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From Chaos to Harmony

By: Rav Michael Laitman

........................................................... 31 Evolution of the Human Desire for Pleasure ..................................39 CHAPTER ... .............................................................................153 HUMANITY AND THE WISDOM OF KABBALAH ...................................... ... future of the state of Israel. 17 FOREWORD It is hardly a secret that humanity is in a deep crisis. Many of us already feel it. Sensations o... ...eed to understand their causes. The safest place to start is by understanding human nature and the nature of the world. If we understand our own nat... ...e desire to receive pleasure evolved in us over time, following the growth of human desires. Its first manifes- tation was in simple desires, such as... ...ality. For this reason, while we are trying to cope with one problem, such as ecology, other problems will emerge from all sides, and ever more quic...

...Laitman's new book not only demonstrates with examples from science and Kabbalah that the ego stands behind all human suffering, but also shows how we can use it to our benefit. With clear analyses of the human soul and its problems, the book provides a 'roadmap' indicating how we can achieve a new level of existence and fulfillment....

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Message Ceenom

By: Message Ceenom

...A Wisdom of supreme significance relating science and humanity gets revealed exposing mysteries behind everything from a tiny particle to a mighty galaxy. It is a most serious, profound phase that discloses with logical evidence the causal basis of why humans stand distinct with...

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The Silver Lining: Moral Deliberations in Modern Cinema

By: Sam Vaknin, Ph. D.

...t – The Fourth Law of Robotics IX. Surrogates: The Interrupted Self X. Avatar: The Ecology of Environmentalism XI. The Invention of Lying: Fact and... ...d his enemies. He should have felt and acted with responsibility towards his fellow human beings, even towards those who wronged him greatly. But ... ...ucers exploit Truman's life shamelessly and remorselessly in the ugliest display of human vices possible. The Director indulges in his control-mania... ...zing movie, "The Matrix", a breed of AI computers takes over the world. It harvests human embryos in laboratories called "fields". It then feeds th... ...species" derives its energy needs from the electricity produced by the billions of human bodies thus preserved. A sophisticated, all-pervasive, com... ... "The Matrix" generates a "world" inhabited by the consciousness of the unfortunate human batteries. Ensconced in their shells, they see themselves ... ...n is often neglected or wilfully ignored. Also Read: Psychophysics Return The Ecology of Environmentalism "It wasn't just predictable curmud... ...he straitjacket of the formalism of distributive justice - known as human-welfare ecology or emancipatory environmentalism - backfired. These led ... ... tendencies and is gradually being scientifically debunked. The proponents of deep ecology radicalize the ideas of social ecology ad absurdum and p...

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Kabbalah Revealed

By: Rav Michael Laitman

...e likely to end up exactly where we are headed.” When applied to contemporary human- ity, this could prove disastrous: Climate change is threatening ... ...productive partnerships. Thus, rather than breaking down in conflict and war, humanity will break through—not merely to a sustainable world of self-... ...ndamen- tal change. PLANETARY CONSCIOUSNESS In light of today’s global crises, humankind has begun to seek new avenues and modes of thinking. Such mo... ...consciousness was rediscovered. We used to think that the typical, “nor- mal” human consciousness is what we capture with our five senses. We consid... ...netary consciousness.” This term de- fines the awareness of our shared fate as human beings, as citizens of this planet. If we are to sustain our exi... ...ourselves from egoism to altruism, everything else will be corrected, as well—ecology, famine, war, and soci- ety at large. ENHANCED PERCEPTION There... ...By doing so, we will be able to de-escalate the crisis and bring society and ecology to a positive, constructive outcome. We will talk more about s...

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The Point in the Heart

By: Rav Michael Laitman

...lative success, but I want everyone to see that I am more successful. The Human Ego 2 3 O ur nature, through which we sense the world and ourselves... ...ogram and cannot even contemplate the existence of another reality. Ego - Human Nature – The Will to Receive Time to Break Free 2 4 We must not d... ...er- ates in creation and turns inanimate matter into plants, animals, and humans. Without it, matter would remain lifeless and unchanging. the light... ...nner, alongside the constant heightening of egoistic drives. now that the human ego has culminated, an opportu- nity for freedom of choice arises. no... ...mension. the task is serious; the goal is wonderful. the current state of humanity requires searching; hence, it is a good situation. For this reaso... ...orces in reality, and are the primary cause of all the changes in nature. Ecology—A Shift of Perception 8 7 the problem is that the impact of our th... ...m separate souls to unity ............................................ 84 ecology—a shift of Perception .......................................... 86...

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Kabbalah for Beginners

By: Rav Michael Laitman

...h it cannot penetrate. For instance, scientific tools cannot measure the human soul, or the basic motivation for our actions. If it could, we would... ...e wish. But because we cannot perceive our most essential motivations, we humans, the apex of Cre- - ation, are still unaware of why we come into thi... ...ake your first steps towards understanding Introduction 11 the roots of human behavior and the laws of Nature. The contents present the essential ... ...reat 12 th century Kab- - balist, wrote that thousands of years ago, when humanity was deep in idol worship, one man couldn’t go with the flow. His... ...al manifestation of it. This was Stage o ne of the spiritual evolution of humanity. o nce Abraham discovered this truth, he began to spread the word... ...oing so, we will be able to de-escalate the crisis and bring society and ecology to a positive, constructive outcome. We will talk more about such ...

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And Gulliver Returns Book IV : A Look at Our Human Values

By: Lemuel Gulliver XVI

.... . . AND GULLIVER RETURNS‖ --In Search of Utopia— Book 4 A Look at Human Values 1 ―. . . AND GULLIVER RETURNS‖ --In Search... ... . . AND GULLIVER RETURNS‖ --In Search of Utopia-- BOOK 4 A Look at Human Values by Lemuel Gulliver XVI as told to Jacqueline Slow Art Wor... .................................................................. 236 4 HUMAN RIGHTS ................................................................. ........................................................................ 237 Human rights are moral from a self-centered point of view. ................... ............................ 332 LIFE AND DEATH ISSUES--WHAT IS THE VALUE OF HUMAN LIFE? .......................... 332 WHEN IS IT KILLING AND WHEN IS ... ...g as long as we can keep our planet ‗species friendly‘ by controlling our ecology. ―New sciences have joined the hunt to clarify and deepen o... ...there is no place in our solar system. ―The people who study human ecology say that the populations of Africa, Asia and Latin America must be... ...assed Ireland as Europe‘s major detriment to the stability of the world‘s ecology. Since the 1920s the French government has awarded the Medaille de... ... those who reproduce ad absurdum and among the unfortunate whose economic ecology gives them little or no hope. For some, economic survival is just ...

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The Path of Splitness

By: Indrek Pringi

...? Preface The Basic Elements of Human Understanding are: ... ... Chapter 3: Hominids Pgs 132-187 A: How we evolved into Humans Pgs 188-222 B: Summary of Homi... ...Development Chapter 4: Modern Human Dynamics Pgs 223-266 Human Psychobiologic Tota... ... Human Psychobiologic Totality. Chapter 5: Modern Humans: Pgs 267-299 The Transition from Hunter-gather... ...s of Civilization Pgs 704-1469 B: The Effect of Civilization on Humans Pgs 1470-1868 Chapter 7: Entities and t... ...how how ecologically responsible they are: as they systematically destroy the ecology of other living things. Science does the same. Science shows ... ...they cooperate knowingly or unknowingly is totally irrelevant. The fields of ecology and eco-systems is based upon the fact that there are no excep...

...iverse: where it came from and how it was created. 2: Basic aspects and dynamics of the Organic Universe and Organic Life. 3: The origins of modern humans going back 25 million years. 4: Human Psycho-biology. 5: The beginnings of civilization. 6: The effect of civilization upon humans. 7: Death, the existence of evil and its effect on humans. Offered as a free E...

...ter 2: Life Pgs 113-131 Structural dynamics of the Universe and Life Chapter 3: Hominids Pgs 132-187 A: How we evolved into Humans Pgs 188-222 B: Summary of Hominid-Human Development Chapter 4: Modern Human Dynamics Pgs 223-266 Human Psycho-biologic Totality. Chapter 5: Modern Humans: Pgs 267-29...

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Kabbalah, Science and the Meaning of Life

By: Rav Michael Laitman

..........................................220 9 F O R E WO R D T he essence of human nature is its perpetually evolving desire for pleasure. To reali... ... gradual intensification of the desire for pleasure has been the force behind human evolu- tion throughout our history. The desire for pleasure evolv... ...wer, and fame. Development of these three stages had lead to major changes in human society—it became a diversified, multi- class society. The fourth... ...quires that we understand our surroundings. To understand the present state of humanity and its pros- pects, we must build a bridge connecting several... ...g those realities that are hidden from our perception. Everyone believed that humanity had discov- ered the necessary measures to know the world as i... ...lp the researcher to resolve problems in every field of contemporary life. In ecology, psychology, social or political science, in every field of sc... ...earch ourselves, not the world around us. In physics, chem- istry, physiology, ecology, or any other science, we research not the outside world, but ... ...tands at the brink of a chasm that will eliminate every aspect of human life: ecology, society, economy and culture, research and education. These s...

...Foreword: The essence of human nature is its perpetually evolving desire for pleasure. To realize this desire, we feel compelled to discover, invent, and improve our reality. The gradual intensification of the desire for pleasure has been the force b...

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Bail Yourself Out

By: Rav Michael Laitman

...fe ................................................... 22 The Dawn of Humanity ....................................... 24 Chapter 4: The Secret o... ...ess Child ....................................... 29 Chapter 5: Insatiable Humanity ................................ 32 Chapter 6: Cellular Unity ....... ...inancial system. It was actually in existence long before— rooted deep in human nature. To understand how we can bail ourselves out of this crisis, ... ...s by pine needles that cushioned the soil), we were elated to discover a human footprint in the mud. Then we found a trail. And very shortly after,... ...ng parallel to our current situation. when we look at the present state of humanity, it may seem quite grim, with a doubtful prognosis for success. ... ...s own nature.” --Dennis Gabor, Inventing the Future, 1964 on the surface, ecology should be the easiest topic to address in this book. Make all cars... ...how to manage ourselves and create a heaven on earth. This is as true for ecology as it is for econo- my, education, health, and every other aspect o...

...th calamities and crises of great magnitude, says Prof. Michael Laitman. These forces are at work in every aspect of life: family, economy, politics, ecology, and health. Bail Yourself Out: How You Can Emerge Strong from the World Crisis is a guide to mastering these forces on the personal, national, and global levels. With this knowledge, we hold the key to success by har...

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Laws of Destiny Never Disappear : Culture of Thailand in the Postlocal World

By: Matti Sarmela

... * Should we have more development Villages and houses Place for a human community 51 Culture of the river valleys 51 * Lampang Province an... ...21 Pictures 124-173 References 174 II. COMMUNITY CULTURE Being human (interviews) 6 How we were married * In the fire * We meet dea... ... Hundredth day memorial rites 132 Message of death 133 Final passage of human life 133 * The deceased in kinship culture 134 * The deceased in ... ...ple monks 108 * Ordination of monks 110 Power of the community 113 Human being in a village community 113 * Life of a good person 115 * Fa... ...usted by their work and using more and more psychiatric drugs and alcohol. Human environment contains ever more risks, security systems, iron fencing.... ...e education and production of an urban workforce. (15 Theories of cultural ecology consider the choices made by individual people to be the foundation... ...2001; 9.3.2001; 22.3.2001; 22.11.2001. Finland: STAKES 2003. 52. On the ecology of opium farming by mountain peoples Geddes 1976. On drug-related c... ...2001; 9.3.2001; 22.3.2001; 22.11.2001. Finland: STAKES 2003. 52. On the ecology of opium farming by mountain peoples Geddes 1976. On drug-related c... ...odemocraphic Variation and Family Composition in Four Thai Villages. Human Ecology Vol. 10, No 4, 439– 454. Freedman, Maurice 1970 (1958). Lineage Or...

...ryday lives of local people, and how they cope under conditions of a constant flux of change, what they think about life, the future, and the fate of human beings after death....

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Begin the Adventure : How to Break the Light Barrier

By: Florentin Smarandache

...…. 6 Ch.1. Introduction ……………………………………………………………………. 11 Ch.2. The Human Barrier ……………………………………………………………. 14 Ch.3. An Overview …………………………... ...manned probe, the overall purpose of the grand experiment is to transport Humans to another star and return them safely to Earth in a reasonable time... ...imetable under phase one of the grand experiment is this: 2020 - First Human sets boot on Mars; 2021 - Development begins of Bussard interstella... ...r Station with all hands safely on-board. 12 One reason for sending Humans on SS Alpha is to test for psychological, physiological and physica... ...on of the automobile, speed in transportation has been a concern: The human factor may prove to be the real limitation [to high speeds]. The hum... ...quate for a full crew of 12. They would be capable of supplying a closed ecology for as long as there was energy to power the modules. The Life Rin...

...Prefaces. 6 -- Ch.1. Introduction . 11 -- Ch.2. The Human Barrier. 14 -- Ch.3. An Overview. 18 -- Ch.4. Acceleration Due to Light Pressure. 21 -- Ch.5. Light Sailing is Not All There Is. 27 -- Ch.6. Einstein's Light Barrier. 32 -- Ch.7. The Phase One Experiment: The First Sta...

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Cyclopedia of Economics

By: Sam Vaknin

...I. The Right to Life It is a fundamental principle of most moral theories that all human beings have a right to life. The existence of a right impl... ...forcefully. II. Issues in the Calculus of Rights IIA. The Hierarchy of Rights All human cultures have hierarchies of rights. These hierarchies ref... ...e a calculus of hierarchically weighted rights. (See "Abortion and the Sanctity of Human Life" by Baruch A. Brody). One form of calculus is the uti... ...e Mother is a morally significant person and that she is a rights-holder. All born humans are and, more so, all adults above a certain age. But wha... ...quires in order to materialize his potential. It sounds very much like many other human contracts. And this contract continue well after pregnancy... ...the straitjacket of the formalism of distributive justice - known as human-welfare ecology or emancipatory environmentalism - backfired. These led ... ... tendencies and is gradually being scientifically debunked. The proponents of deep ecology radicalize the ideas of social ecology ad absurdum and p...

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Cyclopedia of Philosophy

By: Sam Vaknin

...I. The Right to Life It is a fundamental principle of most moral theories that all human beings have a right to life. The existence of a right impl... ...forcefully. II. Issues in the Calculus of Rights IIA. The Hierarchy of Rights All human cultures have hierarchies of rights. These hierarchies ref... ...e a calculus of hierarchically weighted rights. (See "Abortion and the Sanctity of Human Life" by Baruch A. Brody). One form of calculus is the uti... ...e Mother is a morally significant person and that she is a rights-holder. All born humans are and, more so, all adults above a certain age. But wha... ...quires in order to materialize his potential. It sounds very much like many other human contracts. And this contract continue well after pregnancy... ...the straitjacket of the formalism of distributive justice - known as human-welfare ecology or emancipatory environmentalism - backfired. These led ... ... tendencies and is gradually being scientifically debunked. The proponents of deep ecology radicalize the ideas of social ecology ad absurdum and p...

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The Religious Dimension

By: Donald Broadribb

... when he spoke of changing one’s perception of the world, including all of humanity into a “Thou” instead of an “It.” This is a major theme which we w... ... sense of alienation that seems to be the price we pay for the legacy of a human world split apart and a physical world which we are slowly bringing t... ...N ix such study it would be possible to grasp the nature of religion as a human experience, so that, divested of its elaborations, the skeleton commo... ...ionship of Depth Psychology and religion, with a view to understanding the human side of the experience, was William James’s The Varieties of Religiou... ...g to draw together the strains of experience and thought that have gripped humankind for so many centuries and to help integrate them into our overall... ...dentification with the world which Aboriginal peoples experience. The deep ecology of modern theorists such as Arne Naess 155 offers a “new” conscious... ...rne Naess 155 offers a “new” consciousness for Western cul- ture, yet deep ecology is fundamentally the intuitive wisdom of indigenous people worldwid... ...y a source of fulfillment for our physical and psychologi- cal needs. Deep ecology arises from the experience of organic whole- ness with our world, a... ...hical, noncompetitive, less regulated, and very much anticonsumerism. Deep ecology, in which nature is recognized as part of the self, accords with Ju...

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And Gulliver Returns Book VII : Book 7 Visit to Indus

By: Bob Oconnor

......................................................................... 81 HUMAN RIGHTS ................................................................. ...ou drown. Indus, like its neighbors Bangladesh and India were drowning in humanity. They educate one young mind and ten illiterate babies are born to... ...st a bit faster. President Ghosh, the newly elected leader of this human hell, was genuinely concerned. He pointed out the landmarks more wit... ...ep. And we shared his concern. Our lives are so blessed, and these hungry human skeletons scavenge for scraps to allow their malnourished bodies to ... ...ence in the reduction of poverty and illiteracy. Will it open the door to human happiness? President Ghosh opened our conversation. --―L... ... Benedict backs efforts to reduce global warming and protect the planet‘s ecology. And many Americans, not only the Catholics, follow the Pope‘s ide... ...very level of education. Disease prevention, nutrition, physical fitness, ecology, family planning, marriage concerns, parenting and ecology. We tea... ...iage and parenthood. History and geography can be studied when looking at ecology, food production, and population movements. We can study philosophy... ... oceans—are causing diseases and deaths and are dooming a livable earthly ecology. ―Human history has been scourged by water borne diseases a...

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Children of Tomorrow: Guidelines for Raising Happy Children in the 21st Century

By: Rav Michael Laitman

...which is called “the spiritual world.” 12 c hildren of t omorrow A Need to Be Human Today Is the first time We feel, While still not understanding, T... ...derstanding, That the younger generation Is discovering A need To develop The “human” within. 13 Forging a head On a Different Frequency this generat... ...the problem with our education is that we are not building children t o become human beings. We give them knowledge, but we do not educate them in th... ...children how to relate to themselves and to others properly, t o be one, whole human being. 23 a n ew method instead, We give them technical informat... ...ence we are faced with a truly u nhappy generation. 24 c hildren of t omorrow Human Crisis t oday people cannot make discoveries in nature because w... ...s physics, chemistry, and geology. a t the vegetative level, it is botany and ecology. a t the animate level it is biology, zoology, and medicine. a...

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Halophytes : Ecological Anatomy Aspects

By: Marius Nicusor Grigore, Ph.D.

...ntific study began. Since then, there has been a small but steady increase in the numbers of scientific publications on the biochemistry, physiology, ecology and potential economic uses of halophytes. In recent years, the need to feed a burgeoning world population has focussed attention on limitations to agricultural production and the part halophytes might play in our abi...

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Tokyo to Tijuana: Gabriele Departing America

By: Steven David Justin Sills

...ature aborted and mutilated: still-death, genetic defects, and miscarriages. Human beings were rifted apart from each other by circumstances of separa... ...No, he thought, maybe that was just his own life. The transparencies of most humans were in order--the last of which would be old age and decay but wh... ...continual suffering. Reflexively jumping into pleasure like a lifebuoy, as a human did, what could one expect? One thing was sure: he had experienced... ... expect? One thing was sure: he had experienced a deep pain that his fellow humans wouldn't even give the briefest of stares if they could avoid it. ... ...nt of milk. He sipped and then rested its opening to his bottom lip. Why did human beings end in such closure? Why did they gain worth and awareness o... ...nt on how free to be greedy things could get without entirely destroying the ecology that was the base of it all whereas the original communism of Tro...

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The Marketing of Ideas and Social Issues

By: Seymour Fine

...ill prove valuable, too, to students and workers in other fields such as politics, human services and a broad spectrum of institutional endeavors. ... ...les. To my wife, Adell, I owe much of my inspiration, particularly in regard to humanistic and altruistic ideas. I here express my deepest appre... ...e basic than an attitude, e.g. the development of nuclear energy will endanger the human race. Diffusion. Dispersion or spread of knowledge across a... ...LEMS TO SOCIAL ISSUES TO SOCIAL CHANGE: A MACROPROCESS Apart from their place in human reasoning, ideas reside in yet another context, the phenomen... ... 15 The marketer of concepts is to social change what the pharmacist is to human health. C. M. Arensberg and A. H. Niehoff (1964) refer to n... ...nd material possessions. It tends to become more interested :c in such thrusts as ecology and cultural inventories" (Lazer and Kelley 1973, p. 489).... ...pertaining to such ever-present needs as health, crime prevention, world peace and ecology. But concepts arising from traumatic or short- lived circ... ...s formative period, Harold Kassarjian ( 1971 ), writing about the incorporation of ecology into marketing strategy, observed: "The cause is what swin... ... exciting joint ventures with social scientists and policymakers in such fields as ecology, social services, law, international development, educati...

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The Public Domain : Enclosing the Commons of the Mind

By: James Boyle

...s research grants and Bost Fellowships. My work on synthetic biology and the human genome was supported in part by a CEER grant from the National Huma... ... asked; “you’ve seen much worse than this.” And he had. There are patents on human genes, on auctions, on algorithms. 2 The U.S. Olympic Committee has... ...ntific re- search on the gene without the patent holder’s consent? Forbidding human reproduction? Can religions secure copyrights over their scriptures... ...or aliens? Even if American copyright law requires “an author,” presumably a human one? 9 Can they use those copyrights to discipline heretics or crit... ...hem, like the design of our telecommunications networks, or the patenting of human genes, or the relationship between copyright and free speech, are n... ... time, to rec- ognize its importance, and to change the way we thought about ecology, property, and economics in consequence. What we need is an envir... ...eeply influenced by two basic analytical frameworks. The first was the idea of ecology: the fragile, complex, and unpredictable interconnections between... ...rming. Despite the importance of these other factors, the ideas I mentioned— ecology and welfare economics—were extremely important for the environ- m... ...st as earth science built upon research into the fragile interconnections of ecology and on the Pigouvian analysis of eco- nomic externalities. I argu...

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The Soul Bearer

By: Jonathan Cross

...'m sure, however, you believe that the planet needs some help. You believe the ecology is under assault, and that we are polluting the environ­ ment... ...e are all serious. You give media attention to animal rights, civil rights, and human rights ... But what of the earth? .. What of the rights of the... ...ssible." Aaron's teeth gritted as his powerful arms rammed the pipe, with super human strength, into the black pit. The pipe inched downward, slowly... ...ergy. Even with his mind energized with the adrenaline of fear, and his su­ per human strength pumped to the maximum, Aaron's body was depleted, exh... ...ng. " "Don't take him lightly. He's a powerful Shaman. He has knowledge beyond human understanding and experience." "Was he asked by Seattle to pro... ... the law, but that he makes the law. Pierce corrupts people by working on their human weaknesses, and then blackmailing them into submission. It's a...

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Fuzzy Cognitive Maps and Neutrosophic Cognitive Maps

By: W. B. Vasantha Kandasamy and Florentin Smarandache

...So far Siraj et al [89] have used FCMs whose structure has been defined by human experts. Experiments are now ongoing that investigate the operationa... ... 63 A FCM using the above kind of table can be easily designed by the human domain experts and can be used to have a graphical model of the doma... ...e a graphical model of the domain. Sometimes it is not possible to have a human expert to model the domain because the number and complexity of the ... ...ure detection, decision making and planning (tasks usually performed by a human supervisor of the controlled process). In the upper level a superv... ...P#1) is an exploration of a technological artifact, adapted to the office ecology, which fills the same social and emotional niche as an office plant... ...of our notion of intimate technology, that is, technologies which address human needs and desires as opposed to technologies which meet exclusively ...

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The World Factbook: 1987

By: Central Intelligence Agency

..., United Federation of Honduran Workers (FUTH), Committee for the Defense of Human Rights in Honduras (CODEH), Coordinat- ing Committee of Popular Org... ...Organizations of Switzerland (POCH), Georg Degen, secretary; Federa- tion of Ecology Parties (GP), Laurent Rebeaud, president; Autonomous Socialist Pa... ...nt Program UNU: United Nations University HABITAT: United Nations Center for Human Settlements UNFPA: United Nations Fund for Population Activities Un...

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How to Do Animal Rights …legally, with confidence

By: Ben Isacat; Ben Isacat, Illustrator

...potential conflict with the law and how you can handle it. Find inspiration from biographies of a selection of animal rights activists. Recognise how humanity is devastating animal life globally. Gasp at the numbers of animals humans kill every year. Add topics to your armoury the well-rounded animal activist should know....

...Humans have been killing animals for millennia and now scientists acknowledge that we are living in a mass extinction of life caused by humanity. Added to this is an animal holocaust in which increasing numbers of people endl...

...we live in the Sixth Extinction. 1.3 Animal Holocaust 11 - we live in an enduring and worsening Animal Holocaust. 1.4 World Scientists' Warning to Humanity 12 - scientists attempt to alert the world to the impending catastrophe. 2 Philosophy: Key Topics 2.1 Animal Rights 16 - know what animal rights are. 2.2 Equal Consideration 21 - are animal and human moral in...

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