Pink Floyd – Another Brick In The Wall

By: mongchilde
Via YouTube | July 5, 2010

We don’t need no education
We don’t need no thought control
No dark sarcasm in the classroom
Teachers leave them kids alone
Hey! Teachers! Leave them kids alone
All in all it’s just another brick in the wall
All in all you’re just another brick in the wall
We don’t need no education
We don’t need no thought control
No dark sarcasm in the classroom
Teachers leave those kids alone
Hey! Teachers! Leave those kids alone
All in all you’re just another brick in the wall
All in all you’re just another brick in the wall
“Wrong, do it again!”
“If you don’t eat yer meat, you can’t have any pudding
How can you have any pudding if you don’t eat yer meat?”
“You! Yes, you behind the bike sheds, stand still laddy!”
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The Psychology and Neuroscience of Happiness

By: The Royal Institution
Via YouTube | October 11, 2017

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We know a fair amount about depression, fear, disgust and anxiety, but positive emotions have so far remained mysterious.
Vin Walsh and a panel of experts discuss the psychology and the neuroscience of happiness.
Vin Walsh is a Professor of Human Brain Research at the Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience, UCL.
Julia Christensen is a Newton International Postdoctoral Research Fellow at City University, specialising in the neural underpinnings of emotional expertise.
Morten Kringelbach is a professor of neuroscience at the universities of Oxford and Aarhus, Denmark. His research uses pleasures such as food, sex, drugs and music to understand pleasure and well-being in the human brain.
Joe Gladstone is an Assistant Professor at University College London. Named one of the top 30 people under 30 in Finance by Forbes Magazine, Joe’s research draws from both Behavioural Economics and Consumer Psychology to understand how we can help people to improve their financial decisions
 

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Forget | Pogo

Forget | Pogo

By: Pogo
Via Youtube | May 20, 2015

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Music and video by Pogo.

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The Night (Fan Animated)

The Night (Fan Animated)

By: Daria Cohen
Via Youtube | May 20, 2015

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The day is the wife whom I elude
The one to whom I should be right
Although forewarned by peers and kin
I always get into the night
Mother always warned me such
Being a nocturnal soul
Besides just being simply strange
Spawns from some illness of the mind
the night, she calls me
She calls me, she calls me
She calls me, she calls me
She sways in her velvet dress
And pulls me towards her in the dark
While the others rest
heed the call the time has come
For all you children of the night
Gather ‘round like suckling dogs
Mothers come she is the night
Come with me to the other side
Make the girl in black your bride
the night, she calls me
She calls me, she calls me
She calls me, she calls me
She sways in her velvet dress
And pulls me towards her in the dark
While the others rest
it just seems very strange to me
Not her quiet lonely streets
And draped in all her mystery
Could be so sweet and comforting
the night, she calls me
She calls me, she calls me
She calls me, she calls me
She sways in her velvet dress
And pulls me towards her in the dark
While the others rest

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Wild Child – Pillow Talk

Wild Child – Pillow Talk

By: Wild Child
Via YouTube | January 28, 2012

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When I sleep, I’m dreaming
When I sleep, I’m dreaming
When I sleep, I’m dreaming for you
Feel my heart it’s aching
Wish I could stop breaking
Spend all day just thinking for you
When you sleep, I’m thinking
When you sleep, I’m thinking
When you sleep, I’m thinking for her
Wish I still could love you
Floating high above you
Just don’t think I’m sinking for you
This pillow talk
Don’t wake me up
My dream is done
I’m still in love
I know your fears
Just lying here
I think I’ll leave
Please don’t my dear
This pillow talk will wake me up
No matter what I’m dreaming
When you leave, I’m lying When you leave,
I’m lying
When you leave, I’m lying for you
And I know it hurts you
Nothing else I can do
You won’t let me, though I want to
When you leave, I’m lonely When you leave,
I’m lonely When you leave,
I’m lonely for you
Roll around in our bed
Can’t stop thoughts in my head
The screaming girl just gets up for you
This pillow talk Don’t wake me up
My dream is done
I’m still in love
I know your fears
Just lying here
I think I’ll leave
Please don’t my dear
This pillow talk will wake me up
No matter what I’m dreaming
Pack my things, I’m leaving
Wish I could stop breathing
Know you’ll be coming back for me
If we fight and make up
If we fight and make up
If we fight, we wake up lonely
This pillow talk
Don’t wake me up
My dream is done
I’m still in love
I know your fears
Just lying here
I think I’ll leave
Please don’t my dear
This pillow talk will wake me up
No matter what I’m dreaming
 
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Wild Child – Crazy Bird

Wild Child – Crazy Bird

By: Wild Child
Via YouTube | October 9, 2013

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I’ll wait around for days
this porch on which I pace
I need you mine I need me yours
You stole my breath away
You swore to me you’d stay
I’ve found something that I adore
Oh how
How we supposed to go on
Not knowing if you
bleed the way I do
I do (well I did)
are your eyes traveling elsewhere
You need to know I got the bones rolling hard against the floor
And if you left i’d break until the little pieces felt no more
Whisper the things we’d scream
now kid let’s not get mean
I need you mine I need me yours
Four walls and fancy friends
Don’t need me none of them
Because I’ve got you know and that’s enough (Well I’m glad)(Well so am I)
Let’s take good from our past
Patch holes with things that last
Let’s tear it up here you and I
Oh how
How we supposed to go on
Not knowing if you
bleed the way I do
I do (well I did)
are your eyes traveling elsewhere
You need to know I got the bones rolling hard against the floor
And if you left I’d break until the little pieces felt no more
Well these fights sure do take a lot out of me
but the secret I can tell you is I still do believe
I can’t promise that I’ll always be careful with things
But just know that I’ll expect it if you ever do leave
Sweet Marie
I love your name
Oh babe
can you turn your heart this way
Oh how
How we supposed to go on
Not knowing if you
bleed the way I do
I do (well I did)
are your bags traveling elsewhere
You need to know I got the bones rolling hard against the floor
And if you left I’d break until the little pieces felt no more
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Everything Stays – Adventure Time

Everything Stays – Adventure Time

By: Laurichu
Via YouTube | December 4, 2015

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Let’s go in the garden
You’ll find something waiting
Right there where you left it
Lying upside down
When you finally find it
You’ll see how it’s faded
The underside is lighter
When you turn it around
Everything stays
Right where you left it
Everything stays
But it still changes
Ever so slightly
Daily and nightly
In little ways
When everything stays
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The Compass: True North vs Magnetic North

By: ScienceOnline
Via YouTube | February 14, 2013

This video discusses the origin of Cardinal Directions (North, South, East and West), the compass and True North vs Magnetic North.

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The Neuroscience of Creativity, Perception, and Confirmation Bias

By: Big Think
Via YouTube | June 28, 2017

To ensure your survival, your brain evolved to avoid one thing: uncertainty. As neuroscientist Beau Lotto points out, if your ancestors wondered for too long whether that noise was a predator or not, you wouldn’t be here right now. Our brains are geared to make fast assumptions, and questioning them in many cases quite literally equates to death. No wonder we’re so hardwired for confirmation bias. No wonder we’d rather stick to the status quo than risk the uncertainty of a better political model, a fairer financial system, or a healthier relationship pattern. But here’s the catch: as our brains evolved toward certainty, we simultaneously evolved away from creativity—that’s no coincidence; creativity starts with a question, with uncertainty, not with a cut and dried answer. To be creative, we have to unlearn millions of years of evolution. Creativity asks us to do that which is hardest: to question our assumptions, to doubt what we believe to be true. That is the only way to see differently. And if you think creativity is a chaotic and wild force, think again, says Beau Lotto. It just looks that way from the outside. The brain cannot make great leaps, it can only move linearly through mental possibilities. When a creative person forges a connection between two things that are, to your mind, so far apart, that’s a case of high-level logic. They have moved through steps that are invisible to you, perhaps because they are more open-minded and well-practiced in questioning their assumptions. Creativity, it seems, is another (highly sophisticated) form of logic. Beau Lotto is the author of Deviate: The Science of Seeing Differently.

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Antonio Donato Nobre: The magic of the Amazon: A river that flows invisibly all around us

By: TED
Via YouTube | September 19, 2014

The Amazon River is like a heart, pumping water from the seas through it, and up into the atmosphere through 600 billion trees, which act like lungs. Clouds form, rain falls and the forest thrives. In a lyrical talk, Antonio Donato Nobre talks us through the interconnected systems of this region, and how they provide environmental services to the entire world. A parable for the extraordinary symphony that is nature.
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How art allowed me to erase borders | Ana Teresa Fernández | TEDxPennsylvaniaAvenue

By: TEDx Talks
Via YouTube | August 25, 2017

As an artist, Ana Teresa Fernandez uses her imagination as her weapon to challenge today’s political rhetoric by erasing borders with sky blue paint and wearing ice stilettos in the streets of Oakland. She re-tells myths and folklore that cements us to limited ways of thinking, and paints alternate truths to tear down psychological and physical barriers.
TBT Feb 9th 2017, at Newseum in Capitol Hill, at one of the most difficult professional moments … Delia Cohen, the TEDX consultant & I clocked in over 18 hrs of skype meetings, and close to 30 written drafts for my talk in just one month. We finished the last draft 48 hrs before I got on a plane to Washington DC, and which I had to memorize word for word. She had asked the coordinator to get me an extension & allow my talk to be 16 min instead of 12. “Every word matters” Delia kept saying, “and all these stories need to be told!” I was the only artist & youngest person on TEDX Pennsylvania Ave. amidst politicians & greats like Philippe Cousteau & Sonia Nazario. Nervous is not even close to being the right word. The pressure of that platform is unlike anything I’ve ever experienced. All speakers sat like ghosts in the green room, trying to find a closet or corner to collect ourselves before going out to speak. I remember Philippe hid himself between two big recycling bins, and put his head between his knees. Someone did jumping jacks. Those words I memorized my bones already knew so well. Undressing your skin to reveal what’s inside is the hardest part. What people don’t know is that after the talk & reception I got to my hotel room and sat on the floor crying, beating myself up over and over, thinking I could have done better, fought harder, been a better voice for artists, but also scared & so exposed to have opened up so much. Feeling a huge vulnerability- hang over. The political change was palpable in Capitol Hill. And I was terrified of what was to come with this presidency, to us artists, to migrants to so many people … So, I called my mom, and from across the US she helped me to collect myself again. Saying “Gordita está bien… día a día” it’s ok, one day at a time. Today you did the best you could… “
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The Mirror

By: official.lass
Via Facebook | September 9, 2016

“Dance in Mirror” a wonderful demonstration of ourselves in time though dance and self-reflection.


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The power of passion

By: TED-Ed
Via YouTube | April 5, 2013

For love or money? Based on hundreds of interviews and his personal experience, Richard St. John suggests that passion, not money, is one of the key drivers of success.
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New Eco Search Engine Lets You Plant Trees While Surfing the Internet

By: The mind circle
Via: The mind circle

Google statistics show they process roughly 3.5 billion searches for people each and every day. This accumulates to around 1.2 trillion searches annually. The things people are searching for range from cute cat pictures to fetish style porn. However, a nonprofit organization in Berlin has created a way for people’s nonstop clicking and searching to help save the world’s forests.

The search engine “Ecosia” is an unusual search engine that does something that no other search engine does. With the advertising revenue that it generates, the nonprofit spends that money on the environment. It uses the money to plant more trees throughout the world and to bring more plants, animals, and water to areas which have endured drought. When trees are brought to desert areas, they are able to help regenerate the water cycle there. This eventually brings vegetation which, in turn, filters the air, produces more oxygen, and reduces disease.

With the money that Ecosia has raised so far, they have been able to help plant more than 6 million trees all across the world. They’ve also donated millions of dollars to European and African forestry programs. By 2020, Ecosia wants to plant at least 1 billion trees across the world. The Sahel desert has already begun turning back into a forest because of Ecosia and their effort.

Image Credit: Joël Tettamanti and Bertrand Trichet

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Couple Spends 26 Years Replanting a Rainforest, Here’s What It Looks Like Today

By: Themindcircle
Via: Themindcircle

The only wild life sanctuary in India was owned by Anil Malhorta and her wife, Pamela Gale Malhorta and it was named SAI sanctuary. It was founded in 1991and ever since then, they have been protecting and replanting forests and wildlife. As of now, the sanctuary are home to more than 200 endangered species of plant and animals which covers over 300 acres of wildlife including Asian elephants and Bengal tigers.

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The land was an abandoned lands when they first came here, it took them a lot of care, energy, time and years to bring the sanctuary into existence as it was an abandoned rice fields, coffee, and cardamom fields where deforestation has taken place.

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In 1970s, the forest cover of the area where is located i.e. Kodagu district in India has experienced a dramatic overturn in forest cover from compared to today from 86% to 16%. It was told by Pamela that this is as result of disastrous effects of water supply and rainfall in the whole south of India.

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The couple is trying hard to make sure that the environment provides shelter for the animals, and through that, the animal will keep the forest healthy. Pamela explained that along with her husband, they are satisfied and happy with what they are doing as nothing more cold make them more happy.

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Louis Armstrong – What A Wonderful World

By: RoundMidnightTV
Via YouTube | September 13, 2011

Some of you young folks been saying to me
“Hey Pops, what you mean ‘What a wonderful world?’
How about all them wars all over the place?
You call them wonderful?
And how about hunger and pollution?
That ain’t so wonderful either. Well how about listening to old Pops for a minute.
Seems to me, it aint the world that’s so bad
but what we’re doin’ to it.
And all I’m saying is see what a wonderful world
It would be if only we’d give it a chance.
Love baby, love. That’s the secret, yeah.
If lots more of us loved each other
we’d solve lots more problems.
And then this world would be gasser.
That’s wha’ ol’ Pops keeps saying.”I see trees of green, red roses too
I see them bloom, for me and you
And I think to myself
What a wonderful worldI see skies of blue, and clouds of white
The bright blessed day, dark sacred night
And I think to myself
What a wonderful worldThe colors of the rainbow, so pretty in the sky
Are also on the faces, of people going by
I see friends shaking hands, sayin’, “How do you do?”
They’re really sayin’, “I love you”I hear babies cryin’, I watch them grow
They’ll learn much more, than I’ll ever know
And I think to myself
What a wonderful worldYes, I think to myself
What a wonderful world
Oh yeah!

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See the Stunning Beauty of Flowers Exposed to Fire, Ice, and Ink | Short Film Showcase

By: National Geographic
Via YouTube | March 1, 2018

Watch blooming flowers interact with fire, ice, and ink in this gorgeous time-lapse by Thomas Blanchard. Set to a dramatic score, the vibrant beauty of the blooms is highlighted as they transition through the four “seasons” represented by each element.

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Why you should define your fears instead of your goals | Tim Ferriss

By: TED
Via Youtube | July 14, 2017

The hard choices — what we most fear doing, asking, saying — are very often exactly what we need to do. How can we overcome self-paralysis and take action? Tim Ferriss encourages us to fully envision and write down our fears in detail, in a simple but powerful exercise he calls “fear-setting.” Learn more about how this practice can help you thrive in high-stress environments and separate what you can control from what you cannot.

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How to Make a Country Rich

By: The School of Life
Via YouTube | October 12, 2015

If you were setting out to make a country rich, what kind of mindsets and ideas would be most likely to achieve your goals? We invent a country, Richland, and try to imagine the psychology of its inhabitants.
“Most of what we call ‘politics’ really revolves around the question of what you need to do to make a country richer.
Rather than ask this of any specific country, let’s imagine designing a country from scratch. How could you make it as rich as possible?Suppose the brief was to design ‘Richland’: an ideal wealth-creating society. What would be the chief characteristics you’d need to build into this society? What would a nation look like that was ideally suited to success in modern capitalism?…”
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Fieldworks: Fran Ilich, Diego de la Vega Coffee Co-op

By: A Blade of Grass
Via vimeo 

2014 ABOG Fellow Fran Ilich links Zapatista communities to political movements in New York City through rebel coffee service.

FIELDWORKS is a short documentary series that 
explores the beauty, rigor, and impact of socially engaged art. Explore: abladeofgrass.org/fieldworks

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There Are More Piñatas Than People in This Mexican Town | Short Film Showcase

By: National Geographic
Via YouTube | March 9, 2018

In The Piñata King, filmmakers Paul Storrie, Chris Lee, and Charlie Kwai of Tripod City profile a town full of piñata makers—and the papier-mâché master who started it all.
In The Piñata King, filmmakers Paul Storrie, Chris Lee, and Charlie Kwai of Tripod City profile a town full of piñata makers—and the papier-mâché master who started it all. For more than 50 years, Francisco and his family have been making and selling piñatas. Although most of his colorful works of art end up being destroyed, Francisco finds happiness in bringing joy to the children of his community. Now, he continues his legacy by sharing his process with others from his small town outside Mexico City. In The Piñata King, filmmakers Paul Storrie, Chris Lee, and Charlie Kwai of Tripod City profile a town full of piñata makers—and the papier-mâché master who started it all.
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Café Tacvba – Déjate Caer

Vídeo: CafeTacubaVEVO
Vía YouTube | Noviembre 22, 2009

Déjate caer, déjate caer
la tierra es al revés,
la sangre es amarilla, déjate caer
el viento ya no sopla,
la boca bien cerrada
amárrate los pies,
piensa en tu madre y déjate caerMira al cielo ceder
y a la tierra después
vuelve a creer
la sangre es amarilla, déjate caer
las olas ya no mojan,
la ira de las rocas
amárrame otra vez
,un beso a mi madre y déjame caerMira al cielo ceder
y a la tierra después
vuelve a creer,
la sangre es amarilla, déjate caer
consuelame otra vez
porque no pienso volver
el suelo tiene sed,
la vida es imprecisa,déjate caer
las horas no demoran
a mi alma desertora
explícalo muy bien,
se abre la tierra el cielo está a mis pies.
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Pharrell Williams – Happy (Official Music Video)

By: iamOTHER
Via YouTube | November 21, 2013

It might seem crazy what I’m about to say
Sunshine she’s here, you can take a break
I’m a hot air balloon that could go to space
With the air, like I don’t care baby by the wayBecause I’m happy
Clap along if you feel like a room without a roof
Because I’m happy
Clap along if you feel like happiness is the truth
Because I’m happy
Clap along if you know what happiness is to you
Because I’m happy
Clap along if you feel like that’s what you want to doHere come bad news talking this and that
Well, give me all you got and don’t hold back
Well, I should probably warn you
I’ll be just fine
No offense to you, don’t waste your time
Here’s why:
Because I’m happy
Clap along if you feel like a room without a roof
Because I’m happy
Clap along if you feel like happiness is the truth
Because I’m happy
Clap along if you know what happiness is to you
Because I’m happy
Clap along if you feel like that’s what you want to do-Happy- bring me down, can’t nothing
-Happy- bring me down
My level’s too high -happy- to bring me down
Can’t nothing -happy- bring me down I said
-Happy- bring me down, can’t nothing
-Happy- bring me down
My level’s too high -happy- to bring me down
Can’t nothing -happy- bring me down I saidBecause I’m happy
Clap along if you feel like a room without a roof
Because I’m happy
Clap along if you feel like happiness is the truth
Because I’m happy
Clap along if you know what happiness is to you
Because I’m happy
Clap along if you feel like that’s what you want to do
Because I’m happy
Clap along if you feel like a room without a roof
Because I’m happy
Clap along if you feel like happiness is the truth
Because I’m happy
Clap along if you know what happiness is to you
Because I’m happy
Clap along if you feel like that’s what you want to do-Happy- bring me down, can’t nothing
-Happy- bring me down
My level’s too high -happy- to bring me down
Can’t nothing -happy- bring me down I saidBecause I’m happy
Clap along if you feel like a room without a roof
Because I’m happy
Clap along if you feel like happiness is the truth
Because I’m happy
Clap along if you know what happiness is to you
Because I’m happy
Clap along if you feel like that’s what you want to doBecause I’m happy
Clap along if you feel like a room without a roof
Because I’m happy
Clap along if you feel like happiness is the truth
Because I’m happy
Clap along if you know what happiness is to you
Because I’m happy
Clap along if you feel like that’s what you want to doCome on!
 
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Fela Kuti – Zombie

By: Fela Kuti
Via YouTube | November 9, 2015

Zombie is a studio album by Nigerian Afrobeat musician Fela Kuti. It was released in Nigeria by Coconut Records in 1976, and in the United Kingdom by Creole Records in 1976.

The album criticised the Nigerian government; and it is thought to have resulted in the murder of Kuti’s mother Funmilayo Ransome-Kuti, and the destruction of his commune by the military.

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See How Dancing Helps This Young Refugee Feel Welcome in a New Country | Short Film Showcase

By: National Geographic
Via YouTube | February 2, 2018

Meet Zain Younus—Pakistani refugee and dedicated Michael Jackson fan. In this touching story from Joshua Seftel of Smartypants, watch Zain transform into a “new American boy” as he performs his idol’s dance moves in the school talent show.
Due to escalating violence in his home country, Zain was granted asylum in the United States and has settled in New York City with his family. Eager to adjust to life in America, the 13-year-old and his siblings are attending a “refugee summer camp” that will help them improve their English language skills.
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Mujer Cusqueña es viral en redes sociales por su forma de vender

Autor: milkydrian
Vía Youtube | Diciembre 22, 2014

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I Will Survive

By: Gloria Gaynor – Topic
Via YouTube | January 25, 2017

At first I was afraid, I was petrified
Kept thinkin’ I could never live without you by my side
Then I spent so many nights Just thinking how you did me wrong
And I grew strong
And I learned how to get along

And so you’re back from outer space
I just walked in to find you here, with that look upon your face
I should have changed that stupid lock
I should have made you leave your key
If I had known for just one second you’d be back to bother me

Go on now, go walk out the door
Just turn around now
‘Cause you’re not welcome anymore
Weren’t you the one who tried to break me with goodbye?
Did you think I’d crumble?
Did you think I’d lay down and die?
Oh no not I, I will survive
For as long as I know how to love, I know I’ll stay alive
I’ve got all my life to live
And I’ve got all my love to give
I’ll survive
I will survive
Hey hey

Hey hey
(I, I will survive)
Every day
(I, I will survive)
Oh yeah

It took all the strength I had not to fall apart
Just trying hard to mend the pieces of my broken heart
And I spent oh so many nights just feeling sorry for myself
I used to cry, but now I hold my head up high
And you see me, somebody new
I’m not that chained up little person still in love with you
And so you felt like dropping in and just expect me to be free
But now I’m savin’ all my lovin’ for someone who’s lovin’ me

Go on now, go walk out the door
Just turn around now
You’re not welcome anymore
Weren’t you the one who tried to break me with goodbye?
Did you think I’d crumble?
Did you think I’d lay down and die?
Oh no not I, I will survive
Oh as long as I know how to love, I know I’ll stay alive
I’ve got all my life to live
And I’ve got all my love to give
I’ll survive
I will survive
Hey hey

Go now, go walk out the door
Just turn around now
‘Cause you’re not welcome anymore
Weren’t you the one who tried to break me with goodbye?
Did you think I’d crumble?
Did you think I’d lay down and die?
Oh no not I, I will survive
Oh as long as I know how to love, I know I’ll stay alive
I’ve got all my life to live
And I’ve got all my love to give
I’ll survive
I will survive
I will survive

Hey
(I, I will survive)
Every day
(I, I will survive)
Yeah yeah

Oh
(I, I will survive)
I will survive
(I, I will survive)

I’ve got all my love to give
(I, I will survive)
I’ve got all my life to live
(I, I will survive)
My loving is not in vain, oh no

I will survive
(I, I will survive)
I will survive
(I, I will survive)
Hey

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You will never wake up late after watching this

By: Get Better Together
Via YouTube | November 13, 2016

Waking up early in winters seems like an impossible task for most of us and despite knowing that it is crucial for us to wake up early, which is a time very important to be utilized for many important things such as exercise, day planning or simply for active & healthy lifestyle however we still fail to get out of bed early.
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Waking up early not only has health benefits but it gives you an edge over your competitors, while they are sleeping you are doing something to get better. All successful people who have become the eyes of the world are early risers. I have also been victim of not being able to wake up in the morning especially in winters, but I got really fed up of waking up late and literally hated the feeling of over-sleeping. Then I decided to research and cultivated the habit of waking up early. In this video I have shared the steps that have worked wonders for me and now I don’t even need an alarm clock to wake up early, which is why I am sharing these steps with all of you on this great platform called “you tube”. My purpose is to spread the message to everyone out there and even if one person found it relevant and benefited from it then that is going to be fulfilling for me. If you like this video then please subscribe to my channel and share the video to your friends and family.

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El científico más innovador del que jamás oíste hablar

Autor: TED-Ed
Vía YouTube | Octubre 1, 2013

El geólogo danés del siglo XVII, Nicolás Sténon, se ganó la vida a temprana edad, estudiando cadáveres y estableciendo conexiones anatómicas entre las especies.

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Sténon hizo aportes descomunales en el campo de la geología, influyendo en Charles Lyell, James Hutton y Charles Darwin. Addison Anderson relata el legado poco conocido de Sténon y alaba su insistencia en el empirismo sobre la teoría ciega.

Lección de Addison Anderson, animación de Anton Bogaty.

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A Simpler Way: Crisis as Opportunity (2016) – Free Full Documentary

A Simpler Way: Crisis as Opportunity (2016) – Free Full Documentary

 

By: Happen Films
Via YouTube | June 3, 2016

Video recommended by Mick Lorusso from the US/Italy, collaborator of Arttextum’s Replicación

 A Simpler Way: Crisis as Opportunity is a free feature-length documentary that follows a community in Australia who came together to explore and demonstrate a simpler way to live in response to global crises.
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Throughout the year the group build tiny houses, plant veggie gardens, practice simple living, and discover the challenges of living in community. This film is the product of hours and hours of footage that I shot during that year-long experiment in simple living. The documentary includes interviews with David Holmgren, Helena Norberg-Hodge, Nicole Foss, Ted Trainer, Graham Turner, and more.

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What if Everyone Lived in Just One City?

By: RealLifeLore
Via YouTube | September 23, 2016

 What if everybody in the world, all 7.4 billion of us all lived together in the same city? How big or small would this city have to be and how close together or far apart would we all be living from each other?
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This video explores those concepts and visualizes what a massive global city would look like were it to ever exist in the real world.

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The Biggest Organism on Earth

By: MinuteEarth
Via YouTube | September 17, 2013

One aspen tree is actually only a small part of a larger organism. A stand or group of aspen trees is considered a singular organism with the main life force underground in the extensive root system. Before a single aspen trunk appears above the surface, the root system may lie dormant for many years until the conditions are just right, including sufficient sunlight. In a single stand, each tree is a genetic replicate of the other, hence the name a “clone” of aspens used to describe a stand.
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Aspens grow all the time—even in winter. Beneath the thin, white outer bark layer is a thin green photosynthetic layer that allows the tree to create sugars and grow when other deciduous trees would otherwise be dormant. During hard winters, the green, sugary layer provides necessary nutrients for deer and elk. Throughout the year, young aspens provide food or a variety of animals including moose, black bear, beaver, porcupine, ruffed grouse and rodents.

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How Laughing at Yourself Can Change the World

By: TEDx Talks
Via YouTube | December 2, 2015

President Obama’s appearance on “Between Two Ferns” made tens of millions of people laugh (and saved lives in the process). In a culture flooded with too much partisan information, comedy is the last great refuge of truth and access.
Brad Jenkins is the Managing Director and Executive Producer of Funny Or Die DC. For the last four years, Jenkins served as President Obama’s liaison and director of engagement to the creative and advocacy communities, bringing together creative executives, advocacy leaders, and some of the world’s biggest stars to advance the President’s agenda — including his Emmy-award winning “Between Two Ferns”

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Antonio Vega “Lucha de gigantes”

Vídeo: Sol Música
Vía YouTube | Noviembre 30, 2012

Video recomendado por Andrea López Tyrer, colaboradora de Chile/España, para Replicación de Arttextum

Lucha de gigantes
Convierte,
El aire en gas natural
Un duelo salvaje
Advierte,
Lo cerca que ando de entrar
En un mundo descomunal
Siento mi fragilidad.Vaya pesadilla
Corriendo,
Con una bestia detras
Dime que es mentira todo,
Un sueño tonto y no más
Me da miedo la inmesidad
Donde nadie oye mi voz.Deja de engañar
No quieras ocultar
Que has pasado sin tropezar
Monstruo de papel
No sé contra quien voy
O es que acaso hay alguien mas aquí?Creo en los fantasmas terribles
De algun extraño lugar
Y en mis tonterías
Para hacer tu risa estallar
Deja de engañar
No quieras ocultar
Que has pasado sin tropezar
Monstruo de papel
No se contra quien voy
O es que acaso hay alguien más aquí?
Deja que pasemos sin miedo.

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Soy yo – Bomba Estéreo

Autores: Eric Frederic / Liliana Margarita Saumet Avila / Federico Simon Mejia Ochoa / Joe Spargur
Vía YouTube

Soy yo
Bomba Estéreo
Me caí, me paré, caminé, me subí
Me fui contra la corriente y también me perdí
Fracasé, me encontré, lo viví y aprendí
Cuando te pegas fuerte más profundo es el beat
Sigo bailando y escribiendo mis letras
Sigo cantando con las puertas abiertas
Atravesando todas estas tierras
Y no hay que viajar tanto pa’ encontrar la respuesta
Y no te preocupes si no te aprueban
Cuando te critiquen, tú solo di
Soy yo
Soy yo
Soy yo (soy, soy, soy, soy, soy, soy, soy)
Soy yo (yo, yo, yo, yo, yo, yo, yo)
Sigo caminando y sigo riendo
Hago lo que quiero y muero en el intento
A nadie le importa lo que estoy haciendo
Lo único que importa es lo que está por dentro
A mí me gusta estar en la arena
Bañarme en el mar sin razón, sin problema
Estar sentada sin hacer nada
Mirando de lejos y estar relajada
Y no te preocupes si no te aprueban
Cuando te critiquen, tú solo di
Soy yo
Soy yo
Soy yo (soy, soy, soy, soy, soy, soy, soy)
Soy yo (yo, yo, yo, yo, yo, yo, yo)
Soy así, soy así, soy así (Relaja)
Y tú ni me conoces a mí (Bien relaja)
Soy así, soy así, soy así (Relaja)
Y tú ni me conoces a mí (Bien relaja)
You know what I mean? You know what I mean?
Sí, papá
Y no te preocupes si no te aprueban
Cuando te critiquen, tú solo di
Soy yo
Soy yo
Soy yo (soy, soy, soy, soy, soy, soy, soy)
Soy yo (yo, yo, yo, yo, yo, yo, yo)
En la cama
Relajá
Con mi encanto
Con pijama, soy yo
Así soy yo.

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Beret – Ojalá

Beret -Ojalá

Autor: Beret
Vía YouTube

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Beret – Ojalá
Yo necesito ganas no querer ganar,
y si algún día perdiese mi miedo a perder
Me duele haber corrido para no llegar,
ahora sé que el camino es la meta también.Ya me crecieron miedos que nunca eduqué
y me sé las respuestas por no preguntar
Ya sentí como nadie cuando tuve el bien
Y lloré como todos cuando algo se va.Nadie te enseña a ser fuerte pero te obligan
Nunca nadie quiso un débil para confiar
Nadie te enseña los pasos en un mundo que
te obliga cada día a levantarte y caminar.
Dónde fuiste tan feliz siempre regresarás,
aunque confundas dolor con la felicidad
Y ya no seas ni tú mismo pero pienses en ti mismo,
y eso matará
Y ojalá nunca te abracen por última vez
Hay tantos con quién estar pero no quién ser
Tan solo somos caminos que suelen torcer
miles de complejos sueltos que debemos de vencerOjalá si te aceptasen por primera vez
Y entendiesen que es que todos merecemos bien
Que no existe una persona que no deba de tener
Ya que somos circunstancias que nunca elegimos ser.Confianza nunca volvió con el tiempo
y el fruto de mi vida no se basa en lo que tengo
y si todos los instantes pudiesen pasar más lento
Si acaso dudarías esta vez en el intento,
y si entendiésemos que si somos perfectos.A pesar de borrones que quieran manchar el lienzo
Todo es una suma aunque eso no lo piense el resto
Una cosa es lo que soy y otra tan solo lo que muestro
Que yo ya no temo perder sino dar por perdido
Que yo ya no quiero vencer sino estar convencido
Que mucho antes de estar contento debo estar conmigo
Que voy a mirar a la soga pa’ decir le sigo
Que voy a parar de exigirme to lo que me pido
Y voy a aprender a aceptar todo lo que no consigo
Que voy a parar de culparme, mentirme, fallarme, decirme tarde verdades que necesito
Por qué también dediqué tiempo a quién ya no se acuerda de mí
También pegue los trozos de lo mismo que después partí
Tampoco me entendido y he entendido que eso será así
No he estado confundido he estado fundido con lo peor de mí
Me mudado a problemas y he querido ser feliz ahí
Y he dado vueltas en círculos por no quitarte en medio a ti
He preguntado a todos para poder definirme a mí
Cómo decirle a un rio que se pare y deje de fluir.Nadie te enseña a ser fuerte pero te obligan
Nunca nadie quiso un débil para confiar
Nadie te enseña los pasos en un mundo
que te obliga cada día a levantarte y caminar.Dónde fuiste tan feliz siempre regresarás,
aunque confundas dolor con la felicidad
Y ya no seas ni tú mismo pero pienses en ti mismo,
y eso mataráY ojalá nunca te abracen por última vez
Hay tantos con quién estar pero no quién ser
Tan solo somos caminos que suelen torcer
Miles de complejos sueltos que debemos de vencer.Ojalá si te aceptasen por primera vez
Y entendiesen que es que todos merecemos bien
Que no existe una persona que no deba de tener
Ya que somos circunstancias que nunca elegimos ser.

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Purcell: Dido & Aeneas – Jessye Norman

Purcell: Dido & Aeneas – Jessye Norman

Autores: Dido & Aeneas 1986 recording English Chamber Orchestra, Jessye Norman, Robert Aldwinckle, Della Jones, Thomas Allen, Adrian Beers, Patricia Kern, Elizabeth Gale
Vía YouTube

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Dido & Aeneas 1986 recording English Chamber Orchestra, Jessye Norman, Robert Aldwinckle, Della Jones, Thomas Allen, Adrian Beers, Patricia Kern, Elizabeth Gale 0:00 Dido and Aeneas – Overture 2:09 Dido and Aeneas / Act 1 – “Shake the cloud from off your brow” Marie McLaughlin 3:24 Dido and Aeneas / Act 1 – “Ah! Belinda, I am prest with torment” Jessye Norman 9:05 Dido and Aeneas / Act 1 – “Whence could so much virtue spring?” – “Fear no danger” Jessye Norman 12:36 Dido and Aeneas / Act 1 – “See, your Royal Guest” – “If not for mine” – “To the hills and the vales” – The Triumphing Dance Marie McLaughlin 17:59 Dido and Aeneas / Act 2 – Prelude for the witches English Chamber Orchestra 19:00 Dido and Aeneas / Act 2 – “Wayward sisters” – “But ere we this perform” Patricia Kern 23:58 Dido and Aeneas / Act 2 – “In our deep vaulted cell” – Echo Dance of the Furies English Chamber Orchestra Chorus 27:05 Dido and Aeneas / Act 2 – Ritornelle – “Thanks to these lonesome vales” Marie McLaughlin 29:50 Dido and Aeneas / Act 2 – “Oft she visits” – “Behold, upon my bending spear” Elizabeth Gale 33:15 Dido and Aeneas / Act 2 – “Stay, Prince” – “Jove’s commands shall be obey’d” Derek Lee Ragin 36:37 Dido and Aeneas / Act 3 – Prelude – “Come away, fellow sailors” Patrick Power 39:11 Dido and Aeneas / Act 3 – The sailor’s Dance – “See the flags” – “Destruction’sour delight” – The Witches’ Dance Patricia Kern 42:42 Dido and Aeneas / Act 3 – “Your counsel all is urged in vain” – “But death, alas” Jessye Norman 48:14 Dido and Aeneas / Act 3 – “Thy hand, Belinda…When I am laid in earth” Jessye Norman 53:38 Dido and Aeneas / Act 3 – “With drooping wings” English Chamber Orchestra Chorus

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Schoenberg – Complete String Quartets

Schoenberg – Complete String Quartets

Autor: Arnold Schoenberg (1874 – 1951) / Ensemble: Arditti Quartet
Vía YouTube

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Arnold Schoenberg (1874 – 1951) Ensemble: Arditti Quartet 00:00 Op. 7 – 1.Nicht zu rasch 13:18 Op. 7 – 2.Kräftig 26:30 Op. 7 – 3.Mäßig 38:24 Op. 7 – 4.Mäßig – heiter 46:13 Op. 10 – 1.Mässig 52:44 Op. 10 – 2.Sehr rasch 59:35 Op. 10 – 3.Litanei. Langsam 1:05:30 Op. 10 – 4.Entrückung. Sehr langsam 1:16:42 Op. 30 – 1.Moderato 1:25:18 Op. 30 – 2.Adagio 1:34:09 Op. 30 – 3.Intermezzo. Allegro moderato 1:41:02 Op. 30 – 4.Rondo. Molto moderato 1:47:13 Op. 37 – 1.Allegro molto, energico 1:55:45 Op. 37 – 2.Comodo 2:02:59 Op. 37 – 3.Largo 2:10:52 Op. 37 – 4.Allegro

Imagen de portada: Chandos

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Michael Franti & Spearhead – Good to Be Alive Today

Michael Franti & Spearhead – Good to Be Alive Today

Authors: Dwayne Chin-Quee, Michael Franti, Stephen Mcgregor
Via YouTube May 29, 2016

Video recommended by Mick Lorusso from the US/Italy, collaborator of Arttextum’s Replicación

Michael Franti & Spearhead – Good to Be Alive Today.

Michael Franti & Spearhead – Good to Be Alive Today

It’s a long road, oh
Everyday I wake up and turn my phone on
I read the news of the day, just as it’s coming down
I do my best not to let it get me down
I try to keep my head up, but is Babylon
This world’s in crisis, we try to fight it, this changing climate
With scientists and politicians divided by it
So many ways we could solve it but they would never sign it
This mountains tumbling down, but still we try to climb it
It’s in the Torah, Quran and in the Bible
Love is the message for some how we turn to rivals
It’s come to people always picking up their rifles
Another school getting shot up homicidal

Some people tryna look fly, some people tryna get high
Some people losing their mind, some people tryna get by
And when you look in my eyes, you see the sign of the times
We all looking for the same thing

But what if this song’s number one
Would it mean that love had won?
Would it mean that the world was saved?
And no guns are being drawn today?
What if everybody had a job?
And nobody had to break a law?
What if everyone could say
That it’s good to be alive today (oh, oh, oh, oh)
Is it good to be alive today (oh, oh, oh, oh)
Is it good to be alive today (oh, oh, oh, oh)
Is it good to be alive today (oh, oh, oh, oh)
No matter what nobody say

People used to feel safer when they would hear a siren
Like help is on its way but now they only think of violence
Another youth in the streets and police is in a conflict
And now they hear the guns click, yo
Ebola crisis and ISIS is taking heads off
A drone is bombing a village and now the kids all
Signing up to be soldiers, but they all willing now
To do the killing now, now are you willing now?
Some politicians out there making up some problems
And tryna tell the people that they can solve them
With TV shows and soundbites and quotes
But everybody knows that it’s all about the cash flow
They telling you and me, they’re making progress
But tell it to the millions of jobless
It’s like a players club with billions of dollars
To get the votes you got to make it rain in congress

Some people tryna look fly, some people tryna get high
Some people losing their mind, some people tryna get by
And when you look in my eyes, you see the sign of the times
We all looking for the same thing

But what if this song’s number one
Would it mean that love had won?
Would it mean that the world was saved?
And no guns are being drawn today?
What if everybody had a job?
And nobody had to break a law?
What if everyone could say
That it’s good to be alive today (oh, oh, oh, oh)
Is it good to be alive today (oh, oh, oh, oh)
Is it good to be alive today (oh, oh, oh, oh)
Is it good to be alive today (oh, oh, oh, oh)
And we all say

One day, one day
One day, one day
One day, we all will say
That it’s good to be alive today
One day, one day
One day, one day
One day, we all will say
That it’s good to be alive today

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CANADA

CANADA

Fundadores: Lope Serrano y Nicolás Méndez
Vía Canada

Website recomendado por Mariana Chávez Berrón, colaboradora de México para Replicación de Arttextum

CANADA es una productora que tiene sede en Barcelona España producen y publican vídeos, discos, libros y objetos físicos de toda índole. Es muy característica su dirección de arte y el link es su archivo de videos desde 2008.

CANADA trabaja Worldwide salvo en EEUU que está representado por The Directors Bureau y en Francia donde lo representa Iconoclast.

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Before the Flood – Documentary by Leonardo DiCaprio

Before the Flood – Documentary by Leonardo DiCaprio

Producers: Leonardo DiCaprio & Fisher Stevens
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If you could know the truth about the threat of climate change — would you want to know? Before the Flood, presented by National Geographic, features Leonardo DiCaprio on a journey as a United Nations Messenger of Peace, traveling to five continents and the Arctic to witness climate change firsthand. He goes on expeditions with scientists uncovering the reality of climate change and meets with political leaders fighting against inaction. He also discovers a calculated disinformation campaign orchestrated by powerful special interests working to confuse the public about the urgency of the growing climate crisis. With unprecedented access to thought leaders around the world, DiCaprio searches for hope in a rising tide of catastrophic news.

From Academy Award®-winning filmmaker Fisher Stevens and Academy Award®-winning actor, environmental activist and U.N. Messenger of Peace Leonardo DiCaprio, Before the Flood presents a riveting account of the dramatic changes now occurring around the world due to climate change, as well as the actions we as individuals and as a society can take to prevent the disruption of life on our planet. Beyond the steps we can take as individuals, the film urges viewers to push their elected officials in supporting the use of alternative energy sources such as solar and wind power. “We need everyone to demand bold action from their political leaders and to elect representatives who have their best interests at heart, not the interests of corporations to perpetuate a cycle of greed and destruction,” says DiCaprio. “This documentary shows how interconnected the fate of all humanity is — but also the power we all possess as individuals to build a better future for our planet.”

Before the Flood premieres in theaters on October 21st and will air globally on the National Geographic Channel on October 30th in 171 countries and 45 languages. The film is directed by Fisher Stevens and produced by Leonardo DiCaprio, Fisher Stevens, Jennifer Davisson and Trevor Davidoski with Brett Ratner and James Packer of RatPac Entertainment. It was written by Mark Monroe and Executive Produced by Martin Scorsese, Adam Bardach, Mark Monroe, and Zara Duffy. The film is edited by Geoffrey Richman A.C.E., Ben Sozanski, Abhay Sofsky, and Brett Banks. The Director of Photography is Antonio Rossi. The Executive Music Producers are Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross with original music by Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross, Mogwai and Gustavo Santaolalla.

The carbon emissions from Before The Flood were offset through a voluntary carbon tax. Learn how you can offset your own carbon emissions by going to CarboTax.org

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The Video That Will Change Your Future

By: Video Advice
Via YouTube | July 4, 2017

The most Inspirational video ever by Morgan Freeman. It’s very emotional but motivating at the same time. “I wish someone told me this when I was young.” -Morgan Freeman
 

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Matisyahu – One Day (YouTube Version)

Matisyahu – One Day

By: MatisyahuVEVO
Via YouTube October 25, 2009

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Matisyahu’s official music video for ‘One Day’.

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The Sun, Full HD Documentary

The Sun

By: Discovery Communications Inc.
Via YouTube | May 17, 2014

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“The realization that we came from the stars is one of the greatest discoveries ever in all of science.”

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CGI Short Film “Extinguished” by Ashley Anderson and Jacob Mann

CGI Short Film “Extinguished” by Ashley Anderson and Jacob Mann

Authors: Ashley Anderson and Jacob Mann
Via YouTube | July 23, 2017

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“Extinguished” by Ashley Anderson and Jacob Mann In a world where flames represent love, it’s easy to get your heart burned.

Running time: 03:43

Created at Ringling College of Art and Design
Jacob Mann – jacobmannart.com
Ashley Anderson – ashleyanderson.squarespace.com

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Grayson Perry | Think Like an Artist | TateShots

Grayson Perry | Think Like an Artist | TateShots

Author: Grayson Perry
Via TateShots | March 18, 2016

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Some wise words on art and creativity from the mind of Grayson Perry. Taken from his conversation with Sarah Thornton on the subject of What makes an artist? which took place in the Starr Auditorium, Grayson Perry has some no-nonsense advice on how to think like an artist.

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Gran consejo del gran maestro Alfred Hitchcock

Gran consejo del gran maestro Alfred Hitchcock

Autor: Alfred Hitchcock 
Vía Canal Encuentro

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The Big Dream (Moby reversion featuring Mindy Jones)

The Big Dream (Moby reversion featuring Mindy Jones)

Autor: David Lynch
Vía YouTube | Abril 28, 2014

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The Big Dream es el segundo álbum de estudio del director y músico estadounidense David Lynch, publicado en julio de 2013. Sacred Bones Records se encargó de su distribución en Norteamérica y Sunday Best en Europa. El disco fue grabado y producido en su propio estudio en Los Ángeles, California en 2012 junto a Dean Hurley, colaborador frecuente del artista.

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David Lynch – Making ‘The Big Dream’ (Documentary)

David Lynch – Making ‘The Big Dream’ (Documentary)

Autor: David Lynch
Vía YouTube | Julio 15, 2013

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The Big Dream es el segundo álbum de estudio del director y músico estadounidense David Lynch, publicado en julio de 2013. Sacred Bones Records se encargó de su distribución en Norteamérica y Sunday Best en Europa. El disco fue grabado y producido en su propio estudio en Los Ángeles, California en 2012 junto a Dean Hurley, colaborador frecuente del artista.

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YouTube

Desarrolladores: Steve ChenChad Hurley Jawed Karim
Vía YouTube

Web link recomendado por María José Alós, colaboradora de México para Replicación de Arttextum

YouTube es un sitio web dedicado a compartir vídeos. Aloja una variedad de clips de películas, programas de televisión y vídeos musicales, así como contenidos amateur como videoblogs y YouTube Gaming. A pesar de las reglas de YouTube contra subir vídeos con todos los derechos reservados, este material existe en abundancia.

Fue creado por tres antiguos empleados de PayPal en febrero de 2005. En octubre de 2006, fue adquirido por Google Inc. a cambio de 1650 millones de dólares y ahora opera como una de sus filiales. Actualmente es el sitio web de su tipo más utilizado en internet.

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UbuWeb

UbuWeb

Autor: UbuWeb
Vía UbuWeb

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UbuWeb es un sitio web sobre arte vanguardista. Fue fundado en 1996 por el poeta Kenneth Goldsmith.​
Allí puede encontrarse poesía concreta y sonora, archivos de video-arte, cine underground y Arte sonoro.

Imagen de portada: EntreVoir

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Zeitgeist Minds

Zeitgeist Minds

Author: Zeitgeist Minds
Via Zeitgeist Minds

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Google’s Zeitgeist events are a series of intimate gatherings of top global thinkers and leaders. ZeitgeistMinds is a collection of inspiring videos from these events.

Dive in to explore the ideas that affect our social, economic, political and cultural surroundings. Hear perspectives from industry pioneers and statespeople, renowned writers and bloggers, scientists and artists, activists and musicians. Learn from progressive minds, and discuss topics that influence the world around us.

Listen. Join in. Be part of the Zeitgeist.

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Recuentos. Videos sobre la memoria social e histórica de América Latina

Autor: Artishock 
Vía Artishock | Abril 12, 2017

 

Recuentos es un proyecto comisariado por Isabela Villanueva para la galería Espacio Mínimo con obras en formato videográfico de Edgardo Aragón, Marilá Dardot, Claudia Joskowicz y Enrique Ramírez, artistas que exploran distintas maneras de representar acontecimientos, buscan nuevas perspectivas para capturar la memoria social y personal y examinan hechos históricos y sus repercusiones en el entorno físico y simbólico que los rodea. Los une el interés por el proceso reflexivo, pues más que visitar los hechos del pasado y presentar alegorías, les interesa generar correspondencias y analogías con los problemas del presente.

En su documental Matamoros Edgardo Aragón (México) utiliza el formato de “road movie” para recrear los viajes que Pedro Vásquez Reyes realizó múltiples veces desde Oaxaca, en el sur de México, a Tamaulipas, en la frontera norte del país, para traficar drogas a Estados Unidos a finales de los años ochenta. Pero, más que abordar el problema del narcotráfico, o presentar la introspección del protagonista, este video es una reflexión sobre el paisaje mexicano. Matamoros plantea un cuestionamiento sobre la construcción de la memoria, pues lo que se nos presenta son construcciones o visiones y no una realidad fidedigna.

Diário, de la brasileña Marilá Dardot, presenta a la artista escribiendo con agua titulares de prensa impactantes en un muro de concreto, de modo que en instantes éstos se disuelven. Filmado en enero del 2015, el primer titular que aparece es el atentado terrorista de Charlie Hebdo en Francia, y justamente el último narra otro atentado en una mezquita en Pakistán. El video no sólo es un comentario sobre lo efímero de las noticias, sino que además recalca el carácter cíclico de los acontecimientos mundiales y demuestra cómo la historia es una colección de hechos irremediablemente repetitivos y simultáneos.

La instalación de video Sympathy for the Devil, de la boliviana Claudia Joskowicz, recrea un encuentro entre dos vecinos de La Paz, Bolivia: un refugiado judío polaco que emigró a Sudamérica durante la Segunda Guerra Mundial, y el ex nazi Klaus Barbie, que entonces vivía en Bolivia bajo un pseudónimo. Durante la década de 1970, ambos hombres vivían vidas paralelas como vecinos, mutuamente conscientes de la existencia del otro y encontrándose diariamente en el ascensor. Los videos, filmados por Joskowicz con magistrales tomas largas, se dedican a cuestionar la historia y sus repercusiones en el paisaje físico y simbólico. La obra también aborda la forma en que la tecnología media y redefine la memoria, la realidad y los hechos históricos.

Por último, el filme Pacífico, de Enrique Ramírez (Chile), nos presenta a un mar brusco, impredecible e imponente. El artista utiliza el océano como una alegoría de la historia social y política de América Latina, pero en particular de Chile. Ramírez se está refiriendo específicamente a la Operación Cóndor: la alianza militar y política entre las diversas dictaduras instaladas entre los años 70 y 80 en los países sudamericanos, y a sus prácticas de lanzar cadáveres de prisioneros políticos al mar para hacerlos desaparecer sin rastro para siempre. Para el artista el océano es una metáfora de la carga emotiva de un pasado que no debe ser olvidado.

Estos cuatro artistas, de distintas generaciones y proveniente de distintos países, invocan nuevas formas de representar las memorias y los acontecimientos vividos en un mundo marcado por procesos políticos turbulentos. A través de distintas metodologías Aragón, Dardot, Joskowicz y Ramírez intentan hablar del pasado para llenarlo de nuevas sensaciones que recodifican todos sus significados.

RECUENTOS. EDGARDO ARAGÓN, MARILÁ DARDOT, CLAUDIA JOSKOWICZ Y ENRIQUE RAMÍREZ
Un proyecto de Isabela Villanueva
Galería Espacio Mínimo, Madrid
Del 25 de marzo al 20 de mayo de 2017.

Imagen de portada tomada de Artishockautora Marilá Dardot.

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Award winning short film on How to be self sufficient

Author: Homesteading One Small Step towards freedom
Via YouTube | July 30, 2015

This family is an inspiration for people who would love to be a homesteader with limited resources!

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The Origami Revolution

The Origami Revolution

Author: NOVA
Via YouTube | February 15, 2017

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The Origami Revolution – Nova – S44 Ep05

Learning from nature, translating such a knowledge into paper, and now into a digital format!

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Start with why — how great leaders inspire action | Simon Sinek | TEDxPugetSound

Autor: Simon Sinek
Vía YouTube | Publicado en Septiembre 28, 2009

 

TEDx Puget Sound speaker – Simon Sinek – Start with Why: How Great Leaders Inspire Action

About TEDx, x=independently organize event
In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-
organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience.
At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep
discussion and connection in a small group. These local, self-organized
events are branded TEDx, where x=independently organized TED event.
The TED Conference provides general guidance for the TEDx program, but
individual TEDx events are self-organized.*
(*Subject to certain rules and regulations).

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The Black Eyed Peas – Where Is The Love?

Authors: George Jr Pajon, Justin Timberlake, Michael Fratantuno, Printz Board, Allan Pineda, Will Adams, Jaime Gomez
Via YouTube | Uploaded on Jun 16, 2009

 

Music video by Black Eyed Peas performing Where Is The Love?. (C) 2003 Interscope Geffen (A&M) Records A Division of UMG Recordings Inc.

Where Is The Love?

What’s wrong with the world, mama
People livin’ like they ain’t got no mamas
I think the whole world addicted to the drama
Only attracted to things that’ll bring you trauma

Overseas, yeah, we try to stop terrorism
But we still got terrorists here livin’
In the USA, the big CIA
The Bloods and The Crips and the KKK

But if you only have love for your own race
Then you only leave space to discriminate
And to discriminate only generates hate
And when you hate then you’re bound to get irate, yeah

Madness is what you demonstrate
And that’s exactly how anger works and operates
Man, you gotta have love just to set it straight
Take control of your mind and meditate
Let your soul gravitate to the love, y’all, y’all

People killin’, people dyin’
Children hurt and you hear them cryin’
Can you practice what you preach?
Or would you turn the other cheek?

Father, Father, Father help us
Send some guidance from above
‘Cause people got me, got me questionin’
Where is the love (Love)

Where is the love (The love) [2x]
Where is the love, the love, the love

It just ain’t the same, old ways have changed
New days are strange, is the world insane?
If love and peace are so strong
Why are there pieces of love that don’t belong?

Nations droppin’ bombs
Chemical gasses fillin’ lungs of little ones
With ongoin’ sufferin’ as the youth die young
So ask yourself is the lovin’ really gone

So I could ask myself really what is goin’ wrong
In this world that we livin’ in people keep on givin’ in
Makin’ wrong decisions, only visions of them dividends
Not respectin’ each other, deny thy brother
A war is goin’ on but the reason’s undercover

The truth is kept secret, it’s swept under the rug
If you never know truth then you never know love
Where’s the love, y’all, come on (I don’t know)
Where’s the truth, y’all, come on (I don’t know)
Where’s the love, y’all

People killin’, people dyin’
Children hurt and you hear them cryin’
Can you practice what you preach?
Or would you turn the other cheek?

Father, Father, Father help us
Send some guidance from above
‘Cause people got me, got me questionin’
Where is the love (Love)

Where is the love (The love)? [6x]
Where is the love, the love, the love?

I feel the weight of the world on my shoulder
As I’m gettin’ older, y’all, people gets colder
Most of us only care about money makin’
Selfishness got us followin’ the wrong direction

Wrong information always shown by the media
Negative images is the main criteria
Infecting the young minds faster than bacteria
Kids wanna act like what they see in the cinema

Yo’, whatever happened to the values of humanity
Whatever happened to the fairness and equality
Instead of spreading love we’re spreading animosity
Lack of understanding, leading us away from unity

That’s the reason why sometimes I’m feelin’ under
That’s the reason why sometimes I’m feelin’ down
There’s no wonder why sometimes I’m feelin’ under
Gotta keep my faith alive ‘til love is found
Now ask yourself

Where is the love? [4x]

Father, Father, Father, help us
Send some guidance from above
‘Cause people got me, got me questionin’
Where is the love?

Sing with me y’all:
One world, one world (We only got)
One world, one world (That’s all we got)
One world, one world
And something’s wrong with it (Yeah)
Something’s wrong with it (Yeah)
Something’s wrong with the wo-wo-world, yeah
We only got
(One world, one world)
That’s all we got
(One world, one world)

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El poder de la creatividad | Gabriel Lama y Daniela Sanchez | TEDxTukuy

Autor: Domingo [ Laboratorio Creativo ]
Vía YouTube | Diciembre 7, 2016

 

Gabriel y Daniela nos cuentan acerca del viaje a través de su propio proceso creativo. En esta charla descubriremos cómo todas las personas pueden iniciar su propio proceso creativo que les permita comenzar a hacer, descubrir y enfocar sus sueños y proyectos hasta hacerlos realidad.Gabriel Lama y Daniela Sánchez decidieron hace más de 4 años dejar sus trabajos y comenzar su propia aventura de crear un espacio donde pudieran generar actividades artísticas y culturales y ponerlas al alcance de las personas. Es así que nació “Domingo”, un laboratorio creativo que tiene como misión ampliar y enriquecer el Universo Creativo de las personas a través de experiencias culturales y proyectos multidisciplinarios de creación.
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4 Non Blondes – What’s Up

Author: Linda Perry
Via YouTube

 

Music video by 4 Non Blondes performing What’s Up. (C) 1992 Interscope Records.

What’s up -lyrics
Twenty-five years and my life is still
Trying to get that great big hill of hope
For a destination
I realized quickly when I knew I should
That the world was made up of this brotherhood of man
For whatever that means
And so I cry sometimes
When I’m lying in bed Just to get it all out
What’s in my head
And I, I am feeling a little peculiar
And so I wake in the morning
And I step outside
And I take a deep breath and I get real high
And I scream from the top of my lungs
What’s going on?
And I say, hey yeah yeah, hey yeah yeah
I said hey, what’s going on?
And I say, hey yeah yeah, hey yeah yeah
I said hey, what’s going on?
oh, oh oh
oh, oh oh
And I try, oh my god do I try
I try all the time, in this institution
And I pray, oh my god do I pray
I pray every single day
For a revolution.
And so I cry sometimes
When I’m lying bed
Just to get it all out
What’s in my head
And I, I am feeling a little peculiar
And so I wake in the morning
And I step outside
And I take a deep breath and I get real high
And I scream from the top of my lungs
What’s going on?
And I say, hey hey hey hey
I said hey, what’s going on?
And I say, hey hey hey hey
I said hey, what’s going on?
And I say, hey hey hey hey
I said hey, what’s going on?
And I say, hey hey hey hey
I said hey, what’s going on?
oh, oh oh oh
Twenty-five years and my life is still
Trying to get that great big hill of hope
For a destination

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Orquesta de Instrumentos Reciclados de Cateura – Paraguay – “Landfill Harmonic”

Orquesta de Instrumentos Reciclados de Cateura – Paraguay – “Landfill Harmonic”

Autor: Orquesta de Instrumentos Reciclados de Cateura (Paraguay)
Vía YouTube | Publicado en Enero 10, 2013

Video recomendado por Javier Armas Cortez, colaborador de México para Replicación de Arttextum

 

Orquesta de Instrumentos Reciclados de Cateura (Paraguay).

Esta agrupación está conformada por jóvenes y niños de la comunidad de Cateura, Asunción, así como por algunos jóvenes de otras comunidades cercanas, interesados en vivir la experiencia de conformar esta Orquesta. La característica distintiva del grupo es la interpretación de obras musicales con instrumentos reciclados, fabricados a partir de Residuos Sólidos Domiciliarios, en el Taller de Luthería que posee el grupo en Cateura, donde gancheros, asesorados por Favio Chávez, técnico ambiental que trabaja en la zona desde el año 2005, han comenzado a utilizar restos de “basura” para elaborar instrumentos que emitieran sonidos musicales. Los instrumentos que ejecutan los miembros de esta orquesta imitan a violines, violas, cellos, contrabajos, guitarras, flautas, saxofones e instrumentos de percusión, pero construidos con basura. Entre su repertorio ejecutan Música clásica, música folklórica, música paraguaya, música latinoamericana, música de los Beatles, de Frank Sinatra, entre otros.

La combinación entre los residuos y la música ha surgido a partir de la experiencia de Favio Chávez, Técnico Ambiental y Músico, quién desde el 2006 al 2008 ha trabajado dentro del Proyecto Procicla,-BID, (Banco Interamericano de Desarrollo) en donde trabajo con las diversas asociaciones de gancheros en la segregación de residuos sólidos domiciliarios y comenzó a enseñar música en sus ratos libres a los hijos de estos. Dentro del mismo proyecto se constituye como el primer profesor de música de los niños y jóvenes hijos de gancheros del vertedero Cateura, de Asunción, quienes son ahora, los integrantes de la Orquesta de Instrumentos Reciclados.

A partir del año 2011 el grupo ha formado su propia organización y se encuentra abocado al proceso de conformar en Cateura, una Orquesta Sinfónica a partir de Residuos Sólidos Domiciliarios y desarrollar un sistema por el cual posibilitar a niños y jóvenes de comunidades de escasos recursos, el acceso a la educación musical.

En el transcurso del año 2012, el grupo se ha presentado en el mes de junio, en el Foro de Emprendedurismo Social en la nueva Economía, realizado en el marco de la Cumbre de Desarrollo Sustentable Río +20, en la Ciudad de Río de Janeiro, Brasil. En julio pasado, esta Orquesta ha realizado presentaciones en Ciudad de Panamá, en donde se ha destacado el concierto realizado en el Teatro de la Ciudad del Saber, organizado por la Embajada Paraguay en dicha ciudad. En el mes de Noviembre la Orquesta ha viajado a Bogotá, Colombia para participar del Festival Internacional “Bogotá Basura Cero”.

A comienzos de diciembre del 2012 la Orquesta de Reciclados de Cateura ha tenido una proyección mundial con el lanzamiento de en la web, del video que contiene el tráiler de un documental realizado sobre la historia de la Orquesta. Esta documental ha sido producida a partir de la iniciativa de una paraguaya residente en USA, Alejandra Amarilla.

El video ha sido difundido masivamente por las redes sociales y en Facebook.

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Small acts which bring about big change

Small acts which bring about big change

Author: PlayGround+
Via Facebook | April 23, 2017

Video recommended by Mick Lorusso from the USA / Italy, collaborator of Arttextum’s Replicación

 

Small acts which bring about big change.

Enough said! 🙂

 

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The Map of Physics

Author: Domain of Science
Via YouTube | November 27, 2016

Everything we know about physics – and a few things we don’t – in a simple map.

If you are interested in buying a print you can buy it as a poster here: http://www.redbubble.com/people/domin…

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Also you can download a digital version here: https://www.flickr.com/photos/9586967…

I made the music, which you can find on my Soundcloud if you’d like to get lost in some cosmic jam. https://soundcloud.com/dominicwalliman

Errata and clarifications.

I endeavour to be as accurate as possible in my videos, but I am human and definitely don’t know everything, so there are sometimes mistakes. Also, due to the nature of my videos, there are bound to be oversimplifications. Some of these are intentional because I don’t have time to go into full detail, but sometimes they are unintentional and here is where I clear them up.

1. “Isaac Newton invented calculus.” Actually there is controversy over who invented calculus first Isaac Newton or Gottfried Leibniz. Regardless of who it was I have used Leibniz’s mathematical notation here and so he definitely deserves credit. I did’t know about all this so thanks to those who pointed it out. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Leibniz…
2. “Maxwell derived the laws of electromagnetism.” This is a simplification as Maxwell’s work was built on the backs of other scientists like Hans Christian Ørsted, André-Marie Ampère and Michael Faraday who discovered induction and saw that electricity and magnetism were part of the same thing. But it was Maxwell who worked out all the maths and brought electricity and magnetism together into a unified theory. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Electro…
3. “Entropy is a measure of order and disorder”. This is also a simplification and this does a good job of explaining it better https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Entropy
4. Einstein and Quantum physics: I made it sound like quantum physics was built by people other than Einstein, but this couldn’t be further from the truth. Einstein got a Nobel prize for his work on the photoelectric effect which was a key result to show the particle-like nature of light. Funnily enough he never got a nobel prize for his work on Relativity!

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Pequeños Descambios, un filme de María Paula Falla

María Paula Falla, artista Arttextum

Directora: María Paula Falla
Vía YouTube | Diciembre 19, 2012

 

Sinopsis:

En la vereda de Soracá en el departamento de Boyacá, un grupo de niños se reuné en una guarida secreta con el fin de compartir sus aventuras, historias que giran alrededor del trueque y de la soberanía alimentaria de sus familias.

Este cortometraje fue producido y realizado por el grupo de niños de la vereda de Soracá en Boyacá, que tomarón el taller de formación audiovisual en el marco de la 1ra Muestra Rodante de Cine Comunidad. Este grupo de niños es conocido como “Angelitos Voladores Producciones.”

En Co-producción con:

POPULUS Rural
POPULUS Proyectos Comunitarios
Virgen del Milagro Producciones

Talleristas:
María Paula Falla
Mauricio Hurtado
Fidel Gómez

Dirección:
María Paula Falla

Montaje:
María Paula Falla

Fotografía:
Mauricio Hurtado
Fidel Gómez

Producción de Campo:
Angelitos Voladores Producciones

 

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