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Mortality - The Elk Returns to the Earth

Nature is constantly reminding me of my human frailty. Be it an odd feeling in a part of my body, a Dragonfly wing falling from nowhere into my hand at Burning Man or animal bones on the trail in front of me.
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My New Drum

Into the Trance I will go. Straight from Finland thanks to Ebay UK.
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We have been asked of God to worship, because that is the only way we as puny humans can emulate true compassion to other things in the universe. If we are to join the community of the greater Universe, the only way is to learn this true compassion – WHM
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The Moon Right Now

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The Hubble and the Spitzer

M51, whose name comes from being the 51st entry in Charles Messier's catalog, is considered to be one of the classic examples of a spiral galaxy. At a distance of about 30 million light years from Earth, it is also one of the brightest spirals in the night sky. A composite image of M51, also known as the Whirlpool Galaxy, shows the majesty of its structure in a dramatic new way through several of NASA's orbiting observatories.
Tue, December 11, 2007 - 3:00 PM permalink
A developing star wrapped in a black cocoon of dust is seen sprouting giant jets in a new image from NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope.
Thu, November 29, 2007 - 9:00 AM permalink
A stellar prodigy has been spotted about 450 light-years away in a system called UX Tau A by NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope. Astronomers suspect this system's central Sun-like star, which is just one million years old, may already be surrounded by young planets. Scientists hope the finding will provide insight into when planets began to form in our own solar system.
Wed, November 28, 2007 - 9:00 AM permalink
The next time you take a moonlit stroll, or admire a full, bright-white moon looming in the night sky, you might count yourself lucky. New observations from NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope suggest that moons like Earth's -- that formed out of tremendous collisions -- are uncommon in the universe, arising at most in only 5 to 10 percent of planetary systems.
Tue, November 20, 2007 - 9:00 AM permalink
Dr. David Charbonneau was named Discover Magazine's "Scientist of the Year" for his work in detecting and characterizing planets around nearby Sun-like stars. His profile appears in the December issue, which hits newsstands on November 13, 2007.
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Space rocks - No, not between my ears! Image of the Day

Black Water

A satellite captures South Korea's worst oil spill on record.

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Steps Ahead

This area of Mars' Candor Chasma displays unusual looking 'steps.'

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Kyoto Zen Rock Garden Backyard

Title - Redbukittzzzz
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Rocio and the Rainbow - Burning Man 07

The weather at Burning Man 07 rocked - Quite appropriate for the Green Man theme. Except for having to quickly put away my solar kit for the rain, ...[click image for more]
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This sign could apply to just about any large group of people that screw things up for other people. I made this :)
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I Want to Ravage and Pillage my Own Home

Who would not feel heart warmed and well invited by this scene? Burning Man 06
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Leopard Dreams

After visiting the Zoo, I dreamt I was at a party with the animals. They were people, but with the animal's personalities.
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Rock Star Video Jockey

As you can see, only one of my "Enviro-boxes" ended up getting used. The one that worked was super helpful. It sufficed to fully protect a computer and a projector. Click Image for More Details.
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The next time you'll heft a load and be grateful you did. Get away from the social drudgery and talk it over with a nature critter, perhaps some rocks will understand you better anyways.
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Video GEEEK!!!

Sometimes work ain't so bad.
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Drum to Trance to

My Great Grandfather was a minister in a Finnish language spoken church. He MAY have led his congregation in Trance sessions. I asked my mom about the potential of having Sami (Lappland- a derogatory name) blood in our family... [click image for more]
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My Love

My Love
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Film stands the test of time

Rocio - Circa(ish) 1965 - Really 2005 - Can't do THIS effect with digital
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O.k. I'm a consumer! -ThinkGeek WishList

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The Amazing Throng

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What the rest of the world thinks of U.S

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RSS on Privacy, With Funny Brit Spelling

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Another Reason to Fire Those in Office

The Sister Law to the Military Commissions Act of 2006:

The "John Warner Defense Authorization Act of 2007" (H.R.5122)" - a revision of " the Insurrection Act..." - "Public Law 109-364"

This law would bring war to the home front. With it, the President would be able to declare Martial Law without having to get approval from anyone. In fact, it does not even have to be called “Martial Law”, even though that is essentially what it would be.

With it, the Commander in Chief can "declare a 'public emergency' and station troops anywhere in America and take control of state-based National Guard units without the consent of the governor or local authorities, in order to 'suppress public disorder.'"

It also greatly reduces the decision making power of the National Guard - one of the few sources of economic advancement left in dwindling rural economies.

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Remember, it's your Representative who allows this type of thing to happen. The President has no power without them. Research meticulously to arm yourself with proper knowledge, let your Senator's and Congressmen know what you think, and tell your friends and family in the least passionate way you can.

We must let info pass to the public with out spin! We must let people make up their own minds and think. The best weapon against war is the insidiousness of war itself. People can see it by themselves. They just need to be armed with true knowledge. Your smart perceptions and wits are now a weapon.

The only war worth fighting is the fight against war.

To lighten the load a little, don't take yourself too seriously - Here's a good article from the Onion to help:

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Look at Amazon, Buy at Powell's

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Hölkyn kölkyn !!!!

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Half Finnish/ Half German - Root Hunt My Dad's side is from Munster, Alsace (now part of France) and my mom's side is from Oulu, Finland (close to Saamiland).
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cacophony: harsh or discordant sound.
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yesessarily (noun) The argumentative counter to the statement "not necessarily".
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This Stange New World

There is a new invention that has major implications on how we capture energy. This man invented a ribbon process that captures wind power in a smaller format with less maintenance needed:

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An array of these devices, coupled with solar power and Vibrational Harvesting and you have an all-weather, environmentally sound, power harvester.

Vibrational Harvesting:

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The similarity to this device and the concept of String Theory is quite uncanny - almost an allegory. If we could shrink such a multipurpose device down to the nano-technology level, it could get downright mystical. No longer are statements like "vibrational energy" and "taking the power of the universe" a Hippy-Dippy and New Age mumbo jumbo. They have indeed entered the daily language of Tech Geeks.

It almost seems the idea of this invention might have been inspired by Quantum musings. Are we coming to a point in our human evolution where all concepts can finally merge and be useful on a mundane level - yet become dimension shattering in their execution?
Tue, October 23, 2007 - 1:49 PM permalink - 2 comments
While I have absolutely no kind words for Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, I'm afraid that the Columbia University debate (which may have initially been scheduled as a guest speaker event) has only fueled the fire of the Bush Administration's Saber rattling.

It just smells a lot like an 80's anti-communist propaganda movie to me.

Don't forget that the U.S. has invaded and is occupying countries on both sides of Iran. Anyone who's played the game Risk knows that you must first border a country before attacking it.

Just be wary of any outright emotional argument that doesn't see or take in account all the angles. If the current U.S. Administration is successful at painting the devil, we will feel the effects even way longer after they have gone.
Wed, September 26, 2007 - 1:56 PM permalink - 2 comments
Man!! I can't get over how cool the Spitzer Images are getting. I don't know why they choose the colors they do for their "false-color", but the poetic significance, and the ability to gaze at the clouds/stars and see modern relevancies is phenomenal.

I call this one the "Green Man". Funny enough the green clouds in the image represent of all things: Carbon! Yes the same stuff that is causing Global Warming - "PAHs are formed anytime carbon-based materials are burned incompletely. On Earth, they can be found in the sooty exhaust from automobile and airplane engines. They also coat the grills where charcoal-broiled meats are cooked.":

I call the one in the link below - Keep on Truckin':
Wed, August 15, 2007 - 9:54 AM permalink - 1 comment
Mushrooms may be a key to a much needed energy source. Now you can have your car ingest and go on a magic mushroom ride!!!

Well, actually the mushrooms could assist to breaking down a biomass into biofuel much better then the inefficient methods used by the current Ethanol political scam. More specifically, at least understanding their genome sequence in relation to how they so efficiently break down organic matter will assist in finding a better way to break down biomass.

"Biofuels: Beyond Corn - Gene sequencing could help make more energy-efficient biofuels practical."

Here's the article:

Link found in one of my Geekly newsletters:

Photo from Wikipedia:
Tue, July 24, 2007 - 3:27 PM permalink - 1 comment
As we look out into the universe, does it look back at us?

This “false color” image from the Spitzer Space Telescope of the Helix nebula has an all-seeing-Gnostic-eye staring scarily down on us from the heavens. Its monstrous leer seems to want to penetrate our souls.

In actuality, the Helix nebula is a dead star surrounded by clouds of gas that have “puffed out”. Still though, this very simple physics concept still permeates our psyche with its familiarity. This fear may not be so far off and might just be based in our socialized training that we receive every day.

In the United States, even our money stares back at us. It’s as if those in power and the rest of the world know better, and we are its dupe.

This is where our initial reaction is simply wrong. The universe is a mirror of our own souls. We are its master. We are also its grateful servant.

Those that only wish to gain power through this manipulation of our fears will cower to our empowerment soon to be revealed. This universe is telling us these telltale signs that those that abuse power, have forgotten their own place in the universe and soon will meet their due.

We will prevail.
Thu, February 22, 2007 - 10:55 AM permalink - 1 comment
In an age of job outsourcing, fraudulent bank practices, privatization w/o accountability, war profiteering and general political mishaps and mayhem, it’s easy to loose sight of the positive things in this world.

It’s easy to forget that there ARE people out there who are doing things for the general betterment of humanity. Thanks to PBS I’ve been reminded of one such person:

Microbiologist Dr. Gary Strobel of Montana State University has been discovering and promoting the connection of Endophytes to the use of medicinal plants by indigenous and traditional cultures. Endophytes are microscopic life forms inside nearly all of the world's plants. They form a unique and advantages symbiotic relationship with that plant. He is finding that the plants used by Medicine men that have strong healing properties are not necessarily healing due to the properties of the plants, but from the Endophytes within the plants.

The documentary “Jewels of the Jungle” not only shows Strobel’s great respect for the cultures that he learns of the plants from, but a unique, hopeful and joyful outlook on life. His playful persona is nicely noted in his signature Amanita Muscaria colored Gnome hat, which doubles as a specimen collection bag (Which the Smithsonian Museum happens to have in their library).

Not only is his attitude inspiring, but so is his subject matter. Endophytes live a unique symbiotic relationship with the plants that they inhabit. The Endophytes give the plants protection from diseases and injury and in turn the plants give them nutrients for survival.

We as humans should learn from this symbiotic relationship; that we don’t need to destroy the natural world to get uses from it. Ideally, by helping nature along we are in the long run helping ourselves.

While Strobel is not an Ethnobotanist per se, he is indeed bridging the gap between Science and cultural studies.

Endophytes to me pose a very intriguing connection in the natural world. I see them as the missing link between plant and animal communication. The Jungle Shaman will look at a plant and know what that plants uses are, either by intuition or passed on knowledge. The shaman will say quite literally that the plants are telling him this knowledge.

If the highly competitive chemical founded pharmaceutical industries don’t bury his ideas he will have benefited humanity in a respectful and sustainable way. He may even have helped cure Malaria – one of the major causes of death on this planet.

See the movie here:

Or buy it from Montana PBS:
Thu, January 25, 2007 - 12:52 PM permalink - 2 comments
We are getting closer to the "Great Mother", or very literally called the "Black Hole" in Mayan lore. This is the actual Black Hole at the center of our Milky Way galaxy. We will come into alignment with a dark radial arm of it in the year 2012 - a cosmic event that happens every 5126(?) years.

As we get closer, we will see telltale signs of its coming. Like the musings of prehistoric shamans and playful artists, we will see signs in the stars. Only now we will be using new technologies.

This image is one such artist's depiction that appears as playful fun, like making faces in the clouds. Click the image if you are vieing the small window and don't see the animation.

Like older cultures with their fairies in the woods, or gnomes in the rocks - we can take it quite literally too. What the artist did not draw in this giant black dust cloud are the more dragon-like features - such as the legs at the back. I believe this to be one of the great creatures forcing us to muse upon our evolution and advancement. Maybe even a clue, to understand our true, deep and hidden nature.

Image from the Spitzer telescope website:
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BM07 - My Adventure's from BurnyLand

In 06 I had "The 2nd Year Fever". This year I had what I would call "The 3rd year Ambivalence Blues". I had quite a few realizations this year that brought the reality of Burning Man to surface with a real harshness. I've come to realize that I hate people - especially "Burner" types.

Well, not all real Burner's. But there are a few that are soon to kill the whole Burning Man experience for everyone:

1. Fucked-Up Dude who throws his beer cans everywhere or sticks it in the Porta-Potty or your bicycle spokes. Probably came in an RV or his jock-frat friend's "theme camp". True goal - to get fucked up and see some titties. I think that BRC should form a DNR and start hunting seasons. With population growth reaching maximum capacity causing competition for dwindling resources and the cops holding back Darwinian principles, we should now have Open Season on intentional litterbugs. Let's start a new tradition of "Thwopping the Asshole".

2. Sense of Entitlement, The-Style-Is-The-Revolution fancy pants Burner. This is a dapper Burner type who is dressed perfectly to the T with most likely BM themed costuming that they purchased . He will not sit down at the Temple burn because the "ground is nasty" - even though there are already people sitting right behind him. He is successful at making all his friends follow suit. He has no sense of community except to his close friends (that have the same exact fashion).

3. The Tourists - My adventure from BurnyLand hit me hard as I rode around the Esplanade on Thursday night (now my least favorite night). Uggg - what ever happened to No Spectators. Piss Clear had a great name for the Esplanade - "Dorksplanade". I got really sad seeing the Touristy side of Burning Man - I dub it Burnyland.

4. Corporate Looking MegaRave camps. - I don't give a specific type of person here as this phenomenon has no soul. While there was some cool stuff coming out of these mega-money set ups, I saw no purpose in those large clubs being at Burning Man - they can make these experiences anywhere at anytime. How they filled the entire Playa with huge unoriginal THUMP,THUMP and gigantic dome light-wash was alienating to say the least. Though the money probably came from drugs rather then Corporate sources, I see no difference in their branding techniques. Don't get me wrong - I love electronic music - Green Moon, the Deep End and Green Gorilla Lounge were awesome. But when you take the underground, the talent and the originality out of the music, it looses it's soul.


I did however have a good experience with some people. The old timers rocked. Thanks to the guy who loaned me his frame drum during a Center Camp drum circle. I had forgotten my drums and was using my tin coffee cup to play along. He handed me his beautiful drum. We got to talking about doing Sweat Lodges and music. He instilled a true sense of community in me.

David Best's camp was pretty cool. It was great to see him coming back from what looked like some hard work to see his entire camp around a huge medieval-type dinner table with food in hand singing "For He's a Jolly Good Fellow". The camp was also right next to a fully built Wood-framed Irish Pub.

Again Earth Tribe rocked. As a village it was nice to be away from the Dance Dome of 06. Vegan food and Yoga was a blessing. There still was music, but not incessant. The Minimal and Ambient music was nicely played from the art car.

All in all I still had a good time; rainbows, Lunar eclipse, early burn drama, awesome art, amazing explosions, great dance catharsis, fun weather, another visit from my Dragonfly totem, good live music, fun drum circles, fun with friends and a refreshing outlook on humanities potential.

I may or may not go next year. If I do go, it will only be to bring along some friends who haven't been yet.

I did learn one important lesson this year: Don't scream at the Burning of the Man with your mouth full of water. I give apologies to my girlfriend's face and the people in front of me. heh heh - Too much fun makes you forget the simple things.

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Burning Man 08 - American Dream Theme

I think I'd be a little sick to my stomach to see American flags strewn about the Playa (like after 911 when flags were lying about the ditches and gutters after they fell off the cars). Though I love social irony and iconic abstraction, on this subject I see it too often every day. Is there ever going to be an political campaign again where the candidate doesn't rip off, dissect and abstract the American flag in some way? That's worse then burning it in my eyes.

So until I can personally make a working American Dream in the Default world for everyone (not just rich executives who give away all our best technology secrets to make a quick buck), I don't think I deserve to have a party under such a theme.

The only reason I was probably going to go next year, was to bring friends who haven't been. Now I'm not sure I will.

For my contribution to the the Man for the 08 theme, I am going to fullfill my own ironic dream - I'M SPENDING THE MONEY TO GO TO ANOTHER COUNTRY!!! (just on vacation of course - cause I love this country).

It just occurred to me as I was posting to the Darkwad thread on the Burning Man Tribe. Is it possible that "American" has shown up in the theme as a conscious or subconscious intent to support the Regionals idea? I think I read in Piss Clear (sorry I won't bother to cite here) that the lame themes are a push to support Regionals.

Is it a push to start saying that BRC is the AMERICAN regional? Was there a LNT theme once? Did a Belgian piss Larry off last year or something?

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Pre BM07 - My Green Contribution

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BM06 - My Hopes and Fears

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Burning Man 06 - Previous Entry

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Burning Man 2005 - My Experience

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Kill Me and Save Me From This Drudgery

Being back at work makes me want to choke myself.
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As it pertains to me:

about me
I'm a mellow guy who has recently learned to be alone with myself and feel comfortable about it. I'm figuring out every day how to accept things for what they are, rather than expecting them to be something else.

I’ve learned very much about change and know that it can happen to me as well as to others. I can MAKE it happen to things in my life too – not by forcing it, but by asking for it.

When I reached thirty I feel that I emerged into a new person: I can think faster, learn more efficiently, recognize destructive behavior, have the patience to create things correctly, fix things properly and hear things from people that are benficial.

My favorite thing to do now is to ask questions, not only to know what the answer is, but to figure out WHAT my question really is.
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"... you can never have equality, because the person you want to be equal with is not standing still and waiting for you to catch up. By the time you get there, he or she will be somewhere else." - Fools Crow from "Fools Crow: Wisdom and Power"

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Spring Has Sprung!!!

Rocio's Beauty Rivals the Falls (or is it the other way around)?
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What They are Saying about MOI

March 28, 2007
A man for all seasons and all reasons.
July 12, 2005
a geek's geek, vhilm can truly fix just about anything. an adventurous spirit with a philosopher's mind, this crazy viking is equally at ease taking hairpin turns on his trusty triumph as researching shamanistic symbols in a rare bookshop.
beware, a mad scientist lurks within...
April 5, 2005
Insane in the best way possible!
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The Onion is the ONLY True News

FOXBOROUGH, MA—Patriots quarterback Tom Brady diplomatically emphasized that defeating whoever it was they had just played gave him and his...

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Onion Radio News - with Doyle Redland
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Presidential hopeful Mitt Romney became the first candidate in the 2008 Republican race to run an attack ad, slamming Mike Huckabee's record on...
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WASHINGTON—Amid a growing list of domestic and international concerns such as skyrocketing fuel prices, the slumping dollar, massive recalls...
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ORLANDO, FL—Tiger Woods added yet another accomplishment to his already outstanding résumé Sunday when the 13-time major winner successfully putted his baby daughter, five-month-old Sam Alexis Woods, into a fresh Huggies...

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Disinformation - My New Fav RSS Feed

'This Is Not Art has grown and developed over the last nine years, providing an annual extravaganza with a variety of workshops, panels, performances, speakers and exhibitions on all kinds of important topics. We’ve have remained true to our core aims - innovating, developing and showcase emerging art and media forms.

'And this year is no exception. Throw in some spontaneous performances, artist networking, radio broadcasting and a some ripe social & political cheekiness, and you have a rough idea of what This Is Not Art Festival has become, the largest and most diverse annual media and arts festival in Australia.'

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'The 45th New York Film Festival is something of a family affair here at the Village Voice. Two of our own, the estimable J. Hoberman and the indefatigable Scott Foundas, sit on the selection committee of this proudly selective, stubbornly steadfast institution. When it comes to NYFF 45: This time, it's personal—to borrow the tagline from Jaws: The Revenge, a movie about a creature unchanged for millennia that must perpetually move forward or die.' (Village Voice article).
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'Who knew music this shit-hot could come from a mountainous Norwegian town known as the "City of Rain"? Following in the footsteps of fellow townspeople Royksopp, Kings of Convenience and Sondre Lerche, Fredrik Saroea and Ketil Mosnes formed Datarock in 2000 while students in Bergen, Norway (where "there's still lots of black metal"). Or, as Saroea once put it in an online interview, "We fell in love. He became pregnant and gave birth to a small Casio watch. As our love grew, the Casio watch grew to become a Casio keyboard. And that's how we became Datarock."

'They gigged around for a couple of years, released a few EPs and finished their full-length debut in 2005 on their own label, Young Aspiring Professionals. After signing with Canada's Nettwerk Music Group this winter, Saroea (vocals, guitar) and Mosnes (backing vocals, bass) finally saw the stateside release of Datarock Datarock, an album of seriously silly and dweebishly sexy contradictions that'll have you shouting from Bergen's seven mountaintops, I have heard the future, and it’s all about the past.' (LA Weekly article).

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'With this week's application to build a new nuclear plant – the first such filing in nearly 30 years – the industry says the US is on the verge of a nuclear power renaissance.

'With virtually no greenhouse-gas emissions, reactors are touted as part of the solution to global warming. Over the next 15 months, the Nuclear Regulatory Commission expects a tidal wave of similar permit applications for up to 28 new reactors, costing up to $90 billion to build.

'But the renaissance may be less robust than it looks. Even if the projects are successful and building proceeds at breakneck speed, the lead times are so long and costs so high that it's unclear that the US can build enough nuclear plants to make a dent in greenhouse-gas emissions by 2050. They're so financially risky, experts say, that the only reason building plans are under way is that the federal government has stepped in to guarantee investors against loan defaults.' (Christian Science Monitor article).

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The following is a small portion of John Gorenfeld's "'End of the World Prophet Found in Error, Not Insane': A Failed Prophet's Survival Handbook," one of 41 articles in Disinfo's new anthology, Everything You Know About God Is Wrong: The Disinformation Guide to Religion, edited by Russ Kick. Other contributors include Richard Dawkins, Neil Gaiman, Douglas Rushkoff, and H.G. Wells. All major religions, and some minor ones, are covered. (More information is here.)

Here is the first portion of Gorenfeld's article:

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Sad Marketing

I had three cousins in the National Guard in Iraq when I saw this. I didn't know if I should laugh at the irony or get angry. Rural America is being stripped of it's young men. - Found @ a gas station in rural NM. Look up the Dick Act.
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Gonzo Politics and Getting Away With it.

Has anyone noticed that the Internet has been getting really slow and buggy lately? Can someone please uninstall the Gonzo Wiretap software? I mean, the guy doesn't even work here any more.
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The Man Who Knew Too Much

I'd like to think that Karl Rove is throwing in the towel. But I think he's only quitting so that he is protected from any official subpoena's. I'm guessing that it's harder to subpoena someone who's in the private sector - esp. when they are rich as sin.
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One of the main evil master minds that has lead this country astray is now OUT!!!! Even though the election lost us some good progressive policies locally here in California (and gained and kept a few scary ones), the national outlook is a little better.
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Even Bollywood can be fascinatinglyWeird

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The Original Star Wars Trailer

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A New Incarnation of Zbigniew?

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