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Benjamin

June 14, 2007 — Leave a comment

This is what the issue is lately. So many are doing nothing. Either in the real sense like myself – who just plods through planning, idea after idea that does not become reality; or those that go to a job, a daily burn that means nothing to them or society.

“The man who does things makes mistakes, but he never makes the biggest mistake of all — doing nothing.”

Benjamin Franklin (1706 – 1790) ~statesman and scientist

It is this cycle that needs to be broken. The first step is to identify that which needs to be done. The next and even more important – is doing it. It is in this stage that I continuously find myself being quagmired; and it is this status quo that I will move beyond.


Now this is a whole new level of freakiness! Gone will be the days when you could just go for a walk and be by yourself. Talk about your assault on freedom! Let’s see tracking college students wherever they are = how to educate a child into seeing themselves as autonomous human beings!?!

http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/technology/6691139.stm

The combination of Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) tags and wi-fi allows real-time tracking of objects or people inside a wireless network.

Angelo Lamme, from Motorola, said “You would know where your people are at any given moment,” 

Now even with a cellphone sometimes I feel like I’m on the electronic leash. How would it feel if your collar was implanted inside your skin? You would never be free! You would always be watched! I’m scared.

Thing is this is something that is being slipped into our world on the sly – first its animals and children, then children & hospital patients to protect them – then …

well do they get taken out when you leave hospital? I bet you hear something like ‘M_ this is something we leave in now, so that in an emergency we have instant access to all your medical records?’

Do they get removed from a students body when they graduate —

Does the RFID in your CC only handle CC transactions? Or can it be scanned by any RFID reader (a new type of hack known as skimming.)

Beware big brother friends, he is growing bolder everyday!

I wonder what’s in those gas station ‘keys’ that allows them to be scanned at the pump?

Read more on Cnet: http://news.com.com/2010-1069-980325.html

Years agao my friends Tony told me about his meditation for 30 min. each morning — now Tony was an artist living on the lower east side with his girlfriend Tina … she tended bar, he did whatever it was that he did; and they had gone on like this for years – at this point they were in their late 20’s.He had bought a book – Creative Visualization

Which changed their lives.  Through the visualizations, thew imagined a cosmetic company based on color therapy, which they opened – Tony+Tina Cosmetics became a great success; grew to about 30 staff, had a large office in Soho and was eventually bought out by one of the big cosmetic companies.  Basically, they got themselves sorted.  So where does this leave us on the power of Visualization — well 10 years later I am convinced that it works, but am still working on the mental power to meditate and put it into action … more later.


If you haven’t gotten a chance, get the May 2007 issue of Vanity Fair.
One of the many great articles is “Jungle Law” – about Chevron/Texaco and their destruction of the Amazon of many many years, and the current Ecuadorian court case against them.The lead attorney against Chevron is Pablo Fajardo – you have to read the story to believe it.  However, towards the end, he comes out with one of those statements that is so fundamentally true, it needs to be said more often.”One of the problems with modern society is that it places more importance on things that have a price than on things that have value.  Breathing clean air, for instance, or having clean water in the rivers, or having legal rights – these are things that don’t have a price but have a huge value.  Oil does have a price, but its value is much less.  And sometimes we make the mistake”


So someone passed me a link and here is my take on the first 6:30 of “The Great Global Warming Swindle

I did quick wiki research on the people & points as they came up.

  1. General
  2. Tim Ball:
    • Dispute over academic credentials
      • * Dan Johnson, a professor of environmental science at the University of Lethbridge, wrote in an April 23, 2006 letter to the editor of the The Calgary Herald in reply to an editorial by Dr. Ball: “… he does not have the academic background and qualifications to make serious comments on global warming“.
      • Public appearances
        • In The Great Global Warming Swindle Ball’s affiliation was incorrectly given as the University of Winnipeg’s Department of Climatology rather than the Department of Geography. The affiliation could also be misinterpreted that he was a current professor even though he retired in 1996.
  3. Shaviv
    • the guy work as a scientist – and he believed in global warming because “I believed in what the media had to say”
      • why not pick up a SCIENTIFIC JOURNAL and do some research – aren’t you a RESEARCHER? To me that discounts him immediately —) Does Warren Buffet believe something about a company because that’s what he reads in the tabloids? Come’on — your a scientist involved in climate science.
  4. Lord Blaby
    • * 2007: Chairman of Central European Trust (CET). Clients include: American Express, Bank of America Barclays, BNP Paribas, BP Amoco, Bristol-Myers Sqibb, British Telecom, CGNU, Cygna, Cisco Systems, Coca Cola, Compaq Computers, Dow Chemical, E.I. du Pont de Nemours,General Electric, Glaxo Smith Kline,k GTE, IBM,Lehman Brothers Holdings, Lockhed Martin, Merck, Microsoft, Mitsui, Nestlé, PepsiCo, Procter & Gamble, Royal Dutch/Shell Group, Sara Lee, SBC Communications, Société Générale, Sun Microsystems, Texaco, Total Fina Elf, Unilever, Xerox, Yamanouchi. (CET Website)

I heard David Wolfe say that he just puts all of his raw food in a blender and has that for a meal so I thought I would give it a try… For the past several days I have been trying this approach and I think I will be further experimenting with the concept. For example, last night I mixed 2 heaping tablespoons of VitaMineral Green, 1 heaping teaspoon each of AFA Extract (brain specific & joint specific), pinch of cayenne pepper, camu camu berry, 2 tablespoons of frozen wheatgrass juice, 1 banana, some frozen organic cherries, fresh and frozen organic blueberries, frozen organic strawberries, liquid Ionic minerals in the water I used to blend the smoothie and I think that was about it. That’s about 30 some odd ingredients… It made me feel really good. The taste was OK as well…deep green aromas dominated as I put a lot of VitaMineral Green in the mix. The smoothie yielded just less than 1 liter of blended food. As I am a fast oxidizer, the smoothie did not hold very long and burned off fairly quickly. That may be because I did not have any oil or high protein in the smoothie. Next time I will add coconut oil and some additional protein and see what happens. Try it!

Listening to a David Wolfe Q&A; his view on Chemtrails is as follows (not verbatium)

The military is using high-altitude airplanes to dispose of harmful wastes that they are no longer able to bury on land due to EPA regulations, etc. They are using the cover story that the bromide in the clouds reflects light/heat and helps with global warming.

If you have access to thebestdayever.com check out the 1/2007 Part 2 mp3 – it is like the 2nd or 3rd topic he discusses.

also from today’s bbc —

Selenium pills ‘may combat HIV’

“Taking daily selenium supplements may block the build up of HIV in a patient’s blood, research suggests.”

This is the type of information that the FDA, CODEX, and the Trilateral Cooperation Charter will keep from you, and the supplements that they are working to make unavailable to us.

First Shot

April 28, 2007 — Leave a comment


So this is how it begins. With a cat on my lap and the cure playing through itunes (which I think is a real crappy program – I wish they had winamp for the mac; though I am overall much happier now that I am back to mac after all these years).

Ok .. so This is to get all my goods down in writing, otherwise they wind up being thoughts floating around my head.

Today will be the best day ever – that will be repeated daily – to list all the items that should be repeated daily

I am the healthiest I can be
I eat the best foods ever
I drink the best drinks ever
I bathe in the best liquid ever
I receive the most love ever
I am surrounded by exciting, interesting, intelligent people
I am positively effecting the world
I have the most best business ever

Ok .. I am hungry, though I still have the cat in my lap :-)

And my knee is hurting ..
It is quite interesting to write this journal online, it is private, but not … Who am I writing this for? For me? If it is just for me, why not write it in word? Why publish it online? If I am writing for others … then who is the audience? Shouldn’t I then publicize this? I will continue to write for a bit and see how it effects my life.

Today is the best day ever!