To Be Continued...

I've been a little remiss in posting lately. Life happened. I should have the pieces picked up in a week or two and will be back. Thank you all who have wondered and took the time to contact me. Much appreciated...


Human Rights

Amnesty International's new report on human rights violations says armed conflict, the post-September 11 crackdown on terrorism, and anti-crime campaigns have led to a deterioration in rights for most Asians.

Don't Trash Everest!

As mountain climbers throng Nepal's Mount Everest for the 50th anniversary of the first ascent, environmental activists are using the Golden Jubilee to raise awareness of how Everest tourism is inundating the mountain with trash.



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Announcement: Albert Einstein Archives Online

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Hundreds of Albert Einstein's scientific papers, personal letters and humanist essays are now on the Internet.

The documents, some dating back to Einstein's youth, can be found on a Web site run by the Einstein Papers Project at the California Institute of Technology in Pasadena and the Albert Einstein Archives at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.

(via San Jose Mercury News/SiliconValley.com)



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Article 3 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights

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From the Preamble of The Earth Charter

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The Code of the Warrior

The Code of the Warrior   by Shannon E. French


Coming Soon

Blogging Hacks by Ben Hammersley


Well Loved

The DaVinci Code by Dan Brown


Falling All Over Myself

As a new weblogger in search of kindred thinkers, just to be noticed by Rebecca Blood is beyond my wildest expectations. I consider it a gift. She cites, "A very interesting list of books linked from ex-entropy, including titles on sustainability and ethics." Thank you Rebecca... and thank you for the link to Earth-Info.Net. Matt's site is just what I've been looking for.


Books Bloggers Like

(via All Consuming and OnFocus )

Pattern Recognition  by William Gibson

Smart Mobs by Howard Rheingold

Google Hacks by Tara Calishain

The Rise of the Network Society by Manuel Castells

We Blog  by Bausch, Haughey, Hourihan

View From the Top: NYT and Independent Booksellers Best Sellers


What Should I Do with My Life? by Po Bronson

The Purpose-Driven Life by Rick Warren

The Power of Full Engagement by Jim Loehr and Tony Schwartz

The Laws of Money, The Lessons of Life by Suze Orman

The Power of Now by Eckhart Tolle

Hardcover Fiction

Armageddon  by Tim LaHaye and Jerry Jenkins

Lost Light by Michael Connelly

The King of Torts by John Grisham

Hardcover Nonfiction

Leap of Faith by Queen Noor

Stupid White Men by Michael Moore

Dereliction of Duty by Robert Patterson

The Savage Nation by Michael Savage

The Crisis of Islam by Bernard Lewis


For as long as we have lived on earth, we have been fighting.
For as long as we have been fighting, we have been discussing the rights and wrongs of conflict.
Clearly, we are still fighting and, thankfully, still talking.
Link to Ethics to follow a new blog on the Ethics of War.