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  • Re: "Integral Teacher, Integral Students, Integral Classroom"

    Yay! Someone else beat me to it! Now I only have to fill in the couple of extra thoughts I had, instead of writing out all the stuff that Zak did :-) I absolutely agree with everything he said, and was planning on saying it myself. (So, thanks Zak, for making my life easier!) A few other thoughts that Zak didn't mention: 1. From my ...
    Posted to Education (Forum) by randomturtle on August 21, 2006
  • Re: Who Killed The Electric Car?

    I'll also point out that the electric motorcycle/scooter/bike is an even cheaper and more environmentally friendly version of a motorized vehicle than the car. I'm always shocked at how few motorbikes in general there are in my area (a liberal, urban area). We have a whole lot of bicyclists, plenty of public tranist users, lots of walkers, and ...
    Posted to Nunc Fluens (Forum) by randomturtle on August 13, 2006
  • Re: “Theory and Practice of Integral Sustainable Development: Part 1”

    heikkinen:I'm also reminded of the rather grisly analysis I learned in a class on natural disasters&#160;I took once: cost per life saved. I imagine bike lanes have a pretty high cost. Could other solutions provide more bang (lives saved) for your buck? Bike lanes can be cheap or expensive, depending on the design. The cheap ones are often the ...
    Posted to Sustainability (Forum) by randomturtle on August 11, 2006
  • Re: “Theory and Practice of Integral Sustainable Development: Part 2”

    I'll take another stab at answering these great questions... 1. Again in my bicycle education work, I helped create a Public Service Announcement for the Governor's Highway Safety Bureau in my state. The short ad featured a father and daughter in a car, with a cyclist in front of them on the road. The father, who's driving, slows down and waits ...
    Posted to Sustainability (Forum) by randomturtle on August 10, 2006
  • Re: “Theory and Practice of Integral Sustainable Development: Part 1”

    Here's an example I've encountered in my professional career as a bicycle transportation advocate/educator... I ran a survey of our organization's members and potential members asking what their top priorities were when it comes to biking. The overwelming answer was safety. Makes sense, right? Being safe is a basic need for everyone, obviously.
    Posted to Sustainability (Forum) by randomturtle on August 10, 2006
  • Re: Integral Video Games

    There's a similar discussion about video games going on in the Integral Institute forum. In it, I posted this: I think a more realistic, AQAL way to deal with making fun, yet healthy games would be reward healthy, shadow-free problem solving skills. Make it real, so that the higher up you get levelwise, the more Integral your techniques must ...
    Posted to Theory Au Naturel (Forum) by randomturtle on August 7, 2006
  • Re: Update on Ken's Health

    The universe, including the universe inside our bodies, has a funny way of forcing us to slow down doesn't it? I imagine whatever comes of this experience will be amazing in some heretofore unimagined way. But right now, at least to us here in Samsara, it just seems like a crappy thing to happen! Much... Peace, Love, and Bicycles (though easy ...
    Posted to The Frothy Edge (Forum) by randomturtle on August 2, 2006
  • Re: Star Trek and AQAL

    What about that weird Next Gen movie (oh, wait, there were two, weren't there) where Data goes crazy on that primative-yet-second-tier planet where they can stop time and Picard gets all transcendent with the leader lady? That was a particularly forgettable movie (well, I've forgotten most of it anyway), but definitely stretches the mind in a ...
    Posted to Interplay (Forum) by randomturtle on July 31, 2006
  • Re: Star Trek and AQAL

    Hey, that superhero idea was mine! Though I will allow for simultaneous creation of that thought... But I, of course, think that it should be more like AQALTurtle! Though in one of my kids stories I used a Wise Fish. Ever see the kids book Old Turtle and the Broken Truth? It features a turtle who saves the world by literally re-integrating the
    Posted to Interplay (Forum) by randomturtle on July 31, 2006
  • Re: Integral Video Games

    I'm a big fan of the Journey to the Wild Divine, which is a very interesting approach to teaching a variety of traditional wisdom philosophies and techniques for living a more wholistic life. It also uses biofeedback, which quite literally adds to the integral nature of the game. There is no violence in the game (which I definitely appreciate!), ...
    Posted to Theory Au Naturel (Forum) by randomturtle on July 31, 2006
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