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Responses to L.S. Heatherly's breakthrough idea of our Human Nurturome:
"Your idea about the nurturome is amazing. If this can become a practice and a new
movement to commune with nature, it may have the effect that we are all praying for but
do not know how to go about achieving. It's refeshing to read about someone actually taking
a stance and doing something to improve the nature of our humanity. I would love to hear
more about your movement and hope that I may take part in creating the reality.
-- Nadia Terry, June 18, 2006
"Quite a revolutionary concept. Gives a rationale of existence for those seeking a reason
-- Robert Goodson, March 12, 2007
Peterman, Alabama USA
"I always knew something was missing from humanity, something that has always been
there, unseen and unexplored, though always present. Human Nurturome may be the
inevitable road to a final Utopia imagined by many a religious ... may God Bless your
society and your research reap success."
-- Ian A. Moncrieffe May 23, 2003
Old Harbour, St. Catherine, Jamaica
"Nurturome, a perfect marriage of the Genome Project and subsequent "offspring
studies" and the mind-human spirit of our existence. Although genetic studies are
Important, our very essence -- that which is human -- must never be forsaken."
-- Janis Cobb March 7, 2004
Albany, New York USA
"This site rules!"
-- Hayley Osgood Augest 14, 2006
London ON, Canada
"I , too, believe that mankind took a wrong turn somewhere on the road to freedom. We
are losing our sense of purpose. I only hope that the damage done by experiments,
done to us through warfare and medicine, can be undone.I wish you luck and feel better
knowing that something [perhaps] is being done to bettter our battered world."
-- colin dengele May 31, 2006
red deer, alberta canada
"So far, I totally agree 100%. I can't wait till I read the book! I can't wait for the day that
people can see the missing link [nurtruome] that wiil bring truth and knowledge together.
Then, finally we can all be gods in a society that runs on realism due to a true status
based upon humanity."
-- Katherine Gordon April 2, 2004
"I am gob smaked to find this site! Go evolution. Its nice to see that there are still some
old souls following truth. To the world [of mankind] that evolves around myself, take pitty
upon your soul. And [have] mercy across your deserted emotion. Behold you [world] from
my ocean of tears; while indeed you are longingly thirsty NAKED MANKIND! Kat. Keep
up the good work, you rock my world. xxoo
-- Katherine Gordon April 3, 2004
Sydney N.S.W. Australia
"Despite all the difficult terms you introduce, I agree that something from the heart has
been neglected in the West's laborsome overuse of natural resources ...I have hope to
live a nurturing life in a rural locality, and simplify family consumption to mostly local
products ... I turn to a journey to a simpler lifestyle."
-- Ken King July 30, 2006
Biddleford, ME USA
"This site kicks ass!"
-- Curtis Nov. 20, 2003
"AMAZING! This is truly INCREDIBLE! Surely this has to be one of the greatest scientific
breakthroughs in the history of mankind. The human nurturome project enables man to
greater understand himself. And answers questions about ourselves that were until now
unanswerable!" I think this is really COOL!!
-- Zackary Lehocki Sep. 27, 2004
Burlington, Ontario Canada
"I have been on a similar path as you when it comes to nurture. To date, I believe that
the way we nurture our children is the key to what we have on Earth. It occurs to me that
we blindly trample our children's emotions to the point of many levels of psychological
pathologies. In short, we don't know how to love our children properly and this results in
numerous perversions in life. Your words describing nurturome say much about what I
have been trying to put into words about parental nurturing over several years.. Its not
easy to convey these ideas, especially when so many people have their own ideas
rationalizing what they see and experience in life."
-- James Knapp July 10, 2006
Albany, New York USA