GNOSSIENNE No. 1 on GUITAR! (Erik Satie)

Hello! Today I want to share with you my recording of “Gnossienne No. 1” by Erik Satie.


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Menopause Rhapsody – Bohemian Rhapsody Parody Song for every Queen

Bohemian Rhapsody by Queen in a parody song about Menopause – women will relate to the struggle!

A rhapsody is an epic, episodic, highly emotional work. To be Bohemian is to be socially unconventional. Isn’t that combination the perfect description for a woman frustrated by menopause?

For Queen fans, especially you older queens facing or who have already been through menopause, this parody song is for you!

I am a grumpy hot potato, yes I am!

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The Unexpected Measure that Makes the Modern World Tick


All of modern society relies upon a seemingly simple but surprisingly complex unit of measurement: the second. But knowing exactly what a “second” is is more complicated than you might think!


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Traditional Japanese Time Was Very Different

How the Japanese kept time back then.

0:00 Traditional Japanese time
3:35 Western time system: GARBAGE??
4:34 How do you READ these things?
6:27 End of Japanese Time


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What Role Does our Microbiome Play in a Healthy Diet? – with Tim Spector

There’s a lot of conflicting info out there about how to eat healthily. Tim Spector studies the microbiome to gain insight into how its diversity can impact health outcomes.
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The microbiome is the community of 100 trillion microbes that live in our colon that are like a virtual organ. This organ is key to our digestion, appetite, mood, metabolism, and control of our immune system. It is also key to how we respond to immunotherapy and chemotherapy. The TwinsUK cohort of 12,000+ twins has been running for nearly 25 years and is now the most intensively studied group of humans on the planet ( Having deep sequence, metabolites, epigenetics, immune traits and dietary and health data, in 2012 a stool collection for 16S microbiome, metagenomes and metabolomics was added. They are currently using the microbiome data and cohort to provide novel measures of health, such as the level of microbial diversity and a new measure – the microbial health index and how this impacts overall health outcomes. Tim Spector’s team’s twin work has also enabled them to gain insights into the microbiome and immune interactions of the upper colon and small intestine via colonoscopy and interventions. Every medical professional needs to know about maintaining a healthy microbiome from birth to death.

Tim Spector is a Professor of Genetic Epidemiology and Director of the TwinsUK Registry at Kings College, London and has recently been elected to the prestigious Fellowship of the Academy of Medical Sciences.

This talk was filmed in the Ri on 15 October 2018.


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Nuclear Waste: What Do We Do With It?


How much nuclear waste is there, how dangerous is it, what can we do with it? Today we look into nuclear waste disposal and nuclear waste recycling.

The website that lets you calculate the radiation dose from uranium is here:

Numbers about the amount of nuclear waste are from here:…

The recent study about nuclear waste from small modular reactors is here:…

More info about the final nuclear waste deposit site from Posiva Oy in Finland is here:…

The 1984 study about how to build a final deposit site is here:…

The 1993 Report from Sandia Lab is here:

More about the recycling in La Hague here:

The report with the comparison of different nuclear fuel cycles is this:…

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00:00 Intro
01:26 How Much Waste and What Type?
07:26 What Happens to Nuclear Waste?
10:38 Nuclear Waste Storage
16:05 Nuclear Waste Recycling
20:29 Summary

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They can’t survive in the wild..

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An Indigenous Perspective on Humanity’s Survival on Earth | Jupta Itoewaki | TED

Eighty percent of the world’s biodiversity is within Indigenous territories, yet these communities often don’t have a say when it comes to protecting the lands they inhabit. Environmental activist Jupta Itoewaki explains why Indigenous peoples are best positioned to lead the world’s efforts to preserve nature and maintain a habitable planet — and reminds us of their outsized importance in charting a sustainable future.[…]

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Awesome Vanilla Farming Technique – Vanilla Fruit Harvesting and Process – Vanilla Ice Cream

How to cultivation Vanilla,one of most expensive spice.Vanilla Ice cream making process

Indian Vanilla Initiative – Goodness Vanilla

Yore Vanilla



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Metal Sculptor Shota Suzuki Crafts Exquisitely Detailed Blooms That Express the Passing of Time | Colossal


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Rendered in painstaking detail, Shota Suzuki’s detailed sculptures are inspired by the flora around his home and studio in Kyoto.

Tender stems bear lush blooms and windswept leaves gather around new growth in artist Shota Suzuki’s delicate metal sculptures. Rendered in painstaking detail, the forms are inspired by flora around his home and studio in Kyoto, such as Japanese maple trees and dandelions that have gone to seed. “Recently, I have been adding rain and wind to my work,” he tells Colossal, sharing that he’s inspired by the way nature demonstrates the passing of time. He adds silvery water droplets to ginkgo leaves, ruffles the petals of flowers, or portrays a branch of cherry blossoms as if it has blown from a tree.

An early interest in jewelry led Suzuki to study metalworking, and the exquisite detail of florals and foliage suited his ability to work on a small scale. A wide range of patinas create a life-like appearance, achieved by combining an array of chemicals that produce specific hues and textures, including traditional Japanese copper coloration methods such as niiro. “I don’t want to create works in which time stands still,” he says. “I want to express a moment in time.”[…]

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