Thursday, 28 July 2016

Aioaska - Power Of Ayahuasca

Orkidea - Unity (Original Mix)

Orkidea - Unity (Original Mix)

Solar Sector to Get $1 Trillion Power-Up From World Bank

Solar Sector to Get $1 Trillion Power-Up From World Bank


Solar Sector to Get $1 Trillion Power-Up From World Bank

Word Bank president Jim Yong Kim visits a skills centre in India. Photo: @JimYongKim / Twitter
Word Bank president Jim Yong Kim visits a skills centre in India. Photo: @JimYongKim / Twitter
The World Bank wants to mobilise $1 trillion in investments to increase solar energy use around the world.
In collaboration with the International Solar Alliance (ISA), the World Bank says it wants to raise the substantial amount by 2030.
As part of an agreement signed last week (30 June), the World Bank will give the solar alliance access to its global development network and its “knowledge and financing capacity.” The India-headquartered ISA was established at last year’s climate change summit in Paris and is made up of 121 countries.

Delerium Silence - Tiesto feat. Sarah McLachlan

Our report found that 75% of press coverage misrepresents Jeremy Corbyn – we can't ignore media bias anymore | Voices | The Independent a very #british #coup in progress Establishment media attack dog Savages facts on #corbyn

Our report found that 75% of press coverage misrepresents Jeremy Corbyn – we can't ignore media bias anymore | Voices | The Independent

Our report found that 75% of press coverage misrepresents Jeremy Corbyn – we can't ignore media bias anymore

We all want and need a strong and a critical media, but maybe we do not need an attack dog that kills off anyone who challenges the status quo
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In many democracies across the world new political leaders get a so-called honeymoon period. As our analysis of the journalistic representation of Jeremy Corbyn’s first two months as party leader in eight national newspapers demonstrates, this did not apply to Corbyn. Our rigorous and statistically representative analysis concluded that when it comes to the coverage of Corbyn in his role as leader of the opposition, the majority of the press did not act as a critical watchdog of the powers that be, but rather more often as an antagonistic attackdog. 
Over half of the news articles were critical or antagonistic in tone, compared to two thirds of all editorials and opinion pieces. Besides the almost total lack of support in the latter, especially in the rightwing media, the high level of negativity in the news reporting struck us as noteworthy here. According to the Independent Press Standards Organization (IPSO), newspapers are obliged to ‘make a clear distinction between comment, conjecture and fact’ and this also did not apply to Corbyn. Furthermore, Corbyn’s voice is often absent in the reporting on him, and when it is present it is often presented in a highly distorted way. In terms of the news sources used in the articles, the civil war within Labour is very enthusiastically amplified. In most newspapers, including The Daily Mirror and The Independent, Labour voices that are anti-Corbyn outweigh those that are pro-Corbyn.

Hillary Clinton Made History Last Night, But You Wouldn’t Know It From These Front Pages | Alternet

Hillary Clinton Made History Last Night, But You Wouldn’t Know It From These Front Pages | Alternate

ELECTION 2016 

Hillary Clinton Made History Last Night, But You Wouldn’t Know It From These Front Pages

Sexism is alive and well in 2016.
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Hillary Clinton made history last night, putting “the biggest crack in that glass ceiling yet” by becoming the first woman nominee of a major political party in the United States. But if you check out the front pages of some of our nation’s most prestigious daily newspapers, you may come to the conclusion that it’s 1992 all over again, and that it was Bill—not Hillary—who made history.
Announcing the historic moment on their front pages, the Chicago Tribune, the Washington Post, the Houston Chronicle, the San Francisco Chronicle, and the Wall Street Journal were among the (many) papers that featured above-the-fold images of husband Bill Clinton waving to the Democratic National Convention after he delivered an elegant and lengthy address that reframed the narrative of one of the most prominent power couples in U.S. political history. 

Cherokee Nation Chief Schools Trump: Calling Elizabeth Warren Pocahontas Is a Racist Put-Down @alternet

Cherokee Nation Chief Schools Trump: Calling Elizabeth Warren 'Pocahontas' Is a Racist Put-Down @alternet: Trump's lack of respect for the people of America seems to know no bounds.

Alongside straight up lies, another tried and tested Trump tactic this election season has been his constant bullying. Most of the time these attacks have seen Trump pulling the oldest trick in the book: name-calling.
The fact that Trump’s puerile insults have been working in his favor says a lot about either mob mentality, or the sorry state of American education. It’s as if America has become a giant playground and Trump supporters have gathered behind the angry bully. (Unfortunately in this instance the bully might soon be in charge of the whole damn school.)

Tuesday, 26 July 2016

trance & hardtrance old-school mix 1996-1997

Pallet Funiture Garden Set

Digital Economy Bill: new offences for the disclosure of information and the risk to journalists – #press #freedom #speech #democracy

Digital Economy Bill: new offences for the disclosure of information and the risk to journalists – Dan Tench | Inforrm's Blog

Digital Economy Bill: new offences for the disclosure of information and the risk to journalists – Dan Tench

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commons_floor-460In the recent weeks of political furore, readers may have missed the publication on 5 July of the Digital Economy Bill.  The Bill contains a ragbag of provisions from controlling access to online pornography to regulation of the BBC.
However, it is Part 5 entitled “Digital Government”which is perhaps most striking for media lawyers since it contains a number of real curiosities including potentially a number of new criminal offences which could apply to journalists publishing leaked material.

Media Lens - The Great Iraq War Fraud #olsx #occupy #antiwat #peace

Media Lens - The Great Iraq War Fraud

The Great Iraq War Fraud

Last week, seven years after the Iraq Inquiry was set up, Sir John Chilcot finally delivered his long-awaited report. Although it stopped short of declaring the Iraq war illegal, and although it failed to examine the real motives for war, the report was not quite the whitewash that had been feared by peace campaigners.
Lindsey German, convenor of the Stop the War Coalition, gave a succinct summary of the Chilcot report, listing four of the main findings (each followed by our own comment):
1. There was no imminent threat to Britain from Saddam Hussein, so war in March 2003 was unnecessary.
In reality: utterly devastated by war, bombing and 12 years of sanctions, Iraq posed no threat whatsoever towards Britain or the US. The idea that there was any kind of threat from this broken, impoverished country was simply a lie; a propaganda fabrication by warmongering cynics and corporate hangers-on eager for a piece of the pie.

2. The existence of weapons of mass destruction in Iraq was presented with a certainty that was not justified. It was never 'beyond doubt' that the weapons existed. None have been found in the subsequent 13 years.

Monday, 25 July 2016

Female Uplifting Vocal Trance / Part I

Jackrabbot: Why this robot is watching how you move - BBC News

Jackrabbot: Why this robot is watching how you move - BBC News

Jackrabbot: Why this robot is watching how you move

25 July 2016 Last updated at 00:47 BST 
A robot which is learning how to be socially aware and move through pedestrian environments by observing behaviour is being developed by Stanford University.
Unlike self-driving cars which follow well-defined rules, crowds of people have unwritten rules, interacting with each other based on social convention and etiquette, some of which they might not be aware of, explained Stanford University's Alexandre Alahi.

Thursday, 21 July 2016

Inside the world's largest 3D printing factory

V.A. - Trojan Roots Reggae Box Set // CD 1/3

James Brown People,get up and drive your funky soul

Darker Than Blue - Ghetto Funk

The Lost band at Buzz Hive Fundraiser #music #respace #hivedalston

The end of capitalism has begun | Books | The Guardian #olsx #occupy

The end of capitalism has begun | Books | The Guardian

The red flags and marching songs of Syriza during the Greek crisis, plus the expectation that the banks would be nationalised, revived briefly a 20th-century dream: the forced destruction of the market from above. For much of the 20th century this was how the left conceived the first stage of an economy beyond capitalism. The force would be applied by the working class, either at the ballot box or on the barricades. The lever would be the state. The opportunity would come through frequent episodes of economic collapse.
Instead over the past 25 years it has been the left’s project that has collapsed. The market destroyed the plan; individualism replaced collectivism and solidarity; the hugely expanded workforce of the world looks like a “proletariat”, but no longer thinks or behaves as it once did.
If you lived through all this, and disliked capitalism, it was traumatic. But in the process technology has created a new route out, which the remnants of the old left – and all other forces influenced by it – have either to embrace or die. Capitalism, it turns out, will not be abolished by forced-march techniques. It will be abolished by creating something more dynamic that exists, at first, almost unseen within the old system, but which will break through, reshaping the economy around new values and behaviours. I call this postcapitalism.

Widespread Protests Set to Call on World Governments to Ban Fossil Fuels #olsx #fossilfuels #reclaimthepower

Widespread Protests Set to Call on World Governments to Ban Fossil Fuels

An effort is underway led by a grassroots movement called Break Free demanding that international leaders take more radical steps to combat the threat of global climate change.

​An organization called Break Free will host six large-scale demonstrations throughout the United States on Saturday and Sunday, calling for a halt to all new fossil fuel projects and a phase-out of all existing uses of fossil fuels, in an effort to contain the potential for global devastation due to climate change.
The group is organizing protests during a two-week global wave of action, targeting dozens of high-profile fossil fuel infrastructure projects and calling on world governments to leave fossil fuels in the ground.

Tuesday, 19 July 2016

Passing Clouds is delighted to announce a Congo Natty Takeover on Friday 22nd July! At this event, in celebration of our Ten Year Anniversary, we welcome the Congo Natty family for an epic 3 hour performance, in tribute to the late & great Tenor Fly.

Passing Clouds is delighted to announce a Congo Natty Takeover on Friday 22nd July! At this event, in celebration of our Ten Year Anniversary, we welcome the Congo Natty family for an epic 3 hour performance, in tribute to the late & great Tenor Fly

https://www.facebook.com/events/1743300749292593/

Congo Natty aka Rebel MC - The Official Page

Congo Natty aka Rebel MC has a career dating back to his early hit with Double Trouble, "Street Tuff," but is probably most respected as one of the pioneers of Jungle - perhaps the first uniquely UK-born bass music. A trip to his spiritual homeland of Ethiopia in 2007 changed Rebel’s life forever. He returned re-invigorated and determined to make an impact on the world he had left behind. Now, Rebel is back; determined to champion the cause of the UK’s emerging talent through his Congo Natty and other labels, and the launch of a new music production company, called Trinity.

Latest record Jungle Revolution features the whole of the extended Congo Natty family and was mixed with Adrian Sherwood. Clearly showing this Rasta's belief that Jungle is a re-boot of roots reggae for a new century, Jungle Revolution is full of blood and fire, the sternum-buzz of sub-bass, rapid fire drum breaks, sweet hooks, righteous anger and professions of religious fervour. Bringing you the kind of passionate, committed, raw and spiritual, beautiful music that doesn’t come along every day.

This show will feature -

Lady Chann
KLASHNEKOFF
Congo Dubz
Kaya Fiyah
Nanci Ninja
Virgo Don

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Guc3xSj7wQs

DJs:

Shema Yuri:

Only the finest dub, reggae and roots from the Empress Shema! Shema began playing music in Tokyo in 1998, and was a pioneer DJ of UK roots in Japan. She is also a producer and is starting her own record label -

https://soundcloud.com/empress-shema

Top Rankin' DJ Takeover:

Top Rankin' is a brand new club night in East London, hand selecting the best DJ's & MC's in a night celebrating UK club & sound system culture, right back to its roots.

https://www.mixcloud.com/toprankinldn/

The Wölfman:

Reggae, roots & dancehall from this longtime Congo Natty collaborator.

http://tinyurl.com/jyvnkun

DJ Planetman:

Legendary band leader of Planetman & The Internationalz and the man behind Little Blue Ball is here to treat you to an extra special set spanning reggae, jungle and D&B!

http://www.planetman.net/

£7 before 9pm, £12 after

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The Occupier Film about the Occupy movement at St Pauls Tonight 7pm @hivedalston #olsx #occupy #film #respace

Come and join us for a screening of The Occupiers @ THE HIVE in Dalston, which is followed by discussion and assembly where we will think about: What The F**k Do We Do Now?!

It's a free event, but donations are always welcome (donations will go to THE HIVE)!

Stick around, have a beer (or many), enjoy good music and bring your mates!


About the film: When the British government responds to threat of financial ruin by making the poor pay for the mistakes of the rich, a group of protestors takes up residence outside St Paul’s Cathedral in October 2011 to demand economic justice. This is their story.

Article by Chloë Ruthven for Open Democracy: https://www.opendemocracy.net/opencitydocs/chloe-ruthven/what-occupiers-knew

Film Review by William Eichler for Open Democracy: https://www.opendemocracy.net/opencitydocs/william-eichler/barbarians-at-gate