When I attended college, it cost me $20 per credit hour. Now it costs on average $525 per credit hour. I busted my ass to pay for college. But I received plenty of field experience. If school costs too much, the hell with school. I'll teach you what I know for free.
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Ever heard of Environmental Determinism? In 1964 I survived the second largest recorded earthquake in recorded history, and it taught me about environmental determinism. Thirty five years ago I stood my ground on the subject, saying, don't mess with Mother Nature, and I got laughed out of the University of Alaska and put on a forgotten computer list somewhere. Well, Japan is learning about Environmental Determinism and I'm still on some forgotten computer list somewhere. That's what all the junk mail in my mailbox tells me.
For the original system of decentralization to work, remember that power is built on a lie. In a decentralized system, we have one person, one vote. No one is better than anyone else. Hence, we've got to stop politicians from assuming power, lying to us that they're better than the rest of us are. What the politicians need to do is withdraw from their power. Then we have complete decentralization. Our Father's original system. Until this is done, we'll all live in some state of hell.
Most large projects are totally unnecessary. They take years to construct, only to be destroyed by natural events such as earthquakes, floods, hurricanes, and other disasters, or man-made wars. Why build them in the first place? If you don't have to bust your ass on a big project, don't. That will only burn you out. Big project participation needn't happen if you understand how to handle day to day tedium. To handle this, do daily chores, small projects around the home. Cut the grass, vacuum, wash the bathroom, and do small fixer-upper tasks to handle the boredom. Spread the tasks out throughout the day, and every so often, take a break. You'll find you can get through the day in fine shape, and keep a clean house and area. Routine maintenance is all it takes.
Look, you don't have to assume power the way politicians do, and fight wars over power and control. All you need to do to avert this is lie down, meditate, and drain it out of your system on a daily basis. I'd even be willing to show you how, the way I was taught. On a daily basis, you don't get a buildup, and it's just the way Ghandi did it. Save yourself the hassle of conflict. Do your power withdrawal.
Ghaddafi's brain is maxed out with power. He isn't about to withdraw from it. So the U.S. and its allies are going to try to force him to withdraw. This very likely will draw us into another war, where more troops would be put in harm's way. The best approach is for Ghaddafi to do his withdrawal peacefully. The trouble is that much withdrawal all at once could kill him with something like a stroke or a heart attack. He won't go for that. What we need is somebody with good meditation skills to help and teach him to withdraw power safely. If Ghaddafi withdraws peacefully, bloodshed can be prevented.
After watching the looming nuclear disaster unfold in Japan, I have a great idea: let's scrap the entire nuclear program before our Earth gets blown ass over teakettle!
We all thought we could improve on Nature. I guess we couldn't. Progress? I know, backwards progress!
This is a rather complex idea, so I'll simplify it as best I can. If you goof off by yourself, you gain incentive. But if you goof around with others, you lose incentive, because you tend to pick up power. Power has a tendency to kill incentive, ones Spirit. Now, to eradicate the power buildup, you be a rock and withdraw it. So goof off and be a rock. How can you fail?
Let's face it: there are quite a number of us living on pretty close to nothing else but sunlight. All things being theoretical in the long run, economics should balance out somewhere around equality. But right now there are also a number of gluttons with just about everything. Those with nothing are just about living in Heaven because there is nothing for them there either. If you've got a number of economic and political gluttons on top, certainly they'd like to keep it that way. But they've got to keep the economic machinery going to do it. If there's too many sunlit people on the bottom, there is no mechanism to feed the gluttony at the top. The mechanism is price. The price should decline enough so people are willing and able to pay for the item. No advertising can work if people do not have the ability to spend. So the gluttons have to give up enough of their treasure to earn more treasure. If they don't, they simply have to withdraw from their power and wealth until the booksRead More »from Another Lesson in Economics and Politics