New Year 2004, #13 Issue
Date: December 14, 2003
have reached our 13th edition of the Light Millennium
with our New Year - 2004 issue.
The Light Millennium web site was visited by more
domain names and countries and by 350 thousand people
this year, ending November 2003.
the first day of December, a miracle has happened... The
Light Millennium's hits reached its pinnacle:
more than 187,064 thousands from December
1 to December 14, 2003 (WEBALIZER).
Please note that our previous
Stats were suddenly REMOVED on November 21, 2003 right
after I sent
out the Istanbul: Grief, Call and Share
e-call. Thus, the Webalizer graph reflects only the figures
since November 21, 2003.
are proud and excited that our seed is growing and expanding
your ongoing participation. Thank you so much...
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birthday of Sir Arthur C. Clarke, the legendary writer
who will turn 86 on December 16, is celebrated in Sri
Lanka's capital Colombo as if it were a national holiday.
Sir Clarke, who was born in 1917, in Blenheim, London,
has been living in Sri Lanka's capital Colombo (formerly
Ceylon) since 1956.
too, celebrate Sir Clarke's 86th birthday and his new
age with our 13th
issue: May you live many thousands of years Dear Sir Clarke!
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dedicated this issue to the question HOW TO DECREASE GLOBAL
is also our resolution, hope and expectation for the new
year of 2004.
We cannot remain ignorant of the conditions of the majority
of the world...
I personally believe that each penny spent for a military
in one way or another hurts each of us in our daily lives,
we are aware of it or not!!!
that this issue will be a channel to express all ideas
related to the question
of how to decrease global hunger in Light Millennium's
Updates on December 20, 2003:
GOKOGLU: NASA stands "for the benefit of all."
profile of Dr. Süleyman GOKOGLU
90 by Nazim HIKMET
- M. A. Muqtedar KHAN: "If
those very things disappear, such as religious tolerance
and freedom of speech and so on, America will not be worth
living for or living in."
All participants of this issue (in alphabetic order):
Babur ALBAYRAK, Ugur AKINCI, Cüneyt AYRAL, Robert
J. BAUMANN, Figen BINGÜL, Adam COTTON, Nuri ÇOLAKOGLU,
Yonca POYRAZ DOGAN, Ayhan M. DUMAN, Aysegul DURAKOGLU,
Geraldine GREEN, Dr. Süleyman GOKOGLU, Prof. Talat
HALMAN, Dmetri KAKMI, Marianne A. KINZER, Pedro MALLOL-
Edgardo VIERECK, Julie MARDIN, Kevin FEWSTER - Vecihi
BASARIN - Hatice BASARIN, Louise MERCADO, Barbara PARKER,
Selçuk M. PERIN, Lale TAYLA, Harvey TORDOFF, Sue
TORDOFF, Francoise SACCHI, Hamit SERBEST, Ataollah OMIDVAR,
Tezer OZLÜ, Bircan ÜNVER Didem YILMAZ, H. Çigdem
YORGANCIOGLU, Nazli Burcu YUZAK, Marat ZAHARIN.
next issue will be dedicated to the theme of Children
of the World.
2004. Please send your submissions related to the upcoming
issue, and share with us your ideas and experiences. LM
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