Fifteen years ago, Centre County District Attorney Ray Gricar took a day off from work, set out on a scenic drive, and was never seen again. Authorities later found his car and his laptop, with its hard drive removed and discarded elsewhere, but the mystery of Gricar’s disappearance remains unsolved. On the night of September 11, 2001, Michele Harris of Owego, NY, seemingly faded. Her van was found parked at the end of her family’s driveway. She was in the process of a bitter breakup from her wealthy spouse, Cal Harris, the owner of many local car dealerships. Michele’s body has never been found. Her husband was tried four times for her death. The jury convicted him in the first two trials, but both verdicts were thrown out. The third trial resulted in a hung jury. In the fourth trial, Cal Harris was vindicated.
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That humankind’s cultural evolution has reached a crisis of modernity.
We need politicians that will stimulate our intellects to begin contemplating the influence of mechanistic thinking on world science, patriarchy’s relationship to the arms race and the importance of ecopsychology as a means toward the development of a postmodern science; whose emphasis is on humankind’s individuation and psychic integration with ourselves, society, all-natural systems (our earth/body) and the evolutionary unfolding of the cosmos, uniting this process with a common past, present and future.