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In Defense of the Human Individual — Dr Robert J. Burrowes

Robert J. Burrowes PhD ​While it is now very late in the life cycle of homo sapiens, with extinction now due to consign us to Earth’s fossil record – see ‘Will humans be extinct by 2026?’ – I would like to make a belated pitch for the importance of the human individual and why nurturing each […]

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A WORLD FEDERATION — by Prof John Scales Avery

Prof John Scales Avery, PhDwas part of a group that shared the 1995 Nobel Peace Prize​ A “With law shall our land be built up, but with lawlessness laid waste.”Njal’s Saga, Iceland, c 1270 AD Quick Navigation The present United Nations CharterWhy call war an “institution”?A World FederationThe success of federationsLaws binding on individualsGreatly increased financial […]

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The Psychology of Fascism — by Robert J. Burrowes

Robert J. Burrowes PhDHonorary Editor, Ground Report IndiaThe continuing rise of fascism around the world is drawing increasing attention particularly as it takes firmer grip within national societies long seen to have rejected it. Some recent studies have reminded us of the characteristics of fascist movements and individuals, particularly as they manifest among politically active fascists. […]

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THE IMPORTANCE OF ALTERNATIVE MEDIA – by Prof. John Scales Avery

Prof John Scales Avery, PhDwas part of a group that shared the 1995 Nobel Peace Prize The superficiality of today’s televisionThe wealth and power of the establishmentNewspapers and warThe mass media and our present crisisOur duty to future generations The superficiality of today’s televisionSocial critic Neil Postman contrasted the futures predicted in Nineteen Eighty-Four and Brave […]

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THE INFORMATION EXPLOSION –by Prof John Scales Avery

Prof John Scales Avery, PhDwas part of a group that shared the 1995 Nobel Peace Prize​I would like to announce the publication of a new book entitled “The Information Explosion”. This book discusses the role of information in evolution, and especially in the evolution of human culture. Articles and book chapters that I have previously written […]

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Trump’s Step Beyond the ‘Art of the Deal’ Changes Everything –Alastair Crooke

ALASTAIR CROOKEFormer British diplomat, founder and director of the Beirut-based Conflicts Forum Nahum Barnea writing in Yedioth Ahronoth sets out, plainly enough, the gamble underway between Israel and Iran (and to which Trump is willing accessory): In the wake of the US exit from JCPOA, Trump will threaten a rain of ‘fire and fury’ onto […]

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Dr. Babu Stephen, Ajay Ghosh among seven honored with Excellence Award by NAMAM

Ajay Ghosh A community activist & leader, a successful businessman, an industrialist, a scientist, a renowned musician, two young prodigies, an organ donor, and a journalist were honored at a colorful bi-annual NAMAM Excellence Award 2018 ceremony held at the Royal Albert Palace, Edison, New Jersey on April 28th, 2018. What stood out at the long-awaited […]

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Climate Change and us the People –Chaitanya Davé

Chaitanya Davé We do not inherit the earth from our ancestors, we borrow it from our children.Native American Proverb Global warming or Climate Change is real. The earth and its atmosphere, oceans and rivers are getting warmer and warmer year after year. Out of last 17 years, 16 were the warmest in the history in […]

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The Long Road of Charles Maurras: Cultural Regionalist to Narrow Nationalist

Rene Wadlow Charles Maurras: 20 April 1868 -16 November 1952 At a time when there is a growth in many parts of Europe of a narrow nationalism often linked to xenophobia and violence, it is useful to look at the  life of Charles Maurrras and what he called “integral nationalism”.  Maurras is in many ways the […]

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Harvard Environmental Law Review details deep sea mining’s threats to climate, biodiversity, and indigenous peoples; calls for precautionary new legal standards

The Harvard Environmental Law Review published an article entitled, “Broadening Common Heritage: Addressing Gaps in the Deep Sea Mining Regulatory Regime.” The article provides a new perspective on the incipient global industry of seabed mining, heralded as the next extractive frontier despite growing concerns and opposition from civil society, scientific experts, and indigenous groups worldwide. “Deep […]

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THE DEVIL’S DYNAMO –John Scales Avery

Prof John Scales Avery, PhDwas part of a group that shared the 1995 Nobel Peace Prize​I would like to announce the publication of a new book entitled “The Devil’s Dynamo”. It is a collection of articles and book chapters that I have written about the way in which military-industrial complexes throughout the world drive and perpetuate […]

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Brain Drain Continues –Chaitanya Davé

Chaitanya DavéHonourary Editor, Ground Report India Ever since 1960s, immigration of medical doctors to America and other western countries continues unabated. It is noteworthy that India supplies the largest number of Medical Graduates to the US. With 59,523 physicians of Indian origin working in the English speaking Western world (the US, UK, Australia and Canada combined), India […]

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The Global Elite is Insane Revisited –Robert J. Burrowes

Robert J. Burrowes PhDHonourary Editor, Ground Report IndiaIn 2014 I wrote an article titled ‘The Global Elite is Insane’. I want to elaborate what I explained in the earlier article so that people have a clearer sense of what we are up against in our struggle to create a world of peace, justice and ecological […]

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On Track for Extinction: Can Humanity Survive? –Robert J. Burrowes

Robert J. Burrowes PhDHonourary Editor, Ground Report India Anyone reading the scientific literature (or the progressive news outlets that truthfully report this literature) knows that homo sapiens sapiens is on the fast track to extinction, most likely some time between 2025 and 2040. For a taste of the evidence in this regard focusing on the climate, see […]

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Ecuador Endangered –John Seed

John SeedOrder of Australia Medal (OAM)by the Australian Government The tropical Andes of Ecuador are at the top of the world list of biodiversity hotspots in terms of vertebrate species, endemic vertebrates, and endemic plants. Ecuador has more orchid and hummingbird species than Brazil, which is 32 times larger, and more diversity than the entire […]

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Spherons’ Sociocybernetic MegaScience : Global Breakthrough of Business and Governance to Genetic Structural Harmony of Social Production and Universal Peace – Gene Therapy of Pathological Societies

Prof Leo SemashkoFundamental scientific pillars to innovate sociocybernetics, sociology, economics, statistics and other social sciences.Intellectual summary of the GHA 13th anniversaryWorld “is waiting for new scientific solutions that will change the quality of people’s lives … the creation of internationally competitive products and breakthrough technologies.”Vladimir Putin, February 8, 2018http://en.kremlin.ru/events/president/news/56827 “The overall overriding goal of all Russians […]

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Invitation of Papers for the 42nd International Course on the The Future of Religion: The Dialectic of Secularization

Prof Rudolf J. SiebertProfessor of Religion and SocietyIUC Course  Director  and Yalta Course Director,Director of the WMU Center for Humanistic Future StudiesWestern Michigan UniversityDepartment of Comparative ReligionKalamazoo, Michigan, USAHonourary International Advisor, Ground Report India IUC Dubrovnik, Croatia. Inter University Centre of the Western Michigan University, USACall for Papers for the 42nd International Course on theThe Future […]

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