Friday, August 28, 2015

American Pathology!

Why sleep restriction therapy is growing in popularity | Life and style | The Guardian

Life as a Syrian refugee: ‘We will be good people. We will build the country’ | Global | The Guardian

A laboratory for refugee politics: inside Passau, the 'German Lampedusa' | World news | The Guardian

Joy of goth: how sad music can help your mental health | Music | The Guardian

The 10 best revolutionaries | Culture | The Guardian

‘We are the weirdos’: how witches went from evil outcasts to feminist heroes | Film | The Guardian

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More bullshit via the media. This is not trus as I live in S.A. Yes, they like to 'party' and have good time. But, I wouldn't call this 'happiness!' You can tell by observing people faces. They aren't happy, particularly the women burdened with all the work.

This is me!

Thursday, August 27, 2015

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The usual bullshit!

Dementia sufferers ‘stop noticing memory loss two years before condition develops' | Society | The Guardian

Wednesday, August 26, 2015

Fish-shaped Microrobots Could Soon Be Used for Drug Delivery - Fortune

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Desperate migrants find holes in Hungary's razor-wire fence strategy | World news | The Guardian

Desperate migrants find holes in Hungary's razor-wire fence strategy | World news | The Guardian

When will my life begin? You asked Google – here’s the answer | Linda Blair | Comment is free | The Guardian

Mindfulness as effective as pills for treating recurrent depression - study | Society | The Guardian

China can ride out this crisis. But we’re on course for another crash | Seumas Milne | Comment is free | The Guardian

This is a global firestorm. And after three decades of deregulation punctuated by financial crises and a systemic meltdown, there is every reason to fear more fallout from casino capitalism.

Revealed: the first hydrogen-powered battery that will charge your Apple iPhone for a week - Telegraph

China’s meltdown shows the country is out of control - Fortune

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Tuesday, August 25, 2015

Is New Orleans in danger of turning into a modern-day Atlantis? | Cities | The Guardian

Governments controlling our lives!

Doctor Who rescued me from an airless literary world | Books | The Guardian

Chinese investors lose heart as stocks plunge again | Business | The Guardian

#LaughingWhileBlack: Why a women's book club was kicked off Napa Valley train - CSMonitor.com

14 Arrested in Anti-Jihadi Raids in Morocco, Spain - The New York Times

Monday, August 24, 2015

We’ve had Korean crises before, but this one is worrying | Aidan Foster-Carter | Comment is free | The Guardian

How a Volcanic Eruption in 1815 Darkened the World but Colored the Arts - The New York Times

For me, with Tantric Taoism., it's an OURGASM!

The surprising byproduct of conflict in the Middle East? Cleaner air. - CSMonitor.com

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Hope is a wish,
A caught fish!
So, go catch some,
My hope for you!

H.

Transgender sitcom Boy Meets Girl ushers in new era for TV - BBC News

No, there's no such thing as Global Warming, it's all our imagination!

Europe Facing New Uncertainty in Terrorism Fight - The New York Times

Matthew Berry's Love/Hate for 2015: Fantasy football most overvalued, undervalued

So much, American Pathology!

Sunday, August 23, 2015

'I'm afraid that the human world in 2015...' (for Mitch)

Mitch,
I'm afraid that the human world in 2015, is an impossible situation, mitigating human nature, solving the nature of consciousness.  Is this possible?  Not as long as we keep treating the symptoms (for money of course), and avoiding curing the illness, us.  What did Pogo say, WE HAVE MET THE ENEMY AND HE IS US.   
The masses, and I see it here in Bolivia, are robotic consumers.  The latest 'penis,' for teenage girls is the smart phone!  You should observe them holding on to it!  This is IN COCHABAMBA, BOLIVIA, not San Jose, California, U.S.A.!
We're always looking for some material object that will distract us from ourselves, to go INSIDE, as that's where we CURE THE ILLNESS!
I long to live in a culture where poetry is discussed in coffee bars, not football!  Know of such a place?
I look forward to hearing your 'music!'

Hutch

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I know the pain of suffering, who doesn't?  But, my pain/suffering is caused by the Shambhala Demons…

"Lama Tsultrim encourages people to confront societal demons by asking them the same questions we ask our personal demons: “What do you want? What do you really need? How will you feel if you get what you really need?  Find out what’s under the want, because often what the demon appears to need or to want is not the real need.” What lies beneath those desires is often something else – something totally different from what appears on the surface. Negative habits belie deeper needs that reveal themselves in the process of feeding your demons. If you can get to the need at the root of the apparent desire and feed it, says Lama Tsultrim, 'you can create a definitive transformation.'"  
This now going on for five years (since 2015)!  They weren't happy we moved the Kundalini (The Serpent of Light) from North (Tibet) to South (Bolivia)!  They've been punishing us ever since!
We create Unconditional Love via Spiritual Intercourse (Tantric Taoism).  This is what they're trying to stop!  Why Demons, why?  
What do you want?  What do you really need?  How will you feel if you get what you really need?

H.

Crash Course Astronomy: Low mass stars.

Why climate change is pushing Earth's boreal forests to 'tipping point' - CSMonitor.com

Is marijuana...? | The Columbian

Sometimes, it's 'shit!'

Thousands of migrants board trains and buses in Macedonia after storming border

The 16 Best Places to Live in America: 2015 | Outside Online

Katharine Hepburn's Hollywood home for sale – in pictures | Film | The Guardian

Lives transformed: do famous transgender people help the cause? | Society | The Guardian

Yanis Varoufakis brands Alexis Tsipras the ‘new De Gaulle’ as election gets ugly | World news | The Guardian

France train shooting: Europe on high alert after attack by armed gunman | World news | The Guardian

Saturday, August 22, 2015

Disappointing business surveys intensify world growth fears | Reuters

Wednesday, August 19, 2015

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Tuesday, August 18, 2015

Was this the world's first flower? - CSMonitor.com

Anonymous essay exposes sexual abuse in the operating room - CBS News

A First: Two Female Soldiers to Graduate From Army Ranger School - The Atlantic

Sunday, August 16, 2015

‘One person a fortnight’ travels to Dignitas from Britain to end their lives | Society | The Guardian

The village where men are banned | Global development | The Guardian

Ecuador hits back at UK criticism over Julian Assange | Media | The Guardian

Why Google — and Larry Page — created their own Alphabet

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Friday, August 14, 2015

Checklist: Copacabana, Bolivia :: Travel :: Lists :: Paste

Thursday, August 13, 2015

Are we safe from self-aware robots? | Computerworld

Julian Assange sex assault case dropped | Business Standard News

Sunday, August 09, 2015

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Thursday, August 06, 2015

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Tuesday, August 04, 2015

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We cycled the Salar de Uyuni, last Mayo... And it snowed.

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Sunday, August 02, 2015

Famous last words? Say them now, before it’s too late | Oscar Rickett | Comment is free | The Guardian

Germans fret over Europe's future but still believe | Reuters

Michael Snyder Blog | The Bankruptcy Of The Planet Accelerates – 24 Nations Are Currently Facing A Debt Crisis | Talkmarkets

SoulCycle IPO endorphins inhibit pain potential

This Massive Green Fireball Just Flew Over South America - Vocativ

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Beauty is the ultimate totality, as it combines both subject and object, totally!

H.

Saturday, August 01, 2015

That’s not cool man! Bank regulators deny pot industry access to financial institutions | MorningTicker