Welcome to the future flour(y) pow(d)er fostering, potentially fastest and already (for sure) the most solid(ly formatted) prose-poetry on earth (about 7 Megs spread out across over 88 files ((averaging over 88 K'z colourful concept- harmonized and hyrarchical wordsequences, including 4 megs worth of images, even)) worth of contextual): BLABS=Bottom Line Aphoristically Ballistic Solutionswhich can, want to and will (dis)solve all uncivilly polarizing centralizations (break up and open (c)lumpy niches and lumpynesses, wether they be institutionally animated or simply, inertly dormant(yet animatable),by pushing the logistic limits (to light) inventively, notably those (rocks) constraining vertical metabolisms (of trees).                Should you encounter colours you can neither eyeball nor stomach here, don't get upset nor tell me my page is inaccesible, just scroll your mouse across offending and eyesore segments or get rid of 'm at a double stroke:Ctrl + a; voila, your favorite highlight colours! (if you have bothered to spec your prefs on the hopefully public machines you use. Please help if not end private property of communication and other flowing or infrastructably conveyables, at least unblock access to nonmolestering worthies).
For my second priority issues file; on the Balkan crisis come this way for evidence of things like gulf war syndrome repeats booming and looming (a post by OBRL on the rising toxicity at http://www.nettime.org/nettime.w3archive/199904/msg00071.html)
Poetpiet´s recently browsed net adresses; sorry, unhypered (except for some hot items), mostly just DIY; choose an adress by moving your mouse over it with the button pressed down: to copy selected adress, push keys: Ctrl + c, ta-tap, the first key slightly before the second one); now use mouse to place cursor in the location bar and push Ctrl + v and the return key to fibreflash to it if you're lucky.   Other (only partly hypered)(more recent but similar) link files at this site are: commendablinklist.htm and new_links.htm and an  (almost fully hypered) second priority file with Balkan sites, lists and (re)commentdations      The next (fifth) linklist is in the process of growing here          For more (insi(gh)te to(with)insite) links, see the navigaid below.      This file offers links in the following categories, similar to earlier linkfiles (see links at the top) though slightly different:   trees(for a badly needed breather if you just came back from my balkan file for instance or worse the Balkan itself!)      logistics, translations and searches          news-servic          politics    money   indigenes   native american    South american indigenes    Aboriginal and pacific regions    restorative justice    human rights:    communards (raw food and landtrusts)   activists:    white activism:    black activism:    red activism:     plain green:    deeper green:    deepest green:    innovative therapy:    global stuff    peace:    dan's links (conspiracy and brilliance):    technical innovation    (on) finnegan's wake (wordsaladoxology):    Arnold Keyserling (plus a neat orrery site)    irreverent and humourous sites:

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trees: http://www.btinternet.com/~fulton/th-links.htm(treehouses)
http://burningart.com/meico/atlantis/index.html (impressive gallery but overbearingly rigid impositionings and constrictoid limbchoke styles; a little sound advice to counter this tendency is to be found in: http://www.forestry.uga.edu/docs/for96-51.html)

logistics, translations and searches:   My favorite search link: http://www.metacrawler.com
http://www.searchenginewatch.com/facts/searches.html (what do people search for)
http://babelfish.altavista.digital.com.cgi-bin/ (that's a translator; doesn't seem to like anything toocomplicated yet)          http://www.savvysearch.com/custom (metasearch; up to a hundred custom picked)         http://www.google.com/more.html (search)          http://www.webjump.com/ (You'll get 25 MB of disk space with no limits on bandwidth and no setup fees. We simply place a banner ad on your web pages - that's it!)            http://www.hacks.mit.edu             http://i.am/jruud
news-services:  http://prorev.com/indexa.htm (progressive review)         http://www.ainfos.ca (anarchist information)
weblogs:    http://www.NewsTrolls.com         http://www.robotwisdom.com/ (new adress of jorn barger's weblog)         http://catless.ncl.ac.uk/Lindsay/bookmarks.html ('digitessor' making distributed and mobile computing work besides doing and listing weblogs, colour software and more)         obscure store.com (bizarre stuff)         http://www.ntk.net (need to know; UK hi-tech news)         http://www.zolatimes.com         http://www.groksoup.com (links to some of the following weglogs)         http://www.flutterby.com         http://www.csl.mtu.edu/~jowilson/weblog/         http://jungletraining.com/colombia.htm (private intelligence)         http://www.stratfor.com/services/giu/region/weurope/ (private intelligence)         http://www.tnr.com (the new republic, a long running left of center publication)         http://www.pbs.org (public broadcasting service)         http://www.chapperraltree.com/honeyguide (log)         http://home.sprintmail.com/~jruudatniagara/links.html (weblog in biology especially)

politics:  http://www.etext.org/Politics/Spunk/library/consensu/sp000760.txt   The Tyranny of Structurelessness - A classic essay by Jo Freeman on the perils of psuedo-non-heirarchal structures and the lack of accountability, inefficiency, and frustration that can result. Her end-of-the-article suggestions are extremely valuable. I've been told that someone wrote an excellent response called, "The Tyranny of Tyranny," but I've never seen it. Is it possible that critiques of consensus can get half-way around the world while consensus-boosterism is still trying to decide which boot to put on first? This is online on the excellent anarchist "Spunk" site, which, if you travel up several levels, has an extensive and impressive anarchist archive.                     the 2 following sites were noted in an earlier linkfile and are fortunately making good on a promising start. Apparantly their names are good enough to be true...             http://www.fair.org (fairness and accuracy in reporting;)                  http://www.accuracy.org  (see their recent article on the changing patronage at an influential thinktank: the Cato institute)                       http://www.transparancy.de(this one will prove to fit the category I'm sure)             http://www.jubillenium.co.il/index.asp.html (too nice a name for such a mundane, quotidian and meager not to say mediocre site)                http://www.psrast.org/newart.htm (Physicians and Scientists for Responsible Application of Science and Technology)                  http://www.constitution.org/cs_separ.htm (info on 19 Separatist and Independence Movements)              http://www.txdirect.net/users/redneck/secede.html                 www.militia-watchdog.com              http://www.radicalparty.org/home.htm (transnational radical party; NGO in consultative status with the UN; in Italian and English in part, others include french and spanish. Their platform contains the following points: UNIVERSALABOLITION OF THE DEATH PENALTY ESTABLISHMENT OF AN INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL COURT ANTIPROHIBITIONIST REFORM OF DRUG LAWS AND INTERNATIONAL CONVENTIONS CONCERNING DRUGS.   ADOPTION OF AN INTERNATIONAL AUXILIARY LANGUAGE FOR INTERNATIONAL COMMUNICATION       FREEDOM FOR TIBET,   DEMOCRACY IN CHINA )                   http://EatTheState.org/                   ncesa.org (national center for economic and security alternatives; a good balance between brilliantly alternative, unencumbered fresh beginnings and large corporate philanth- remedying; nonprofit and alternative currencies as well as Ford, Carnegie, Rockefeller and all the other flippoes with a bad conscience; one example from their linklist: http://www.isn.ethz.ch/ which led me to http://www.frankcass.com/jnls/nep.htm; a journal about nationalism and ethic politics with online abstacts and: http://www.incore.ulst.ac.uk/ecrd/index.html, which stands for initiative on conflict resolution and ethicity. It is a Nothern Ireland (Ulster U) based PdF format user and presenter)            united.non-profit.nl (national center for economic and security altenatives) (mostly concerned with antiracism/illegality; countering globalism, opportunistic conflict creation and other typically left wing contradictions)                 http://www.enviroweb.org/earthrights/ (landreform, Henry George related; contact: Alanna Hartzok, State Coordinator of the Pennsylvania Fair Tax Coalition and United Nations NGO Representative, 123 South Second Street, Chambersburg, PA 17201, Phone/FAX: 717-263-2820, E-mail: earthrts@pa.net)
finally the correct URL!!: http://obelix.soe.oeaw.ac.at/w4g/conf97 (results of a conference on rating;  towards voluntary association outgrowing mop-up politics; some highlights: http://www.parent.qub.ac.uk/users/drn/prefer
http://www.qub.ac.uk/mgt/papers/prefer/olpref.html#Plans (electronic 'preferendums') http://thing.at/pvl (some of the organizers of the abovementioned conference)            http://www.vcn.bc.ca/timework (Tom Walker's obscure site featuring Walter Benjamin)               http://hhh.umn.edu/pubpol/pubpol.htm

Some more articles by Chossudovsky (besides the ones listed in my balkan crisis file) about the inconsistencies between money and politics, not to mention religion now). The first one however, is a critical one about his sources and lack of workable proposals:        http://csf.colorado.edu/lists/pen-l/apr99/msg02924.html
on the Brazilian financial crisis:  http://wwwdb.ix.de/tp/english/special/eco/6373/1.html
on global poverty and the financial crisis:  http://aidc.org.za/archives/global_imp_and_IMF.html (at Alternative Information & Development Centre in South Africa) http://www.transnational.org/features/chossu_worldbank.html
http://www.transnational.org/features/g7solution.html             http://www.twnside.org.sg/souths/twn/title/scam-cn.htm
http://www.interlog.com/~cjazz/chossd.htm           http://www.heise.de/tp/english/special/eco/
http://heise.xlink.de/tp/english/special/eco/6099/1.html#anchor1          http://www.interlog.com/~cjazz/chossd.htm(FINANCIAL WARFARE, By Michel Chossudovsky, Monday, 21 September 1998;   Department of Economics,  University of Ottawa,  Ottawa, K1N6N5  Voice box: 1-613-562-5800, ext. 1415    Fax: 1-514-425-6224    E-Mail: chossudovsky@sprint.ca (see balkan links above as well)                 some more related csf finds:     http://csf.colorado.edu/lists/pen-l/jun99/0671.htm, http://csf.colorado.edu/lists/pen-l/jun99/0658.htm and http://csf.colorado.edu/lists/pen-l/jun99/0672.htm (a series of exchanges on the infamously cynical, sarcastic, not to say satanic World Bank memo)            http://www.foreignpolicy-infocus.org/briefs/ifbrfndx.html (includes a subscribable progress report);
http://www.preamble.org/IMF/imf.htm          http://www.larouchepub.com/weimar.html (I have known about these guys a long time (ever since I started going through Newark Airport in the early 80ties) cooky outfit this one (they cockily and technocratically advocate nuclear energy, colonization of mars, scoff at the ozone hole, etc. However, they were instrumental on exposure of Dupont's new patent manouverings and have a very extensive intelligence network of which this bit called: "IMF DEMANDS WEIMAR-STYLE HYPERINFLATION" is a neat example; look for tennenbaum on math and harmonics too)             http://www.eirna.com (a bilingual (G and E) rag called: Executive Intelligence Review, founded in 1974 by the American economist (power monger and mixed bag (pro mars colonization; contra usury, etc)  Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr. )
money: http://www.monetary-reform.on.ca/  (I will submit my link: intro_to_currency_issues.htm  soon)           http://www.abf.nl (a dutch bank with 'zuiver geweten winst')        http://www.monrobey.co (real estate backed money)           http://www.transaction.net  discusses a socalled stone society  as one of their 30 or so conference topics at; an attempt in the tradition of Josiah Warren, Theodor Hertzka, Joseph Conrad and other community currency innovators               http://www.ganesa.com/ecotopia/hubbert/hubecon.htm (A Jay Hanson (http://www.dieoff.com/page149.htm)  inspiration for a better world; energy units vs something only the wealthy can afford to handle, value, hold and/ordestabilize)            http://dieoff.com/page152.htm(Opposing Globalization Could Justify Resource-Based Basic Income, by Mary Lehmann)              http://www.moneymakers.com             http://www.moneymasters.com          http://www.findmail.com/listsaver/altinst(mutual fund based currency discussion list; AltInst-request@cco.caltech.edu)              http://camden-wwwrutgers.edu/~ccq(corporate conduct Quarterly)           http://ethics.ubc.ca                http://www.usgcrp.com(government; global change research program)             http://www.policyalternatives.ca           http://www.ratical.org/many-worlds/cc (community currencies)          http://www.communitycurrency.org                 http://www.barter.com (barely budding)           http://www.futurenet.org/2Money/Yes2TOC.html(Yes, a magazine about a positive future; this issue is about local currencies)(Yes! PO Box 10878, Bainbridge Island, WA 98110 (206/842-0216)        http://www.barter.com/           http://www2.ari.net/home/poverty/            http://www.zmag.org/ParEcon/aboutparecon.htm (participatory economics)          http://www.tao.ca/sky/(great activist site)         http://www.free.de/geld/da130-woelk-contra-gesell.html (last changes: feb 98On (Gesellian type) monies, mostly in german)         http://mnphys.biochem.mpg.de/~newmoney/ (a new list serv in German; Gesell inspired)
(Henry George links):  http://www.geocities.com/Athens/Acropolis/5148/links.htm
http://www.progress.org/progs/wwwboard/wwwboard/html (Henry George discussion board)

indigenes; native american:   http://users.ox.ac.uk/~wgtrr/index.html (Traditional Resource Rights)           http://www.nap.cuhm.mx/nap0.htm (native rights in spanish)               http://www.theofficenet.com/~redorman/welcome.html and http://www.theofficenet.com/~redorman//pag1~1.html (concerned with the Big Mountain issue, the Dineh, and other semi desert dwelling original americans their plights (meaning: at whose expense relative peace reigns in the heart of the recklessly rich world)             http://www.migrations.com                   My favorite pen-l post on these subjects: /http://csf.colorado.edu/lists/pen-l/jan98/0106.html  (where ecology/ indiginality/ marxism/  Mark Jones/James Heartfield/Louis Proyect cross paths).           http://members.tripod.com/~media002/galsitelnk.html (internet instructor with links to many Native issues and regions; George Lessard, media@web.apc.org, General Delivery, Inuvik, Northwest Territories X0E 0T0 Canada )          http://hometown.aol.com/miketben1/miktben6.htm           http://www.wildrockies.org/buffalo (Buffalo-talk is a service of Buffalo Field Campaign and the Wild Rockies InfoNet)                    ProjectUnderground/index1.html
http://uwa.moles.org/uwa/index1.html (extensive coverage of the uwa in colombia. See the south americas section below for more links on them)              http://www.sdi.net/ishgooda                http://www.zianet.com/irci/incitra (interhemispheric resource center; info for citizen transboundary action)               http://www.puebloindio.org                http://www.ksg.harvard.edu/hri/mmQ.htm          http://www.cs.org/csg/csginternet.html             http://www.shundahai.org           http://www.ncai.org (national congress of american indian)            http://161.7.127.14/bills/billhtml/HB0643.htm   (the Montana state house buffalo 'bill')             http://www.tdi.net/ishgooda/index.htm (I repeat this adress here cause it has a slight mistake in commendablinklist.htm)          nativeweb.org/archives              turtleisland.org               aboriginalvoices.com
some great louis erdrich pages (I've enjoyed her books; she's a rainbow and so is a 'sibling' (Loree Boyd, authoress of Spirit Moves) of hers who is born on my birthday)               http://students.vcsu.nodak.edu/~toni_nelson/
http://ebarboni.columbus.oh.us/tobin/louise.htm                 http://www.salon1999.com/weekly/interview960506.html
South american indigenes:   http://www.amazoncoalition.org
http://www.rand.org/publications/MR/MR994/MR994.pdf/(150 page book about the social netwarfare run and done by the zapatistas)         http://www.igc.org/csn/ (columbia support network)           uwa.moles.org, www.ran.org, www.arcweb.org (uva people)           http://www.msnbc.com/news/247210.asp (mainstream; includes pics of victims)           amazoncoalition.org
Aboriginal and pacific regions:    http:////reconnet.listbot.com (the recoznet archives)
http://www.fpcn-global.org/tribes(see my warriornet list presence stint file for some spicey and heady stuff concerning them, me, Craven, Proyect, etc)           http://www.netspace.net.au/~rodhagen (lots of abo links)
http://www.mcs.mq.edu.au/staff/Andrew/muecke.html (on aboriginals)          http://aotearoa.wellington.net.nz
http://www.easttimor.com         pasifika.net/pacific-action
restorative justice(about fuel burning without even driving an engine, let alone helping something grow or helping grow something)                  ttp://www.justicefellowship.org         http://tripod.com/~goforth/socialjustice.html         http://www.cassandraproject.org         http://www.legislativeimpact.org         http://www.justiceaction.org/         http://www.prisonactivist.org         http://www.sentencingproject.org         http://www.humanitarian.com         http://www.restorativejustice.org (Prison Fellowship International)         http://www.restorativejustice.com (Tom Cavanagh)         http://www.hrw.org/reports98/vote/ (Human Rights Watch and the Sentencing Project, 1998,)           http://www.prisonfellowshipintl.org/Restorative_Justice/rj_overview.htm (complete, annotated bibliography)
http://www.vorp.com/ (victim-offender reconciliation program)         http://www.cjcentral.com/schmall   (criminal justice)
human rights: http://www.amnesty.org              http://www.undercurrents.org           http://www.rightsforall-usa.org
unitedpeoples.net (multiple languages but extremely amateuristis and naive; great promise though)
http://www.nativeweb.org/pages/legal/indig-romanus-pontifex.html Papal Bull Romanus Pontifex (Nicholas V), January 8, 1455; The bull Romanus Pontifex is an important example of the Papacy's claim to spiritual lordship of the whole world and of its role in regulating relations among Christian princes and between Christians and "unbelievers" ("heathens" and "infidels"). This bull became the basis for Portugal's later claim to lands in the "new world," a claim which was countered by Castile and the bull Inter caetera in 1493.
http://ksgwww.harvard.edu/bcsia/hri (human rights radio)             http://www.witness.org/home.htm (online video)
http://www.mihra.org (Music Industry Human Rights Association)         http://www.adc.org (American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee)adc@adc.org        http://www.icj-cij.org (International Court of Justice)           http://ksgwww.harvard.edu/bcsia (human rights at the Center for Science and International Affairs)              http://diana.law.yale.edu.cehg, (background to truth commission's report on Guatamala)            http://hrdata.aaas.org/ceh (entire text of truth commission's report on Guatamala at the American association for the advancement of the sciences)
communards: http://www.ecovillages.org/australia/begacodev/
arcosanti.org/paradox Doctress Neutopia is volunteering there          http://www.antiochsea.edu/students/jschinnerer/
http://www.tc.umn.edu/~mona0018/ (communard)         http://www.bespoke.org/viridian/ (Bruce Sterling; whole earth contest)         http://www.ecotopia.org/ (santa cruz hip stuff)         http://www.nh.ultranet.com/~wink/         http://www.silicon.com/~origin/sber/sber201 (Wendell Berry)         http://div.web.harvard.edu/csupl/ee/berrybio.htm         http://www.doitnow.com/~smd/ulinks (utopia links)         http://www.aquarius-es.com         http://twm.co.nz/wmfaq.html (TWM = Takitimy weather modification; the maker of this site is interested in settling/building/growing amongst a host of other neat stuff like indigenous issues)             http://www.asle.umn.edu/ (Association for the Study of Literature and the Environment)
http://www.earthaven.org (ecovillage in Black Mountain, NC; many permac. links)         http://www.slnet.com/free/links/default.htm (simple living network)         http://www.windward.org/ ( a working community in Mo; associated with futuristically technocratic idiots who massify simple and sympathetic things like the ones tecnomad.com are on about)         http://www.zianet.com/blackrange/br_pages/sunray.html (beautiful gallery in the tradition of the whole earth classic: "Shelter", but better, since this is in colour!!!)
Archives of landtrust mailing list  (http://www.onelist.com/subscribe.cgi/landtrust) items:   http://www.onelist.com/archives.cgi/landtrust   http://www.nlihc.org/current.htm (is the weekly newsletter of the National Low Income Housing Coalition.)                A stray ecobalance list post:    On Tue, 16 Mar 1999 15:23:15   Marco-Aurelio.Borque wrote: >( Sorry but I cannot consider hunting-gathering seriously for 6 Billion people) . hunting-thinning/ grafting/ planting/ pruning/ pleaching- gathering mayhaps you can yes?
some raw food links: http://www.home.earthlink.net/~fredraw/jeaa.html (a raw food advocating site)
http://easyweb.easynet.co.uk/karenk/top.html (a raw food and other good practise based community proposal from the UK fresh network; contact Steve Charter, c/o Lockyers Farm, Peak Lane, Compton Dundon, Somerton, Somerset. TA11 6PE. 01458 273687, steve.charter@virgin.net.              http://easyweb.easynet.co.uk/karenk/links.html  for those interested in living, low karma foods.

variously flavoured activisms:  white activism:    http://www.alexia.net.au/~www/mhutton/ (leftlinks; a very extensive list: o Aboriginal   o AIDS-HIV o Civil Liberties   o Community  o Disability o Environmento Feminism   o Independence o Internet Tools   o Labour & Union   o Lesbian & Gayo Linked to us   o Political Parties  o Poverty o Progressive Hubs  o Protest Pages  o Parliament                http://www.caa.org.au  Community Aid Abroad; Oxfam in Australia                 http://www.copvscia.com                   http://www.idealist.com                 http://burn.ucsd.edu/~ats/ (arm the spirit)                 http://www.gifford.co.uk/i-contact (video activism)                 http://www.context.org                 http://www.dds.nl/~pressnow (focus on South-Eastern Europe)                motherearth.org/walk99 (due to overwhelming success, these folks have organized yet another modern pilgrimage to help draw attention to good causes).                 http://www.essential.org/monitor (multinational monitor)                 http://lists.essential.org/corp-focus/                 http://www.uvm.edu/~wmiller (many good links)                 http://www.neravt.com/left/index.html                 http://www.united.non-profit.nl (a very extensive calender of planned and resources for plannable european activism)
black activism:   http://www.blackradicalcongress.com                http://www.mumia.org                http://www.ulbobo.com/umoja (academic black poet helping out on the conflict resolution list)
red activism:http://www.lisn.net (League of Indigenous Sovereign Nations of the Western Hemisphere; LISN)
Gender activism:http://www.ncfm.org (National coalition of free men; bit of gender embattlement this one, but fairly humorous if you can manage to think Weininger, Vilar and Nietzsche that)

plain green resources:  http://www.rafi.org (Rural Advancement Foundation International)
http://www.visionsinaction.org                http://www.foodfirst.org                http://www.richters.com (herb catalog)                irn.org (international rivers network)

deeper green info and activisms:  http://www.ouhk.edu.hk/cridal/misc/ioste.culture/html(left biocentrism)                http://www.eco-action.org (earth-first site)                http://www.kznet.co.uk                http://www.ecotrust.org                www.chiper.cl (chile info project environmental report)                www.worldwildlife.org/action/lite/frame_g200.htm                www.ancientforests.org                http://www.econet.apc.org:80/igc/en/resources/ (discussion groups)                http://www.kernnet.org/fgs/ Foundation for global sustainability (good linklist)                http://www.edf.org (environmental defense fund)                http://www.crest.org/sustainable (The Center for Renewable Energy and Sustainable Technology; many links to white house 'greenering')                http://www.svtc.org/ (Since 1982, Silicon Valley Toxics Coalition (SVTC) has worked to document and expose the hazards of the high-tech industry and to promote environmental and economic sustainability and accountability in the electronics industry, the fastest growing manufacturing sector in the world.)
http://www.earthchannel.com/care/index.htm (Citizens Against Ruining the Environment; 1647 visitors by the end of june; their linklist includes logos to every one; changes radio for example catering to young hippydom with a hit score of: 62.224)                http://www.home.pacbell.net/mjvande/links.htm (3oo environmental links; one of his problems is cicles: mountainbikes are like wheeled locusts)                http://cycling.org

deepest green:  http://www.remineralize-the-earth.org (my former employee; radically inspired by Hamaker´s work; as is mine by his also)         http://www.cruzio.com/~Tmd/index (excerpt from J D hamaker´s work)                http://www.rawfood.com/garden.html#soc (order form for the book: 'the survival of civilization'by John D Hamaker          http://www.rawfood.com/weaver.html (blurb by (and pic of) coauthor Don Weaver)           http://weber.u.washington.edu/~wcalvin/1990s/1998AtlanticClimate.htm (global cooling; there is also a petition running along the simplistic lines of: global cooling is a blessing, more CO2 = more growth)         http://www.danwinter.com/CALLAHAN/callahan.html  something about the affinity (co-optation?) of Callahan's work by Dan Winter (see an excerpt of Philip Callahans 'Paramagnetism' elsewhere at this site)  http://www.triax.com/bmnfa/science/paramag.htm (a similar and related effort at Callahan interpretation and links; ORME = Orbitally Rearranged Monoatomic Elements, David Hudson's work, he is Dan Winter's lecture pal)             http://www.debed.com/grandpajoes/authnote.htm (Callahan blurb plus mugshot)                http://www.maine.com/tse/pals/welcome.html (Pike Lab supplies;   Extensive selection of on-farm testing supplies: simple and very cheap refractometers, Callahan's cheap, handheld paramagnetic soil meter, electrical conductivity, soil test kits, compost test kits, Cardy meters, etc.)             http://www.attra.org/attra-pub/soil-lab.html#rock (appropriate technology transfer for rural areas; previous link found here)

innovative therapy:  http://www.tcom.co.uk/hpnet/qb2.htm(ON THE COHERENCE OF ULTRAWEAK PHOTON EMISSION FROM LIVING TISSUES. a 1986 article by Fritz-Albert Popp, the researcher liked by Maarten Stigter, a Dutch 'Bioresonanz therapeut' See the next section) Popp´s brands and flavors of scientific rhetoric reminds me of Dan´s a lot.            doit.de/orgon Bio-Resonanz Therapie
papimi.gr; alexchin.com; sota-inc.com;  (robert c beck)            actio-electronics.com/ps.htm
padrak.com/beck
Royal Raymond Rife the legend links:    Another underrated if not depreciated genius along the fellow likes of  Schauberger and Tesla. Most of the people tenaciously trying to revive his knowledge (alledgedly lost) are bogus as far as products and grasp of particulars goes (it waters down to a magic wand industry most of the time) but they have their heart in the right place (if and when it is not overruled by greed). Their intuition allows 'm to latch on to genuine competence even if they can not emulate it.  best sites first:          http://www.rt66.com/~rifetech/ (Webmaster: James Bare; most hot, active and juicy site so far (though none of them seem very convincing which confirms Maarten's feeling the knowledge may be lost like that of legendary Tesla supposedly is also). Famous historic footage of exploding virus downloadable here).                 http://www.rt66.com/~rifetech/links.html (biggest links page so far)
http://www.webring.org/cgi-bin/webring?ring=rifebiomed;list (rife webring)
http://www.explorepub.com/articles/energetics.html(T E Bearden article in Explore quoting Popp along with a host of other modern shamen of course)        http://www.explorepub.com/articles/article_list.html (sample articles of this alternative health/new science magazine)               http://www.navi.net/~rsc/wade1.htm (a phycisist on Rife)
http://www.navi.net/~rsc/index.html(two thirds of the way down this doc there are some rife links with descriptions)             http://www.navi.net/~rsc/rife1.htm (the famous microscope)                       http://www.rrrs.com(Royal raymond Rife Society)           http://www.frii.com/~protech/ptnRife.html (Rife Plasma research)            http://www.geocities.com/ResearchTriangle/2958/ (frequency lists, plasma tube pics (lots), etc. By Bill Cheb)              http://www.jwlabs.com/index2.htm (membership only with meager free samples)             http://flamingo.bahamas.net.bs/neutralizer (rife pad device sales rant by 'service above the self')            http://www.ioa.com/~dragonfly/bbstuff.html (electronic medicine devices)              http://www.sightings.com/health/rife_new.htm(Barry Lynes; author of a late eighties book called: "the cancer cure", (PO Box 4186, Laguna Beach, CA 92652) on Rife)
http://www.ioa.com/~dragonfly/Rife-frequency.html ('low cost devices')                http://www.newearthnews.com/html/frontpage.html
http://home.att.net/~ralph.hartwell/rifering.htm (crashes the UB machine)
http://www.jwlabs.com/B27/ag98/freq.htm (frequency theory; fancy page but meager)

global stuff (databases, issues and searches for that elusive common 'denominotoire'):  http://www.earthsystems.org                  http://www.globalresourcebank.com   (or http://www.grb.net)            http://www.worldcitizen.org              http://www.grb.net            http://www.globalresponse.org          http://www.co-intelligence.org/ http://upf.org/plan.htm          http://www.agp.org/agp/en/index.html Peoples' Global Action against "Free" Trade and the World Trade Organisation           http://www.sil.org/ethnologue (6700 languages from 228 countries)              http://www.grain.org (genetic resource action international)        http://www.agp.org (global action against free trade; from Italy in 6 languages)               http://www.foreignpolicy (Foreign Policy In Focus)           http://www.clw.org Council for a Livable World and Education Fund        http://www.worldpolicy.org World Policy Institute, New School for Social Research              http://stad.dsl.nl/~caravan

peace activism:http://www.dds.nl/~pressnow/index.htm  (Press Now has supported independent media in Albania, Bosnia-Hercegovina (FBiH and RS), Bulgaria, Croatia, Macedonia (FYROM), Moldova, Montenegro, Romania, Serbia (incl. Kosovo and Vojvodina) and Slovenia since 1993.)     http:///www.uvm.edu/~wmiller (a great  veteran activist with a great big fat and fantastic page)          http://www.protest.net   (pretty good categorization: chronolog- and geografical)    http://www.alert.org.yu (a stop nato webring with about 100 members)         http://preamble.org/IMFinAfrica.htm (see also some recent pen-l posts on the IMF)         http://www.converge.org.nz/pma (peace movement aotearo)      http://www.people4peace.com or org                http://www.dfg-vk.de/english/bookmark.htm (1100 peacelinks)      antiwar.com          http://www.unesco.org              http://www.rightsinternational.org            http://www.ethics-justice.org/society.html               http://members.aol.com/peacejnl/index.htm          http://www.math.yorku.ca-sfp (scientists for peace)            http://www.haguepeace.org (these guys put on a conference this year with worldwide participation to try compellspell the laws in such an infectious way that by the end of this millenium no soldier would have a sense of honour without having assimilated them after the fashion of his by then well publicized role model practices) Planning for the Hague Appeal was initiated by four groups: The International Association of Lawyers Against Nuclear Arms (IALANA)                 The International Peace Bureau (IPB)            The International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War (IPPNW)                  and The World Federalist Movement (WFM).               As part of our effort to involve young people in every stage of its campaign, a distinct Hague Appeal for Peace Youth Website has been established and continues to develop.                http://www.copri.dk/ipra/ipra.html  ( International Peace Research Association) (http://www.copri.dk/ipra/ipra-bb.htm). Bulletin Board             http://www.copri.dk/ipra/ipra.html (IPRA Homepage: International Peace Research Association)  Papapossum@aol.com, Bjoern Moeller <bmoeller@copri.dk>     Secretary General, International Peace Research Association (IPRA)       Senior Research Fellow, Copenhagen Peace Research Institute (COPRI)     Fredericiagade 18, DK 1310 Copenhagen K., Denmark       Tel.: +45 3345 5050 or +45 3345 5052 (direct)  Fax: +45 3345 5060        Assistant: Birte Laurberg <blaurberg@copri.dk>                       http://www.geocities.com/CapitolHill/Senate/6275/intrels/conference.html (calendar/list of conferences to be held for international relations, diplomacy, peace and conflict study, and international dispute resolution.)

dan's links (conspiracy and brilliance):      http://danwinter.com/buehler/graphics.html (good smartsy stuff)                 http://www.bestweb.net/~jond4u/cosmosis.htm (a bit technical about fractal cosmology)            http://www.ncia.com/~rlmarker/ddtc.htm (Richard Marker's Discrete Donut theory)          http://www.neoism.org/squares/plagiarism_index.html (been a bit of a bone for poor daniel and his petty tyrant Tenen shows no sign of letting up and kicking his addiction to plagiaristomania either)            http://www.weburbia.com/pg/theories.htm               http://www.evolutionaryventures.com (a newciv.org clone ; now cagey, conspiracy, alien invasions and offshore banking to foul an otherwise OK nest.)              new dan winter site links:    www.danwinter.com/religion, /food, /millenium, /hearlink, /cancer, /rainbows, immortality, etc, etc................ad infinitum
pi links: http://ourworld.compuserve.com/homepages/robert_conroy/greenhou.htm (practical geodesia)            http://www.mcs.surrey.ac.uk/Personal/R.Knott/Fibonacci/phi3DGeom.html#platonicspace
(an incredible range of stuff about pi by a math professor)                http://www.cddesign.com/(cloud dragon I ching)          http://www.vismath.org/ (Ralph Abraham's site)         http://www.angio.net/pi/piquery (50 miljon digits of pi)http://www.pse.che.tohoku.ac.jp/~msuzuki/MagicSquare.html            http://www.fibonaccitrader.com (dan was on about this for a while before Wired magazine caught on)
http://www. firehorse.com/au/gdc/magicsq/magicsq.html (site offering Jain's book on magic squares)

technical innovation:     http://www.icta.org (Center for Technology Assessment, CTA; Email: office@icta.org)           http://awaken.org (about the web as a lean, mean, meme machine and brandnames)          http://www.networkone.net/~deagle/muse/ (alternative physics and tec)         http://www.layo.com (engine running on water)          http://www.microship.com (technomad)          http://www.nativeweb.org/NativeTech           http://solstice.crest.org/renewables/digestion-list-archive/index.html
http://www.roseworthy.adelaide.edu.au/~pharris/biogas/beginners.html       http://www.calstart.org/forum/messages/888.html  air compression powersourced transport. A form of negative pollution approaching Ernest Young's, not to mention my sense of it almost.or jschall@sympatico.ca; a company called: CQFD Air solution. E-mail: cqfd.be@infonie.fr (Negre) with Formula 1 Credit. Mexico City placed an order for 40.000 of these pffffffffroary ragers.
http://www.newscoast.com/headlinesstory2.cfm?ID=4267(1300 miles an acre)
http://wire0.ises.org:8888/wire/wire.nsf (4 methane digesting links)
http://www.primenet.com/~ltseung/brown1.htm (prof Yull Brown is still arown)

(on) finnegan's wake (wordsaladoxology)
http://www.airnet.ne.jp/takayuki/audio/1/index.html         http://www-lab04.kuee.kyoto-u.ac.jp/~komatsu/fwake.html         http://listserv.heanet.ie/fwake-l.html (searchable archive)             www.nesta.org.uk/fwake/fwake.html (Will Miller's 96 thesis; perfect starting point)
http://www.grand-teton.com/cgi-grand-teton/jjoyce/grep.cgi (the finnegan's wake searchabler...search a blur)
and other James Joyce related sites:       http://publish.uwo.ca/~mgroden/flying1.html            http://www.pitt.edu/~hbjst/bookmark.htm (a unitarian joycean)          http://home.att.net/~fnord32/joycewars (the fight about copy wrong and rite)          http://www.english.udel.edu/mkrans/pound.html            http://www.leidenuniv.nl/~kosters/nsbussen/index.htm         http://www.leidenuniv.nl/ub/vak/engels/ulysses/ulyspoet.htm         http://www.leidenuniv.nl/ub/vak/collectie/cvphome.html         http://www.xs4all.nl/~rovos/meander/kosters/index.html         http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/Acres/2735/ (Donna Henseler, a Joyce scholar; '70 diss)         http://cadre.sjsu.edu/switch/sound/articles/wendt/folder6/ng6212.htm#pa7 (Giordano Bruno pics)
of course not to be missed is my own: http://members.tripod.com/~poetpiet/list_posts/this_cussing_joyce_his_woike.htm
http://members.tripod.com/~poetpiet/list_posts/shamus.htm  (my favite list poster so far)

Some rainbow calender art (and wisdom)
http://ddi.digital.net/~wisdom/school/wheel.html (Arnold Keyserling, the inspiration for this site is what I call a real rainbow artist, blending all sorts of revelation criteria like astrology with I Ching, Yoga, etc; a Gurdjeff/Jung spin-off)                http://www.primasounds.com/primawh.html(the site maker (same as above), a wholistic lawyer in Florida has just enlarged his sites with a book which has the first major translations of Keyserling's work and he added new domains: http://www.schoolofwisdom.com/welcome.html and http://www.lawsofwisdom.com/index.html) (it is possible to check out Keyserling's wheel in my sample file too)
Jose Arguelles's dreamspell related sites:  http://www.starwheels.com(a bunch of art; I've linked to aya before; she's well on her way to making a mandala card deck)           http://www.aztarnet.com/~mayan/invisiblecollege.html            http://www.tzolkin.com            http://public usit.net/jaybones/dreamspell.html          http://home.earthlink.net/~cosmichand/index.html             http://www.legionsoflight.com                   http://www.ScienceU.com/observatory/handson/anim/anim.cgi (orrery animations you pick and they play; nothing really complex though, views from one spec to another at variable intervals)

irreverent and humourous sites:  http://www.contrast.org/KG/tricksters (spoofsite)          members.xoom.com/cleanhumor            http://www.syntac.net/hoax/ (trying to be funny too)             http://eatshit.cjb.net (anarchist site)                  http://www-csag.cs.uiuc.edu/individual/pakin/complaint (mechanical metaphor generator)              hatchoo.com (parody)                zip.com.au/~rocket (auzzie humor)                 irational.org/tm/clubcard                    http://www.escape.com/~cicada sent me the following 8 links:            http://billboardliberation.com and http://cacophony.org powered by http://laughingsquid.com        http://www.guerrillaart.com              http://srl.org        http://www.hocusfocus.org   http://www.escape.com/~cicada         http://www.joeyskaggs.com             ttp://www.POPaganda.com            theonion.com

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