Daily Archives: May 9, 2021

Marvin Gaye “What’s Going On / What’s Happening Brother”


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Published on May 5, 2020

An excerpt from the recently released DVD of some of Marvin’s greatest live performances on TV and film, “Real Thing: In Performance 1964-1981,” This live performance comes from the long out-of-circulation 1973 film, “Save The Children” with James Jamerson on bass.
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Marvin Gaye – What’s Going On


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Published on Dec 29, 2010

Marvin Gaye – What’s Going On (Album Version)

Couldn’t find this anywhere on here, thought I’d do this a little justice.

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Soil


The Living Farm

Published on May 9, 2021

Learn the concept of soil with Lynn Gillespie, the creator of The High Performance Garden Show. This is the most important step in gardening.

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Enroll in the High Performance Garden Show (https://thelivingfarm.org/high-perfor…​) to watch over 160 weekly episodes where Lynn Gillespie will demonstrate how she consistently creates over $2500 worth of organic food in only 128 sq ft, that is about the size of 3 king size beds, with only a 15 minute a day commitment! FREE, ONLINE, AVAILABLE ANYTIME!!

Grand Transitions: How the Modern World Was Made: Vaclav Smil

What makes the modern world work? The answer to this deceptively simple question lies in four “grand transitions” of civilization–in populations, agriculture, energy, and economics–which have transformed the way we live.

Societies that have undergone all four transitions emerge into an era of radically different population dynamics, food surpluses (and waste), abundant energy use, and expanding economic opportunities. Simultaneously, in other parts of the world, hundreds of millions remain largely untouched by these developments.

Through erudite storytelling, Vaclav Smil investigates the fascinating and complex interactions of these transitions. He argues that the moral imperative to share modernity’s benefits has become more acute with increasing economic inequality, but addressing this imbalance would make it exceedingly difficult to implement the changes necessary for the long-term preservation of the environment. Thus, managing the fifth transition–environmental changes from natural-resource depletion, biodiversity loss, and global warming–will determine the success or eventual failure of the grand transitions that have made the world we live in today.

Reviews

“No one writes about the great issues of our time with more rigor or erudition than Vaclav Smil. Grand Transitions is at once sweeping, sobering, and profoundly informative.”
–Elizabeth Kolbert, author of The Sixth Extinction, winner of the Pulitzer Prize

“An expert portrait of spectacular technical and economic advances that many in the 21st century enjoy but which exclude large segments of the population and are creating problems that may or may not be solvable. Ingenious, insightful, and disturbing.”–Kirkus
“Underpinned by mesmerizing data and deep analysis, Grand Transitions provides a clear and compelling framework for thinking about the future of energy, the environment, and the economy. A feast for anyone interested in the future of energy. A must read.”–Atul Arya, Chief Energy Strategist, IHS
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Grand Transitions is the epitome of excellence in integrative systemic scientific analysis, anchored in a magisterial exploration of the main five transitions of mankind since civilizations emerged. And it provides a healthy antidote to the wishful thinking so prevalent today. Decision makers and
the public should educate themselves with this authoritative evaluation, which will shape their decisions on how to ensure a harmonious, sustainable future for all.”–Didier Sornette, Professor of Entrepreneurial Risks and Finance, ETH Zurich

“For a generation, polymath Vaclav Smil has expounded on the big patterns in energy, food, and other means through which humans have transformed their environment. In Grand Transitions he has zoomed out even further to paint a picture of how the pieces fit together and to explain how the modern
world works. In elegant prose with relentless attention to fact and reality-rare these days-he has written a masterpiece that forces you to think, disagree, wonder, and grapple with the accomplishments and challenges of today’s industrial society.”–David G. Victor, Professor of International
Relations, University of California, San Diego
“In Grand Transitions, Vaclav Smil reminds us of the fundamental point that the economy cannot be untethered from nature. Technological ingenuity has loosened the links, but the outlook for economic gains–or losses–is inextricably tied to the dynamics of population change, and of food and energy
production.”–Diane Coyle, Bennett Professor of Public Policy, University of Cambridge
“Investing requires quantification of impact. But Vaclav Smil convincingly challenges the increased reliance on applying mathematical modelling to single-frame narratives. He steadily illustrates why such approaches seldom provide useful enough insights, as they tend to ignore technical constraints
and biospheric limits.”
–Philippe Rohner, Pictet Asset Management

“Smil offers a sweeping account of the deep material forces that have shaped the modern world… He tells a remarkable story of the human capacity to innovate, build, and integrate societies across vast distances.”–Foreign Affairs
“Smil is a conjurer with numbers. In Grand Transitions, he works to show just how thoroughly this is now a planet of our making–and how rapidly the transformation is still happening.”–Washington Post

About the Author

Vaclav Smil is Distinguished Professor Emeritus at the University of Manitoba. The author of more than 40 books, he conducts interdisciplinary research in energy, environmental and population change, food production and nutrition, technical innovation, risk assessment, and public policy. He has worked globally as a consultant and frequently delivers invited talks at conferences and workshops throughout the world.

Vaclav Smil is currently a Distinguished Professor in the Faculty of Environment at the University of Manitoba in Winnipeg, Canada. He completed his graduate studies at the Faculty of Natural Sciences of Carolinum University in Prague and at the College of Earth and Mineral Sciences of the Pennsylvania State University. His interdisciplinary research interests encompass a broad area of energy, environmental, food, population, economic, historical and public policy studies, and he had also applied these approaches to energy, food and environmental affairs of China.

He is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada (Science Academy) and the first non-American to receive the American Association for the Advancement of Science Award for Public Understanding of Science and Technology. He has been an invited speaker in more than 250 conferences and workshops in the USA, Canada, Europe, Asia and Africa, has lectured at many universities in North America, Europe and East Asia and has worked as a consultant for many US, EU and international institutions. His wife Eva is a physician and his son David is an organic synthetic chemist.

Official Website: http://www.vaclavsmil.com

  • Publisher : Oxford University Press (March 1, 2021)
  • Language : English
  • Hardcover : 384 pages
  • ISBN-10 : 0190060662
  • ISBN-13 : 978-0190060664
  • Item Weight : 1.55 pounds
  • Dimensions : 9.3 x 1.4 x 6.2 inches

Amazing Journey From Earth to the End of the Universe


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More space news and info at: http://www.coconutsciencelab.com​ – in this animation we rise above the ESO’s new Supernova planetarium facility, located in Garching, Germany, rising above Europe and the entire Earth itself.

The viewer then accelerates out of the Solar System and then the Milky Way, finally revealing vast numbers of galaxies.

Please rate and comment, thanks!

Credit: ESO, L. Calçada, M. Kornmesser, spaceengine.org.

NASA Live Stream – Earth From Space LIVE Feed | ISS tracker & live chat


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Thanks for watching Space Videos : Live video of Earth from space – as seen from the Nasa ISS live stream aboard the International Space Station.
Watch our latest video – The Sun – Our Dynamic Star https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NUuHA…

The International Space Station – ISS – circles the earth at 240 miles above the planet, on the edge of space in low earth orbit.

The station is crewed by NASA astronauts as well as Russian Cosmonauts and a mixture of Japanese, Canadian and European astronauts as well.

The Expedition 65 Crew are:
Akihiko Hoshide (Commander)
Thomas Pesquet
Shane Kimbrough
Megan McArthur
Oleg Novitsky
Pyotr Dubrov
Mark Vande Hei

Beautiful views of planet Earth seen from the ISS. As seen from the Nasa space video ISS live stream – A real astronaut view of Earth!

THIS WILL SHOW LIVE and PRE-RECORDED FOOTAGE – depending on signal from the station or if the ISS is on the night side of Earth.

When the feed is live the words LIVE NOW will appear in the top left hand corner of the screen.
As the Space Station passes into a period of night every 45 mins video is unavailable – during this time, and other breaks in transmission, recorded footage is shown .
When back in daylight the live stream of earth will recommence

Thanks for watching with us on Space Videos – we’re grateful to be able to share these wonderful views of our home –
This ISS live feed of planet earth from space is courtesy of Nasa Earth Viewing Cameras aboard the international space station. The station is crewed by #NASA​ astronauts as well as Russian Cosmonauts and a mixture of Japanese, Canadian and European astronauts as well.

Before you ask –
Why can’t we see the stars?

The cameras have a low light exposure for viewing Earth in daylight, so no stars are seen on the feeds, although the Sun, Moon and Venus can be seen. The Earth or moon on these videos is many hundreds of thousands of times brighter than the brightest stars and the cameras shoot at 60 frames per second – with an exposure that allows us to get a good view of the Earth. This exposure is too short to capture stars which are incredibly faint compared to the brightness of the planet. (Its down to photography rather than conspiracy!)

What do those different screens mean?

The bottom left screen shows photos of Earth taken by ISS astronauts.
The middle screen shows the current position of the Space Station (the large white H shape!)
The bottom right will is a 2nd live cam which will display timelapse video when the live stream is not available.

#nasalive​ #ISSlive​ #earthfromspace​

If you are here to talk about a flat earth then please don’t bother. You can stay and watch our beautiful globe earth as it spins in space , but please don’t share your nonsense beliefs in our chat.

This ISS live feed of planet earth from space is courtesy of Nasa Earth Viewing Cameras aboard the international space station. The station is crewed by #NASA​ astronauts as well as Russian Cosmonauts and a mixture of Japanese, Canadian and European astronauts as well. Before you ask – Why can’t we see the stars? The cameras have a low light exposure for viewing Earth in daylight, so no stars are seen on the feeds, although the Sun, Moon and Venus can be seen. The Earth or moon on these videos is many hundreds of thousands of times brighter than the brightest stars and the cameras shoot at 60 frames per second – with an exposure that allows us to get a good view of the Earth. This exposure is too short to capture stars which are incredibly faint compared to the brightness of the planet. (Its down to photography rather than conspiracy!) What do those different screens mean? The bottom left screen shows photos of Earth taken by ISS astronauts. The middle screen shows the current position of the Space Station (the large white H shape!)

The bottom right will is a 2nd live cam which will display timelapse video when the live stream is not available. #nasalive#ISSlive#earthfromspace​ If you are here to talk about a flat earth then please don’t bother. You can stay and watch our beautiful globe earth as it spins in space , but please don’t share your nonsense beliefs in our chat. Got a question about this feed? Read our FAQ’s https://spacevideosfaq.tumblr.com/

We encourage people to join in our live chat but ask that you are respectful of others. Rude and inappropriate comments will not be tolerated. We ask that you chat in English so everyone can participate together and also to enable us to identify any inappropriate comments. #livechat#space#spacetalk#isslive#livestream

Watch the earth roll by courtesy of the NASA Live cameras International Space Station Live Feed: Thanks to NASA for this http://www.nasa.gov

The ISS passes into the dark side of the earth for roughly half of each of its 90 minute orbits. During this time no video is available. We would recommend that you check out some recorded footage while you wait – click the link above. Subscribe

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Video Replay: The Moon – Incredible Lunar Views From The Japanese SELENE Orbiter – Earthrise

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Watch our latest video – Expanse: Earth From Space https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Awchs…
Take a journey across the surface of the moon. See the earth rise and set from the lunar surface.
This video was recorded by the SELENE Lunar Orbiter – images are copyright JAXA / NHK SELENE, better known in Japan by its nickname Kaguya, was the second Japanese lunar orbiter spacecraft following the Hiten probe] Produced by the Institute of Space and Astronautical Science (ISAS) and the National Space Development Agency (NASDA), the spacecraft was launched on September 14, 2007. After successfully orbiting the Moon for a year and eight months, the main orbiter was instructed to impact on the lunar surface near the crater Gill on June 10, 2009.[2]

4K : Earth From Space – From Ireland to Yemen

Space Videos – Premieres May 9, 2021

Welcome to Space Videos. Join us as we watch our planet Earth, seen from 240 miles in orbit. Our journey starts off the coast of Ireland and the UK. We travel across Europe, over France, Germany , Austria onto Greece and Turkey, then over Syria, Lebanon, Jordan, Saudi Arabia and finally Yemen. This video was created using thousands of images taken by Thomas Pesquet and other astronauts aboard the ISS.

Talk Africa: Chad crisis and Sahel security

CGTN Africa– May 9, 2021

The death of Chad’s former President Idriss Deby on the 19th of April has alarmed many foreign and national Security policymakers. What implications may President Deby’s death have on the security and stability of the region?