List of articles for ‘PROUT JOURNAL Fall 2010 Issue’ rss

  • Dr. Ravi Batra: Depression Is Inevitable

    The keynote speaker at the National Conference on Spirituality and the New Economy in Dallas, Texas, April 4-5, 2009 was Dr. Ravi Batra (noted economist and author of “The Great Depression of 1990”, “Greenspan’s Fraud” and “The New Golden Age”). Dr. Batra has a remarkable ability to take something very complex and make it seem […]

  • Bailout

    It is an old habit of Wall-Street brokers and financiers first to generate a crisis and then to profit from it’s a practice that may be called crisis profiteering. Remember the great inflation of the 1970s. It was Wall Street that urged then-Fed Chairman Arthur Burns to regularly print money and fight the decade’s recessions. […]

  • Walk helps to build a hospital in India

    Heavy rain and mud did not stop hundreds of people from coming out to Spring Trail Park in Irving to help raise funds to build a hospital in rural India. On Saturday, September 25, men and women from several communities in the Dallas-Fort Worth area walked three miles (5K) under umbrellas and raincoats. The event […]

  • Krugman’s Third Depression or Collapse like 1990s Russia?

    Susmit Kumar, Ph.D. According to Paul Krugman, the economy is in the early stages of a third depression and it will probably look more like the Long Depression of the 19th Century that followed the Panic of 1873 than the much more severe 1930’s Great Depression. According to him, the cost – to the world […]

  • Discovering PROUT

    Though I come from a family of medical doctors and I have an MS in Electrical Engineering from Texas Tech University in Lubbock, Texas. I am presently working as a Device Failure Analysis Engineer in the Advanced CMOS technology development team at Texas Instruments. While growing up in India, I have seen the suffering of the poor and […]

  • Detroit Doesn’t Have to Die

    Detroit Doesn’t Have to Die – It is Growing Itself Back to Life While Growing Community Michael D. Whitty, PhD, Professor, University of Detroit Mercy Detroit, Michigan, U.S.A. — once the fifth largest city in the U.S.A. known for the automobiles it made is now a skeletal postindustrial city with much of its manufacturing activity […]

  • Partners in Crime: Obesity and Poverty

    Centuries ago, when obesity was a sign of wealth and power, kings and those of nobility would eat as they wished as the lower class of society struggled to find food to eat. In today’s present society these beliefs have been flipped upside down. Those with a low socioeconomic status encompass the overweight majority and […]

  • Religion and spirituality

    Ever since the dawn of human history till these modern times, the search for the individual self in relation to the larger universe and the meaning and purpose of existence, and viagra super active how the self relates to a “Higher Self”, “God”, “Supreme Being”, and other such similar terms, has absorbed much of our time, […]

  • University's international students face economic difficulties

    University’s international students face economic difficulties By Shambhu Sharan The recent economic downturn hurt many university students. buy term papers online The students, who graduated or are graduating soon, face difficulties paying their different bills.  Most students have jobs. However, the international students have many more problems. The University of Texas at Arlington’s international students […]

  • Editorial: Health Care for All

    May, 2010 Health care is something we believe must be available to everyone at a cost that they can afford.  However, the recently passed healthcare bills are a classic example of democracy gone wild.  The miracle of the bills is not that they passed at all, but that there is something in them for everyone […]