Mother Energy and Hemp: Part 2 by Rand Clifford

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July 23, 2012

July 5, 2005 - Hemp Field

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US prohibition of hemp farming is a national catastrophe. Addiction to fossil energy is a global, ecological catastrophe.

Both are peoples’ catastrophes; right up there with the consequences of hemp prohibition, and suppression of Mother Energy access, is the demonstrated disregard of humanity.

Nature is infinitely subtle. We are part of nature. Working against nature is working against us.

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Mother Energy and Hemp: Part 1 by Rand Clifford

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July 12, 2012

July 5, 2005 - Hemp Field

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An all-pervasive energy is fundamental to the Cosmos. Not “empty”, vacuum space itself is an ocean of energy, the essence of nature.

Tesla called this universal force, “Free energy”. Inventors who have also found the key have added the names: “Zero-point energy”; “Energy from the vacuum”; “Background energy”; “Radiant energy”; “Cosmic energy”; “Aether”…many others.

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Corporate Profit Versus Life On Earth by Rand Clifford

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June 5, 2011

Corporate Greed

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The last year has been especially catastrophic for life on Earth, while at the same time, corporate profits have jumped a staggering 36.8%, setting all-time records. Is this a coincidence, or are the long-term implications as sinister as they might seem?

How many disasters like the massive poisoning of the Gulf of Mexico, or gushing of radiation from multiple reactor-core meltdowns in Japan can the biosphere take? Or, perhaps a more apropos question is: How much more profit will the biosphere survive?

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From Reptiles to Humans: A Three Brain Odyssey by Rand Clifford

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Dandelion Salad
January 14, 2009

Heaven, and hell, they both shimmer in the neural universe behind our eyes — in the electrochemical flower we inherited in three parts. High in the blossom sparkles transcendence of miseries humans inflict upon the entire biosphere; down in the stem lurk thorns of greater misery.

Evolution of reptiles into mammals and then humans has given us three unique brain systems: the reptile brain; the mammalian brain; the human brain. Perhaps no story better illuminates the spectrum of potential in our triune brain than that of “The man who lit the world”…history’s premier visionary engineer, Nikola Tesla.

But first, a basic introduction to the brains:
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