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Wednesday, April 29, 2009

2012 Convention in Germany- September 2009

With the return of Quetzalcoatl - the plumed serpent - the year 2012, at the end of mayan calendar, stands for a transformations from our current way of life into the new one, which will lead toward a higher level of awareness. while some see this event as the coming of large catastrophes, the spiritual leaders and wise men see this date as the turning point leading to acceleration of conciousness growth which we can all sense already. At this large convention some of the leading experts and authors will report their research and findings. they will give speeches, show photos and visualizations to help guide us on the journey to this intense metamorphosis.

Guest Speakers include:

Josè Argüelles
Gregg Braden
Diana Cooper
Nah Kin - Eugenia Casarin
Tibor Zelikovics
Dieter Broers
Ute Kretzschmar
Rainer Berchtold
Peter Ruppel

on September 19-20th, 2009
Early booking until May 20th for $160 Euro
On Sept 19th the price is $180 Euros

Saturday, April 25, 2009

Theater of the Mind Podcast - James O'Dea

Friday, April 10, 2009

Guest: James O'Dea

James O'Dea is currently: Collaborating with The Global Systems Initiatives in Washington DC, a project which brings together diverse systems theorists and experts to help shape government policy from a systems perspective.

Download and listen to the FREE podcast today!

Institute of Noetic Sciences

Tuesday, April 21, 2009

Buy Green- Earth Top 15 Actions!

1. Plant a local native species tree in your yard or start a garden for you and your neighbors to share.
2. Simply stop using pesticides and use chemical free cleaning products.
3. Turn off most lights and standby electronics when you leave the room and buy energy-saving, electronics, appliances and lighting.
4. Reduce, Reuse and Recycle!
5. Shop and Buy Green. Be a consumer that uses your dollars to support companies and products that are better for the Earth.
6. Lower your thermostat in the winter and raise it in the summer. Make sure your house is well insulated.
7. STOP buying bottled water and use a reusable non-plastic bottle.
8. Reduce your water consumption - Especially on the lawn, bathroom, kitchen and washing your car are good places to start
9. Start a compost pile in your back yard or on your rooftop.
10. Buy foods locally, mostly organic and in season.
11. Ride a bike, walk, jog, skate, bus or run everywhere!
12. At holidays and birthdays, give your family and friends the gift of saving the earth ~ donate to an environmental cause in their name.
13. Get off junk mail lists. GreenDimes can get you started. They'll even plant a tree for you!
14. Buy products that use recyclable biodegradable materials whenever possible.
15. Bring your own non-plastic bags to the grocery store... recycle your plastic bags NEVER DISCARD!

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Saturday, April 4, 2009

The Real Price of MEAT!

Statistics: If every American (300 million) gave up meat for 1 day a week, this would have the same positive effect on reducing greenhouse gases as saving 90 million plane tickets from New York to Los Angeles! (source: “Meat the Truth” documentary, video clip) [1]

**Price of Meat is about the cost of meat on global warming and what people and governments are doing to reduce it’s production and consumption.

Livestock production is the #2 cause of greenhouse gas emissions, more than the emissions from all forms of transportation combined (UN). In addition, livestock production is the #1 source of anthropogenic (human-based) methane emissions, which is a gas that has 20 times the heat-trapping power (GWP) of CO2. By reducing methane emissions we could more quickly cool the atmosphere, but ignoring it could be disastrous. Scientists say that global warming could trigger the release of billions of tons of methane trapped beneath the Arctic Ice and oceans, leading to a point of no-return.

Watch Mark Bittman speak about this on the Colbert Report Comedy Cental.