Monthly Archives: November 2013

Pēc Maksimas

Par vainu un vājumu. Vainas atzīšana ir stipruma pazīme Laikraksts Latvietis Nr. 286, 2013. g. 28. nov. Sanita Upleja – Kādas gaisa pils un jumta dārza iebrukums Zolitūdē ir līdz pamatiem satricinājis visu Latviju, un sabrukuma radītie trieciena viļņi aizgājuši tālu pasaulē. Daudz kas Latvijā … Continue reading

Posted in Common, Happiness and Quality of Life | Leave a comment

Dažas domas par mūsu nākotni

Daudzi šodienas notikumi liek domāt. Otrā pasaules kara un padomju okupācijas laikā tika iznīcināti labākie, inteliģentākie Latvijas cilvēki, apspiesta latviešu valoda un kultūra, un izveidota utopiska un netaisnīga sociālisma sistēma. Kopš neatkarības daļējas atjaunošanas mēs esam spiesti noskatīties, kā veikli … Continue reading

Posted in Common, Understand and Manage Ourselves | Leave a comment

Unavoidable Answer for the Problem of Climate Change

The New York Times, November 19, 2013 Japan’s announcement last week that it would not meet its promise to sharply reduce its carbon emissions met a chorus of disapproval from around the world. Delegates at the international climate talks in Warsaw, which end … Continue reading

Posted in Are We doomed?, Common | Leave a comment

China and Russia are Acquiring Gold, Dumping US Dollars

By Prof Michel Chossudovsky, Global Research, November 11, 2012, Url of this article: http://www.globalresearch.ca/central-banks-are-acquiring-gold-dumping-us-dollars/22672 There is evidence that central banks in several regions of the World are building up their gold reserves. What is published are the official purchases. A large part … Continue reading

Posted in Common, Economics and Politics | Leave a comment

Afghanistan, Ecology and the End of War

By Dana Visalli, Global Research, March 14, 2013, Url of this article: http://www.globalresearch.ca/afghanistan-ecology-and-the-end-of-war/5326749 The United States has spent over $600 billion dollars on its Afghan war effort1, but most of the money has gone to military infrastructure and sophisticated weaponry; little of … Continue reading

Posted in Common, Economics and Politics | Leave a comment

“The True Story of the Bilderberg Group” and What They May Be Planning Now

For over 14 years, Daniel Estulin has investigated and researched the Bilderberg Group’s far-reaching influence on business and finance, global politics, war and peace, and control of the world’s resources and its money. His book, “The True Story of the … Continue reading

Posted in Common, Human Evolution, Inequality and Social Justice | Leave a comment

Safer Nuclear Power, at Half the Price

Transatomic is developing a new kind of molten-salt reactor designed to overcome the major barriers to nuclear power. Transatomic Power, an MIT spinoff, is developing a nuclear reactor that it estimates will cut the overall cost of a nuclear power … Continue reading

Posted in Common, Economics | Leave a comment

In Russia, Testicle Protest Takes on Oligarchy, State Repression

Pinning his scrotum to the ground in Red Square, a political artist makes global headlines – Jon Queally, staff writer Police approach artist Pyotr Pavlensky as he protests in Red Square in Moscow. (Photograph: Russia/Reuters Петр Павленский, петербургский художник Акцию … Continue reading

Posted in Common, Contemporary Society Problems | Leave a comment

Climate Plague

UXBRIDGE, Canada, Oct 10 2013 (IPS)- A climate plague affecting every living thing will likely start in 2020 in southern Indonesia, scientists warned Wednesday in the journal Nature. A few years later the plague will have spread throughout the world’s tropical regions.  By mid-century no … Continue reading

Posted in Are We doomed?, Common | Leave a comment

Zeit zum Leben und Zeit zum sterben

Der 23jährige Landser Ernst Graeber erlebt an der Ostfront im Zweiten Weltkrieg, nach der Niederlage der deutschen 6. Armee in Stalingrad, verheerende Verluste und fluchtartige Rückzüge. Er erhält unerwartet Urlaub und fährt in seine Heimatstadt Werden, die durch Bombenangriffe der … Continue reading

Posted in Are We doomed?, Common, Contemporary Society Problems | Leave a comment

Unsere Mütter, unsere Väter. Наши матери, наши отцы. Часть 2

Июнь 41-го года. Пятеро друзей встречаются в маленьком берлинском кафе,чтобы проводить троих из них на Восточный фронт. Они молоды,они считают,что весь мир лежит перед ними,надо только его завоевать. А дальше начинается ад. Ад Русской зимы 41-го года и ад Курской … Continue reading

Posted in Common, Contemporary Society Problems, Human Evolution | Leave a comment

“Off the Charts”: Deadliest Storm in History Kills 1200, Displaces Millions in Philippines

ABC News reports on Super-Typhoon Haiyan, which is now estimated to have killed at least 1200 in the Philippines, and which forced millions from their homes, with winds of 195 miles per hour and gusts of over 200 miles per … Continue reading

Posted in Are We doomed?, Common | Leave a comment

Record High Warming Gases in Atmosphere: Earth Losing Race Against Time

Lauren McCauley writes at Commondreams.org The amount of heat-trapping greenhouse gases in our atmosphere reached a record high in 2012, according to the World Meteorological Organization (WMO), continuing an upward and accelerating trend which, according to report authors, spells “devastating … Continue reading

Posted in Are We doomed?, Common | Leave a comment

Rooted in experience: The sensory world of plants

HAVE you ever wondered what the grass under your feet feels, what an apple tree smells, or a marigold sees? Plants stimulate our senses constantly, but most of us never consider them as sensory beings too. In fact senses are … Continue reading

Posted in Common, Scientific Publications, Abstracts & URL's | Leave a comment

Atmiņas par karu

http://www.e-reading.biz/book.php?book=100856 Nikolajs Ņikuļins, mūsu dienās reti sastopama vienkāršība un patiesīgums. Tik pat īsti un patiesi kā Remarks. книгу однозначно в список “обязательно к прочтению”. Kому интересно прочтите еще «Прокляты и убиты», роман в двух книгах Астафьева В.П., первая книга об “обучении” … Continue reading

Posted in Common, Understand and Manage Ourselves, Values and Sense of Life | Leave a comment

Billions of Worlds

by Sean Carroll I’m old enough to remember when we had nine planets in the Solar System, and zero outside. The news since then has been mixed. Here in our neighborhood we’re down to only eight planets; but in the wider … Continue reading

Posted in Common | Leave a comment

India’s Mars Orbiter Mission launches successfully

Today at 2:38 PM IST, India made its bid to join the elite rank of interplanetary space-faring nations with the successful launch of its unmanned Mars Orbiter Mission (MOM) from the First Launch Pad at the Indian Space Research Organisation’s (IRSO) Satish … Continue reading

Posted in Common, Cosmology | Leave a comment

Has It Become Too Easy To Kill?

Dear delphine, Last month, on national TV, I said that “I am very disturbed by this idea that whenever we see something bad in the world, we should bomb it.” Yesterday I felt even more disturbed, when I met some … Continue reading

Posted in Are We doomed?, Common, Human Evolution | Leave a comment

Mākslas darbs

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r_2wey-YuRg http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=04-wjfnSXVc

Posted in Common, Happiness and Quality of Life | Leave a comment

Our life

Image | Posted on by | Leave a comment

THORIUM NUCLEAR POWER: CLIMATE CHANGE KILLER FOR THE 21ST CENTURY?

As our planet warms and nations create expensive, short-sighted plans to “adapt” to catastrophic changes, why not eliminate one of the largest sources of CO2-caused Climate Change? Why not replace carbon-fueled and uranium power plants with Thorium Nuclear Power: Climate … Continue reading

Posted in Are We doomed?, Common, Understand and Manage Ourselves | 2 Comments

Stop Enthusing About Habitable Planets, Stop Destroying this One

The issue of habitable planets, earth’s own disastrous climate change, and Virginia politics don’t intersect every day. But today they do, and that does not reflect well on the human species or its prospects. Bear with me. NASA’s now-idle Kepler … Continue reading

Posted in Are We doomed?, Common | Leave a comment