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JC O’boy — — — — — — for Ad hoc topics of discussion:
PEOPLE — — — — — — — for Get2gethers
JACOB POST — — — for The Nostalgic Jamaican:
STITCHES — — — — — — for a good laugh
ARTSPEAK — — — — — -for the aesthete among us
STATEMENT — — — — -for SocioPolitical Opinions
ARCHIVES: — — — — — -for some previous posts
BACKSEAT — — — — — for The Executive:
Thy Daily BREAD — -for The Spiritually Oriented:
OFF THE GRID — — -for The Survivalist Mindset:
BITSTATE — — — — — — for The MONEY Enthusiast:
WHO KNEW! — — — — for Amazing Factoids:
SANSIVORY — — — — — for The Environmentalist:
VINTAGEOUS — — — — for The Wine Enthusiast:
TECHSTYLES — — — — for Innovations in Apparel
CROZDALESTATE — for Real Estate Matters :
FOOD — — — — — — — — — for recipes
MUSIC — — — — — — — — — For a musical interlude
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Ever wonder what it’s like to stand on the Met Opera stage? Check out this 360° photo for a close up look at the set of Der Rosenkavalier and the view from the proscenium.
Der Rosenkavalier is on stage through May 13 starring Renée Fleming, Elina Garanca, and Erin Morley. bit.ly/2mOcezH
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The discrete charm of the Norman French countryside
Yesterday at Pompidou. Nature is emotional reality. Art is intellectual fantasy . The trees are artificial, anyway. So why would they have to be green? So we bend the natural world to suit our tastes. H’mm!
The Louvre. Galleries are closed on Tuesday.
Pompidou Centre, Paris.
that his wife got out safely, and that
he did indeed
par the hole .
He says the divorce
isn’t going to be that bad, now
that there’s no house
The question required students to calculate the amount of time it would take the crocodile to reach its prey. At the…www.telegraph.co.uk
- This is the sun. As far back as 10,000 B.C., history is abundant with carvings and writings reflecting people’s respect and adoration for this object. Numerous artifacts prove these points, such as from the sun-worshipping cultures of the Egyptians, Indians, Babylonians and Greeks, among many others, including the peoples of the Levant and ancient Israel. Concerning the antiquity of sun worship, UNESCO Goodwill Ambassador Dr. Madanjeet Singh relates: The tool-making hominids, as anthropologists call them, emerged about one-and-a-half million years ago. But the sun‘s identification with the animals they hunted became evident much later as in the striking circular engravings representing the sun, discovered in the Central Asian regions (thirteenth millennium BC) in Siberia and western Turkistan. They seem to have eventually influenced the earliest artifacts made in Iran and Mesopotamia… Apart from the animals depicted in the Lascaux caves in France, at Altamira in Spain, at Adduara in Sicily (15,000 to 10,000 BC), and at the prehistoric Tassili N‘Ajjer in the Sahara region (7000 to 4000 BC), are also strange human figures such as the dancing man with horns on his head and a stallion tail, as in the cave paintings at Trois Frères in Ariège. These are comparable to similar figures seen on the thirdmillennium-BC Mohenjo-daro seals found in the Indus Valley — symbols that are identified with the sun….1 Describing this ubiquitous of sun worship, professor of Archaeology at Cardiff University Dr. Miranda J. Aldhouse-Green remarks: The evidence for the sun cult manifests itself in Europe from as long ago as the fourth millennium BC, when Neolithic farmers recognized the divine power of the solar disc…
MEXICO’s AIRFORCE ONE leads the pack at #1 — Boeing 787–8 Dreamliner — Mexico — $600 million
If you’re a Mexican native, you may not be best pleased at President Enrique Pena Nieto splashing out on the world’s most expensive plane. If you’re an aviation enthusiast, it is simply a thing of beauty.
Easily outstripping the world-famous Air Force One for cost and performance, the Dreamliner can hold250 passengers and fly 10,000 miles straight without refueling. This means it can soar through the skies at 1,000mph and make the trip from Los Angeles to Tokyo without stopping. If the $600 million price tag wasn’t enough, the plane will cost a further $100,000 per year in maintenance — and that’s before it’s even taken off!
Naturally, the people of Mexico have met the arrival of the Dreamliner with plenty of exacerbation and even started a petition to halt its arrival. Regardless of the messy economic situation regarding the Dreamliner, there’s no denying it’s a truly beautiful specimen.
MOST people like to eat meat. As they grow richer they eat more of it. For individuals, that is good. Meat is…www.economist.com
The movie “Lucy” presented an interesting hypothesis:
For primitive organisms (like humans) the single purpose of Life is a matter of gaining time.
This purpose goes down to the level of the individual cell.
To achieve this, the organism has just two alternative solutions:
(a) be immortal
If the habitat is inhospitable solution (a) is chosen.
The result is self-sufficiency and self management.
If the habitat is nurturing solution (b) is chosen.
In this case information is handed down through generations.
Genetic storage is used to hand down knowledge and learning through time.
What makes an organism uniquely human are actually obstacles to “understanding”. For instance, fear, pain, etc.
BUILDING A BMW: Why animate “laborers” are at risk. How can they compete with their own tools? They will have to find some other kind of daily activity. This video illustrates the current state of production in the civilized world. As a refresher of Economics 101: there are 4 factors that account for production. First there is the Entrepreneur. This is the visionary who gambled to initiate the process. Second there is land. This is the physical location such as factories, offices or farms, whatever. Third there is capital. This is the money that is used to make all this possible. Fourth there is labor(a). There is human labor (as distinct from the Entrepreneur). Then there is machine labor(b). Most economists put tools in the category of capital. I disagree. I think labor is animate as well as inanimate. This category also includes managers and supervisors as well as maintenance workers. All four factors of production are essential for production to take place.
Today, component four (labor-A) and component two (land) are dwindling in importance to the production process relative to the other components. With respect to land, many entrepreurs operate from their home offices with software automation over the internet. So, there is decreasing need for big bricks and mortar offices or retail store spaces. How can human labor compete with the tools of labor? How can land compete with the virtual world wide web? Just look at this video.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j6WWKgN2twY
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