Monday, May 15, 2006



Dear Friends of OBRL,

As a social experiment, and after exploring some new alternatives,
I've set up the OBRL-News Blog at the e-blogger site. It will display
in high-quality format the same items which appear as ordinary emails
on the Yahoo OBRL-News-Bulletin, along with occasional photo images.
The OBRL-News Blog will also allow for moderated reader comments to
be posted. Items which appear at the OBRL-Blog will automatically be
transmitted to the OBRL-News-Bulletin Yahoo group, so if you are
getting this email, you will get the same items being posted to the
Blog. Comments posted to the blog will not go to the OBRL-News
e-mail group, however, but I may chose to highlight the better ones
for general distribution. As before, the goal is not to flood your
email with more than the main postings. If you go to the Blog
website, everything should be self-explanatory.


1. The e-blogger website is not fully compatible with all types of
web browsers, so formatting may suffer -- if you have one of the
lesser-supported browsers, it should still be readable, but appearing

2. The OBRL-News-Bulletin at Yahoo has been less willing to accept
photographs, so it may be, in the future, photographs will only be
available at the Blog.

The OBRL-News Blog is located here:

I will not have much time to engage in responses to commentary at the
Blog website, but this will allow you to interact with others sharing
similar interests.

If you decide to leave a comment, please use your real name and proof
read your comments for public airing before posting. We have a
blacklisting function, so anyone who merely abuses this service as a
licence to discharge anger will find not only their comment deleted,
but their email also added to a blacklist which blocks future use of
the Blog. Certain individuals with long histories of hateful attacks
against Reich, or myself, will be excluded completely from the get-go.

For now, that is all. If this effort produces some useful and
productive results, and does not eat up my free time, I will continue
it. Again, this is a social experiment. It may fly, or crash to the
ground. We will see.

Best wishes,

James DeMeo

Director of OBRL

James DeMeo, Ph.D.
Orgone Biophysical Research Lab
Greensprings Center
Natural Energy Works
Ashland, Oregon, USA
e-mail: demeo(at) or

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