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THE SMELL OF HATRED  
Smelling hatred constantly for a decade in captivity (1972-1982), former dissident Semyon Gluzman recognizes the same smell in today's Ukraine.

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WHERE IS OUR RIGHT TO CHOOSE?  

Not just the right to cast the vote in the ballot box, if we cannot demand full economic democracy where is our right to choose? 

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FOR A GM-FREE WORLD!  

A Global Fight. Is it "Genetically Modified Morals" that lead to sacrificing human health and environment to preserving corporate economic strongholds? What is going on in Australia, Angola, Scotland and India? What is the EU response to this issue?

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For A GM-Free Ukraine!  

Keep the Genes in the Test Tubes - The public in Ukraine is all in favor of the development of biotechnology as a science, but is definitely against the rapid commercialization of biotechnological achievements.

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Do you know that?
Genetic Engineering is completely different from selection, technically imperfect, has no reliable methods of safety control and cannot resolve the problem of hunger. GM foods do not have much value for humanity; they satisfy commercial needs of corporations. 

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Part of the Success calendar
10 days in May 2004. A record of just ten days in May 2004 show the success of struggle against GM, with Monsanto giving up most of its programs on wheat and canola

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Hello from the Future
A study "Global Ecological Perspectives - 3" analyzes the current situation and changes during the past 30 year period and offers four forecast options (ranging from "development first" to "protecting the nature first") for the coming 30 years. 

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Thoughts on a suburban train
Interesting observations of the transition in Ukraine and East Europe in the eyes of a Bulgarian philologist and literature expert Stilyan Stoyanov concerning equality, "same-size" globalization, awareness of freedom, trauma of the generation gap and communication. 

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The Fate of the Chelonians
Turtles are the longest living creatures on earth. But we, tourists are pushing them towards extinction. Why? At the same time we revere them in mythology, read tales to children and even create the Order of the tortoise. 

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Mother-Goddess
The primordial archetype of birth, beginning of life and Nature's creation subconsciously led to the worshiping of the Mother Earth that sustained all people. 

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The Eternal Feminine draws us to the Divine

The Divine is all-inclusive - both masculine and feminine. However, all patriarchal religions try to escape from "the cycle of birth, death and women..." On the other hand the Great Mother is worshipped and recognized in all major religious schools

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Unveiling the Mother Goddess from her 4000-year Black Earth Cover

While Sumerian culture had only begun developing and the Egyptian pyramids were yet to be built, dozens of Trypilian towns in Ukraine had already sunk into oblivion and their ruins were covered with forest-steppe stretching between the Dniester and Dnipro rivers. Prehistoric Trypilians passed down to us the cult of the Mother-Goddess; every Trypilian house discovered was a small temple to the Mother-Goddess.
 

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A Trip through Trypillya

Trypilian culture is the Ukrainian name given to a Neolithic population whose culture once flourished on the ethnically Ukrainian territories of present-day Ukraine, Moldova, and the northeast area of Romania. 

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About Culture and Regional Revival

There are hundreds of other historic cities than Kyiv, Lviv, Odesa, Crimea and Carpathia in Ukraine. Specialists of the Democracy through Culture center and the Council of Europe conduct seminars and help drawing "maps of cultural and historical resources". 

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Shadow on the Sun: Rare Venus event puts it between Earth, Sun

Very few alive have seen a transit of Venus, occurring Dec. 6, 1882 last time, when it came between the Earth and the Sun. Venus was then visible as a small beauty mark on the face of the sun. On June 8, 2004 Venus will once again transit the Sun. 
 

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