Social Paranormal Change in Globalization by Theresa J Thurmond Morris
Social Networking our Sources of Culture
- Art, culture, education, science, and technology.
- This is not all there are just the five (5) main working groups for the social networks to define their expertise to be grouped in sub-headings.
Culture may be defined as the customs, ideas, values, and ways of doing things in a particular group, community, state, region, country, or society in general in the broadest sense of the term for the word culture as a state of civilization.
Culture includes art, and objects that are material things that each society has in common.
SOURCES RAISING THE BAR ON EARTH!
We are adding more information on the Internet as an Open Source with Fair Use for All!
We Give credit to the Following and provide below information for acknowledgement for sourcing on the the Internet. Credit is always given when we share information in the Global Community on the Internet!
I personally liked the information provided on the Internet for all and am including the website for others to visit and peruse at their own convenience as I did! See the Diagram below under Exopolitics. I could not do a better job myself so offer this. Why reinvent the wheel!
Source text, in research (especially in the humanities), a source of information referred to by citation
- Journalism sourcing, a person, publication or other record or document that gives information
Sources (portal for journalists and writers), directory of expert contacts and media spokespersons
Source theory, in information theory, any process that generates successive messages can be considered a source of information
- Inflow (hydrology), the source of the water in a lake
- Source (hydrology), the original point from which a river or stream flows
- Source rocks, rocks that have generated, or are capable of generating hydrocarbons
- A point where the divergence of a vector field is positive
- Communication source
- Current source, an electrical or electronic device that delivers or absorbs electric current
- Energy sources, substances or processes with high concentrations of energy
- Ion source, a device that produces ions for mass spectrometry
- a substance or device that emits ionizing radiation (e.g. Alpha particle source, Beta particle source, Gamma ray source, X-ray source,Neutron source) for purposes of irradiation or radiography
- Light source, an object emitting light
- Source file, the original copy (or name) of a computer file that is being moved, copied, or renamed
- Open source, a philosophy of dissemination of intellectual products
- Point source, a natural or anthropogenic discharge location producing unwanted materials into the environment
- A SCSI endpoint
- Sound source, an object emitting sound
- Source code for software
- Source (game engine), a proprietary game engine developed by Valve Software for Half-Life 2
- Source, a terminal in a field-effect transistor
- The Source (online service), an online service provider founded in 1979
- Voltage source, any device or system that produces an electromotive force between its terminals
- source (command), a UNIX command to execute commands from a file
Art & Entertainment
- The Source, a religion in the Planescape universe
- The Source (sculpture), an electronic moving sculpture at the London Stock Exchange
- Source (comics), a sentient entity who provides advice to the New Gods in the DC Multiverse
- Source (magazine), a bi-monthly magazine published by the John Lewis Partnership
- Source (photography magazine), a quarterly photography magazine
- The Source (magazine), a magazine of hip-hop music and culture
- The Source (novel), a 1965 novel by James A. Michener
- The Source (magazine), a hip-hop/rap magazine
Film, radio, and television
- The Source (documentary), a 1999 documentary movie about the Beat generation
- The Source (film), a 2002 science fiction movie, also known as The Secret Craft in the UK and The Surge for its American DVD release
- Highlander: The Source, the fifth film in the Highlander franchise
- The Source (network), a radio network operated in the 1970s and 1980s by NBC
- WVUR-FM, “The Source”, Valparaiso University’s student-run radio station
- The Source (Charmed), the common abbreviated title used as an everyday conversational ‘use name’ of a fictional evil being
—more properly: “The Source of All Evil”— in the popular television series Charmed
- The Source, a character in the short-lived 1978 US television sitcom Quark
- Counter-Strike: Source, a complete remake of Counter-Strike using:
- Source (game engine), a game engine developed by Valve Corporation
- The Source, a series of volumes by Graham Kendrick that are compilations of Christian church music
- The Source (album), an album by Grandmaster Flash & the Furious Five
- The Source, an album by Ali Farka Touré
- The Source (musician), the production identity of UK electronic music record producer John Truelove
- The Source, a song by Built to Spill from their 1994 album There’s Nothing Wrong with Love
- Source, an album released by the band The Duskfall in 2003
- Sources of international law, the materials and processes out of which the rules and principles regulating the international community are developed
- Sources of law, the materials and processes out of which law is developed
- Source Family (1922–1975), a commune outside of 1970’s Hollywood
- Source (UNSW), a community service provider that used to operate at the University of New South Wales in Sydney, Australia
- The Source (retailer), a Canadian electronics store
- Source (ETP / ETF provider), provider of Exchange Traded Products (ETPs) in Europe, including exchange-traded funds (ETFs) through an open architecture platform
- Operation Source
- All pages beginning with “Source”
- All pages with titles containing “Source”
- Begin (disambiguation)
- Start (disambiguation)
- Origin (disambiguation)
- Mouth (disambiguation)
- Sauce (disambiguation)
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What is exopolitics?
So what is exopolitics? A number of key actors compared notes and came to a consensus on the following definition:
Exopolitics is an interdisciplinary scientific field, with its roots in the political sciences , that focuses on research, education and public policy with regard to the actors, institutions and processes, associated with extraterrestrial life, as well as the wide range of implications this entails through public advocacy and newly emerging paradigms.
This definition integrates 3 different meanings the word exopolitics is used in:
Some older definitions:
- Wikipedia (until April 2008): Exopolitics, a speculative branch of political science, is the study of possible contact and relations between humanity and extraterrestrial civilizations. (*) Since January 2009, it defines Exopolitics as “the hypothetical study of political relations between humans and extraterrestrial civilizations.”
- Michael Salla, founder of the Exopolitics Institute, gives two, complimentary, definitions:
- Exopolitics is the study of the key individuals, institutions and political processes associated with extraterrestrial life.
- Exopolitics is the study of the political implications of the extraterrestrial presence on Earth.
- Alfred Webre ‘invented’ the word exopolitics and describes it as “the study of political process and governance in interstellar society.”
(*) Incomprehensibly, between April 2008 and January 2009 the wikipedia censored articles on exopolitics. The topic itself had even been removed. As of 10 January 2009 the topic is available again.
More definitions of ‘Exopolitics’ can be found at www.exopaedia.org/?Exopolitics.
Fields of research
Starting from the definition, we can already define the following fields of research: Exopolitics studies
- the key actors / individuals,
- institutions and
- political processes
that are associated with the extraterrestrial presence here on Earth.
In other words, we want to know who is doing what and how with regard to the extraterrestrial presence here on Earth. There are two facets to this: on the one hand there are the human individuals, institutions and political processes, and on the other hand there are the extraterrestrial individuals, institutions and political processes. Who are the extraterrestrials that are present, or have been present here on Earth, and what are they up to? And who, on the human side, is involved in all of this, and what are they doing?
To find this out, there are certain areas of interest that, at present, reveal the most information. Exopolitics, e.g., investigates phenomena like close encounters with extraterrestrials (contactees), and alien abductions. It tries to identify the various players or groups that appear to be active, and describe their activities, and possibly their intentions. It also looks at the reactions of the “powers that be” to this extraterrestrial presence, and at the policies they came up with to deal with it.
Another important area of interest is that of possible official interactions with extraterrestrials. There are, e.g. indications that the USG already in 1954 may have had official contact with extraterrestrials. Exopolitics therefore also deals with galactic diplomacy, and with the study of agreements or treaties that may already have been established, or that will be established.
Another phenomenon that is closely related to this, is that of the official and unofficial policies of governments all over the world with regard to the extraterrestrial presence. There seems to be an officially instituted cover-up in place with regard to the extraterrestrial presence. Exopolitics studies these policies of cover-up, as well as the policies of disclosure.
Being a political science, exopolitics uses the standard methodologies of the political sciences. For these, aqualitative approach is needed, rather than a quantitative or quantifiable one. Exopolitics identifies key players (individuals, institutions and other groups), processes, dynamics, and policies. It analyzes behaviour and motivations of people, institutions and groups. It also focuses on the purposes and the effectiveness of certain policies, etc., and tries to discover (predictable) patterns.
One of the common tools at our disposal is the usage of typologies. When analyzing the existing literature about extraterrestrials here on Earth, e.g., Michael Salla noticed that the extraterrestrials were described in one of four categories or types. These are:
- Manipulators, and
(See Study Paper 1, The Need for Exopolitics: Implications of the Extraterrestrial Conspiracy Theories for Policy Makers and Global Peace, published online at http://www.exopolitcs.org/Study-Paper-1.htm for more information).
Future articles by Theresa J. Thurmond Morris will be forthcoming on UFO Digest and other Internet website locations. Also, on various topics that can be perused at socialparanormal.com and theresamorris.com