Tuesday, June 24, 2008

Rousing Discussion of Wherher or Not To Keep the Exopolitics Entry at Wikipedia

A rousing discussion of whether or not to keep 'Exopolitics' as an entry is currently being held at the following address:

ttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/User_talk:Sandstein#Exopolitics

I was excited that Stephen Bassett linked my posting of this event on this discussion.

I posted my own vote and I encourage you to do the same thing. I'm rather proud of my input:

Keep. Exception was made that Alfred Webre is the only author that discusses this. Researcher Michael Salls also refers to this, you may see his website at exopolitics.org or you may take a class at his exopoliticsinstitute.org, or you may view his video introduction: Exopolitics: New Discipline for a New Paradigm. If you were listening to Coast to Coast on May 13, 2008 you could have heard an 'Exopolitics Roundtable' which included not only Salla and Webre but also Paola Harris and Richard Hoagland. If you lived in Canada you might be interested in being involved in exopoliticstornto.com, which is headed by Victor Viggiani. Another Canadian that is highly involved in this group is Paul Hellyer, former Minister of Defense in the Pearson Government. If you like music, you might like the group Muse and their song. The name of the song is 'Exo-politics'. If you go to google you will find over 600,000 returns searching for the word exopolitics. Exopolitics, then, is a word and a thought that pervades throughout our whole culture and knows no division of country or people or media outlet. To deny that the word and concept exopolitics has no relevance in our society is to turn a blind eye to that which makes up our society. Brian 'C3' Hamby

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