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Dan Goodman's prediction and politics journal.

Thursday, August 26, 2004

Thursday August 26, 2004. My hips are noticeably more flexible today. I have no idea what I did right.

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Mail: Uncle Hugo's newsletter.

***Today's big project: retrieve boxes of books stored in someone's basement. Transportation provided by another member of the Community Barter Network.
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Writing: daily exercise -- Done: Welcome, political refugees from the 21st Century!

Apologies to those who left instructions to be brought out of suspended animation only when your political philosophy had been accepted world-wide. With one exception, all the political philosophies of your time are as outdated as the conflict between Guelfs and Ghibellines. While anarchism has not triumphed, the anarchists among you will find co-religionists in today's world. They will be glad to help you through the procedure of obtaining government certification, and otherwise help you adjust to the 23rd Century.

The rest of you -- and those anarchists who wish to participate -- will be given a basic education in current political theories. Only a rudimentary understanding of calculus and quasi-string theory will be required. To help your socialization, you will be in the same class with persons born in our time. Please don't take it personally if they seem impatient with your rate of learning; six-year-olds do tend to be that way.

***They might Be Windmills" -- Added some notes which mention Superiors Anonymous.
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Decluttering: Not sure if I'm going backward or forward.

Mindwork:

Bodywork: Got exercise moving the boxes.
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From EurekAlert http://www.eurekalert.org/pubnews.php:
Public Release: 26-Aug-2004
New research set to reveal similarities between terrorists and tourists
New research from the University of Warwick is set to reveal some striking similarities between the actions of groups of people who travel on flagship airlines, seemingly at random, between the major cities of the world. An ongoing research project into airlines and international tourism shows in many cases it is only motivation that distinguishes the terrorist from the tourist, and may be the cause of big headaches for the world's national carriers.
The Leverhulme Trust
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