Journal: Poverty Leading Cause of Early Death in US + Doctors Prescribing Farmers Market Foods = Need for Honest Holistic Public Policy Analytics

What We Miss When We Obsess Over Obesity Social epidemiologist Paula Lantz reveals what actually leads to premature deaths among Americans. Obesity? No. Poverty? Yes. By Tom Jacobs (Aug 11, 2010) So why is being poor hazardous to your health? Paula Lantz: Stress processes probably play a role. Chronic stress is not good for immune …

Worth a Look: Engaging Emergence

Phi Beta Iota: Previously recommended in Worth a Look: New Book Engaging Emergence, we reiterate our regard for Peggy Holman, arguably one of a handful of leaders shaping our collective intelligence capacity today–Tom Atlee, Barbara Marx Hubbard, Harrison Owen, Thom Hartman, Jim Rough, Robert Fuller, Mark Tovey, are others, all helping shape community Open Space …

Worth a Look: Strong Signal–Anger in the Heartland

Phi Beta Iota: America is divided into Nine Nations culturally and geographically, 50 States that comprise the United STATES of America, many now considering nullification and some considering secession, and two parties that shut out one third or more of the electorate and electoral candidates.  Sadly, Americans agree on 80% of the issues but spend …

Worth a Look (DVD): The Day Before Disclosure

Recommended by a very broadly read and traveled person from the Southern Hemisphere. You do NOT have to log in.  Takes over a minute to start, click further along on the bar to hurry the start, after first clicking on the Play triangle. This is a world-class film, exquisitely produced and thoughtfully scripted.  This is …

Review: Close Encounters of the Fourth Kind

Review Deleted By Amazon, Reconstructed from Memory July 20, 2010 C. D. B. Bryan I read and reviewed this book when it came out in hard-copy, and I continue to be very annoyed with Amazon for its policy of deleting best in class reviews from the past so as to encourage new reviewers–they would be …

Area 51: Collecting Memories after 47 years of Secrecy

Originally published March 27, 2010 By Erik Lacitis Seattle Times staff reporter VANCOUVER, Wash. — After nearly five decades, guys like James Noce finally get to tell their stories about Area 51. Yes, that Area 51. The one that gets brought up when people talk about secret Air Force projects, crashed UFOs, alien bodies and, …

PACOM Week in Review Ending 13 Dec 09

Hot Topics AA: Assam-Bangladesh border fencing almost over, says minister 12/08/09 AA: Norway UFO Was Out-Of-Control Russian Rocket 12/10/09 AA: To Beat Al Qaeda, Look to the East 12/12/09 AU: Australia heeds Obama’s call 12/11/09 BD: Bangladesh: Getting Police Reform on Track 12/11/09 CN: China’s New Security State 12/09/09 CN: New arrests over China’s Xinjiang …

Event: October 24-26, 2009 Rio Rico, Arizona – Disclosure Project

Phi Beta Iota supports all forms of disclosure, and is pleased to connect those interested in public intelligence to the conference whose logo and details are below.  Click on the image below to get complete information.  If anyone who attends this event wants to do a proper trip report, we can afford $100 and will …

Review: Hidden Truth–Forbidden Knowledge

Has Warts But On Balance, Best Available Overview October 22, 2009 Steven M. Greer I elevated this book from four to five stars in part because I know some of the people to whom the author refers (e.g. Admiral Mike Cramer, referred to by name; and John Petersen, author of Out of the blue: Wild …

Review: Disclosure–Military and Government Witnesses Reveal the Greatest Secrets in Modern History

Available Free Online, Better in Hard-Copy October 22, 2009 Steven M. Greer I read this book online, where it can be found for free, and in retrospect, now that I have read Hidden Truth: Forbidden Knowledge, regret not buying it to have my notes and the physical book in my library. The bottom line on …