LSA’s Semi-Annual Conference

Featuring: Dr. Dean Kashiwagi (World Renowned Expert) / Cost: $10 / Location: ASU MU Mohave Rm.236 / Food will be provided

The Key to Forgiveness

Have you ever wondered why we should forgive other people. Is it just good manners or is there actually a logical reason why we must forgive to succeed in life? Learn the key that will help you understand why and how we can forgive.

The Unsung Hero

Most people in the world strive their whole lives to gain riches and wealth, always looking for something more. They will do anything that is necessary to gain the comforts of life, but does it really get them what they want? Does happiness really come from material possessions? or is there something more to life.

Class Presentations

Students do presentations on a variety of different topics and issues. See how students apply IMT principles into real life applications.

An Expert – Dean Kashiwagi

Listen to Dr. Dean Kashiwagi as he explains what an expert is!

Internet Piracy

Online Piracy has become a global issue with the massive growth of the internet. With nearly ¼ of internet bandwidth being used for piracy, people are finding new ways of pirating material. The issue doesn’t seem too severe to those who are benefiting from pirating but to businesses, which are losing money, this is a big issue. Businesses are losing millions of dollars to internet piracy. It is estimated that the software industry is losing 20.6% of their income, the music industry is losing 18.5% of their income and the music industry is losing 65.5% of their income from piracy yearly.

Words of Wisdom from Bruce Lee

Words of Wisdom from Bruce Lee

The law of cause and effect is the foundation for all science. This law suggests that absolutely everything happens for a reason and that nothing happ...

The Key to Forgiveness

The Key to Forgiveness

Have you ever wondered why we should forgive other people. Is it just good manners or is there actually a logical reason why we must forgive to succee...

New Study Suggests That Strict Parents May Lead to More Drug Use

New Study Suggests That Strict Parents May Lead to More Drug Use

A study across the six countries suggests that stricter parents often have kids who use more drugs, tobacco, and alcohol. The European Institute of St...

How to pick up girls

How to pick up girls

So called “alpha males” at pick up artistry use concepts of IMT such as alignment, simplicity, and no stress. Pick up artists use each failed atte...

Giving Autism a Voice Through Disney Movies

Giving Autism a Voice Through Disney Movies

In this article, a family with a son who developed regressive autism at age 3 learns how to use Disney cartoons to deal with his disability and commun...

Raking the Beach from 30K Feet

Raking the Beach from 30K Feet

The San Francisco Globe did a story on a remarkable artist who does not use paint, pencils, or use a canvas to create art. Andres Amador is an artist ...

Vaccination Debate

Vaccination Debate

Vaccination is required for children who attend public schools, yet parents who do not want to vaccinate their kids are opposed to this law. ...

Washington Navy Yard Shooting

Washington Navy Yard Shooting

Aaron Alexis was killed by police after shooting eight other people in a secure, Washington D.C. navy yard where he had been working for the last week...

Regulating compound pharmacies

Regulating compound pharmacies

As the medical industry becomes more industrialized, compounding medications, or modified medications for the purpose of meeting an individuals’ nee...

The Legal Group Defining Freedom

The Legal Group Defining Freedom

A Scottsdale, AZ Christian affiliated legal group is working overtime to fight for religious freedom in the public venue while simultaneously trying t...

New York City is Calling for More Control

New York City is Calling for More Control

Three IT contractors from the Science Applications International Corporation are facing 20 years in prison after one of New York City’s largest corr...

Military Industrial Complex

Military Industrial Complex

  Since its birth, the United States has shifted its defense strategy from defensive (protecting our home for freedom), to an offensive strategy ...

Telsa Keeps No Secrets

Telsa Keeps No Secrets

In a move to increase transparency, Elon Musk has announced that Telsa will release all of their patents to the open public. “… These days [patent...

New Study Suggests That Strict Parents May Lead to More Drug Use

New Study Suggests That Strict Parents May Lead to More Drug Use

A study across the six countries suggests that stricter parents often have kids who use more drugs, tobacco, and alcohol. The European Institute of St...

Vaccination Debate

Vaccination Debate

Vaccination is required for children who attend public schools, yet parents who do not want to vaccinate their kids are opposed to this law. ...

The Effectiveness of Torture

The Effectiveness of Torture

An article from the Huffington Post has proven there was never a true debate on whether or not torture is effective: Experts agree it never was, and n...

Birds of a Feather…

Birds of a Feather…

This picture is derived from The New York Times panoramic section. I thought this was an excellent example of IMT in everyday life. Obviously this is ...

Obesiety and Genetics

Obesiety and Genetics

  The fight against obesity is an ever-growing challenge in our society, but researchers are having trouble pinpointing the cause. On April 16th,...

Does the Size of Baseball Players Matter?

Does the Size of Baseball Players Matter?

The old adage “the bigger the player the better,” might not be as true as once believed....

Is LeBron the True King James?

Is LeBron the True King James?

Article Summary: During the 2014 All-Star game, the media requested LeBron list his own Mount Rushmore of all-time NBA league greats. In his list he d...

Is He A Leader?

Is He A Leader?

Article Summary: Any sports enthusiast in contemporary times will recognize the name, Carmelo Anthony. Carmelo gained NBA fame as a prolific scorer, l...

2014 Sochi Lack of Suit Testing

2014 Sochi Lack of Suit Testing

Article Summary: The United States speed-skating team performed poorly in the Sochi Olympics. According to Yahoo Sports, the new suits impaired the sk...

Hospital Data Exposed!

Hospital Data Exposed!

  Article Reference: Healthcare over the years has become a more lucrative business than ever before. It is sad to say that most of the time hosp...

When Did the Chief’s Learn How to Play?

When Did the Chief’s Learn How to Play?

    Article Summary The Kansas City Chiefs played horribly last NFL season and it showed with their record of 2-12 (tied for worst in the le...

Military Industrial Complex

Military Industrial Complex

  Since its birth, the United States has shifted its defense strategy from defensive (protecting our home for freedom), to an offensive strategy ...

Tesla, Cleared for Action

Tesla, Cleared for Action

Article Summary: A US investigation into car fires has been closed with the findings that ‘there is no “defect trend”’ in causing the fires. T...

Malaysian Flight RADAR ERROR

Malaysian Flight RADAR ERROR

Article Summary: The efforts to determine the fate of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 have been hampered by mistakes, among the most egregious being the ...

Dennis Rodman is Still Alive???

Dennis Rodman is Still Alive???

Article Summary: CNN reports Dennis Rodman’s fourth trip into North Korea to train its basketball team for an exhibition match against former U.S. N...

Execution Style in North Korea!

Execution Style in North Korea!

Article Summary: CNN reported late last year in 2013, Kim Jong Un, Dictator and son of the late Kim Jong II, brutally executed his uncle Jang Song Tha...

The Rest of the World Doesn’t Agree with Russia’s LGBT Stance

The Rest of the World Doesn’t Agree with Russia’s LGBT Stance

  Article Summary This article chronicles the various responses that people, websites, governments, and corporations had to Russia’s anti-LGBT ...

  • I agree with the point that this article is trying to make. It would be a wise decision to regulate guns in a similar way people are allowed to earn the privilege to drive. I don't feel that anybody should be allowed to carry a gun in public, nor do I believe that some people should ever be allowed to drive. Many people worry that if more people have guns, then more people will be killing each other as a result. We could look at cars in the same way, it could essentially be used as a weapon if someone intended it to be. By lowering the control restrictions, and only "licensing" proven individuals to carry guns, this could have a positive impact on society. In IMT, this could be a right side characteristic.
  • This article was definitely an eye opener. We've all been hearing about internet piracy for years. It seems that that it is an issue that may never cease, and only continue to get worse. I feel that because businesses and the music industry have tried to control and regulate all the digital media, people are more likely to try and pirate. It's as if it's a some sort of game or challenge that people enjoy the thrill of "getting away with it." They don't think about the consequences because they haven't been caught yet. They use the excuse that "everyone does it" so the authorities couldn't possible punish everybody. It's pretty amazing that 1/4 of the internet bandwidth is used for piracy! We can clearly deduce that the more authorities try to control, the more people will go against it.
  • It's a very interesting see people not only try to control people's behaviors and actions, but their actual movement to and from a place. If anything I think they should look to US border policy on the US-Mexico border to see how it doesn't work. We have fences, drones, soldiers, and checkpoints but somehow people still manage to immigrate into the US whether or not we deem it legal or not.
  • There are definitely way too many laws/rules in the US, especially as of late. I remember watching a report down by John Stossel on the amount of US laws being made annually and the booklet that he showed had to be at least 4 foot tall full of rules and regulations. If the US wants to run more efficiently they need to cut back on those laws being made not increasing them.
  • I think while also not eating right, people do not have all the information when it comes to what food to eat. People usually will buy what's cheapest but food labelling is very confusing for the normal person to decipher. Brands will say they are GMO/organic/natural/whole when they have no basis for saying any of those terms other than marketing gimmicks. People need to eat healthier options that is not debatable, but all the information in the situation is not available because food companies are not transparent about such information.

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