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https://plus.google.com/112762396419802507069 Alternative Economics : The Lamps Are Coming On All Over Europe - With the sudden collapse of the neoliberal consensus, it’s...
The Lamps Are Coming On All Over Europe - With the sudden collapse of the neoliberal consensus, it’s time to ditch tactical voting and start choosing what we want. By George Monbiot, published in the Guardian 28th January 2015 Here is the first rule of politics: if you never vote for what you want, you never get it. We are told at every election to hold our noses, forget the deficiencies and betrayals and vote Labour yet again, for fear of something worse(1). And there ... http://ow.ly/2TXB8B
The Lamps Are Coming On All Over Europe | Alternative Economics
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https://plus.google.com/111155356207183707083 Petrolic : ‘Iter’ an experimental nuclear fusion reactor could aid in the supply of limitless, clean energy says...
‘Iter’ an experimental nuclear fusion reactor could aid in the supply of limitless, clean energy says The Guardian: http://bit.ly/1ygmUR0
When you wish upon a star: nuclear fusion and the promise of a brighter future
A French experimental nuclear fusion reactor could be the site of breakthroughs that will provide limitless, clean energy and secure the planet’s future, writes Alok Jha
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https://plus.google.com/100134333523232835283 Michael Gehlert : Winter Storm Juno New York City photos from tonight (& info below).... (There's info about my NYC photo...
Winter Storm Juno New York City photos from tonight (& info below)....

(There's info about my NYC photo book below too! => Direct link to book: bit.ly/photobooknyc )

I have been photographing New York City during snowstorms at night for the past 5 years. When it comes to experiencing New York City in the snow, I relish the challenge. The more gusty, snowy, and brutal the storm, the more of a chance that I will be out in it traipsing around New York City with my cameras in tow.

When I heard that the MTA was suspending all transit service (and most vehicles) at 11 pm, I made the decision to take the train up to the Upper East Side prior to 11 pm to deposit myself up there with the intention of walking from the Upper East Side to Times Square and then walking the several miles back to the Lower East Side (whew!!).

The streets were eerily empty. Emptier than they are usually at night during snowfall.

Since there was a ban on all vehicles aside from snow plows and emergency services, there were practically no cars at all on the streets. Even taxis were banned from the streets!

I walked in the middle of avenues and streets that are usually teeming with cars.

There was an eerie sense of calm. 

It was magical.

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This is part of a post that I posted to my NYC photography blog. If you are curious enough to look at the photos there (it's prettier!!), here is the link to the post:

<a href="http://nythroughthelens.com/post/109291619025/new-york-city-snow-winter-storm-juno-i">New York City - Winter Storm Juno</a>

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* Obligatory book information :):

As mentioned above, my New York City photography book full of my photography and writing released in stores/online worldwide recently. Here is info on how to purchase the book online and in stores:

There are a few options online:

1 - The book sold out three times on Amazon U.S. but is thankfully FULLY back in stock (sigh of relief). You can order it here:

bit.ly/photobooknyc

2 - The book is also in stock over at Barnes and Noble. You can either pick up a copy in store or you can always order it online there:

http://bit.ly/newyorkphotobook

4. - The book is available in the U.K. in Waterstones, Foyles, The Guardian Bookshop, WHSmith, Blackwell’s, etc.. as well as Amazon U.K. here:

bit.ly/nycinuk

5- The book is also available in a ton of other stores here in the U.S. including Walmart, the Strand, as well as many other independent retailers. It is also available throughout Europe, Australia, and parts of Asia.

** Full information about the book (sample pages, retail and online ordering and buying info, photos, info about my background) here:

http://nythroughthelens.com/book

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https://plus.google.com/112978986275417354331 Richmond Chambers Immigration Barristers : What they don’t want you to see: the hidden world of #UK #deportation | Art and design | The Guardian...
What they don’t want you to see: the hidden world of #UK #deportation | Art and design | The Guardian http://ow.ly/I3tec #ukimmigration
What they don’t want you to see: the hidden world of UK deportation
It is illegal to photograph the detention centres, closed courts, luxury lounges and private jets Britain uses to deport people. So artist James Bridle found another way to recreate these ‘invisible’ spaces
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https://plus.google.com/115299700119663949456 J Owens : HIGH FIVE!!! You nailed it! The first time me and my hun knew that Snowden was a constructed destraction...
HIGH FIVE!!! You nailed it! The first time me and my hun knew that Snowden was a constructed destraction. Further the Guardian was the one who introduced this Scumbag... but everyone who knows about the British intelligence MI 5 / 6, knows that the Guardian is the mouth piece of the British intelligence service....hence bull shit :)) 
Watch the video: EDWARD SNOWDEN is a NSA, SCAM,
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https://plus.google.com/112001180195791360333 Ellie Chadwick : Winter Storm Juno New York City photos from tonight (& info below).... (There's info about my NYC photo...
Winter Storm Juno New York City photos from tonight (& info below)....

(There's info about my NYC photo book below too! => Direct link to book: bit.ly/photobooknyc )

I have been photographing New York City during snowstorms at night for the past 5 years. When it comes to experiencing New York City in the snow, I relish the challenge. The more gusty, snowy, and brutal the storm, the more of a chance that I will be out in it traipsing around New York City with my cameras in tow.

When I heard that the MTA was suspending all transit service (and most vehicles) at 11 pm, I made the decision to take the train up to the Upper East Side prior to 11 pm to deposit myself up there with the intention of walking from the Upper East Side to Times Square and then walking the several miles back to the Lower East Side (whew!!).

The streets were eerily empty. Emptier than they are usually at night during snowfall.

Since there was a ban on all vehicles aside from snow plows and emergency services, there were practically no cars at all on the streets. Even taxis were banned from the streets!

I walked in the middle of avenues and streets that are usually teeming with cars.

There was an eerie sense of calm. 

It was magical.

-

This is part of a post that I posted to my NYC photography blog. If you are curious enough to look at the photos there (it's prettier!!), here is the link to the post:

<a href="http://nythroughthelens.com/post/109291619025/new-york-city-snow-winter-storm-juno-i">New York City - Winter Storm Juno</a>

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* Obligatory book information :):

As mentioned above, my New York City photography book full of my photography and writing released in stores/online worldwide recently. Here is info on how to purchase the book online and in stores:

There are a few options online:

1 - The book sold out three times on Amazon U.S. but is thankfully FULLY back in stock (sigh of relief). You can order it here:

bit.ly/photobooknyc

2 - The book is also in stock over at Barnes and Noble. You can either pick up a copy in store or you can always order it online there:

http://bit.ly/newyorkphotobook

4. - The book is available in the U.K. in Waterstones, Foyles, The Guardian Bookshop, WHSmith, Blackwell’s, etc.. as well as Amazon U.K. here:

bit.ly/nycinuk

5- The book is also available in a ton of other stores here in the U.S. including Walmart, the Strand, as well as many other independent retailers. It is also available throughout Europe, Australia, and parts of Asia.

** Full information about the book (sample pages, retail and online ordering and buying info, photos, info about my background) here:

http://nythroughthelens.com/book

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https://plus.google.com/105271263878728562703 Design Your New Life : How Silicon Valley Billionaires Are Changing the Face of Life Extension Technology As a strong believer...
How Silicon Valley Billionaires Are Changing the Face of Life Extension Technology

As a strong believer in the potential for Life Extension Technologies to extend and enhance healthy lifespan and change the face of ageing; I was very excited to read a recent article in the prestigious U.K. newspaper “The Guardian” which explains a growing interest and commitment amongst Silicon Valley’s billionaire entrepreneurs to fund and take a close personal interest in the research and development of technology and drugs designed to increase our understanding of the biology of human lifespan and to enable people to live longer healthier lives.

These brilliant individuals, who have made personal fortunes from the computer and internet revolutions, have understood the importance and potential opportunity of life extension technology – using the power of human genomics, DNA sequencing technologies, stem cell advances and nanotechnology to solve the diseases associated with ageing.

I believe that this increased interest and investment in “life and health extending technologies and treatments” from such successful and well-known entrepreneurs, is a major breakthrough that will not only reduce the timescale for those things to become generally available, but will also increase public awareness and interest in this topic.
Do you agree with my conclusion? Please comment with your view

My summary article can be viewed here. It contains a link to the source article
How Silicon Valley Billionaires Are Changing the Face of Life Extension Technology
Introduction As a strong believer in the potential for Life Extension Technologies to extend and enhance healthy lifespan and change the face of ageing; I was very excited to read a recent article in the prestigious U.K. newspaper “The Guardian” which explains a growing interest and commitment amongst Silicon Valley’s billionaire entrepreneurs to fund and […]
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https://plus.google.com/115793083757525842298 Jose013ct, Forever : Fethiye, Turkey Fethiye is one of Turkey's well-known tourist centres and is especially popular during...
Fethiye, Turkey

Fethiye is one of Turkey's well-known tourist centres and is especially popular during the summer.

In the last ten years Fethiye has become a magnet for British citizens. Apart from its climate and natural beauty, the Britons are attracted by its less expensive lifestyle and the hospitality of the local people. The British population in Turkey is between 34,000 and 38,000. As a result of the large British population and the high numbcers of Britons going there for holiday, Fethiye-Öludeniz was chosen as the best tourism centre in the world by The Times and The Guardian newspapers in 2007. Over 7,000 British citizens permanently live in Fethiye, while approximately 600,000 British tourists visit the town every summer.

#fethiye #turkey #beautiful #amazing
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https://plus.google.com/104422367279778561240 Suomenusko : Rye bread has been made in Finland for at least 1,500 years. Bread was the symbol of wealth and life...
Rye bread has been made in Finland for at least 1,500 years. Bread was the symbol of wealth and life, and was respected as such. A man would take off his hat before taking bread in his hand and bread was never placed upside down on the table. It was said that one should not ask for more bread than one could eat, and never run with a bread in hand. 

The earliest form of bread made in Finland was thin, unleavened barley bread. This bread tradition has been preserved only in North Ostrobothnia and Lapland. The Finnish word for bread, ‘leipä’, has a Germanic origin and it originally referred to the sour, whole rye bread that has been the most popular bread in Finland for centuries. Globally this kind of sour whole rye bread has become rather rare. In Central and Western Europe people have a long ago moved to unleavened yeast breads.

Finland is divided into two rye bread areas. In Western Finland rye bread is thin, hard and with a hole in the middle. This bread was baked only a few times a year but in great quantities. The eastern bread is softer, thicker and without the hole. In Eastern Finland the oven used for heating was also used for baking bread, and thus fresh bread could be baked couple times a week. So in the east, freshly baked bread was available everyday, while in the west it was a special treat enjoyed on baking days and feasts.

The hostess of the house blessed the bread dough by making a cross symbol on the surface with her palm. Knife was never used to cut the dough, as it would have given “iron’s hate” to the bread. When the cross became sufficiently faded, the dough was ready to be placed in the oven. When baking bread, sacrifice was also given the spirits of the earth. The guardian spirit of rye was called “Runkoteivas”, and the Corn crake (Crex Crex) was associated with this spirit. The sourdough was kept in a wooden container (taikinatiinu) that was respected in the same manner as bread and people never stepped over it.

In Western Finland the annual baking days were held during the unhurried months of spring and autumn. It was said that the best time for baking was the early lunar month. In the old days, the bakers relied more on intuition and experience than on timing or accurate measurements. Softness or hardness of the dough was evaluated with one’s hands, and finger told the temperature of the liquid. A good baker was able to tell whether the sourdough was ready for baking by tasting or just looking at it. The optimal time for taking the bread of the oven could also be predicted from the mere scent. 

All the women of the house participated in the baking. Neighbors could also come to visit and taste the dough. Consequently, baking was also a social occasion with a lot of chatting on current issues and village news. Giving freshly baked breads as a gift to the neighbors was considered an important part of hospitality. If a stranger came to the house on baking day, fresh bread was also given to them. Such acts of hospitality guaranteed good bread luck to the house. Visitors could also never show up to a house empty-handed and bread was a popular gift. One special tradition was to bring rye bread, salt and a log to house warming parties. This was a way of wishing the bread and warmth to the new home.

Photo: Pekka Helin / Museum of Central Finland. Creative Commons BY-2.0

#taivaannaula   #suomenusko   #finland   #ryebread   #rye   #bread   #finlandphotos  
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https://plus.google.com/103457695845937265392 Edward S Wismayer : The Guardian: Foxtons sales commission slides 25% as London property market fades. http://google.com...
The Guardian: Foxtons sales commission slides 25% as London property market fades. http://google.com/newsstand/s/CBIwyav29Bo
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https://plus.google.com/101955307964278377393 Jakob Straub : Winter Storm Juno New York City photos from tonight (& info below).... (There's info about my NYC photo...
Winter Storm Juno New York City photos from tonight (& info below)....

(There's info about my NYC photo book below too! => Direct link to book: bit.ly/photobooknyc )

I have been photographing New York City during snowstorms at night for the past 5 years. When it comes to experiencing New York City in the snow, I relish the challenge. The more gusty, snowy, and brutal the storm, the more of a chance that I will be out in it traipsing around New York City with my cameras in tow.

When I heard that the MTA was suspending all transit service (and most vehicles) at 11 pm, I made the decision to take the train up to the Upper East Side prior to 11 pm to deposit myself up there with the intention of walking from the Upper East Side to Times Square and then walking the several miles back to the Lower East Side (whew!!).

The streets were eerily empty. Emptier than they are usually at night during snowfall.

Since there was a ban on all vehicles aside from snow plows and emergency services, there were practically no cars at all on the streets. Even taxis were banned from the streets!

I walked in the middle of avenues and streets that are usually teeming with cars.

There was an eerie sense of calm. 

It was magical.

-

This is part of a post that I posted to my NYC photography blog. If you are curious enough to look at the photos there (it's prettier!!), here is the link to the post:

<a href="http://nythroughthelens.com/post/109291619025/new-york-city-snow-winter-storm-juno-i">New York City - Winter Storm Juno</a>

--

* Obligatory book information :):

As mentioned above, my New York City photography book full of my photography and writing released in stores/online worldwide recently. Here is info on how to purchase the book online and in stores:

There are a few options online:

1 - The book sold out three times on Amazon U.S. but is thankfully FULLY back in stock (sigh of relief). You can order it here:

bit.ly/photobooknyc

2 - The book is also in stock over at Barnes and Noble. You can either pick up a copy in store or you can always order it online there:

http://bit.ly/newyorkphotobook

4. - The book is available in the U.K. in Waterstones, Foyles, The Guardian Bookshop, WHSmith, Blackwell’s, etc.. as well as Amazon U.K. here:

bit.ly/nycinuk

5- The book is also available in a ton of other stores here in the U.S. including Walmart, the Strand, as well as many other independent retailers. It is also available throughout Europe, Australia, and parts of Asia.

** Full information about the book (sample pages, retail and online ordering and buying info, photos, info about my background) here:

http://nythroughthelens.com/book

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https://plus.google.com/116342346287691427856 Moonblogsfromsyb : Dave Hill | The Guardian: Transport for London to scale up its property development wing http://ow.ly...
Dave Hill | The Guardian: Transport for London to scale up its property development wing http://ow.ly/2TXxJU
Dave Hill | The Guardian: Transport for London to scale up its property development wing
The capital’s transport body is seeking further joint ventures with commercial developers as it seeks to secure long term incomeTransport for London (TfL) has announced an intensification of its st...
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The Guardian Exercise is not a lifestyle statement so why spend a fortune on sportswear?The GuardianRegular exercise has become about more than the pursuit of good health – it's a lifestyle statement, akin to doing a daily shop at Whole Foods. It might be…
Exercise is not a lifestyle statement so why spend a fortune on sportswear? – The Guardian
The GuardianExercise is not a lifestyle statement so why spend a fortune on sportswear?The GuardianRegular exercise has become about more than the pursuit of good health – it's a lifestyle statement, akin to doing a daily shop at Whole Foods. It might be good for your health, but it's also proof that you have money…
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https://plus.google.com/114680150773895774253 Susan Allen : Mass surveillance is fundamental threat to human rights, says European report | the guardian Intelligence...
Mass surveillance is fundamental threat to human rights, says European report | the guardian 

Intelligence agencies may be hoovering up data on a massive scale. Click to read and share the full article.
Mass surveillance is fundamental threat to human rights, says European report
Europe’s top rights body says scale of NSA spying is ‘stunning’ and suggests UK powers may be at odds with rights convention
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