We Can Have Peace in East Asia Through Regional Prosperity | Opinion

China and the U.S. are now hurtling by design or inadvertence into war, with no offramp or effective mechanism to prevent it. The present danger is acute for four reasons. The political and military leadership in both countries are framing the conflict as a struggle for world hegemony, with China seeking to shift the balance […]

Gaiapolis East Asia

Highlights of the Conversation with Gaiapolis Project Founders In this video, the Gaiapolis founders discuss the practical challenges in realizing the Gaiapolis vision in the complex setting of East Asia. The matter is urgent, given the rising military and political tensions in the region. Gaiapolis suggests that rapidly enhancing quality in every sphere of life […]

Big Heart Intelligence in Healthy Workplaces and Sustainable Communities

Following recent advances linking green design and a Well Building Standard™ that are reported to enhance cognitive function, the author passionately advocates a bold new concept of “Big Heart Intelligence (BHI). BHI will transform how we design, build, and engage in healthier, more sustainable workplaces and living environments, and catch the wave of the next […]

Big Heart Intelligence and Corporate Destiny

The idea that “character is destiny” is ascribed to the Greek philosopher, Heraclitus (535-475 BC) who taught that the world is constantly in flux.1 The two are related, because character is the quality that provides balance, foresight, and wisdom against forces seemingly beyond our control. Like people, organizations have character often referred to as “culture.” […]

Fukushima: Earthquake Prediction in the Shadow of Consensus Science

Fukushima: Earthquake Prediction in the Shadow of Consensus Science  By Julian Gresser, John Casey, and Dong R. Choi When will the next M7.9 + * earthquake-tsunami strike Fukushima? This could be a transformational question for the world. By good opinion the boiling spent fuel pools of Reactors 1-4 are secure up to this limit. But […]