quinta-feira, agosto 31, 2006

dialogue: talking, listening, hearing

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Next, Back, Thread Ahead: 9/11/2001, Thread Back: André Glucksmann.

30/08/06, Yassin Musharbash, Jihad on the Web, Al-Qaida's German Blog, (Archive), Technorati Discussion.

Click to Enlarge / Click para AumentarOf course (?) the Spiegel article gives us everything but a link to the site itself. I humbly publish it here (along with the content warning): Globale Islamische Medien-Front.

I have seen the holocaust deniers exported (safely?) out of Canada, seen them tried in German courts, convicted, presumably jailed. I have seen the United Church of Canada's Lawrence Pushee smacked upside the head for his views and forced into an equivocal apology.

What I want to see is these people's views published widely and in all the languages of the planet - because when this is accomplished they will be effectively de-fanged. No one is convinced of these views through reason - they are convinced because it already suits them somehow - and the suppression, keeping them under their rocks, only contributes to the problem. This is especially true for Al-Quaida and Hizbollah and Hamas - because the language is Arabic and there are few who take the time to translate accurately (see: Hamas - National Reconciliation Document, and Hamas: National Reconciliation Document). So the pundits and the politicians are free to say what they like and fulfill the cycle of hatred through mis-information, indulge in 'war on terror' and the like nonsense.

The solution for mould in your cupboards is to open them and let in the air.

The United Church of Canada itself is useless at this - but there is a forum, the United Online, which airs civilized dialogue - and is (in my humble opinion) part of the counterforce, part of the solution.

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segunda-feira, agosto 28, 2006

Gertrude Kearns

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28/08/06, Val Ross, Gertrude Kearns: Scenes from the Front, (Archive).

Herself; four images of Romeo Dallaire; and two of Lewis MacKenzie:
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Images on-line at: CCCA - Centre for Contemporary Canadian Art, Carleton University, Ottawa, and Kingston Prize Gallery.

What look to me like authentic visions, tho' there is room for doubt. Dallaire did not 'sit' for these portraits, they were cobbled up out of photographs and such; and listening to the interview (below) I see that she is prone to some of the failings of too-literary too-literate sentences about art, could even be Toronto correctitude raising its ugly head. All that said, the images touch me, something authentic gets through ...

Background on Rwanda: CBC Archives (including an interview with Gertrude).

Dallaire has recovered; I think his wife Elizabeth deserves a lot of credit, I bet it was not an easy row to hoe. They have made him a Senator now - maybe it will all go to his head, who knows? God bless them both. One thing is clear - if Baril and Anan and soooo many others had listened to Dallaire at the time, it could have been stopped.

William Shabas, Alison Desforges, Ed Broadbent, Ingvar Carlsson, Maurice Baril, Peter Raymont.

Shake Hands With The Devil.

Listening to a tape of Dallaire today when he said something that rang true - that there is no need to wait for the United Nations to get it together, it is possible to funnel support directly to the African Union (AU) forces already in Darfur. Why are we not doing that?

Background on Somalia: CBC Archives.

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domingo, agosto 27, 2006

Newfoundland Wind

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06/08/06, Stephanie Porter, Big wind blowing, (Archive).
27/08/06, Stephanie Porter, Waiting for the Wind (not yet on-line).

Click to Enlarge / Click para AumentarEd Martin - CEO of Newfoundland and Labrador Hydro.
   Wind Generation RFP (closed Jan 2006).
   Submissions:
   - Anemos Energy Corporation, St. John's Wind Farm, Rob Parsons
   - Avalon Wind Energy Inc., Roaches Line Wind Farm
   - Bonavista Wind Power Inc., Burnt Ridge Wind Farm
   - Horizon Legacy Construction, Gambo Wind Power Generation
   - Horizon Legacy Construction, Buchans Wind Power Generation
   - Kruger Energy Inc., The Arches Wind Power Project
   - NeWind Group Inc., St. Lawrence Wind Project
   - NeWind Group Inc., Trepassy Wind Project
   - NeWind Group Inc., Monkstown Wind Project
   - Top Pond Wind Power Limited Partnership, Top Pond Wind Farm
   - UBEL Fuhrlander (?), Bay of Islands Wind Field
   - Vector Wind Energy Inc., Fermeuse Wind Farm Project
   - Wind Project Inc., Argentia Wind Farm

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Rutland - 50W Electric.
Bergey Windpower - Electric to 10kW.
Koenders Windmills - Aeration.
Aermotor - Water Pumping.
Fiasa - Water Pumping.


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sábado, agosto 26, 2006

Poincaré

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Actually Jules Henri Poincaré.

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Sidetracked already ... first by the Google/Blogger servers which are playing silly buggers this morning, then by cute associations with 'Siobhan' - there was a woman with this name in St. John's running for the Liberals in the last election and the students then living with me decided to steal a couple of 4x8 foot plastic signs to decorate their rooms ... I don't quite know how to pronounce this name ... Siobhan ... ? no idea. A-and then she turns out to have an interest in H.S.M. Coxeter, the Geometer ... Harold Scott MacDonald "Donald" Coxeter, another like Northrop Frye that I failed to follow when the time was ripe, ai ai, and from the little I can glean, he had, like Frye, an abiding love in his life ... anyway, here is some bumph on the book and herself: King of Infinite Space - Donald Coxeter, The Man Who Saved Geometry, by Siobhan Roberts.

What caught me was this:
"The Poincaré conjecture states that the three-dimensional sphere is the only three-dimensional space that does not go on forever, and does not have any walls, and in which you can shrink every loop to a point." It has been proven for higher dimensions: Stephen Smale, at the Toyota Technological Institute in Chicago, proved it for five or more dimensions in 1960. Michael Freedman, at Microsoft, proved it for four dimensions in 1983. And in the 1970s, William Thurston, now at Cornell, wrote the broader "geometrization conjecture" that encompassed Poincaré.

"Does not go on forever." - what could that mean?

Let's see if it has been stated correctly. The 'Poincaré conjecture' at Wikipedia does not quite match up:
"If a closed three-dimensional manifold is sufficiently like a sphere in that each loop in the manifold can be tightened to a point, then it is really just a three-dimensional sphere." and I am lost.

Even getting just the shape of Grigory Perelman's proof is simply not on for me. First I guess you would have to understand what Richard Hamilton's concept of 'Ricci flow' is - "treating geometric manifolds in a manner that is analogous to the diffusion of heat" says the report - and I am lost again.

A-and that's it for now - I am lost ... oh well. I still have the damned signs and given the garbage situation in St. John's these days I guess I will have to cut them up into small pieces to get rid of them, maybe they can be recycled ...

Given what I learned from Anne Tyng about 3-dimensional consciousness, maybe that 3-space does not go on forever is another intimation of mortality?

I do admire Grigory Perelman (Grigori 'Grisha' Yakovlevich Perelman / Григорий Яковлевич Перельман) for not playing tic-tac-toe with the maggots; I hope he can afford his grand gestures. Maybe I can find a picture of him:
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sexta-feira, agosto 25, 2006

jerkin' boat

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YouTube Link, this seems to be a more dependable access to the video, and even this is 'not available' from time to time, so it goes ...

Bass: Tony Garnier, Guitar: John Jackson, Pedal Steel,Dobro: Bucky Baxter, Drums: Winston Watson, Hammond Organ: Brendan O'Brien




Dignity Dignidade
Fat man lookin' in a blade of steel
Thin man lookin' at his last meal
Hollow man lookin' in a cotton field
For dignity
 Homem gordo olhando numa lâmina do aço
Homem magro olhando sua última refeição
Homem oco olhando em algodoal
Para a dignidade
Wise man lookin' in a blade of grass
Young man lookin' in the shadows that pass
Poor man lookin' through painted glass
For dignity
 Homem sábio olhando em uma lâmina da grama
Homem novo olhando nas sombras que passam
Homem pobre olhando através do vidro pintado
Para a dignidade
Somebody got murdered on New Year's Eve
Someone said that dignity was the first to leave
I went into the city, into the town
Into the land of the midnight sun
 Alguém foi assassinado no Reveillon
Alguém disse que dignidade era o primeiro a sair
Eu entrei na cidade, entrei na aldeia
Entrei na terra do sol da meia-noite
Searchin' high, searchin' low
Searchin' everywhere I know
Askin' the cops wherever I go
Have you seen dignity?
 Procurando em cima, procurando para baixo
Procurando em toda parte que eu conheço
Pedindo os polícias tudo lugare onde ando
Você viu a dignidade?
Blind man breakin' out of a trance
Puts both of his hands in the pockets of chance
Hopin' to find one circumstance
Of dignity
 Homem cego fugindo fora de um trance
Põe ambas suas mãos nos bolsos da possibilidade
Esperando encontrar só uma circunstância
Da dignidade
I went to the wedding of Marylou
She said 'I don't want nobody see me talkin' to you'
She could get killed if she told me what she knew
About dignity
 Eu fui ao casamento de Marylou
Ela disse, 'eu não quero que ninguém me visse falando para você'
Poderia ser matada se me dissesse o que soube
Sobre a dignidade
I went down where the vultures feed
I would've gone deeper but there wasn't any need
I heard the tongues of angels and the tongues of men
And there wasn't any difference to me
 Eu andei abaixo onde os vultures alimentam
Eu iria mais profundo, mas não havia nenhuma necessidade
Ouviu as lingas dos anjos e as lingas dos homens
Não era nenhuma diferença para mim
Chilly wind sharp as a razor blade
House on fire, debts unpaid
Gonna stand at the window, gonna ask the maid
Have you seen dignity?
 Vento frio como uma lâmina de razor
Casa no fogo, débitos por pagar
Indo ficar na janela, indo perguntar à doméstica
Você viu a dignidade?
Drinkin' man listens to the voice he hears
In a crowded room full of covered up mirrors
Lookin' into the lost forgotten years
For dignity
 Cachaceiro escuta a voz que se ouve
Em um quarto cheio dos espelhos cobertos
Olhando para os anos esquecidos e perdidos
Para a dignidade
I met Prince Phillip at the home of the blues
Said he'd give me information if his name wasn't used
He wanted money up front, he said he been abused
By dignity
 Encontrei o Príncipe Phillip na casa dos azuis
Dito dar-me-ia a informação se seu nome não fosse usado
Quis o dinheiro pra frente, dita que ele foi abusado
Pela dignidade
Footprints runnin' cross the silver sand
Steps goin' down into tattoo land
I met the sons of darkness and the sons of light
In the bordertowns of despair
 Pegadas seguindo através de areia de prata
Pisas baixando para a terra de tatuagem
Eu encontrei-me com os filhos da escuridão e os filhos da luz
Nas cidades na fronteira do desespero
Got no place to fade, got no coat
I'm on the rollin' river in a jerkin' boat
Tryin' to read a letter to me somebody wrote
About dignity
 Não tenho lugar desvanecem-se, não tenho casaco
Eu estou no rio cheio em um barco sacudindo
Tentando ler uma nota alguém escreveu para mim
Sobre a dignidade
Sick man lookin' for the doctor's cure
Lookin' at his hands for the lines that were
And into every masterpiece of literature
For dignity
 Homem doente procurando a cura do médico
Olhando em suas mãos para as linhas que eram
E em cada obra-prima da literatura
Para a dignidade
Englishman stranded in a blackheart wind
Combin' his hair back, his future looks thin
He bites the bullet and he looks within
For dignity
 Inglês encalhado no vento de coraçao preto
Penteando seus cabelos para atras, seu futuro olha magro
Morde a bala e olha dentro ele mesmo
Para a dignidade
Someone showed me a picture, I just had to laugh
Dignity never been photographed
I went into the red, went into the black
Went into the valley of dry bone dreams
 Alguém mostrou-me uma fotografia, eu tinha que rir
Dignidade nunca foi fotografado
Eu entrei no vermelho, entrei no preto
No vale de sonhos secos do osso
So many roads, so much at stake
So many dead ends, and I'm at the edge of the lake
Sometimes I wonder what it's gonna take
To find dignity
 Varias estradas, tanto na estaca
Varios impasses, e eu estou na beira do lago
Às vezes eu quero saber o que precisar
Para encontrar a dignidade

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quarta-feira, agosto 23, 2006

Whirrled Ends

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This is the way the world ends
This is the way the world ends
This is the way the world ends
Not with a bang but a whimper.


     (T.S. Eliot, The Hollow Men)

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"I, like, cry, when I listen to it, it's so good."


     (Paris Hilton)


Click to Enlarge / Click para Aumentar"I remember seeing her on the Grammys; I think I was on the show with her, I didn't meet her or anything but I said to myself, 'There's nothing about that girl I don't like.'" (Bob Dylan about Alicia Keys)

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sexta-feira, agosto 18, 2006

Correctitude

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Knee-Jerk (n): A presumtion that anything that offends somebody else is in its nature wrong, misplaced or in some other way incorrect; also see rash assumption (n)

Click to Enlarge / Click para AumentarInigo Wilson: A Lefty Lexicon.
Orange suspends blogger over his 'Lefty Lexicon'.
Orange, Inigo Wilson and freedom of speech.

In the process I had a look at the rhetoric on the Palestinian side - the soft middle of what moves the devotees at CUPE and the UCC. Airtight. Hermetically sealed. So much of this struggle, which enacts itself upon the ground of lovely human flesh, is ideology making everything into solipsisms, the snake eating its tail. On both sides of course - symmetry.

I am still stuck on the quote I found in the Globe last week: "If Hezbollah laid down its arms, there would be no war. If Israel laid down its arms, there would be no Israel." I like things succinct as well as the next man.

This seemed reasonable to me, 8 Lessons taken from the Israel/Hezbollah war:
18/08/06, Paul Heinbecker, Talk is mightier than the tank, (Archive).

I heard Gregerson of the UCC on the radio today - apparently they are continuing to split the hairs of their anti-semitism at the Thunder Bay meeting. Is it possible for a Jew and an Arab to dance on the head of a pin?

Here is their latest United Church of Canada 'official' vege-pap, or soylent green as the case may be: 18/08/06, United Church Adopts a Pro-Peace Investment Strategy for the Middle East. Anyone not following the 'development' of this ludicrous excuse for a policy or tactic or whatever it is supposed to be, might now at least possibly mistake it for something - for what I am not sure. Elvis has left the building; and the United Church has (simultaneously) swept him under the rug.

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quarta-feira, agosto 16, 2006

Sarin - under control? yeah right

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Also see: Trojan.

Friday August 18 2006

Security Issues Surround Russian Nuclear Stockpile.

Wednesday August 16 2006

Check this out: Sarin Leak Found at Umatilla Depot, Original US Army Press Release.

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Maps: Ranier & Portland, Hermiston & Umatilla, Umatilla.

Sarin is a nerve gas invented by the Nazis during WWII, the Wikipedia entry tells you everything except how long it takes; took some searching to find that it takes 'a few minutes' meaning I guess 'it depends', doesn't always kill ya but does a permanent neurological number anyway; and oh yeah, they use rabbits not canaries ...

Sort of the opposite of Alzheimers - it ramps up the production of neuro-transmitter acetylcholine and the whole nervous system overloads, something like that.

It's short so I'll just paste it in here:

Sarin Leak Found at Umatilla Depot

Workers at the Umatilla Chemical Depot in Oregon on Friday detected a sarin nerve agent vapor leak inside a storage structure used to contain munitions that have previously been found leaking, the U.S. Army Chemical Materials Agency said.

The structure used a passive filter system to prevent the escape of chemical vapor. Following the leak detection, the depot installed a powered filter.

Leaking weapons at Umatilla are placed in larger containers, and then moved to a “leaker” storage site that undergoes daily monitoring, according to an agency press release.


Just a thought but, what happens when the larger containers leak? How big do these containers get? And doesn't this all make the ultimate de-commissioning problematic?

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segunda-feira, agosto 14, 2006

Alexandra Morton

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A story this morning about gumption and salmon and sea lice (more than one variety I would say, Patrick Moore f'rinstance): 14/08/06, Mark Hume, Sea-lice researcher vindicated at last, (Archive).

Click to Enlarge / Click para AumentarThere are 'sides' but little balance:
Raincoast Research Society / Lore Quest.
Canadian Aquaculture Industry Alliance (CAIA),
      Sea Lice Cartoon response (to me? mealy-mouthed mis-information).
Heiltsuk Nation,
      Ocean Falls Protest, 2002.
Forest Action Network (FAN), (fan the flames where possible?)
      Check out the Ocean Falls 'deconstruction'.
Pan Fish Canada aka Omega?.
Ocean Falls.

Click to Enlarge / Click para AumentarConfused as usual no doubt - but I thought shore-side (in tanks on land) farms dealt with the sea lice issue? Looks like the 'deconstruction' didn't quite stick eh?

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sábado, agosto 12, 2006

Western Movie

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Wednesday August 16 2006

Click to Enlarge / Click para AumentarLo! and behold! the Globe finally posted it to their site: Nurturing doubt about climate change is big business, (Archive), and a few more letters have come in; James Schaefer & Kevin Key - my theory that the Muggles would prevail is entirely discredited, good for Canada again!

Monday August 14 2006

I was wrong! The Letters to the Editor are uniformly reasonable, good for Canada; G.A. Hamel, Jeannette Goguen, & Paul Thiessen - except mine of course which wasn't printed. I have popped them all in the Archive along with the original article.

So there is no need to explain my theory either.

Look here, I know I am a crack'd pot, a crank, nutbar, wingnut, dip stick, whatever ... but I don't get it ok? There have been 10,000 people and more pass by and not one Good Samaritan among them all has given me any clue. So I have been trying to stop, give it up, because the whole thing has become daemonic to me, enervating and horrible - something out of Carson McCullers or Kafka - misery such as I wish someone would put me out of, like the painted bird in Jerzy Kosiński's story. Ai Ai Ai!

When you've fallen on the highway
And you're lying in the rain,
And they ask you how you're doing
Of course you'll say you can't complain.

(Leonard Cohen & Sharon Robinson, Waiting For The Miracle)

Saturday August 12 2006

Click to Enlarge / Click para AumentarClick to Enlarge / Click para AumentarAfter weeks of poignant yearning to know who will finally wear the White Hat and who the Black Hat in the Israel/Hezbollah war; having sifted the ubiquitous Conspiracy Theories linking it all to the Great American Demon and/or the Anti Christ; and having suffered the feckless left-lib hand-wringers and whingers of The United Church of Canada (UCC), the Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE) et al.

Here (God is Great!) we have a REAL conspiracy, with REAL good guys and REAL bad guys, on a REAL issue that affects ALL the children of ALL the species on this planet Earth; for at least the next few generations - and many of those reading this as well.

Wow!

12/08/06, Charles Montgomery, Mr. Cool & friends, (Archive), Technorati Discussion.

Click to Enlarge / Click para AumentarNot too long ago it was the tobacco lobby indulging in this kind of high-finance-from-the-back-room kind of mis-information ... but, well, it really only affected smokers didn't it? Individual outcomes determined by individual choices; with a healthy (un-healthy?) cut to the government in taxes on sin.

Then it was the Asbestos Miners (well, not the 'miners' themselves y'unnerstan but the corporations) denying Asbestosis. They had to deny the whole existence of the disease itself - given the name you see ... a disease called 'Asbestosis' naturally leaves the casual reader thinking it is somehow connected with Asbestos.

A large picture on the front page of the Globe's Focus Section: a relaxed old gent sitting on a log in the forest in a straw hat, looking more-or-less into your eyes, and the equivocal headline, "While Al Gore circles the world raising the alarm of climate change, Victoria's Tim Ball tours Canada saying it's all bunk."

There can be a lot in a preposition, seems to me. Why didn't they say 'on climate change' instead of 'of climate change'?

The article you can read and judge for yourself. For my money it is well-researched, comprehensive, incontrovertible - also balanced and not hysterical. The Oil Barons want to confuse you with bafflegab in order that the government will not quickly establish effective policy around Global Warming and Climate Change.

A little surprising to me that the article has not been included on the Globe's website? Are they part of the conspiracy then? (Oh my.) But, let that one go. I am so betting on a flood of Letters to the Editor tomorrow, backing Tim Ball and his 'Friends of Science' - I have a theory about this, we'll see; I will publish them here even if I lose my bet.

Call me a throwback, I like to know what people look like, so I Googled around and came up with this:

The Bad Guys; (a-and not an Israeli in the bunch ... ):

(... more details to follow ...)

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Albert Jacobs, President of Friends of Science: No Photo available (not important enough I don't think).

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The Good Guys; the FCC (False Creek Coalition? Foreign Correspondents' Club? ... something like that): Chris Tenove, Alisa Smith, James MacKinnon, Charles Montgomery, Brian Payton and Deborah Campbell.

Click to Enlarge / Click para AumentarMy guess is that they are simply communicating well with one another. Finding a bit of negentropy somehow or other, syntropy, synergy ... whatever. Hippie kids I bet ... just a guess, the CBC article above identified them as '30 somethings'.

I will just centre out two of them for now, the two that I actually know something about that is (there are more pictures on their sites): Deborah Campbell, Charles Montgomery.

Be well.

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