Introducing the book... "Why We Fail To Use Our Brains (Recreating Ourselves to Avert the Death of Civilization)"... a concise synopsis by Ed Middleswart exploring why we do the senseless things we do ... or the relationship between evolutionary psychology and radical ecology.
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CIRF -- Center for Individual Responsibility and Freedom... "wave of the future"
Essays & Articles:
Napo River, Amazonian rim, Ecuador
*Cement Scultpture Pix
*Market Globalization... The winners and Losers
*The Evolution of Intelligence
*The "Drug War" and the 14th Amendment
*The Amazonian Rim via Ecuador
Ed Middleswart
Ten Commandments or Principles Helping Reason Prevail over Nonsense
*Thinking Sustainability
By Chapter:
Mimbres hot springs, New Mexico
The CIRF9 ... Nine key policy changes promoting welfare and quality of life in terms of freedom, justice and prosperity.
*Mysteries of Science... Thinking about the Unknowns
*Our Prison Nation and Acts between Consenting Adults
*Forseeing Vulnerability in a Chaotic World
(the mystery continues...)
"Those who can make you believe in absurdities can make you commit atrocities" (Voltaire)
Afterthoughts (some more appropriate quotes and anons):

* Our politicians are like bad horsemen... they spend so much effort staying in the saddle they forget where they are headed.

* The most important lesson we may learn from history is that people often fail to learn from history.

* Growth for the sake of growth is the mentality of cancer.

* Democracy is like trying to run a circus from the monkey cage. (H. L. Mencken)
*How "Foreign Aid" Creates Poverty
"How fortunate for governments that the people they administer do not think." (Adolph Hitler)
*Why US Poverty Will Grow
1) The Teachings
2) Voices of Our Nature
3) Recreating the Self
4) Recreating the World
5) The Struggles Against Totalitarianism
6) Balancing Justice and Economics (recently updated)
7) Developing Principles
*Performance Basing Society
*Our "P" Factor... The Neglected Intelligence