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Michael Grove commented on Michael Grove's blog post SUMMARY OF THE UKRAINE SITUATION TODAY
"IN CHARGE -  OUT OF CONTROL from PUTIN to THE REST of [OUR] so called LORDS & MASTERS"
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Michael Grove commented on Michael Grove's blog post GRACE puts Bristol in the lead ....
"My soul-mate Linnie’s father Ronald Arthur Yardley, who built his  own Colour Television Receiver • in a kitchen cupboard under the stairs  of their semi-detached house in Borehamwood • well in advance of…"
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Michael Grove commented on Michael Grove's blog post In 1963, just a year after Watson and Crick ...
"Sharp fronts and eddies that are ubiquitous in the world ocean, as well as features such as shelf seas and under-ice-shelf cavities, are not captured in climate projections. Such small-scale processes can play a key role in how the large-scale…"
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Michael Grove commented on Michael Grove's blog post THE FAILURE of OUR LORDS & MASTERS TO ACT...
"France, Germany, the Netherlands, Poland and Spain have already instructed the commission to study how the EU could withdraw from the ECT, amid scepticism that the treaty can ever be compatible with the EU’s climate goals, according…"
Thursday
Michael Grove commented on Michael Grove's blog post In the years leading up to World War II ...
"REPRESENTATIVE DEMOCRACY in the so-called UNITED KINGDOM has proved to be non-representative of the PEOPLE, by the PEOPLE and for the PEOPLE; and SO [IT] was that the people of the U.K. voted for the necessary change, which…"
Jun 22
Michael Grove commented on Michael Grove's blog post MY JOURNEY of LIFE ...
"IN the first of my two lives, following Linnie and I's marriage and purchase of our first home in High Wycombe, I completed four Oil Paintings on Hardboard which for me [RE]presented THE [BEGINNING], [PAST], [FUTURE] & [NOW]"
Jun 21
Michael Grove commented on Michael Grove's blog post IS VLADIMIR PUTIN MAD, BRILLIANT OR ...
"An oligarch accused of buying a palace for Vladimir Putin is the secret owner of a £60 million apartment in London’s most prestigious development which he purchased at the same time, it has been claimed. Alexander Ponomarenko, who is on…"
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Current policies will bring ...

‘catastrophic’ climate breakdown,  warn former UN leadersThere is a stark gap between what governments have promised to do to protect the climate, and the measures and policies needed to achieve the targets. At the Cop26 summit last…See More
Jun 17
Michael Grove commented on Michael Grove's blog post THE FOUNDATION OF TRANSATLANTIC SECURITY...
"The gene pool of the British is deep and wide and stretches back well before the Romans even considered extending their empire, in order to benefit from the rich resources which our land could provide. The British are comprised of an inter-bred…"
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May 31
Michael Grove commented on Michael Grove's blog post The EARTH from SPACE ...
"Marseille air traffic alert The disarming detail that both pilots may have fallen asleep on the job might have never been revealed had it not been for the quick work of alert by Marseille air traffic controllers. The plane had regularly declared…"
May 30
Michael Grove commented on Michael Grove's blog post THE 2030 SPIKE HAS ALREADY ARRIVED METHINKS
"Last year’s Cop26 summit in Glasgow achieved more than was expected, with governments giving themselves this year – until another summit, in Egypt in November – in which to do more. So far, not much has happened, but potential…"
May 28
Michael Grove commented on Michael Grove's blog post SUMMARY OF THE UKRAINE SITUATION TODAY
"Vladimir Putin is goading the West into joining the war by creating global food meltdown Western leaders face the challenge of resolving blockaded exports and the prospect of famine without instigating direct conflict with Russia"
May 26
Michael Grove commented on Michael Grove's blog post IS IT NOT THE CASE THAT ...
"[IN] the context of Ariana Huffington's conclusion: "That we are continuing not to look at the facts, to me is stunning. It is the definition of insanity” • I can only quote Gideon Rachman, who suggested that "IT WAS…"
May 25
Michael Grove commented on Michael Grove's blog post SUMMARY OF THE UKRAINE SITUATION TODAY
"Boris Bondarev walked away from his 20-year career in the Russian foreign service on Monday, publishing a scathing statement which criticised both the war and his former employer. In the letter, the 41-year-old said the "bloody,…"
May 24
Michael Grove commented on Michael Grove's blog post HOW THE CULT OF THE LEADER THREATENS ...
"IN the early summer of 2017, US coast guard lieutenant Christopher Hasson had an idea.  He had been trying to figure out an effective way of killing billions of people – “almost every last person on Earth” – but…"
May 20
Michael Grove commented on Michael Grove's blog post PROJECT XX∞XX ≡ CITIZEN'S FS4D
"IN the context of my own in-depth understanding of theMEASURE of ALL THINGS I "
May 18
Michael Grove commented on Michael Grove's blog post The MEASURE of ALL THINGS
"ALL of which speaks volumes, in consideration of Buckminster Fuller's IDEAS pertaining to POINT, LINE, SURFACE and his concepts with regard to and  respect for his concept of VECTOR EQUILIBRIUM"
May 18

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But summer isn’t what it used to be.

Summer has remained mostly the same for a millennium or more. Around the year 900, Old English speakers were already using the word sumor for the warmer months. Some say the word summer is probably close to the version heard 4,000 years ago, when people spoke the prehistoric Indo-European language believed to be the ancestor to many languages spoken across Europe and India today. But summer isn’t what it used to be. The season is getting so hot that it might be time for a new name: “danger season.”


The phrase, part of a new campaign by the Union of Concerned Scientists, refers to the period from May to October marked by a drumbeat of disasters in the United States. During these months, people across the country still splash in pools and head to the beach, but increasingly, they also suffer through heat waves, flee from wildfires, breathe smoky air, and board up homes as hurricanes approach.

Posted by Michael Grove on June 18, 2022 at 22:00

Current policies will bring ...

‘catastrophic’ climate breakdown,
 warn former UN leaders

There is a stark gap between what governments have promised to do to protect the climate, and the measures and policies needed to achieve the targets. At the Cop26 summit last November, countries agreed to bring forward plans to limit global heating to 1.5C above pre-industrial levels – the limit of safety, according to scientists. They have so far submitted pledges that would limit temperatures to under 2C.

BUT the policies and measures passed and implemented by governments would lead to far greater temperature rises, of at least 2.7C, well beyond the threshold of relative safety, and potentially as much as 3.6C. That would have “catastrophic” impacts, in the form of extreme weather, sea-level rises and irreversible changes to the global climate.

Posted by Michael Grove on June 6, 2022 at 9:30

SUMMARY OF THE UKRAINE SITUATION TODAY

     Live coverage of the all the latest developments
     in the 2022 Russian invasion of Ukraine
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Posted by Michael Grove on May 7, 2022 at 11:00 — 8 Comments

[IN] THE CONTEXT OF MY OWN UNDERSTANDING OF ....

 Buckminster Fuller's concept of VECTOR EQUILIBRIUM &  

 my creation of a NEW MODEL of THE UNITED NATIONS 

 I would propose that every aspect of "Bucky's" IDEAS

 pertaining to the equanimity of the balance twixt point,

 line, surface and structure, were significantly influential

 during my time spent at BorehamWood Grammar whilst

 studying 'A' Level Maths Pure & Applied, Physics and Art

 during which [TIME] I began to understand the concept

 of geodesics and geodetic structure, whist building a

 model of a WWII Wellington Bomber.



 Fuller's concern with fine-tuning…

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Posted by Michael Grove on May 6, 2022 at 8:30 — 2 Comments

HOW THE CULT OF THE LEADER THREATENS ...

Democracy around the World 

and as Gideon Rachman has so lucidly proposed: "Authoritarian leaders have become a central feature of global politics." 

Since the beginning of the millennium, when Vladimir Putin took power in Russia, authoritarian leaders have come to dominate global politics. Self-styled strongmen have risen to power in Moscow, Beijing, Delhi, Brasilia, Budapest, Ankara, Riyadh and Washington.



Gideon Rachman's details • in his The Age of the Strongman classic • of Putin's rise to power and his time spent in Dresden, have most certainly filled in the gaps for me so to speak, as to how and why Canon got the inside track to the potential opportunity of utilising my Interactive Multimedia Bureau System, in Eastern Germany after…

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Posted by Michael Grove on May 2, 2022 at 12:00 — 1 Comment

Y[OUR] Lords & Masters out of control...



mind[SET] re COVID, CLIMATE CHANGE & [THE] CHALLENGES of [BE]ing [in]CONTROL

THE World Wide Web [IS] COMPLEX to the degree of requiring those Lords & Masters who are supposedly in[CONTROL] • [BE]ing AWARE of the consequences of  THEIR ACTIONS of allowing HM STAFF to continue working from home, without any access to the “tools of their trade” so to speak, whilst [BE]ing exposed to the complete lack of security that the World Wide Web [IS] today exposed to on a second by second basis. Thank …

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Posted by Michael Grove on April 26, 2022 at 9:30 — 2 Comments

GET THEE BEHIND [ME] SATAN ...

THE NATURE of GOD [IS] in[DEED] • [THE] GOD of NATURE


[IT] was during the time I spent doing my Art/Maths/Physics GCE 'A 'levels at Grammar School, that I first became aware of THE works of Bridget Riley, and particularly her Blaze 1 emulsion on board, which very much sowed the 'seed of understanding', so to speak, of my own Spiral Art of the POSSIBLE spirituality.

Posted by Michael Grove on April 20, 2022 at 9:00 — 1 Comment

There is no question that Vladimir Putin...

STARTED THE WAR IN UKRAINE and is responsible for

how it is being waged. But why he did so is another

matter. The mainstream view in the West is that he is an

irrational, out-of-touch aggressor bent on creating a

greater Russia in the mould of the former Soviet Union.



Thus, he 
alone bears full responsibility for the Ukraine crisis. But that story is wrong. The West, and especially America, is principally responsible for the crisis which began in February 2014. It has now turned into a war that not only threatens to destroy Ukraine, but also has the potential to escalate into a nuclear war between Russia and NATO.



The trouble over Ukraine actually started at NATO’s Bucharest summit in April 2008, when George W. Bush’s administration pushed the…

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Posted by Michael Grove on April 19, 2022 at 13:00 — 1 Comment

AN in[SIGHT] of UNDERSTANDING in[DEED]



THE WAR IN UKRAINE has prompted an exodus of Russian ‘diplomats’. Does it mark the end of an era?



by Diplomatic editor The Guardian



The unprecedented wave of expulsions of Russian diplomats from European capitals – now close to 400 – is not just a symbolic, if reversible, act of revulsion at the war crimes for which Russia stands accused. It is part of a decades long battle to police the dividing line between espionage and diplomacy, one in which the west of late has been accused of too often ignoring a resurgence in Russia’s clandestine activities, either because of an excessive focus on domestic terrorism, or excessive reliance on intercepts.



Sir John Sawers, the former head of M16, last year said he suspected the west was picking up only 10% of Russia’s espionage.



The current scale of the exodus of alleged Russian spies – probably the largest single set of such expulsions in history according to the distinguished former French diplomat François Heisbourg – may also raise questions about why the west came to indulge so many Russian “diplomats” working on European soil. 
By Friday, among the EU member states,…

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Posted by Michael Grove on April 16, 2022 at 10:30

TOO MANY CHIEFS & NOT ENOUGH INDIANS ...

 and even the CHIEFS ARE NOT FIT TO BE INDIANS !!!

A man has said he is willing to starve himself to death if the energy minister, Greg Hands, does not offer all MPs the same climate crisis briefing that Boris Johnson has described as his “road to Damascus moment”.



For 17 days, Angus Rose, 52, has gone without food. Each morning he goes to Westminster to sit at the gates of parliament on a wooden folding chair, by a blown-up copy of a letter to Hands, in the hope the minister will meet him to talk. So far he has lost 10.9kg (1st 10lb) in weight but Hands has not shown up.

I have said to him that I will continue not eating until he arranges a briefing where Sir Patrick Vallance will brief parliament and the cabinet and make the recording available to be televised,” said Rose. “So all of the pressure is on his shoulders. So he can’t escape it. He can’t just kind of continue. He can’t escape that pressure. He can’t deflect it. It’s ever-present.”

Rose has eaten nothing containing calories…

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Posted by Michael Grove on March 30, 2022 at 15:30 — 2 Comments

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Towards Psychic, and Spiritual Science... 8 Replies

 My project maybe of interest.  www.p2pfoundation.net/Multi-Dimensional_ScienceContinue

Started by Robert Searle. Last reply by Ian Gardner Jun 12, 2013.

The Milk Is White and sequels i.e. the purpose of life. 2 Replies

1. These files are in the recommended reading order for a very good reason.2. In The Milk Is White read from the very first page viz. the title page.3. Most, perhaps all, questions that arise in the…Continue

Started by Ian Gardner. Last reply by Ian Gardner Jun 6, 2013.

happiness 1 Reply

After we start this discussion I am honoured to share the convention I attended this past…Continue

Started by Kath. Last reply by Michael Grove May 14, 2013.

Siona van Dijk 4 Replies

What drew me back into this community is the commendation of our past opinion leader of Gaia Siona.…Continue

Started by Kath. Last reply by Michael Grove May 12, 2013.

 
 
 

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