February 2010 Blog Posts (13)

Spring Wild Greens | Food Reporting

By Linda Cotrufello



We are blessed in the Pacific Northwest to have an early spring. Now is the time to start looking for nutrient packed and delicious wild greens to add to your diet. Here are a few easy to find greens and a few tips on how to prepare them. Do make sure you pick greens from unpolluted locations.…



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Added by Linda Cotrufello on February 21, 2010 at 12:30pm — No Comments

40 days, 40 spiritual leaders: A movie you can be in that will change everything - "The Shift" | Media Review

By Kim Carson



This is technology at its finest, fasting at its purest, feasting at its best, and a movie made by a movement that each of us can star in that will change the world. The Age of Aquarius is upon us! Thank God.



Lenten season begins today with Ash Wednesday, and for the next forty days many people will be fasting from a bad habit, worn-out routine, or negative personality trait. This wave of collective consciousness is an opportune… Continue

Added by Kim Carson on February 17, 2010 at 5:00pm — No Comments

Compassion & Unconditional Love

Love & Gratitude to you all. Unconditionally.

May you are yours be blessed and in a Spirit of Compassion & Joy on this beautiful day.

Namaste

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Added by Matthew Ronald Beausoleil on February 14, 2010 at 5:49pm — No Comments

EcoInvestments Opportunity

I'm putting the message out to those who may be or know someone interested in an incredible green business opportunity.



Eco Global Fuels LLC is a company that will be creating alcohol based carbon neutral transport fuels using solar/wind & geothermal as energy catalyst to create fuel derived from carbondioxide & water.

The technology is cost effective, efficient & reliable, most importantly proven.…



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Added by Matthew Ronald Beausoleil on February 14, 2010 at 5:30pm — No Comments

A Furry Valentine's Day | Announcement

VALENTINE'S DAY - SHARE THE LOVE

Friends of the Animal Shelter (FOTAS) has already begun celebrating its 20th Anniversary today, February 14th, 2010. It's a drizzly, overcast day but several volunteers have been playing in the agility yard with dogs, while other volunteers are cuddling cats and teasing kittens with feathers in the cat room at the Jackson County…

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Added by Friends of the Animal Shelter on February 14, 2010 at 1:30pm — No Comments

Soul Mate Love Story | Storytime

By Linda Cotrufello



This is in honor of My Beloved Johnny, who has inspired Me to new depths of Love, and assisted My expansion of who I truly Am. I Love You Johnny!




The day was sunny and filled with wonder. I decided to go for a walk down to the river where my dear friend Bella lived. I was about to knock on her front door when I was… Continue

Added by Linda Cotrufello on February 14, 2010 at 10:30am — No Comments

A Tale of (at least) Two Ashlands | Commentary

By Jeff Golden



Does every town have an establishment that plays by the rules and outsiders that would like to share some of the establishment's goodies? Ashland does, and this comes into focus every year at budget time,



Two nonprofits - the Visitors and Convention Bureau and the Shakespeare Festival - get most of the public dollars targeted for economic development and culture (which are close to one and the same in… Continue

Added by Jeff Golden on February 13, 2010 at 9:30am — No Comments

Breakfast at McDonald's: A story about kindness, acceptance, compassion | Storytime

By Anonymous



I am a mother of three (ages 14, 12, 3) and have recently completed my college degree.



The last class I had to take was Sociology. The teacher was absolutely inspiring with the qualities that I wish every human being had been graced with. Her last project of the term was called, 'Smile.' The class was asked to go out and smile at three people and document their reactions.…

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Added by Matthew Ronald Beausoleil on February 11, 2010 at 10:00pm — No Comments

What's love got to do with it? Astrology, science, and swamis explore relationships | Commentary

By Kim Carson



Why do we love who we love? Is it chemistry, karma, astrological compatibility, fear of loneliness, or a genuine heart connection of true love? And, does it matter? Isn’t it enough that we just love and the reasons for it irrelevant? Let’s see what some experts have to say.



Loving another person is…

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Added by Kim Carson on February 10, 2010 at 10:00am — No Comments

Escaping the Matrix by Edwin Harkness Spina | Mystic Warrior Newsletter



The Matrix
was one of the most popular and thought-provoking movies of all time. Viewers all over the world were captivated by the film’s primary message: People get into deep trouble when they mistake what they perceive for reality. What most viewers do not realize…

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Added by Ed Spina on February 9, 2010 at 1:00pm — No Comments

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Added by Matthew Ronald Beausoleil on February 9, 2010 at 2:30am — 2 Comments

Crystalline Clearings | Commentary

By Sheryl Jai



At the end of August 09 I was awakened again, which was quite an extraordinary experience. So now I am doing what I am calling now Crystalline Clearings, it is a love evolution and it is from the power of the crystalline energies from the cosmos to humanity at this time.



It is also based on the 12 years of experience that I have had working… Continue

Added by Shazna Jai on February 6, 2010 at 10:30pm — No Comments

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New database reveals plants' secret relationships with fungi | Phys.org

Leiden researchers have compiled information collected by scientists over the past 120 years into a database of plant-fungal interactions. This important biological data is now freely available for researchers and nature conservationists. Publication in New Phytologist.

Project in Morocco combines hemp and solar to go totally off grid | Hemp Today

A team of organizations has completed construction of a ground-breaking eco-building in Morocco that combines hemp construction with a high-tech solar energy system for total independence from the electrical grid. The SUNIMPLANT project, designed as a single-family dwelling, was created as an entrant in the recent “Solar Decathlon” organized by the United States Department of Energy and Morocco’s Centre de recherche en Energie solaire et Energies nouvelles. The biannual international competition challenges teams of students to design and construct solar-powered buildings. The most recent edition was hosted in Ben Guerir, Morocco, the first time the competition has been held on the African continent.

Arundhati Roy: Our Task is to Disable the Engine | Progressive International

While the human race is momentarily incarcerated, and even as a record-size hole opens in the ozone layer above the Arctic, the earth has given us an indication of her ability to heal. Even in our moments of sickness and loss we cannot help but hold our collective breath in wonder at the show she has put on. But plans are afoot to put an end to all of that. In India, for example, just in these last few days, a large portion of a tiger reserve is about to be turned over to a religious gathering—the Kumbh Mela—which attracts tens of millions of Hindu pilgrims. An elephant reserve in Assam is being marked off for coal mining, and thousands of acres of pristine Himalayan forest in Arunachal Pradesh marked off for submergence by the reservoir of a new hydroelectric dam. Meanwhile, not to be outdone, President Trump has signed an executive order allowing mining on the moon.

What Dam Removals Can Do for a River | Outside Online

Rising from the Ashes, from Trout Unlimited, follows the scientists studying the summer steelhead resurgence in Washington’s Elwha River. Since the removal of the Elwha Dam in 2011 and the Glines Canyon Dam in 2014, these fish are now free to run from the Pacific Ocean up into the Olympic Peninsula.

This New Electric Jet Concept Uses Air Friction to Generate Power | Robb Report

While the most current trend in business aviation is all about creating the next generation of electric and hybrid-powered aircraft, a new kind of space race could emerge if the physics actually support the theory behind Eather One. Designer Michal Bonikowski’s concept is probably four or five generations ahead of the current mode of thinking, but Bonikowski told Robb Report that he was inspired by the recent Maveric concept by Airbus. “That aircraft’s unique design helps reduce drag while providing more cabin space,” he said. “I have been thinking a lot about this lately, and wondered what could happen if a big company would like to create an electric plane.”

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