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Issue 406 In This Issue November 29th, 2014

Editors Corner

Did you know that you can grow fresh herbs through the winter rather then getting them from the store? Herbs like Cilantro, Rosemary, Oregano, Parsley, Thyme and more? Food always seems to taste better when we grow it ourselves. Click here

On a slightly different topic, have you heard about the Kenyan school students who fixed their schools shoddy sanitation system and used it to generate clean energy? They also upgraded some of the cooking stations in their schools kitchen from badly ventilated wood-fired to much cleaner burning bio-gas. Click here

A lot of the technology we have today would not be around if it wasn't for scientific discovery. Some of you may already be aware that scientific discoveries do not always get published. What you may not know is why. Apparently it's because of an archaic publishing system put in place long before the internet was invented. Daniel Marovitz is attempting to change that and hopefully make all discoveries, however small or insignificant they may seem, known and easily accessible. Click here

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The Art of Illumination: Anna Cheung's Mystic Journey
An Artist’s Journey of Healing and Enlightenment
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An ordinary woman free of religion or beliefs used her brush to paint the story of her trek through the Himalayas to Tibet’s Mount Kailash. It is more than an exhibition of art. It is more than the record of a personal journey. It is a visual account of a pilgrimage that illuminated her life.

- From the Anna Cheung Collection Program

Those who have been touched by Anna Cheung’s art and personal journey are not inclined to regard her as “ordinary” at all. She exemplifies a person whose life journey is distinguished by an unquenchable passion for learning and for adventures well lived.

Born in Beijing during the Mao Era, Anna graduated secondary school at the height of China’s Cultural Revolution – a time in which post-secondary educational opportunities were almost non-existent. With limited options to choose from, she enlisted in the Air Force. During her two and a half years of military service, a friend advised her to continue developing mathematical skills quietly and on her own. After Mao’s death, China’s universities re-opened their doors, but were hard pressed to find qualified instructors. Anna became one of the first university students to register, and soon became an instructor herself due to her high marks. She rose to the top of this career quickly and enjoyed her prestigious job for a time, but after seven years realized that there was nothing left for her to strive for. In a surprising move, she walked away from the safety and comfort of an academic post and accepted an entrylevel job with China’s Department of National Defense.

Her primary responsibility became the declassification of technologies that could be adapted for development by China’s growing international trade industries. After several years of dedicated work for her beloved country, she would leave her position with the government and with little money in her pocket, move to Hong Kong, start her own business buying and selling factories, and contribute to the creation of China’s manufacturing empire. January 1, 2000, she retired a wealthy, self-made woman. What was next for her?

She remembered a European man who had once introduced her to something called Ramtha in the early 1990’s. Anna was compelled to call her friend and ask about what he had offered her years before. After viewing a set of videos, Anna immediately booked a flight for the United States to study at RSE (Ramtha’s School of Enlightenment) in Yelm, Washington. When questioned about learning knowledge from a channeled entity, she always replies, “I don’t care who tells me these things, the information is too good.”

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Bloggers Corner
Net Neutrality
By Florence Vincent

The President just came out in favor of the internet being open to all. Or Net Neutrality as it's called. He is asking the FCC to regulate cable companies the same as phone companies. Imagine the phone company listening in to your call, and if they thought you were making a business call, they would charge you 10 cents a minute, whereas if it sounded like you were calling your grandmother, they would only charge you 3 cents a minute. Cable companies shouldn't charge us differently depending on which site we look at. We need to make internet providers Title 2 Common Carrier's just like phone companies. Isn't the government supposed to make life easier and better for its citizen's and businesses? Shouldn't we all be like Chattanooga! That city is providing internet service, rather than leaving it to the cable carriers and their slower more expensive service.

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Garden Watch

Medicinal herb garden
What to grow and how to keep it growing all winter
You may not think it a worthwhile endeavor to grow culinary herbs indoors, or outdoors for that matter. After all, a quick trip to most food stores will usually allow you to come back with the spices you need. But how fresh are they and have they been irradiated? There are medicinal qualities to some culinary herbs that are best ensured by growing your own. And they don't require much space. They can even be cultivated indoors if you lack outdoor earth space or if your area suffers severe winter weather. All material sources for this article recommend using the kitchen or area near the kitchen where there is six hours of sufficient sunlight. But if your area gets a good deal of cold weather, don't cultivate too close to windows. In lieu of sunshine, grow lamps can be used. Just be prepared for that SWAT team to bash your door down looking for weed (kidding, sort of). One source advises bringing in herbal plants during cold weather that are perennial instead of annual. Perennials keep on going even outdoors when they go dormant during cold winters. Annuals have to be replanted.

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Why Vertical Farming Might Be Our Planet’s Future
Explosive growth that will take place in the world’s urban centers as we reach 2050. To keep these people from starvation, architects and farmers have combined their talents to create Vertical Farming. Although not entirely new, these farms are becoming more efficient and may appear as skyscraper greenhouses throughout many urban cities. Vertical farming can take many architectural shapes and offers a number of key solutions to the problems of efficient food growth.

Draught Resistant
Food supplies are more secure with vertical farming. Production can continue year around, even during long draughts, which seem to be more frequent as the world undergoes climate change. In Nature Climate Change: The Global Groundwater Crisis, James Famiglietti, a leading hydrologist at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory warns that groundwater depletion poses a far greater threat to global water security than is currently acknowledged. His research team employs satellites and computer modeling to track changing freshwater availability and groundwater depletion around the world.

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RSE Newsletter

Michelangelo’s painting seen in a different way – Ramtha on the true meaning of Michelangelo’s work almost 2 decades ago:
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"How Sharing Food Makes You a Better Person” and "Gratitude" added to #Ramtha on the value of blessing one's food:
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"[Blue] Light-activated neurons from stem cells restore function to paralysed muscles” added to #Ramtha on the inroads of U-V technology:
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“Privateers Make a Water Grab” added to #Ramtha on water wars:
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Religion does more harm than good – Ramtha: Every person is divine and a God!
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Happy Thanksgiving from all of us at RSE !
THANKSGIVING DAY has been an annual tradition in the United States since President Lincoln's 1863 Proclamation (see the Proclamation):

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RSE Taiwan Coordinator Wen-Chun’s video’s now added to August's photographed sightings there (scroll to bottom):
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“Climate Change Threatens to Strip the Identity of Glacier National Park” added to #Ramtha on this subject:
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“Disturbing! ... “ Are we witnessing the Gulf Stream closing down?" added to Ramtha's & JZ’s teachings on this subject:
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“A Reuter’s Series: Water’s Edge – The Crisis of Rising Sea Levels” - HOUSTON:
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Ramtha’s quintessential teaching on marijuana – An excellent perspective with recent legalizations:
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"Water being auctioned for millions of dollars in California as drought reaches extremes" added to #Ramtha on this:
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Science Watch

In the Digital Age, Science Publishing Needs an Upgrade (Op Ed)
Quick quiz, which is bigger: the global music industry or scientific publishing? You may be surprised to learn that the music industry racks up $15 billion each year in sales, whereas scientific publishing quietly brings in $19 billion. This "under-the-radar" colossus gets very little attention, yet influences us all. In many ways, published science tracks and influences the course of our species on this planet. It enables scientists to find out what other researchers are working on and what discoveries they have made. It helps governments decide where to invest and helps universities decide whom to hire. Most people don't give it a second thought but they should. All of us are consumers of science, and perhaps most crucially, all of us are eventually medical patients dependent on the discoveries published in medical journals. The way science is disseminated and the way articles are published is not just a geeky question for librarians — it impacts our society in profound ways.

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Technology Watch

This gel can make you stop bleeding instantly
Joe Landolina

How to Cool Buildings Without Electricity? Beam Heat into Space
A new superthin material can cool buildings without requiring electricity, by beaming heat directly into outer space, researchers say. In addition to cooling areas that don't have access to electrical power, the material could help reduce demand for electricity, since air conditioning accounts for nearly 15 percent of the electricity consumed by buildings in the United States. The heart of the new cooler is a multilayered material measuring just 1.8 microns thick, which is thinner than the thinnest sheet of aluminum foil. In comparison, the average human hair is about 100 microns wide. [Top 10 Craziest Environmental Ideas] This material is made of seven layers of silicon dioxide and hafnium dioxide on top of a thin layer of silver. The way each layer varies in thickness makes the material bend visible and invisible forms of light in ways that grant it cooling properties. Invisible light in the form of infrared radiation is one key way all objects shed heat. "If you use an infrared camera, you can see we all glow in infrared light," said study co-author Shanhui Fan, an electrical engineer at Stanford University in California.

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Genius Mind

A Kenyan kid turns his friends’ poop into clean energy
In January 2013, Maseno School in western Kenya had just completed a brand new dormitory, but the building’s shoddy sanitation system was a stinky mess. Founded in 1906 by Christian missionaries, Maseno is the oldest English-language school in Kenya and counts President Obama’s pops among its notable alumni. The new dorm, home to 720 students, featured a pit latrine and malfunctioning sewer system that, predictably, smelled like shit. Periodic blockages brought on by lack of water made the foul odors even more putrid, and the faulty sewer system contaminated a nearby stream that provided freshwater to the community. Meanwhile, using firewood for cooking fuel was causing more problems. Burning wood in the school’s kitchen poses a serious health risk, threatening the lungs and throats of those who prepare food. And cutting down trees for firewood fuel provokes conflicts between the school and the surrounding community as the forest is depleted. Polluting the local water supply aggravated these rifts, to the point that locals protested the completion of the dormitory.

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Triad Theater
Calendar of Events

November 28th: Songwriter and Poets Showcase @ 7pm /Raffle Drawing @ 8pm
$5 donation Bring raffle stub for free admission.

November 29th @ 6pm: Conversations with Miceal!
This month's topic: LUST!!!! More info on tickets go to


December 6th @ 9am: The CHRISTMAS PARADE w/the Triad in it!!!
We are number 32!

December 9th @ 7pm: Scott Mowry's Internet News Updates
(Miracles and Inspiration) on Current Events Not shown on Mainstream news. $10 donation at door

December 13th @ 7pm: The Return of Andrew Basiago Time Traveler
And surprise guest to Andrew, Sir Alfred Webre who will Skype to us from Vancover. Tickets: $25

December 14th @ 1pm: The Magical True Story of St Nicolas..
A children's event narrated by RSE Student and famous St Nicolas of Yelm.

December 18th @ 7pm: Yelmshire Poetry

December 19th @ 7pm: The Magical True Story of St Nicolas
(Advanced version)  presented by the St Nicolas himself, you will hear a fascinating history of the great Master who later became Sainted by the Catholic Church due to all his miracles.
This is a fund raiser for the Triad Theater so donations are greatly appreciated but not necessary. Please come. We will have Christmas caroling after the presentation and hot cider and cocoa and Christmas sweets for the occasion.

December 20th @ 7pm: The Yelm Community Orchestra and Chorale doing traditional Christmas Tunes!

December 23rd @ 7pm: Scott Mowry's Story of Christmas
A fascinating history of the origins of the Christmas Tradition as only Scott can tell us. This is a colorful slide show and lecture. Also included will be the updates in latest news events that lead us to the new year of 2015.  Tickets  $10

December 25th @ 2pm & 5pm: Film Premiere : "The Immortalists"
2 Scientists... (seeking immortality or die trying), Perfect Christmas Movie Matinee. Evening: More movies...

December 27th @ 6pm: Conversations with Miceal

December 31st @ 9pm: New Years Ball/ Dance
Vintage Goodwill Gowns and Black tie. Dance the new year in...

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