Last updated: November 26, 2010 | July 29, 2011 | Nov 25, 2011

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  • Herbert Marshall McLuhan (July 21, 1911 – December 31, 1980) ==
    ES post re Prof. McLuhan’s 99th Anniversary:  Does the McLuhan Itch Persist @ 99?
    Profile at the McLuhan Program in Culture and Technology (archived site, unavailable as of access attempt in July 2011), heir to the Centre for Culture and Technology which Prof McLuhan headed from 1963 till his death
    Publications by, with and about
    (prepared as an MPCT resource, 2007, unavailable as of access attempt in July 2011; download available here) Only a few outstanding works below:
    == The Gutenberg Galaxy. Toronto: University of Toronto Press (1952)
    == Understanding Media: The Extensions of Man. Critical edition, edited by Terence E. Gordon. Corte Madera, CA: Gingko Press (2003, copyright 1964, 1994 by Corinne McLuhan)
    == Understanding Me: Lectures and Interviews. With a forward by Tom Wolfe, edited by Stephanie McLuhan and David Stains. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press. (2005, first MIT Press ed.; copyright by Stephanie McLuhan, 2003)
    == Letters of Marshall McLuhan. Edited by Molinaro, Matie, Corinne McLuhan and William Toye, Oxford University Press (1987)
  • Cremo, Michael and Richard Thompson. Forbidden Archaeology: The Hidden History of the Human Race. Torchlight Publishing; 2nd Revised edition (Jan 25 1998);
    == for a quick read: The Hidden History of the Human Race: The Condensed Edition of Forbidden Archeology. Torchlight Publishing; New ed of Abridged ed of edition (May 25 1999)
  • Crowley, David and Paul Heyer, eds. Communication in History: Technology, Culture, Society. Boston MA: Pearson Education Inc. (2007, fifth edition)
  • Ellul, Jacques. The Technological  Society. With an introduction by Robert K, Merton. Toronto, Canada: Alfred Knopf Inc. and Random House Inc. (1964). Translated from the French by John Wilkinson. Original French title La technique, ou l’enjeu du ciècle, Librairie Armand Colin (1954)
  • Franklin, Ursula. The Real World of Technology. CBC Massey Lectures Series. Montreal/Toronto: CBC Enterprises (1990)
  • Gardner, Howard. Multiple Intelligences: New Horizons. New York, NY: Basic Books (2006, completely revised and and updated, first ed. in 1993)
  • Gardner, Howard. Five Minds for the Future.  Boston, MA: Harvard University Press (2008)
  • Innis, Harold A. The Bias of Communication. With an introduction by Marshall McLuhan. Toronto, Canada: University of Toronto Press (1951)
  • Kerckhove, Derrick de. The Skin of Culture: Investigating the New Electronic Reality. With an introduction by Christopher Dewdney, editor. Toronto: Somerville House Publishing, A Patrick Crean book (1995)
  • Kerckhove, Derrick de. Connected Intelligence: The Arrival of the Web Society. With an introduction by Wade Rowland, editor. Toronto: Somerville House Publishing, A Patrick Crean book (1997)
  • Raboy, Marc and Jeremy Shtern. (2010). Media Divides: Communication Rights and the Right to Communicate in Canada. Vancouver: UBC Press.
  • Raboy, Marc, Normand Landry and Jeremy Shtern. (2010- October). Digital Solidarities, Communication Policy and Multi-stakeholder Global Governance. New York: Peter Lang International Academic Publishers.
  • Reeves, Byron and Clifford Nass. The Media Equation: How People Treat Computers, Television and the New Media Like Real People and Places. CSLI Publications, Stanford University, and the Press Syndicate of the University of Cambridge (1996)
  • Small, Gary and Gigi Vorgan. iBrain: Surviving The Technological Alteration Of The Modern Mind. Harper Paperback (Sep 28 2009)


    Shannon, Claude and Warren Weaver. The Mathematical Theory of Communication. Urbana, Illinois: The University of Illinois Press. (1949) ISBN 0-252-72548-4


  • Gregory Bateson (9 May 1904 – 4 July 1980 🙂 he was British-born)
    [credits: for the very generous leads, thanks go to P.E.B.]
    == Naven: A Survey of the Problems suggested by a Composite Picture of the Culture of a New Guinea Tribe drawn from Three Points of View. Stanford University Press (1958 (1936)) ISBN 0-804-70520-8
    == with Margaret Mead. Balinese Character: A Photographic Analysis. NY: New York Academy of Sciences (1942) ISBN 0890727805
    == Steps to an Ecology of Mind: Collected Essays in Anthropology, Psychiatry, Evolution, and Epistemology. University Of Chicago Press (1972) ISBN 0-226-03905-6
    == Mind and Nature: A Necessary Unity (Advances in Systems Theory, Complexity, and the Human Sciences). Hampton Press (1979) ISBN 1-57273-434-5
    == published posthumously: with Mary Catherine Bateson. Angels Fear: Towards an Epistemology of the Sacred. University of Chicago Press (1988) ISBN 978-0553345810
    == published posthumously: compiled and edited by Rodney E. Donaldson. A Sacred Unity: Further Steps to an Ecology of Mind. Harper Collins (1991) ISBN 0-06-250110-3

OTHER (taking the easy naming way out)

  • Ervin László (born in 1932 in Budapest, Hungary; 2-time Nobel Prize nominee)
    László’s World Shift Notebook and Science and Spirituality Forum His is one of many formulations of an adage which, in all evidence, captures well what he himself thinks and lives by, on the solving side: “We can’t solve our problems with the same kind of thinking that gave rise to them…”
    Just a few out of his 83+ books translated into 21 languages (per 2008 count in QSGB):

    == WorldShift 2012: Making Green Business New Politics & Higher Consciousness Work Together. McArthur & Company (2009)
    == Quantum Shift in the Global Brain: How the New Scientific Reality Can Change Us and our World. Rochester VT: Inner Traditions (2008)
    == The Connectivity Hypothesis: Foundations of an Integral Science of Quantum, Cosmos, Life, and Consciousness. New York, NY: State University of New York Press (2003)
    == The Systems View of the World: A Holistic Vision for Our Time, Hampton Press (1996)
    • Radin, Dean. The Conscious Universe: The Scientific Truth of Psychic Phenomena. Harperone (reprint edition, paperback, Jun 22 2009)
      —————  Entangled Minds: Extrasensory Experiences in a Quantum Reality. Paraview Pocket Books (original edition April 25 2006)
    • Rifkin, Jeremy. The Empathic Civilization. Polity Press (hardcover Dec 29 2009)
    • What the Bleep Do We Know? Discovering the Endless Possibilities for Altering Your Everyday Reality
      == movie
      by William Arntz, Betsy Chasse and Mark Vicente, released in 2005: interviews with PHYSICISTS William Tiller, Ph.D.; Amit Goswami, Ph.D.; John Hagelin, Ph.D.; Fred Alan Wolf, Ph.D.; Dr. David Albert NEUROLOGISTS, ANESTHESIOLOGISTS & PHYSICIANS Dr. Masaru Emoto; Stuart Hameroff M.D.; Dr. Jeffrey Satinover; Andrew B. Newberg, M.D.; Dr. Daniel Monti; Dr. Joseph Dispenza MOLECULAR BIOLOGY Dr. Candace Pert SPIRITUAL TEACHERS, MYSTICS AND SCHOLARS Ramtha; Miceal Ledwith, Ph.D.
      == book
      by William Arntz, Betsy Chasse and Mark Vicente, © 2005 by Health Communications Inc, Deerfield Beech, FL

I am linking to a couple of cartoon clips from the movie and invite those who may watch/enjoy them to treat them as FABLES. Scientific accuracy is not the point here.
== Quantum Entanglement clip:

credit: tubeposter88 | December 17, 2008The clip talks about “electrons”.
Cf. David Jarvis’s site on Quantum Entanglement To quote: “… the instant that the first photon‘s [he explains the notion of “photon“] polarization is known, the second photon’s polarization will be the exact opposite.” An April 2010 article in Nature talks about Quantum entanglement in photosynthetic light-harvesting complexes

== Double-slit Experiment clip:

credit: referred from official Bleep site, Trailer page

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