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Posted by Jamie on May 15, 2000, at 17:37:32

In reply to Re: Don't stop - Being civil, posted by Greg on May 15, 2000, at 9:37:50

I received an interesting e-mail this morning from someone named Fred Stone, directing me to this thread. I am not sure if it is the same Fred who got booted from this thread, but Mr. Stone offered some intersting links.

One link was to a state of California study that indicated most ECT therapy is given to people age 65 and older. Another mentioned a Texas newspaper's study that revealed ECT is most often paid for by medicaid.

The e-mail started off with suggestions about the role of anti-depressants in school shootings. It ended with links to information about the drug war, and especially the role of former New York Governor David Rockefeller.

In the middle of the e-mail was information about John D. Rockefeller, founder of the University of Chicago. The link talks about J. Rockefeller's Standard Oil monopoly and the vast amount of wealth he accumulated for his estate and the organizations he endowed, which include the University of Chicago. There was also some information in there about the University's role in the production of the first atomic bomb.

I am not sure how Mr. Stone got my e-mail address, or how he knew of my interest in these topics. Electronic dialogue breeds some strange bedfellows. Nor do I know who else received this information, but in the interest of better understanding, I decided to post it here.

Received from Fred Stone, May 15, 2000:

Here is something to thing about:

Kip Kinkel, who in Springfield, Oregon in May of 1998 opened fire in a high school and also killed his parents, was taking Prozac.

Eric Harris was rejected by Marine Corps recruiters just five days before the April 20, 1999 Columbine massacre because he was on an anti-depressant medication known as Luvox.

What the people of Colorado say:

The University of Chicago was founded by John D. Rockefeller:

In January 1942, Enrico Fermi's on-going work with graphite and uranium was transferred to a new secret project, code named the Metallurgical Laboratory (Met Lab) at the University of Chicago. In April, Fermi begins design of CP-1, the world's first (human built) nuclear reactor.

Frederick Rudolph, professor of history at Williams College, wrote in his 1962 study, The American College and University: A History,
"No episode was more important in shaping the outlook and expectations of American higher education during those years than the founding
of the University of Chicago, one of those events in American history that brought into focus the spirit of an age." (U of Chi web site)





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