Thursday, April 30, 2009



Yes, an email sent to Mark Joyner's famed New Zealand can get there YESTERDAY. Because of Spaceship Earth's multiple time zones, it is possible to send messages back in time.

However, I NEED A DAY-BEFORE-YESTERDAY delivery mechanism. You SEE... I promised Richard Webster & Gina Thies a completed manuscript by end-of-April. I missed that deadline. Woooosh. Douglas Adams writes, "I love deadlines. I like the whooshing sound they make as they fly by."

Woosh. Woops! I'm sorry. Please pardon me. Thank you. I'm on iT and not finished.

Richard & Gina...
I'm sorry to keep you waiting for the first completed draft of GUERRILLA MARKETING FOR MAGICIANS, PSYCHICS & PERFORMING PHILOSOPHERS.

Much love & GOOD ENERGY,


Thursday, April 23, 2009

What does "Good Energy" mean to you?

I'll go first... "Good Energy" to me means feeling good for no specific reason at all, feeling unshakably calm & collected, aka being in tune with Your Self.

Now, what does Good Energy mean to you? Please contribute your thoughts in the comments below.
Thank you, especially for your considerations. Considerations are a form of THOUGHT. Thoughts radiate and entrain. Simply by reading as far as you have, you have already contributed to this thought experiment. Thank you for ingesting our GOOD ENERGY meme. Thank you for your participation in this New Thought experiment.


Benjamin Garth Siddhartha Mack

Tuesday, April 21, 2009

do you have an instruction manual for... Spaceship #EARTHday

The 1st Earth Day was celebrated April 22, 1970.

Today, more and more people are calling 4/22...


Earth Day was founded by Wisconsin's U.S. Senator Gaylord Nelson, Earth Day is considered by many the birthday of the modern environmental movement. Senator Nelson explains the first Earth Day was engineered "to shake up the political establishment and force this issue onto the national agenda." "It was a gamble, it was a protest," he recollects, "and it worked."

Earth Day was popularized globally by United Nations Secretary General Thant when he spoke of Spaceship Earth on Earth Day March 21, 1971 at the ceremony of the ringing of the Japanese Peace Bell: "May there only be peaceful and cheerful Earth Days to come for our beautiful Spaceship Earth as it continues to spin and circle in frigid space with its warm and fragile cargo of animate life."

History of Earth Day

Participant in Earth Day, 1970.
Photo: EPA History Office

1970 was a year when North Americans were polluting our atmosphere the fastest by using leaded gas. While adding lead to steel creates a great alloy graphite-steel, adding lead to gasoline prevents engines from knocking. Leaded gasoline also accelerated GLOBAL WARMING faster than anything else humans have concocted. We might all be heartened to remember how quickly leaded gasoline went away after we realized it was sickening to Spaceship Earth.

In 1970, air pollution was commonly accepted as the smell of prosperity. Environment was a word that appeared more often in spelling bees than on the evening news. Seriously.

Earth Day 1970 turned that all around and began the modern environmentalism movement.

Earth Day + Spaceship Earth = Spaceship Earth Day

Spaceship Earth is a term expressing how we're all on the same planet and how pollution doesn't relegate itself to its nation of origin. The term is frequently credited to R. Buckminster (Bucky) Fuller, the most effective propagator of the meme Spaceship Earth.

Bucky Fuller was popularizing a term coined in 1965, by Adlai Stevenson. In July 9, 1965 Stevenson spoke on behalf of The United States to the United Nations, "We travel together, passengers on a little space ship, dependent on its vulnerable reserves of air and soil." On July 14, 1965 Adlai Stevenson mysteriously and suddenly died of a heart attack. The CIA has formally denied any connection with his sudden death.

1966, Spaceship Earth became the title of a book by a friend of Stevenson's, the internationally influential economist Barbara Ward. 1966, Kenneth E. Boulding titled an academic essay, The Economics of the Coming Spaceship Earth, warning Americans about our "cowboy economy." David Korten forwarded the "cowboys in a spaceship" meme in his 1995 book When Corporations Rule the World.

"Spaceship Earth" was most effectively popularized by R. Buckminster Fuller's 1969 book Operating Manual Spaceship Earth, partially to popularize the dangers he saw of over reliance of non-renewable resources like Fossil Fuel: "...can make all of humanity successful through science's world-engulfing industrial evolution provided that we are not so foolish as to continue to exhaust in a split second of astronomical history the orderly energy savings of billions of years' energy conservation aboard our Spaceship Earth. These energy savings have been put into our Spaceship's life-regeneration-guaranteeing bank account for use only in self-starter functions."

Bucky had an idea or three about how we might save the planet...

Step 1) Popularize The World Game.

Step 2) Build a GLOBAL ENERGY NETWORK across hemispheres that transports electricity created by local renewable resources, because hemispheres have an energetic disadvantage during winter months and they become especially vulnerable to hegemonic influences during these seasons.

Step 3) Give clean drinkable water to every human on Spaceship Earth because it is humane and the process of getting clean drinkable water to every human on our planet will dissolve the imaginary boundaries enough to facilitate global cooperation.

To the people who died to plan this flag in our calendar, we salute you!

Learn Bucky's NOT-SO-SECRET Plan...

Tuesday, April 14, 2009

do you see the Geodesic patterns?

Friends & Lovers of Humanity,

Next to my parents, R. Buckminster Fuller has had the greatest impact on my life. I met Dr. Fuller when I was twelve-years-old for two-days and for a third day when I was thirteen. Dr. Fuller began his talk with us by saying, "Call me Bucky." These interviews became a book written by Richard J. Brenneman, Fuller's Earth which is currently being re-released.

How was I chosen to be one of the three kids? My mom sold me in. Richard Brenneman was looking for two girls and one boy. He already had one boy and one girl and my persuasive mom successfully rallied for my inclusion. Thank you Mom. I had recently won Best-of-Show in my elementary school science fair. There were a few dirty-little-secrets about the project that were never publicly discussed, until now...
  1. All three children were currently attending Christian Science Sunday schools when the interviews took place. NOTEWORTHY: Neither me nor the other two Bucky Kids are Christian Scientists. Also, Richard Brenneman's next book was an exposé of Christian Science.
  2. Bucky discussed clairavoyance and almost all references to extra sensitive perceptions were stripped from the book.
  3. Bucky's tone of urgency is also removed from the book. NOTEWORTHY: Cosmography, the book Fuller completed on the day he was taken to the hospital where he died three days later was not published for nine years.
=> Buy Bucky's book, FULLER'S EARTH, here. Thank you.

It wasn't until I was thirty-nine did I receive my most poignant gift from Bucky, he taught me how to be happy. However, Bucky's impact on my life started immediately. At age 14, I read Synergetics, a book that will sculpt your mind around the natural philosophy proof Bucky crafted with E. J. Applewhite. Moreover, Bucky gave me the fortitude to intellectually stand up to teachers who appeared to me to have stilted representations of reality. However, my biggest Bucky shakabuku arrived in 1992 when I passed by a book store and saw a new book by Buckminster Fuller, Cosmography. I bought the book and read it straight through... it was in that evening that I truly caught The Bucky Virus. I tell this tale in the free book Poker Without Cards.

Cosmography begins... The dark ages still reign over all humanity, and the depth and persistence of this domination are only now becoming clear. This Dark Ages prison has no steel bars, chains, or locks. Instead, it is locked by misorientation and built of misinformation. Caught up in a plethora of conditioned reflexes and driven by the human ego, both warden and prisoner attempt meagerly to compete with God. All are intractably skeptical of what they do not understand. We are powerfully imprisoned in these Dark Ages simply by the terms in which we have been conditioned to think.

=> Buy FULLER'S EARTH, here. Thank you.