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  • Bhajo Radhey Radhey Govinda A Divine breeze permeated the entire brahmand on the Sharat Poornima night of October, 1922, when Jagadguru Shree Kripaluji Maharaj appeared in Mangarh village (near Allahabad, India) in a most respectable brahman family. From the very first day he delighted the hearts of everyone around him with his sweet smile and serene look. Kripaluji Maharaj is lovingly called Maharajji by his devotees. While showering Braj ras all the time, Shree Maharajji has produced immense devotional literature and material: songs, kirtans, couplets etc. Shree Maharajji has also delivered thousands of enthralling discourses which reveal the authentic Divine knowledge of the path to God. His speeches are on TV daily in India as well as in the USA.
  • Vomit The Soul - Obsessed With Necrophilia Demo, Permeated Records 2004
  • Radhey Radhey Govind A Divine breeze permeated the entire brahmand on the Sharat Poornima night of October, 1922, when Jagadguru Shree Kripaluji Maharaj appeared in Mangarh village (near Allahabad, India) in a most respectable brahman family. From the very first day he delighted the hearts of everyone around him with his sweet smile and serene look. Kripaluji Maharaj is lovingly called Maharajji by his devotees. While showering Braj ras all the time, Shree Maharajji has produced immense devotional literature and material: songs, kirtans, couplets etc. Shree Maharajji has also delivered thousands of enthralling discourses which reveal the authentic Divine knowledge of the path to God. His speeches are on TV daily in India as well as in the USA.
  • Goddess Mantras Music for Deep Meditation Music Goddess Bij Mantra is AIM HRIM KLIM CHAMUNDAYAI VICHE Download Full album available at or search for Music for Deep Meditation at iTunes or Mantras are basically tools for going within that ancient yogis heard in meditation. These "words of power" as Nisargadatta Maharaj said, are universal mantras that go beyond a particular tradition and have the power to calm the mind and bring the listener into a state of deep peace, contentment and the ultimate realization of The Divine. The realization of a continuous state of presence. The Gayatri Mantra is: Om Bhurbhuva Swaha Tat Savitur Varenyam Bhargo Devasya Dhimahi Dhi Yo Yo Nah Prachodayat Gayatri mantra is considered one of the oldest and most powerful mantras. Goddess Gayatri represents the mother of the Vedas and is the Goddess of Light. In a more esoteric sense, Gayatri represents the light that permeated the whole Universe which is also the light of The Divine in every human being. The rough meaning of The Gayatri mantra is: May we contemplate the Divine Light which permeates the Three Worlds. May this light fill us with understanding, protection and love. May this Divine Light illumine our minds. THE SEED OR BIJ MANTRA OF THE GODDESS Aim Hrim Kliim Chamundayai Vicche I was particularly exited to find the chanting of this mantra since it is very hear to hear it sung. This is a Bij or seed mantra, one of the most potent sound mantras that invoke a particular aspect of The Divine ...
  • Wallstrip Chat - Todd Harrison (12-08-06) Lindsay sits down with "top gun" trader Todd Harrison to talk about the state of the market and Todd's new venture Minyanville.
  • Septycal Gorge - Erase The Insignificant - Lobotomia New song taken from upcoming Septycal Gorge album named "Erase The Insignificant" out November 21th - Permeated Records. Preroder now cds, shirts..... /septycalgorge
  • The Green Fire Film Project The Aldo Leopold Foundation is working with US Forest Service filmmakers Steve Dunsky, Ann Dunsky and Dave Steinke to produce the hour-long Green Fire: The Life and Legacy of Aldo Leopold. Leopold biographer and conservation biologist Dr. Curt Meine will serve as the film's on-screen guide. Green Fire describes the formation of Leopold's idea, exploring how it changed one man and later permeated through all arenas of conservation. The film draws on Leopold's life and experiences to provide context and validity, then explores the deep impact of his thinking on conservation projects around the world today. The high-definition film will utilize photographs, correspondence, m***cripts and other archival documents from the voluminous Aldo Leopold Archives as well as historical film and contemporary full-color footage on location, including landscapes that influenced Leopold and that he in turn influenced.
  • Action - Being Permeated by God's Love
  • Radha Meri Gati Mati A Divine breeze permeated the entire brahmand on the Sharat Poornima night of October, 1922, when Jagadguru Shree Kripaluji Maharaj appeared in Mangarh village (near Allahabad, India) in a most respectable brahman family. From the very first day he delighted the hearts of everyone around him with his sweet smile and serene look. Kripaluji Maharaj is lovingly called Maharajji by his devotees. While showering Braj ras all the time, Shree Maharajji has produced immense devotional literature and material: songs, kirtans, couplets etc. Shree Maharajji has also delivered thousands of enthralling discourses which reveal the authentic Divine knowledge of the path to God. His speeches are on TV daily in India as well as in the USA.
  • Who Dats Get Crunk in Church Only in New Orleans, baby... Who Dat post-Superbowl celebration at Our Lady Star of the Sea Church in New Orleans. Who Dat Say Dey Gonna Beat Dem Saints!!! Superbowl XLIV Champions!!!!!!!!!!
  • SCIENCE & ISLAM EP3 2of6 | The Power Of Doubt In the Final episode of the series Al-Khalili turns detective, hunting for clues that show how the scientific revolution that took place in the 16th and 17th centuries in Europe had its roots in the earlier world of medieval Islam. He travels across Iran, Syria and Egypt to discover the huge astronomical advances made by Islamic scholars through their obsession with accurate measurement and coherent and rigorous mathematics. He then visits Italy to see how those Islamic ideas permeated into the West and ultimately helped shape the works of the great European astronomer Copernicus, and investigates why science in the Islamic world appeared to go into decline after the 16th and 17th centuries, only for it to re-emerge in the present day. First shown on BBC4 19/01/2009 Professor Jim Al-Khalili presents Science and Islam
  • SCIENCE & ISLAM EP3 1of6 | The Power Of Doubt In the Final episode of the series Al-Khalili turns detective, hunting for clues that show how the scientific revolution that took place in the 16th and 17th centuries in Europe had its roots in the earlier world of medieval Islam. He travels across Iran, Syria and Egypt to discover the huge astronomical advances made by Islamic scholars through their obsession with accurate measurement and coherent and rigorous mathematics. He then visits Italy to see how those Islamic ideas permeated into the West and ultimately helped shape the works of the great European astronomer Copernicus, and investigates why science in the Islamic world appeared to go into decline after the 16th and 17th centuries, only for it to re-emerge in the present day. First shown on BBC4 19/01/2009 Professor Jim Al-Khalili presents Science and Islam
  • Kamenashi Kazuya - Kizuna (Lyrics+DL Link) Kamenashi Kazuya, one out of five members of the Japanese band KAT-TUN. Signing his solo. English Translation: No matter how much we consider the future No one can see the truth Something is blocking my blank mind It's just a mistake that I've been repeating It's okay for my steps to continue, these hands have separated Walking away from where you continue to live Until I become worn out I keep prolonging it That time, that place, it will never disappear - this bond In time that flows, I try not to lose anything Passing by, we collided - true emotion Permeated my heart, into warm desires The miracle I requested came about by chance Even when things couldn't stand still, amidst the pain I saw the light, because we were bound together It's okay if you lied, and it's okay to cry That time, that place, it will never disappear - this bond It's okay for my steps to continue, these hands have separated Walking away from where you continue to live Until I become worn out I keep prolonging it That time, that place, it will never disappear - this bond Download Link:
  • SCIENCE & ISLAM EP3 4of6 | The Power Of Doubtt In the Final episode of the series Al-Khalili turns detective, hunting for clues that show how the scientific revolution that took place in the 16th and 17th centuries in Europe had its roots in the earlier world of medieval Islam. He travels across Iran, Syria and Egypt to discover the huge astronomical advances made by Islamic scholars through their obsession with accurate measurement and coherent and rigorous mathematics. He then visits Italy to see how those Islamic ideas permeated into the West and ultimately helped shape the works of the great European astronomer Copernicus, and investigates why science in the Islamic world appeared to go into decline after the 16th and 17th centuries, only for it to re-emerge in the present day. First shown on BBC4 19/01/2009 Professor Jim Al-Khalili presents Science and Islam
  • 3. Science and Islam - The Power of Doubt_clip1.avi 3. The Power of Doubt: 3/3. How Islamic scientific ideas permeated into the West in the 16th and 17th centuries. Al-Khalili turns detective, hunting for clues that show how the scientific revolution that took place in the 16th and 17th centuries in Europe had its roots in the earlier world of medieval Islam. He travels across Iran, Syria and Egypt to discover the huge astronomical advances made by Islamic scholars through their obsession with accurate measurement and coherent and rigorous mathematics. He then visits Italy to see how those Islamic ideas permeated into the West and ultimately helped shape the works of the great European astronomer Copernicus, and investigates why science in the Islamic world appeared to go into decline after the 16th and 17th centuries, only for it to re-emerge in the present day. Al-Khalili ends his journey in the Royan Institute in the Iranian capital Tehran, looking at how science is now regarded in the Islamic world.
  • Ovation TV | Jackson Pollock This OVATION original documentary follows his life, beginning with his Depression-era days working for the WPA through the optimism and Cold War paranoia that laced the 1950s. Pollock's relationships with both Ernest Hemingway and Pablo Picasso are explored. Archival footage, including Hans Namuth's famous cinematic rendering of the artist at work, is coupled with archival photos of Pollock's time, when atom bombs stunned the world, Kerouac addressed the Beat Generation and jazz permeated the airwaves. OVATION TV, ART LIKE NEVER BEFORE. TV LIKE NOTHING ELSE
  • Hari Ram Chant A Divine breeze permeated the entire brahmand on the Sharat Poornima night of October, 1922, when Jagadguru Shree Kripaluji Maharaj appeared in Mangarh village (near Allahabad, India) in a most respectable brahman family. From the very first day he delighted the hearts of everyone around him with his sweet smile and serene look. Kripaluji Maharaj is lovingly called Maharajji by his devotees. While showering Braj ras all the time, Shree Maharajji has produced immense devotional literature and material: songs, kirtans, couplets etc. Shree Maharajji has also delivered thousands of enthralling discourses which reveal the authentic Divine knowledge of the path to God. His speeches are on TV daily in India as well as in the USA.
  • David Spero - Permeated by Divine Light Excerpt from an internet talk by Spiritual Master/Avatar David Spero.
  • Joy-Permeated Mother Picking up the thread of my course on "The Feminine in Hinduism", I present a book by a friend, the late Prof. Alexander Lipski, "The Life and Teaching of Sri Anandamayi Ma". Alex and I met in April 1960 at the memorial service of Dr. MW Lewis, Paramahansa Yogananda's first American disciple and personal friend. Note Yogananda's intention to "inculturate" both yoga and discipleship in American culture and relationships of friendship among equals. This is in perfect harmony with the Vedanta philosophical understanding that we are all the same, and that each individual person is the same at the beginning, during life, and at the endless end. For me, this enables us to see through the hierarchies of gurus into the one Spirit, or eternal Wisdom, she who is present to all (not all realize her presence) and leads all to the supernatural ultimate end of the universe. See Wisdom's playfulness in the Biblical book of Proverbs, chapter 8, verses 22 to 31.
  • World of Warcraft - Patch 2.4 - Fury of the Sunwell (HD) Sunwell Plateau For millennia the mystical pool of energy known as the Sunwell fueled the potent magic of the exiled high elves. The Sunwell's inexhaustible power permeated the elves and infused them with a constant supply of arcane energy. For generations the high elves protected and cherished the well, benefiting from its powers even when outside the borders of their homeland, Quel'Thalas. Although the elves sustained heavy losses in the Troll Wars and the Second War against the Horde, the Sunwell remained secure... until the coming of the Scourge. Without warning the death knight Arthas, a mighty servant of the Lich King, led his undead armies in a merciless attack upon the elven kingdom. Undeterred by the desperate struggles of the elven defenders, the Scourge marched on toward the Sunwell, slaughtering any who attempted to bar their path. The legendary king Anasterian Sunstrider faced off against Arthas in an attempt to slow the undead advance, but even his unyielding will and extraordinary powers proved insufficient against the merciless death knight. With the elven capital lying in ruin, Arthas marched triumphantly to the Sunwell and tossed the bones of the fallen necromancer Kel'Thuzad into the radiant beam of light. With this act the sacred well was instantly corrupted. Knowing he had sealed the fate of the high elves, Arthas departed with the newly resurrected Kel'Thuzad to carry on in service of the Lich King. Many of the Scourge, however, remained behind to ...
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  • 3. Science and Islam - The Power of Doubt_clip2.avi 3. The Power of Doubt: 3/3. How Islamic scientific ideas permeated into the West in the 16th and 17th centuries. Al-Khalili turns detective, hunting for clues that show how the scientific revolution that took place in the 16th and 17th centuries in Europe had its roots in the earlier world of medieval Islam. He travels across Iran, Syria and Egypt to discover the huge astronomical advances made by Islamic scholars through their obsession with accurate measurement and coherent and rigorous mathematics. He then visits Italy to see how those Islamic ideas permeated into the West and ultimately helped shape the works of the great European astronomer Copernicus, and investigates why science in the Islamic world appeared to go into decline after the 16th and 17th centuries, only for it to re-emerge in the present day. Al-Khalili ends his journey in the Royan Institute in the Iranian capital Tehran, looking at how science is now regarded in the Islamic world.
  • 'PERMEATED' - Advanced Spirituality with unASLEEP What permeates you, permeates me. What permeates here, permeates there. There truly is no separation. None is possible. I love each of you, and hope you enjoy this. Peace ~ unASLEEP Tech Note: To watch in high quality, add these characters- &fmt=18 to the end of the video address (or just click the Watch in High Quality button beneath the video if it is available.)
  • Leaked American Cables Reveal Extent of Turkey's "Ottoman Empire" Tendency Source: Leaked American diplomatic cables, published online by Wikileaks, have revealed the full extent of the danger of letting Turkey join the European Union and have described that nation's government as "permeated by Islamists" and having "neo-Ottoman [empire] visions." The Tory, Labour and Liberal Democrat parties are all fully committed to promoting Turkish membership of the EU and promote that country as a modern Western-aligned nation — but the leaked American documents reveal a completely different side to the Turkish government. The cables, written by US diplomats at various stations inside and outside Turkey, reveal that: - Turkey is undependable as a partner; - The country's leadership in Ankara is divided and permeated by Islamists; - Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu is portrayed as having little understanding of politics beyond Ankara and of having "neo-Ottoman" visions. - A high-ranking government adviser warned in discussions, quoted by the US diplomats, that Davutoglu would use his Islamist influence on Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan, describing him as "exceptionally dangerous." - According to one US document, another adviser to the ruling AK Party remarked that Turkey wanted "to take back Andalusia and avenge the defeat at the siege of Vienna in 1683." - The US diplomats wrote that many leading figures in the governing Justice and Development Party (AKP) were members of a Muslim fraternity and that Mr Erdogan had appointed ...
  • 911 Lies BBC5.tv presents 911 Lies, a comprehensive collage of the lies permeated by the neo-con fascists. Check out: BBC5.tv 911
  • It Falls Away | Susan Weber & Monet's Orbit This project has permeated my dreams, always a good sign. 'It Falls Away" is a track on my MONET'S ORBIT album. If you'd like more details about the music or video, please visit . Thanks for watching! Words and music ℗ © Susan Weber, BMI. All Rights Reserved. Sometimes there is a love you cannot know and though you hope and though you dream and though you weep and though you scream it lets you go. It falls away. Away beyond your touch beyond your need beyond the pale beyond the hunger in your seed. Its not for sale. Sometimes there is a love you cannot feel against your skin against your mind against your tongue it is the kind that is not real. It falls away. Away beyond your eyes beyond your lips beyond the fire beyond the holiest of sips. Its not for hire. Sometimes there is a love you cannot leave under the sun to fade away beside the debt you never pay over the railing on the stair. It falls away Away from any reason in the wind beyond the word beyond the page beyond the rhyme it is the wisdom of your age. Its not for time.
  • permeated (instrumental) 2011 from fl 9 ÿou can download music pack (beats and seqvence) here: ╔═╦╗╔╦╗╔═╦═╦╦╦╦╗╔═╗ ║╚╣║║║╚╣╚╣╔╣╔╣║╚╣═╣ ╠╗║╚╝║║╠╗║╚╣║║║║║═╣ ╚═╩══╩═╩═╩═╩╝╚╩═╩═╝ PLEASESUBSCRIBE!!!!!! more tags.. ;D Gameplay Trailer CoD5 Call of Duty GTA IV Grand thef auto Shawty Lo looks for TI (T-Lie) in Bankhead *** & *** Taboos! Playoff Preview: May 11th Coldplay - Viva La Vida punk Techno Trance - Overload (Club Mix) Mission: Metallica (Trailer) Mariah Carey - Bye Bye Prince When Doves Cry Mariah Carey - Bye Bye (OFFICIAL MTV VIDEO) Chris Brown - Last To Know (Full CDQ May 2008) WITH LYRICS Latina Girl Dancing - Vol. 228 KISS 2008 Oberhausen Rock Carrie Underwood Inducted as an Opry Member by Garth Brooks Thick Black ass in a bikini nice black ass shaking Re: ***X ***y Thick Black Dancer In G-String Re: Thick black freak bounces her booty Re: Perfect Brazilian Girl with Amazing Booty Re: Beautiful Brazilian Girls - Samba mixed with Hip Hop Re: *** A Soulja Boy Dance (Diss) Re: Soulja Boy emo style Re: Plies - Who Hotter Than Me Re: Plies - Bust It Baby Pt. 2 featuring Neyo Re: Plies "100 Years" Video Re: Jay-Z - Blue Magic (JR2 Remix) Re: ATL Hoodrat aka SOULJA GIRL goes crazy on the Marta! Re: Handcuffed At Prom for Skimpy Dress Re: NELLY- PARTY PEOPLE REMIX WITH FERGIE, D-PRYDE Re: Cali Iz Active Uncensored Snoop Dogg Re: An Acute Case of Static ***uality Re: Deron ...
  • Did Positive Thinking Wreck the Economy? - Barbara Ehrenreich Complete video at: fora.tv Journalist and author Barbara Ehrenreich criticizes the "delusional" positivity that she believes has permeated American culture. She suggests that so-called "negative" realists are persecuted for their attitudes, particularly in business. ----- Barbara Ehrenreich presents a sharp-witted knockdown of America's love affair with positive thinking and an urgent call for a new commitment to realism. Americans are a "positive" people -- cheerful, optimistic, and upbeat: this is our reputation as well as our self-image. But more than a temperament, being positive, we are told, is the key to success and prosperity. In this utterly original take on the American frame of mind, Barbara Ehrenreich traces the strange career of our sunny outlook from its origins as a marginal nine***th-century healing technique to its enshrinement as a dominant, almost mandatory, cultural attitude. Evangelical mega-churches preach the good news that you only have to want something to get it, because God wants to "prosper" you. The medical profession prescribes positive thinking for its presumed health benefits. Academia has made room for new departments of "positive psychology" and the "science of happiness." Nowhere, though, has bright-siding taken firmer root than within the business community, where, as Ehrenreich shows, the refusal even to consider negative outcomes -- like mortgage defaults -- contributed directly to the current economic crisis. - Commonwealth Club of ...
  • Krishna Das - Mere Gurudev - Anandamayi Ma Fall in love with the Hindu saint, Ananda Mayi Ma. Bliss-Permeated Mother. Music: "Mere Gurudev" by Krishna Das.
  • SCIENCE & ISLAM EP3 3of6 | The Power Of Doubt In the Final episode of the series Al-Khalili turns detective, hunting for clues that show how the scientific revolution that took place in the 16th and 17th centuries in Europe had its roots in the earlier world of medieval Islam. He travels across Iran, Syria and Egypt to discover the huge astronomical advances made by Islamic scholars through their obsession with accurate measurement and coherent and rigorous mathematics. He then visits Italy to see how those Islamic ideas permeated into the West and ultimately helped shape the works of the great European astronomer Copernicus, and investigates why science in the Islamic world appeared to go into decline after the 16th and 17th centuries, only for it to re-emerge in the present day. First shown on BBC4 19/01/2009 Professor Jim Al-Khalili presents Science and Islam
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  • Gojira - All The Tears [Official Video] Lyrics by the way... i've added subtitles (oh rly? ya rly) GOJIRA are now disclosing the band's brand new video 'All the tears'. It was directed and made by Spanish artist Jossie Malis. Drummer Mario Duplantier comments: "We first came accross Jossie 's work with his astounding animated films: Bend It to Machine (www. benditomachine. com) and we really liked the way he told stories in a very mysterious and unusual manner. His enigmatic animations deal with serious issues and are yet always permeated with a sense of poetry. We, as music writers, are trying to mix very different emotional atmospheres. We are happy to present a visual / audio work that gathers the sort of brutality of our music with the sensibility of his drawings." Tags Meshuggah Death and Led Zeppelin Best Bands Ever Progressive Groove Metal Spiritual Zen Annunakis nibiru Sirius
  • 3. Science and Islam - The Power of Doubt_clip4.avi 3. The Power of Doubt: 3/3. How Islamic scientific ideas permeated into the West in the 16th and 17th centuries. Al-Khalili turns detective, hunting for clues that show how the scientific revolution that took place in the 16th and 17th centuries in Europe had its roots in the earlier world of medieval Islam. He travels across Iran, Syria and Egypt to discover the huge astronomical advances made by Islamic scholars through their obsession with accurate measurement and coherent and rigorous mathematics. He then visits Italy to see how those Islamic ideas permeated into the West and ultimately helped shape the works of the great European astronomer Copernicus, and investigates why science in the Islamic world appeared to go into decline after the 16th and 17th centuries, only for it to re-emerge in the present day. Al-Khalili ends his journey in the Royan Institute in the Iranian capital Tehran, looking at how science is now regarded in the Islamic world.
  • BBC - Islam and Science 3: The Power of Doubt 4/6 - العلم في الاسلام Physicist Jim Al-Khalili tells the story of the great leap in scientific knowledge that took place in the Islamic world between the 8th and 14th centuries. Al-Khalili turns detective, hunting for clues that show how the scientific revolution that took place in the 16th and 17th centuries in Europe had its roots in the earlier world of medieval Islam. He travels across Iran, Syria and Egypt to discover the huge astronomical advances made by Islamic scholars through their obsession with accurate measurement and coherent and rigorous mathematics. He then visits Italy to see how those Islamic ideas permeated into the West and ultimately helped shape the works of the great European astronomer Copernicus, and investigates why science in the Islamic world appeared to go into decline after the 16th and 17th centuries, only for it to re-emerge in the present day. Al-Khalili ends his journey in the Royan Institute in the Iranian capital Tehran, looking at how science is now regarded in the Islamic world.
  • Darkness Permeated The Darkest Crime Arkangel cover (Instrumental) No vocals this time, I will upload a vocalled one within a week or so since I still cant find my microphone and I quite cant be arsed to search for it...
  • Snatam Kaur - Long Time Sun - Anandamayi Ma Irish blessing, "May the long time sun shine upon you..." Photos of Hindu saint, Ananda Mayi Ma (Bliss-permeated mother). Music by Snatum Kaur.
  • (Ext*reme) Mo*re than wo*rds - Sungha Jung / 1.25 Live at the Lounge Sungha played 'More than Wo*rds' arranged by Michael Chapdelain at the 'Live at the Lounge' in Hermosa Beach during his first US Tour. "More Than Words" is a ballad written and originally performed by the rock band Extreme. It is built around acoustic guitar work by Nuno Bettencourt and the vocals of Gary Cherone (with harmony vocals from Bettencourt). Released in 1990 on the album Extreme II ***ograffiti, the song marked a departure from the funk metal that had permeated the band's style previous to its release.
  • INFESTED - 1000 DOORS - 05 - Voices Genre(s): Brutal Death Metal Origin: Germany (Hamburg) Formed in: 2000 Current label: Permeated Records Status: Active Current line-up: Niklas - Vocals Simon - Guitar Pawel - Drums (Corporectomy) Jochen - Guitars, Bass (Gorezone) Full-length, permeated records April 30th, 2009 Tracklist: 1. 1000 Doors 2. Metaphysical Grotesqueries 3. Spineless 4. Knives 5. Voices 6. Withdrawal From Reality 7. Collapse 8. Second Smile 9. Trancendental Habitat 10. Avalokiteshvara 11. Sane Asylum
  • BBC - Islam and Science 3: The Power of Doubt 2/6 - العلم في الاسلام Physicist Jim Al-Khalili tells the story of the great leap in scientific knowledge that took place in the Islamic world between the 8th and 14th centuries. Al-Khalili turns detective, hunting for clues that show how the scientific revolution that took place in the 16th and 17th centuries in Europe had its roots in the earlier world of medieval Islam. He travels across Iran, Syria and Egypt to discover the huge astronomical advances made by Islamic scholars through their obsession with accurate measurement and coherent and rigorous mathematics. He then visits Italy to see how those Islamic ideas permeated into the West and ultimately helped shape the works of the great European astronomer Copernicus, and investigates why science in the Islamic world appeared to go into decline after the 16th and 17th centuries, only for it to re-emerge in the present day. Al-Khalili ends his journey in the Royan Institute in the Iranian capital Tehran, looking at how science is now regarded in the Islamic world.
  • The Hypnotist Individually, and collectively, we can raise the consciousness of the people of this planet, so that each of us will be viewed as members of the same family, who are here to claim their birthright of unconditional love and oneness. If we don't do it, who will? Relax. For is now time to cleanse your body of negative emotion of anger, fear, jealosy and hate. To accomplish this cleansing, the next breath that you take will increase the size of your body, actually expanding, from 3 to 6 inches, larger than it is right now. Expand your body out even further, maybe from 6 to 12 inches. Just let it expand in your mind and in your imagination. And now, to cleanse the body of negativity, experience that rising from the floor and moving out to this expanded consciousness of the body, is a viable transporting plane. And you can experience this finally getting to radiate, radiate, radiate out of the body. And wherever the plane moves, the negative emotions of anger, fear, jealosy and hate, are getting consumed and transfered, into the higher vibrations of love and unconditional acceptance. Higher in vibrations. Higher in vibrations. Higher, higher, radiate, radiate, radiate. Allow the plane to dive down. Place your awareness in your heart, and visualize it as a great cathedral, with bad high ceiling, high..., and long passage ways. Scroll along this halls, and see them permeated with the color pink, and I'll return to you in one moment's time. Next, move your consciousness to your ...
  • (Extreme) More Than Words - Sungha Jung A new video work for More Than Words from Sungha Jung's Debut album Perfect Blue, released 2010. Music by Extreme Arrangement by Michael Chapdelaine "More Than Words" is a ballad written and originally performed by the rock band Extreme. It is built around acoustic guitar work by Nuno Bettencourt and the vocals of Gary Cherone (with harmony vocals from Bettencourt). Released in 1990 on the album Extreme II: ***ograffiti, the song marked a departure from the funk metal that had permeated the band's style previous to its release.
  • Business Process Management BPM. Improve business processes. Business Process Management Software (BPMS) manages processes and the attributed information in a simple and intuitive way, allowing your employees to focus their time on process improvement and execution, rather than on managing the processes themselves. As your processes expand their level of complexity increases exponentially -- a powerful tool is needed in order to manage the growth and complexity of your process maps. By using a BPMS tool, your company gains the value of BPM without being burdened with the maintenance of process information. Instead the information is put at your fingertips. Interfacing Technologies offers an entire suite of Business Process Management Software (BPMS solutions that will allow you to permeated business processes throughout your entire organization. We offer a BPMS mapping plug-in for MS Visio, Charter. Charter lets your company to map its processes with the intuitive clarity required to push process design onto the workflow of your company. Our process simulator, Designer, allows you to conduct 'what if' scenario tests on your processes. Designer also integrates into Charter, allowing for effective change management. With Designer, you get the assurance that your process maps will perform to the highest standard. Both of these tools are interoperable with our fully fledged Business Process Management Software suite, the Enterprise Process Center (EPC). With the EPC, you are not only able to map and model your processes, along with all ...