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          Roger Stone to judge: Let my lawyers see full Mueller report      Comment   Translate Page      
President Trump's longtime confidant, Roger Stone, asked a federal judge Friday to compel the Justice Department to turn over a full copy of Special Counsel Robert Mueller's report on the Russia investigation as part of discovery in his criminal case.
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          Expert reconstructs face of Neolithic dog after tomb discovery      Comment   Translate Page      
The remains of the animal were discovered in Orkney and are more than 4,000 years old.
          Comment on Review: ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Comes Together For “Such Sweet Sorrow” by Thorny      Comment   Translate Page      
"It may be very likely it will be used in the Picard series." This set is in Toronto with the rest of Discovery's sets. Picard will be filmed in California.
          Comment on How The USS Enterprise Bridge Was Brought To Life For ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ by Trek fan      Comment   Translate Page      
I'm just a guy. Perhaps I was lazy articulating my thoughts. How about characters most long time Trek fan's dislike? Or perhaps even more accurately, every trek fan I know personally which is an admittedly small sample yet nevertheless very passionate group? I am fairly certain the dislike extends beyond that though based on rotten tomato rankings and countless other online reviews.
          Comment on Review: ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Comes Together For “Such Sweet Sorrow” by Commander K      Comment   Translate Page      
Would you consider listing the plot holes in every other star trek episode , because they all had them, especially the original series
          Comment on How The USS Enterprise Bridge Was Brought To Life For ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ by Cmd.Bremmon      Comment   Translate Page      
Me too!!! Bring on Pike, Number One, Spock.. and apparently even Colt!!
          Comment on ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Showrunners Promise “Bananas” 2-Part Season Finale That Answers Canon Questions by favian rodriguez      Comment   Translate Page      
probably Tyler gonna die next week
          Comment on How The USS Enterprise Bridge Was Brought To Life For ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ by Rick      Comment   Translate Page      
They did an amazing job creating a “new” TOS Enterprise. When I watched Part 1 on Thursday I was awestruck looking at that bridge. I too, hope to see an episodic Pike/Enterprise Series come to fruition.
          Comment on Review: ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Comes Together For “Such Sweet Sorrow” by Alan      Comment   Translate Page      
I feel like we could have seen more goodbyes too. Did we get to see the goodbye speeches of everyone who decided at the last minute to go with Michael? Cmon writers. This is what Star Trek is all about. Epic cliche ridden speeches filled with tears.
          Comment on Review: ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Comes Together For “Such Sweet Sorrow” by Alan      Comment   Translate Page      
And then suddenly when the enterprise comes in they can’t contact anyone anymore. Got it.
          Comment on How The USS Enterprise Bridge Was Brought To Life For ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ by Mike F      Comment   Translate Page      
Why is it that all the bridges that I've seen from Discovery remind me more of a set from Tron than from Star Trek? Even with the Enterprise, take out the handful of TOS elements they threw in, and it's all black with blue and red neon outlines. Nothing like anything else we've ever seen in any incarnation if Star Trek. And I hate that it's an actual window that spans the entire width of the bridge rather than a more centrally focused view screen. Doesn't fit in cannon at all.
          Comment on How The USS Enterprise Bridge Was Brought To Life For ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ by Michael Hall      Comment   Translate Page      
Yes, though with the exception of the single offset turbo lift that bridge was actually closer to the original than this one. But of course this bridge design also had to tie-in to the established DSC aesthetic, which it does quite nicely.
          Comment on Review: ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Comes Together For “Such Sweet Sorrow” by MysticalDigtial      Comment   Translate Page      
Cause then Discovery would just warp away or something.
          Comment on Analysis: “Such Sweet Sorrow, Part 2” Promo Reveals Epic ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Season Finale by NCC Lincon 1785      Comment   Translate Page      
Nah. Superior life forms always conquer inferior ones. It’s ingrain in biology
          Comment on How The USS Enterprise Bridge Was Brought To Life For ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ by MysticalDigtial      Comment   Translate Page      
"Ok- we know the Legal department will not allow them to make classic Trek uniforms, but it’s NO reason for these corny “zip-up excercise-coverall fashions.”" This is flat out false.
          Comment on Analysis: “Such Sweet Sorrow, Part 2” Promo Reveals Epic ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Season Finale by NCC Lincon 1785      Comment   Translate Page      
I also see Discover untethering from MB in the wormhole causing to land somewhere in 24th century right with Picard
          Comment on Analysis: “Such Sweet Sorrow, Part 2” Promo Reveals Epic ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Season Finale by NCC Lincon 1785      Comment   Translate Page      
She’s leaving the ship to save MB
          Comment on Analysis: “Such Sweet Sorrow, Part 2” Promo Reveals Epic ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Season Finale by NCC Lincon 1785      Comment   Translate Page      
Orville was pretty good on the politics of federation or union and its downfalls. Very interesting
          Comment on Analysis: “Such Sweet Sorrow, Part 2” Promo Reveals Epic ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Season Finale by NCC Lincon 1785      Comment   Translate Page      
Well they do have a slip-drive buy the end of discovery and a possible spore drive in the future that fix viral infestation of its use. Plus Borg might be our allies and the possible trans universal drive where you can go to other galaxies
          Comment on Analysis: “Such Sweet Sorrow, Part 2” Promo Reveals Epic ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Season Finale by The River Temarc      Comment   Translate Page      
He nailed it? With his bigioted "Advance Progressivism and Social Justice" (nice use of Capitalized Words, right up there with Dave Barry). Just how did the show do that? By daring to show a black female officer? And then there's the whining about "Gay Is Great." How about "More Bigotry from Chris Ford is great"? What he's doing is not OK, and I'm calling him out on it.
          Comment on Analysis: “Such Sweet Sorrow, Part 2” Promo Reveals Epic ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Season Finale by Van Banoovong      Comment   Translate Page      
This reminds me of Star Trek Online when one plays a Discovery-era officer who is jumping to the future, like the 25th Century to be Temporal Agent.
          Comment on How The USS Enterprise Bridge Was Brought To Life For ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ by Van Banoovong      Comment   Translate Page      
Love the new interpretation of the Enterrprise bridge. With Captain Pike, Spock, Number One, and the Enterprise along with its interiors, we just have to imagine what a Pike spin-off would be like.
          Comment on Review: ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Comes Together For “Such Sweet Sorrow” by SpiderBat      Comment   Translate Page      
Thank you for summarizing nearly everything wrong with this episode. I’m watching it thinking “Are people buying this? Does this make ANY sense? Am I crazy??” Add to that the ridiculous notion that if ControlDisco won’t let itself be blown to bits, why not just pull a HAL and lock out everyone who just left the ship and warp away? Or just fry all the control panels so they couldn’t attempt their cockamamie time jump? Bad writing that just assumes if they talk fast enough, and throw enough garbage at you, people won’t notice the plot holes. SO frustrating to watch as a one-time, hopefully-still-someday, fan of the show.
          Comment on How The USS Enterprise Bridge Was Brought To Life For ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ by nasty man      Comment   Translate Page      
sounds to me like JC and JJ should stop kicking each other in the balls...
          Comment on How The USS Enterprise Bridge Was Brought To Life For ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ by Mark salameh      Comment   Translate Page      
I love Star Trek. Can’t wait to be able to watch this new take
          Comment on How The USS Enterprise Bridge Was Brought To Life For ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ by J_Randomuser      Comment   Translate Page      
PLOT TWIST: The Picard series is set on an old Constitution class starship! #whatatwist
          Comment on How The USS Enterprise Bridge Was Brought To Life For ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ by somethoughts      Comment   Translate Page      
I loved how they updated the bridge, I wish they did that for the kelvin films
          Comment on How The USS Enterprise Bridge Was Brought To Life For ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ by Mattrdesign      Comment   Translate Page      
As a graphic designer I loved the insight into the color research, since I know the effort that goes into color accuracy.
          Comment on Review: ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Comes Together For “Such Sweet Sorrow” by simon      Comment   Translate Page      
Best thing so far is spock ,saru ,and of course Pike and the enterpise...BUT as for the writing...hilarious at least ,in every episode in the 2 seasons Michael always cries...come on this is lazy writing stuff...half the crew we dont know nothing about and actually i dont care cause they are hollow...and the story arc full of holes with a path to take the franchise away at least 70 % from the Legal issue with paramount and cbs...
          Comment on How The USS Enterprise Bridge Was Brought To Life For ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ by HubcapDave      Comment   Translate Page      
Because those who praise it don't see it as an abomination?
          Comment on How The USS Enterprise Bridge Was Brought To Life For ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ by Michael Hall      Comment   Translate Page      
I tend to agree, though I could argue it either way.
          Comment on How The USS Enterprise Bridge Was Brought To Life For ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ by HubcapDave      Comment   Translate Page      
^^^^This
          Comment on How The USS Enterprise Bridge Was Brought To Life For ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ by Michael Hall      Comment   Translate Page      
I still like the idea that the lift travels a short distance to the left, then down, to justify the bridge facing forward. In fact that has to be the case in this situation, given the “window” on the exterior CG model. I remember when Trek Remastered was being discussed on these forums, and there was one guy who couldn’t get over that they didn’t show the offset in that really cool shot establishing Pike’s bridge.
          Comment on How The USS Enterprise Bridge Was Brought To Life For ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ by HubcapDave      Comment   Translate Page      
That is a better statement.
          Comment on How The USS Enterprise Bridge Was Brought To Life For ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ by Trellium G      Comment   Translate Page      
It reminds me of the bridge of the Enterprise-A in ST: TUC. Love it! But at the same time, it is kind of cruel to put so much effort in creating the Enterprise bridge and not giving us a Pike series.
          Comment on How The USS Enterprise Bridge Was Brought To Life For ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ by Trek fan      Comment   Translate Page      
Right. It isn't star wars. I like star wars and space operas in general but that isn't really what trek is about. trek had us reflect on our human qualities while pondering various possible futures. Religion, politics, science, diplomacy, and ethics were dealt with fairly regularly during various challenges faced and interactions with the wider universe. I hope they can get back to including these characteristics. There have been hints of it here and there. The planet with the community that was moved by the red angel and their aversion to tech, or the debate over Ripper and it's value to the mission versus the value of life itself. These examples are few and far between though. Unfortunately.
          Comment on Analysis: “Such Sweet Sorrow, Part 2” Promo Reveals Epic ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Season Finale by Denny C      Comment   Translate Page      
I don't think they're going into the future. I think they're going 'elsewhere'.
          Comment on How The USS Enterprise Bridge Was Brought To Life For ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ by Michael Hall      Comment   Translate Page      
Just who are you to speak for everyone, i.e. “nobody likes”?
          Comment on How The USS Enterprise Bridge Was Brought To Life For ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ by Michael Hall      Comment   Translate Page      
No, it’s <I>not</I> a fact they were made of cardboard. Plywood, yes. That said, the assertion about cardboard sets on TOS has been an enshrined as a bit of false hyperbole for ages now. Repeating it doesn’t mean that Deverell didn’t love the show growing up, or that she didn’t do the necessary research to perform her job.
          Comment on Review: ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Comes Together For “Such Sweet Sorrow” by Tiger2      Comment   Translate Page      
It was literally the last thing Pike said at the end of episode 12. He said to (I think) Bryce to contact the Enterprise to meet them because were going to abandon ship.
          Comment on How The USS Enterprise Bridge Was Brought To Life For ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ by Cro      Comment   Translate Page      
Looked kinda cool but it also looked cramped and dated compared to Discovery
          Comment on How The USS Enterprise Bridge Was Brought To Life For ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ by Michael Hall      Comment   Translate Page      
The original 12 Constitution Class ships were named in the TOS Writer’s Guide, but no one seems to have taken that seriously, including the third season producers when they gave us the <I>Defiant</i>. So it’s a moot issue at this point.
          Comment on Analysis: “Such Sweet Sorrow, Part 2” Promo Reveals Epic ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Season Finale by Deks      Comment   Translate Page      
Yeah, that never made any sense. What some fans are basically saying is that, while Scotty sabotaged the Excelsior, the Transwarp drive on its own worked and it redefined the warp scale into what we saw in TNG (the one where Warp 10 is 'infinite velocity'). But realistically, the Federation by the 23rd century should have had more than powerful enough warp drive to explore the entire galaxy... not take hundreds of years to get from one end to the other. Why? Simple. Technology and science already evolve at faster than exponential pace in reality (whereas many people/fans and writers usually portray this in a linear fashion)... in Trek, with dozens of species pooling their knowledge, resources and ideas together, coupled with automation, the Federation should have been VASTLY more advanced than what we saw even in Discovery - effectively, more technologically ahead than the Klingons or any other singular power that 'conquers' lesser planets, because the Federation uses cooperation to come up with fresh ideas from dozens of species... you cannot 'force' creativity really, and its something that would result in Klingons and Romulans for example suffer in regards to technological and science developments. So, in regards to what we saw on Discovery with holographic communications systems, etc... that's actually something that should be well within their technical abilities... heck, the Federation should have dyson swarms around every memeber planet solar system star in operation by that point easily (not an actual sphere, but swarms).
          Comment on Analysis: “Such Sweet Sorrow, Part 2” Promo Reveals Epic ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Season Finale by More Troubles More Dribbles      Comment   Translate Page      
The appearance of Tyler would destroy L'rell's future of being the Klingon Chancellor. Tyler is presumed beheaded and dead. No, the Klingon's helping out doesn't make sense. That wont stop the writers from trying it though. We'll see.
          Comment on Review: ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Comes Together For “Such Sweet Sorrow” by Tiger2      Comment   Translate Page      
You're not happy with the bridge Jonboc? You have to admit it at least looks closer to the original as opposed to the Kelvin's E bridge.
          Comment on How The USS Enterprise Bridge Was Brought To Life For ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ by TrekFan67      Comment   Translate Page      
I don't find anything wrong with the writing to be honest.
          Comment on How The USS Enterprise Bridge Was Brought To Life For ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ by LJ (was LJ)      Comment   Translate Page      
Wasn’t the Pike-era bridge predominantly greys and blacks? The red/orange was a Kirk era thing. I know the Enterprise has just been in for repair, but I think I’d prefer the more understated - almost Star Wars Imperial - feel of the bridge (and corridors) in The Cage. Somewhat easier on the eye.
          Comment on How The USS Enterprise Bridge Was Brought To Life For ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ by Salvador Nogueira      Comment   Translate Page      
That ship sailed with Star Trek: Enterprise. You’re late to the party.
          Comment on How The USS Enterprise Bridge Was Brought To Life For ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ by Salvador Nogueira      Comment   Translate Page      
it means they decided it was worth building them. For one episdode that ende up being two? Could be. But no other bridge so far in this series was built for a single use. Shenzhou was featured in the 2-part pilot and the Mirror universe segment. It was then redressed (and heavily modified) for the Section 31 ship, that was used in a handful of episodes this season and could still be getting a spinoff. And, of course, Discovery’s, featured in all episodes but the first two. So, if they built a whole bridge for 1 or 2 episodes only, that would be a first. Not to mention they had a meeting room built as well, and a turbolift. That offsets a lot of costs for a possible spinoff (we would still need at least sickbay, engineering and maybe a rec room, at least), and would allow for telemovies and/or Short Treks right away.
          Comment on How The USS Enterprise Bridge Was Brought To Life For ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ by DougDax      Comment   Translate Page      
EXCELLENT episode! Very happy to see the Enterprise bridge.That's how you modernize the looks without disrespect to the past. That's hoylw I'd like to see the Enterprise in movies ... I'd very happy to see a Cap Pike/Number One miniseries, it would be awesome.
          Comment on How The USS Enterprise Bridge Was Brought To Life For ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ by Scott Gammans      Comment   Translate Page      
Hopefully there’s an emergency stairway hidden behind one of those walls. It was a design blunder that the TOS bridge could be blocked by one malfunctioning (or sabotaged) turbolift. I think the updated bridge set looked amazing. I also appreciated the offset turbolift placement, even though it STILL makes no sense related to the outside of the ship. :) Here’s hoping we see more of this marvelous set in future seasons (or on other iterations of the franchise—hint hint!)
          Comment on Analysis: “Such Sweet Sorrow, Part 2” Promo Reveals Epic ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Season Finale by Andrew Clifford      Comment   Translate Page      
Nicely played...
          Comment on How The USS Enterprise Bridge Was Brought To Life For ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ by Emilio Banba      Comment   Translate Page      
I love when Georgiou goes "orange? yechth."
          Comment on How The USS Enterprise Bridge Was Brought To Life For ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ by A34      Comment   Translate Page      
They can build sets and take them down just as fast. It means nothing.
          Comment on Analysis: “Such Sweet Sorrow, Part 2” Promo Reveals Epic ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Season Finale by Corinthian7      Comment   Translate Page      
@RonSalon @El Beau Or they could have just put a one week break between last weeks episode and the finale.
          Comment on Review: ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Comes Together For “Such Sweet Sorrow” by Jonboc      Comment   Translate Page      
Why is this show so concerned about holograms not fitting into Kirk’s bridge when they show complete disregard for everything else on Kirk’s watch? It’s as ridiculous as that abomination of the 1701 bridge.
          Comment on How The USS Enterprise Bridge Was Brought To Life For ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ by CaesarGJ      Comment   Translate Page      
Would've preferred grey floors and better lighting, but I loved the homages.
          Comment on Review: ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Comes Together For “Such Sweet Sorrow” by Jonboc      Comment   Translate Page      
Agreed, Olaf. All she does is get teary eyed, cock her head like a confused puppy and whisper. All.the.time. Except of course, when she’s delivering one of her badly written, poorly delivered monotone speeches. I hope they send her to the 29th century’s and she stays there. She is the weakest link.
          Comment on Analysis: “Such Sweet Sorrow, Part 2” Promo Reveals Epic ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Season Finale by Michael      Comment   Translate Page      
The argument that because Discovery jumps into the future, no other ships have the spore drive makes no sense. It may be the only one produced, but even in the time of Disco, they still have blue prints (probably holographic) with schematics and everything they need to build another. Discovery is proof of concept. It works. It is a huge tactical advantage. Honestly, it is something Section 31 would have had and been using all along. They already have TNG style communicators. Apparently they get all the advanced cool tech first. Star Fleet owns it. They can do what they want with it.
          Comment on Interview: Jonathan Frakes On Casting Marina Sirtis And What ‘The Orville’ And ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Share by Jeff      Comment   Translate Page      
I thought S02E01 was probably the worst story to start a season with. It seemed like one of those low budget bottle episodes TNG used to do mid way through a season. I can't imagine who thought it would be the best way to kick of a new season.
          Comment on Review: ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Comes Together For “Such Sweet Sorrow” by Michael      Comment   Translate Page      
The well know incident where the dikironium cloud creature attacked the Farragut has already occurred in Disco's timeline. It would make an interested book end series. Kirk from the time he graduates the Academy and first deep space posting on the Farragut on one side and Picard in his later years on the other. I doubt it will happen, but would probably sell a lot of subscriptions.
          Comment on Review: ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Comes Together For “Such Sweet Sorrow” by Jonboc      Comment   Translate Page      
Ugh. This sappy, inept attempt at manipulating the viewer’s emotions on this one, fell flat as the jellyfish aliens on Deneva. And the less said, about that 1701 abomination of a bridge, the better. I just want to get on to next week and get the whole thing over with, because, at the end of the day, I don’t really care what happens to any of it. That’s the real tragedy, I suppose...I probably should.
          Comment on How The USS Enterprise Bridge Was Brought To Life For ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ by TG47      Comment   Translate Page      
Thanks Trek fan... It sounds as though they get part of it - positivity, science-based solutions, characters drive story... But haven't really listened to Roddenberry's critique of 1950s TV and his motivation for creating Trek... He very specifically said that he was tired of writing for shows where the last 10 minutes were always a gunfight. He wanted to create a show where the problems and solutions weren't always rooted in violence. It's as much a problem in the era of peak television as it was in the 50s. So, Trek can and should stay true to offering something else. Yes, sometimes Trek historically has gone there, but not just for a weekly quick, cool hit of sensationalism. But season 2 of Discovery has had as many skirmish or horrific death endings as not. Note to TPTB - no more than 25% of episodes should have violent or horrific the key dramatic moments. Otherwise we stop believing that the crew are looking for other solutions.
          Comment on Analysis: “Such Sweet Sorrow, Part 2” Promo Reveals Epic ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Season Finale by Afterburn      Comment   Translate Page      
Because as has been established, it's clearly a danger to the person being subjected it. It's like the Equinox powering their warp drive with dead aliens. Sure, they could get home faster, but at what cost? Starfleet can't go around genetically manipulating, poisoning and/or killing officers just to power a new engine. Wouldn't that be against Gene's Magnanimous Vision?
          Comment on Review: ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Comes Together For “Such Sweet Sorrow” by Michael      Comment   Translate Page      
Everyone assumes the Enterprise bridge and other sets are for use as the Enterprise. What about for a series set on another Constitution class ship, such as the USS Farragut with a young Lieutenant named Kirk on board. There is talk about a Academy based series. It could also be another Constitution class ship Pike commands after Enterprise in a Pike based series. It may be very likely it will be used in the Picard series. It would not take much to make it look 24th century.
          Comment on Analysis: “Such Sweet Sorrow, Part 2” Promo Reveals Epic ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Season Finale by Afterburn      Comment   Translate Page      
The "Transwarp Problem" was always a head-scratcher for me. As if nobody figured out that sabotage is why it failed?
          Comment on How The USS Enterprise Bridge Was Brought To Life For ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ by Bay      Comment   Translate Page      
Seriously would a future Star Ship not be an organic self-healing Artificial Intelligent Craft that instead of the inhabitants connect to all and every device on the Ship via the Helm but a completely open area with no light distractions run by telepathy, minimal controls and with semi-transparent walls to provide total visuals to the outside deep space. If you want to at least break out of light speed it would make sense that the place we imagine would be our destination in a microsecond with no inertia.
          Comment on Review: ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Comes Together For “Such Sweet Sorrow” by Michael      Comment   Translate Page      
That sounds interesting, but it would make more sense that Sarek brings back Star Fleet. His sudden appearance and equally sudden disappearance makes no sense. It was really quit an emotional outburst by Sarek to even make the trip. Hopefully there is a pay off for that.
          Comment on Analysis: “Such Sweet Sorrow, Part 2” Promo Reveals Epic ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Season Finale by alastair87      Comment   Translate Page      
More likely commanded by Burnham or Saru. I can see how they might plan to have Tilly reach first officer or captain by the series finale though. One question if they do arrive far in the future is will there be anything left from the Federation (or Earth/Vulcan etc) for them to re-assimilate into?
          Comment on How The USS Enterprise Bridge Was Brought To Life For ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ by I’mPaul      Comment   Translate Page      
Nope. I think they’re going to hit the future and stay in the future. Then they don’t need to build all new sets, and can give the show a clean fresh start, and hence why Spock never talked about Burnham and why Pike is not coming back next year. Also think Calypso — Disco is waaaay in the future and was still captained before being abandoned. I’ve been thinking this is the case for the past couple of weeks since we started getting into the red angel stuff, and if it’s the case it will have made all of this worth while, and i’m very excited about it.
          Comment on Review: ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Comes Together For “Such Sweet Sorrow” by FrostUK      Comment   Translate Page      
I bet the reason she's staying is because her planet and her people couldn't wait to get rid of her :D
          Comment on How The USS Enterprise Bridge Was Brought To Life For ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ by Trek fan      Comment   Translate Page      
I think they care. They just don't get it, though this bridge shows they get some things. The design is pretty close to perfect. What they don't get are the philosophical underpinnings of a trek story. If they can wrap their head around it, they can fix a lot if what is wrong with discovery. Nothing they can do about annoying characters at this point though. Every trek had one or two but Discovery has really forged an identity based on bad characters nobody likes (excluding Pike and Saru).
          Comment on Review: ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Comes Together For “Such Sweet Sorrow” by FrostUK      Comment   Translate Page      
I thought it was the worst of the season. Pretty visuals can't save bad writing. The last 5 have all been awful though. Brother - 7/10 New Eden - 8/10 Point of Light - 6/10 An Obol for Charon - 8/10 Saints of Imperfection - 6/10 The Sound of Thunder - 6/10 Light and Shadows - 6.5/10 If Memory Serves - 9/10 Project Daedalus - 4/10 The Red Angel - 4/10 Perpetual Infinity - 4/10 Through the Valley of the Shadows - 5/10 Such Sweet Sorrow - 3/10
          Comment on How The USS Enterprise Bridge Was Brought To Life For ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ by J.S.      Comment   Translate Page      
Yes, there's definitely a hallway, at one point there's even a yellowshirt walking into it.
          Comment on How The USS Enterprise Bridge Was Brought To Life For ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ by J.S.      Comment   Translate Page      
In the lighting that was used in the episode, on several screens that I saw either the episode or the stills it looks nothing like orange, and even the peeping at RGB color values can prove that. That's why I was put off by Georgiou's comment about it being "orange". They might have tried to make it orange but in the lighting used it looks nothing like orange.
          Comment on How The USS Enterprise Bridge Was Brought To Life For ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ by J.S.      Comment   Translate Page      
I had a quick glance at the various bridges and the screens are predominantly rectangular or circular. No odd impractical angles. The consoles might be angular, but they have pretty much a fixed button layout, so that's a slightly another story.
          Comment on How The USS Enterprise Bridge Was Brought To Life For ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ by TG47      Comment   Translate Page      
Yup, kmart she did call them cardboard. Because it's a fact that they were made of cardboard. She's done the research. And she's honest enough to put it out there. She's challenged her own nostalgia about those sets. Deverell's noted that cardboard was inexpensive worked for black and white and early colour low definition but would be unacceptable to today's younger audience. It also had durability issues. Discovery's bridge and corridors, which were designed by the original production designer have wood cores and wood framing. We've heard that they've also had durability issues. Rumour (or leaks...) about the new Enterprise bridge is that she had it built with a metal frame. She clearly has high expectations for what they put on the screen. Isn't that the attitude we want for a franchise to endure another 50 years?
          Comment on How The USS Enterprise Bridge Was Brought To Life For ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ by Michael Hall      Comment   Translate Page      
Nah, just a misreading brought on by a pair of eyes six decades old that were never all that reliable to start with. Sometimes a cigar is just a cigar.
          Comment on Review: ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Comes Together For “Such Sweet Sorrow” by Thorny      Comment   Translate Page      
Spock is seen piloting a Shuttle in the trailer for Part 2, so evidently doesn't go wherever Discovery goes.
          Comment on How The USS Enterprise Bridge Was Brought To Life For ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ by Rob Wilkins      Comment   Translate Page      
Yeah , Burnham really hurts this show. A new Pike series (with new Pike , Spock and #1) , this great new bridge , somehow save Suru and Tilly... Stammets too maybe but not his partner. Throw everything else out , develop a few more good characters and then we might see some truly great Trek again. Without the guest actors on Disc now season 3 isnt going to be any better than season 1 was Mirror Georgio and this new Section 31 show coming could be great too. Maybe with some better writers and Frakes directing as many as possible.
          Comment on How The USS Enterprise Bridge Was Brought To Life For ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ by Tek      Comment   Translate Page      
I disagree and here’s why: The JJverse enterprise is a totally different enterprise that was never meant to look like the TOS original. It was meant to have some loose callbacks but it’s in no way the same ship. It’s a ship built in response to the Narada threat. There were some cut scenes and changes to the movie’s script, but essentially that ship was never meant to be anything other than loosely inspired by the TOS constitution class vessel were it built for different reasons (in response to a threat as opposed to just an evolution in space flight). It’s way bigger, and totally meant to be different. Personally I like the design of it for it being a different ship. This is actually supposed to be the TOS enterprise. And I love it too. It’s definitely what the prime universe constitution would have looked like, or at least really similar, were the same designers and set builders building it today as opposed to the 60s. I appreciate both designs with the understanding that they weren’t ever meant to be the same ship. One is a design that’s supposed to be an actual update of the original, the other is a ship loosely based on the original. And I’m fine with it.
          Comment on How The USS Enterprise Bridge Was Brought To Life For ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ by Nebula1701      Comment   Translate Page      
I'd watch the TMP era movies then. This bridge also borrows from them.
          Comment on Analysis: “Such Sweet Sorrow, Part 2” Promo Reveals Epic ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Season Finale by Deks      Comment   Translate Page      
What's with people clinging to an outdated TOS look? Also, technology on Discovery is not more advanced. If anything its not advanced enough. When you think about it, technical and scientific progress occur at faster than exponential pace in reality. But people still attribute 'linear' progression to it (as do many writers). The Federation which has dozens of species by the 23rd century would have ridiculously more advanced technology because combining all that technical expertise, resources and ideas together with automation would result in something quite frankly unimaginable... but probably advanced enough to allow them to explore the entire galaxy with Warp drive alone in the 23rd century (yes it would mean it would be very fast - much faster than what was originally implied). By the 24th century, the Federation should be advanced enough to explore other galaxies really. Setting 100 years between TOS and TNG dind't make sense because very little has changed (and that never made sense for a show like Trek). They could have just set it 20-odd years apart (the same amount of time that passed in real life) and had the Galaxy class and everything we saw happen in 24th century (expect Voyager would have to be flung millions of LY's beyond the Milky Way in that case to have it require 75 years to get back... and actually set it in mid-late 23rd century). Trek really needs to move away from the constrained notion of TOS because the writers weren't really forward thinking enough (they didn't already take into account technical and scientific progress that leapfrogged certain things... and the general population in reality had little or no clue on what Humanity was capable of already in 1974 for example ... not FTL travel, no, but we could have colonized the solar system, or a good portion of it by that time).
          Comment on Analysis: “Such Sweet Sorrow, Part 2” Promo Reveals Epic ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Season Finale by Deks      Comment   Translate Page      
Section 31 probably has that many ships because of the number in the naming to begin with. And Control did mention that there are over 7000 active Starfleet ships to Leland before 'assimilating' him... so 'sparing' 31 ships for a separate 'intelligence branch' would be a proverbial drop in the bucket. Its possible that S31 would have 'bleeding edge technology' in various areas, which would make The Discovery and Enterprise really outmatched either way... but I suspect that to a degree, S31 wouldn't have too much of an advantage in power generation, Warp capacity or weapons. The Section is still an intelligence branch mainly, so its possible some of their systems are more advanced/cutting edge than others due to the kind of work they do. I was also puzzled as to why Discovery just didn't jump away thousands of lightyears away and then charged the time crystal... actually, Discovery could have just jumped away so far away where Control wouldn't be able to get there with conventional warp drive - but, that doesn't preclude the possibility that Control could just create a far faster means of FTL propulsion... maybe even access/use the Mycelium network just like Discovery (it was mentioned in S1 that an AI could do it, but at the time, they said their computers were too slow - which didn't make sense because with faster than exponential developments occurring already in reality, let alone in Trek where you have dozens of alien species working together, this advacement would quite literally be propelled forward by many orders of magnitude further... so in short, the Federation probably should have been MORE advanced by the 23rd century than what we saw... nevermind by the 24th century). That would seem like a no-brainer... but, Po did mention that she would need a large amount of power to begin with... indicating she needed to be on-board for the procedure to work in the first place, and of course, they wouldn't want to leave Xahea with Po still on board (which she chose to do anyway - but by that time, it was already too late).
          Comment on How The USS Enterprise Bridge Was Brought To Life For ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ by Rob Wilkins      Comment   Translate Page      
Cause although I watch Disc , it's still in trouble and by far the worst of all trek series. They need to do something to save it. And even the guest actors and characters like new Pike , Spock and #1 are better actors and far more interesting than 98% of Disc. Saru and Tilly are the ONLY ones worth a damn.
          Comment on How The USS Enterprise Bridge Was Brought To Life For ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ by VZX      Comment   Translate Page      
So when we first follow Pike from the turbolift to the bridge, it seems there is a hallway or open area to the left and right of the turbolift going behind the bridge duty stations. I remember this was a thing seen in the blueprints, but never shown on screen. IF those areas are indeed access to behind the bridge stations then that is extremely cool. I also think there are too many lights, but other than that this is an amazing bridge set.
          Comment on Analysis: “Such Sweet Sorrow, Part 2” Promo Reveals Epic ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Season Finale by Deks      Comment   Translate Page      
Stamets is not the key to the Spore drive. It was mentioned in Season 1 that say an AI could probably do it with... which in S1 they didn't have... (even though technology would have been more than advanced enough by that time frame to allow for it). If you think about it, computers process data ridiculously faster than carbon based lifeforms. And given faster than exponential developments in science and technology, computerized interface (or non-organic one) would be more than fast enough to process the data in question. Its just that the writers and many people attribute 'linear' progression to science and technology... which is not the case. They still want to delegate some kind of 'importance' to 'biological organisms' and then they make up nonsense such as 'the brain is intricately more complex than what a computer can process' (which is A-grade rubbish). If anything, the technology on the Discovery is not 'more advanced'... the writers simply never took into account proper developments of the times they wrote the shows in to begin with. If you take into account faster than exponential developments, along with dozens of species cooperating and sharing resources and idea like they to in the Federation, then the 23rd century Federation would technically be more akin to what we saw in the Federation in the 24th century... with an ability to explore the entire galaxy with Warp alone in a fraction of the time we actually saw. By the 24th century though, it would have been realistic to see the Federation explore other galaxies though. Setting shows 100 years apart with very little technological difference makes 0 sense. The real world changes very fast in just 10 years which makes it very difficult to project what's going to happen even in 5 years time (conservative estimates not-withstanding as they are stuck in the past and have 0 clue about many technical breakthroughs that occurred decades ago already).
          Comment on Review: ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Comes Together For “Such Sweet Sorrow” by TG47      Comment   Translate Page      
Good point... It's hard to know how much of this is due to direction. The push for melodramatic acting in Nemesis is one of the things that made me reject it. All it took was turning Marina Sirtis' Troi into a wet rag emotional wreck to turn me off the whole thing.
          Comment on Review: ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Comes Together For “Such Sweet Sorrow” by TG47      Comment   Translate Page      
The whole scene made me uncomfortable. And it was done more awkwardly than it needed to be. The writers knew that Pike had to formally hand over command to someone. With it being effectively Michael's mission, she was the natural acting captain for the duration - she's got to be mission commander. ...except she's the one who won't be on the ship for transit. So, Saru is the natural first officer to follow her lead. Done. Permanent captaincy to be determined if they ever get back.
          Comment on How The USS Enterprise Bridge Was Brought To Life For ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ by ThatNuttyFanboy      Comment   Translate Page      
Not to forget, back in the 60s shooting on soundstages tended to use far harsher lighting setups than is common nowadays. Camera technology got more and more sensitive over the years, which enabled filmmakers and TV show producers alike to shoot in darker and darker conditions without loss of image quality - not to mention that this enabled more creative choices about when and where to shoot, and how to light.
          Comment on Analysis: “Such Sweet Sorrow, Part 2” Promo Reveals Epic ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Season Finale by Corinthian7      Comment   Translate Page      
In the case of Po either he stayed on board in which case we'll likely see her in a recurring role next season similar to Reno or she left the ship in either case there’s not really a loose end. I think it’s already been suggested that we'll revisit Kaminar so if we get time jump that’s a plot thread that could be enhanced as we'll really get to see the consequences of that decision. Likewise the “upside down world”, there’s no reason they couldn’t go back there as taking them out of the 23rd century allows them to navigate the mycellial network again without it being perceived as a canon violation.
          Comment on Analysis: “Such Sweet Sorrow, Part 2” Promo Reveals Epic ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Season Finale by Deks      Comment   Translate Page      
The Federation has a ban on genetic engineering due to what happened with Khan in late 20th century in Trek timeline - but there are so many inaccuracies with that original prohibition which borderline with sheer lunacy. At any rate, because of the genetic manipulation ban, no other Federation officer is allowed to use Tardigrade DNA to incorporate it into their bodies so that they can use the spore drive. Hence why it was shelved. But, that wouldn't really matter because by the 23rd century, the Federation already has the ability to make a full fledged AI which can act as a replacement for an organic being in regards to the Spore drive... but I'm sure we will see yet another 'prohibition' ensue from development of full fledged AI due to what happened with Control (which again, makes no sense, and this 'AI will inevitably turn against us and kill us' is a pointless drivel that has 0 basis in reality... no AI would seriously reach that kind of conclusion unless it lacked exposure to relevant general education, critical thinking or problem solving... come on... Trek is supposed to be better than that). As for the technology we saw on Discovery... to be frank, given the faster than exponential developments that we are experiencing in real life, in Trek timeline, with combination of dozens of alien species working together like in the Federation would result in a MASSIVELY more advanced combination of civilizations by the 23rd century... nevermind the 24th. Many people (and writers) still attribute 'linear' progression to science and technology, whereas, both are evolving far faster than that. I never bought into the idea the Feds in the 24th century would only be able to cruise or travel at 1000 times LS around the galaxy... the Warp drive by the 24th century should have allowed the Federation to explore other galaxies if you want to keep it 'somewhat realistic'.
          Comment on How The USS Enterprise Bridge Was Brought To Life For ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ by Matt K      Comment   Translate Page      
For some reason my favorite part is all of the bright lights running along the top of the stations. I'm not a huge TOS fan, but I'm glad they put those in. It also reminds of how more color was added to the NX-01 bridge during the last season of Enterprise.
          Comment on How The USS Enterprise Bridge Was Brought To Life For ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ by Tony      Comment   Translate Page      
Abrams Enterprise bridge looked nothing like TOS. Plus, with added overhead desk lamps at every station the set was blinding,and not as aesthetically pleasing as the Discovery series Enterprise.
          Comment on How The USS Enterprise Bridge Was Brought To Life For ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ by DD856      Comment   Translate Page      
I love that they even got the sounds of the original bridge right. Noticed it immediately and actually got goosebumps. I think Discovery is one of the better Trek iterations so far and I really want more!
          Capital Celluloid 2019 - Day 111: Sun Apr 21      Comment   Translate Page      
The Woman in the Dunes (Teshigahara, 1964): BFI Southbank, NFT2, 8pm


The 35mm presentations of this Japanese masterpiece (also on April 18th and 22nd) are part of the Big Screen Classics season. Full details here.

Chicago Reader review:
Japanese New Wave director Hiroshi Teshigahara's 1964 allegory on the meaning of freedom and the discovery of identity. An office worker (Eiji Okada) on an entomological holiday spends the night with a widow (Kyoko Kishida), whose shack at the bottom of a sand pit becomes his prison. Gradually he learns to love her and to help her in her endless task of shoveling sand, which the local villagers use to protect themselves from the elements. A bizarre film, distinguished not so much by Kobo Abe's rather obvious screenplay as by Teshigahara's arresting visual style of extreme depth of focus, immaculate detail, and graceful eroticism.
Dan Druker

Here (and above) is an extract.

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The remains of the animal were discovered in Orkney and are more than 4,000 years old.
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In partnership with Discovery, Magnolia - Chip and Joanna Gaines' home lifestyle brand - officially announced the new media company this week.

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NICKELODEON’S DOUBLE DARE KICKS OFF 2019 LEG OF MULTI-CITY U.S. TOUR, HOSTED BY MARC SUMMERS AND ORIGINAL SIDEKICK ROBIN RUSSO

Double Dare Live, Produced in Partnership with
Red Tail Productions, LLC and CB Entertainment, to Visit
More Cities Across North America This Spring

Tickets on Sale Friday, Jan. 25

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Red Tail Productions LLC and Charlie Blum Entertainment/CB Entertainment, in partnership with Nickelodeon, have announced new tour dates for Double Dare Live, a multi-city live stage tour inspired by the iconic TV game show Double Dare!

Update (4/12) - Fall/Winter 2019 dates now available!

Coming off of a successful fall 2018 tour, Double Dare Live – featuring original host Marc Summers and his beloved sidekick Robin Russo – will resume touring on Tuesday, March 26 in Lancaster, PA and will tour North America this Spring, playing in 30 North American cities along the way!

Tickets go on sale to the general public Friday, January 25 at 10:00 a.m. For a limited time, fans subscribed to the official DD Fan Club can purchase tickets right now, ensuring that they get the to the best seats in the house, using the club's exclusive early access pre-sale system. Check your email inbox now!

Update (2/4): Double Dare Live has just added 14 more locations and 15 more performances to its itinerary! Tickets for the new dates and locations, below, go on sale to the general public on Friday, February 8 at 10 a.m. (local time). Fans subscribed to the official DD Fan Club will be able to purchase pre-sale tickets during a limited 24 hour window from Tuesday, February 5, 2019 starting at 10:00am local time, ensuring that they get the to the best seats in the house, using the club's exclusive early access pre-sale system. Check your email inbox now!

Fans can visit doubledarelivetour.com for a list of upcoming Double Dare Live tour cities, times and ticket information.

Inspired by the iconic TV game show Double Dare, Double Dare Live features two teams comprised of selected audience members competing to win prizes by answering brain-bending trivia questions, completing messy physical challenges, and ultimately facing the legendary obstacle course.

Attendees can register to be a contestant on Double Dare Live by completing the Official Rules and Waiver Form on doubledarelivetour.com. Participants must be 10 years or older to be eligible to be Contestants. Only persons 18 years or older can complete the Waiver Form; a parent or legal guardian 18 years or older must complete the Official Rules and Waiver Form for children under 18 years of age. When you’ve read, completed and signed the Waiver Form, hit ‘Submit’ and it will be entered into the database for each city. When you arrive at the venue, go to the Registration Table to verify that you’ve completed Official Rules and Waiver form, and present a valid photo ID and you and any family members that you registered will be given wrist bands which indicate to the show’s host that you are eligible to be a contestant on stage. Please wear athletic shoes if you hope to be called on stage.

Fans can also upgrade their tickets to the DD VIP Experience, featuring premium show seating, a pre-show meet & greet photo opportunity with Marc Summers and Robin Russo, and an official Double Dare Live tour laminate souvenir. There are a limited number of DD VIP Experience tickets which must be purchased in advance. They are designated as ‘VIP Tickets’ in each city’s ticketing system. Purchasers should plan to arrive at the theatre approximately 90 minutes in advance of the show start time. (Check for exact details when you purchase tickets, since timing changes slightly from city to city.) Each adult and child in a group must have a DD VIP Ticket. Go to the check-in table and pick up your DD VIP laminate. Patrons will be directed to the meet & greet which ends approximately 30 minutes prior to show start time. Latecomers risk missing the opportunity.

The highly anticipated return of the Double Dare series premiered in the summer of 2018 on Nickelodeon and ranked as the year’s No. 1 new kids show with kids 6-11, while retaining the core adult audience who grew up with the original television show. The new Double Dare is hosted by digital creator and actress Liza Koshy, with original host Marc Summers providing color commentary on the challenges and lending his vast knowledge of the game and expertise to each episode. Following the success of the first season, a second season is currently in pre-production, and is set to be filmed in L.A. Click here for details on how you can be on the show!


“Hosting the Double Dare Live tour couldn’t be any more exciting, and I look forward to continuing to bring the fun and messiness of ‘Double Dare’ to audiences across the country,” Summers said. “Doing the show again with my sidekick Robin will fulfill childhood dreams of the generation that grew up with us and introduce this classic show to the next generation.”

NICKELODEON’S DOUBLE DARE LIVE TOUR CITIES AND DATES - SPRING 2019:

Lancaster, PA
American Music Theatre
3/26/2019 @ 7:30pm

Newark, NJ
New Jersey Performing Arts Center
3/27/2019 @ 7:00pm
Previous date rescheduled due to snow storm. Sold Out.

Philadelphia, PA
Kimmel Center
3/28/2019 @ 7:30pm
3/29/2019 @ 8:00pm

Lynn, MA
The Lynn Auditorium
3/30/2019 @ 7:00pm

Red Bank, NJ
Hackensack Meridian Health Theatre at the Count Basie Center for the Arts
3/31/2019 @ 7:00pm

Hartford, CT
Bushnell Theatre
4/2/2019 @ 7:30pm
Previous date rescheduled. On Sale Now.

New York, NY
Hulu Theater at Madison Square Garden
4/3/2019 @ 8:30pm

Wilkes-Barre, PA
F.M. Kirby Center
4/5/2019 @ 7:30pm

Huntington, WV
Big Sandy Superstore Arena
4/6/2019 @ 7:30pm

Louisville, KY
The Louisville Palace Theatre
4/7/2019 @ 6:00pm

New Orleans, LA
Saenger Theatre
4/9/19 @ 7:00pm

San Antonio, TX
Majestic Theatre
4/10/2019 @ 7:30pm

Sugar Land, TX
Smart Financial Centre
4/11/2019 @ 8:00pm

Grand Prairie, TX
The Theatre at Grand Prairie
4/13/2019 @ 7:00pm

Austin, TX
Bass Concert Hall
4/14/2019 @ 7:00pm

Minneapolis, MI
The State Theatre
5/1/2019 @ 7:30pm

Green Bay, WI
Resch Center Theatre
5/2/2019 @ 7:30pm

Waukegan, IL
The Genesee Theatre
5/3/2019 @ 7:30pm

Springfield, MO
Juanita K. Hammons Hall
5/4/2019 @ 7:30pm

Peoria, IL
Peoria Civic Center Theatre
5/5/2019 @ 7:00pm

St. Louis. MO
Fabulous Fox Theatre
5/7/2019 @ 7:30pm

Atlanta, GA
Fox Theatre
5/9/2019 @ 7:30pm

Orlando, FL
Bob Carr Theater
5/10/2019 @ 8:00pm

Clearwater, FL
Ruth Eckerd Hall
5/11/2019 @ 8:00pm

Ft. Lauderdale, FL
Broward Center – Au Rene Theater
5/12/2019 @ 7:30pm

Detroit, MI
Fox Theatre
5/15/2019 @ 7:00pm

Akron, OH
Akron Civic Theatre
5/16/2019 @ 8:00pm

Indiana, PA
Kovalchick Convention and Athletic Complex
5/17/2019 @ 8:00pm

Providence, RI
Providence Performing Arts Center
5/18/2019 @ 7:00pm

Morristown, NJ
Mayo Performing Arts Center
5/19/2019 @ 1:00pm
5/19/2019 @ 7:00pm

Additional dates include: Boston, MA; New Orleans, LA; Houston, TX; San Antonio, TX; Dallas, TX; Minneapolis, MN; Atlanta, GA; Orlando, FL; Clearwater, FL; Ft. Lauderdale, FL; Detroit, MI; Akron, OH; Indiana, PA; Providence, RI; and Morristown, NJ.

Don't see your city?

The 2019 touring schedule will be updated regularly as dates are made public in each city. Several weeks of additional spring tour dates will be announced in the coming weeks. Stay tuned for more cities soon!

Fans can also purchase awesome Double Dare Live swag here on the official Double Dare Live store.

Double Dare premiered on Oct. 6, 1986 on Nickelodeon and ran from 1986-1993, making it the network’s longest running game show. Summers served as the show’s original host from 1986-1993. Shortly after its debut, Double Dare became one of the most popular original daily programs on cable television. The series went into syndication in 1988 and was later revived as Super Sloppy Double Dare in 1989. The show also ran on broadcast television as Family Double Dare in 1988, followed by new versions on Nickelodeon, including Double Dare 2000.

Double Dare Live is produced by Red Tail Productions, LLC and CB Entertainment.

Brick Wall Breakout | Photo: CWaits

Bucket Head | Photo: CWaits

Contestants to play the Obstacle Course | Photo: CWaits

Pancakes & Syrup | Photo: CWaits

Plunger Ball Swap | Photo: CWaits

Viking Ring Toss | Photo: CWaits

Red Tail Productions, LLC

CEO Phillip Drayer and President Marc Engel produce and present a wide variety of entertainment throughout North America, including the acclaimed Broadway hit A Night with Janis Joplin (Tony Nomination), the spectacular Do You Hear the People Sing, Cirque Musica, Scooby Doo Live! Musical Mysteries, Erth’s Dinosaur Zoo Live and Erth’s Prehistoric Aquarium Adventure. Through its division Red Tail-Live, the company has a tremendous track record of producing and presenting live entertainment in a variety of venues, theatres, performing arts centers and arenas throughout the U.S. and Canada presenting over a hundred events annually, spanning genres from Broadway Musicals to Country and Pop, to Classic Rock, Jazz and Comedy, and featuring heritage artists such as Tony Bennett, Alan Jackson, Norah Jones, Dolly Parton, Harry Connick, Jr., The Beach Boys, Bill Maher, and Martina McBride.

About CB Entertainment

Charlie Blum is a renowned entertainment industry executive with over 40 years of experience as a major concert promoter, talent buyer, theatre executive, television producer and artist manager. He served for almost three decades as President/CEO for Chicagoland’s premier concert facility, the Star Plaza Theatre, following more than ten years as a Vice President with the Nederlander Concerts. Charlie has worked with virtually every major artist in show business, presenting thousands of concerts featuring performers like Jerry Seinfeld, Garth Brooks, Frank Sinatra, Madonna, The Jackson Five, Christina Aguilera, The Grateful Dead, Rascal Flatts, Blake Shelton, Rod Stewart and Cher. He has executive-produced four nationally released PBS television shows, most recently, the groundbreaking “Harmonies 4 Healing” with partner Connecticut Public Broadcasting. Charlie is also the host of Lakeshore Classic Movies every weekend on PBS in Chicago.

About Nickelodeon

Nickelodeon, now in its 40th year, is the number-one entertainment brand for kids. It has built a diverse, global business by putting kids first in everything it does. The company includes television programming and production in the United States and around the world, plus consumer products, digital, recreation, books and feature films. Nickelodeon’s U.S. television network is seen in more than 90 million households and has been the number-one-rated kids’ basic cable network for 22 consecutive years. For more information or artwork, visit http://www.nickpress.com. Nickelodeon and all related titles, characters and logos are trademarks of Viacom Inc. (NASDAQ: VIA, VIAB).

From Dallas Observer:

Double Dare’s Marc Summers Never Gets Tired of Hearing That He Made Your Childhood Awesome

When people see game show host and television producer Marc Summers outside of their TVs or childhood memories, he says he loves it when they come up to him, politely introduce themselves and tell him that they grew up watching him host Nickelodeon's messy kids' game show Double Dare.

"I get that every day and I love it," Summers says. "Because people grew up with it, the show had a huge influence on so many people and I find it amazing and fantastic."

Double Dare is more than 30 years old, and it's been part of the regular childhood TV diet of several generations of kids. Its multiple spinoffs, like the syndicated Super Sloppy Double Dare and Fox's prime-time version Family Double Dare and the reruns, aired long after the show's final episode. Last year, Nickelodeon brought the show back with Summers and YouTube comedy star turned TV host Liza Koshy for a whole new generation of kids and their parents who fondly remember rooting for contestants as they tried to find a flag in a giant pair of nostrils filled with neon green snot or run up the chocolate-covered slope to get to the bottom of the Sundae Slide.

The show has become such a big hit again that Nickelodeon launched a Double Dare Live tour just like the ones in the ’80s and ’90s. Summers and the game show's sets, props and obstacles are roaming all over the country to give kids and their parents a chance to win cash and prizes in their hometown. Summers' show will be in DFW on Saturday at The Theatre at Grand Prairie.

Summers says he's been trying to get Double Dare back on Nickelodeon for years. However, the tone of the network's non-animated shows shifted from rebellious kid fare like The Adventures of Pete & Pete, Clarissa Explains It All and You Can't Do That on Television to bubblegum pop comedies like iCarly, Big Time Rush and (cue shivers) Fred: The Show.

"I'd been trying to bring it back for 10 years and Nickelodeon wasn't budging on it," Summers says. "Then I saw they started thinking about picking up old shows like Blue's Clues and Clarissa and I just texted the management saying, 'Am I getting the next phone call?' And a few days later, I got an email saying, 'Give us a call.'"

Double Dare first appeared on TV schedules in 1986, starting a 10-year run that lasted long beyond its final episode in reruns. The show also helped bring the first big wave of watchers to Nickelodeon.

Summers, an Indiana native, had worked in Los Angeles as an actor, stand-up comedian and magician since the late 1970s before the network hired him to host the game show that pitted two teams of kids in a 30-minute game of trivia dares and messy physical challenges. Summers' smiling and sportive emcee style, splashy sport jackets and show-starting shouts of "On your mark, get set, go!" made him a perfect fit for the food-flinging game show that still bills itself as the messiest on television. Double Dare became one of the network's first certified hits right out of the starting gate.

"Back in the day when Nickelodeon was putting things together, they did a lot of research and found out that kids didn't have their own game show," Summers says. "They were living vicariously through their parents who were watching The Price is Right. So they decided that kids were already playing Truth or Dare on the playground back in the day and they added the mess and an obstacle course and it turned into what it turned into. Cable was in its infancy and Nick needed something to shout out big, 'Come and watch us!'"

“Cable was in its infancy and Nickelodeon needed something to shout out big, ‘Come and watch us!’ ” — Marc Summers

Double Dare also made Summers an emcee TV star. He scored guest appearances across cable TV and the networks on other game shows, hosted his own talk shows and made guest appearances on late night talk shows.

His infamous appearance on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno next to a notably cranky Burt Reynolds led to a series of verbal jabs about the late movie star's recent divorce and Summers' career before they poured mugs of water on each other and ended the bizarre segment with a pie fight and a hug.

The show's wild success prompted the first live tour to theaters where kids could get up on stage and make a mess for cash and prizes. However, the prizes they offered on the live tour weren't all that impressive, something Summers says he remarked on into his microphone at one of the live shows at which the sponsor was sitting in the audience.

"We would give away trips to Space Camp and on Fox, we were giving away cars and trips to Europe so I would say, 'If you get through obstacle No. 1, you get a box of Blow Pops and if you get through obstacle No. 2, we'll give you tickets to a movie.' And there was a sponsor that I can't name right now but it was a national sponsor who was in the audience and they didn't tell me," Summers says. "I said they would win a $10 gift certificate to this place and I looked down at the audience because I saw the Nickelodeon executives were there and I said, 'Come on, we can do better than this,' and they freaked out."

Summers says he's sure every contestant will be happy with the prizes on his current tour.

"Now we're giving away cash," he says. "People always like money."

The show also gave Summers a long-lasting television career in front of the camera as a host of shows like the long-running food documentary series Unwrapped on the Food Network and behind the camera as a producer on reality shows like Dinner: Impossible and Restaurant: Impossible. He also appears in an upcoming nature documentary series for the Discovery Channel. Summers says his son and daughter have also followed his footsteps into the TV business as a TV producer and editor, respectively.

"I'll be 68 in November, and I always feel like I've never worked a day in my life," Summers says. "I'll keep going and people seem to keep coming and I guess they'll tell me when it's time to stop."

“I'll be 68 in November, and I always feel like I've never worked a day in my life.” — Marc Summers

Nickelodeon celebrated Double Dare's 30th anniversary in 2016 and brought Summers, announcer John Harvey and co-host and production assistant Robin Russo back together for a reunion special. Nickelodeon's new management started to commission reboots of some of the show's most memorable programs, like the sitcom Clarissa Explains It All starring Melissa Joan Hart and All That, which launched the TV comedy career of Saturday Night Live star Kenan Thompson, who is an executive producer of the kids' sketch show revival, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

A new Double Dare launched in 2018 that looks and sounds just like the original show, with a theme song that pumps out guitar riffs like a semi-auto confetti cannon and a loud, color-clashing set that the fashion conscious called "cool" in the '80s. Summers says the show reaches two audiences at once now with the lively Koshy as its new host for the YouTube generation and Summers as her co-host for the adults who grew up watching him.

"It was very smart because Liza has 15 or 20 million viewers through YouTube and there's a whole generation who don't know who she is but know who I am and vice versa," Summers says. "She's very open and sweet about taking direction, and very respectful. We’re actually really good friends. She comes to me for advice and it's worked out quite well. Not anybody can just walk in and do a game show even after being trained. It ain’t that easy, but she's incredibly bright and very funny and she picked it up in a nanosecond."

The live tour that was spawned by the show's most recent success picks both kids and adults in the crowd as contestants. Summers says each live show gives him an even more unique opportunity to see how Double Dare has grown over the last 33 years.

"When we raise the curtain and they see the set for the first time, we get a huge scream and people go crazy. And then we reveal the next curtain and the obstacle course comes out," Summers says. "The thing I love about it is even though we're only bringing 60 to 70 people up, everyone walks out feeling good and feeling participatory and involved. It's fascinating."

The tour also gives Summers a chance to meet fans who now span two generations of TV watchers, he says.

"A lot of times, there will be four grown-ups and I'll say, 'Where are the kids?' and they say, 'Oh heck, we left them at home,'" Summers says. "They all have stories about how we built an obstacle course in the living room and how Mom sent me to my room for a week. Everyone has a story and it's fascinating. I'm learning on this tour the impact of this show, and it's truly fascinating to me.

"People will say, 'Oh you probably don't want to hear this.' I do want to hear it. The fact that anybody remembers is great."

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Originally published: Tuesday, January 22, 2019.

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Έναρξη του Μηχανισμού Υποστήριξης Οικοσυστήματος Καινοτομίας και Επιχειρηματικότητας
στην Περιφέρεια Κεντρικής Μακεδονίας

Ξεκίνησε στην Περιφέρεια Κεντρικής Μακεδονίας η υλοποίηση του Έργου «Μηχανισμός Yποστήριξης Οικοσυστήματος Καινοτομίας και Επιχειρηματικότητας» , που εντάχθηκε στον Ειδικό Στόχο «Δημιουργία μόνιμων συνεργατικών μηχανισμών μεταξύ ερευνητικών μονάδων και επιχειρήσεων, αλλά και μεταξύ επιχειρήσεων για την προώθηση της εφαρμοσμένης έρευνας (τομείς RIS3) και για μεταφορά γνώσης και τεχνολογίας», του ΕΠ Κεντρική Μακεδονία 2014-2020.
Το έργο αποτελεί μια ολοκληρωμένη παρέμβαση στο Οικοσύστημα Καινοτομίας και Επιχειρηματικότητας της Περιφέρειας και εποπτεύεται από την Αυτοτελή Διεύθυνση Υποστήριξης Καινοτομίας και Επιχειρηματικότητας (ΑΔΥΚΕ) της Περιφέρειας Κεντρικής Μακεδονίας.
Αντικείμενο του μηχανισμού θα αποτελέσει η παρακολούθηση και αποτίμηση των παρεμβάσεων της Στρατηγικής Έξυπνης Εξειδίκευσης (RIS3) στην Περιφέρεια Κεντρικής Μακεδονίας με την παροχή ενός συνόλου υπηρεσιών, όπως ενδεικτικά:
(1)      Υποστήριξη στην επικαιροποίηση και στον καλύτερο συντονισμό και υλοποίηση των Δράσεων της Στρατηγικής RIS3, που αφορούν τη Διαδικασία της Επιχειρηματικής Ανακάλυψης (Entrepreneurial Discovery)
(2)      Υποστήριξη της Αυτοτελούς Διεύθυνσης Υποστήριξης Καινοτομίας και Επιχειρηματικότητας της Περιφέρειας Κεντρικής Μακεδονίας για τον καλύτερο συντονισμό και ενδυνάμωση όλων των φορέων του οικοσυστήματος
(3)      Ανάπτυξη και λειτουργία Συστήματος Business Intelligence (Β.Ι.) για την αποτίμηση των δεικτών επίτευξης της RIS3

Αιχμή της παρέμβασης αποτελεί το One Stop Liaison Office, το οποίο θα αποτελέσει μια νέα δομή εντός της Περιφέρειας Κεντρικής Μακεδονίας (Βίλλα Αλλατίνη, Βασιλίσσης Όλγας 198, Θεσσαλονίκη) και θα βρίσκεται υπό την εποπτεία της Αυτοτελούς Διεύθυνσης Υποστήριξης Καινοτομίας και Επιχειρηματικότητας Περιφέρειας Κεντρικής Μακεδονίας (ΑΔΥΚΕ). Το One Stop Liaison Office θα ασκεί καταλυτικό ρόλο ως κομβικό σημείο διαμεσολάβησης (One-Stop Liaison Office) μεταξύ της ακαδημαϊκής κοινότητας και των συμμέτοχων και τελικών δικαιούχων της RIS3, δηλαδή της αγοράς και θα εξασφαλίζει την αναγκαία Δικτύωση των φορέων του Οικοσυστήματος.

Αναμενόμενα οφέλη της παρέμβασης είναι:
·         Η αύξηση των συμφωνιών μεταφοράς τεχνολογίας κάθε είδους (χρηματοδοτούμενη έρευνα, εκχώρηση, συμβουλευτικές υπηρεσίες, συνεργατική έρευνα) μεταξύ ακαδημαϊκών ιδρυμάτων και επιχειρήσεων
·         Η αύξηση των δαπανών για Ε&Α των ακαδημαϊκών και ερευνητικών ιδρυμάτων που καλύπτεται από επιχειρήσεις
·         Η επίτευξη οικονομιών κλίμακας στη συστηματική ανταλλαγή γνώσης μεταξύ του ερευνητικού τομέα της Περιφέρειας Κεντρικής Μακεδονίας και του παραγωγικού τομέα σε υπερ-περιφερειακή κλίμακα.
·         Η βελτίωση της ικανότητας σχεδιασμού και εκτέλεσης της περιφερειακής στρατηγικής καινοτομίας
·         Η χρήση των αποτελεσμάτων των μελετών και των ερευνών που θα υλοποιηθούν.
Μέσω της λειτουργίας του Μηχανισμού Yποστήριξης Οικοσυστήματος Καινοτομίας και Επιχειρηματικότηταςη Περιφέρεια Κεντρικής Μακεδονίας θα εξασφαλίσει ένα περιβάλλον φιλικότερο για την επιχειρηματική δραστηριότητα (ιδιαίτερα σε αυτήν που σχετίζεται με την καινοτομία) και θα προάγει το οικοσύστημα καινοτομίας της περιοχής.

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          Neuroscience Antibodies and Assays Market Emerging Trends and Company Profiles to Watch- BioLegend, GenScript, Siemens, Tecan in 2018-2026      Comment   Translate Page      

Albany, NY -- (SBWIRE) -- 04/12/2019 -- Antibody, also known as immunoglobulin, is a Y-shaped protein found in blood or other body fluids. It is produced by immune system as a response to the presence of antigen. Neuroscience is a heterogeneous field which involves the structure and functions of the human brain and nervous system. It requires an integrated analysis of multiple cell types, tissues, and organs.  Antibodies based approaches are used for isolation.
 
Increasing demand for high-quality antibodies due to discovery of new potential drug target, signaling molecules, and structural protein in the brain, availability of antibody-based biomarker detection reagent for numerous cell and tissue types, and growing recognition of the role of anti-brain specific autoantibodies in human diseases are some of the factors which are likely to propel the global neuroscience antibodies and assays market during the forecast period. However, stringent regulatory authorities and reported cases of adverse immune response against antibodies from different source in certain people are anticipated to impact the global neuroscience antibodies and assays market. Customized antibodies for personalized treatment and diagnosis of neurological disorders is a new trend which is likely to boost the growth of the market.
 
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The global neuroscience antibodies and assays market can be categorized based on product type, indication, technology, end-user, and region. On the basis of product type, the market can be divided into consumables and instruments. The consumable segment can be sub-divided into reagents (media & sera, stains & dyes, fixatives, buffers, solvents, probes, enzymes, proteins, and peptides), antibodies (primary antibodies, secondary antibodies, and assay. The instruments segment can be further categorized into microplate readers, immunoassay analyzers, and others. 

Based on indication, the global neuroscience antibodies and assays market can be segmented into Alzheimer's disease, Parkinson's disease, Multiple sclerosis (MS), prion disease, Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), and others. According to Alzheimer's disease International, 46.5 million people were estimated to be suffering from dementia in 2015. Alzheimer's disease is the leading segment of the market, expected to propel the growth of neuroscience antibodies and assays market as it is one of the highly prevailing neurological disorders in the world. In terms of technology, the market can be classified into immunochemistry, clinical chemistry, molecular diagnostics, and others. The immunochemistry segment can be further divided into enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA), western blotting, and other immunoassay technologies. On the basis of end user, the global neuroscience antibodies and assays market can be divided into hospitals, clinics, research laboratories, in vitro diagnostics labs, and others. Research laboratories are expected to propel the growth the neuroscience antibodies and assays market during the forecast period due to increase in investment in R&D for quality assurance of neuroscience antibodies and assay kits. 

In terms of region, the global neuroscience antibodies and assays market can be segmented into North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, Latin America, and Middle East & Africa. Neurological disease is widespread all over the world, in which, North America holds the leading share of the global neuroscience antibodies and assay treatment market, followed by Europe. This can be attributed to factors, such as, growth initiatives and funding by various organizations to support the development of new treatments and assays for neurological disorders. The neuroscience antibodies and assays market in Europe is likely to exhibit significant growth due to increasing research and development activities adopted by the key market players present in the region.

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The global neuroscience antibodies and assays market is fragmented, with the presence of several large as well as emerging players. In 2017, Thermo Fisher Scientific, Abcam, Bio-Rad, and Merck KGaA were the leading players in the global neuroscience antibodies and assays market. Other major players include BioLegend, Cell Signaling Technology, F. Hoffmann-La Roche, GenScript, Rockland Immunochemicals, Santa Cruz Biotechnology, Siemens, and Tecan.

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Τα τελευταία τρία χρόνια, το ξενοδοχείο City Plaza τελεί υπό κατάληψη. Σήμερα, η ιδιοκτήτρια θέλησε να κάνει μία ακόμη προσπάθεια να πείσει τους καταληψίες να αποχωρήσουν ειρηνικά. Η προσπάθειά της, ωστόσο, έπεσε στο κενό, καθώς οι καταληψίες όχι μόνο δεν της επέτρεψαν την είσοδο, τόσο στην ίδια, όσο και στο συνεργείο του Open που τη συνόδευε, αλλά την απείλησαν, την έβρισαν, την έσπρωξαν και την έδιωξαν από την περιουσία της.


«Ποιον σπρώχνεις;», έλεγε η ιδιοκτήτρια του ξενοδοχείου στους καταληψίες, οι οποίοι της απαντούσαν: «Η κάμερα δεν μπαίνει μέσα».

Στο βίντεο του OPEN φαίνονται οι καταληψίες να μην επιτρέπουν την είσοδο στην ιδιοκτήτρια του ξενοδοχείου.



«Όποτε τολμάω να περάσω από εδώ, προπηλακίζουν, σπρώχνουν, βρίζουν», λέει η κυρία Παπαχελά και προσθέτει: «Αυτοί εδώ οι άνθρωποι που με δέρνουν και με διώχνουν, τι είναι στην περιουσία μου;».

Παρά τις τρεις εισαγγελικές εντολές και τις προσπάθειες της ιδιοκτήτριας να εκκενωθεί ο χώρος, οι καταληψίες βρίσκονται ακόμη μέσα στο χώρο του ξενοδοχείου. «Γίνεται διακίνηση ναρκωτικών, γίνεται κάποιου είδους πορνεία», καταγγέλλει και τονίζει ότι εκείνη συνεχίζει να πληρώνει ΕΝΦΙΑ και φόρους για το κτίριο, που δεν της επιτρέπεται να αξιοποιήσει.

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          Episode 228 of the Genealogy Gems Podcast with Lisa Louise Cooke      Comment   Translate Page      
The Genealogy Gems PodcastEpisode 228 April 2019 with Lisa Louise Cooke In this episode: More new feature enhancements announced by Ancestry.com Listeners Trisha and Betty share their stories with Lisa in person Lisa’s interview with Crista Cowan, The Barefoot Genealogist at Ancestry.com The Tombstone Tourist, Joy Neighbors, share 3 intriguing discoveries that she’s made while searching cemeteries Military Minutes Man Michael Strauss explores an underused genealogical treasure: women's registration cards on the home front from 1917-1918 during World War I RootsTech Film Festival semi-finalist Sydney Orton shares the touching story behind newly discovered precious audio and video tape, and how she and her sister honor their grandparent’s memories.   NEWS: Newest features announced on April 9, 2019 by Ancestry.com: Revamped User Profile Page and Improved Messaging system. Ancestry’s theory is that maximizing the features added to the Profile page will increase collaboration and responsiveness. According to Ancestry, if you’re using folders to organize your messages, you probably won’t be seeing the new version of the messaging system for another 6-8 weeks.   Mailbox: In this episode you’ll be hearing from the listener’s themselves. Trisha stopped by to visit with me at RootsTech 2019. Also, at the National Genealogical Society’s conference a few years ago Betty shared an exciting discovery she made by digging into one of my favorite free online resources: Google Books. (Premium Members: watch the Premium video Google Books: The Tool I Use Every Day and download the handout.)   Image below: Trisha Mays visits me at the Genealogy Gems booth at RootsTech 2019.     GEM: Crista Cowan, The Barefoot Genealogist   Crista has worked at Ancestry since 2004 and is best known for her Barefoot Genealogist videos at Ancestry’s YouTube channel. In this episode she shares her own personal genealogy journey, and some of the new features announced by Ancestry.com at RootsTech 2019. GEM: Joy Neighbors, The Tombstone Tourist If you’re a Genealogy Gems Premium Member you met author Joy Neighbors in Premium Podcast episode 169. Joy is a delightful national speaker, author, freelance writer, and avowed Tombstone Tourist. Joy writes the weekly cemetery culture blog, A Grave Interest which you can read at http://agraveinterest.blogspot.com  Her book, The Family Tree Cemetery Field Guide, focuses on how to locate cemetery records, what to do when you get to the cemetery, and how to understand the silent language of the stones. She also shares a few stunning family secrets along the way. In the Premium podcast episode 169 Joy and I discussed cemetery research strategies that every genealogist can use to uncover family history. In this Gem, I’ve invited Joy to share 3 very intriguing and surprising discoveries that she’s made while searching cemeteries which you can also read here. Thanks for supporting this free podcast by using our links!   GEM: Military Minutes with Michael Strauss The Council of National Defense was created by an Act of Congress based on the Army Appropriation Act passed on August 29, 1916. This agency was made up of the Secretaries of War, Navy, Interior, Agriculture, Commerce, and Labor along with an advisory commission that was later appointed by President Woodrow Wilson on October 11, 1916. Their purpose was to come together and coordinate the industries and resources of the United States for national security and general welfare and to be prepared for war.  Later on, April 21, 1917 a few short weeks after the United States entered World War I the Women's Committee of the Council for National Defense under the national council was created with suffragist Anna Howard Shaw appointed the Chairman.  As the women organized separate divisions and chapters were created in every state and groups that centered on the African-American community. When the division were formed registration, cards were filled out by women all across the United States requesting personal information. The cards not only offer genealogical details, but give a unique prospective into the social history of women in the early 20th century women move one step closer to national suffrage.     Details on the registration cards included: Name and address Age and marital status Color or race of applicant Country of birth and/or citizenship status Time applicant willing to pledge or volunteer for war effort Occupation and where and by whom employed Educational background Personal references for applicant Emergency service where volunteer willing to go and when Work experience or training to aid in the war effort Date and place of registration (wards or precincts in cities) Physical description General remarks Signed and dated registrar and assignment for war effort. An example from one of the registration cards from Grand Rapids is for Constance M. Rourke (1885-1941), born in Cleveland, Ohio.  She was an educator, a noted author, and historian.  Educated at Vassar College in New York she later moved back to Michigan after a brief teaching career, where she worked for the Board of Education in Grand Rapids.  She lived in the same house in town for the rest of her life after publishing several noteworthy books.   The national headquarters of the Women's Committee of the Council of National Defense was located at 1814 N Street NW, Washington, DC.  The building was formally the Playhouse Club and theater and owned by Washington socialite Henrietta M. Halliday (widow of Edward C. Halliday) who leased the property to the women's committee for free during World War I.  After the end of World War, I in 1918 the council continued to operate until it was dissolved in 1921.   Several collections from different states are available online to research.  One of the largest online databases comes from the Grand Rapid Public Library in Michigan.  Their database search contains 22,836 individual registration cards that are searchable by name, address, age, and occupation.  The records cover the Michigan Division of Grand Rapids for the Women's Committee for Council of National Defense.  The card indexes offer not only offer genealogical information, but provide educational background, work skills, and employment information.  Online at https://cdm16055.contentdm.oclc.org/digital/collection/p16055coll5 In Midland, Michigan another set of cards are available at the Midland Center for the Arts has in their collection registration cards that cover their county. This collection consists of 2 boxes that contain 802 total cards for area women residents.  The cards are not digitized, but have been indexed by name along with an excellent finding aid on how to access these records:  https://mcfta.pastperfectonline.com/archive/9CE77DF7-CBEA-47E8-80C7-383294794455  Another set of cards that is available comes through the courtesy of the Indiana Genealogical Society.  Less than 50,000 registration cards are known to exist in the state of Indiana. Two counties (Jasper and Miami in Indiana), have known collections of registration cards, but believe other counties in Indiana have these treasures stored away in museums, courthouses, or in other libraries that are  statewide and don't know they exist.  Anyone with more information on locations of more cards should contact them.  An excellent blog post explains help they seek: http://indgensoc.blogspot.com/2018/05/wanted-ww1-womens-defense-cards.html. Some smaller collections of online registration cards are located at the Arkansas State Archives in Little Rock.  It is under Arkansas Women's History Collection and has a finding aid online.  At this time four cards are scanned to give patrons an idea of what to expect when searching this record group.  On their website an excellent blog posting explains their records and as part of this group in Arkansas the Colored Auxiliary Council during World War I.  Both can be searched online: https://arkansascouncilofdefense.com/home   and to look at the limited number of cards: http://ahc.digital-ar.org/cdm/ref/collection/p16790coll14/id/72. Another small collection online from the University of Iowa Libraries in Iowa City, IA.  There digitized images are limited in number again to offer patron the opportunity to see what potential the records hold.  They also have scanned some of the correspondence relating to the women who belonged to the local Iowa Division.  To access their finding aids and look at the images: http://digital.lib.uiowa.edu/cdm/ref/collection/wwid/id/3300 From this list of online sources for the registration cards it appears that most are in the Midwestern part of the United States.  It is true that several states have these available online.  If the geographic area of the country of your interest isn't listed than consider looking at different state archives, libraries, museums, and other historical sites.  Searches in card catalogs, finding aid, and other sources will often be the best way to locate potential collections.  One final location that genealogists should consider comes directly from the National Archives in College Park, MD.  This is known as Archives II.  The records of the Records of the Council of National Defense (CND) which is located in Record Group 62.  Besides the registration cards the Archives has general correspondence, weekly reports of state division activity, and minutes for meeting.  The minutes are digitized on the National Archives website and offer a glimpse into the activities of women nationwide.  https://catalog.archives.gov/search?q=*:*&f.ancestorNaIds=391&sort=naIdSort%20asc&tabType=image For more information and reading about the Women's Committee for the Council of National Defense; some suggested sources: Blair, Emily Newell. The Woman's Committee United States Council of National Defense: An Interpretative Report. Washington: Government Printing Office, 1920. Online https://babel.hathitrust.org/cgi/pt?id=hvd.rslgqf;view=1up;seq=5 Breen, William J.  Uncle Sam at Home :Civilian Mobilization, Wartime Federalism, and the Council of National Defense, 1917-1919. Westport: Greenwood Press, 1984. Clarke, Ida Clyde. American Woman and the World War. New York: D. Appleton & Son, 1918. Online https://archive.org/details/americanwomenwor01clar/page/n7 Van Orsdal, Anita Anthony. “There shall be no woman slackers" The Women's Committee of the Council of National Defense and Social Welfare Activism as Home Defense, 1917-1919. 2016. Michigan State University, PhD dissertation. file:///C:/Users/Michael/Downloads/AnthonyVanOrsdal_grad.msu_0128D_14489.pdf   TECH GEM: Backup Your Computer with Backblaze Computer backup is a critical part of your genealogy research plan. Visit www.backblaze.com/Lisa   GEM: Let Me Call You Sweetheart through the Generations Sydney Orton fell in love with family history and started her research when she was 11 years old. Now at 19 years old, she is even more passionate about genealogy! I discovered Sydney one day on social media when I saw a short video she posted with her sister. Turns out she had entered the video in this year’s RootsTech Film Fest. While the video didn’t win, it won my heart because it featured an audio recording from long ago that her grandpa made for her Grandma. Because the audio from the film is so wonderful just on it’s own, I asked Sydney if I could share it with you here on the show, and she graciously agreed.   The Story Behind the Song Sydney explains: “My Grandpa and my Grandma were in love when he left to serve a mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Days Saints in Australia. They were not yet engaged, but they planned to marry each other when he came back after two years. During the months he was gone, Grandpa sent Grandma gifts like a boomerang, a stuffed Koala bear toy, and photo prints. For her birthday, Grandpa sent her audio tapes of him singing love songs, while he played the guitar. For my 14th birthday, Grandpa gave me his guitar. It was about 50 years old and I loved it. Grandpa passed away suddenly in the fall of 2017. A few days after, my Dad was going through Grandpa’s computer and found the audio. Grandpa must’ve converted it a few years ago. It was such a special experience to listen to him sing. A few months later, Grandma decided to move and she hosted a garage sale. My uncle Austin looked through the items and pulled out an unmarked, dinged up, video tape. He felt like he should take it home, so he did. He searched for a VCR player for hours before he found one. Then, he discovered what the tape contained. Footage of my Grandparents and their family! No one knew it existed. The video recorder belonged to my great grandparents, but they let their son and daughter-in-law borrow it occasionally. It was colorized, but silent, and it was beautiful. Grandma and Grandpa had a special kind of love. The kind you see in classic 1930s Hollywood movies. The kind where you never doubt that they were meant for each other. My uncle showed the rest of our family the footage during our last reunion. My aunts and uncles saw video of themselves as children for the first time! I saw my grandparents raise my Dad. It was such a gift. For Christmas, I wanted to give my Grandma something special. So, I worked with my sister to put together a video compiling the audio from Grandpa’s mission and the silent footage my uncle found. My sister learned to play the chords of “Let Me Call You Sweetheart” on Grandpa’s guitar because I couldn’t figure it out. She has a knack for just hearing music and playing it right. Together, we sang a duet with the recording from Grandpa. I mixed together the audio and edited the footage into one whole video. The video was not completed in time for Christmas, but I did finish it in time to enter the RootsTech Film Fest where it made it to the semi-finalist round. The video was imperfect, but it was just right for its purpose. And that purpose was to make my Grandma smile. I was away at college when I wanted my Grandma to see it. So my Mom went over to Grandma’s house and facetimed me while they watched it. Grandma said to me after, “I was at dinner tonight and someone was playing the piano. I listened to the music and I tried to remember what it was like to dance with Steve.” Together, we shared tears and laughter as we remembered my Grandpa, Steve Orton. I am forever grateful for the technology that made the video possible.” Follow Sydney on Twitter:  @genealogy_gal Visit Sydney’s website: www.teenfamilyhistory.weebly.com   Get MORE Genealogy Gems with the Ad-Free Premium Podcast 1 Year Membership Featuring: Premium Podcast Audio Archive (150+ episodes) Now over 50 Premium videos! New content added monthly 12 months of access No auto-renewal (you decide!)  Become a Member   Attention Genealogy Gems Podcast App Users: Don’t miss the Bonus Content in your app for this episode! Get the App Here Disclosure: As an Amazon Associate, Genealogy Gems earns from qualifying purchases you make when clicking from the links we provide. It doesn’t cost you anything extra but it helps support our free blog and podcast. Thank you!
          Xbox Achievements Need To Evolve      Comment   Translate Page      

When we first began unlocking achievements on the Xbox 360 in 2005, they offered a completely new way for you to look at a game: Now there would be a permanent record of your in-game accomplishments to show off. The console was designed to connect to the internet, so your friends could compare their games to yours and see how they stacked up. Maybe their gamerscore was higher, but they didn’t launch that gnome into space in Half-Life 2 or beat Halo 3 on Legendary. Achievements let us stand out in our own way, and they served as a showcase for our tastes and interests. With Microsoft reportedly readying a new line of consoles focused on streaming, and Google’s Stadia platform making big inroads into that market, I think it’s time to go back to the drawing board and either do away with the achievements system all together or, hopefully, introduce features that make playing games on Xbox feel vital again.

Aside from the sense of community and rivalry the achievement system established among players, they often offered an entirely new perspective on a how to play a game. Developers could implement them to incredible effect by reframing a game in a new way. You can see this in examples like Mirror’s Edge’s “Test of Faith” – which tasked players with playing the game without using guns – or driving a car to the top of the tallest building for “Roads? What Roads?” in Crackdown 3. The most generic achievements rewarded players for completing the story, but if you enjoyed the game enough to stick around after the credits, it was something truly special when developers included inventive and unique experiences tied to achievements. That still holds true today. The difference now is that as fun as the odd achievement is, I’ve also been unlocking them for almost 15 years, and the satisfaction of earning another 1,000 points just isn’t there anymore.

Hit The Reset Button

The first step I’d like to see Microsoft take when they release the upcoming “Scarlett” line of console is to completely bring everyone back to square one. While we have all grown attached to our individual gamerscores, that sense of discovery was lost when the Xbox One kept our achievements persistent. While I’d still like to see that legacy number represented somehow on my profile, I think the communal aspect of achievements has been reduced; the feature could be revitalized by bringing the entire community down to zero. This would avoid the situation the Xbox One had where people jumping into the Xbox ecosystem with the Xbox One were obviously starting from scratch, but the majority of their friends or people they met online would already have a long history on display.

Of particular significance is the fact that, while you may still be an avid Xbox fan, this generation of consoles saw a large shift in popularity toward the PlayStation 4. This means that there was a huge amount of players that may have built up a large gamerscore on their Xbox 360 only to make the switch to Sony’s console, abandoning that number. At least in my case, I owned both consoles in both generations, but I saw the PlayStation becoming my primary console this time around and my gamerscore has languished as a result. The new consoles are the perfect time to put everyone on even footing again.

The Platinum Standard

Sony introduced trophies in 2008 as its answer to Xbox’s achievement system. While that extra few years doesn’t seem like much, it was a lifetime for anyone starting from scratch. Why play the game on PlayStation and earn knock-off achievements when you could be adding to your ever-growing gamerscore? Now, more than 10 years and a whole console generation removed from that divide, Microsoft could really learn from what Sony did in 2008. One of the largest motivators to tracking down achievements was unlocking the full list – having that elusive 1,000/1,000 on your list for everyone to marvel at (or just yourself, most likely). What Sony did to set itself apart was capitalize on that feeling. When you unlock all the trophies in a game, you get a special platinum trophy to easily signify that you’ve completed that list. It turned that sense of satisfaction at a job well done into something easy to identify. They already give a special diamond icon when you unlock an achievement that is particularly rare, but if the icon were instead bolted next to the game to indicate a complete list, it would make showing off your accomplishments much simpler.

Deeper Rarity Tracking

The rarity tracking on achievements and trophies has been the best new addition to the features this generation. It makes it clearer that you did something very few have done. What could be fun on the new consoles – especially if they bring us all to zero – is to see not only how rare the achievement currently is, but also how many people unlocked it before you. You might often be the millionth person to unlock the first achievement, but when you see one that says you’re only the thousandth person, that would be a neat twist on the same concept.

Have Achievements Reach Across Games

Getting every achievement in a game is a hearty challenge at times, and can often be quite rewarding to look down your achievement list and see which games you’ve 100-percent completed. Where I think this system could grow with the new console is by tying achievements to multiple games at once. Maybe when you look at your list you’ll see the page for Rage 2, but then next to it is a list of achievements that require work in more than just that one game. You could be asked to defeat 100 enemies in both Rage 2 and Doom: Eternal as an example, and only once you’ve completed both tasks would you earn the achievement. These could be separate from the general achievement list, so you wouldn’t have to worry about buying additional games to finish a list, but it could be fun for anyone looking to squeeze a few more hours out of a game. Plus I’m sure developers could come up with some interesting ways to explore the system between their games.

Look To Nintendo’s Underused Stamps

Nintendo has always famously shied away from implementing a system-wide achievement analog, but the Wii U took the most Nintendo-like approach to them: stamps. They were only available in 14 games on the system, but were a curious addition. Stamps were hidden items inside the games themselves (in chests in Twilight Princess HD or as hidden collectibles in Super Mario 3D World), but once unlocked, they could be used on the system’s Miiverse community. So, if you found yourself posting in that community, you could spot players using stamps you hadn’t unlocked yet.

While unlocking something to communicate in an arcane message board tied to specific game communities might work for Nintendo (or not, as the Miiverse is sadly no longer around), for Xbox, the idea that games could tuck items away in the actual game spaces is fascinating. It might only serve to take you out of the experience in something like Red Dead Redemption II, but I would have loved finding a little trinket for my profile hidden somewhere inside Crackdown 3 or Devil May Cry 5.

It isn’t a perfect system for every game, but it’s better than Nintendo’s alternative: to not have an achievement system at all. Regarding the concept of achievements, IGN spoke with legendary Nintendo designer Shigeru Miyamoto about them in 2009 and he said, “I’m not a big fan of using the carrots to motivate people to play. I want people to play because they enjoy playing and want to play more.” While I understand and appreciate where he is coming from – and I don’t mind the lack of an achievement system on Switch – there is still something special about that drip of serotonin I get from completing a task and being rewarded for it.

Enter The Ubisoft Club

Ubisoft Club is something I’ve always just put up with; it primarily tied into Ubisoft games (as you’d expect) and its offerings were meek. The premise of the program was sound, though: You unlock your standard achievements, but some of them unlock “units” that players can spend on special bonuses. It could range from an upgraded weapon in Assassin’s Creed to wallpapers from The Crew, if you wanted that for some reason.

The Club’s value is questionable, but in the context of achievements – and if Microsoft were to bring back some form of digital goods as rewards – it seems completely within reason to allow you to spend some of those points in exchange for rewards. You just got 300 points in Halo Infinite? Spend some to unlock a special emblem for your profile or a mini Warthog for your avatar.

Microsoft could take it one step further and simply attach game rewards to specific achievements, so you wouldn’t need to spend points on rewards. Maybe when you unlock a particular achievement, in addition to 10 achievement points, you unlock an in-game reward like an outfit, weapon, or even concept art. Whatever developers decide to attach to these achievements, it could give developers extra ways to encourage players to approach the game in specific ways. Games could theoretically do this now but integrating it into the achievement system would give them added weight, and looking at a friend’s achievements and seeing that they earned some cool item for completing a task would be great extra incentive.

Achievement TCG

One of the weakest achievement-like features is on Steam. They function similarly to Xbox and PlayStation, but they offer little fanfare and even less of a reward in unlocking them. What is more interesting on Steam, though, are the trading cards. Steam trading cards are unlocked as you sink more time into a game up to a certain limit when you’ve reached a certain number of total cards per account. A game may have 10 total cards, but after unlocking your final card, you’ll only have roughly half of them. With your account reaching its maximum allotted cards for that game, this means you have to trade cards with other players. Because you can earn duplicates, it incentivizes that trading economy.

Being able to trade with other players would be an excellent opportunity to build that sense of community around achievements. Ideally you wouldn’t trade with players who hadn’t played the game at all, as that would defeat the purpose of these items, and, more importantly, it would eschew the real money trading economy Valve has in place for its cards. By keeping the system away from that muck, it would give players more reason to compare their achievements with friends, which was a large draw in the first place.

Better yet, to really change how these are applied, these cards could be tied into achievements in much the same way I suggested they attach in-game rewards above. You beat chapter 2? Here’s your Banjo-Kazooie card (I’m just being hopeful here). What they do with those cards then is where Microsoft really has an opportunity: I’d love to see them implement a system-level trading card game (think Hearthstone) where new cards are tied into achievements. The card game would be pre-installed on every console and to build different decks would only require you to play other games. This serves as both a great feature for people who love TCGs, but it also means that if you’re playing the card game and come up against someone with a cool Marcus Fenix card, you’ll want to play Gears of War and come back with a better deck. Plus it’s always a good idea to have a pack-in game.

Microsoft started something that felt revolutionary 15 years ago, and if it doesn’t take inspiration from its competition, then I hope it can come back with a more dramatic retooling of the experience that’s already there. I still think achievements have some legs, but I worry that if they stay exactly the same going forward, then we risk a future where achievements are merely a footnote in Xbox history.

Check out the best achievements and trophies of 2018 as well as a growing list of the easiest achievements to unlock. You can also read up on Xbox Live and achievements showing up on Switch with Microsoft and Nintendo's growing collaboration.


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In a major archaeological discovery, Egypt on Saturday unveiled the tomb of a Fifth Dynasty official adorned with colourful reliefs and well preserved inscriptions.
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          Trump confidant Roger Stone seeks full Mueller report      Comment   Translate Page      

WASHINGTON – President Donald Trump’s longtime confidant, Roger Stone, asked a federal judge Friday to compel the Justice Department to turn over a full copy of special counsel Robert Mueller’s report on the Russia investigation as part of discovery in his criminal case.

Stone has pleaded not guilty to charges he lied to Congress, engaged in witness tampering and obstructed a congressional investigation into possible coordination between Russia and Donald Trump’s 2016 presidential campaign. In a court filing late Friday night, his lawyers said Stone is entitled to see the confidential report – which was submitted to the attorney general late last month – because it would help prove their allegation that there are constitutional issues with the investigation.

In a separate action, a former aide to Stone who was subpoenaed to testify before a grand jury asked a federal appeals court to determine whether he still needs to testify now that the Russia probe has concluded.

Stone’s team also filed motions Friday night arguing he was selectively prosecuted, challenging the constitutionality of Mueller’s appointment and that the special counsel didn’t have the ability to prosecute him for lying to Congress. They allege that Congress did not formally make a referral to the Justice Department about Stone’s testimony and because of that, Mueller’s investigation was “a violation of the separation of powers.”

In court documents, the lawyers argue they are entitled to a private disclosure of the nearly 400-page report that Mueller submitted to Attorney General William Barr late last month and said they “must be allowed to review the Report in its entirety because it contains the government’s evidence and conclusions on matters essential to Stone’s defense.”

“To be clear, Stone is not requesting the Report be disclosed to the world – only to his counsel so that it may aid in preparing his defense,” the lawyers wrote.

Stone, who is set to go on trial in November, has maintained his innocence and blasted the special counsel’s investigation as politically motivated. He has pleaded not guilty to the charges, which stem from conversations he had during the campaign about WikiLeaks, the anti-secrecy group that released material stolen from Democratic groups, including Hillary Clinton’s campaign.

In a four-page letter to Congress that detailed Mueller’s “principal conclusions,” Barr said the special counsel did not find a criminal conspiracy between Russia and Trump associates during the campaign, but did not reach a definitive conclusion on whether Trump obstructed justice. Instead, Mueller presented evidence on both sides of the obstruction question, but Barr said he did not believe the evidence was sufficient to prove that Trump had obstructed justice.

Barr has said he expects to release a redacted version of Mueller’s report next week that will be sent to Congress and made public.

In the separate case, Andrew Miller, a former Stone aide, filed a petition with the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia over the subpoena he was issued in Mueller’s investigation.

Last year, Mueller’s team sought Miller’s testimony regarding Stone, WikiLeaks and the Russian government-controlled online persona Guccifer 2.0, which was used to release hacked material during the 2016 election. But Miller challenged his grand jury subpoena, arguing that Mueller’s appointment was unconstitutional.

Earlier this year a three-judge panel of the court upheld the special counsel’s appointment and a contempt order intended to force Miller to testify.

In the new petition, Miller’s attorney, Paul Kamenar, argued that the matter now appears to be moot because Stone has been indicted and like “Cinderella’s carriage that turned into a pumpkin at midnight, special counsel Mueller’s authority expired.”

Kamenar is now asking the court to have the government formally say whether it will still pursue Miller’s testimony. If that’s the case, Kamenar is asking for a rehearing of the case. He said in a statement that he will take the fight to the Supreme Court if necessary.

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Read the petition: http://apne.ws/rQRdegR


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The remains of the animal were discovered in Orkney and are more than 4,000 years old.
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          Deep learning tests billions of graphene combos in 2 days | Artificial Intelligence - Futurity: Research News      Comment   Translate Page      
Researchers are applying one of the first uses of deep learning to the field of materials science.

Deep learning refers to the technology computers use to intelligently perform tasks such as recognizing language and driving autonomous vehicles, inform Eric Stann, Research News Strategist at News Bureau - University of Missouri.


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Discovering how atoms—such as a single layer of carbon atoms found in graphene, one of the world’s strongest materials—work to create a solid material is currently a major research topic in the field of materials science, or the design and discovery of new materials.

“You can train a computer to do what it would take many years for people to otherwise do,” says lead researcher Yuan Dong, a research assistant professor of mechanical and aerospace engineering at the University of Missouri. “This is a good starting point.”
Dong worked with Jian Lin, an assistant professor of mechanical and aerospace engineering, to determine if there was a way to predict the billions of possibilities of material structures created when non-carbon atoms replace certain carbon atoms in graphene...

Researchers envision future uses of this artificial intelligence assistive technology in designing many different graphene related or other two-dimensional materials. These materials could be applied to the construction of LED televisions, touch screens, smartphones, solar cells, missiles, and explosive devices.
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Original Study- DOI: 10.1038/s41524-019-0165-4 

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          Troian Bellisario is Clara in Official Trailer for Astronomy Drama 'Clara'      Comment   Translate Page      
"I've always had the feeling that the universe can still surprise us." Screen Media has debuted an official trailer for the indie drama Clara, which premiered at the Toronto and Sitges Film Festivals last year. This indie relationship drama is about a hard-headed astronomy named Dr. Isaac Bruno, played by Patrick J. Adams, who is searching for life out in the universe. One day he meets an impressive artist named Clara, and their connection changes him forever, leading them both on a profound discovery within the cosmos. Troian Bellisario co-stars as Clara, along with Will Bowes, Jennifer Dale, Ennis Esmer, Gabrielle Graham, and Kristen Hager. This film reminds me quite a bit of I Origins, but with an eye on the cosmos above all else. It's a smart, lovely, fascinating film that I would describe as an indie gem worth discovering. Here's the first official US trailer (+ poster) for Akash Sherman's Clara, direct from YouTube: Clara tells the story of Isaac ...
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Molti conoscono Dplay, il servizio di streaming gratuito di Discovery, nato nel 2015. A questo si aggiunge Dplay Plus, un’area...
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          red coral silver earrings. GO BOLDLY. blue ceramic ring earrings. chain dangle earrings. beach earrings. unique earrings. sassy earrings. by StoneSavvyJewelry      Comment   Translate Page      

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Pinterest’s 184-plus page S-1 had a surprise or two about the online image discovery company.

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          Simon Says Two Years After Spoliation is Discovered is Too Late for Sanctions: eDiscovery Case Law      Comment   Translate Page      
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           Comment on STAR TREK: DISCOVERY Review — ‘Such Sweet Sorrow’ by Tim Clodfelter       Comment   Translate Page      
Apparently. Mine is on CBSAA and it’s awesome. Yours might be the one the Family Guy dude did with dick jokes and Seinfeld references.
           Comment on STAR TREK: DISCOVERY Review — ‘Such Sweet Sorrow’ by Partha Mittra       Comment   Translate Page      
Agreed,Control may well find a way to possibly evolve even without the Sphere data. When told that they would not come back I believe that Saru said something to the effect that when the joined Starfleet they and their loved ones knew they might not come back. I get the sense that this is a last ditch maneuver. IMHO they actually have no idea what will happen and seem to believe that it will not work (otherwise why send the final letters to their loved ones). That is what is the sacrifice of a few if it saves many, even if its against long long odds.
           Comment on STAR TREK: DISCOVERY Review — ‘Such Sweet Sorrow’ by Corylea       Comment   Translate Page      
I adore "Journey to Babel" and watch it ridiculously frequently. :-)
           Comment on STAR TREK: DISCOVERY Review — ‘Such Sweet Sorrow’ by Corylea       Comment   Translate Page      
But the CHARACTERS don't know what Michael Chabon said. The characters don't know if they'll be able to send the sphere data to the future or if sending it there will prevent Control from carrying out his plans. Michael's mother is 950 years in the future, and AI's don't age and die. Even if they do manage to get the sphere data to the future, and even if that prevents Control from becoming fully sentient <i>now</i> (though he's acting an awful lot like a sentient creature at the moment), Control still has nearly a thousand years to play with. He could well figure it out himself, given all that time. And so I say that although the writers and the audience have a lot of information that suggests that it will all be okay, the <i>characters</i> don't have that information. To the characters, this is a desperate gamble that might not work.
           Comment on STAR TREK: DISCOVERY Review — ‘Such Sweet Sorrow’ by iMike       Comment   Translate Page      
Good point there. Clearly I need to rewatch that episode, I didn't recall it being that long since they had interacted as father and son.
           Comment on STAR TREK: DISCOVERY Review — ‘Such Sweet Sorrow’ by Partha Mittra       Comment   Translate Page      
Actually they were going to the future to prevent the extinction of all sentient life in the galaxy. Also in the Short Trek Calypso we see that in the 33rd century both humans (Craft) and the Federation (called the V'draysh,confirmed by the writer Michael Chabon) still exist. So I guess the idea is that this is a last ditch effort to avoid the future that Dr. Burnham saw in 950 years in the future. From the memory Alpha page for V'draysh "The writer of "Calyps", Michael Chabon, confirmed on Instagram that "V'draysh" is a syncope (a type of distortion) of "Federation".
           Comment on STAR TREK: DISCOVERY Review — ‘Such Sweet Sorrow’ by Corylea       Comment   Translate Page      
Yes, but <i>the characters don't know that.</i> It's bad writing to have your characters take into consideration things that they couldn't know, such as the fact that Spock will be around to serve with Kirk in 2266. :-) At this moment in time, as far as the <i>characters</i> know, sending the sphere data to the future is a desperate gamble. Even withOUT the sphere data, Control is very, very powerful and seems poised to take over anything he wants to take over. Given a thousand years to play with, Control could well figure out for itself the way to become fully sentient. The characters don't know if sending the sphere data to the future is going to work! And even if it does, the present is in pretty bad shape because Control is <i>already</i> quite powerful.
           Comment on Design Secrets of DISCOVERY’s New USS Enterprise Bridge by The Science Fiction Oracle       Comment   Translate Page      
I just know that in many of the teams I have been on over the years in my profession, particularly in since 2000, good natured ribbing and light sarcasm on each other, including with the managers, is part of what makes for a happy team given the long hours everyone puts in. Now that's not to say I haven't experienced an a-hole manager or two, or also noticed some team members who get over-sensitive when the ribbing is directed at them.
           Comment on STAR TREK: DISCOVERY Review — ‘Such Sweet Sorrow’ by Corylea       Comment   Translate Page      
Amanda tells Kirk that the situation between Spock and Sarek has kept them from speaking as father and son for 18 years. She also tells Kirk that Sarek disagreed with Spock's joining Starfleet because he believes that peace should not depend on force. The clear implication is that Sarek disowned Spock for joining Starfleet and that this situation continued unchanged for 18 years.
           Comment on STAR TREK: DISCOVERY Review — ‘Such Sweet Sorrow’ by iMike       Comment   Translate Page      
There are a lot of things we don't know. We don't know how long Discovery will spend in the future; they're going to have to find a way to come back, especially if they end up taking Spock and Georgiou with them. Spock hast to get back to the Enterprise at some point, and Georgiou is going to need to be around for the launch of the S31 series. Discovery may be in the future for the entire third season, and find a way back at the end, or they may only be in the future for a short period of time. Also, if they succeed in keeping the tech out of Control's reach, the future that Dr. Burnham described would not exist. Kurtzman has said something big will happen at the end of the season; he did not say the Discovery crew would be stuck in the future forever.
          Scientists have unveiled the first ever picture of a black hole in groundbreaking discovery - The Sun      Comment   Translate Page      
  1. Scientists have unveiled the first ever picture of a black hole in groundbreaking discovery  The Sun
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          90 keywords, English, Russian, French, German, Chinese. Publications of Sergei Ostroumov, environmental science, ecotoxicology, aquatic toxicology, ecology, biology, updated 13.04.2019, with addition of other languages: Portuguese, Spanish, Arabic; https://5bio5.blogspot.com/2019/04/90.html      Comment   Translate Page      
repost with additions,
90 keywords, English, Russian, French, German, Chinese. Publications of Sergei Ostroumov, environmental science, ecotoxicology, aquatic toxicology, ecology, biology,
updated 13.04.2019, with addition of other languages: Portuguese, Spanish, Arabic;


https://5bio5.blogspot.com/2019/04/90.html

previous draft:

https://5bio5.blogspot.com/2017/07/90.html

English and French 89 keywords:
http://5bio5.blogspot.com/2016/06/repost-english-french-keywords.html;

keywords 1-89:
http://5bio5.blogspot.com/2016/06/english-french-keywordspubications-of.html;
**
These publications:

347 files, journal articles (numbered), the list with links, environmental science, ecology, water, biology, S.A.Ostroumov, on ResearchGate; 13.04.2019;
https://5bio5.blogspot.com/2019/04/348.html ;

370 publications, environmental science, biology: https://www.researchgate.net/publication/318133474;
https://5bio5.blogspot.com/2017/07/370_12.html;


Links to 181 full texts of articles, books; https://www.researchgate.net/publication/303911418; environmental science, ecotoxicology, aquatic toxicology, ecology, membranes, bioenergetics, biology, in English, in Russian,
187 full texts of articles, books, on environmental science, ecotoxicology, aquatic toxicology, ecology, membranes, bioenergetics, biology, in English, in Russian, экология, окружающая среда, водная токсикология, экотоксикология,
http://5bio5.blogspot.com/2016/05/full-texts-of-articles-books-on.html

**




English keywords 1-90: for
the publications: 
347 files, journal articles (numbered), the list with links, environmental science, ecology, water, biology, S.A.Ostroumov, on ResearchGate; 13.04.2019;
https://5bio5.blogspot.com/2019/04/348.html ;

370 publications, environmental science, biology: https://www.researchgate.net/publication/318133474;
https://5bio5.blogspot.com/2017/07/370_12.html;



1 environmental,
2 science,
3. ecology,
4 nature conservation,
5 water,
6 ecotoxicology,
7 toxicology,
8 water resources,
9 water quality,
10 scientific discovery,
11.  best, top publications,
12 university education,
13 sustainable development, sustainability,
14 ecological systems, ecosystem,
15 control of chemical pollution.
16. best university in Russia,
17 removal of toxic substances / chemicals,
18 biology,
19. bacteria,
20. prokaryotes,
21. cyanobacteria,
22. algae,
23. green algae,
24. diatom algae,
25. flagellates,
26. euglens (Euglena),
27. phytoplankton algae,
28. soil algae,
29. zooplankton,
30. plankton crustaceans,
31. daphnia,
32. leeches, medicinal leech,
33. annelids (Hirudo medicinalis),
34. molluscs,
35. bivalve, bivalves,
36. freshwater mussel,(e.g., Unio sp.),
37. marine mussel (e.g., Mytilus edulis),
38. oysters,
39. unionids (Unio sp.),
40. filter-feeders (invertebrates that filter water),
41. pond snail (Lymnaea stagnalis),
42. suspension feeders,
43. higher plants;

44. macrophytes;

45.aquatic plants;

46.submerged, free-floating aquatic plant,

47.elodea (aquatic higher plant),

48.parrot feather watermilfoil ( aquatic higher plant Myriophyllum aquaticum),

49. hornwort (aquatic higher plant Ceratophyllum demersum),

50. pistia (aquatic higher plant),

51.plant seedlings,

52. rice, Oryza sativa,

53.white mustard (Sinapis alba),

54. buckwheat (Fagopyrum esculentum),

55. curled pondweed, or curly-leaf pondweed (Potamogeton crispus),

56. nanoparticles,

57.heavy metals,

58. copper,

59. lead (metal),

60. cadmium,

61. zinc,

62.rare earth elements,

63. gold,

64. uranium,

65. synthetic surfactants,

66. detergents,

67. laundry detergents,

68. shampoo,

69.water treatment (making waste water clear and pure),

70.water self-purification in aquatic ecosystems,

71.water filtration,

72. sorption,

73. biosorption,

74. biomass,

75.organic matter,

76. detritus,

77.pellets (organic material excreted by invertebrate animals),

78. biosphere,

79. hazards, environmental hazards,

80. bioassay, biological text, testing,

81. remediation,

83. phytoremediation,

84. biodiversity,

85. biota,

86. non-animal toxicity testing, research without use of animals,

87.acceptable loads of pollutants,

88. anthropogenic,

89.innovative environmental biotechnology,

90. protection of environment,

**

**

Russian keywords (1-90) for
the publications: 
347 files, journal articles (numbered), the list with links, environmental science, ecology, water, biology, S.A.Ostroumov, on ResearchGate; 13.04.2019;
https://5bio5.blogspot.com/2019/04/348.html ;


1) экологические,
2) науки об окружающей среде,
3) экология,
4) охрана природы,
5) вода,
6) экотоксикология,
7) токсикология,
8) водные ресурсы,
9) качество воды,
10) научное открытие,
11) лучшие публикации,
12) высшее образование,
13) устойчивое развитие, устойчивость,
14) экологические системы, экосистемы,
15) контроль за химическим загрязнением.
16) лучший университет в России,
17) удаление токсичных веществ / химических веществ,
18) биология,
19) бактерии,
20) прокариоты,
21) цианобактерии,
22) водоросли,
23) зеленые водоросли,
24) диатомовые водоросли,
25) жгутиковые,
26) эвглены (Euglena),
27) водоросли фитопланктона,
28) почвенные водоросли,
29) зоопланктон (Cladocera, коловратки)
30) планктонные ракообразные,
31) дафния,
32) пиявки, лекарственные пиявки,
33) аннелиды (Hirudo medicinalis),
34) моллюски,
35) двустворчатые моллюски,
36) пресноводные моллюски, перловицы (например, Unio sp.),
37) морская мидия (например, Mytilus edulis),
38) устрицы,
39) моллюски-униониды (Unio sp.),
40) фильтраторы,
41) прудовик (Lymnaea stagnalis),
42) фильтраторы,
43) высшие растения;
44) макрофиты;
45) водные растения;
46) погруженное, свободноплавающее водное растение,
47) элодея,
48) водное растение Myriophyllum aquaticum,
49) роголистник (водное высшее растение Ceratophyllum demersum),
50) пистия,
51) проростки растений,
52) рис,
53) белая горчица (Sinapis alba),
54) гречиха (Fagopyrum esculentum),
55) рдест (Potamogeton crispus),
56) наночастицы,
57) тяжелые металлы,
58) медь,
59) свинец,
60) кадмий,
61) цинк,
62) редкоземельные элементы,
63) золото,
64) уран,
65) синтетические поверхностно-активные вещества, ПАВ,
66) моющие средства,
67) стиральные порошки,
68) шампунь,
69) очистка воды (очистка и очистка сточных вод),
70) самоочищение воды, в водных экосистемах,
71) фильтрация воды,
72) сорбция,
73) биосорбция,
74) биомасса,
75) органическое вещество,
76) детрит,
77) пеллеты (комочки органического материала, выделяемые беспозвоночными животными),
78) биосфера,
79) опасность, экологическая опасность,
80) биотест, биотестирование,
81) ремедиация, восстановление, улучшение качества среды,
83) фиторемедиация,
84) биоразнообразие,
85) биота,
86) тестирование токсичности без использования животных,
87) приемлемые нагрузки загрязнителей, допустимые нагрузки загрязняющих веществ,
88) антропогенные,
89) инновационная экологическая биотехнология,
90) защита окружающей среды,

**

French keywords (43-89):
for
the publications: 
347 files, journal articles (numbered), the list with links, environmental science, ecology, water, biology, S.A.Ostroumov, on ResearchGate; 13.04.2019;
https://5bio5.blogspot.com/2019/04/348.html ;

370 publications, environmental science, biology: https://www.researchgate.net/publication/318133474;
https://5bio5.blogspot.com/2017/07/370_12.html;

Les plantes supérieures,

Les macrophytes,

Les plantes aquatiques,

Plante aquatique submergée, plant aquatique flottante,

l'élodée,

-

plante aquatique qui a des feuilles fourchues,

laitue d'eau,

les semis, les jeunes plantes,

du riz (Oryza sativa),

moutarde blanche, sénevé, sanve,

blé noir, sarrasin,

plante d'etang à feuilles ondulées,

nanoparticules,

métaux lourds,

cuivre,

plomb,

cadmium,

zinc,

éléments terrestres rares,

l'or,

l'uranium,

surfactant synthétique, agents tensioactif synthétique,

détergent,

les produits destinés à la lessive,

shampoing,

traitement des eaux,

auto-purification des eaux dans les écosystèmes aquatiques,

la filtration d'eau, filtrage de l'eau,

la sorption,

la biosorption,

biomasse,

matière organique,

détritus,

excrément, granulés,

biosphère,

hasards, risques, dangers,

essaie biologique, bioessaie,

réhabilitation, remettre en état,

la phytorégénération , la phyto-restauration,

la biodiversité,

la biote,

des tests de toxicité non-animaux,

niveaux/charges acceptables de polluants,

anthropique, d'origine humaine,

une biotechonologie environnemental inovatrice,

**


German keywords (1-90):


for
the publications: 
347 files, journal articles (numbered), the list with links, environmental science, ecology, water, biology, S.A.Ostroumov, on ResearchGate; 13.04.2019;
https://5bio5.blogspot.com/2019/04/348.html ;

370 publications, environmental science, biology: https://www.researchgate.net/publication/318133474;
https://5bio5.blogspot.com/2017/07/370_12.html;


1 umwelt-, Umwelt,
2 Wissenschaft,
3 ökologie,
4 Naturschutz,
5 Wasser,
6 Ökotoxikologie,
7 toxikologie,
8 Wasserressourcen,
9 Wasserqualität,
10 wissenschaftliche Entdeckung,
11 am besten, top publikationen,
12 Hochschulausbildung,
13 nachhaltige Entwicklung, Nachhaltigkeit,
14 ökologische Systeme, Ökosystem,
15 Kontrolle der chemischen Verschmutzung.
16 beste Universität in Russland,
17 Beseitigung von toxischen Stoffen / Chemikalien,
18 biologie,
19. Bakterien,
20. prokaryoten,
21. Cyanobakterien,
22. Algen,
23. grüne Algen,
24. Diatomeenalgen,
25. Flagellaten,
26. euglens (Euglena),
27. phytoplanktonalgen,
28. Bodenalgen,
29. zooplankton,
30. plankton krebstiere,
31. daphnien,
32. Blutegel, medizinischer Blutegel,
33. annelids (Hirudo medicinalis),
34. Weichtiere,
35. Muscheln, Muscheln,
36. Frischwasser-Muschel, z.B. Unio sp.),
37. Meeresmuschel (z.B. Mytilus edulis),
38. Austern,
39. unionids (Unio sp.),
40. Filterförderer,
41. Teichschnecke (Lymnaea stagnalis),
42. Aufhängevorrichtungen,

43. höhere Pflanzen;
44.Makrophyten;
45.aquatische Pflanzen;
46. ​​fließend, frei schwimmende Wasserpflanze,
47.elodea,
48.Produktfederwassermilfoil (aquatische höhere Pflanze Myriophyllum aquaticum),
49.Hornwort (aquatische höhere Pflanze Ceratophyllum demersum),
50.pistia,
51.pflanze Sämlinge,
52.Reis Oryza sativa,
53.weisser Senf (Sinapis alba),
54. Buchweizen (Fagopyrum esculentum),
55.curled pondweed, oder curly-leaf pondweed (Potamogeton crispus),
56.nanopartikel,
57. Schafmetalle,
58.Kupfer,
59. Blei , Pb,
60.Kadmium,
61.zink,
62.rare erdelemente,
63. gold,
64.uranium,
65.synthetische tenside,
66.detergenzien,
67.Waschmittel,
68.Shampoo,
69.Wasserbehandlung (Abfallwasser klar und rein),
70.wasser-Selbstreinigung in aquatischen Ökosystemen,
71.Wasserfiltration,
72.Sorption,
73.Biosorption,
74.biomasse,
75.organische materie,
76.detritus,
77. Pellets (organisches Material, das von wirbellosen Tieren ausgeschieden wird),
78.biosphäre,
79. Gefahren,
80.Bioassay,
81.remediation,
83.phytoremediation,
84.Biodiversität,
85.biota,
86.non-Tier-Toxizitätstests,
87.akzeptable Lasten von Schadstoffen,
88.anthropogene,
89.innovative Umweltbiotechnologie,
90. Schutz der Umwelt,
**

Chinese keywords (1-90)

for
the publications: 
347 files, journal articles (numbered), the list with links, environmental science, ecology, water, biology, S.A.Ostroumov, on ResearchGate; 13.04.2019;
https://5bio5.blogspot.com/2019/04/348.html ;

370 publications, environmental science, biology: https://www.researchgate.net/publication/318133474;
https://5bio5.blogspot.com/2017/07/370_12.html;

1)环保,
2)科学,
3)生态学,
4)自然保护,
5)水,
6)生态毒理学,
7)毒理学,
8)水资源,
9)水质,
10)科学发现,
11)最好的,顶级的出版物,
12)大学教育,
13)可持续发展,可持续发展,
14)生态系统,生态系统,
15)控制化学污染。
16)俄罗斯最好的大学,
17)去除有毒物质/化学品,
18)生物学,
19)细菌,
20)原核生物,
21)蓝细菌,
22)藻类,
23)绿藻,
24)硅藻,
25)鞭毛虫,
26)优子(Euglena),
27)浮游植物藻类,
28)土壤藻类,
29)浮游动物(Cladocera,rotifers)
30)浮游生物甲壳类动物,
31)水蚤,
32)水蛭,药用水蛭,
33)天竺葵(Hirudo medicinalis),
34)软体动物,
35)双壳类,双壳类,
36)淡水贻贝(例如Unio sp。),
37)海洋贻贝(例如Mytilus edulis),
38)牡蛎,
39)联合会(Unio sp。),
40)过滤器,
41)池塘蜗牛(Lymnaea stagnalis),
42)悬挂供料器,

43)高等植物;
44)大型植物;
45)水生植物;
46)淹没,自由浮动的水生植物,
47)elodea,
48)鹦鹉羽毛水蛭(水生植物Myriophyllum aquaticum),
49)黄芪(水生高等植物Ceratophyllum demersum),
50)
51)植物幼苗,
52)水稻,
53)白芥(Sinapis alba),
54)荞麦(Fagopyrum esculentum),
55)卷曲的池塘草或卷曲的池塘草(Potamogeton crispus),
56)纳米颗粒,
57)重金属,
58)铜,
59)铅,
60)镉,
61)锌,
62)稀土元素,
63)金,
64)铀,
65)合成表面活性剂,
66)洗涤剂,
67)衣物洗涤剂,
68)洗发水,
69)水处理(使废水清净纯净),
70)水生态系统中的水自净化,
71)水过滤,
72)吸附,
73)生物吸附,
74)生物量,
75)有机物,
76)碎屑,
77)颗粒(无脊椎动物排泄的有机物质),
78)生物圈,
79)危害,
80)生物测定,
81)补救,
83)植物修复,
84)生物多样性,
85)生物群,
86)非动物毒性试验,
87)可接受的污染物负荷,
88)人为,
89)创新环保生物技术,
90)保护环境,

**
Portuguese
palavras-chave 1-90: para
as publicações:
347 arquivos, artigos de periódicos (numerados), lista com links, ciência ambiental, ecologia, água, biologia, S.A.Ostroumov, no ResearchGate; 13/04/2019;
https://5bio5.blogspot.com/2019/04/348.html ;

370 publicações, ciências ambientais, biologia: https://www.researchgate.net/publication/318133474 ;
https://5bio5.blogspot.com/2017/07/370_12.html;


1 ambiental,
2 ciência,
3 ecologia,
4 conservação da natureza,
5 água,
6 ecotoxicologia,
7 toxicologia,
8 recursos hídricos,
9 qualidade da água,
10 descoberta científica,
11 melhores, melhores publicações,
12 ensino universitário,
13 desenvolvimento sustentável, sustentabilidade,
14 sistemas ecológicos, ecossistema,
15 controle de poluição química.
16 melhor universidade na Rússia,
17 remoção de substâncias tóxicas / produtos químicos,
18 biologia,
19. bactérias
20. procariontes,
21. cianobactérias,
22. algas,
23. algas verdes,
24. algas diatomáceas,
25. flagelados,
26. euglens (Euglena),
27. Algas do fitoplâncton,
28. algas do solo,
29. zooplâncton,
30. crustáceos de plâncton,
31. daphnia,
32. sanguessugas, sanguessuga medicinal,
33. anelídeos (Hirudo medicinalis),
34. moluscos,
35. bivalves, bivalves,
36. mexilhão de água doce, (por exemplo, Unio sp.),
37. mexilhão marinho (por exemplo, Mytilus edulis),
38. ostras,
39. unionids (Unio sp.),
40. alimentadores de filtro,
41. caracol da lagoa (Lymnaea stagnalis),
42. alimentadores de suspensão,
43. plantas superiores;

44.macrófitas;

45. plantas aquáticas;

46. ​​planta aquática flutuante, submersa,

47.elodea,

48.filme de penas de papagaio (planta aquática Myriophyllum aquaticum),

49.hornwort (planta aquática superior Ceratophyllum demersum),

50.pistia,

51. mudas de plantas,

52.Orice Oryza sativa,

53. mostarda branca (Sinapis alba),

54. Trigo mourisco (Fagopyrum esculentum),

55. erva-de-serra enrolada ou erva-de-folhas-de-folhas-cacheadas (Potamogeton crispus),

56.nanopartículas,

57. metais pesados,

58.copper,

59.lead,

60.cádmio,

61.zinc,

62. elementos de terras raras,

63. ouro,

64.urânio,

65. surfactantes sintéticos,

66.detergentes,

67. detergentes para roupa,

68 shampoo,

69. tratamento com água (tornar as águas residuais límpidas e puras),

70. auto-purificação de água em ecossistemas aquáticos,

71. filtração de água,

72.sorção,

73.biosorption,

74.biomassa,

75. matéria orgânica,

76.detritus,

77.Pellets (material orgânico excretado por animais invertebrados),

78.biosfera,

79.hazards,

80.bioassay,

81.remediação,

83.phytoremediation,

84. biodiversidade,

85.biota,

86. testes de toxicidade animal, pesquisa sem uso de animais,

87. cargas aceitáveis ​​de poluentes,

88. antropogênico,

89. biotecnologia ambiental inovadora,

90. proteção do meio ambiente,


**
Spanish
palabras clave 1-90: para
las publicaciones:
347 archivos, artículos de revistas (numerados), la lista con enlaces, ciencias ambientales, ecología, agua, biología, S.A.Ostroumov, en ResearchGate; 13.04.2019;
https://5bio5.blogspot.com/2019/04/348.html;

370 publicaciones, ciencias ambientales, biología: https://www.researchgate.net/publication/318133474;
https://5bio5.blogspot.com/2017/07/370_12.html;


1 ambiental,
2 ciencia
3. ecología,
4 conservación de la naturaleza,
5 agua,
6 ecotoxicología,
7 toxicología,
8 recursos hídricos,
9 calidad del agua,
10 descubrimientos científicos,
11 mejores, mejores publicaciones,
12 educación universitaria,
13 desarrollo sostenible, sostenibilidad,
14 sistemas ecológicos, ecosistema,
15 control de la contaminación química.
16 mejores universidades de Rusia,
17 eliminación de sustancias tóxicas / productos químicos,
18 biología,
19. bacterias,
20. procariotas,
21. cianobacterias,
22. las algas,
23. las algas verdes,
24. las algas diatomeas,
25. flagelados,
26. euglens (Euglena),
27. algas fitoplanctónicas,
28. algas del suelo,
29. zooplancton,
30. los crustáceos del plancton,
31. dafnia,
32. sanguijuelas, sanguijuelas medicinales,
33. los anélidos (Hirudo medicinalis),
34. moluscos,
35. bivalvos, bivalvos,
36. mejillón de agua dulce, (por ejemplo, Unio sp.),
37. mejillón marino (por ejemplo, Mytilus edulis),
38. ostras,
39. sindicalistas (Unio sp.),
40. alimentadores de filtro,
41. caracol de estanque (Lymnaea stagnalis),
42. alimentadores de suspensión,
43. plantas superiores;

44.macrofitos;

45. Plantas acuáticas;

46. ​​Planta acuática sumergida y flotante,

47.elodea,

48.parrot feather watermilfoil (planta acuática superior Myriophyllum aquaticum),

49.Hornwort (planta acuática superior Ceratophyllum demersum),

50.pistia,

51. Plantar plántulas,

52. el arroz, oryza sativa,

53. mostaza blanca (Sinapis alba),

54. trigo sarraceno (Fagopyrum esculentum),

55. algas encrespadas, o algas rizadas (Potamogeton crispus),

56. nanopartículas,

57. metales pesados,

58.cobre,

59. plomo,

60.cadmio,

61.zinc,

62. elementos de las tierras raras,

63. oro,

64.uranio,

65. tensioactivos sintéticos,

66.detergentes,

67. detergentes para la ropa,

68. champú,

69. Tratamiento del agua (haciendo que las aguas residuales sean claras y puras).

70. Autodepuración del agua en ecosistemas acuáticos.

71. filtración de agua,

72. sorción,

73.biosorción,

74. biomasa,

75. materia organica,

76.detritus,

77. boletos (material orgánico excretado por animales invertebrados),

78.biosfera,

79. peligrosas,

80.bioassay,

81.remediación,

83.la erradicación,

84.biodiversidad,

85.biota,

86. Ensayos de toxicidad en animales, investigación sin uso de animales,

87. cargas aceptables de contaminantes,

88.antropogénico,

89. La biotecnología ambiental innovadora,

90. protección del medio ambiente,


**
Arabic
الكلمات الرئيسية 1-90: ل
المنشورات:
347 ملفًا ، ومقالات في مجلة (مُرقمة) ، والقائمة ذات الروابط ، والعلوم البيئية ، والبيئة ، والمياه ، والبيولوجيا ، S.A.Ostroumov ، على ResearchGate ؛ 2019/4/13.
https://5bio5.blogspot.com/2019/04/348.html؛

370 منشورًا ، علوم البيئة ، علم الأحياء: https://www.researchgate.net/publication/318133474؛
https://5bio5.blogspot.com/2017/07/370_12.html.


1 البيئية ،
2 العلم ،
3. البيئة ،
4 الحفاظ على الطبيعة ،
5 ماء ،
6 السموم البيئية ،
7 علم السموم ،
8 موارد مائية ،
9 جودة المياه ،
10 اكتشاف علمي ،
11. أفضل ، أعلى المنشورات ،
12 التعليم الجامعي ،
13 التنمية المستدامة ، والاستدامة ،
14 النظم البيئية ، النظام البيئي ،
15 مكافحة التلوث الكيميائي.
16. أفضل جامعة في روسيا ،
17 إزالة المواد السامة / المواد الكيميائية ،
18 علم الأحياء ،
19. البكتيريا ،
20. بدائيات النوى
21. البكتيريا الزرقاء
22. الطحالب ،
23. الطحالب الخضراء ،
24. الطحالب المشطورة ،
25. جلديات ،
26. يوجينز (يوجلينا) ،
27. الطحالب النباتية
28. الطحالب التربة ،
29. العوالق الحيوانية ،
30. قشريات العوالق
31. دافنيا ،
32. العلق ، علقة الطبية ،
33. annelids (Hirudo medicinalis) ،
34. الرخويات ،
35. ذوات الصدفتين ، ذوات الصدفتين ،
36. بلح البحر العذب ، (على سبيل المثال ، Unio sp.) ،
37. بلح البحر (على سبيل المثال ، Mytilus edulis) ،
38. المحار ،
39. النقابات (Unio sp.) ،
40. مرشح مغذيات ،
41. بركة الحلزون (Lymnaea stagnalis) ،
42. مغذيات تعليق ،
43. النباتات العليا ؛

44. الماكروفيت.

45. النباتات المائية.

46. ​​النباتات المائية الغاطسة ، العائمة ،

47.لوديا (النبات العالي المائي) ،

48. البطيخ ريشة البطيخ (المائية أعلى نبات Myriophyllum aquaticum) ،

49. hornwort (النباتات المائية العليا Ceratophyllum demersum) ،

50. pistia (النباتات المائية العليا) ،

51. شتلات الزرع ،

52. أوريسا ساتيفا ،

53. الخردل الأبيض (سينابيس ألبا) ،

54. الحنطة السوداء (Fagopyrum esculentum) ،

55. عشب البركة المجعد ، أو عشب البركة المجعد (Potamogeton crispus) ،

56. الجسيمات النانوية ،

57. المعادن الثقيلة ،

58. النحاس ،

59. الرصاص (المعدن) ،

60. الكادميوم ،

61. الزنك ،

62. العناصر الأرضية النادرة ،

63. الذهب ،

64. اليورانيوم ،

65. السطحي الاصطناعية ،

66. المنظفات ،

67. منظفات الغسيل ،

68. شامبو ،

69 معالجة المياه (جعل مياه الصرف الصحي واضحة ونقية) ،

70. تنقية المياه الذاتية في النظم الإيكولوجية المائية ،

71.ترشيح المياه ،

72. الامتصاص ،

73. الامتصاص الحيوي ،

74. الكتلة الحيوية ،

75. مسألة عضوية ،

76. المخلفات ،

77. الكريات (المواد العضوية التي تفرزها الحيوانات اللافقارية) ،

78. المحيط الحيوي ،

79. الأخطار ، المخاطر البيئية ،

80. اختبار حيوي ، نص بيولوجي ، اختبار ،

81. العلاج ،

83. المعالجة النباتية ،

84. التنوع البيولوجي ،

85. الكائنات الحية ،

86. اختبار السمية غير الحيوانية ، البحث دون استخدام الحيوانات ،

87. كميات مقبولة من الملوثات ،

88. الإنسان ،

89. التكنولوجيا الحيوية البيئية المبتكرة ،

90. حماية البيئة ،


**
الكلمات الرئيسية 1-90: ل
المنشورات:
347 ملفًا ، ومقالات في مجلة (مُرقمة) ، والقائمة ذات الروابط ، والعلوم البيئية ، والبيئة ، والمياه ، والبيولوجيا ، S.A.Ostroumov ، على ResearchGate ؛ 2019/4/13.
https://5bio5.blogspot.com/2019/04/348.html؛

370 منشورًا ، علوم البيئة ، علم الأحياء: https://www.researchgate.net/publication/318133474؛
https://5bio5.blogspot.com/2017/07/370_12.html.


1 البيئية ،
2 العلم ،
3. البيئة ،
4 الحفاظ على الطبيعة ،
5 ماء ،
6 السموم البيئية ،
7 علم السموم ،
8 موارد مائية ،
9 جودة المياه ،
10 اكتشاف علمي ،
11. أفضل ، أعلى المنشورات ،
12 التعليم الجامعي ،
13 التنمية المستدامة ، والاستدامة ،
14 النظم البيئية ، النظام البيئي ،
15 مكافحة التلوث الكيميائي.
16. أفضل جامعة في روسيا ،
17 إزالة المواد السامة / المواد الكيميائية ،
18 علم الأحياء ،
19. البكتيريا ،
20. بدائيات النوى
21. البكتيريا الزرقاء
22. الطحالب ،
23. الطحالب الخضراء ،
24. الطحالب المشطورة ،
25. جلديات ،
26. يوجينز (يوجلينا) ،
27. الطحالب النباتية
28. الطحالب التربة ،
29. العوالق الحيوانية ،
30. قشريات العوالق
31. دافنيا ،
32. العلق ، علقة الطبية ،
33. annelids (Hirudo medicinalis) ،
34. الرخويات ،
35. ذوات الصدفتين ، ذوات الصدفتين ،
36. بلح البحر العذب ، (على سبيل المثال ، Unio sp.) ،
37. بلح البحر (على سبيل المثال ، Mytilus edulis) ،
38. المحار ،
39. النقابات (Unio sp.) ،
40. مرشح مغذيات ،
41. بركة الحلزون (Lymnaea stagnalis) ،
42. مغذيات تعليق ،
43. النباتات العليا ؛

44. الماكروفيت.

45. النباتات المائية.

46. ​​النباتات المائية الغاطسة ، العائمة ،

47.لوديا (النبات العالي المائي) ،

48. البطيخ ريشة البطيخ (المائية أعلى نبات Myriophyllum aquaticum) ،

49. hornwort (النباتات المائية العليا Ceratophyllum demersum) ،

50. pistia (النباتات المائية العليا) ،

51. شتلات الزرع ،

52. أوريسا ساتيفا ،

53. الخردل الأبيض (سينابيس ألبا) ،

54. الحنطة السوداء (Fagopyrum esculentum) ،

55. عشب البركة المجعد ، أو عشب البركة المجعد (Potamogeton crispus) ،

56. الجسيمات النانوية ،

57. المعادن الثقيلة ،

58. النحاس ،

59. الرصاص (المعدن) ،

60. الكادميوم ،

61. الزنك ،

62. العناصر الأرضية النادرة ،

63. الذهب ،

64. اليورانيوم ،

65. السطحي الاصطناعية ،

66. المنظفات ،

67. منظفات الغسيل ،

68. شامبو ،

69 معالجة المياه (جعل مياه الصرف الصحي واضحة ونقية) ،

70. تنقية المياه الذاتية في النظم الإيكولوجية المائية ،

71.ترشيح المياه ،

72. الامتصاص ،

73. الامتصاص الحيوي ،

74. الكتلة الحيوية ،

75. مسألة عضوية ،

76. المخلفات ،

77. الكريات (المواد العضوية التي تفرزها الحيوانات اللافقارية) ،

78. المحيط الحيوي ،

79. الأخطار ، المخاطر البيئية ،

80. اختبار حيوي ، نص بيولوجي ، اختبار ،

81. العلاج ،

83. المعالجة النباتية ،

84. التنوع البيولوجي ،

85. الكائنات الحية ،

86. اختبار السمية غير الحيوانية ، البحث دون استخدام الحيوانات ،

87. كميات مقبولة من الملوثات ،

88. الإنسان ،

89. التكنولوجيا الحيوية البيئية المبتكرة ،
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... This difference becomes more distinct after 12, 18 and 22 months, with the extensive development of bryozoans, sponges, oysters, bivalves, and barnacles, mainly on the ECO panels. These organisms are known as filter feeders that have the ability to remove various particles of a broad range of sizes from the water column, with a significant part of the removed material serving no useful function to the filter-feeder itself, but benefit the ecosystem as a whole (Ostroumov 2005). As mentioned, another benefit of these developing communities arises from biogenic buildup of ecosystem engineers providing the structure with bioprotection (Risinger2012;Coombes et al., 2013Coombes et al., , 2015Coombes et al., , 2016). ...



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... The first plateau in isotherm is reached at ethonium concentration significantly above the CMC. Sharp increase of ethonium absorption was not observed at concentrations close to CMC (3.2 mmol/l, or 0.1874 wt.% [2]), therefore, on the silica surface was adsorbed individual molecules of ethonium rather than micelles. The adsorption data (Figure 2) demonstrate satisfactory agreement with the literature data [24,25]. ...



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.. Ernstoff et al. (2016) también analizaron el grado de penetración de algunas sustancias de champús en el cuerpo humano. Estudios conocidos del impacto ambiental de los productos cosméticos de aseo, por diversos métodos, en particular el método de bioindicación ( Ostroumov, 2003Ostroumov, , 2006Tomanova & Tedesco, 2007;Strukova, 2013;Del Angel Martinez-Rodriguez & Pinilla-A, 2014), muestran el impacto negativo de los productos cosméticos en los organismos vivos. La ventaja del método de bioindicación es que muestra el efecto de varias sustancias directamente en el desarrollo de la vida y los organismos, tal como se muestra en RoldánPérez (1999). ...



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Биологические эффекты при воздействии поверхностно-активных веществ на организмы ( Остроумов С.А., Москва, МАКС-Пресс, 2001, 334 c.). Книга. Список таблиц в этой книге. https://www.researchgate.net/publication/283420752;


... Есть указания на аналогичное действие и других поллютантов на моллюсков и фильтраторов зоопланктона[7]. Это свидетельствует об опасности снижения эффективности механизма самоочищения воды в условиях антропогенных воздействий на водные экосистемы[7,11,14,16]. Большой объем полученных нами в экспериментах новых фактов о негативном воздействии химических загрязняющих веществ на организмы, участвующие в очищении воды, суммирован в[7,18,19].Большая сложность, многокомпонентность биомеханизмов самоочищения воды, важность их КАЧЕСТВО И КОНДИЦИОНИРОВАНИЕ ВОДЫ В ПРИРОДНЫХ ЭКОСИСТЕМАХ регуляции и комплексное участие в этой регуляции многих факторов, все множество вышеуказанных особенностей этих механизмов привели нас к целесообразности предложить и использовать термин biomachinery при описании процессов биотического самоочищения воды на английском языке (например, в работе[19]на стр. ...


Качество и кондиционирование воды в природных экосистемах (https://www.researchgate.net/publication/319955185): разработка теории биологических механизмов самоочищения воды : Остроумов С.А. Экологическая химия 2017, 26(4); 175–182.

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Water Quality and Conditioning in Natural Ecosystems: Biomachinery Theory of Self-Purification of Water; https://www.researchgate.net/publication/323122008; https://www.researchgate.net/publication/323404014


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Immobilization of scandium and other chemical elements in systems with aquatic macrophyte. https://www.researchgate.net/publication/292950214;

... The interaction of detritus and mortmass with chemical elements in aqueous medium was studied. As a result, the ability of those forms of organic matter to immobilize chemical elements was revealed and characterized [22,23,28,29,30,35]. That evidenced the contribution of biogenic detritus particles and mortmass to detoxication of aqueous medium. ...


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... The great functional significance of biogenic material in natural ecosystems is clearly manifested in the case of freshwater and marine ecosystems. The biogenic organic matter constituting bottom sediments contributes significantly to pollutant binding to bottom sediments, which is one of the processes of selfpurification of water in aquatic ecosystems [28,63,64,[67][68][69]. An additional array of data on biogenic organic material in ecosystems, especially in aquatic ones, has been reported in many other publications, including [73,75]. ...



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... The great functional significance of biogenic material in natural ecosystems is clearly manifested in the case of freshwater and marine ecosystems. The biogenic organic matter constituting bottom sediments contributes significantly to pollutant binding to bottom sediments, which is one of the processes of selfpurification of water in aquatic ecosystems [28,63,64,[67][68][69]. An additional array of data on biogenic organic material in ecosystems, especially in aquatic ones, has been reported in many other publications, including [73,75]. ...



New Aspects of the Role of Organisms and Detritus in the Detoxification System of the Biosphere; https://www.researchgate.net/publication/322861119 ; Russian Journal of General Chemistry, Ostroumov S.A.


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... The great functional significance of biogenic material in natural ecosystems is clearly manifested in the case of freshwater and marine ecosystems. The biogenic organic matter constituting bottom sediments contributes significantly to pollutant binding to bottom sediments, which is one of the processes of selfpurification of water in aquatic ecosystems [28,63,64,[67][68][69]. An additional array of data on biogenic organic material in ecosystems, especially in aquatic ones, has been reported in many other publications, including [73,75]. ...



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... Lake self-purification capacity is the capability by which lakes are enabled to dilute, lessen, or eliminate the undesirable effects of entered pollutants [13][14][15][16]. The self-purification of natural water systems is a complex process that often includes interactions and mutual influences among physical, chemical, and biological processes. ...



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... Большая функциональная значимость биогенного материала в природных экосистемах ярко проявляется в случае пресноводных и морских экосистем. Биогенное органическое вещество, которое входит в состав донных отложений, вносит существенный вклад в связывание загрязняющих веществ донными отложениями, что является одним из процессов самоочищения воды в водных экосистемах [28,63,64,[67][68][69]. Дополнительный массив данных о биогенном органическом материале в экосистемах, в особенности водных, содержится во многих других публикациях, в том числе в [73,75]. ...


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Экологическая биогеохимия и элементы (мышьяк, кобальт, железо, марганец, цинк, медь, кадмий, хром) в цистозире и биогенном детрите в морской модельной экосистеме: определение методом атомно-абсорбционной спектрометрии. https://www.researchgate.net/publication/269092739;

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Responses of Unio tumidus to mixed chemical preparations and the hazard of synecological summation of anthropogenic effects. https://www.researchgate.net/publication/10614386; [discovery of toxic effects of detergents on freshwater mussels];


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https://www.researchgate.net/publication/200587396 ; Inhibitory analysis of top-down control: New keys to studying eutrophication, algal blooms, and water self-purification. Hydrobiologia; DOI: 10.1023/A:1015559123646;


... CPs by benthic organisms 防止或减速生物物质与化学污染物从底沉积物中释放 到水中;通过底栖生物完成生物物质与化学污染物的 结合与积累 Removal of C, N, and P from the ecosystem as a result of The emergence of imago insects may take away from the the emergence of imago insects after the completion of lake 0.5 g C/m2 water surface per year [15] larval development in water 成虫的出现每年可能会带走湖中每平米水表面 0.5 克 水中幼虫发展期结束后成虫的出现可以除去生态系 的碳 统中的碳、氮、磷元素 Removal of C, N, and P from the ecosystem by fish-eating Depends on the state of the biota in the adjacent area and other birds feeding on aquatic organisms 取决于邻近区域的生物群 通过鱼类食用以及鸟类捕食水生生物来除去生态系 中的碳、氮、磷 Removal of C, N, and P from the ecosystem when the See the previous comment amphibians that have completed their metamorphosis in 查看前面的注释 water go to land 当完成变态的两栖动物从水中到陆地时除去生态系统 中的碳、氮、磷 CP biotransformation and sorption in soils of farmlands [7] supplied with polluted water 被供给污染水质的农田土壤中化学污染物的生物转化 与吸附作用 Regulation of the numbers and activity of organisms [14,15]; ecological chemoregulators ecological involved in water purification as a result of interactions chemotrans-mitters [3] are involved in the regulation between organisms 生态化学调节与生态化学转化都参与了这种调节 通过生物体之间的彼此相互作用来调节参与净水的 生物体的活性与数量 Note: Many factors are interrelated and overlap, so it is often impossible to distinguish individual factors. In the conceptual analysis, factors are regarded as individual for convenience. ...



In Chinese. 水生生态系统中生物自净的理论要素. https://www.researchgate.net/publication/320620923; On the Biotic Self-purification of Aquatic Ecosystems: Elements of the Theory.


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... 这项研究由 McArthur 基金会以及开放社会学院赞助。 Table 1. Some factors and processes of water self-purification (from [6,7], with substantial additions). Designations: CP, chemical pollutant; DOC, dissolved organic compound; SOC, suspended organic compound 表 1. 水的自我净化的影响因素与过程(CP:化学污染物;DOC:溶解的有机化合物;SOC:悬 浮的有机化合物) Factors and processes of environment purification 环境净化的影响因素与过程 Reference and comment 参考文献与注释 1. Physical and physicochemical 1.有关物理与物理化学的部分 Dissolving and dilution [7] 溶解与稀释 Washing ashore [7] 冲到岸上 Drifting into adjacent water bodies and waterways The export of the carbon contained in dissolved compounds 漂流到邻近水体或水路 and suspended particles carried by outflowing water depends on the DOC and SOC concentrations 溶解化合物中的含碳物质与有流出的水带出的悬浮颗粒 物的输出取决于 DOC 和 SOC 的浓度 ...



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... (4) 对于陆地或者水体的环境保护措施不仅要保护他们的人口及基因池,还要保护这些 物种的功能能力(尤其是对水质甚至整个生态系统稳定性的功能活力) [10]。 (5) New hazards related to the chemical pollution of aquatic ecosystems have been identified [11]. (5) 被证实的对生生生态系统有新的危害的化学污染 [11]。 (6) When sol
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Medium-Term and Long-Term Priorities in Ecological Studies. https://www.researchgate.net/publication/9027853 ;
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Sergei A. Ostroumov Stanley I. Dodson David Philip Hamilton [...] Robert G. Wetzel,
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Research priorities in ecology and environmental sciences for the future are formulated. The priorities for both fundamental and applied ecology are proposed. The list of priorities includes 50 items. The priorities are relevant to terrestrial, aquatic, and general ecology. The list of priorities is helpful when grant proposals are being prepared, evaluated, and selected for funding. 8 international experts recommended this article.


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Table 2 . Effect of Triton X-100 (TX) and tetradecyltrimethylammonium bromide (TDTMA) on biological

Journal cover. Rivista di Biologia (Italy). Reviewed journal, in English.
Aquatic ecosystem as a bioreactor: Water purification and some other functions. https://www.researchgate.net/publication/8083617 ;
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Sergei A. Ostroumov
This fundamental and innovative article was cited and commented favorably by scientists in many countries, and inter alia, by Professor V.A. Abakumov (2013), the leading expert in aquatic ecology in Russian Federation, and Chair, Department of Ecology, an international university in the Moscow Region. A Diploma (Academy of Water Sciences) – a certificate of high scientific quality - was awarded to the series of publications (on ecology, environmental science) including this article:

ABSTRACT: A fundamental concept is proposed of aquatic ecosystem as a bioreactor that carries out the function of water purification in natural water bodies and streams. The ecosystem as a bioreactor has the following characteristic attributes: (1) it is a large-scale (large-volume) bioreactor; (2) it is a diversified (in terms of the number of taxa and the scope of functional activities) bioreactor; (3) it possesses a broad range of biocatalytic (chemical-transforming and degrading) capabilities. New experimental data on xenobiotics-induced inhibition of the functioning of the molluscs Unio tumidus, U. pictorum, M. galloprovincialis and Limnaea stagnalis emphasize the potential ecological hazard from sublethal concentrations of pollutants (including those exemplified by synthetic surfactants and detergents). Keywords:
environmental hazards, man-made impacts, anthropogenic effects, pollutants, xenobiotics, aquatic ecosystems, water purification, water filtration, bivalves, surfactants, detergents, biosphere, Mytilus galloprovincialis,


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Table 2 . Formation of pellets by the mollusk L . stagnalis feeding on the leaves of various plant species
Pellets of Some Mollusks in the Biogeochemical Flows of C, N, P, Si, and Al. https://www.researchgate.net/publication/10614352 ; [transfer of matter, chemical elements, molluscs, перенос вещества, потоки химических элементов]; Ostroumov S. A., Kolesnikov M. P., Dokl Biol Sci
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This paper was indexed by PubMed. Ostroumov S. A., Kolesnikov M. P. Doklady Biological Sciences [ proceedings of the Russian Academy of Sciences (former Academy of Sciences of the USSR, Biological sciences sections / translated from Russian] Dokl Biol Sci, 07/2001; 379:378-381.
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Pellets, mollusks, Mollusca, biogeochemical, flows, chemical elements, carbon, nitrogen, phosphorus, silicon, C, N, P, Si, Al, aquatic, water, ecosystems, geochemical, Moscow University, RAN, Institute of Biochemistry, biological detritus, geochemical role, aquatic ecosystems, environmental chemistry;

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The hazard of a two-level synergism of synecological summation of anthropogenic effects. https://www.researchgate.net/publication/10614388;
Doklady Biological Sciences (Dokl Biol Sci), 2001, Volume 380, p. 499-501;
Ostroumov S.A.
Article
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Sergei A. Ostroumov
The hazard of a two-level synergism of synecological summation of anthropogenic effects. https://www.researchgate.net/publication/10614388; Doklady Biological Sciences (Dokl Biol Sci), 2001, Volume 380, p. 499-501; Ostroumov S.A.
New fundamental concepts, new terminology in science of ecology.
The rating of this article:
excellent.
See: rating at World Catalog. A favorable review was published at World Catalog:
Discovery of a fundamentally new type of environmental hazards from chemical pollution. https://www.researchgate.net/publication/10614388_The_hazard_of_a_two-level_synergism_of_synecological_summation_of_anthropogenic_effects ;
The hazard of a two-level synergism of synecological summation of anthropogenic effects. - Doklady Biological Sciences, 2001, Volume 380, Numbers 1-6, p. 499-501. ISSN: 0012-4966 (print version);
ISSN: 1608-3105 (electronic version);
Editor of the peer-reviewed journal: President of Russian Academy of Sciences; http://link.springer.com/article/10.1023%2FA%3A1012348127085; Full text oline free: https://www.researchgate.net/publication/10614388_The_hazard; http://www.scribd.com/doc/49065634/; http://www.scribd.com/doc/50526301/;
Blog post:
http://sergostroumov.scienceblog.com/2015/02/15/new-environmental-hazard-the-hazard-of-a-two-level-synergism-of-synecological-summation-of-anthropogenic-effects/;
Innovation in a nutshell: A new fundamental concept and new scientific terms, to develop terminology in environmental science, in ecology: Two-Level Synergism, Synecological Summation of Anthropogenic Effects;
Abstract: The author identified a new type of ecological hazard of anthropogenic impact (using chemical pollution as an example), which he proposed to term “synecological summation” or “synergistic summation” of anthropogenic effects on organisms of two adjacent trophic levels.

** NEW FACTS:
in the study reported in the paper, the following new type of environmental hazards was found. It was shown that even some relatively mild influences on organisms of two adjacent trophic levels may eventually produce a synergistic, pronounced and definitely undesirable effect which will lead to an abnormal increase in the abundance of organisms of one of the trophic levels. The concrete examples of that type of synergism were found when anthropogenic impacts affected the organisms of two adjacent trophic levels (bivalves and algae). Some new bioeffects of the action of the synthetic detergent (exemplified by the laundry detergent, namely, the detergent 'Vesna') (1 mg/l) on the bivalves, oysters Crassostrea gigas were described. Also, some new effects of the detergent (exemplified by the laundry detergent, namely, the detegent 'IXI') (10 mg/l) on the marine mussels Mytilus galloprovincialis, were found; also, new effects of the detergent (exemplified by the trade markTide-Lemon) (50 mg/l) on M. galloprovincialis were discovered.

** CONCLUSION:
The hazard of simultaneous influence of contamination of environment (e.g., by detergents) on organisms of the two trophic levels may occur when the polluting chemicals produce effects on algae and bivalves that are filter-feeders. It means that a new type of environmental hazards was discovered. [MAIK Nauka/Interperiodica, distributed by Springer Science+Business Media LLC.; ISSN 0012-4966 (Print) 1608-3105 (Online)];
DOI 10.1023/A:1012348127085;
http://sites.google.com/site/2001dbs380p499synerg/;
Keywords:
oysters, Crassostrea gigas, mussels, Mytilus galloprovincialis, water quality, water, theory, synthetic substances, synergism, suspension feeders, surfactants, summation, services, self-purification, quality, pollution, pollutants, plankton, pellets, new hazards, mussels, marine, mariculture, management, man-made impact, man-made effects, invertebrates, inhibitors, improving, water quality, hydrosphere, hazards, functioning, freshwater, filter-feeders, environmetal safety, environmental, toxicology, environmental chemistry, environment, protection, ecotoxicology, services, ecosystems, ecosystem, ecohazard, detergents, chemical, pollution, cationic surfactant, black_sea, bivalvia, bivalves, biosphere, biogeochemistry, biogeochemical, bioassays, benthos, assessment,aquatic, organisms, aquaculture, anthropogenic, impact,


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Table 3 . Filter-feeders whose activity is inhibited by pollutants

Eutrophication killed the fish

Eutrophication: general picture

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Eutrophication (1)
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The synecological approach to the problem of eutrophication. https://www.researchgate.net/publication/10614405 ; Doklady Biological Sciences, 2001, 381: 559-562 (more than 25 recommendations from international experts)
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Sergei A. Ostroumov
https://www.researchgate.net/publication/10614405 ; https://www.researchgate.net/publication/10614405_The_synecological_approach;
DOI 10.1023/A:1013378505630 ;
https://link.springer.com/article/10.1023%2FA%3A1013378505630; link.springer.com/article/10.1023%2FA%3A1013378505630;
52 downloads by 30.5.2015; 34 downloads by 26.01.2015; 98 shares; The content of the article in short: New solution to eutrophication. New concept of eutrophication control. High rating of this paper: In the top 25% of all articles scored by Altmetric. In the top 25% of all research outputs scored by Altmetric.

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A new way of eutrophication control was suggested in the paper; the article was bookmarked by ResearchGate users: The synecological approach to the problem of eutrophication. - Doklady Biological Sciences, Vol. 381, 2001, p. 559–562.
ISSN 0012-4966.
Distributed by Springer, orderdept@springer-sbm.com. https://www.researchgate.net/publication/10614405_The_synecological_approach_to_the_problem_of_eutrophication ;
This publication is among 7 top publications listed here: AUG20 Featured research, according to ResearchGate: the top interesting publications on environmental science, on profile of a Moscow University researcher Sergei Ostroumov, Fulbright Awardee:
The author suggested a new component of the measures against eutrophication: reducing the input of the pollutants that weaken the potential of the filter-feeders for removing algae. The suggested way of controlling eutrophication is applicable to both freshwater and marine ecosystems. The article proposed a new idea, a new conceptual way of controlling eutrophication. The article is based on a series of the author's experiments with aquatic organisms (filter-feeders) that discovered and quantified relevant toxic effects of organic pollutants at sublethal concetrations. This article presented some new data to continue this line of research that is essential to the new solution to eutrophication. Among new facts that were reported in the paper, in addition to a substantial amount of relevant, related data previously obtained by the author: The liquid detergent (exemplified by the dish washing liquid, Fairy) 2 mg/L inhibited filtration by the bivalve mollusks, marine mussels (Mytilus galloprovincialis) within 2-23 min after addition, at temperature 22.5 ºС. This species of bivalve mollusks is one of key species in marine benthic ecosystems; it is one of ecological engineers that make a great impact on water quality. This is only one new fact that adds to many other facts (on how chemical pollutants can inhibit water filtration) discovered and reported by the author in other publications (papers and the book, Biological Effects of Surfactants). The paper presents a new approach to combat eutrophication.
DOI 10.1023/A:1013378505630.
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CITATION:
Citation of the Russian version of this article: it was cited in: G. T. Frumin, I. M. Gildeeva. Eutrophication of water bodies — A global environmental problem; Russian Journal of General Chemistry, 2014, Volume 84, Issue 13, pp 2483-2488; DOI 10.1134/S1070363214130015;
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Full reference of another publication that cited this article (Ostroumov, 2001, in Doklady Akademii Nauk, 381(5), pp. 709–712): Fatemeh Morteza, Mohammad Reza Masnavi, Niloofar Khalighi. Use of Natural Purification of Water Cycle and Water Management as a solution towards Ecodesign. Design for Innovative Value Towards a Sustainable Society 2012, pp 33-37;
DOI 10.1007/978-94-007-3010-6_8;
http://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-94-007-3010-6_8 ;
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The most important issues that were considered: eutrophication control, pollution, man-made impact, pollutants, water quality, environmental safety, sustainable use of water resources, filter-feeders, detergents, control of phytoplankton, water filtration, bivalves, marine and freshwater ecosystems, protecting ecosystem services. CITATION. The paper was cited, e.g., in: F. Morteza, M.R. Masnavi, N. Khalighi. Use of Natural Purification of Water Cycle and Water Management as a solution towards Ecodesign. Design for Innovative Value Towards a Sustainable Society ( Eds M. Matsumoto, Y. Umeda, K. Masui, S. Fukushige) , Springer press, Dordrecht, 2012, pp. 33-37;

authors are from Iran, editors are from Japan;
** ABOUT THE JOURNAL: Doklady Biological Sciences
ISSN: 0012-4966 (Print) 1608-3105 (Online);
Description Doklady Biological Sciences is a REFEREED bimonthly journal presenting English translations of current Russian research in the anatomy, cytology, ecology, embryology, endocrinology, evolutionary morphology, experimental morphology, genetic, histology, hydrobiology, immunology, microbiology, morphology, parasitology, physiology, virology, and zoology sections of the Doklady Akademii Nauk (Proceedings of the Russian Academy of Sciences). The Proceedings appear 36 times per year; articles from the selected biological sections are collected, translated, and published bimonthly.


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FAO publication that in 2019 cited 3 articles of a Moscow University environmental scientist, Sergei Ostroumov: https://www.researchgate.net/publication/332351297 ;
FAO. 2019. The State of the World’s Biodiversity for Food and Agriculture, J. Belanger, and D. Pilling (eds.).
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Citation: FAO cited articles of Sergei A. Ostroumov, https://www.researchgate.net/publication/332351297 ; namely, these 3 articles were cited: Ostroumov, S.A. 2002. Polyfunctional role of biodiversity in processes leading to water purification: current conceptualizations and concluding remarks. Hydrobiologia, 469: 203–204;
https://www.researchgate.net/publication/200582742 ;

** Ostroumov, S.A. 2005. On the multifunctional role of the biota on the self-purification of aquatic ecosystems. Russian Journal of Ecology, 36(6): 414–420;
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** This FAO publication cited the 3 articles of Sergei Ostroumov: FAO. 2019. The State of the World’s Biodiversity for Food and Agriculture, J. Bélanger & D. Pilling (eds.). FAO Commission on Genetic Resources for Food and Agriculture Assessments. Rome. 572 pp. (http://www.fao.org/3/CA3129EN/CA3129EN.pdf)


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2019-04-10 Moscow State Univ. 10 top publications; https://www.researchgate.net/publication/332321072 ;
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10 top publications of Moscow State University, according to ResearchGate rating. https://www.researchgate.net/publication/332321072 ;


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Problem/Motivation

Layout Discovery allow themes to declare layouts and Field Layout allow display modes to use theme-defined layouts. The thing is that if you use a theme-defined layout then export the display mode configuration, the theme is going to be in the dependencies of the config object under the "module" key.

Steps to reproduce

  1. Install Drupal standard profile
  2. Enable Field Layout
  3. Copy core/modules/system/tests/modules/layout_test/layout_test.layouts.yml to core/themes/bartik/bartik.layouts.yml
  4. Copy core/modules/system/tests/modules/layout_test/templates to core/themes/bartik/templates
  5. Rebuild caches
  6. Go to admin/structure/types/manage/article/display and set the layout to one the those in the "Layout test" category
  7. Save and export configuration

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Current: the theme is in the dependencies.module section of the core.entity_view_display.node.article.default.yml file

Proposed resolution

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President Trump's longtime confidant, Roger Stone, asked a federal judge Friday to compel the Justice Department to turn over a full copy of Special Counsel Robert Mueller's report on the Russia investigation as part of discovery in his criminal case.
          Cuba: Architecture, Art, Music, and Culture - Trip is Full      Comment   Translate Page      

May 23 - 31, 2019

Led by Director of Latin American Studies & Associate Professor Freddy Vilches
Accompanied by President Wim Wiewel

**This trip has filled. We hope you will be able to travel with us on a future Pioneer trip to Cuba! Our next departure date for Cuba is January 6, 2020. Please see information on the Pioneer Travel website.**

This is an extraordinary People-to-People trip to Havana with an excursion into the countryside. You will connect with Cuban citizens from all walks of life, including artists, educators and entrepreneurs, to discover the realities of this incredibly fascinating nation. Enjoy magnificent 20th-century architecture, spectacularly beautiful landscapes, an intriguing Afro-Cuban culture and a vibrant music, dance and art scene.

The journey will benefit from Associate Professor Freddy Vilches' experiences in Cuba, and his expertise around Afro-Cuban music. The seasoned staff from Project Por Amor, an artist-run organization bringing Cubans and Americans together, will secure all participants' Cuban Visas, assist at Havana International Airport, and provide 24-hour program management. We have developed a once in a lifetime itinerary.

Accommodations

Centrally located Havana 5-Star Hotels and one night in the countryside.

Group Size

  • About 16 to 19 participants.

Cost

  • Deposit - $750 per person
  • Double Occupancy - $4,850 per person  ($750 plus $4,100)  
  • Single Occupancy - $5,550 per person ($750 plus $4,800)
  • Airfare is not Included

Highlights

  • Private dance and music performances and visits with Cuban artists.
  • Culinary adventures featuring traditional Cuban fare and nouveau cuisine in historic homes, on an organic farm, and dinner with a home-stay family.
  • A sunset ride in restored convertibles through "The Paris of Latin America".
  • Excursions to Ernest Hemingway's Cuban home, key museums, an outdoor book market, and a stroll through the Cuban tobacco-growing region.
  • Facilitated discussions with local experts regarding architecture, Afro-Cuban spirituality, economics, history, and US-Cuban relations. 
  • Late night Jazz, dancing under the stars, and plenty of opportunities for exploration and discovery.

 

Need more information?

The most complete information, itinerary details, and terms and conditions may be found at this link from our travel partner Project Por Amor.

**This trip has filled. We hope you will be able to travel with us on a future Pioneer trip to Cuba! Our next departure date for Cuba is January 6, 2020. Please see information on the Pioneer Travel website.**

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          Central Park Birding Basics: The North Woods      Comment   Translate Page      

Date: May 2, 2019

Located along the Atlantic Flyway, Central Park welcomes more than 270 bird species each year. Learn the basics of bird identification while exploring the North Woods, the largest woodland landscape in the Park. Along with beautiful arches and peaceful waterfalls, the North Woods provides 40 acres of rare habitat in the middle of New York City, making it an important stopover for birds during spring migration. How many can you spot on this tour? Bring your own binoculars or borrow a pair from our tour guides.

Details

Meet: Charles A. Dana Discovery Center (Inside the Park at 110th Street between Fifth and Lenox Avenues). Map of start location
Terrain: Uneven, with hills, stairs, and wood-chipped trails
Length of Tour: Approximately 90 minutes
Cost: Free; registration required as space is limited. Families with children ages 5+ welcome; no groups, please. Please arrive at walk location 10 minutes before the start to allow time for check in.

For weather cancellation and other ticket policies, please review our Tours Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ).

Groups of seven or more must schedule a custom tour three weeks in advance at tours@centralparknyc.org.

Start time: 10:00 am

End time: 11:30 am

Contact phone: (212) 310-6600

Location: Charles A. Dana Discovery Center (in Central Park)


          [Webinar] Optimize Your eDiscovery Spend with Business Intelligence - April 25th, 1:00pm ET      Comment   Translate Page      
Legal teams are under pressure to reduce costs and the effective utilization of technology to optimize efforts is the solution. Ricoh Acumen allows users to unlock the full potential of their Relativity environment and streamline workflows easily...
By: Association of Certified E-Discovery
          Explainer & Promotional Videos in Uttarakhand      Comment   Translate Page      
Design is a journey of discovery.Multimedia design helps to explain this journey in an audio visual
          REAL LIFE,Emeli Sandé’S NEW ALBUM,SET FOR JUNE 7 RELEASE ON CAPITOL RECORDS      Comment   Translate Page      
REAL LIFE, Emeli Sandé’S NEW ALBUM, SET FOR JUNE 7 RELEASE ON CAPITOL RECORDS On June 7, Capitol Records will release Emeli Sandé’s new album,Real Life. Available HERE for pre-order, the album was recorded following an intense personal journey of self-doubt and self-discovery. Real Life marks a brand-new chapter for the four-time BRIT Award winner, […]
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| Замечательная, позитивная и песня, и мелодия! Мы с мужем на Дискавери постоянно ее слушаем! Спасибо большое!!!
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| Люблю планету,спасибо за настроение
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| сколько раз слушаю, столько раз она в меня оптимизм и вселяет. молодцы они! )))
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| Я её просто обожэаю, она у меня постоянно в голове))) Мы с матерью очень этот канал любим))
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| Везёт ВАМ Офисным работникам))) Здорово, когда чашка кофе с Компа подаётся, слушая эту мелодию))) Я слышал ЕЁ в мульт варианте: "Король Лев" ... А так же в 1978 года в Альбоме Бони-М... Слова не важно какие, но настроение поднималось всегда, когда очень плохо всё вокруг
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          It's Pinkie Pie Month on Discovery Family       Comment   Translate Page      

Following their trend of mane pony months, Discovery Family is focusing on Pinkie Pie for April. This adds marathons every Friday starring episodes she is the focus of. These happen at 3 EST if you want to plan Ponk related activities around them.

Thanks to Squeaky Belle for the heads up.
          My Little Pony - Season 9 Episode 3 - "Uprooted" - Discussion / Stream      Comment   Translate Page      
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With the premiere over and the tree of harmony destroyed things have certainly taken an interesting turn (let alone the teaming up of these three with Grogar).

Hello everyone and welcome to another episode day! Hopefully you all had fun with the start of the final season last weekend and are more than ready to kick the season off with the first regular episode of this batch of episodes.

We've already had many episodes revealed so far so if you don't mind some spoilers go check them out! While you wait you can also check out our followup from last week!

Check on after the break for our usual streams and watch links!

The episode airs on Discovery Family at 8:30 AM PDT. We have a countdown on the side bar.
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          Egypt unveils colourful Fifth Dynasty tomb      Comment   Translate Page      
In a major archaeological discovery, Egypt on Saturday unveiled the tomb of a Fifth Dynasty official adorned with colourful reliefs and well preserved inscriptions. The tomb, near Saqqara, a vast necropolis south of Cairo, belongs to a senior official named Khuwy who is believed to have been a nobleman during the Fifth Dynasty, which ruled over Egypt about 4300 years ago. "The L-shaped Khuwy tomb starts with a small corridor heading downwards into an antechamber and from there a larger chamber with painted reliefs depicting the tomb owner seated at an offerings table," said Mohamed Megahed, the excavation team's head, in an antiquities ministry statement. Flanked by dozens of ambassadors, Antiquities Minister Khaled al-Enani said the tomb was discovered last month. It is mostly made of white limestone bricks. Ornate paintings boast a special green resin throughout and oils used in the burial process, the ministry said.
          Human Evolution: Stories From SE Asia      Comment   Translate Page      
Some recent finds from SE Asia are adding detail to the complex story of human migration and population interaction, and putting a much needed spotlight on the varied geographies and ecology in which human evolution took place.

1) Anthropologist John Hawks writes about the significance of the newly reported Homo luzonensis from the northern island of Luzon in the Philippines. This hominin appears to be small bodied like the 'Hobbit' (Homo floresiensis), which lived about 700 km to the south on the island of Flores. The fossils are at least 50,000 years old and their presence suggests that SE Asia was colonized several times by different hominin populations. How they were related to each other is currently an open and actively debated question.

Link: New species of hominin from Luzon.

2) Denisovans were an archaic group of hominins who diverged from the Neanderthals more than half a million years ago and lived over wide swaths of Eurasia and SE Asia. They interbred with more recent humans entering these regions, beginning about 60,000 years ago. Living Eurasians and Papuan people carry small amounts of Denisovan ancestry. A recent genetic analysis suggests that at an early stage in their history the Denisovans split in to two or three distinct groups, which then genetically diverged from each other. Papuans carry evidence of intermixing with these different Denisovan lineages.

Link: Multiple Deeply Divergent Denisovan Ancestries in Papuans (paper)
Summary: Ancient DNA reveals new branches of the Denisovan family tree.

3) Some of the oldest cave art has recently (2014) been found in Indonesia from the southern part of Sulewasi Island. They are estimated to be around 35,000 to 40,000 years old. A nice summary in Smithsonian Magazine details the discovery. Art forms of this antiquity from Indonesia suggests that a simple story of a singular origin of human symbolic thinking is not tenable anymore. 

Link: A Journey to the Oldest Cave Paintings in the World.


          From Mount Sinai to the Red Sea Crossing, This Man Searches for the Bible's 'Lost' Sites      Comment   Translate Page      

When Bob Cornuke first got involved in searching for lost locations in the Bible, he met a man named Jim Erwin who was the eighth man to walk on the moon.

"He was the first one to drive a car on the Moon," Cornuke told Peter Wooding, European Bureau Chief for ASSIST News at the recent NRB Convention in Anaheim, CA.

"He said, 'Bob, how'd you like to do something really fun? Let's look for Noah's Ark! It'd be the greatest discovery of all time!'"

Cornuke thought, "OK, how can you pass up on that?"

Cornuke had been involved with a career in law enforcement, got involved in a very bad shooting, moved to Colorado—and that's when he met Jim Erwin.

"So that started this cascading life of adventure and fun and risk and peril and books and video, TV and all that kind of fun things—and it was all because of meeting a man who walked on the moon that started it for me."

What have been some of the standout moments?

"It's hard to say that we've 'discovered' anything because God will reveal things in His time, for His purpose and His glory. But the standout things that we think we have been allowed to be a part of that God's revealed to us is the Mount Sinai story.

"Where is the real Mount Sinai? Tradition puts it, of course, and everybody believes that it's in the Sinai Peninsula. But the Bible says in Galatians 4:25 that Mount Sinai is in Arabia. That's a red flag for me, and as a former FBI trained homicide investigator, I had to check that out, because the Bible is shooting a flaming arrow right into Arabia as to where the real Mount Sinai is.

"So I went there, I met with a man named Larry Williams—we found this peak that's black on top and all these things around it. There [were] pillars and altars and writings and a lot of people were saying, 'Yes, that is the real Mount Sinai' now as late as Josephus Demetrius and Philo, historians from as far back as 250 B.C. have said that's the place, in the ancient land of Midian. So we think the real Mount Sinai has been discovered in the ancient land of Midian. And believe it or not, they're doing a Hollywood movie on it now, and of course, I'm not going to be in the movie, but it's a big Hollywood production that we're actually in the process of production as we speak."

Cornuke said the movie will be called The Mountain of Fire.

"It's really fun because we're talking big Hollywood types—I can't reveal a lot of the names that we're involved with now because they're contract negotiations—but Dean River is going to be producing it. One of the co-producers is Charles Seeger, who did National Treasure 1 and National Treasure 2. And I'm going over in a few weeks, doing some site locations in Jordan, where they filmed Lawrence of Arabia, and I'll be with the film commission over there, doing site locations for the movie. I've never had a movie done about me, so it's all new, but it's very fun and exciting."

Cornuke has 11 books and the most recent just came out, called Explorer—My Life Searching for Lost Locations in the Bible, that chronicles all his searches.

"I've been involved with 72 expeditions, been arrested five times in the Middle East for carrying a Bible, believed to be a spy—so they arrest you because you've a Bible in the Middle East. I don't want to ruin the book, but I do live. I survive!

The book is about Cornuke's nine searches and expeditions looking for Noah's Ark.

"I've looked for the real Mount Sinai that we just talked about. I've looked for the crossing site of the Red Sea where the fleeing Hebrews went being chased by Pharaoh went through the Red Sea. I've searched for the Ark of the Covenant in Ethiopia on 22 trips looking for it. I've actually been on the search looking for Paul's shipwreck—we think we've found the four anchors or God's revealed the four anchors of where Paul's shipwreck would be, and that's off the coast of Malta. We have four lead first-century Alexandrian freighter anchors that have been located over there by divers. And then we more recently have been involved searching where the real Solomon's temple and Herod's temple are located. We're looking for where Christ was crucified, and that's where Golgotha is, of course. I don't think people are going to be too believing of where we say, because tradition is such a strong thing, so you have to get past that big rock in the road that's called 'tradition' to find these locations. You take what the Bible says, and you bump into these roadblocks of tradition. So we try to go around these traditions and follow God's words as a roadmap and as a compass and as a guide."

How much have these travels helped Cornuke's faith to actually see the Bible come to life?

"I don't care who we are you know the Bible is a very difficult thing to believe you see—well, there's the Red Sea parting, and you see the world being flooded, and you see animals aboard the ark, and you start saying 'Well, that's a little farfetched,' and then you say 'Wait a second; God put that in the Bible.'

"The Bible is God's revelation of Himself to man. God's the author. Salvation's the end, and truth without any mixture of error is the content. The Bible is and shall be the supreme standard by which we should live. We should stop saying, 'Wait a second; we're second-guessing God,' because that's impossible. If the first line in the Bible is 'In the beginning God created ...' anything is possible. God can create. He can allow, he can provide things such as the flood to teach a disbelieving world about Himself and His nature and what He's intended. For instance, Noah's ark—if you're on that ark, you're saved. If you're off that ark, you perish. So there's no 'spiritual Switzerland' when you're on the ark of Christ today—you're saved. If you're off the ark of Christ today, you perish. The ark was a forerunner of Jesus and a perfect illustration of salvation."

Cornuke continued: "But the world wants to make everything complex, and they want to say, 'I want to have all these answers.' We don't have all the answers. God says 'I don't want you to have all the answers. I want you to have a childlike faith.' Matthew 11:25 says: 'Oh Father, Lord of heaven and earth, thank You for hiding the truth from those who think themselves so wise and clever and for revealing it to the childlike.' Not the childish, the childlike. We have too many intellectuals today. People these days just puffed up with all this intellect that they can't see the truth past the scales in their eyes and the plugs that are in their ears. The Bible says, 'Thank you for hiding the truth from those that think themselves so wise and clever.'

"The whole university system is designed to gut God out of the divine and say these things didn't happen. The Red Sea parted from a strong wind. No, God parted the Red Sea with His mighty hand! The Bible says, 'I will show you these things that you should know that I'm the Lord your God.' He didn't do it because he was a cosmic show-off. He showed the people because He wanted them to know there was no other way of salvation except through Me. That's what God's done with his Son Jesus Christ who died on the cross for our sins, gruesome death; He paid the price for our sins. It just pains God's heart to see a world today that's totally disbelieving, that's caught up in following man instead of what God is saying."

What's next for Cornuke — are there more adventures, or will he ever hang up his boots?

"For some people, they stop. And so why do I look for these things? Because I try to show people the physical evidence that's in the Bible. People say, 'Well, you just need to have faith.' Well, faith is a great thing, but people say, 'Well, you just need to have faith. Why do you need to find things?' Well, how did Jesus teach when He encountered the doubting Thomas? He said, 'Look at the holes in my hands and my side.' And what did Thomas do? He fell down and said, 'My Lord and my God!'

"I try to show people the evidence, the physical evidence that these ancient historical events are real and true; and if we rely on the Bible—every word of the Bible from start to finish—we can rely on the Bible; and if we do so, we have the faith of a child ,and the world will change, and you can move mountains with that kind of faith. So the world today is doubting—and who blames them, because they're getting fed nothing but this nonsense from a secular world that says they have the answers when they don't even know what the question is, let alone have the answers."

More information about Cornuke and his work can be found online at Baseinstitute.org. {eoa}

This article originally appeared on Assist News Service. Reprinted with permission.


          How King Solomon Became the Original 'Lawless One'—and Model for the Antichrist      Comment   Translate Page      

When it comes to truly decoding the Antichrist, we need to realize that the discovery of who or what the Antichrist will be is not nearly as important as understanding why—the motivating purpose behind why he has come. The Bible speaks of how the children of Israel knew God's acts, but Moses knew God's ways, meaning he understood why God does what He does.

There are many types or shadows of Messiah in the Old Testament—Adam, Isaac, Moses, David and Jonah come to mind. Most Christians consider King Solomon another type of Messiah. Surely someone like him would unite both Christians and Jews. Typically, our understanding of Solomon includes how wise, wealthy and famous he was and how he was able to transport Israel to the pinnacle of its existence. The whole world came to Solomon, admiring him and bringing him gifts. Israel was at the top of its game during his reign.

While many consider Solomon a type of Messiah, if we look closer at the details within Scripture, we might find we have been deceived. But wait, didn't he bring peace to the Middle East? Yes. This peace enabled him to accomplish great things, such as the building of the temple. The daunting question that must be asked is, why has it gone downhill for Israel ever since? I believe it is because Solomon compromised the Word of God for peace.

The Antichrist will be equally deceptive. The world will cry out for a messiah like King Solomon to solve the problems in the Middle East. Peace in our time! How could he not be admired? But will we find out we too have been deceived?

This may come as a shock to many, but what would you say if I told you the Antichrist, or lawless one, is going to appear similar to King Solomon in many ways? Pick your chin up off the floor and follow me on an eye-opening adventure of discovering why so many people will be deceived in the last days. My prayer is that the great deception descending upon the world today will not catch you unaware.

Solomon's Sins

God never intended for the children of Israel to be ruled by a human king. He was to be their King, but not as we have come to understand kingship. The Hebrew term translated as "king" is melech. A melech is a king whose subjects voluntarily choose to serve him out of a loving relationship. God is the great Melech of the entire universe, and He was upset and hurt that Israel rejected Him as their Melech and wanted to have a king like all the other nations (1 Sam. 8:5).

The tragic story of Israel's rejection of God as their Melech/King is truly heartbreaking, as you see the Creator of the universe humbling Himself. While God told Samuel to listen to the voice of the people, He told him to first warn them about how a worldly king would rule over them and what he would do: "This will be the judgment concerning the king who will reign over you: Your sons he will take in order to place them for himself in his chariots and as his horsemen, and they will run before his chariot" (1 Sam. 8:11). Samuel warned them that they would have to plow the king's ground and "gather in his harvest, and to make his weapons of war and the equipment of his chariots" (v. 12b).

The first two kings of Israel, Saul and David, did not fulfill these prophetic warnings, but note the similarities between what God had warned in 1 Samuel 8 and what Solomon did. In 1 Kings 9:22b we find that Solomon used the Israelites "as men of war, as his servants, his leaders, his captains, rulers of his chariots, and his horsemen." Sound familiar?

In 1 Kings 12:4a, we find the details of Solomon's rule directly from his former subjects. They are pleading with Solomon's son Rehoboam for a lighter rule than Solomon had subjected them to, saying, "Your father made our yoke unbearable."

Later, Rehoboam responds, "My father made your yoke heavy and ... chastised you with scorpions" (v. 14b).

When I first grasped this, I was shocked! This was not the Solomon I had grown up hearing about. Yes, King Solomon was full of both wisdom and power, but we also know wisdom and power inevitably go to one's head.

In Deuteronomy 17:20, any future king of Israel is specifically instructed not to allow his heart to be lifted up above others or to think he doesn't need to keep God's law. Solomon was given much wisdom, but he forgot who gave it to him. He allowed his heart to be lifted up after he obtained riches for himself through his wisdom.

Leviticus 4:22–23 mentions that if a king sinned through ignorance and was guilty of violating any of the commandments of the Lord, when he realized his mistake, he was mandated to bring a sin offering. According to verse 24, he was even required to lay his very own hand on the head of the goat as he slaughtered it. Even though he was a king, he couldn't simply pass this duty off to a servant. The Torah required him to perform this sacrifice personally.

And that's not all; the king's sin offering was to be completed at the brazen altar where everyone else fulfilled his sacrificial duties. God, in all His wisdom, didn't allow a king to have a private altar of his own in his private courtyard. He was required to complete his sacrifice to the Lord publicly, thereby informing virtually every one of his subjects that he had sinned through ignorance, so that his heart would not be lifted up above his people or above the Word of God.

In light of this, let's see how well Solomon obeyed. We will take a look at a few more of the Torah's unique requirements for the king and see how well Solomon followed God's Word. Surely Solomon wouldn't think he was above the Law, would he?

Solomon multiplied horses and was an international arms trader.

According to the Torah in Deuteronomy 17:16, God demanded that the king was not to increase the number of horses he possessed or make the people return to Egypt to increase his horses. Yet we find in 1 Kings 4:26 that "Solomon had forty thousand stalls of horses for his chariots and twelve thousand horsemen." It goes on to say in 1 Kings 10:26 that Solomon had 1,400 chariots.

Not only did Solomon disregard God's Word about not increasing the number of his horses, but he also purchased them from Egypt, which God specifically said not to do. Furthermore, the chariots imported from Egypt cost 600 shekels of silver, and a horse cost 150 shekels. Here's the most incredible part: they exported these horses and chariots to the kings of the Hittites and Syria (1 Kings 10:28-29).

Did you catch the significance of the last sentence? In Deuteronomy 7:1-2, the Lord specifically commanded that after He brought the Israelites into the land, they were not to make any covenants with the indigenous Canaanites. The Hittites were No. 1 on the list of seven nations He specified in particular. Yet Solomon was acting as an arms merchant selling weapons directly to Israel's enemies. Despite all of Solomon's wisdom, there aren't many actions the leader of any free country could take that are dumber than that.

Solomon had multiple wives and also married foreign wives.

Deuteronomy 17:17 says the king was not to multiply wives for himself, as his heart might turn away from serving God. And in Deuteronomy 7, God stated that they were not to marry any foreigners because they would turn their sons away from following Him to serve other gods. Yet we find in 1 Kings 11:3 that Solomon "had seven hundred wives who were princesses and three hundred concubines, and his wives turned his heart away."

Completely disregarding God's instructions, King Solomon loved many foreign women—the daughter of Pharaoh and women of the Moabites, Ammonites, Edomites, Sidonians and Hittites—all the nations with which the Lord had told the children of Israel not to intermarry (see 1 Kings 11). Even if it was Solomon's way of securing peace with neighboring countries, it was still a direct affront to God's commands. He achieved peace but at a very expensive cost.

Solomon multiplied gold and silver.

In His warning in Deuteronomy 17, God also told the Israelites that their king must not "greatly multiply to himself silver and gold." However, 1 Kings 10:21 tells us, "All of King Solomon's drinking cups were made of gold." He had a fleet of ships, and every three years they brought in gold and silver, plus ivory, apes and peacocks (v. 22).

Guess what the rate of gold was that came to Solomon every year? It was 666 talents (1 Kings 10:14). The number 666 is found only twice in the Bible—once with reference to Solomon's gold trade and wisdom and once with reference to the Antichrist (Rev. 13:18).

Solomon was to write his own personal copy of the Torah.

In Deuteronomy 17, God declared that when the king sits on the throne of his kingdom, he is required to write for himself a copy of the Law in a book, from the one that is before the priests, the Levites. He does not only read it but also writes it, so he will be more likely to ingest God's Word and to incorporate God's Law into his heart.

The king could not have someone else write it for him. Since the priesthood was separate from the kingship, the Levitical priests served as a check to the king. They were supposed to hold the king's feet to the fire. Someone would be looking over his shoulder as he wrote his own copy from the original, ensuring he would not make errors or try to alter it. They would also be there to answer any questions the king might have.

There is a fascinating story in ancient Jewish literature from over 2,000 years ago that states that when Solomon wrote his own personal copy of the Law, he decided he was wise enough to be God's editor and make some editorial changes to God's Word.

Furthermore, when Jesus said in Matthew 5:18 that not one jot or tittle would ever pass from the law, it was a direct assault on King Solomon! The jot refers to the smallest letter of the Hebrew alphabet, known as the letter yud, which is equivalent to our letter y. The story goes that when Solomon was writing his Torah scroll and came across the words in Deuteronomy 17:17 (KJV), "Neither shall he multiply wives to himself, that his heart turn not away," he skipped the first letter of the word, the letter yud. That changes the phrase from "He shall not multiply" to "He did not multiply."

Solomon changed the tense of the verb! By changing the tense, it was no longer an imperative not to multiply wives, but rather a statement implying that his multiplication of wives would not lead his heart astray because he was so wise.

Of that change, a famous ancient midrash says, "At that time the letter ... went up to heaven and prostrated itself before God and said, 'Master of the universe! Didn't you say that no letter should ever be abolished from the Torah? Behold Solomon has now arisen and abolished one. Who knows? Today he has abolished one letter, tomorrow he will abolish another until the whole Torah will be nullified!' God replied, 'Solomon and a thousand like him will pass away, but the smallest tittle will not be erased from you.'"

This historical writing about Solomon existed long before Jesus spoke about not having one jot or tittle passing from the Law, so it is probable that His comment was a reference to this story, and His audience was aware of it.

Solomon built pagan altars rather than destroying them.

In Deuteronomy 7:5, God tells the Israelites they must destroy the idolatrous nations' altars, break down their sacred pillars, cut down their wooden images, and burn their carved images with fire. Yet in 1 Kings 11:7 (MEV), we find that Solomon built a "high place for Chemosh, the abomination of Moab, in the hill that is close to Jerusalem, and for Molek, the abomination of the children of Ammon."

Solomon's actions affected many future generations. Not only did his own sons turn from God as the Scriptures said would happen, but his future generations also followed Grandpa Solomon's folly.

It's sobering to put ourselves in King Solomon's shoes and consider that sometimes when everything seems to be going well in our lives, it may not be the result of God's blessing but His abandonment.

In Jeremiah 12:1b, the prophet claims the Lord is righteous but still questions God's judgments by begging the question "Why does the way of the wicked prosper?" King David also addressed this issue in Psalm 73:3 when he stated the ungodly are the ones who prosper in the world and increase in riches.

I am not saying this is true of all people who prosper. It's just that when we are prospering, it doesn't necessarily mean God is favoring us. We could be in a slippery place, and we had better be giving God the glory for "our" successes. Solomon, though, took the credit for his own success.

The Lawless One

So let's summarize what we have learned about Solomon. In spite of being beloved by God, blessed by God, and given abundant wisdom, fame, fortune, power and authority, Solomon thanked God by doing the following:

Multiplying his number of wives

Marrying foreign wives

Building more than a thousand pagan altars in and around Jerusalem, including within the temple precincts

Instituting human sacrifice on those very altars, murdering his firstborn children to pagan gods

Multiplying silver, gold and horses to himself

Selling arms to enemies and terrorists

Making covenants with forbidden foreign nations

Exalting himself above his brethren

Thumbing his nose at God and thinking he was above God's Law

This is the type of king the world is seeking to bring peace to the Middle East? No wonder many will be deceived.

Instead of trying to figure out who the Antichrist will be, we need to study what he will be like. Solomon was a total narcissist, and the Antichrist will be as well. Solomon had it all—power, wealth and fame—yet he was completely miserable.

Prophetically, I see all this unfolding again. Remember that prophetic patterns repeat themselves over and over in history. Haman was an Amalekite. His ancestry even showed he was from the royal line of Agag, the king of Amalek.

In Exodus 17:16, after the initial battle with Amalek, God states that from generation to generation He will have war with Amalek. This means that in every generation, there will be a nation wanting to destroy Israel or the Jewish people. Hitler was the Amalek of his day, and today we have the Amalek leaders of Iran proudly boasting of their desire to destroy Israel.

I believe historical patterns will be repeated in other aspects as well. Someone who will seem to be wiser than everyone else will try to achieve a false peace by entering into ungodly covenants with all the foreign nations. He will try to achieve a land-for-peace agreement in Israel, thinking it wiser to cut the baby in half and create two nations as two people groups are claiming the land of Israel as their own. This will only result in killing the baby that is alive!

This ungodly leader will have no regard for God's covenants with Israel, believing the covenants have been done away with, have been replaced or have already been fulfilled, and it is now time for a new era.

Hopefully by now, you have a different perspective on Solomon and can see how deceptively godly someone can appear if you do not have an accurate biblical perspective.


Mark Biltz is an author, commentator and the founder of El Shaddai Ministries.

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           Comment on STAR TREK: DISCOVERY Review — ‘Such Sweet Sorrow’ by Tim Clodfelter       Comment   Translate Page      
Saw it up to the flatworld rip-off near the end of season one and bits and pieces of season two. Many episodes have been shameless fanfic knockoffs of specific Trek episodeS. It’s fun for what it is. But Many Discovery haters hold it up as the “true heir” when bashing DSC, when it’s more like a comfort food rehash. But while I may bash it here, I wouldn’t go on a forum for Orville fans and crap on it the way these rabid DSC haters do.
           Comment on STAR TREK: DISCOVERY Review — ‘Such Sweet Sorrow’ by The Science Fiction Oracle       Comment   Translate Page      
The Orville is just sophomoric, cheap looking, cheesy acting, poor writing, and silly. Other than that, it's just phenomenal.
           Comment on STAR TREK: DISCOVERY Review — ‘Such Sweet Sorrow’ by The Science Fiction Oracle       Comment   Translate Page      
And to make maters worse, the dude has zero sense of humor. :-) PS: But then again, Dr. Manhattan is like the more boring superhero ever.
           Comment on STAR TREK: DISCOVERY Review — ‘Such Sweet Sorrow’ by Sunspear       Comment   Translate Page      
Don't forget the "polyphobic metamaterial" required for the liner/under-suit. Meta-fear fabric?
           Comment on STAR TREK: DISCOVERY Review — ‘Such Sweet Sorrow’ by Sunspear       Comment   Translate Page      
Maybe was juvenile at times during its first season, but the second is improved. The latest episode could easily have fit as a TNG story. And it was directed by Jonathan Frakes with a part for Marina Sirtis to boot. The robot invasion two-parter was very well done. The scenes showing the robot city were movie level quality and the massive space battle in part 2 rival anything seen elsewhere in Trek. Frakes made a comment about his experience directing about MacFarlane asking him to tone down the excessive camera movements on <i>Discovery</i>: "In Orville the cutting style and shooting style are much more like Next Gen and Voyager, that sort of ’90s television era which didn’t have wildly moving camera moves. Whereas on Discovery we are encouraged to do the sort of J.J. Abrams cinematic version of Star Trek." The aesthetics are deliberately restrained, not "cheap looking." And the themes have become more serious and deeper.
           Comment on STAR TREK: DISCOVERY Review — ‘Such Sweet Sorrow’ by Tim Clodfelter       Comment   Translate Page      
I think that was kind of the point of Doc M, how someone that powerful couldn’t relate to humanity. Also he didn’t have much of a sense of humor either. ;)
           Comment on STAR TREK: DISCOVERY Review — ‘Such Sweet Sorrow’ by The Science Fiction Oracle       Comment   Translate Page      
It's just out of control. Very sad.
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           Comment on A Grand by Vanamonde       Comment   Translate Page      
Well in the UK we get Discovery on Netflix, so worth keeping it for that alone.
          Comment on ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Co-Showrunner Says Season 2 Finale Will Provide Answers To The Show’s Mysteries by alphantrion      Comment   Translate Page      
I think the way you are separating the fandom is wrong and very dangerous in the long run. I don't think there is an us or them mentality here. At least, there shouldn't be, this would only make the gap between the fandom even more. I think we should look at both sides with open minds, this is how the philosophy of Trek works. What you are doing is bsically reverse gate-keeping and its not cool.
          Comment on How The USS Enterprise Bridge Was Brought To Life For ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ by alphantrion      Comment   Translate Page      
Yeah, I have a feeling they might mix the two shows. The problem is they want Michelle Yeoh for a lead role and I wonder if they could consider or if it is possible to have two leads with Yeoh and Mount together or would they just relegate Mr Mount to a recurring role.
          Comment on ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Co-Showrunner Says Season 2 Finale Will Provide Answers To The Show’s Mysteries by Legate Damar      Comment   Translate Page      
Let’s wait and see. Hopefully, even with the changes that are coming up, the show will stay true to its first two seasons.
          Comment on Analysis: “Such Sweet Sorrow, Part 2” Promo Reveals Epic ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Season Finale by TG47      Comment   Translate Page      
I'm with you Marja. I will be very discouraged if they attempt a Borg origin story. Burnham doesn't have to be at the centre of the creation of the greatest Trek villains in two other series.
          Comment on ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Co-Showrunner Says Season 2 Finale Will Provide Answers To The Show’s Mysteries by blackmocco      Comment   Translate Page      
Yeah, have to agree. Not thrilled about a reset button being hit just so the writers can get out of a corner they’ve painted themselves into. Not convinced it’s going to solve the show’s main problem: the writing.
          Comment on How The USS Enterprise Bridge Was Brought To Life For ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ by c d      Comment   Translate Page      
Looks an Abramsverse bridge with a few TOS-esque doodads tacked on. And did they grease the camera lenses? Every light looks like a smeary glarey blur. Not impressed. But it doesn't have to look like the TOS Enterprise bridge, since ST:Discovery is an alternate universe. But couldn't they stop the flares and glare? Or maybe my eyes are just sensitive to light. >;>}
          Comment on Analysis: “Such Sweet Sorrow, Part 2” Promo Reveals Epic ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Season Finale by TG47      Comment   Translate Page      
Uhm, Marja none of the other Trek shows have had the entire show centre on one main character. Most Trek fans argue that it's the relationships that make the show. Spock didn't exist just to make Kirk look like a hero. And neither did Bones. Even for TOS, Roddenberry drew a line and wrote a memo to Shatner, Nimoy and Kelly saying that indulging their desires for more dialogue and more of the show centred on them 'would make them and the show ridiculous.' It's been published from the archives. So, Brian Fuller had the idea of a Trek show with the ensemble at a different level in the hierarchy.... Ok But we don't have to think that the way the idea is being executed is working out... We're not seeing Burnham growing and dealing with feedback from her captains. We're just seeing the fate of all sentient life in the galaxy being all about her. Nothing in the premise demands that.
          Comment on How The USS Enterprise Bridge Was Brought To Life For ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ by Kevin      Comment   Translate Page      
I'm a devout Trekker and/or Trekkie. I accept it. I also accept Michael as Spock's sister bc I understand things happen off camera. So, whether or not you do recall (makes you seem like a Casual Trekkie there) the powers that be can make that call and "devout" Trekkers will accept it as they always do until Discovery.
          Comment on How The USS Enterprise Bridge Was Brought To Life For ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ by Kevin      Comment   Translate Page      
Nope. And I was thinking Calypso when I posted this.
          Comment on Analysis: “Such Sweet Sorrow, Part 2” Promo Reveals Epic ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Season Finale by alphantrion      Comment   Translate Page      
So basically we have had the longest pilot ever for a series with 29 episodes. Now the show is really starting. Lets see where it goes from here.
          Comment on How The USS Enterprise Bridge Was Brought To Life For ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ by LtMiles      Comment   Translate Page      
Yes, thank you. I was just thinking that it looked like Tron threw up in here. There are too many lights in the wrong place. Impossible place to work. TMP got it the most right-Illuminated work surfaces with even Mid- to Low- key general lighting.
          Comment on Anson Mount On ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Reframing Pike’s Future, And Trying To Out-Shatner Chris Pine by boborci      Comment   Translate Page      
Presidential? Thanks!
          Comment on ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Co-Showrunner Says Season 2 Finale Will Provide Answers To The Show’s Mysteries by TG47      Comment   Translate Page      
This from the writer who amped up the tears, drawn out scenes of people dying... And who has reduced Tilly's development to a sitcom auto-laugh. Ms. Paradise: while you seem well intentioned, you have a good ways to go to demonstrate that the show didn't get worse since you joined the writers room. Many of us were very concerned to hear that there had been an unhealthy situation between the writers' room and the previous showrunners, and we're giving season 2 the benefit of the doubt, but the number of voices that have said that they were surprised to find themselves disengaged after Project Daedalus is too high. Some good moments, especially from Kim and Lippoldt. But really, did you and Kurtzman really thing that this is what the audience was looking for? (If I'd wanted YA/teen melodrama, I would have watched your last series.)
          Comment on ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Co-Showrunner Says Season 2 Finale Will Provide Answers To The Show’s Mysteries by Holden      Comment   Translate Page      
The victory of a third season belongs to all Trek fans, regardless of any individual levels of criticism. I've been there with DISCO since day one. I was even one of those few who defended the pilot when it didn't seem to be the trend to do so. Personally, during season one, I didn't have a problem with a lot of the timeline issues others did, and which maybe they are retconning now. My problem was more with characterization and narrative construction as the season wore on. But I always valued having more Trek, and still do. To me, having constructive conversations about the possible futures of the franchise has long been a part of being a Trek fan. I really don't like this idea that one person tries to claim "our victory" of a third season while bashing everyone else, who may have expressed some of the concerns you raised, but who have been no less supportive of the show overall.
          Comment on ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Co-Showrunner Says Season 2 Finale Will Provide Answers To The Show’s Mysteries by Corinthian7      Comment   Translate Page      
No you’re not. I suggested this sometime ago as his biological changes provide a neat way of Burnham sidestepping him without killing off Saru..
          Comment on ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Co-Showrunner Says Season 2 Finale Will Provide Answers To The Show’s Mysteries by Trek fan      Comment   Translate Page      
Hate fans with legitimate complaints? Bridge or no bridge, the writing was bad and the main characters weren't liked. Discovery behaves more like a CW teen show than a cerebral sci fi property with 5 shows of precedent that proceeded it. Nevermind it is behind a paywall so other should rival series from pay channels. I don't mean to be argumentative but the reception by the fans speaks for itself. I agree about the Abrams movies though. While not perfect, I enjoyed them and thought the fan hate was overstated. Not so with Discovery. This show deserves the negative feedback.
          Comment on ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Co-Showrunner Says Season 2 Finale Will Provide Answers To The Show’s Mysteries by TG47      Comment   Translate Page      
I think that Doug Jones has already told us the answer : Saru know that Burnham is always the one to save the day. Sigh. It would have been very welcome to see Burnham grown into a leader.
          Comment on ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Co-Showrunner Says Season 2 Finale Will Provide Answers To The Show’s Mysteries by Mark      Comment   Translate Page      
Am I the only one not convinced that Saru will be the captain in the third season?
          Comment on Analysis: “Such Sweet Sorrow, Part 2” Promo Reveals Epic ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Season Finale by PEB      Comment   Translate Page      
Toger, remember though that the original plan wasn't going to be to face down Sect31. They were going to blow up Disco and aboard the Enterprise hightail it back to safe space. With Disco gone, the sphere data would be gone. That only failed when the AI took over
          Comment on ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Co-Showrunner Says Season 2 Finale Will Provide Answers To The Show’s Mysteries by Marty      Comment   Translate Page      
Yep. I have come to hate Trek's critics inside fandom, especially since Discovery came alone. These people aren't about creation, they are about destruction. I thought Trek was on it's arse with the JJ movies, they really weren't my thing but I understood that some Trek was better than no Trek. Now, as you say, what Discovery was to this point is now coming to an end and they have won.
          Comment on Analysis: “Such Sweet Sorrow, Part 2” Promo Reveals Epic ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Season Finale by Marja      Comment   Translate Page      
How is it hollow?
          Comment on Analysis: “Such Sweet Sorrow, Part 2” Promo Reveals Epic ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Season Finale by Marja      Comment   Translate Page      
Thank you, Temarc, yes. A lot of people seem to forget the show is centered on Michael because the show was conceived to be about a main character who is not the captain of the ship. Burnham is THE MAIN CHARACTER.
          Comment on Analysis: “Such Sweet Sorrow, Part 2” Promo Reveals Epic ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Season Finale by Marja      Comment   Translate Page      
I hope so too, PEB!
          Comment on Analysis: “Such Sweet Sorrow, Part 2” Promo Reveals Epic ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Season Finale by Marja      Comment   Translate Page      
Well that's just depressing as hell, Hugh. I know it will make Certain fans very, very happy if it comes out that way. Not me though
          Comment on Analysis: “Such Sweet Sorrow, Part 2” Promo Reveals Epic ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Season Finale by Marja      Comment   Translate Page      
I have that feeling. Which makes me ask, Discovery will be folded into that show? And thus a limited series? Or will Picard's part be limited and the series continue? I am ... so ... !!!
          Comment on Analysis: “Such Sweet Sorrow, Part 2” Promo Reveals Epic ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Season Finale by Marja      Comment   Translate Page      
I was freaking SCREAMING, "Why don't they JUMP?!!!!"
          Comment on ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Co-Showrunner Says Season 2 Finale Will Provide Answers To The Show’s Mysteries by Wes      Comment   Translate Page      
This two parter pretty much betrayed many fans who have supported this from the beginning. The producers pretty much listened to the detractors and said “here, you want Discovery erased from the pre-TOS era? You hate the ship’s advanced aesthetic? Here’s our response to you. You won, and screw the people who have supported us.” This is how I really felt about this episode. The haters have won despite our victory of a third season.
          Comment on ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Co-Showrunner Says Season 2 Finale Will Provide Answers To The Show’s Mysteries by Phil      Comment   Translate Page      
Which is still in the future. And the show has always had canon issues.
          Comment on How The USS Enterprise Bridge Was Brought To Life For ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ by Denny C      Comment   Translate Page      
This bridge is still predominantly grey and black. The railing is really the only splash of color until the ship goes to red alert.
          Comment on How The USS Enterprise Bridge Was Brought To Life For ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ by J_Randomuser      Comment   Translate Page      
It was a joke
          Comment on How The USS Enterprise Bridge Was Brought To Life For ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ by Martin      Comment   Translate Page      
It makes no sense that the viewscreen wouldn't be the entire wall. And likewise the touch screens. If modern airliners have touchscreens all over, why would a starship 300 years from now go back to buttons or viewscreens smaller than today's TVs?
          Comment on ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Co-Showrunner Says Season 2 Finale Will Provide Answers To The Show’s Mysteries by Silvereyes      Comment   Translate Page      
Lighten the tone? Have our characters have a little fun? Am I watching the same show?
          Comment on How The USS Enterprise Bridge Was Brought To Life For ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ by Jemini      Comment   Translate Page      
The enterprise wasn't completed the same year in the kelvin timeline as it was in tos so Spock was an instructor at the Academy and you never get that first mission with him and Pike. Number one was working aboard another ship imo. Yeah, the fact it looks different makes totally sense because it isn't even the same ship. Just like the characters, the kelvin enterprise is her own unique ship influenced by the tech of that reality just like her tos counterpart was the result of events and influences from that reality.
          Comment on Analysis: “Such Sweet Sorrow, Part 2” Promo Reveals Epic ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Season Finale by Patrick      Comment   Translate Page      
The fact is they are trying to rewrite the timeline to get back in line with the otc timeline that was obstructed by the Kelvin timeline or they are trying to get at least back to the Kelvin timeline ..
          Comment on ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Co-Showrunner Says Season 2 Finale Will Provide Answers To The Show’s Mysteries by Beosker Posey      Comment   Translate Page      
Tos itself had canon issues
          Comment on Review: ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Comes Together For “Such Sweet Sorrow” by C Zenko      Comment   Translate Page      
I used to think people who watch Star Trek were people who think farther ahead then most. Every week, i read the articles, and sometimes people post interesting comments, but mostly is is people just complaining, and being picky and whiny. You all sit here and argue about weather blue is better than red. An opinion is fine, but if someone does not agree they are not wrong, they just have a different point of view. State an opinion if you'd like, if someone disagrees or have a different point of view let it be.
          Comment on How The USS Enterprise Bridge Was Brought To Life For ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ by Jemini      Comment   Translate Page      
This bridge looks a bit like Abrams version, but with a tos color scheme that I'm not even sure I like. I think neutral colors are safer than making it look like Saturday Night Fever. I don't find dark bridges and contrast too realistic for what these people do there. I do get the vintage quality to it, but tos sets were the cute 60s flavour of what they thought looked futuristic. It was fun but it was the freaking 60s. Ostensibly trying to have the same thing now is illogical. Nice nod and all for those who care but it shouldn't become the rule.
          Comment on How The USS Enterprise Bridge Was Brought To Life For ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ by Martin      Comment   Translate Page      
The Section 31 show is still not greenlit. There is no date for season 1. My guess is that it has been put on the back burner because CBS as soon as they saw rough cuts with Anson Mount's Pike that they started considering a Pike series then. All Section 31 stuff slowed down, and they broke the finale into 2 parts at that time. They are probably gearing up for Pike series, and Section 31 might be in that (probably would), but the Section 31 show is likely not happening.
          Comment on ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Co-Showrunner Says Season 2 Finale Will Provide Answers To The Show’s Mysteries by Joe      Comment   Translate Page      
Voyager maybe my least favorite Star Trek series but now that we had one series with a starship lost in another part of the galaxy far from home, I often wondered if the idea ever came up to have a starship lost in time or in another universe so I am hoping that they go through with this idea and send them into the future. Can't wait to see next weeks episode.
          Comment on ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Co-Showrunner Says Season 2 Finale Will Provide Answers To The Show’s Mysteries by Professor Spock      Comment   Translate Page      
"The show is already set in the Future". Spock Jenkins not really. Discovery is set in the past in Star Trek canon. I'm talking about Star Trek history not the real world so that doesn't apply.
          Comment on ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Co-Showrunner Says Season 2 Finale Will Provide Answers To The Show’s Mysteries by Spock Jenkins      Comment   Translate Page      
"I want season 3 to be set in the future." The show is already set in the Future.
          Comment on ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Co-Showrunner Says Season 2 Finale Will Provide Answers To The Show’s Mysteries by Professor Spock      Comment   Translate Page      
Star Trek: Discovery has a lot of canon issues but this season did address those issues. I want season 3 to be set in the future. The show doesn't need to be so close to TOS. This is what I hate about prequels. The Star Wars prequels had the same problems, how to connect them to A New Hope and the original trilogy and so on. George Lucas figured it out. Star Trek can do it too.
          Comment on Analysis: “Such Sweet Sorrow, Part 2” Promo Reveals Epic ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Season Finale by Deks      Comment   Translate Page      
That's nonsense, and the only reason that happened is because Humans lived in an outdated socio-economic system which promotes competitive and greed like behavior and didn't really result in well-educated population that was aware of how the natural world works (this is still the case). Behavior is impacted by environment. You are alluding to some kind of 'genetic component' or basically equivalent to 'human nature' which simply doesn't exist (the existence of this has been heavily disputed for decades now by real science). But the writers like to pander to this myth because most people accept it as 'fact' (even though its not). Most people are quite uninformed and lack basic understanding of science and how the natural world works... the general population also created a lot of myths as it went along which most still accept without questioning. The AI's reasoning is idiotic, and the writers use of AI is ridiculously limited because they project their own lack of knowledge onto the show. An AI with such computational capabilities and access to a massive Federation database alone would be able to predict events with unmatched accuracy, develop new technologies in a blink of an eye, have superior understanding of sentient behavior, and would in all likelihood not make a ridiculous assumption that everyone are the same due to actions of the few (or the misguided people in power). We are already doing it in reality with automated algorithms... and we can do a lot more... just imagine what Trek could do. But for an AI to destroy all sentient life makes 0 sense. The said AI already has massive technological advantage along with the knowledge-base. What possible threat do sentient species (especially a combination of cooperative cultures like the Federation) pose to it? The universe is really vast... it could easily leave and do its own thing... or, it could help sentient species evolve further, build bridges between cultures, better educate everyone. Eradication of all sentient life is inefficient. It requires a lot of resources and effort to actually execute. And, what have you accomplished really? Life will evolve (and probably already has) somewhere else in the vastness of cosmos... so, you'd have to find it and eradicate all of it... which also detracts from the AI's further evolution (though it could probably do both at the same time - but again, what's the point?). The possibilities are literally endless, and the writers pander to reasoning that is quite frankly a 'drama maker for the lowest common denominator'. They need to make drama on a TV show which leads to action, because the existing people 'like that kind of thing'. Trek is supposed to be better than that... it shouldn't pander to stupidity as TOS and TNG had various basis in real science.
          Comment on How The USS Enterprise Bridge Was Brought To Life For ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ by DIGINON      Comment   Translate Page      
The Picard series will be shot in California while Discovery is shot in Canada. So they would need to dismantle, ship and rebuild the set if they wanted to use it on the Picard show.
          Comment on Interview: Jonathan Frakes On Casting Marina Sirtis And What ‘The Orville’ And ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Share by Curtis Burga      Comment   Translate Page      
Did he order a..."Number One"?
          Comment on How The USS Enterprise Bridge Was Brought To Life For ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ by Mrsly69      Comment   Translate Page      
Hell yes. Pike, played beautifully by Anson Mount, saved Discovery and maybe the future of Star Trek on Tv. He represents the true vision Gene Roddenberry Trek.
          Comment on How The USS Enterprise Bridge Was Brought To Life For ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ by DIGINON      Comment   Translate Page      
I doubt that Patrick Stewart would agree to return to TREK only for Picard to be a guest captain on the Michael Burnham show for 1 season.
          Comment on How The USS Enterprise Bridge Was Brought To Life For ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ by Dr Zaius      Comment   Translate Page      
It looks terrible with only the slightest resemblance to the original. The people producing this show continue to arrogantly shit on everything that came before.
          Comment on Analysis: “Such Sweet Sorrow, Part 2” Promo Reveals Epic ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Season Finale by Rafael Rosario      Comment   Translate Page      
Or maybe control is actually the birth of the borg.
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          Comment on ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Co-Showrunner Says Season 2 Finale Will Provide Answers To The Show’s Mysteries by alphantrion      Comment   Translate Page      
Is there any way we could watch the finale as a full 2-hour movie event? Or is that only relegated to the Blu-rays?
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CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas – Dr. Jimie Owsley grew up in a home without many books.

The Corpus Christi Caller-Times reported that she lived in a rough part of Chicago, so embarking to the library on her own wasn’t an option. Then she made a discovery: She wasn’t prepared.

“By the time I got to college I realized that I could not carry on meaningful conversations in basic geography, history,” Owsley said. “So, by the time I went to medical school, I was just reading like a sponge.”

When she moved to Washington, D.C., to complete her medical residency, she said she discovered great bookstores.

Owsley is a contracted emergency room doctor for CHRISTUS Spohn Health System, operates a low-cost health care clinic and owns one of the only locally owned bookstores in South Texas.

Helping children become smarter and more literate is the goal behind initiatives at her By the Book Bookstore and another just over the bridge.

Owsley opened By the Book in December 2016, but the business then hibernated as the city began working on the roads at Ayers Street and Santa Fe for about two years.

The stores recently reopened full time as the road construction was completed.

Each day, they select a book that is up for grabs and the first person to come in and ask for the book gets it for free.

“The books are typically children’s books or classics, and they are available to really anyone,” Owsley said. “But the purpose is to build libraries. Pretty much anything I do, I know I want to give back to the community.”

At Books Ink in Portland, children can get a free book every week by answering a question. If they can’t answer the question, they still get the book – along with some homework.

Owner Jennifer Hay celebrated 15 years in business April 1 and said the purpose is to help grow libraries in homes.

“I want to make reading fun for kids,” she said. “Make it not a chore. They get to choose their book and do with it what they want. Kids that like to read will become adults that like to read.”

“I’ve been in homes where there are no books, and if there are no books, you don’t develop a love of reading,” Hay said.

Spending time reading to your children every day and having them read to you will help them grow as readers and develop their love of reading, Owsley said.

“When I was young, we didn’t have any books in our home, and I felt that I really missed out,” she said. “I think multiple things build a relationship, but certainly reading is one of those. I think every parent should have books in their home. They should read to their children.”

Helping children and adults be smarter is a major focus of By the Book. When Owsley discovered her son was born hearing impaired, doctors said the best thing for him would be to read 10 books a day.

“In his age group at Barnes and Noble, you go through 10 books a day pretty quickly, so I started ordering books online,” Owsley said. “But I really wanted him to get more nonfiction information, in case he lost his hearing one day.”

At her store, she offers books such as “Quantum Entanglement for Babies,” “Quantum Physics for Babies” and “The Little President: A Presidential Primer.”

When reading a book herself, she likes her kids to read a similar book, and then they discuss it as a family. She offers books at the store for parents interested in doing this with their children. For example, if the parent wants to read a book on Michelle Obama, there is a child-appropriate Michelle Obama book.

“I wanted books that made people smarter – professional books, medical books, law books – but I also wanted a parallel with the appropriate age group,” Owsley said. “I wanted books to improve yourself.”

Kelly Kimball’s two daughters learned how to spell by playing Scrabble at Books Ink.

One of her daughters is dyslexic, but she was never made to feel like she wasn’t good enough to play.

It is that sense of community that has kept the family coming back year after year, Kimball said.

The family began visiting the bookstore when the girls were 3 and 10. They now are 18 and 25.

“We don’t have community spaces anymore.” Hay said. “Nobody chats with their neighbors, nobody sits on a porch and waves to people, and I just wanted a place where if somebody came in they would be able to talk to another person.”

She has tried to give other small businesses an opportunity to grow, hosting tarot card readings, chair massages and other business events.

The bookstore also has several weekly and monthly events including Scrabble nights, poetry readings, a book club and book signings.

“I don’t have Wi-Fi, I’m never going to have a TV in here, so when people come in they talk to one another, and I just felt that we needed something like that,” Hay said.


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UIS is the music union and independent label from Russia. UIS produce non-commercial post-industrial compilations and spread audio cassettes and CDs on the streets, squares and other public places around the world. (intro from their Bandcamp page)
One of the headmasters of this great label is Al-Maytatu L-Habithu, I spoke about him when I posted the fantastic tape qamat-is-saatu-unpronounceable  and for this post,  He wrote a very good compendium about their work/projects including interesting links.
Big thanks to Al-Maytatu L-Habithu for his astonishing contribution.
Enjoy this amazing label.
~f(a*r)a~w*a)y~
 
Debatable art

Is art just entertainment nowadays? When professional artists are making money creating products for entertainment it is show business. What about these so-called experimental forms of art?

Modernists (experimental) art in XX-XXI centuries is “debatable” art. We have all this noise music, 4’33’’ performances, Malevich black square. It is like a question without answers. Can be noise music? What the difference between music and noise? Is silent is music? Is it Art? Modern experimental art generates these questions. All we have is endless discussions about the purpose of art. Art raises questions but does not answer. We can say that all this experimental art stands in a nihilist position.

Early art forms (an art of Pre-Modern) are not just about entertainment. Purpose of art was to capture and convey (express) the ideas, images, feelings, and knowledge as reliable as possible. Poets created ballads about past events like wars and coronations. Painters made frescoes in cathedrals as an illustration of the Bible. Musicians were inspired by religious plots, folklore, and literature.

I think it is important to save this traditionalists message in the experimental field. Instead of producing ‘experiment’ just for ‘experiment’, and ‘noise’ just for ‘noise’.

United Information Space (UIS)


The term “information space” came to sociology and philosophy from technical disciplines.

“Information space is the set of concepts and relations among them held by an information system; it describes the range of possible values or meanings an entity can have under the given rules and circumstances”. (wiki)
An information space is a type of information design in which representations of information objects are situated in a principled space. In a principled space location and direction have meaning, so that mapping and navigation become possible.
— MIT Artificial Intelligence Laboratory

“Another definition (idealistic) is that the information space is the total results of the semantic activity of the humanity, "the world of names and titles", conjugated to the ontological world. Being a primary concept, the information space cannot be precisely defined and is set as a dialectical opposition to the material, physical, object space”. (wiki)
Information space surrounds us.
It is the results of the semantic activity of humanity. We can imagine it as an invisible network. It is a world of words and meanings. We are providing knowledge not just from our personal sensory experience but also via information communications. Patterns of our behaviour, our stereotypes, our thoughts are results of communication in so-called information space.

Information space can’t be viewed as an interrelated and indivisible whole. We can still see the difference between cultural levels and national characteristics of each region. But we will come to united information space in the future where all national, religious and cultural differences will disappear. (Maybe not…) Any way we can mourn the first consequences of globalization.

So “united information space” is the result of globalization, computerization and modernization. It is a futuristic idea.


 Music in information space.

Music is information. It provides the messages to attentive listeners. Will music transform into a cross-cultural form of art in upcoming united information space?

The problem of the development of rock music is blues clichés, beyond which an artist has no opportunity to go. At one time, these boundaries suspended the development of alternative rock music. Dance music (EDM) and pop music is only entertainment. And it follows the path of perfunctory development.

I think post-industrial music can be true alternative cross-cultural music, where spiritual aspects and ethnic music roots combine with high-tech innovations in sound. It is still true avant-garde modernists music – advanced guard of cross-cultural music of upcoming united information space. And we are proud to be a part of this movement.

UIS label history

The idea of UIS was born in summer 2009 and closely related with the activity of two Russian post-industrial projects [Qamat is-sa’atu] and Per Aspera.



Ixes (ex-member of [Qamat is-sa’atu], now in Per Aspera) dreamed to create brand new crossover post-industrial sound, which can be cross-cultural and based on a wide range of musical influences. He wanted to remove the stylistic limits and became free in musical expression.

His post-industrial project Per Aspera has its roots in so-called "schwarze szene" and rhythmic noise, but in fact, his music is a mix of different cultural influences. It is noted for high attention to rhythm, formalism, absurd and genre eclecticism that he calls UIS (United Information Space). His interpretation of the concept of "industrial music" is, first of all, freedom of choice for the realization of ideas. And this is the basic principle by which tracks were created.
The term UIS, which can be interpreted as United Information Space, means stylistic eclecticism and complete rejection of any genre limitations. Later, during the work with the project [Qamat is-sa atu], the term UIS acquired its second value is a non-commercial distribution of music in the different countries of the world.

Me (Al-Maytatu L-Habithu) and Ixes found UIS label in 2010. We start to produce compilations in cooperation with like-minded bands to express our ideas in information space.


/2010/ First release Geomatika [UIS-01] was a non-profit compilation which was attended by five post-industrial projects from Russia. The edition was a few numbers of CD-R. It was spread out in public places of Manila and Panglao island, Philippines.

Name your price download: https://uislabel.bandcamp.com/album/geomatika-uis-01

Free download mp3 archive: https://yadi.sk/d/agrjJBKo3F2mZm



/2013/ Abramacabra [UIS-02] was a non-profit tape release with single demo track. Per Aspera with the participation of [Qamat is-sa’atu] produced track dedicated to one of the most influential horror writer H.P.Lovecraft.

Unfortunately, we didn't finish the track in view of some problems, but anyway we published a number of demo tapes (about 15 cassettes) which were spread out in the streets of Providence, Rhode Island where Lovecraft lived and created his occult stories.





Free download mp3 archive: yadi.sk/d/xFGL4QNICyFvd



/2013/ Koi Pond [UIS-03] was created by six industrial projects from Russia and Belorussia for distribution over the capital of South Korea - Seoul.An edition was 50 copies single-side C90. Some audiocassettes were left in public places of this city at the end of November 2013.





Free download mp3 archive: yadi.sk/d/fDXIWxUeEkEBb



/2014/ Jamia [UIS-04] became our first concept compilation. We made it spread out in Jamaica. Jamaica is best known for every music lover as the origin of reggae and dub. The compilation was created in reggae/dub tradition where original tracks were on A side of the tapes and their psychedelic (dub) mixes on side B. Edition was 50 audiocassettes C60 and about 10 copies CD-R. The part of the issue was spread out on the streets of Kingston, Montego Bay and in other cities of Jamaica.





Free download mp3 archive: yadi.sk/d/CtFRNypFQkmr3


/2014/ North Air [UIS-05] became the most integral in content and hard for distribution among all releases of UIS-community. Eight projects from Russia and Italy created dark ambient tracks, inspired by the literature of the Age of Discovery.An edition was 50 audiocassettes. Some part of the edition was left on islands of Polynesian state Samoa, where the famous writer Robert Louis Stevenson lived and worked. We dedicate this release to his immortal novel "Treasure Island".





Free download mp3 archive: yadi.sk/d/9Uuv3tmdTbwBQ



/2014/ Grotesque [UIS-06] was conceived as eclectic and weird work. Compilation unites Russian and Belarusian artists of different music genres from post-industrial to experimental black metal. There were no specific idea or concept of this release. We just freaked out and had fun. The edition was 50 audiocassettes C90. Some tapes were left among the Gustov Vigeland's grotesque sculptures in Frogner Park in Oslo, Norway.





Free download mp3 archive: yadi.sk/d/xDLNoxQ-VNY2K



/2015/ मोक्ष [UIS - 07] became our masterpiece. Edition 50 tapes. It was prepared to spread out in the Balinese village Trunyan that is worldwide known for its traditional funeral rituals.

Mokṣa (Skt. मोक्ष) in Hinduism means ''breaking from chains of reincarnation and all the miseries of material existence''.

The 9 track cassette compilation is divided into 3 parts - 3 existential phases:

Side A. Phase of Life is about the the existence of a soul in the material world (tracks 1-3) 

Side B. Phase of Death is about leaving of a soul from a body shell (tracks 4-6)

Side C. Phase of Eternity is about the astral journey of a soul (tracks 7-9) (non-physical phase is not available on physical release).
 
Please check out review by Heathen Harvest Periodical (USA): goo.gl/GvhNmC  




Photo-report: uislabel.blogspot.ru/p/uis-07-photos.html
Free download mp3 archive: 
yadi.sk/d/rLtESLT_harZj 


/2016/ Анатомический атлас [UIS - 08] was dedicated to the works of A. Vesalius, F. Ruysch, N. Tulp and to all progressive scientists, physicians and philosophers, who affected the development of medicine in Europe's Renaissance and the Age of Enlightenment. Edition 50 tapes. Part of  it was spread out in the streets of Eindhoven - one of the oldest cities in the Netherlands.

Reviews:
© Santa Sangre (Poland): goo.gl/I9IiSA 

© Mithra! Templezine (France): goo.gl/cVb1Jb 

© Existence Establishment (USA): existest.org/ee_v3/?p=9416 



Free download mp3 archive: yadi.sk/d/wOXG5AVNsdNJS 



/2017/ Аргандаб [UIS-09] brought together twelve projects from Russia, Denmark and Italy. Each participant dedicated his track to the tragic events of 1979-1989 - the war in Afghanistan. Part of the edition of 75 tapes was spread out on the streets of Kabul in 2017.




Free download mp3 archive: https://yadi.sk/d/FE6ZYLO73LdsJu



/2018/ Ещё не время предавать [UIS-10] is about Islamic Revolution in Iran. Working with the historical background we tried to convey the feel and mood of Iranian society in 1978–1979. The compilation includes the work of nine musical projects from Russia, Germany and the UK. Edition 75 tapes. Audio cassettes were randomly circulated in Tehran and Bandar Abbas in January 2018.







Our next work will be released in summer of 2019 dedicated to 45th anniversary of Cyprus conflict. We will bring together excellent post-industrial acts from Russia, Italy, Greece and Turkey. Stay tuned for that!




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"Sorry Guys" by dgt - 4.13.19

Life goes on and it doesn't matter what you think. This world is in serious danger and it will take serious, dedicated people to help fix it. If you don't have the fortitude or the stomach for that but instead want to be part of the problem not part of the solution then it's best for everyone if you go find a place and people, better suited to you.

We have grown tired and weary. I wish you well on your journey of your own discovery. Blessings. BB
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