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Newly Released Book "Dawning of the Corona Age" by Ashland Source Center Founder & Organizer | Liberty International

Five months of intensive research, collating 670 research and news sources, are compacted in this succinct, readable and entertaining 167-page compendium about the “pandemic”. It provides a comprehensive overview for those with an open mind, still willing to learn, to expand perspectives far beyond media tidbits. This is the Dawning of the Corona…

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Added by Ashland Source Center on August 14, 2020 at 9:31am — No Comments

Menopause

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I'm truly inspired and motivated when I hear these women speak, and so honored to be one of them again. My day is Feb. 11th. Humbled..…

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Added by Suzanne Mathis McQueen on January 26, 2016 at 5:37am — No Comments

Local Mount Shasta Area Native Healers at The Best of Mt Shasta Conference & Festival



See Video at https://youtu.be/mMx8vtMcNFE

JULY 24 from 9 am to 9 pm



First of three days and evenings July 24-26

The Best of Mt Shasta Conference & Festival

At the Mt Shasta City Park

LOCAL MOUNT SHASTA AREA NATIVE…

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Added by The Best of Mt Shasta on May 5, 2015 at 12:58pm — No Comments

A Fee on Atmospheric Pollution: Exploring the Options

Everyone is against pollution.  Yet we continue to pollute our atmosphere with gases that drive global warming and the climate chaos we are experiencing.  Without concerted and urgent action we will exhaust the pollution allowance for holding global warming within the critical two degrees Centigrade above the pre-industrial level.   Because power utilities and fossil fuel users are allowed to pump this pollution into our atmosphere with no charge, their energy can outcompete renewable energy…

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Added by Alan Journet on March 24, 2015 at 7:26pm — No Comments

Stop Jackson County Cannabis Tax

Added by Ashland Source Center on February 27, 2015 at 12:30pm — No Comments

Oregon Man Licensed To Grow Hemp, Needs Seeds To Plant

SALEM, Ore. (AP) -- Oregon state regulators have issued the first license to grow industrial hemp in Oregon.



Now, Capital Press reports, Edgar Winters of Eagle Point just has to figure out how to get seeds to plant.



That was a question last year in Kentucky and Colorado, two states in the forefront of growing hemp for products such as clothing, food and cosmetics.



The plant is illegal under federal law, and seeds will have to be imported. Oregon officials say…
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Added by Ashland Source Center on February 23, 2015 at 5:54pm — No Comments

Southern Oregon Climate Action Now Special Topic & Monthly Meeting

“The Not-for-Profit World beyond Capitalism”

One of our most closely cherished illusions is that of unlimited economic growth; we run it up the flagpole as the solution to every major problem.   The myth of unlimited economic growth permeates our cultural, economic, and political life.  We seem to forget that we live on a finite planet with finite resources and a finite ability to process our waste.  Global warming is a result of our emitting waste gases produced from our economic…

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Added by Alan Journet on February 17, 2015 at 9:41pm — No Comments

Southern Oregon Climate Action Now Special Topic & Monthly Meeting

PRESS RELEASE:  For Immediate Release

DATE:  January 9th 2015

CONTACT: Alan Journet, Co-facilitator, Southern Oregon Climate Action Now
[email protected]; 541-301-4107

SUBJECT: Can Technology Provide a Feasible Bridge to a Renewable…

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Added by Alan Journet on January 9, 2015 at 8:57pm — No Comments

Dancing Salmon Home - A SOCAN event

Salmon are probably the most well-known icons of the Pacific Northwest.  They are beloved for their recreational value, commercial value, and cultural importance to Native Americans. When salmon are lost from our rivers and streams, efforts to stimulate their return garner tremendous public support.

The award-winning hour long film portraying efforts by the Winnemem Wintu tribe to reintroduce salmon to the McCloud River in Northern California will be shown at the next meeting of…

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Added by Alan Journet on November 22, 2014 at 11:33am — No Comments

Why Say 'No' to LNG?

The Jordan Cove LNG Pipeline would carry fracked natural gas across Oregon for export at Coos Bay.  At the next Southern Oregon Climate Action Now meeting at Medford Public Librarty on Tuesday October 28th at 6:00 pm, SOCAN Co-facilitator Alan Journet and Robyn Janssen of Rogue Riverkeeper will explain why it’s a bad idea.  An hour Action Meeting will follow.

Added by Alan Journet on October 23, 2014 at 2:11pm — No Comments

Fall Courses Available on Global Warming / on Climate Disruption

Temperature are rising! Snowfall is dwindling! Wildfire conditions are extending! That we are experiencing an unusually disrupted climate is hard to miss.  But what is causing it? Is it all a natural cycle? What is it doing, and can we do anything about it?

These are the questions that Alan Journet, Co-facilitator of Southern Oregon Climate Action Now will answer in a series of courses to be offered locally this fall.

For those wanting a full and detailed discussion, through…

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Added by Alan Journet on August 17, 2014 at 5:43am — No Comments

People's Climate March @ Next SOCAN Meeting

The People’s Climate March (http://peoplesclimate.org/march/), is anticipated to be the largest demonstration of public concern about climate change that has ever been held. Slated for New York City on September 21st it will coincide with the United Nations Climate Summit.   The New York People’s Climate March in September plus Oregon solidarity events will be the subject of the Southern Oregon Climate Action Now Special Topic at our…

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Added by Alan Journet on August 12, 2014 at 2:51pm — No Comments

Chasing Ice at SOCAN Monthly MNeeting

Directed by Jeff Orlowski, “Chasing Ice” is the stunning 2012 filmed account of James Balog’s Extreme Ice Survey. The film, having won awards at film festivals all over the world, will be featured at the next Southern Oregon Climate Action Now meeting on July 29th @ 6:00 pm at the Medford Public Library.   Admission is free, but donations to SOCAN are encouraged.

By means of time lapse photography, Balog documented one of the most dramatic consequences of our warming…

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Added by Alan Journet on July 2, 2014 at 10:51am — No Comments

Are Carbon Offsets a Solution?

It is well understood that our use of fossil fuel for generating energy is causing the climate change that has stimulated our weird climate and that our weird climate will only become more disastrous with time unless we reduce our emissions of gases substantially and immediately.  We also know that our day-to-day living and travel are contributing to the problem.  As a result, the more conscientious among us make sincere efforts to reduce our emissions.  But we still find it difficult to…

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Added by Alan Journet on June 6, 2014 at 11:07am — No Comments

Solar Energy Thrives in the Rogue Valley: A Southern Oregon Climate Action Now Event

In terms of promoting renewable non-carbon polluting energy sources, one of the fastest growing developments is solar energy.  This is just as true in the Rogue Valley as it is elsewhere.  One of the most influential programs promoting solar installation in residential and commercial locations in the valley has been ‘Rogue Solar.’  Initially managed by the Rogue Valley Council of Governments, this program is now administered by Medford-based RHT Energy Solutions, specialists in commercial,…

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Added by Alan Journet on May 9, 2014 at 10:33pm — No Comments

Tina Malia Returns to Ashland April 30th

Singer, songwriter Tina Malia performs in concert with cellist/multi-instrumentalist Hans Christian at The Havurah in Ashland on April 30th.  Local tickets at Spirit of Shakti, 4th & A St or for credit card orders go to:…

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Added by Linda Cotrufello on April 21, 2014 at 7:49am — No Comments

Twenty-Five Years of The Seat of the Soul

Twenty–five years ago I published a book that I did not know if anyone would read. My publisher had been waiting seven years for a sequel to my first book, The Dancing Wu Li Masters: An Overview of the New Physics. The manuscript I gave her was entirely different, but she published it anyway in Spring 1989. I called the new book The Seat of the Soul. This book immediately began to help people in meaningful ways, and…

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Added by Seat of the Soul Institute on April 4, 2014 at 4:13pm — No Comments

Homage to Pete Seeger

Pete Seeger Homage - Flower's Gone

Pete Seeger Homage - Flower's Gone
Pete Seeger Homage - Flower's Gone - Wikipedia: http://bit.ly/1f8n4ns…

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Added by Steven M. on January 31, 2014 at 11:30am — No Comments

Evolutionary Activism: Being Here Now

“If we could change ourselves, the tendencies in the world would also change.” ~ Mahatma Gandhi

As we survey the many perspectives and manifestations of all that is occurring and intensifying globally, we might ask ourselves:

...How did it come to this? …

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Added by Fatima on October 22, 2013 at 3:30pm — No Comments

ROSES ARE RED VIOLETS ARE BLUE___________YOU!

Added by RAINBOW BEING on August 10, 2013 at 10:59am — No Comments

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Mental Health, Substance Use, and Suicidal Ideation During the COVID-19 Pandemic — United States, June 24–30, 2020 | MMWR

Overall, 40.9% of 5,470 respondents who completed surveys during June reported an adverse mental or behavioral health condition, including those who reported symptoms of anxiety disorder or depressive disorder (30.9%), those with TSRD symptoms related to COVID-19 (26.3%), those who reported having started or increased substance use to cope with stress or emotions related to COVID-19 (13.3%), and those who reported having seriously considered suicide in the preceding 30 days (10.7%) (Table 1). At least one adverse mental or behavioral health symptom was reported by more than one half of respondents who were aged 18–24 years (74.9%) and 25–44 years (51.9%), of Hispanic ethnicity (52.1%), and who held less than a high school diploma (66.2%), as well as those who were essential workers (54.0%), unpaid caregivers for adults (66.6%), and who reported treatment for diagnosed anxiety (72.7%), depression (68.8%), or PTSD (88.0%) at the time of the survey.

Scientists baffled at disappearance of influenza... but is it really gone, or just masked by Covid-19? | RT Op-ed

There has been a 98% plummet in flu infections this year, dispelling fears of a Covid and flu ‘twin-demic’ about which many had warned. Experts say we can thank masks and social distancing. But does this really add up? Although there is no mass testing for flu as there is for Covid, the WHO says that surveillance of data from around the world shows flu rates collapsing everywhere. Australia essentially ‘skipped’ their flu season this year, with not a single case reported since July (their peak). In fact, flu has more or less vanished throughout the Southern Hemisphere, and early indicators suggest it will follow suit north of the equator. What can explain this unprecedented decline?

Nursing home workers forced to make tough decisions as COVID-19 spread | Business Insider

Nursing homes have been especially hard-hit by the COVID-19 pandemic and workers in those facilities have been forced to make some difficult decisions on a professional and personal level. While nursing homes only make up 1% of the US population, according to the Associated Press, they account for a significantly larger percentage of COVID-19 infections compared to the overall population.  As of this writing, there are 8.3 million people infected with the coronavirus in the US, and over 222,000 have died. 

Why can’t we talk about the Great Barrington Declaration? | The Spectator

You probably haven’t heard of the Great Barrington Declaration. This is a petition started by three scientists on 4 October calling for governments to adopt a policy of ‘focused protection’ when it comes to Covid-19. They believe those most at risk should be offered protection — although it shouldn’t be mandatory — and those not at risk, which is pretty much everyone under 65 without an underlying health condition, should be encouraged to return to normal. In this way, the majority will get infected and then recover, gradually building up herd immunity, and that in turn will mean the elderly and the vulnerable no longer have to hide themselves away. According to these experts, this is the tried and tested way of managing the risk posed by a new infectious disease, dating back thousands of years.

The Simple Case Against the Newsom Autocracy | Capitol Quagmire

When the Michigan Supreme Court struck down that state’s Emergency Powers of the Governor Act as unconstitutional, it adopted the very arguments we are making in our case against Gov. Newsom.

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