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Q-LinkA wearable pendant device for reducing stress and damage from electromagnetic fields. Available at http://www.enlightenment/
QuarksA type of sub-atomic particle.

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R. CrumbRobert Dennis Crumb, often credited simply as R. Crumb (born August 30, 1943 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) is a U.S. artist and illustrator recognized for the distinctive style of his drawings and his critical, satirical, subversive view of the American mainstream. He currently lives in France.
Ram DassBorn Richard Alpert, on April 6, 1931 in Boston, MA. Dismissed from Harvard along with Timothy Leary due to experiments involving LSD. On travels to India he studied with Neem Karoli Baba and was given the name Ram Dass (Servant of God). In 1974 he created the Hanuman Foundation whose projects included helping inmates grow spiritually while incarcerated. Author of Be Here Now (1971), a timeless favorite.
Ramana Marharshi An Indian sage known for the clarity and profound transformational power of his non-dual teachings, 1879-1952.
Rational Reconstruction of the Transrational A subsequent review and reconstruction, in a rational or logical manner, of a sequence of events or experiences that may have subjectively seemed anything but rational, sensible, or logical while they were occurring.
“Red Rubber Ball”A pop song which became a hit (going to #2) in the 1966 version recorded by The Cyrkle. It was co-written by Paul Simon (of Simon and Garfunkel) and Bruce Woodley (of The Seekers). According to Cyrkle guitarist Tom Dawes, Simon offered it to The Cyrkle when they were opening for Simon and Garfunkel on tour.
ReggaeMusic that has Jamaican origins with elements calypso and rhythm & blues with a strongly accentuated off-beat. 
Relational AggressionA term used to describe psychological (social/emotional) aggression between people in relationships. Relational aggression is a form of aggression where the group is used as a weapon to assault others and others’ relationships. It uses lies, secrets, betrayals and a host of other two-faced tactics to destroy or damage the relationships and social standing of others in the group. Also known as covert bullying, social aggression, “female bullying”, family bullying or serial bullying, it is a cruel, cunning, and covert form of aggression, used by both men and women in relationships. It less well-known than physical forms of aggression and therefore more challenging to detect.
Remote Viewing Remote viewing (RV) is a term for extra-sensory perception, usually employed during experiments in which the percipient attempts to describe details relating to a distant location, time or the environs of a distant agent. Skeptics often say that remote viewing, like other forms of extra-sensory perception is the result of self-delusion or fraud, such as mentalism. Remote viewing is said to allow a “viewer” to use his or her intuitive abilities to gather information on a target consisting of an object, place, or person, etc., that is hidden from the physical perception of the viewer and typically separated from the viewer at some distance, either geographically or by time. The Stargate Project was one of a number of code names used to cover “remote viewing programs”. It was an offshoot of research done at Stanford Research Institute (SRI). The Stargate Project created a set of protocols designed to make clairvoyance a more scientific process, and minimize as much as possible session noise and inaccuracy. The term “remote viewing” emerged as a generalized short hand to describe this more structured approach to clairvoyance.
Revisionist historyThe reexamination of historical “facts” that may have bias or political slants. Also, to apply new knowledge to history to be more accurate. 
Robert Downey Jr.Robert John Downey Jr. (born April 4, 1965 in New York City) is an Academy Award-nominated and Golden Globe-winning American actor and musician. He became known during the late 1980s and early 1990s, after a series of well-reviewed performances in Hollywood films. After a period of drug addiction during the late 1990s, Downey Jr. resumed his acting career, appearing on the television series Ally McBeal as well as in a number of supporting and lead film roles.
Robert HallFamily clothing store chain that closed in early 70’s. 
Robert PrestonRobert Preston Meservey (June 8, 1918 – March 21, 1987), better known as Robert Preston, was an Oscar-nominated American actor.  Preston was born in Newton, Massachusetts, the son of a garment worker. After attending Abraham Lincoln High School in Los Angeles, California, he studied acting at the Pasadena Community Playhouse. He would later serve as an intelligence officer with the U.S. 9th Air Force during World War II.  Preston appeared in many Hollywood films, predominantly Westerns, but is probably best remembered for his portrayal of the character “Professor” Harold Hill in Meredith Willson’s musical, The Music Man (1962). He won a Tony Award for his performance in the original Broadway production. In 1974, he starred opposite Bernadette Peters in the Broadway musical “Mack and Mabel” as Mack Sennett, the famous silent film director.
Rolling StonesThe Rolling Stones are a globally popular English musical group that was part of the “British Invasion” osmologytion of British pop & rock music in the early 1960s. The band was formed in London in 1962 by guitarist Brian Jones (28 February 1942,  Cheltenham, Gloustershire – 3 July 1969), and eventually was led by the songwriting partnership of singer Mick Jagger (born 26 July 1943, in Dartford, Kent, England), and guitarist Keith Richards (born 18 December 1943 in Dartford, Kent), along with bassist Ron Wood (born June 1, 1947 in Hillingdon, London), and drummer Charlie Watts (born 2 June 1941 in London, England). The group began playing American Blues, R&B and Rock n’ Roll, and later ventured into other genres including country, psychedelia, Reggae, and disco. The Stones’ image of unkempt and surly youth is one many musicians still emulate. During their 1969 American tour, the Stones were introduced and have often since been referred to as “The Greatest Rock and Roll Band in the World.”  The band has released 29 albums of original work and compilations, and has had 37 top-10 singles.
Romper RoomRomper Room was a children’s television series which ran in the United States from 1953 to 1994 as well as at various times in Canada, Australia, Northern Ireland, Great Britain and Puerto Rico. The program was targeted at preschoolers (children five years of age or younger).  Each program would consist of the hostess and her group of children embarking on an hour of games, songs and moral lessons. The Romper Room tried to teach its young charges to be polite. For instance, the hostess was always addressed as “Miss”. Many of the hostesses had prior experience in dealing with small children; in fact, a good many of them were former kindergarten teachers.
RushRush Hudson Limbaugh III (born January 12, 1951) is an American radio talk show host. Born in Cape Girardeau, Missouri, he is a self-described conservative, discussing politics and current events on his program, The Rush Limbaugh Show. He has been credited by some with reviving AM radio in the United States, and is considered by many to have been a catalyst for the Republican Party’s 1994 Congressional victories.  After the shift of music to FM in the late 1970s and early 1980s, Limbaugh’s show was first nationally syndicated in August 1988. Talk radio stations, many built around Limbaugh’s show, and programming which may be viewed as conservative have now come to dominate AM radio. As of 2005, Arbitron ratings indicate the show’s audience to average 13.5 million listeners weekly, making it the largest radio talk show audience in the United States. Such high ratings have been a consistent hallmark of his show. Relative to all other television and radio programs in the United States, Limbaugh’s audience has the highest percentage (56%) of hard news consumers.
Russell TargIs an American physicist and author who was a pioneer in the development of the laser. At the Stanford Research Institute in the 1970s and 1980s, Targ and his colleague Harold E. Puthoff investigated the reality of Uri Geller’s psychic abilities. Targ and Puthoff both concluded Geller had genuine psychic abilities.  He has a B.S. in physics from Queens College, and did graduate work in physics at Columbia University. He received two National Aeronautics and Space Administration awards for inventions and contributions in lasers and laser communications, according to  He is also an editor, publisher, songwriter, producer, a teacher. Targ retired from Lockheed Martin as a senior staff scientist, where he developed laser technology for peaceful applications.

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