Beloved Environmen​tal Activist/S​cholar Dr. Ilya Perlingier​i Has Died

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Beloved Environmen​tal Activist/S​cholar Dr. Ilya Perlingier​i Has Died- a Victim of the Chemtrails She Tried to Stop

I talked with Dr. Perlingieri two weeks before her passing; she was then gravely ill. When I offered to help assemble a construction crew to help finish the humble hut being built on her land in the mountains to house her, she told me to hold off.  This was even though she — a soul of her magnitude at age 74 — was essentially homeless in our sick society.  Now I understand why she did so; she may at that time have had some unspoken intimations of her own imminent mortality. 

Her last words to me were, that anyone of good will who sought to help the earth and her people were welcome on her land to help build a prototype community during the Earth’s transition period.  She said that this included the positive galactic forces, who were welcome to land there as well. 
Dr. Perlingieri was a targeted individual, with several attempts on her life by the globalist cabal that I personally know of, using environmental toxins directly delivered from the air.  Her life was spared on all of these occasions, but it was her constant general exposure to these airborne toxins that eventually resulted in her untimely death from apparent heart-lung failure. 
The link below includes a link to a video of Dr. Perlingieri’s opening keynote address at the Consciousness Beyond Chemtrails Conference in August 2012, which will give anyone interested enough to watch it a glimpse of why she was universally beloved and respected by all those who, like she did, have dedicated their lives to the preservation of personal and environmental integrity on earth.  — REC
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Life’s irreducible structure—Part 1 & 2

Posted by on Sep 6, 2013 in Blog, Featured | 0 comments

Life’s irreducible structure—Part 1 & 2


The commonly cited case for intelligent design appeals to: (a) the irreducible complexity of (b) some aspects of life. But complex arguments invite complex refutations (valid or otherwise), and the claim that only someaspects of life are irreducibly complex implies that others are not, and so the average person remains unconvinced. Here I use another principle—autopoiesis (self-making)—to show that all aspects of life lie beyond the reach of naturalistic explanations. Autopoiesis provides a compelling case for intelligent design in three stages: (i) autopoiesis is universal in all living things, which makes it a pre-requisite for life, not an end product of natural selection; (ii) the inversely-causal, information-driven, structured hierarchy of autopoiesis is not reducible to the laws of physics and chemistry; and (iii) there is an unbridgeable abyss between the dirty, mass-action chemistry of the natural environmental and the perfectly-pure, single-molecule precision of biochemistry. Naturalistic objections to these propositions are considered in Part II of this article.

Snowflake photos by Kenneth G. Libbrecht.

SnowflakesFigure 1. Reducible structure. Snowflakes (left) occur in hexagonal shapes because water crystallizes into ice in a hexagonal pattern (right). Snowflake structure can therefore be reduced to (explained in terms of) ice crystal structure. Crystal formation is spontaneous in a cooling environment. The energetic vapour molecules are locked into solid bonds with the release of heat to the environment, thus increasing overall entropy in accord with the second law of thermodynamics.

The commonly cited case for intelligent design (ID) goes as follows: ‘some biological systems are so complex that they can only function when all of their components are present, so that the system could not have evolved from a simpler assemblage that did not contain the full machinery.’1 This definition is what biochemist Michael Behe calledirreducible complexity in his popular book Darwin’s Black Box2 where he pointed to examples such as the blood-clotting cascade and the proton-driven molecular motor in the bacterial flagellum. However, because Behe appealed to complexity, many equally complex rebuttals have been put forward,3 and because he claimed that only some of the aspects of life were irreducibly complex, he thereby implied that the majority of living structure was open to naturalistic explanation. As a result of these two factors, the concept of intelligent design remains controversial and unproven in popular understanding.

In this article, I shall argue that all aspects of life point to intelligent design, based on what European polymath Professor Michael Polanyi FRS, in his 1968 article in Science called ‘Life’s Irreducible Structure.’4 Polanyi argued that living organisms have a machine-like structure that cannot be explained by (or reduced to) the physics and chemistry of the molecules of which they consist. This concept is simpler, and broader in its application, than Behe’s concept of irreducible complexity, and it applies to all of life, not just to some of it.

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Consciousness Of Economics

Posted by on Sep 15, 2010 in Blog, Featured | 0 comments

Consciousness Of Economics

Consciousness is the state of being an activity of thinking, choosing with intent, feeling and sensing the world around us. It is the experiencing of our own existence, being awake to the inner and outer sensations from the depths of internal knowing. We have forgotten that we create the world’s by our dreaming. Only through constant vigilance can we reclaim our energies and awaken to the understanding that we are being used for our life force. The world’s Economics is just a dream that feels as if it real. A “science” of the financial consideration of material systems, it is a conception of someone’s or something’s creation implanted into the sleepy world we currently exist in. Our energies are a resource for the taking by those who create the systems when we choose to assume that our reality is real and that we feel helpless against it. When our attention becomes razors sharp we remember our potential, we remember who we are, we recover the ability to dream and then together we dream a new world into existence.

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