Monday, November 11, 2013

Characteristically Calm: In Search of Understanding False Accusations

Usually the focus is on the alleged victim. I recently wrote an article about Enrico Wallenda  who was falsely accused of sexual abuse, and exonerated. The story of the charge was reported, however the newspaper failed to follow up the story when he was vindicated. In a Google search for Enrico Wallenda, the story of the charges comes up first. The embarrassment, and stigma attached is devastating. Failure of the media to follow up such stories may not be a requirement, but certainly is an ethical and reasonable expectation.

Wednesday, April 28, 2010

Slime Molds The GSMT Foundation

I had the opportunity to study a class microorganisms called slime molds many years ago. These unique creatures have fascinating networking attributes. Each individual cell, acting autonomously self organizes, connects and cooperates with other autonomous cells to work for the common good of the community. The maintain their autonomy but are also able to work together towards a common purpose. I've often thought the world would be a better place if humans acted in that manner. In fact, wouldn't it be a better country if our representatives acted that way?

Slime molds come in all colors, I love green so I developed a theory based on green slime molds, the Green Slime Mold Theory. My foundation, the GSMTFoundation, is sponsoring an Internet project which is a practical application of the theory.

Wednesday, August 17, 2005

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