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    Flisa talks with Judy Braus, Executive Director for the North American Association for Environmental Education (NAAEE)

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    This inspiring episode on Truth Connections Radio will be a round table discussion with key figures in the new energy movement who are dedicated to seeing the lifetime achievements of visionary inventors like Nikola Tesla and John Searl, among others, brought to fruition.  Discussed will be the exciting future of energy creation for the 21st century that will cover topics such as advanced sustainability and technologies currently available to clean up our planet and provide us with a clean and safe environment, and a limitless vision for future generations of all species on our planet, and beyond.  This will be a powerful event providing positive solutions, with Josh Toms, Jason Verbelli, Rob Arnold, Samuel Mason, Nikola Lonchar, Daniel Nunez, and Fernando Vossa.Continued here:http://truthconnections.wordpress.com/2013/06/20/21st-century-energy/

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    The Archetype of the Whistle blower

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    Throughout Jung's life and work, he spoke of the moral imperative, which calls us to address actions which  harm others.
       In this presentation, Dr. Deb Greenwood,  artist, consultant and Pattern Analyst, will present her original and profound work on the presence and workings of this archetype in modern culture. In particular, she will address the  creative  response of Daniel Ellsberg to the atrocities of the Vietnam War, and how yet again, we too are being  called by this archetype of truth telling.
      This is a powerful presentation on a topic  we all  now have to wrestle with, and will help us understand the patterns of this meaningful archetypal dominant in the individual and collective psyche.

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    Talk Psych with Alex and Karolina: Positive Thinking

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    Well Hello and Welcome to Talk Psych With Alex and Karolina today is Wednesday August 22nd, 2012 thanks for stopping by and tuning in.  The call in number is 661-621-7508, and the chat room is open and active.  Any comment's, questions, or concerns please call in or put them in the chat room.  Please have questions regarding the topic please thank you!  Please also note that me and Karolina are not licensed Psychologists in the state of Ohio.  We have a show every Monday or Wednesday night from 11:00p.m. -11:30p.m. est.  We talk about a variety of Popular topics in Psychology and Sociology and everything else in-between.  To describe our show best would be to say that it's a free for all and that anything could happen.  Thanks again for listening and tell 5 of your friends thanks again for listening. 

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    Chat about anything with me. Need someone to talk to listen to relate to I'm your chick

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    Steve Carley's Psychology Talk

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    Steve Carley author, philosopher extrordinaire, and now theorist, is one of the world's authorities on theories of psychology. He is a graduate of University of Phoenix where he is currently continuing his education, and an affiliate member of the American Psychological Association (APA). His works pertaining to psychology include: Foundation of Psychology as a Scientific Discipline," Integrative Complexity Within Antitheses," and "Dichotomy of Self Worth." He will discuss some of the same issues from his book as well as the new concepts, terms, and theories uniquely his own from his book "Dichotomy of Self Worth." 

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    Raw Dialogue: Ask A Stripper

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    Tonight Live at 11:30 PST (I know I know, Way way late but so worth it!):
    We all pay for sex, one way or another, how much is it costing you? Maybe it would be cheaper to literally just doll out the cash?  We take a look at this and what the hell is wrong with kids today? An audio report you don't want to miss!

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    Why we will colonize the Earth's Moon

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    While many of us are preoccupied with the toils and cares of our day, others look beyond and see the imperative of discussing humankind’s inevitable colonization of the Earth’s Moon. 
    Why: In this first edition, we will discuss various points of view as to why this will and is occurring.   
    What: When we talk about colonizing we mean the development of sustainable communities.  Mining, exploration and discovery will be the primary emphasis as well as study and observation of our home planet.  What will the social environment be?  
    Who: Should colonization be public, private or a combination of both?  Should any effort be encouraged or discouraged and what are the groups most likely to cooperate?  Who will be in charge of setting up and enforcing the rules of conduct. 
    How: Will development be politically or economically stimulated?  How should we go about constructing the rules of conduct?  

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    Life on Earth... Rare. Unique. Virtually Impossible.

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    You don't know how lucky we are.
    We live on a Rare Planet in a Special Solar System in the Unique Area of an Uncommon Galaxy in a Universe that seems designed from end to end to support life on Earth.
    "Either we are alone in the Universe or we are not. In either case, the idea is quite staggering."
    Arthur C. Clarke also said "No intelligent person can contemplate the night sky without a sense of awe. The mind-boggling vista of exploding supernovae and hurtling galaxies does seem to require a certain amount of explaining."

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    Alternatives to Violence - Making a Difference to Prisoners

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    The Alternatives to Violence program works with prisoners while in prison to teach them non-violent ways to deal with conflict in their lives.  Violence we encounter in our everyday life  can be verbal and emotional.   Violence knows no class, racial, economic or geographical boundaries.  Over ninety percent of prisoners eventually return to society -- from a prison experience that encourages violence.   Today we will hear from a former prisoner, Herb Blake, who participated in this program and who gained valuable perspectives on his own life and the goals for his own future from being involved with Alternatives to Violence.

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    Black Panthers! Black Power! Black Retaliation! Black Rage!

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    Adam Clayton Powell, Jr (lawyer/middle class-blackman) was the first blackman to use the slogan black power. He used it at a bacculereate graduation address, Howard University May 29, 1966, and Stockley Carmichael (SNCC leader for Martin Luther King, Jr./middle class black ethics) was the first blackman to actualize it.   Black Power Movement 2011 has an estimated 20 thousand members on record and an additional five thousand deputies surveying communities nationwide. Black Power is a political slogan espoused by black racialists and a name for various associated ideologies.[1] It is used in the movement among people of Black African descent throughout the world, though primarily by African Americans in the United States.[2] The movement was prominent in the late 1960s and early 1970s, emphasizing racial pride and the creation of black political and cultural institutions to nurture and promote black collective interests[3] and advance black values,[4] as opposed to multiculturalism. "Black Power" expresses a range of political goals, from defense against racial oppression, to the establishment of separate social institutions and a self-sufficient economy (separatism). Not only did this "Black Power" movement encourage separatism, but it helped usher in black radical thoughts, and action against what was considered to be an elusive, yet visible higher power. The earliest known usage of the term is found in a 1954 book by Richard Wright titled Black Power.[5] New York politician Adam Clayton Powell Jr. used the term on May 29, 1966 during a baccalaureate address at Howard University: "To demand these God-given rights is to seek black power."[6]  

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