September 05, 2013

Changing the Movie

Serendipity is what happens when the stars align and things just happen because they are supposed to happen.  This morning, Doc spent two hours on the internet radio on USA Prepares with Vincent Finelli and Richard Alan Miller.  The topics ranged from clean air and chemtrails, to clean water to how to deal with the continuous nuclear radiation source called Fukushima.  Doc agreed to teach a few basic chemistry courses to the USA Prepares listeners - so keep abreast of the timing which will be after the equinox.

The conversation was deep - the result was that it is time to change the movie. Fukushima is an end of the world as we know it event - the idea of what the radiation can do is deeper than i wish to go into at this moment.  The net solution is to capture the energy in other chemical entities - using bio-remediation with atomic absorption, chelation and potentially nano-technology.  These are scary words for people that don;t understand science and that is just the way that the people that do understand the science prefer it.  They want you to fear - it is time to grok with love.

The geo-engineering programming claims to be beneficial, how do we step back to evaluate what we think we know to see if it is real?  There is so much information available on the internet that anybody can find an article that supports their point of view.  The search engines mine our data to feed us exactly what we expect to see to confirm our opinions.  The one problem is that none of what they say is true - we need to be able to verify the information independently from a second source.  

Since the USA is a country divided into two color groups - red and blue that have roughly equal numbers, the confusion of which information to believe is contributing to the current status quo - analysis paralysis.  How can we slow down the pace of life for enough time to look at which information is correct.  We badly need to challenge our current knowledge base - especially in areas where the system is broken.  

Doc can look at chemistry as his filter and take any concept and verify that it stands by the principles of chemistry.  If we can have a dozen different experts in a dozen different fields doing the same type of analysis, perhaps we can discern truth from the confusion.  Another problem here though is transparency - the fact that we don't have all the information and that certain concepts are state protected secrets for only those in the know.  The free dispersal of information just doesn't take place in open fashion.

We need a different approach to education.  Doc and Dr. Richard Alan Miller are ready to change the movie.  Class was in this morning at USA Prepares - there are things in the works to bring more information out in a different form.   If you are interested in being part of this new process - keep in touch with this site for more.

Namaste'     Doc

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