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Human Is only a complex Experimental program by their Creator 1. Without our knowledge or consent we are brutalalized by the fury of nature,we have had deplorable instances of mass murder of the species. 2.We should give much considerration to the idea that we could be just a mere experiment .3.We should further consider that the experiment might be going all wrong and is self destructing. 4.Human beings seems to be the most intelligent of all the
I. Recently aquirred 6 35 mm film cameras, and I have been having a blast learning how to compose shots, use (and remember) all the functions and settings , and all that goes with doing things the "old school way" . What I find missing is a ( and for lack of better word) classroom environment that teaches me the old school methods of photography. I do NOT knock digital as I use it also .
So with that in mind I am looking to see if there enough interest out there to set up a web based class in Film photography ?
what a concept to use the Internet to do something old school
all are welcome to share ideas
16barzRadio returns with a new show featuring Experimental, HIP HOP ROCK FUSION artist Darris Robins. Darris Robins will be here on 16barzRadio to discuss his inspiration behind his hit #OUTOFSELF. Music with a conscious is what some will call it. others will protest it's movement for change.
My latest EP, "Everything to Me" marks a courageous and exhilarating step toward a more exposed and authentic sound. All five songs represent different facets of my faith in life, in humanity and in love. Putting these songs out into the world required the perfect collaboration, and I'm infinitely grateful that Jay Nash, a long time friend and musical peer, teamed up with me to produce this EP with such care and sensitivity. Jay has aimed to pare down the extraneous harmonies, effects and solos so that my voice, lyrics and fiddle playing can be wholly revealed, inviting you into a more intimate experience of me and my songs. Eliza Moors first CD with producer Scott Mann,Called "Simplicity," it's a compilation of songs I wrote in London. There was a lot of fun and magic in the making of it. A few years later I recorded my second, "Beauty in Mystery" in Los Angeles, with the brilliant producer and internationally acclaimed jazz musician Deron Johnson. Back in Montréal I performed and recorded with the experimental electro-punk band Swedish Radar and played fiddle and sang with the bluegrass/roots group Althea Jean. Both of these bands are still active, but babies, book tours (bandmate Curt Stager), boat building (bandmate Everett Smith) and other such events have created a few detours along the way. In 2010 I had my baby boy Xavier, and life became more about being with family and treasuring bath time and sand box play. Jeremy and I have continued to write and record material together in a group we call, "JE", but this EP marks my next step back out into the world as, well, myself.
Alijandra welcomes William "Pila" Chiles to the show.
William “Pila” Chiles is a decorated combat veteran with the Fleet Marine Force’s elite Reconnaissance unit, and a survivor of a Top Secret experimental program in Guerilla Warfare, which became one of the highest casualty units of the Vietnam war. During a near-death combat experience that earned him the Purple Heart, Chiles witnessed a vision of our future, which led him to a specific location in Hawaii. A profound realization came in discovering years later that his near-death experience had occurred on the precise 19.5 degree latitude of his connection to Hawaii …a key known to ancient mathematical sciences as “Sacred” or Tetrahedral Geometry. Scientists and Theologians contend that this most ancient of Sanskrit mathematical sciences may indeed hold a master key “to Earth’s Great Mysteries”.
Today, Pila is known for the phenomenal psychic insights of his “Akashic Life Path Readings”, and is a teacher of what he considers to be the second major key, the Ancient Hawaiian Wisdom known, through the works of Max Freedom Long, as Huna. He is also a Trainer and Master Practitioner in the revolutionary new field of Neuro-Linguistic Psychology, and an Ordained Minister. As a result of his psychic research and greater understanding into ‘our mysteries’, Pila was awarded an honorary Masters in Life Sciences, Order of the Essene.Known fondly throughout the islands as the “Pied Piper of Paradise”, Pila of Hawaii has captivated audiences internationally with his mystical musical journeys of the mind and the electric response to his authentic Hawaiian chanting. His book, “The Secrets & Mysteries of Hawaii” has enjoyed a *****5 star rating for almost two decades, and now available in 9 countries. To date he has given over 11,000 Akashic Readings.
If you were around in the mid 1970's or have been trolling the DVD backlist on Netflix then you are undoubtedly familiar with astronaut Steve Austin, played by Lee Majors. In the pilot to the four year series, Major Austin is horribly injured in the crash of an experimental aircraft only to awaken as a multiple amputee. Offered hope in an experimental operation that cost six million dollars, both legs, his right arm and his left eye are replaced with bionic implants that give him superhuman abilities. After the operation, he is able to run at speeds of 60 mph, his eyy has zoom capability and his right arm has superhuman strength.
While currentl technology can not replicate all of the abilities of Colonel Austin, at least not yet, there are a number of "bionic" devices that have been able to allow paraplegics to walk, the deaf to hear, and the blind to see. Plus there are legions of "enhanced humans" who via technology are able to do and see things that no ordinary human being can.
In this episode of Working the Web to Win we will explore off-the-shelf technology and look at the next wave of bionic technology that is just over the horizon.
Everyone's experience with Ghosts is not the same and not everyone has the same perception around hauntings. Karen Albeck brings a fresh and interesting approach to hauntings from the viewpoint of both the paranormal enthusiast and paranormal skeptic.
Listen in for Karen's take on Ghosts and Hauntings.
Quote from Karen's book Ghosts and Hauntings:
"To counter all that, my undergraduate work was done in experimental physiological psychology - essentially a research degree involving the human brain. If there's one thing I'm well trained to do, it's poke holes in other people's conclusions, and it gives me great, albeit perverse, joy to do just that. I don't leap to paranormal conclusions without a very great deal of persuasion. If there's the slightest chance that an occurrence might have a mundane explanation, that's the one I'll take every time."
Karen Albeck lives in Central New York with a menagerie of animals and a few benevolent spirits. She is a Cornell Master Gardener and New York State Certified Landscape Professional, as well as an avid herbalist. She is a second generation astrologer and all around green Witchy type. She has degrees in Experimental Physiological Psychology and Psycholinguistics and is a Reiki Master.
Bring along your Dramamine when you tune in to The Halli Casser-Jayne Show, 10/23 at 3 pm ET. You are in for a whirlwind trip around the globe with three esteemed authors.
The inspiration for Robert Antoni’s writing is his family history in Trinidad, and his upbringing in the Bahamas. He is the author of three novels, Divina Trace, Blessed is the Fruit, and Carnival. His latest historical novel is As Flies to Whatless Boys, charts his family’s 1845 emigration from England to Trinidad as part of an experimental utopian society. Antoni was awarded the Commonwealth Writers Prize and a NEA Grant. His short fiction was chosen for the Aga Kahn Prize by the Paris Review.
Ruth Behar was born in Cuba and grew up in New York. She is the Victor Haim Perera Collegiate Professor of Anthropology at the University of Michigan. She is a recipient of a MacArthur “genius” Award and a John Simon Guggenheim Fellowship. Her non-fiction books include Translated Woman: Crossing the Border with Esperanza's Story, The Vulnerable Observer: Anthropology That Breaks Your Heart, and An Island Called Home: Returning to Jewish Cuba. Her most recent book is Traveling Heavy: A Memoir in Between Journeys. Behar is both an immigrant child uprooted from Cuba and a woman whose job it is to travel and return home with stories.
Michael Deibert is the author of Democratic Republic of Congo: Between Hope and Despair, Notes from the Last Testament: The Struggle for Haiti. His writing has appeared in the Washington Post, the Wall Street Journal, the Guardian, the Miami Herald, Le Monde Diplomatique, and the World Policy Journal.. He has been a featured commentator on international affairs for the BBC, Channel 4, Al Jazeera, National Public Radio, WNYC New York Public Radio and KPFK Pafica Radio.
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