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2010-05-23 2nd Journal TRANSCRIPT: http://www.scribd.com/doc/32129079/Advancement-thru-Technology-Biology-or-Inner-Divinity iTunes podcast http://www.itunes.com/podcast?id=371766765 Blip.tv channel http://theresaaharvey.blip.tv/ Intro: Why are the birds so quiet? It’s a little disturbing, at least to the mind - which I admit is what’s asking the question. It’s only cloudy. It’s not pouring rain, nor even windy nor anything. Just cloudy, and oh, so very still. I’m not used to the silence, living on the edge of the woods as I do, here. The birds in Spring time are usually so noisy. Well, one thing’s quite likely, and that is that I just haven’t been sufficiently observant, before. I doubt this is anything unusual. Nature is nature, after all, and pretty darn reliable, too. Yet, when we live our lives caught up in the mind stream, we pay precious little attention to anything outside of that. Nature is definitely outside of it. The crickets, cicadas, and other insects make quite a harmony here, too. It all adds to the beautiful symphony. The honeysuckle is blooming, wild, all over the place now. So often the breezes seem to carry its heavy, heady scent. Just beautiful. Makes you so glad to be alive, and in 3D. Sure, that’s not the only ‘place’ we’re alive, the only dimension on which we exist, and I know I spend a lot of time with you, taking you to other aspects and dimensions of life. Well, I don’t mean to minimize 3D in doing this. It doesn’t get much more special than what we’ve got, right here. Everything is fractal. It really helps to see that, to at least know what a fractal image looks like, what traveling down through it is like. I’ll provide links in the transcript to a couple of videos on that. It’s the ultimate “As above, so below’ action, the fractal. Glad we’ve finally developed the computing power to be able to see this aspect or image of life, here... Distributed by Tubemogul.