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  • Hyperrational Desire - Salvador Dali
  • Synchromusicology, Chromotherapy, Synesthesia, and the Aural Current of Electric Audiomancy (HD) The rank of Magus is reserved for an elite class of philosophers and metaphysicians who hold the keys to divine knowledge. Mundane, consumer-oriented culture of postmodern Earth has cast down these noble spiritual teachers in the name of hyper-rational materialism. Ancient wisdom is lost amidst the rise of flashy exoteric performance, forcing the magus outward into the exoteric categories of stage (MAG)icians and stage (MUS)icians. Clues as to the tangible content of a lost musical knowledge are scattered throughout encyclopedias and books on tonal harmony. Synchromusicologists are a new branch of independent researchers who gather data on the Hidden Origins of Western Music and the power of sympathetic geometry to generate Love and to heal wounds. This video offers you the first tastes of what is to come from this school of thought. Ezra Sandzer-Bell: howmusick2 Brilliant Digital Art Musical DNA Software: Psychedelic Math and Geometry:
  • The integrated female and the bourne empowered vagina the presence of integrated and empowered female characters are fairly rare. women are displayed as innocent, hyper feminine, ***y, or slutty in movie characters. The character pam landy from the bourne series is one example of an empowered and integrated female that is very realistic. When I say integrated i mean a woman who is comfortable with the rational and emotional mind and is able to shift back and forth to suit the situation. This plays out perfectly in this scene. it displays the power of the integrated feminine and the danger of the dark masculine- which is to say dysfunctionally hyper rational. Copyright Michael Holladay 2011
  • The Glorious 80's - Best Music Hits - (Vol. 1) 56 greatest hits from the 80's (VOL. 1), including stars: Michael Jackson , Billy Joel , Madonna , Prince , Baltimora , Simple Minds , Richard Marx , Bananarama , Kim Wilde , Donna Summer , Bangles , Rick Springfield , Mike & The Mechanics , Kaoma , The J. Geils Band , Chris de Burgh the primtives , Roxette , Bryan Adams , Stevie Nicks , Eurythmics , Genesis , Phil Collins , The Rmones , Blondie - Debbie Harry , Cutting Crew , Gloria Estefan ... and more... __________________ In the First World, this decade saw the emergence of pop music, as well as various forms of rock music, such as new wave, soft rock, and glam metal. The 1980s are commonly associated with the use of synthesizers, and was the introduction of sampling and hip hop/rap. POP The 1980s saw the reinvention of Michael Jackson and the emergence of Madonna, who arguably were the most powerful musicians during the time. Their videos became a permanent fixture on MTV and gained a worldwide mass audience. Michael Jackson's Thriller album from 1982 is the best-selling album of all time, it is cited as selling as many as 110 million copies worldwide. Being the biggest selling artist of that decade he was indisputably the biggest star of the 1980s.[1] By 1980, the disco production of the 1970s, largely dependent on orchestras, is replaced by a lighter synthpop production, which is replaced by dance music. In the second half of the 1980s *** pop has its first wave. Bands and artists include New Kids on the Block ...
  • Day after day-Elena Rubinina version Maxim Ksuta is one of the few Russian artists whose art passes the test in terms of the scale and grandness of the ideas behind it. With an almost Borges-like facility, Ksuta commands the facts of human history, displaying an integrity of vision and completeness of knowledge. With an enviable scrupulousness and thoroughness, he catalogues and systematizes humanity's spiritual experience, in the process calling to mind such magnificent experiments as Dante's Divine Comedy and Balzac's Human Comedy. Like Ksuta's other intellectual-artistic adventures, the emphatically modestly titled project Day after Day endeavors not only to make an exhaustive description of the evolution of culture, but also (and, it seems, more essentially) to reveal the symmetry in the processes of universal and personal history, to bring together macro- and microworlds, to experience the specific human presence within the abstract "history of the spirit." Each of the nine panels that constitute Day after Day is comprised of a multitude of icon-like images, fragments of artworks that Ksuta quite liberally ascribes to one age or another (antiquity, the Renaissance, romanticism, etc.). Moreover, in this case it is not a matter of chronology or stylistic unity, but rather a hypersensitive appreciation of each period, which is comprehended in the wholeness of its manifestations and aftermaths. Ksuta expands and elaborates Spengler's metaphor about the "childhood, youth, manhood, and old age" of culture by ...
  • Joshua Prince-Ramus: Designing the Seattle Central Library Architect Joshua Prince-Ramus takes the audience on dazzling, dizzying virtual tours of three recent projects the Central Library in Seattle, the Museum Plaza in Louisville and the Charles Wyly Theater in Dallas.TEDTalks is a daily video podcast of the best talks and performances from the TED Conference, where the world's leading thinkers and doers are invited to give the talk of their lives in 18 minutes -- including speakers such as Jill Bolte Taylor, Sir Ken Robinson, Hans Rosling, Al Gore and Arthur Benjamin. TED stands for Technology, Entertainment, and Design, and TEDTalks cover these topics as well as science, business, politics and the arts. Watch the Top 10 TEDTalks on , at
  • Exploring Language Self Explanatory... Sorry for garbled voice..headcold.
  • 18. Modeling Mortgage Prepayments and Valuing Mortgages Financial Theory (ECON 251) A mortgage involves making a promise, backing it with collateral, and defining a way to dissolve the promise at prearranged terms in case you want to end it by prepaying. The option to prepay, the refinancing option, makes the mortgage much more complicated than a coupon bond, and therefore something that a hedge fund could make money trading. In this lecture we discuss how to build and calibrate a model to forecast prepayments in order to value mortgages. Old fashioned economists still make non-contingent forecasts, like the recent predictions that unemployment would peak at 8%. A model makes contingent forecasts. The old prepayment models fit a curve to historical data estimating how sensitive aggregate prepayments have been to changes in the interest rate. The modern agent based approach to modeling rationalizes behavior at the individual level and allows heterogeneity among individual types. From either kind of model we see that mortgages are very risky securities, even in the absence of default. This raises the question of how investors and banks should hedge them. 00:00 - Chapter 1. Review of Mortgages 03:20 - Chapter 2. Complications of Refinancing Mortgages 19:26 - Chapter 3. Non-contingent Forecasts of Mortgage Value 28:40 - Chapter 4. The Modern Behavior Rationalizing Model of Mortgage Value 54:07 - Chapter 5. Risk in Mortgages and Hedging Complete course materials are available at the Open Yale Courses website: open.yale.edu This ...
  • Day after day / День за днем Maxim Ksuta is one of the few Russian artists whose art passes the test in terms of the scale and grandness of the ideas behind it. With an almost Borges-like facility, Ksuta commands the facts of human history, displaying an integrity of vision and completeness of knowledge. With an enviable scrupulousness and thoroughness, he catalogues and systematizes humanity's spiritual experience, in the process calling to mind such magnificent experiments as Dante's Divine Comedy and Balzac's Human Comedy. Like Ksuta's other intellectual-artistic adventures, the emphatically modestly titled project Day after Day endeavors not only to make an exhaustive description of the evolution of culture, but also (and, it seems, more essentially) to reveal the symmetry in the processes of universal and personal history, to bring together macro- and microworlds, to experience the specific human presence within the abstract "history of the spirit." Each of the nine panels that constitute Day after Day is comprised of a multitude of icon-like images, fragments of artworks that Ksuta quite liberally ascribes to one age or another (antiquity, the Renaissance, romanticism, etc.). Moreover, in this case it is not a matter of chronology or stylistic unity, but rather a hypersensitive appreciation of each period, which is comprehended in the wholeness of its manifestations and aftermaths. Ksuta expands and elaborates Spengler's metaphor about the "childhood, youth, manhood, and old age" of culture by ...
  • Conversation with a Hyper-Rationalist (part 1 of 2) Avert your eyes.. Part 2 is here:
  • Nudge: improving decisions about health, wealth and happiness Speaker: Professor Richard Thaler Chair: Professor David De Meza This event was recorded on 23 March 2009 in Old Theatre, Old Building Standard economic ***yses rely on an unrealistic model of human behavior in which economic agents are hyperrational robots. Modern behavioral economics takes a more realistic approach and assumes that economics agents are humans, who sometimes forget where they put their keys, panic in the face of economic volatility, and are growing more obese by the day. The theme of Nudge is that it is possible to help such humans make better choices without taking away their freedoms, just by giving them a gentle nudge. The financial crisis of 2008 makes the message of Nudge more relevant than ever, both in determining how we got into this mess, how we can get out, and how we can prevent another crisis.
  • Joshua Prince-Ramus: Building a theater that remakes itself Joshua Prince-Ramus believes that if architects re-engineer their design process, the results can be spectacular. Speaking at TEDxSMU, Dallas, he walks us through his fantastic re-creation of the local Wyly Theater as a giant "theatrical machine" that reconfigures itself at the touch of a button.