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Here you'll find a "smorgasbord" of links to futures-related information and websites. Please add to this list.
- http://reality.sculptors.com/ - Reality Sculptors
- http://www.wfs.org/ - The World Future Society
- http://www.csudh.edu/global_options/ - The Global Options home page. Covers web pages, including syllabi, on various global, futures, peace, conflict resolution, intercultural, and interreligious topics. Futures syllabi include:
- Global Planning and the Future;
- Technological Policy and the Future; and
- Evolution--Our Human Future: Returning to Wholeness.
- Other web pages deal with different futures issues.
- http://www.cl.uh.edu/futureweb/ - University of Houston at Clear Lake, M.S. Program in Studies of the Future
- http://www.cpfonline.org/ - Creating Preferred Futures
- http://www.FuturoVenezuela.org - World Future Society of Venezuela
- http://www.alphabetvsgoddess.com - Reference to a book by a Dr. leonard Shlain that delineates the difference between reflected and emitted lights perception on retina and neurological and physiologicccal processing thereof. Dr. Leonard Shlain's Book is titled, "The Alphabet v/s the Goddess" by Viking NYC, 1999. The difference is Reflected light emits Beta Waves whereas Emitted Light emits Alpha waves.
- http://www.ggu.edu --click on cybercampus and read objectives/procedures.
- http://millennium-project.org/ - A worldwide UN network monitoring and forecasting most critical global challenges
- http://StateOfTheFuture.org/ - A permanatly updated set of worldwide UN indicators that show how and where are going locally and globally in relation to most critical planetary issues
- http://horizon.unc.edu/ -- focuses on challenges and issues confronting education and the future of education
- http://ts.mivu.org/ -- a free, peer-reviewed, bimonthly e-journal, providing thoughtful, illuminating articles that assist educators as they face the challenge of integrating information technology tools into teaching and into managing educational organizations, K to Grey
- http://horizon.unc.edu/onramp/-- links to valuable information databases, articles, and resources in the social, technological, economic, environmental, and political (or STEEP) sectors so that we can plan more effectively. If we have overlooked an important database, article, or resource, please nominate it for inclusion in the On-Ramp
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