Do people understand why there was a financial crisis? And now it is a rolling, on-going emotional roller coaster ride. Well, there are two views, one built on numbers, the other formed by consciousness.
In the nineties, Starbucks took-off in the manner of MacDonalds, -eventually there was one on every block USA. By the time 9/11 occurred, the population was sufficiently sped-up to over-react on every emotional front, resulting in over-reaction to the trauma of being attacked, and, a miltitary reaction. On a massive scale, people were and are now drinking more coffee, stronger coffee, and pumping energy into everything they do, like for example believing that the growth would continue unabated, without correction. Boom Town USA.
The ride was accompanied by a continuing revolution, something faster and more dramatic than evolution, where technology was packing our creative minds with more tools, more options, more info-scape jungle than the human being had ever imagined. Going to the moon was a mere fact. The age of The Bible was over, and the new bible was built on writing individual bibles, one for anybody interested in scripting salvation, for that is what creativity is to the human. An unbelievable explosion of potential is upon us. Are you a believer? Are you ready?
So when the elections finally arrived after 8 years of critical renunciation against the traditional conventions of power, the discussion turns to health insurance, but nobody talks about health. In the nineties, cigarette smoking was appraised as to the future cost to taxpayers in caring for the resulting smoker's diseases on a mass level. Huge!
What we are looking at, in terms of a trillions dollar bail-out, is the caffeine disease.
If politicians must talk about health care insurance, every time they speak to people, their words ought to be prefaced with attention to healthy living. Make it a law.
Experts Conclude Pfizer Manipulated Studies By STEPHANIE SAUL
Published: October 8, 2008
The drug maker Pfizer earlier this decade manipulated the publication of scientific studies to bolster the use of its epilepsy drug Neurontin for other disorders, while suppressing research that did not support those uses, according to experts who reviewed thousands of company documents for plaintiffs in a lawsuit against the company.
Pfizer’s tactics included delaying the publication of studies that had found no evidence the drug worked for some other disorders, “spinning” negative data to place it in a more positive light, and bundling negative findings with positive studies to neutralize the results, according to written reports by the experts, who analyzed the documents at the request of the plaintiffs’ lawyers.
William Wheeler Anderson IMYIM, I am why I am
Fundamentals of The American Spirituality Party
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