Monthly Archives: April 2013

Acura: Social and Environmental Irresponsibility

Wow! Acura must be going for the award of most socially and environmentally irresponsible. They’ve gone from Acura as the ultimate in aggression to Acura (and everything else) as the mark of extreme luxury. If we all follow their examples, … Continue reading

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Psychological Violence Against Children – A Commentary on a Huffington Post Article

What If Everybody Understood Child Development by Rae Pica (Huffington Post). But, we don’t want children to learn, to think, to be creative, to be motivated, to know how to participate in society, or to be decent human beings. Such … Continue reading

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Problems with Reclaimed Water (… and Our Ways of Thinking and Acting)

via A KPHO CBS News Story on Reclaimed Water in Flagstaff (and elsewhere) – Click Here.. This story demonstrates problems with the way we think and act. Our thinking is linear — looking for simple causal relationships, while taking impulsive … Continue reading

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