Sent my actual-virtual Harbin Hot Springs' ethnographic book proposal "Naked Harbin" to Publisher this morning.
Visit the Harbin Gate now in Google Earth, and walk down the road to Middletown, California here -
and from here too -
Virtual Earth for STEM research will hopefully be Google made ...
And building Virtual Harbin in a virtual Earth for STEM-centric research including ethnographic and anthropological research will be part of this, including especially for ethno-wiki-virtual-world-graphy.
In what ways can Friendly-informed best-STEM centric CC World University and School contribute educationally to BIRDS ... B.I.R.D.S. - Bharati Integrated Rural Development Society, in India ...?
enjoyed this video this related video, and met some of these BIRDS' friends in Oregon recently ...
In American terms, BIRDS is an organic farm, a school, an orphanage, a hostel, a hospital and a religious center, both Hindu and Christian+ probably, and in India terms it's could probably accurately be called an Ashram (and in some ways, Harbin Hot Springs is as well) ... Paul Raja Rao is from the Dalit (lowest of five castes in India) and its executive director, teacher and religious head and general secretary. BIRDs has a computer lab with broadband access.
|Bharati Integrated Rural Development Society|
Here's India World University and School, with much MIT OCW -
in English only so far ...
Would love to visit BIRDS in a 3D interactive film-realistic Google virtual earth ... which could be used for education, free university and high school degrees and organic farming development planning, among other BIRDS' endeavors.
Here's the town of Nandyal in Andhra Pradesh in south central India in Google Earth - https://firstname.lastname@example.org,78.4562219,12491m/data=!3m1!1e3 - but I couldn't find BIRDS here (http://www.birdsorg.net/contact.html) itself.