Coglobalism

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  1. swanny macrumors regular

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    Coglobalism: The State of the Art
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    Introducing Coglobalism.....
    What does it mean.....????
    Well I'm sort of caught in the concept and experience of it
    therefore I am somewhat taxed to explain or define it for you
    therefore I have assembled some reference
    material for you to draw your own estimations and concept
    as to what it may be.....
    and perhaps you could share your take
    mind you its some what of an expansive
    concept so be sure to have some grounding
    handy
    *smiles*

    enjoy
    sir

    A HEALTHY COGLOBALISM

    CO = co-
    pref.

    1. Together; joint; jointly; mutually: coeducation.
    2.
    1. Partner or associate in an activity: coauthor; cofounder.
    2. Subordinate or assistant: copilot.
    3. To the same extent or degree: coextensive.
    4. Complement of an angle: cotangent.


    [Middle English, from Latin, variant of com-, com-.]


    HEALTHY = health·y Audio pronunciation of "healthy" ( P ) Pronunciation Key (hlth)
    adj. health·i·er, health·i·est

    1. Possessing good health.
    2. Conducive to good health; healthful: healthy air.
    3. Indicative of sound, rational thinking or frame of mind: a healthy attitude.
    4. Sizable; considerable: a healthy portion of potatoes; a healthy raise in salary.

    healthi·ly adv.
    healthi·ness n.

    Synonyms: healthy, sound, 2wholesome, hale, 1robust, well, 2hardy, 1vigorous
    These adjectives mean being in or indicative of good physical or mental health. Healthy stresses the absence of disease and often implies energy and strength: The healthy athlete biked twenty miles every day. Sound emphasizes freedom from injury, imperfection, or impairment: “The man with the toothache thinks everyone happy whose teeth are sound” (George Bernard Shaw). Wholesome suggests appealing healthiness and well-being: “Exercise develops wholesome appetites” (Louisa May Alcott). Hale stresses freedom from infirmity, especially in elderly persons, while robust emphasizes healthy strength and ruggedness: “He is pretty well advanced in years, but hale, robust, and florid” (Tobias Smollett). Well indicates absence of or recovery from sickness: You should stay home from work if you're not well. Hardy implies robust and sturdy good health: The hardy mountaineers camped in the Alps. Vigorous suggests healthy, active energy and strength: “a vigorous old man, who spent half of his day on horseback” (W.H. Hudson).

    Usage Note: The distinction in meaning between healthy (“possessing good health”) and healthful (“conducive to good health”) was ascribed to the two terms only as late as the 1880s. This distinction, though tenaciously supported by some critics, is belied by citational evidencehealthy has been used to mean “healthful” since the 16th century. Use of healthy in this sense is to be found in the works of many distinguished writers, with this example from John Locke being typical: “Gardening... and working in wood, are fit and healthy recreations for a man of study or business.” Therefore, both healthy and healthful are correct in these contexts: a healthy climate, a healthful climate; a healthful diet, a healthy diet.


    GLOBALISM = b-lzm)
    n.

    A national geopolitical policy in which the entire world is regarded as the appropriate sphere for a state's influence.

    global·ist n.

    GLOBALITY = globality noun. A worldwide, interconnected economy that ignores national boundaries.


    Example Citation:
    "For several years now, 'globalization' has been the mantra for the expansion of international trade and foreign investment and the integration of markets. But we are now beginning to see a reality beyond globalization—the world of 'globality.' This is not so much a process as a condition, a world economy in which traditional and familiar boundaries are being surmounted or made irrelevant."
    —Daniel Yergin, "The Age of 'Globality'", Newsweek

    Subject Category:
    Business - Globalization

    Posted on May 26, 1998
     
  2. swanny thread starter macrumors regular

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    Mr Dictionary

    Well where is your spirit of inquiry....
    *sighs*
    Well get out Mr. Dictionary then.....

    Now before you go to far out or whatever....
    I will attempt a qualification of sorts.
    Consider Coglobalization as a condition of
    Global Antinomies......
    The specific antinomies in this instance
    are the masculine and feminine.
    Antinomies as you may know are opposite or contrary
    aspects that are both legally valid and true though opposite.
    Whether masculine or feminine are opposites is not
    entirely clear but science most notably has distinquished
    some very clear and basic differences between the
    masculine and the feminine.
    Therefore in the sense of Coglobalism....
    the antinomies of masculine and feminine exist
    with equality, truth and validity in the global realm
    or sphere of this Earth hence coglobalism.
     
  3. MacDawg macrumors P6

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    Oh... NOW I get where you are coming from...
    Don't I feel stupid! :eek:


    :rolleyes: sheeeesh :rolleyes:
     
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    Seems that he is trying to educate us here on the forum. It makes sense to me. Very interesting, relates very well to health overall.
     
  6. Mr. Anderson Moderator emeritus

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    riiight....

    you, who doesn't get most of what's said here (in terms of thinking everyone is telling the truth, etc.)

    swanny - I'd try an avoid the logorrhea - be a bit more concise, and using a definition to engage in discussion doesn't do it.

    D
     
  7. swanny thread starter macrumors regular

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    Well perhaps I digress
    therefore I will leave as is
    for your possible future perusal

    My apologies

    swanny
     
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    Addendum

    I suppose if someone had some $
    unlike myself....
    they might follow through
    by gaining access to the article
    at this link
    Link = http://www.kluweronline.com/article.asp?PIPS=421585&PDF=1
    They might also investigate the
    antinomies of nation or state vs globalism
    I came across a good article from New Zealand
    on the matter
    just go to google.com and enter "global antinomy"....
    but sorry to trouble

    swanny
     
  9. themadchemist macrumors 68030

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    Wow, D, really harsh.
     
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    Concise - Expressing much in few words; clear and succinct.

    floccinaucinihilipilification - which means "the action of judging something to be worthless"

    Wasteland - A place, era, or aspect of life considered as lacking in spiritual, aesthetic, or other humanizing qualities; a vacuum: a cultural wasteland.
     
  12. MacDawg macrumors P6

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    OK, I'll take the bait and bite Swanny...

    Lets assume that you really are trying to engage in a truly meaningful conversation, which apparently most of us doubt, but lets assume you are.

    Here are my sincere suggestions,

    1) Don't talk down to the forum, that is, don't try to come off as an elitist, intelligensia, that is trying to educate the uniformed masses

    2) Don't talk in definitions, comparisons, etc. and don't appear to be trying to simplify your superior thought process to our redneck level. There are some pretty smart folk around here.

    3) Use plain language and say what you mean. That doesn't mean you have to simplify, just don't try to talk in riddles. If you want to engage a conversation on the merits and synergy of globalism over nationalism, that's fine. If you want to discuss the "ying and yang" of it, we can go that route too. We can talk intelligently pro and con about all of it, however, it probably belongs in the Political Forum more than the community forum.

    4) State your propositions clearly and concisely and make your case. Back it up with clear, coherent arguments or facts. Throw in just a little humor or controversy here and there and sit back and let the thread take on a life of its own.

    5) Have a thicker skin and don't get your feelings hurt. You asked for everything you have gotten here so far. You were fortunate that wdlove stopped in... honestly, if edesignuk or Sun Baked ever drop by, you will get a proper welcome ;)

    There, that's my advice, if you truly want to discuss things in a meaningful way.

    I have to say though, I have my doubts about the sincerity of the posts. I agree with kettle the whole thread probably belongs in the Wasteland.
     
  13. swanny thread starter macrumors regular

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    Thankyou

    Well thankyou for your candor Macdawg
    actually to be honest I have no idea what
    I'm doing but as Einstein said....
    "If I knew what I was doing....
    It wouldn't be research then would it?"
    Albert Einstein

    I could offer other excuses for my strange methods
    I suppose but they would be somewhat
    selfincriminating.....
    but thanks again for your candor and honesty
    I see such as having "valueable consideration"


    swanny
     
  14. MacDawg macrumors P6

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    OK swanny, after checking your other posts at Lover's Lament and Jupiter and Venus sketch I have to confess that you are an "interesting" character.

    However, without some further clarifications and explanations, your threads are going to go unanswered and unrecognized.

    If you want meaningful dialogue, you have to give us a little more to work with here and in the other threads.
     
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  16. swanny thread starter macrumors regular

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    Friends

    Friends ..... interesting concept......
    yes fire is my friend....
    and tobbaco as well....
    as you see I do not keep particularly
    good company...
    honest I'm not trying to be cryptic
    at least not consciously....
    well hmmmm not sure what it is I am deficient in
    perhaps I have not smoked enough pot or drunk
    enough beer....
    well poverty does not actually make a good calling card
    but enough about me......
    well coglobalism like I say its a tough nut to crack
    I am just trying to wrap my head around it myself....
    I guess my "approach" is too intimidating or forward
    or uncouth perhaps....
    some other leads I have on the topic are
    1. New Earth Cycle
    2. Global Masculine
    3. Global Feminine
    4. Planetary Vibrational shift
    5. Anthroposphere

    Unless you ask me a general or specific question
    I am unsure of how to proceed....
    Perhaps I shouldn't have brought it up
    I have some song in the Music thread up
    top perhaps more fitting although the one is somewhat
    out of key Link = http://forums.macrumors.com/showthread.php?t=98260

    No chance you could cut some slack aye?
    This technical stuff isn't really my forte
    Lousy in math you know
     
  17. swanny thread starter macrumors regular

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    The New Earth Cycle

    Heres a Link to the "New Earth Cycle"
    Link = http://www.texfiles.com/features/prophecies.htm

    There doesn't appear to be much info available
    on it but it does to appear to have origins in
    Native American and Chinese Lore.....
    It is somewhat difficult to seperate it at other
    levels from the abudance of "new age" stuff
    that has prolificated on the net so it will be difficult to
    "substantiate" but I suspect it is tied
    in somewhat to this "stigmergy" of coglobalism.
     
  18. MacDawg macrumors P6

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    Dadgummit Swanny I've tried to help you here, but you aren't listening!

    If you want people to respond, then don't just post information about something nobody knows about or cares about, you have to state your view, your opinion, your passion, etc. Then people will either agree with you or disagree with you.

    Right now all they are doing is "yawning".... ho, hum... another newbie

    Try these sure fire opening lines, guaranteed to stimulate conversation...

    I think coglobalism rocks! The new twist of Native American and Chinese lore just proves how superior Longhorn will be to OSX!

    or

    I think if John Kerry had emphasized his stand on coglobalism more, he would have kicked Bush's a**

    or

    Anybody know how I can make the new coglobalism ying/yang graphic my avatar???

    or

    Check this site out... you learn about coglobalism and win a new iPod too!! Is this real??

    There, I've given you about all the help I can... you are own your own now!

    :rolleyes: :rolleyes:
     
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  20. swanny thread starter macrumors regular

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    Ha ha

    Hee hee ha.... you guys....
    You are somewhat okay and interesting yourselfs....

    Statistics and studies have indicated though that
    using coglobalism after flossing can greatly
    improve ones sex life.....
    as well as battling plague and gingivitis.....
    but please consult your physician before
    utilizing this method....
     
  21. MacDawg macrumors P6

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    OK, you are getting closer now...

    If you can substantiate that it increases penis size, then you might have something going for you.
     
  22. swanny thread starter macrumors regular

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    Continuous Use

    Addendum
    Continuous use of coglobalism has been
    clinically shown to increase the size of ones
    apparatus in their dreams....

    hmmm I think I'm catching on....
    but there can be too much of a questionable
    thing can't there?

    swanny
     
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    Coglobalism Sale

    Coglobalism Sale
    But act fast
    supplies are limited

    Get 2 thats right 2 coglobalisms
    for the price of 4

    Product not necessarily as shown
    No substitutes or rainchecks
    Dealer may sell for more.....
    No animals were used
    in the testing of this product....
    Dolphin Safe
     
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