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The US Justice Deptartment is pushing for the legal right to track mobile phones without a warrant.
Participation in information flows and streaming is representative of the era we are moving into, as the visible plane dissolves its technological objects into the realm of the invisible. Our digital identities, traces, networks, and lives become merged with our physical footprints.
The term “distracted” doctoring does not adequately describe healthcare providers who habitually use electronic devices for non-medical purposes during patient care. These doctors, nurses, and technicians aren’t distracted by outside happenings; they’re purposefully deciding to interact with Facebook friends or Twitter followers instead of the patient in front of them.
The Electric Universe theorizes a ubiquitous primal force trillions of times more powerful than gravity -- electricity -- whose currents travel through space in spirals and form a network between all the planets and stars in the universe. It's electric, it's alive, and it's buzzing like Yankee Stadium on opening day.
In his new book, Kent takes the first steps toward a refined and quantifieable theory and terminology of psychedelic action, touching on topics like shamanic technique, multi-stable strange attractors, and psychedelic agents as nonlinear feedback amplifiers.
There is mounting evidence that electro-magnetic frequencies can cause fatigue, depression and impotence. Yet education and regulations concerning EMFs have been discouraged in the US by big business and the media.
The new, pervasive communications media have pushed us into what mystics have called the etheric realms. Without proper tools and preparation, we can become trapped in a maze of electronically magnified addictions and fears. We must call upon the protector archetypes as we embark on our cyber-shamanic initiation.
A neckband turns thought into speech, allowing for telepathic connections between people and technological devices.
I get asked what I think about sampling a lot. Think of this essay as a soundbite for the sonically perplexed.

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