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  • SyncronisedKinetics EU Team Go Sub to EnerVates Official EU Team sK [SyncronisedKinetics] Leave a Feedback on their Channel. sK has been TOP 10 Variety of Times so Plz go Sub to them. -Thanks For the Support EnerVate-TeCh
  • A Song for Grandpa A song I wrote and recorded for my grandfather's memorial. Sorry I am NOT a good singer, so I apologize if you're ears spontaneously combust and explode from my singing! xD. Anyways, FEEL FREE to comment, no matter whether you knew my grandfather or not, and also feel free to give as much constructive criticism as you want. Btw for you music geeks, yes the pre-chorus and chorus are in a 5/4 time signature, while the verse is in 4/4. Lyrics: You're dead and gone but you're still here; these memories can never disappear. You're in me deep, I can't get no sleep, as guilty thoughts run through my brain. I was so vain! (Chorus): It enervates me, it desecrates me, oh how could I be, so arrogant From my disregard, I'm tearing apart. It's breaking my heart, to the extent. I wish that these tears, would wash my sins clear, 'cuz when you were here, I couldn't find a sense of pity, how couldn't I see you're special to me? I was so blind! (Verse 2) : These flames of blue, are catalysts starting a heart burn from my sadness. And as you sleep, I can't help but weep, I wish that all of these tears, would wash my sins clear. (repeat Chorus) (Verse 3) : You left this home for skies of blue, above the place where your plane flew. I couldn't give support; you had to abort; now all my tears start to pour. I wish I knew you more. (repeat Chorus) **acoustic guitar solo**
  • Houellebecq, Tocqueville, Democracy Excerpt from an interview with Michel Houellebecq by Sylvain Bourmeau, august 2010. With english subtitles.
  • Part 1 - Walden by Henry David Thoreau (Ch 01) Part 1. Classic Literature VideoBook with synchronized text, interactive transcript, and closed captions in multiple languages. Audio courtesy of Librivox. Read by Gord Mackenzie. Playlist for Walden by Henry David Thoreau:
  • Laryngeal Nerve of the Giraffe Proves Evolution (Norsk sub) Mirror from: (SecularResponse channel) This is a segment only. Watch the entire episode here: Join Richard Dawkins as he takes the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity of a giraffe dissection to explain Evolution by Natural Selection to a room full of lovely young Veterinary Students! Highlighted here is the example of the Laryngeal nerve, which in fish enervate the gills, but in mammals, which evolved from fish, now enervates the voice box. Since Natural Selection has no drawing board to return to, and since the nerve served a vital function, it's length was stretched over successive generations to several inches in the case of humans, to several meters in the case of the giraffe! Keep in mind that this nerve comes from the brain and passes within inches of it's destination before traveling, in all mammals, a wasteful and circuitous route around a major artery in the heart before going all the way back up to the Larynx. Demonstrative of our lowly origins as opposed to the arrogantly self-exalted status favored by wish thinkers worldwide.
  • Chapter 01-2 - Walden by Henry David Thoreau Chapter 1: Economy -Part 2. Classic Literature VideoBook with synchronized text, interactive transcript, and closed captions in multiple languages. Audio courtesy of Librivox. Read by Gord Mackenzie. Playlist for Walden by Henry David Thoreau:
  • Cooks Country - The Who Didn't see a version of this up yet, so thought I'd just post it. - Lyrics - People are suffering I'll say it again People are suffering I'll say it again People are suffering I'll say it again So remember when you're looking for trouble That trouble is already busy with weaker men People are hungry I'll say it again People are hungry I'll say it again People are hungry I'll say it again So don't you abuse that body It'll stop without assistance my friends The song goes on I'll sing again until the music enervates The song goes on The sting of pain will dull and finally fade away The song goes on Through centuries of history it reverberates The song goes on On curving comets track the music makes it way This song is so long It ends up where it begins People are lonely I'll say it again People are lonely I'll say it again People are lonely I'll say it again So don't ever run too far from home You'll be alone for sure on that you can depend People are bleeding I'll say it again People are bleeding I'll say it again People are bleeding I'll say it again So put away that switchblade knife And tighten the knot that'll help this bloodshed end The song goes on - the song goes on The song goes on - the song goes on This song Is so long It ends up where it begins. People are suffering I'll say it again and again and again and again People are hungry I'll say it again and again and again and again People are lonely I'll say it again and again and again and again Again and again and ...
  • fluxus pilot fluxus is a 60-minutes contemporary ballet performance premiered on 17th October 2002. at Sadamateater in Tartu, Estonia; created by the following personnel: choreography, stage production and design Teet Kask, music Erkki-Sven Tüür, visuals Mark Raidpere, costumes Aldo Järvsoo, dance performances by corps de ballet of the Vanemuine Theatre. For musical accompaniment, Fluxus utilise a number of Erkki-Sven Tüürs pre-existent compositions to which the composer has added, specifically for dance performance, several musical saketches that now interconnect the musical episodes. Comprising the musical score are the two-minutes Prologue (sketch), Passion, Illusion, Mirage (sketch), Piano Sonata, Lighthouse, Mythos (sketch) and Insula deserta. Content outline Fluxus represents a quest, a journey through time and human nature. With everything in our lives appearing transitory and changeable, what should we latch on to? Whats permanent? What is valuable? What to opt for? To change and move. Or to be moved around and changed? To operate or to observe? To do or to doodle? The endlessness of changes both enchants and enervates, disheartens as well as intoxicates. Nature in its hugeness, existing in a state of permanent flux, not only makes human beings acutely aware of their powerlessness but also tempts them to try and gain some control. But how much control do we actually need? When the heart ceases beating and blood stops circulating, rot sets in. The end of one process becomes the ...
  • JOHN JASPERSE COMPANY The innovative work of John Jasperse Company has been described by The New York Times as "intelligent art [that] energizes, rather than enervates." Returning to The Joyce for the first time since 2000, the company will perform the New York premiere of Truth, Revised Histories, Wishful Thinking, and Flat Out Lies, an evening-length work that explores the often fluid boundaries between fantasy and reality. The piece features a commissioned score by composer Hahn Rowe and live musicians from the critically acclaimed International Contemporary Ensemble.
  • Rich Noggin - "Real Stuff" Gold standard "sabbath," intro to Alexis De Toqueville I have some thoughts to share with you. Please, let me tell you some about Alexis De Toqueville. I will be sharing more things like this with you soon, as the "rich noggin" show series takes form. I have also put this under the entertainment category, for reasons I will explain further in the future. Here is a except from wikipedia: In Volume II, Book 4, Chapter 6 of Democracy in America, de Tocqueville writes the following about soft despotism: Thus, After having thus successively taken each member of the community in its powerful grasp and fashioned him at will, the supreme power then extends its arm over the whole community. It covers the surface of society with a network of small complicated rules, minute and uniform, through which the most original minds and the most energetic characters cannot penetrate, to rise above the crowd. The will of man is not shattered, but softened, bent, and guided; men are seldom forced by it to act, but they are constantly restrained from acting. Such a power does not destroy, but it prevents existence; it does not tyrannize, but it compresses, enervates, extinguishes, and stupefies a people, till each nation is reduced to nothing better than a flock of timid and industrious animals, of which the government is the shepherd. I have always thought that servitude of the regular, quiet, and gentle kind which I have just described might be combined more easily than is commonly believed with some of the outward forms of freedom, and that it ...
  • Knowing versus Believing Photo essay about knowing and believing. What do you really know? What do you merely believe? How can you tell the difference?
  • if you want to know what we are (certified vedastian &rizalista) ;wow, this is our speech in our verse choir.. this is our winning piece!.. God bless!If you want to know what we are who inhabit forest mountain rivershore, who harness beast, living steel, martial music (that classless language of the heart), who celebrate labour, wisdom of the mind, peace of the blood; If you want to know what we are who become animate at the rain's metallic ring, the stone's accumulated strength, who tremble in the wind's blossoming (that enervates earth's potentialities), who stir just as flowers unfold to the sun; If you want to know what we are who grow powerful and deathless in countless counterparts, each part pregnant with hope, each hope supreme, each supremacy classless, each classlessness nourished by unlimited splendor of comradeship; We are multitudes the world over, millions everywhere; in violent factories, sordid tenements, crowded cities; in skies and seas and rivers, in lands everywhere; our number increase as the wide world revolves and increases arrogance, hunger disease and death. We are the men and women reading books, searching in the pages of history for the lost word, the key to the mystery of living peace, imperishable joy; we are factory hands field hands mill hand everywhere, molding creating building structures, forging ahead, Reaching for the future, nourished in the heart; we are doctors scientists chemists discovering, eliminating disease and hunger and antagonisms; we are soldiers navy-men citizens guarding the ...
  • Walden Chapter 1, part 2 This is a response to pshapiro's Walden where he synchronized images of the 1st chapter of Thoreau's Walden (part 1) with its reading by G. Mackenzie for (see ). So I decided to do the same for part 2 of chapter 1, but with a variant: instead of synchronizing images of the page with the audio, I'll let YouTube autocaptioning software do the synching of a text file excerpted from the Gutenberg project version of Walden (downloadable in several formats from ). This video is in the public domain and can be downloaded from . So are its captions, which can be downloaded in several formats from Therefore I cannot use the YouTube pseudo Creative Commons license, because Creative Commons licenses are copyright licenses, and works in the public domain cannot be put under a copyright license. But of course, you are free to reuse and remix it, without having to give credit to anyone, though it would be polite to do so for G. MacKenzie's splendid reading. Let's hope YouTube soon starts offering proper Creative Commons licensing, with all available choices, links leading to the genuine Common Deed which in turn links to the legal code of the license. And an option to certify that a video is in the public domain.
  • The Sight Below - "At First Touch" There's a beating heart buried in the wintry landscape of Glider, a warm 4/4 pulse that enervates the album's echoing, looped drones and pulls the listener swiftly through the snow. By pinning barely-there electronic beats to his wisps of guitar melody, the Seattle-based producer turns ambient music into a hybrid strain of breathtakingly intimate, small-scale dance music. With Glider, The Sight Below has created a work of vertiginous sonic depth and exquisite melancholy: techno music for a dark winters night.
  • What's Wrong with Women in Lebanon? An experimental rant on the ignorance towards gender inequality in Lebanon. Visit
  • A&G on Democracy In America by Alexis DeTocqueville 6-01-10 DEMOCRACY IN AMERICA Vol 1 & 2 - Read ebook PDF _____________________________ DEMOCRACY IN AMERICA Vol 1 & 2 - Read Online ___________________________ Tocqueville's Discovery of America by Leo Damrosch (Search Amazon) _______________________________________________________ Above this race of men stands an immense and tutelary power, which takes upon itself alone to secure their gratifications and to watch over their fate. That power is absolute, minute, regular, provident, and mild. It would be like the authority of a parent if, like that authority, its object was to prepare men for manhood; but it seeks, on the contrary, to keep them in perpetual childhood: it is well content that the people should rejoice, provided they think of nothing but rejoicing. For their happiness such a government willingly labors, but it chooses to be the sole agent and the only arbiter of that happiness; it provides for their security, foresees and supplies their necessities, facilitates their pleasures, manages their principal concerns, directs their industry, regulates the descent of property, and subdivides their inheritances: what remains, but to spare them all the care of thinking and all the trouble of living? Thus it every day renders the exercise of the free agency of man less useful and less frequent; it circumscribes the will within a narrower range and gradually robs a man of all the uses of himself. The principle of ...