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Suzanne Taylor
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I am dissolved in grateful tears. I think this segment on Nightline is one of the most important things that ever has been on the air. It can open more people’s eyes to what’s beyond the scientific materialist worldview than anything I've ever seen. Dan Harris did a fabulous job on this piece. Where's the second part? 
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This 13 minute video shows both parts. On Nightline, the story parts were shown at different times during the broadcast.
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Ellen Futter, to my sensibility, has the essential idea about the shift of worldview that is the most important thing that could happen on this planet, where we become truly civilized in loving the Earth instead of exploiting it and destroying it. I was so moved by her insight and her eloquence
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I am thrilled with this. I saw the interview footage and thought it made such a convincing case for the reality of the mystery of the crop circles. Charles Mallett, the talking head, is in my movie, What On Earth?
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As the producer for TEDxWestHollywood, the third TED victim after Sheldrake and Hancock, what a happy surprise this is. I’ve been emailing Chris Anderson to open our case so we can have a forum for the sort of conversation this talk has elicited. Here’s where you can get the skinny on West Hollywood and see the talks I paid to independently produce after TED withdrew my license on the eve of my event and I lost all my sponsorship: TEDxWestHollywood(dot)com. I won’t go on about it except to enroll you in helping me put pressure on TED, which I’ll do by making my correspondence public if Chris Anderson continues to shine me on. Get on my mailing list so we can talk about that: CropCircleMovie(dot)com.

Here’s a quote of Graham Hancock’s I resonate to:

"The whole process of grappling with TED has been extremely painful, time-consuming and energy-draining but this is a small price to pay for the many good things that are going to come out of it. These strange events in which we are all caught up will, I think, prove to be of the greatest significance in the long run -- the first serious breach in the dam of rigid materialist thinking that has become such a major block to human progress."

About the talk, it’s more like TED is the mass-appeal Hollywood studio system, where what’s contributing to mass-intelligence is Indie films. But TED can be useful for making comparisons with what better things could be. I like it for that. What can post-TED be?

By me, post-TED would focus on our worldview. How to be in a world that’s interrelated and interdependent? We’ve got to get smarter. To get beyond greed as our m.o. to some sense of mutuality, all in it together. As Charles Eisenstein says, “More for you is more for me.” We get it right in disasters. All hearts open. Aid comes from everywhere. It’s evidence we can do it.

Beaming out all the intelligence we can muster and all the passion we can work up to wake up a humanity that’s headed for a cliff is what we need to be up to, whatever form that takes. 
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You are such a hoot -- a good hoot. It's why I reached out to help you with your movie. But you are still needing to get square with me for that help. May your appreciators, who are legion, make you affluent enough so you can do that. 
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If you could require viewing, this would be the film. Nice, respectable people we know, and even maybe it's you who are reading this, text and drive. They never would again if they saw this film. I would have been so proud to have made it.
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Those who have read the tea leaves more closely than crop circle enthusiasts who jump to analyze without ascertaining origin, who have followed the scientific research, know something that has not been explained is going on. Peer-reviewed papers in science journals attest to it. My hat's off to a clever way to get attention -- noting it took weeks, where the mysterious circles, according to eyewitnesses, go down in 6 or 7 seconds. Don't let this advertising eclipse the bigger picture, where if we knew we were not the only intelligence in the universe we would be one humanity in relation 'the other.' As someone in a movie I made says, "That could be what saves this civilization." Check out “What On Earth?,” which got a great review in The New York Times, for what will impress you with that possibility: CropCircleMovie(dot)com. 
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well said, Suzanne!
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Hi Willow -- You'd need to know about the research that's been done. We're not just guessing here. Check out the science papers that attest to something inexplicable going on: www.BLTResearch.com. And watch my movie -- we actually show you a compelling cell phone example: www.CropCircleMovie.com
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  • Syracuse and NYU
    Drama/English
    Phi Beta Kappa. summa cum laude
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