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Comment by Hermine Schellen on February 21, 2012 at 1:32pm

 Science overturns view of humans as naturally 'nasty'

   The following is truly great news. Scientist are today confirming that human's inate nature is moral. In comparing the animal world to the humanworld,cleary the moral and social natures is acctually at their core being. Which essentially confirms that humans were created good, but due certain circumstances, deviations occur. In short 'nasty human behavior' is not part of the original human design.


AFP News: 

 The Biological research increasingly debunks the view of humanity as competitive, aggressive and brutish, a leading specialist in primate behavior told a major science conference.

"Humans have a lot of pro-social tendencies," Frans de Waal, a biologist at Emory University in Atlanta, told the annual meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science.

New research on higher animals from primates and elephants to mice shows there is a biological basis for behavior such as cooperation, said de Waal, author of "The Age of Empathy: Nature's Lessons for a Kinder Society."

 Until just 12 years ago, the common view among scientists was that humans were "nasty" at the core but had developed a veneer of morality -- albeit a thin one, de Waal told scientists and journalists from some 50 countries.

But human children -- and most higher animals -- are "moral" in a scientific sense, because they need to cooperate with each other to reproduce and pass on their genes, he said.

Research has disproved the view, dominant since the 19th century, typical of biologist Thomas Henry Huxley's argument that morality is absent in nature and something created by humans, said de Waal.

And common assumptions that the harsh view was promoted by Charles Darwin, the so-called father of evolution, are also wrong, he said.

"Darwin was much smarter than most of his followers," said de Waal, quoting from Darwin's "The Descent of Man" that animals that developed "well-marked social instincts would inevitably acquire a moral sense or conscience."

De Waal showed the audience videos from laboratories revealing the dramatic emotional distress of a monkey denied a treat that another monkey received; and of a rat giving up chocolate in order to help another rat escape from a trap.

Such research shows that animals naturally have pro-social tendencies for "reciprocity, fairness, empathy and consolation," said de Waal, a Dutch biologist at Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia.

"Human morality is unthinkable without empathy."

Asked if wide public acceptance of empathy as natural would change the intense competition on which capitalist economic and political systems are based, de Waal quipped, "I'm just a monkey watcher."

But he told reporters that research also shows animals bestow their empathy on animals they are familiar with in their "in-group" -- and that natural tendency is a challenge in a globalized human world.

"Morality" developed in humans in small communities, he said, adding: "It's a challenge... it's experimental for the human species to apply a system intended for (in-groups) to the whole world

Comment by Lenka Lipkova on January 26, 2012 at 12:04pm

Jose Arguelles-World Peace

I was happy to come a cross of this man's sharing and would like to share also with our b+s.

I felt, since he is already in the spiritual world, if someone could arrange for this man that  he could receive Sungva ceremony. I feel he is one of the saints who lived in the time of TP.....

Comment by Hermine Schellen on January 23, 2012 at 8:24am

An underwater theatre show to mark Chinese New Year in Jakarta. Across Asia people marked the start of the Year of the Dragon by praying, feasting and celebrating with their families.   (AFP)

Comment by Hermine Schellen on January 23, 2012 at 8:08am

Year of the Dragon roars into Asia

A Chinese woman lights joss sticks to pray for prosperity and well being on the first day of the 'Year of the Dragon', at the Dongyue Temple in Beijing on January 23, 2012. China is welcoming the year of the dragon, a symbol considered to be particularly auspicious because it is the only mythical creature among the dozen animals that represent each year in the Chinese cosmic cycleEnlarge Photo


A billion-plus Asians welcomed the Year of the Dragon on Monday with a cacophony of fireworks, hoping the mightiest sign in the Chinese zodiac will usher in the wealth and power it represents.

From Malaysia to South Korea, millions of people travelled huge distances to reunite with their families for Lunar New Year -- the most important holiday of the year for many in Asia -- indulging in feasts or watching dragon dances.

As the clock struck midnight, Beijing's skyline lit up with colour as families across the Chinese capital set off boxes and boxes of fireworks to ward off evil spirits in the new year -- a scene repeated across the country.

Pollution levels in the city, which has come under fire for its bad air quality, spiked in the early hours of Monday morning as fireworks filled the skies with particulates, before falling back down again, official data showed.

North Koreans marked the Lunar New Year by laying flowers before portraits of late leader Kim Jong-Il and recollecting his "undying feats", the official news agency reported.

Those living in the Philippines were able to sleep in on Monday after the Lunar New Year became an official holiday for the first time, despite objections from some in the business community.

The dragon is the most favourable and revered sign in the 12-year Chinese zodiac -- a symbol of royalty, fortune and power that is also used in other cultures that mark the Lunar New Year.

Hospitals across China and in Chinese communities are bracing for a baby boom as couples try to have a child this year.

Nannies in Beijing and neighbouring Tianjin have hiked up their prices for 2012 and the beds in the capital's Maternity Hospital are all booked up until August, according to the official Xinhua news agency.

Singapore's Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong even took advantage of the Dragon to urge the country's residents to boost a stubbornly low birth rate, in an attempt to reduce the government's reliance on foreign workers.

"I fervently hope that this year will be a big Dragon Year for babies... This is critical to preserve a Singapore core in our society," he said in his new year message.

But in Hong Kong, where tens of thousands of pregnant mainlanders come to give birth every year to gain residency rights for their children, a Dragon baby boom could exacerbate problems of limited beds and soaring delivery costs.

According to some astrologers and geomancers, the Dragon may bring natural disasters and financial volatility to an already unstable world.

Hong Kong feng shui master Anthony Cheng warned a "scandalous corruption case" would rock China in the second half of 2012 and said high-ranking Chinese officials would be forced to resign, jailed or even die.

But across Asia most ignored the doomsday predictions, instead praying, feasting and celebrating with their families.

In Malaysia, where 25 percent of the population is ethnic Chinese, highways were clogged at the weekend while the capital Kuala Lumpur became almost deserted as people travelled home.The new year began in tragedy for a family in central China's Hunan province when a man set off explosives at a feast at his cousin's house over a land dispute, killing himself and four others.

More than half of the population in South Korea, which also celebrates the Lunar New Year -- some 31 million people -- took to roads, railways and planes for the holiday.

But stores in Seoul -- normally quiet at this time of year -- bustled with activity as tens of thousands of tourists from China swamped major shopping areas to spend an expected 100 billion won ($88 million) in January.

"I feel like I'm walking on the street in China. There are so many of them," Park Eun-Yong, a South Korean college student, told AFP.

Chinese tourists also flocked to Tokyo, where interpreters in Mitsukoshi -- one of Japan's most prestigious department stores -- were on hand to help with purchases and announcements were made in Mandarin.

Comment by Hermine Schellen on January 23, 2012 at 6:26am

 01.19.2012- Long Duration M3.2 Class Solar Flare and MCE                        After a two month respite from Earth-directed solar events, the Sun sends an M3.2 class flare and CME our way.     (Latest Feature News from NASA)

Comment by Hermine Schellen on January 23, 2012 at 6:06am

This image provided Wednesday, April 21, 2010 by NASA shows an eruptive prominence …

After five years of surprising quiet, the sun roared to life in 2011

The solar activity is likely to continue increasing until 2013 or so, Kucera said. 

Young agrees.

"With the increased activity and the great data we have from SDO, Stereo, SOHO, and more, 2012 should be a very exciting year in solar physics."

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Comment by Hermine Schellen on January 21, 2012 at 8:26am


*Congratulations True Parents* for the Victorious Speaking Tour in Korea from 8th to 15th Jannuary 2012.  If one consider's Aboji being over 90 years of age and stilldoing Speaking Tours, I can truly see that Aboji is living up to His Words 100%.  He said he will Invest every ounce of his Energy for sake of God. (I heard him say that in Windemere in Seattle in the 8o's)

"Aboji you are AWSOME!!"            ** TRUE PARENTS I LOVE YOU!**


Schedule of the Rally for the True Parents of Heaven, Earth and Human - Korea / Jan. 8 ~ 15

Jan. 8 - 1:30pm - Kintex  = Participants from Kyeongginambu & Kyeonggibokbo

Jan. 9 - 2:30pm - Ramada Plaza Grand Hall  = Participants from Chungbok

Jan. 10 - 1:30pm - Daegu Exco Exhibition & Convention Hall  = Participants from Daegu & Kyungbok 

Jan. 11 - 2:30pm - Kangwon Lakeside Gymnasium  = Participants from  Kangwondo
Jan. 12 - 1:30pm - Yum-ju Gymnasium = Participants from Kwangju, Jeonbok & Cheonnam

Jan. 13 - 2:30pm - Hong Song Gymnasium  = Participants from Daejon & Chungnam

Jan. 14 - 1:30pm - Pusan BEXCO = Participants from Pusan, Ulsan & Kyungnam

Jan. 15 - 1:30pm - Kintex  = Participants from Seoul & Inchon 

Speech:   Assembly to Proclaim the Substantial Word and the Era of the       True Parents of Heaven, Earth and Humankind 

Comment by Hermine Schellen on December 21, 2011 at 1:27am

Exclusive: Kim heir to share power with N.Korea military

BEIJING (Reuters) - North Korea's new young leader will have to share power with an uncle and the military after the death of his father Kim Jong-il as the isolated country shifts to collective rule from strongman dictatorship, a source with close ties to Pyongyang and Beijing said. The source added that the military, which is trying to develop a nuclear arsenal, has pledged allegiance to the untested Kim Jong-un who takes over the family dynasty that has ruled North Korea since it was founded after world War Two. ...

Comment by Hermine Schellen on December 19, 2011 at 6:04am

Chairman Kim Jong Il passes away on Saturday, due to heart failure.

Kim Jong-Un: North Korea's enigmatic heir apparent

The young man tipped to be North Korea's next leader and propel the Kim dynasty into a third generation is even more of an enigma than his mercurial father Kim Jong-Il, who has died at the age of 69.

North Korean state media on Monday urged people to follow Kim's youngest son and heir apparent Kim Jong-Un, aged in his late 20s, after announcing that his father had died on Saturday, plunging the country into confusion.

Kim Jong-Un's life is shrouded in mystery, but in recent years he has been pushed to the forefront as his father apparently speeded up plans for a second dynastic succession after suffering a stroke in August 2008.

In September 2010 the son was made a four-star general and given senior ruling party posts, despite his lack of any military experience. It was only then that state media published his first-ever adult photograph.

Since his elevation, Kim Jong-Un has been constantly at his father's side, and said to be actively involved in state affairs.

North Korea's propaganda machine has rolled into action to build up the same personality cult for Jong-Un that surrounded his father and late grandfather Kim Il-Sung, the founder and "eternal leader" of North Korea who died in 1994.

In recent months, state media began referring to him as "general", after having previously only used his official title -- vice-chairman of the central military commission of the Workers' Party of Korea.

"The latest move indicates Kim Jong-Un is being put forward formally as a powerful leader like his father," Sejong Institute analyst Cheong Seong-Chang, a specialist in the succession issue, said in October.

"Such a title has been used internally but North Korea now appears to be boosting the image of Jong-Un as military leader," he added.

Little is known about the succession. South Korea's top official on cross-border affairs said last month that there would be challenges in transferring power to the son.

Kim Jong-Il's only sister Kim Kyong-Hui and her husband Jang Song-Thaek, the country's unofficial number-two leader, are expected to act as his guardian and throw their political weight behind him, analysts say.

In a memoir, Kenji Fujimoto, a former Japanese sushi chef for Kim Jong-Il, described the Swiss-educated Jong-Un as a "chip off the old block, a spitting image of his father in terms of face, body shape and personality".

Despite the dearth of information, Jong-Un has made headlines since his name was floated by South Korean media in early 2009 as the figure being groomed to succeed his father.

Little is known for sure about his character but experts believe he has traits in common with his father.

"Jong-Un is known to have the potential to become a strong, ruthless leader. He has a take-charge personality," Sejong Institute's Cheong has told AFP.

"As a result, as of the summer of 2010, Kim Jong-Un peddles influence, excluding in foreign affairs matters, on state affairs on a level similar to that of Kim Jong-Il."

South Korea's spy chief Won Sei-Hoon said last year that Kim Jong-Il's poor health had driven him to speed up preparations for the transfer of power, with the son taking a bigger role in policy-making and frequently accompanying his father on trips.

Some analysts had seen second son Kim Jong-Chul as favourite to take over. But Fujimoto said in his memoir that Kim thought of Jong-Chul as too feminine and unfit for leadership.

Eldest son Jong-Nam apparently spoiled his prospects after being deported from Japan in 2001 for trying to enter with a forged passport while attempting a visit to Tokyo Disneyland.

Jong-Un was born to the leader's third wife, Japan-born ethnic Korean dancer Ko Yong-Hi, who is believed to have died of breast cancer in 2004.

He is believed to have studied at international school in Switzerland under a false name.

Newspaper reports say he enjoyed basketball and drawing cartoons in Switzerland, where school staff and friends reportedly remembered a shy boy who liked skiing and Hollywood tough guy Jean-Claude Van Damme.

Back in Pyongyang, South Korea's Yonhap news agency has reported, he attended the Kim Il-Sung Military University and graduated in 2007.


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