Category Archives: Our Shared Future

Overpopulation Myth

It’s crazy when you think about it, but not in the way we’ve been told to think. We’ve been told, with statistical “proof” that human beings are becoming too populous for the planet. And while people of various political, religious, … Continue reading

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Dan Brown’s Inferno

What a delightful read! The Inferno blends the worlds of Art, Historical Inquiry, Travel, Architecture and Literature with the sciences of computerized tracking systems and Genetics. What it raised for me, particularly for this blog, is the issue of overpopulation. … Continue reading

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Pioneering the Future or Repeating the Past

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Mastery of Life

He’s a self-described oddball. He follows his curiosity with a vengeance no matter what others tell him is right. Yet, Robert Greene has created another book sensation, Mastery, following his books “The Art of Seduction,” “The 48 Laws of Power,” … Continue reading

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The Future In Our Present

Mr. Gandhi has a very cool and inspired point here… and I am in no position to try and one-up Mr. Gandhi, but this view seems kind of dated now. The future/ present interchange actually runs both directions. So, as … Continue reading

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The Election Is Over. Not

I, for one, am glad to see the presidential campaigning over for at least a couple of years. Because now we can vote on what matters. In my view, we vote every day, not just on election day. We vote … Continue reading

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What happens when more people live longer?

Simply answered, when people live longer, they become happier. Contrary to the stereotyped image of losing interest in life, TED speaker and Director of the Stanford Center on Longevity, Laura Carstensen is sharing great information on the prospect of becoming … Continue reading

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