|Asunto:||[GAP] Re: fUSION Anomaly :: 100th Monkey >> maSa CriTiCa|
|Fecha:||Sabado, 24 de Julio, 2004 02:59:42 (-0500)|
|Autor:||Ricardo Ocampo <redanahuak @...............mx>
From: dr alvear <adotoi@...>
Date: Fri, 23 Jul 2004 07:52:12 -0500
To: paxwanee@..., paxwanee@...
Subject: RE: fUSION Anomaly :: 100th Monkey >> maSa CriTiCa
Para entrar en mas detalle con respecto a la teoria de los 100 makakos es
importante integrar la brillantes de Pier Teihlard de Chardin (the
Phenomenon of man) con su vision de la noosphera, la red de conciencia
cosmica que entrelaza todos los eventos asi como la existencia material y la
existencia espirtual, similar concepto a los campos morficos de Rupert
Sheldrake, o el HOLON de Arthur Koestler, o el orden implicito de David
AL final lo importante es reconocer que estamos entrando a una etapa cosmica
dode la sincronia esta facilitando la integracion de la mente, el cuerpo y
el alma, el punto Omega para Teilhard de Chardin o el 20012 para los mayas,
solo recordemos que es el amor y solo el amor el que se manifiesta de
diferentes formas, para recordar al final, que somos UNO.
>From: "Och'nop Paxwanee" <paxwanee@...>
>Subject: fUSION Anomaly :: 100th Monkey >> maSa CriTiCa
>Date: Sun, 18 Jul 2004 12:26:03 -0500
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From: Och'nop Paxwanee <paxwanee@...>
Date: Sun, 18 Jul 2004 12:26:03 -0500
Subject: fUSION Anomaly :: 100th Monkey >> maSa CriTiCa
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The Hundredth Monkey
The Japanese <http://fusionanomaly.net/japan.html> monkey, Macaca fuscata,
had been observed in the wild for a period of over 30 years. In 1952, on the
Island of Koshima, scientists were providing monkeys with sweet potatoes
<http://fusionanomaly.net/potatoes.html> dropped in the sand. The monkeys
liked the taste of the raw sweet potatoes, but found the dirt unpleasant. An
18 month old female named Imo found she could solve the problem by washing
the potatoes in the salty ocean water <http://fusionanomaly.net/water.html>
, improving the taste of the potato. She taught this trick to her mother.
Her playmates learned this trick and taught their mothers too. This cultural
innovation was gradually picked up numerous monkeys in the troop and
observed by the scientists.
Between 1952 and 1958, all the young monkeys learned to wash the sandy sweet
potatoes and make them more palatable. Only the adults who imitated their
children learned this cultural improvement. Other adult monkeys kept eating
the dirty sweet potatoes. In autumn of 1958, something startling took place.
A certain number of Koshima monkeys were already washing their sweet
potatoes, the exact number is not known. The hypothetical number given was
99. Then it happened. The hundredth monkey learned to wash the sweet
potatoes. The added energy of that hundredth monkey somehow created an
ideological breakthrough. Almost everyone in the tribe was washing their
potatoes before eating them, but a surprising occurrence was observed by
these scientists. The habit of washing the sweet potato had jumped overseas.
Colonies of monkeys on other islands and the mainland troop at Takaskiyama
began washing their sweet potatoes.
Although the exact number may vary, this Hundredth Monkey Phenomenon means
that when only a limited number of individuals knows a 'new way', it remains
the conscious property of those individuals. However, when one more
individual manifests this new awareness, the field is strengthened, a
critical mass <http://fusionanomaly.net/criticalmass.html> is reached, and
the awareness becomes the conscious property of all. This new awareness is
communicated mind to mind.
techno track _Mind To Mind_ MP3 (vK) by Joey Beltram off of _Classics_ on
From _The Hundredth Monkey_ by Ken Keyes Jr.
Bucky Fuller <http://fusionanomaly.net/rbuckminsterfuller.html> says in his
book _Critical Path_ that he would not promote, or ask anybody else to
promote, his ideas. He theorized that no amount of marketing or policy
changing would cause people to adopt an idea or a product even when
experimental results showed that the idea or product was "good" in terms of
making humanity's relationship with the planetary environment more healthy.
Bucky said that an idea or product could only gain acceptance through a
"natural occurrence" of people recognizing the value of it and wanting to
buy it or use it on that basis. This is why most political revolutions fail.
industrial track _Critical Path_ MP3 by Somatic
<http://fusionanomaly.net/soma.html> Responses off of _Augmented Lines_
People will accept an idea if it is an idea which nature (read:
consciousness) wants us to accept. By working for the health and wholeness
of humanity's existence on the planet, and therefore by extension for the
health of the planet as a while, and if this idea fits with the "big
picture" of consciousness, does an idea start to gain acceptance, as with
the 100th Monkey principle.
1) Lyall Watson tells the story in 'Lifetide' of a monkey living on Koshima
island (off Japan <http://fusionanomaly.net/japan.html> ). In 1952
primatologists introduced the monkey coloney to the humble sweet potato.
When covered in sand the potatos could not be eaten, but a clever female
monkey (named Imo) soon learned to wash the potatoes. Imo taught her mother
and other *young* monkeys the trick. By 1958, all the young were washing
their potatoes, but only those adults (over 5 years) who copied the young
worked it out. (by this stage Imo had figured out that washing the s.p. in
salt water <http://fusionanomaly.net/water.html> added to the flavour) Then
SUDDENLY this trick with the sweet potatoes, which until then had to be
taught on a person al basis, was common knowledge. Overnight, ALL the
monkeys *including those on neighbouring islands* knew how to wash their
2) In 1952 in England, milk was delivered to people in bottles with tin foil
tops. Some blue tits learned how to peck through this tin foil cap. Other
tits soon learnt this behaviour through copying (perhaps). In 1955 ALL blue
tits amd most great tits throughout Europe knew about these tin foil
3) Mount Everest was first climbed in 1953 by a huge expedition. 25
successful climbs took place between then and 1980
<http://fusionanomaly.net/1980.html> - all involved at least 30 climbers,
all took at least a month and all used oxygen to reach the top. In 1980
Reinhold Messner climbed Everest solo, without Oxygen, in 3 days. Since
then, similer rapid climbes became (almost) common. The once impossible has
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