Monthly Archives: June 2011
I have been following this story in detail for the past week. I have had to brush up on my nuclear physics. I am in touch with people who are close to this story, and it is getting harder and … Continue reading
These senior emeritus types tend to be unconstrained by conventional wisdom — which has both good and bad aspects. Josephson is being pretty fair in his judgements it seems to me. I, too, have trouble understanding how Rossi’s business plans … Continue reading
Contradictions continue to evolve. The Root reports on Farrakhan calling Obama a “murderer”. VIDEO: Minister Farrakhan: “That’s a Murderer in the White House” By: Nsenga Burton | Posted: June 15, 2011 A YouTube video of Minister Louis Farrakhan taking President … Continue reading
The book I’m reading. A mind-blowing summary with many recently disclosed facts, but most importantly, a work with the necessarily broad view of history with which to view the assassination. This panel discussion is about it: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xUovOtDBYJk
As you may know, I have been following this story with interest and growing excitement. Despite the low odds, I haven’t seen anything that smells fishy — other than the low odds themselves, which is a major caveat. Nevertheless…… From … Continue reading
This group in Spain is interesting. One of their posts discusses a “wikiparliament” in formation. Whatever the outcome, and however provisional the initial steps, it seems a spirit of experimentation and pursuit of radical change is bubbling.
I guess I better pull “Network Society” off my bookshelf this summer and finally read it! This is a translation of the conclusions of the speech in Spanish of the sociologist Manuel Castells, professor at Berkeley University (California) and researcher … Continue reading