Tuesday, February 22, 2005

Let's Remove the Fear, That Can Ruin our Lives

Before I begin I wanted to open the new blog with somethings that were presented to me through reading here. What was important that I understood the perception that could have developed from Michael Crichton book, that I see this individual take a stance on, in regards to the American position on the Kyoto Accord.

So without further ado, I wanted to open this up by presenting the book and then move into the first article I wish to produce. So having introduced," The State of Fear Blog, " I welcome any new blogers to contribute to the understanding about the Fear that could manifest itself apparent in society's sociological thinking, and move this to the deeper part of the psyche for consideration.

I choose Thales for obvious reasons to incorporate not only the psychological aspect of where fear can be moved, and motivate good thinking people to adopt the positions they do. So it is critical that information demonstrate certain fundamental requirements for how we assess the information that opposing sites will show.

I am currently looking at the evidence, that such fear has propagated the world forum into the actions it has taken, and whether the price of this action has benefited the world in way that would enhance our daily living.

I have not solidified my position, although I do acknowledge certain benefits to what fear has motivated.

So it is important then, that good minds show themselves and the information they have, to helping us make this understood as to why fear has not motivated the American persistance and resistance, on signing the Kyoto accord?

I will be expanding this feature about the Sate of Fear beyond the context of the climatic concerns to other things as well to educate myself and others to why fear opens us ot motivate and why good infomration can help alleviate what is controlling societal views about life and such.

This is Michael Crichton's most wide-ranging thriller. State of Fear takes the reader from the glaciers of Iceland to the volcanoes of Antarctica, from the Arizona desert to the deadly jungles of the Solomon Islands, from the streets of Paris to the beaches of Los Angeles. The novel races forward, taking the reader on a rollercoaster thrill ride, all the while keeping the brain in high gear. Gripping and thought-provoking, State of Fear is Michael Crichton at his very best.

One of my first articles will be posted soon. So in the meantime, Welcome.

One of the first things I would like to try and do is open this blog up to individuals who wil post their articles in response to the American reistance, as to why they should join or why they shouldn't.


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