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Beyond MMS: The DoJ v. Daniel Smith is NOT Just Another Product Trial

Fasten your seat belts, we’ll be traveling vast distances on this one. There was a hearing yesterday in Spokane involving the Department of Justice case against LOUIS DANIEL SMITH for his role in marketing the product known as MMS (or Miracle Mineral Supplement). He was granted permission to jettison his previous “just in case” attorney and select a new one. The trial is presently…

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Notes from the Beginning of The Beginning

CHICAGO, IL – Shifting paradigms and disappearing paradoxes dominate these times, as the world turns while hurtling its way through the galaxy on a much speculated upon path, its present in upheaval, its future, uncertain. Is it the beginning of The End, or of The Beginning? is the question. My vote is for the latter. The beginning of The Beginning.…

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Conscious Imagining for a Changing World

If the first three months of 2011 are any indication of what the rest of the year holds, then I think it would be a gross understatement to suggest that it’s going to be quite a ride. What that statement means to you reveals a lot about where you’re putting yourself in the matrix of potential outcomes. A large proportion…

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MMS Tumult in the Gulf

Politicians aren’t the only people who play politics. It happens wherever both truth and results take a back seat to territorial domain, especially when the ability to sway public opinion hangs in the balance. A second article that is critical to MMS has been written by Deborah Dupre and published on Examiner.com. It demonstrates that both she and the Gulf…

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MMS: Brouhaha in the Gulf

SEPTEMBER 30, 2010 — As we stand in the twilight of 2010 awaiting the dawn of the New Year, the next chapter in MMS’ advancement onto the public stage opens. Given the events that have impacted the region this year, it was only a matter of time before MMS would surface among the residents of the Gulf Coast. The atmospheric…

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BP's Myopic Vision: Unnecessary Environmental Damage as Simple as '1, 2, 3'

There’s an emergency in the Gulf of Mexico, still. Even with the wellhead apparently capped, there is a state of emergency. This evening I watched a documentary on the National Geographic Channel about the progress that has been made in the Gulf, including the apparent success at finally capping the well. Yet, while the work that is going on down…

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All the News that's fit to DELETE!

It took me three days to produce and publish this video, but the delay helped me see what may be a more disturbing trend. [youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IGlnOkU6KPA] Amid the rancor and ruckus of shock, turmoil, and indignation about the Gulf oil spill and (lack of) cleanup operations, we now have a case of disappearing news. A story that appeared on CNN.com on…

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Imagining New Outcomes For the Gulf

How we look at the Gulf oil spill event depends on how we see ourselves and our own capability (or incapability). In general, it’s not a pretty picture. Mainstream and “independent” pundits all vie to be the first to tell you the latest information on how bad things really are that “isn’t being reported.” Okay, so now they’ve brought you…

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Healing the Gulf as Prelude to Paradigm Shift in Health Remediation

Albert Einstein has often been quoted as saying that you can’t solve a problem while thinking at the level of the problem. That statement has never been truer than in the present Gulf oil spill debacle. The problem is that BP, and its entire supporting infrastructure, which includes the petrochemical industry, various centers of academic influence (otherwise known as “leading…

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