith Tour Of Integral Institute Now In HD On YouTube
• How To Prepare For Death, After-Death, & More (DeathCare.Com)
NHNE Death & Dying Resources

• New Evidence Rewrites Human History: Out Of Africa, Into Eurasia, Then Back Into Africa (The Independent)
First Images From Rejuvenated Hubble (NASA)
Study Shows Eating At Night Could Lead To Weight Gain (WebMD)
Life After People (television series examines what will happen to human creations after people are gone)

• Environmental Working Group Cell Phone Ratings Report – USATodayWorking Group Report
Cell Phone Resource Page
• Live Update: Apple’s Rock & Roll Event – On MacWorldOn Mashable
Apple’s Latest “Get A Mac” Ads
Best Source Of Camcorder Ratings & Reviews (

Today’s Recommended Book:

The Handbook of Near-Death Experiences: Thirty Years of Investigation by Janice Miner Holden, Bruce Greyson, Debbie James

New Additions To Website:

Cell Phone Resource Page

Today’s Video: Life After People

What would happen to planet earth if the human race were to suddenly disappear forever? Would ecosystems thrive? What remnants of our industrialized world would survive? What would crumble fastest? From the ruins of ancient civilizations to present day cities devastated by natural disasters, history gives us clues to these questions and many more in the visually stunning and thought-provoking special LIFE AFTER PEOPLE.

Abandoned skyscrapers would, after hundreds of years, become “vertical ecosystems” complete with birds, rodents and even plant life. One small animal might be responsible for bringing down the Hoover Dam hydroelectric plant. Swelled rivers, crumbling bridges and buildings, grizzly bears in California and herds of buffalo returning to the Great Western Plains: In a world without humans, these would be the visual hallmarks. Our cars would shrivel to piles of dust, our house pets would be overtaken by flourishing wildlife and most of the records of our human story — books, photos, records — would fade quickly, leaving little evidence that we ever existed.

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