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Talking about positive future could help make it happen


Dick Pelletier


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February 03, 2013

Although the bold future discussed in many of my articles does not generate overwhelming support from the masses, the many scientists, writers, and interested people who do buy into much of this future believe that it has an excellent chance of becoming reality as we wind further into this century.


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Posted by Christian Corralejo  on  02/03  at  11:23 AM

Of course, just being positive about it doesn’t make it happen.  If some one has a positive idea about the future, they should do what every they can to make it happen, whether its doing it themselves or supporting those who are working on it.





Posted by Kennita  on  02/03  at  02:27 PM

Just being positive about it won’t make it happen, but it can help keep it from not happening.  Many people are petrified by the future; exposure to people who are happy to see it coming may help them to calm down and not push back against progress.






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