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I think I need to add more references - I'll get to it soon (mid-March) if no one beats me to it. OffBalance 00:08, 4 March 2007 (UTC)
NOTE: Citizenre "Independent Ecopreneurs", please do not add links to your sales site. This is a violation of Wikipedia's "Neutral Point of View" policy. It also makes Citizenre look bad. OffBalance 21:09, 11 March 2007 (UTC)
Plans vs. Promises
Perhaps there is a difference between "Plans" and promises. The first might take the form of a blueprint, a budget, a lease on some physical land, a signed contract with a supplier, an FCC approval of an electronic prototype, a pilot project, or any of a hundred other evidences of concrete progress towards a stated goal. I've seen none of that - what I have seen is a pretty website with flashy text and a rising number of "buyers" for a product sight unseen. Maybe its just me. But I'd like to recommend the term "Promise" be used rather than "plan" if others agree it's more appropriate. Benjamin Gatti 01:04, 29 May 2007 (UTC)
- Many people believing that belief alone, or togetherness, or unity, or other force of collective thought can solve a scientific problem in the absence of a genuine demonstrated experiment.
- Modern religion forming around the skeleton of modern technology.
- Pseudo scientific endeavour which clearly lack scientific integrity.
Benjamin Gatti 18:52, 29 May 2007 (UTC)
No - not even close. 184.108.40.206 17:41, 30 June 2007 (UTC)