[Paleopsych] oops, clarification
Lynn D. Johnson, Ph.D.
ljohnson at solution-consulting.com
Sun Mar 20 16:43:05 UTC 2005
Paul, thanks for the link Great info! I sent the link to my congressman
and both senators with this letter:
I recognize you are very busy. Please have a staffer look at this link:
It is a presentation a colleague gave on energy with some very
thought-provoking ideas. This would seem to be something both democrats
and republicans could agree on, and your leadership could make a difference.
Lynn Johnson, Ph.D.
I hope I can call you a (virtual) colleague. I suggest if we all sent
something like that to our representatives, Paul's concepts could gain
some energy (grin) in the legislature.
-- You can email your representatives through this linik:
PS: Paul, I also sent the link to my brother, Karl, at U. Pitt where he
is prof of chem eng. He is involved in energy storage studies, and
modeled hydrogen storage in carbon nanotubes (he found it wasn't
practical) so I am sure he will be interested in your work. If you give
permission, I would also post the link to some other energy-related
sites with a similar message.
Paul J. Werbos, Dr. wrote:
> Please forgive me for a gross typo!
> The URL is:
> In general -- if we want to discuss aberrations of the human mind, how
> the aberration which thinks of problems in the Middle East
> (oil, war and nuclear proliferation all combined) and high gas prices
> as a kind
> of temporary rainshower certain to go away all by itself in a day or two?
> Freud talks about denial -- but how long can an organism survive if,
> when its life is threatened, it buries its head either in the sand or in
> Michael Jackson's crotch or in sniffing noses in baseball lockers?
> (The main events on TV and in Congressional discussion this week.
> We did get what people call good attendance on Thursday... but
> TV was all into other things.)
> Why is IEEE (and the other folks we partnered with on Thursday at
> just about the only group on the planet asking in a serious, honest
> way what
> we can actually DO to save our lives? (Are engineers the last
> small minority of people on earth who believe that a real world exists?)
> Does anyone really care whether we do or not? Do they figure that oh,
> their souls will be saved if they just pray on Sundays to the God of
> hydrogen and
> otherwise forget it? And do they expect the god of hydrogen to
> resurrect their mangled bodies?
> It really is a central question for psychology how organisms can be so
> Paul W.
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