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Inside Notes: Don’t Mess with Mother Nature!

By Curtis Parrott “It’s not nice to mess with Mother Nature,” too much. If you start kicking her too hard, she will kick back like an old mule. Mother Nature (sometimes known as Mother Earth or the Earth Mother) is a common personification of nature that focuses on the life-giving and nurturing aspects of nature by embodying it, in the form of a mother-like being. The term stems from Greek mythology. The Goddess Gaia… Read More

Inside Notes: By Uniting We Stand

By Curtis Parrott “By uniting we stand, by dividing we fall.” These words of one of our founding fathers, John Dickinson, ring as true today as they have throughout the evolution of the human race. Unity for a common cause is how most folks have made it in an ever-changing world. But when you crowd too many people into a small space everything changes as populations grow out of control. This brings about rules… Read More

Inside Notes: The Physics Effect

By Curtis Parrott For every action there is an equal and opposite reaction. Thus, if one body exerts a force F on a second body, the first body also undergoes a force of the same strength but in the opposite direction. Its one of Newton’s basic laws of motion. We all learned it way back in grade school, let that sink in for a moment. Georgia Director, Curtis Parrott. How does this work in… Read More

Inside Notes: Gold, the Stuff of Dreams

By Curtis Parrott Oh…that sparkling gold and all it represents. Gold is some great stuff. Its usefulness is derived from a diversity of special properties it holds. Gold is an excellent conductor of electricity, it will not tarnish, it’s very easy to work with and can even be drawn into wire. Gold can be hammered into thin sheets, it can alloy with many other metals and can be melted and cast into beautiful detailed… Read More

Inside Notes: Like Rats on a Wheel

By Curtis Parrott In the old days money was dealt with different than it is today. Trading was the main facility of prehistoric people, who bartered goods and services from each other before the innovation of modern-day currency. Trade provided mankind’s most significant meeting place, the market place. As history went forward trade routes were established all over the world to provide goods. Georgia Director, Curtis Parrott. There are many theories about the origin… Read More

Inside Notes: The Importance of Economic Strength

By Curtis Parrott How important is it to have economic strength in a nation? It’s basically the glue that holds everything together for the most part, along with military power. Normally history shows economic collapse leads to the downfall of a central government and chaos within military. Military power, which some call the ultimate form of power in world politics, requires a thriving economy to function properly. Georgia Director, Curtis Parrott. Look at Venezuela. Read More