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Posted by M.W.Pearson on February 25, 2003 19:55:52 UTC

Since you think "out of the box" . . .
What if any such connection as you see
between 'Israel and English & U.S.' influences
have a biological underpinning the recognition of which
would allow the other side to manage better for
the benefit of all?
Specifically, I am thinking dualities -- Yin/Yang
gives way to two brain hemispheres which have differing faculties. I do not wish to freeze
one side to be dominant. I wish that each would see the function that the other performs and
rather than struggling for dominance, the two would
work together in recognition of good diversity plus good bio-engineering hygiene.
We have, as Buckminster Fuller said, the technical ability for each and every human on the planet to have the freedom of very wealthy persons AND have a healthy abundant wilderness/sustainable environment. But we can't do it with words. We have to work on many levels including miraculous and skeptical design levels.
In policy, this might mean
1) Stronger negotiations for hardheaded success values.
2) Less dependence on weapons PRECISELY because we are even more hardheaded in our negotiating and in our praying. Not hard-hearted.
This was only a general idea. The reference is to real technical competence.

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