Monday, 19 May 2008
IONS "Shift In Action"
On the 2nd of May 2008 I placed a blog entry onto the Institute of Noetic Sciences (IONS) 'Shift In Action site. This has therefore been on the site nearly three weeks. This is one of a few I have placed on this site over the last couple of months. However this particular blog has proven amazingly popular. I have been watching with amazement as the number of 'reads' have became greater and greater. However in the last two days it has gone crazy. Now either there is something wrong with their counting system or my contribution has, within less than 20 days, been the most read blog entry in the history of this site (5,715 reads!). I have done a quick review back to the start of the site in February 2005 and I cannot find one contribution that has generated as much interest. It must be an error ... but if it is not this really shows how itlad and CTF are now starting to make a real impact!
Check this out on http://www.shiftinaction.com/declare?from=30
And maybe even give it a read to increase the numbers even more!
Posted by Anthony Peake at 13:05
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It may not be an error. In any case, I for one have always felt that the true potential of ITLAD/CTF is yet to be tapped, and lies waiting for a real resurgence ; I welcome all signs of a "second wave", and this indeed may be such a sign. I think too that there is much further potential on the American market and in its peculiar academia . En avant, that ought to be the watchword!
Tony: FANTASTIC! I truly hope there is no error but I agree that 5715 reads with just 3 comments would make me wonder also!
But given it is a NOETIC site I would hope the irony of making such a mistake is not lost on those who deal with these things!
Susan Marie: Once again I agree with every word you say. En Avant indeed, "ONWARDS!!!!!", I cry!
And I hope the "second wave" you describe does not collapse on observation.
Superb, Tony, we must, must and thrice must, expand the ITLADic Philosophy across the globe.
I think the reason there's so much interest in the ITLAD/CTF theory is that it makes so much *sense*.
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