The Food of a Future

On October 22, 2014, in Free Documentries, by admin

The Food of a Future

There are 7.1 billion people on a universe today, and that series grows during a rate averaging around 90 million per year. These people of march need to eat, and while many of a universe is now experiencing a many abounding and healthy proliferation of foodstuff in tellurian history, there is still a third of a tellurian race that suffers from craving – 30 people die of craving each minute.

So as a race grows exponentially, a doubt is, and will continue to be, how do we feed this flourishing series of people in a approach that does not lessen a peculiarity of life around production side effects? The Food of a Future examines a opinion on only how we intend to do this.

After highlighting a problem and ancillary it with a litany of statistics, a film turns a courtesy to early 20th century investigation and food scholarship developments. Norman Ernest Borlaug, an American biologist who would go on to be a Nobel laureate, is featured for carrying been credited with building semi-dwarf, high-yield, and disease-resistant wheat crops that were means to furnish record yields that saved millions of people worldwide from starvation and catalyzed a “Green Revolution,” an rural bang that altered a approach amiability postulated itself on a planet.

The page afterwards turns to a standing and growth of animal cultivation over a years, that is not a many demure towards a animals themselves. In conditions that are wholly abandoned of those we cruise to be healthy and benevolent for a animals, a food they lead to is some-more disposed to illness and a miss of peculiarity since of a discontinued lifestyle they lead.

This leads a film into alternatives to a faith on stream staples like beef and duck – things like insects, crocodiles, and an collection of ocean-based protein sources are acted as ideas that in many cases will need large informative shifts in what we humans hold excusable and desirable food sources. “Aquaculture,” as it is termed in a film, is quite severe since of a plunge we have imposed on a oceans and a miss of bargain of nautical farming. If we are to make it as a 21st century plods on, that will have to change.

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The Fight Against Ebola

On October 19, 2014, in Free Documentries, by admin

The Fight Against Ebola

Ebola bullies itself into a forefront of tellurian recognition some-more and some-more each day, and VICE News’ The Fight Against Ebola traces a virus’ stream conflict to a roots in Guinea in Dec of 2013. It fast found a approach into Liberia, Sierra Leone, Senegal, Nigeria, and a Democratic Republic of a Congo, and during a time of a creation of this film Liberia had turn a focal indicate of what, by Mar 2014, had fast grown into a full-on epidemic. In additional of 3000 infections had been accessible there to date, with around half of them proof to be fatal.

VICE contributor Danny Gold takes us into Monrovia, a collateral of Liberia, to request a conditions that adults there are being forced to fight in a arise of a virus’ invasion. Redemption Hospital, a epicenter of Ebola diagnosis in a city, is where we are initial introduced to a manifold state of medical workers’ efforts to control and provide a outbreak. The trickery is impressed and unqualified of treating a usually augmenting liquid of new patients that are nearing literally by a van-load all day, each day.

An talk with a intrepid ambulance motorist reveals he has 8 putrescent adults in his car behind him as he speaks with a filmmakers, and that they will be forced to sojourn in there until a sanatorium has room to take them in. Another talk outward a trickery highlights an putrescent male fibbing in a latrine that had been there for hours since no beds were accessible inside. Not usually is this terrible for a patients themselves, nonetheless after being denied access they are mostly forced behind out into a village where they turn conduits for swelling a virus.

The thoroughness afterwards moves to West Point, a circuitously dive where a pathogen is also present. In a bankrupt conditions here, even nonetheless a conflict is not nonetheless any some-more prevalent than elsewhere during a time of filming, there is still a most aloft risk of a pathogen removing a foothold simply since of a race thoroughness and miss of resources to effectively lessen risks.

The residue of a film follows a organisation as they join physique retrieval teams claiming those that have succumbed to a virus, and try several camps and proxy puncture diagnosis facilities.

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The End of a Amazonia

On October 18, 2014, in Free Documentries, by admin

The End of a Amazonia

Metaphorically titled, The End of a Amazonia is focusing privately on a mouth of a stream in a reduce Amazon, where it empties into a Atlantic Ocean. Coverage starts on a fishing communities that are a widespread attention in a segment – over 60% of GDP here is in some approach associated to fishing – and a immeasurable marshlands that are peppered via a waters it takes place in, that collectively make adult a land mass incomparable than some European nations (Denmark, Sweden, or Belgium).

Various forms of wildlife are chronicled as they work their approach into an bay where learned laborers bury their arms to a shoulder in a sand of mangrove swamps in office of a crawfish that is deliberate by many to be a delicacy. The hunters are so good during what they do, they are means to establish either a citation in their grasp, still secret low in a mud, is a masculine or womanlike – they do not constraint females, withdrawal them in place so they can continue to multiply and say a race that facilitates their livelihood.

Because of a overlie of uninformed and salt waters that start where a stream meets a ocean, peculiar zoological materialisation are mostly available in a area – such as white sharks being found adult river, and sea dolphins beaching themselves on riverbanks miles from their local sea waters. The beaches here lead to a display of a speculation Amazonian locals from a area as distant behind as twelve thousand years ago might have invented a strange showering fit – clay-fiber “tangas” that lonesome a same genitals area that modern-day bikini bottoms cover on women.

Being a final part of a array on a stream as a whole, a third act of a film is dedicated to behind a scenes practice a organisation had – many positive, some terrible. Some of a practices and strategy a organisation concocted in sequence to constraint hours and hours of footage are highlighted, as good as some of a uneasy people and causes a organisation was means to assist in their time spent there.

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The Coming Pandemic

On October 16, 2014, in Free Documentries, by admin

The Coming Pandemic

Whether it’s a clearly annual find of a new flu-like pathogen accompanied by doom-and-gloom press coverage, or a recognition of viral-born zombie epidemics in Hollywood transport these days, or some other form of reference to an imminent cataclysmic viral outbreak, a probability of a virus bringing whole nations, or even a world, to a knees is apropos an increasingly viable disaster. The Coming Pandemic explores this probability in a operation of suppositious scenarios piggybacking off semi-actual medical commentary and studies.

The film opens on substantiating a substructure for a plausibility of a vital incident, initial in citing chronological fashion with a Spanish Flu pestilence that occurred during a tail finish of World War I, when soldiers brought home a pathogen when returning from their service, and afterwards in following a suppositious outing a immature backpacker takes by Asia – he sits on a train subsequent to a lady putrescent with bird flu, ingests a airborne virus, and afterwards carries it home with him.

A real-world occurrence is afterwards examined by a filmmakers, a initial available cases of a H1N1 virus, that initial upheld to humans after putrescent ducks (water innate fowl are a many high-risk animals for these kinds of bird flu) were introduced to a duck race in a tiny Asian village. When a chickens became ill and died, a farmers didn’t consider anything of it and motionless to discharge a chickens for giveaway anyhow – that of march resulted in a people that ate them constrictive a virus.

As shocking as this was and is, scientists have nonetheless to see this pathogen be upheld from tellurian to human, that puts them during palliate about a risk we are indeed during when it comes to an outbreak. This carries a film to a subject of what indeed causes a widespread pandemic, a pathogen that humans have no shield to whatsoever, and that occurs when a vital turn is grown in a viral strain. From there, a series of suppositious scenarios are discussed by several scientists and medical attention professionals, including some of a domestic ramifications of these forms of incidents.

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Sunset Over Selungo

On October 14, 2014, in Free Documentries, by admin

Sunset Over Selungo

Part charge crowdfunding message, partial amicable probity documentary, Ross Harrison’s brief film Sunset Over Selungo follows 3 members of a Penan clan that have lived for centuries in a secluded rainforests of Borneo – a father and mother that have spent forty years together, Sia and Unyang, and a seasoned hunter, Dennis.

At a opening of a story, we are introduced to a daily life of Sia and Unyang – a elementary though fulfilling one that is one hundred percent contingent on a surrounding rainforests, and wholly abandoned of a bland conveniences that some-more industrialized civic civilizations take for granted. Beginning during 5:30 AM, Sia wakes and starts cooking for he and his mother – a solid diet of rice and fish held by his possess palm in a circuitously river.

We afterwards follow him out to do some of that fishing, that is not finished around offshoot and line, though rather with a hand-crafted net. Afterwards, some time is spent display a domestic lifestyle of Sia and Unyang, where they are given a event to speak about a significance of tough work and how their mutual affinity for it is what sparked their kinship 4 decades prior. Before a rod is upheld to a film’s other subject, Dennis, some of a couple’s common tillage efforts are shown.

We afterwards accommodate Dennis, a savvy jungle hunter that speaks – most of it in English – on how he was taught a things he knows about flourishing and abounding in this setting. One fortify he is rarely learned with is blowpipe hunting, that leads a filmmakers to assembly Balan, a internal blowpipe master craftsman. We afterwards are shown a polished routine Balan has polished over decades of practice; he spends dual full days alone only tedious a hole down a core of a five-plus-foot length square of timber they are crafted from. We are also shown a routine of poison-tipping a darts for a weapon, that is finished with a fatal neurotoxin able of murdering a grown male in seconds.

The final leg of a film delves into a impressively well-organized village conservancy efforts a clan has staged over a years to detour internal logging efforts, and because it is critical to everyone, not only a locals, that rainforests like theirs are saved from sum expulsion by logging outfits.

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Operation Persuasion

On October 12, 2014, in Free Documentries, by admin

Operation Persuasion

More reporters were sent to cover a commencement of a Iraq Invasion in a early 2000′s than were in Vietnam during a tallness of that war, and they were given some-more entrance both in bureaucratic stipend and around some-more modernized technological means than they had ever had before. ABC Australia’s documentary Operation Persuasion looks to disintegrate only that – what has altered in a fight coverage game, and how a proliferation of information and a entrance to it has altered a approach we perspective that coverage.

After a disastrous press fallout of a Vietnam War, a U.S. troops care had been really heedful in what it authorised press to have entrance to in their operations. The Tet Offensive being portrayed as an complete failure, notwithstanding a strenuous feat American army indeed achieved, is cited as a violation indicate in troops personality faith in a homeland press. The countless troops operations that occurred via a 1980′s were good safeguarded from a press as a result, and this process remained in place until Desert Storm, a initial United States Iraqi advance underneath George Bush Sr. Following that experience, where they were means to salary a comparatively “smart” fight of pointing barb and atmosphere strikes that embellished a troops actions in a some-more auspicious light, their insurgency to press coverage eased considerably.

That certain knowledge led to likewise eased policies streamer into a George W. Bush-led U.S. advance of Iraq, where they had intended a vigilant to locate and finally remove Iraqi tyrant Saddam Hussein from power. The formula were not scarcely as ideal this time around, as networks with reduction American-minded coverage angles such as a United Kingdom’s BBC network and a pretender news network out of Qatar, Al Jazeera, did not bashful divided from display hideous imagery of municipal injuries in Baghdad and identical stories that combined magnetism for Iraq.

The palliate of entrance to information, and a consistent barrage of open view with it, led to a critique of a troops debate that a open had never had a resources to theatre – doubt of a effect of comprehension cited as a logic to start a fight in a initial place. Whether Hussein indeed had weapons of mass destruction, or was nearby a capability to emanate them, was a logic Bush cited for invasion, and that roughly immediately came underneath glow as a blatant falsehood.

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Stoned Moms

On October 10, 2014, in Free Documentries, by admin

Stoned Moms

What is a initial thing we consider of when we consider of marijuana? If we suspicion a rarely doubtful answer “suburban moms smoking it,” we are right in line with a authorised cannabis industry’s selling objectives. Stoned Moms: The Marijuana Industry’s Greatest Untapped Market covers only that – a fast building ($1.4 billion in 2013) cannabis industry’s efforts to remonstrate prime women with children that smoking a small pot isn’t such a bad thing.

Nearly 70% of stream legal pot sales come from complicated users, creation “casual” partakers a mostly untapped marketplace for a companies behind a large ratified piece business. The film takes us by a several aspects of a cannabis attention by approach of following Jessica Roake, a immature Washington mom of dual that during a opening of a story explains she used to fume weed in college, though had motionless to refrain given apropos a mom.

We accompany her as businessman Peter Johnson takes her on tours of a Colorado pot expansion facility, an succulent pot bakery, sell weed shops, and an outside grow operation – afterwards joins her in a immeasurable array of ways to indeed devour a drug itself in complicated day weed society, such as a extravagantly renouned “vaping.”

These all are unchanging stops on tours that Johnson conducts as partial of his “weed tour” business. Roake explains that “At initial there’s that feeling that we are doing something, like, deeply illegal,” as she tours a measureless expansion trickery and peruses a various strains of marijuana being cloned in their laboratories.

The filmmakers hang adult a story by articulate with Jessica about her experience, on site during a marijuana-friendly ranch-style distraction facility, where she explains a drug’s effects on her and a ways in that pot could fit into her life. Her and a Vice match that has been concomitant her throughout, Krishna Andavolu, exam out product on a farm-like drift and lift on a series of giggly conversations about heady marijuana-related philosophical topics that we might really good have had as a daring teen in a friend’s groundwork a time or two.

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Inside a Dark Web

On October 8, 2014, in Free Documentries, by admin

Inside a Dark Web

Inside a Dark Web turns to a theme of internet notice concerning a pros and cons of a ability for all that passes over a measureless World Wide Web being means to be watched, recorded, and analyzed.

The initial aspect of a review examined by a film is Britain’s GCHQ – The Government Communications Headquarters – that is a sovereign confidence group whose goal matter reads “[The Agency] is constantly operative to keep Britain protected and secure in a severe sourroundings of complicated communication.” The reason cited in a film as being a solitary one a open has any believe of a agency’s existence is since Edward Snowden leaked a information in his barbarous documents.

Tim Berners-Lee, a male credited as a contriver of a Internet itself, explains that he sees a dangers being presented as a World Wide Web develops over a time. He creates a indicate that we have to understand, in regards to surveillance, that it is not people that are monitoring a internet activity in a initial tiers of these confidence agencies’ efforts – it is computers, or a algorithms housed on them, that dwindle function designated as value looking into serve and afterwards warning tellurian confidence officials that maybe there is reason to excavate deeper.

The film’s concentration turns from government surveillance to that being conducted by blurb entities – large business appropriation as most information as it can about your search, traffic, and interest-related habits that concede them to aim paid promotion into a trail of your digital trailblazing for products that we only competence be peaceful to palm over some of your tough warranted income for. The aforementioned supervision agencies mostly acquire this information for their possess monitoring functions as well.

David Chaum is a eminent idealist on a theme of internet development, and as early as a 1980′s was essay papers about a shocking inlet of digital remoteness and a need to consider about these issues before they turn a solitary passage to a vital of a lives. These ideas led to a invention of encryption, that a residue of a film explores as it relates to a several forms of a information that is flitting opposite a World Wide Web in droves on a daily basis.

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MH17: Caught in a Crossfire

On October 6, 2014, in Free Documentries, by admin

MH17: Caught in a Crossfire

The universe media held glow on Jul 17th, 2014 when Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17 was shot down over pro-Russian separatist territory in a Ukraine. All 283 passengers and 15 organisation members were killed in a catastrophe, total that total to make adult both a deadliest atmosphere occurrence in a story of a Ukraine, as good as a deadliest sharpened down of a blurb moody worldwide.

The disaster sparked a exhilarated tellurian discuss among universe powers as to who was during fault, declarations that a killers would be brought to probity and a bodies brought home during all costs, and a series of implications that a Russian supervision was distant some-more on a offshoot for a deaths than they were usurpation shortcoming for.

MH17: Caught in a Crossfire deeply probes into issues relating to a incident, both approach and indirect, and takes a assembly to a segment of a Ukraine where a conflict is waging between pro and anti-Russian Ukrainians. The filmmakers also compensate complicated courtesy to a routine of excavating a tellurian stays from a pile-up site, a transporting of them to their legitimate resting places, and a contentment of debate that stemmed from those efforts.

After entirely examining a pile-up and a people that occupy a domain it took place in, a film turns to a indirect troops actions that Vladimir Putin instituted following a incident, and a domestic debate that ensued as a result. A good series of pundits and media crew were discerning to spin a actions as carrying distant motives, and many tellurian powers took a attract and cursed them publicly.

The film closes on a story as certain as one could be on a theme matter, following Dutch publisher Rudy Bouma, who was a initial Dutch contributor to cover a disadvantage from a pile-up site. Having tighten personal connectors to one of a victims and experiencing a issue firsthand, Bouma motionless to collect a series of a sunflowers from a immeasurable fields of them a craft crashed into, and take them to Holland to be partial of a photography commemorative for a victims and their families.

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Life: Destiny or Chance?

On October 4, 2014, in Free Documentries, by admin

Life: Destiny or Chance?

Life: Destiny or Chance? attempts to answer a elemental doubt of either life is a outcome of clear vast design, or simply a propitious (for us, anyhow) occurrence predicated usually on chance. Basically, are we a mistake?

Looking during it from a really systematic and design perspective, a film starts by looking during a processes that emanate and means life, and either they are indeed constituent to a star on a grand scale – or usually a small blip on a radar for a comparatively separate flowchart.

The anecdotist goes on to explain that stellar explosions (supernovas and a like) that pour onward dirt are a catalysts for all forms of matter. A computer-simulated digest of a expansion of a creation is used to denote accurately how a star took figure from time 0 adult until benefaction day, and enables a explanation to mangle down a series of phenomena local to astrophysics – dim matter, black holes, solar winds, etc.

A star cluster called a Trapezium pumps out a breeze of ultraviolet deviation that clears out an area where immature stars can be innate to beget solar nebulae where a early building blocks of life can get a foothold. Dust particles start to “stick together” by approach of gravity, and solemnly form masses that eventually turn estimable adequate to consecrate what we know as planets.

Interplanetary dirt particles that enclose CO and hydrogen particles, when unprotected to oxygen in a atmosphere, emanate H2O (water) particles that are a building blocks of life. Earth’s contentment of water, and a indirect life that emerged from a presence, is due in vast partial to this process. Each of a planets in a solar complement are afterwards chronicled, with explanations of how H2O prevails on a aspect and a moons that circuit them.

The figure thrown out in a film’s shutting is that a star has had over forty billion particular favorable opportunities to parent life in a history, and Earth is a usually information indicate we have where those efforts resulted in a life that we suffer – doesn’t seem all that auspicious that we are a universe’s primary objective.

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Digital Amnesia

On October 2, 2014, in Free Documentries, by admin

Digital Amnesia

Focusing on a disadvantage of digital data, Digital Amnesia ponders a sustainability of complicated artifacts that have no element state. Notable archivists share their perspectives on a Digital Age and either it poses good pledge or hazard to a longevity of digital information and a common memory.

Of a many quirky and gentle characters interviewed via a film, one of a many important is Brewster Kahle, a ardent and energized owner of Internet Archive, whose goal is to safety a Internet itself. Kahle explains his organization’s purpose, highlighting a Wayback Machine website where users can entrance snapshots of pages prolonged defunct.

Though a Archive exists essentially in a digital realm, Kahle guides us by a Archive’s earthy headquarters, cautioning viewers that but a sign of a past we’re unfailing to live in “an Orwellian state of a consistent present.” Kahle’s agreeable clarity of tenderness is generally clear when he reveals a room populated by titular statues built to resemble his long-term employees and pioneers of a Internet.

Dr. Ismail Serageldin, executive of a Library of Alexandria, bares a identical nauseating side during his travels to Amsterdam, where he intends to rescue a immeasurable collection of books on a verge of destruction. As he sits in a room lined with strikingly empty shelves, he proclaims books should be reputable and reputable as “living pieces of memories.”

Alexander Rose, executive of The Long Now, explains that a ephemeral inlet of digital data total with a rapid-pace obsolescence of recording record pledge a detriment of element unmatched by prior methods of preservation. He after introduces a judgment of a 10,000-year clock, a plan run by The Long Now, as a pitch of “long-term thinking.” Designed to contrariety a lighting gait of a complicated courtesy span, a gargantuan automatic time is set to parasite once a year for 10 thousand years.

A courteous film with a cautionary angle, Digital Amnesia grants viewers discernment into a purpose of a archivist in perpetuating information opposite time, profiling only some of a people operative to safeguard stream generations leave their symbol in history, and that destiny generations might advantage from a lessons learned.

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H.R.4994

On September 30, 2014, in Library Of Congress-Thomas, by admin



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H.R.4994

Latest Title: IMPACT Act of 2014

Sponsor: Rep Camp, Dave [MI-4]
(introduced 6/26/2014)
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S.2553

Latest Major Action: 9/26/2014
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Canadian Cannabis

On September 30, 2014, in Free Documentries, by admin

Canadian Cannabis

Vice’s episodic documentary Canadian Cannabis examines a impact of a recently updated medical pot law on Canadians pang from a accumulation of ailments. Reporter Damian Abraham, himself a user of medicinal marijuana, explores a subject by visiting grow operations and dispensaries. In further to furloughed these comforts he enjoys infrequent though didactic chats with veteran cultivators, authorised experts, and patients.

The Canadian medical pot legislation, initial enacted about fifteen years ago, authorised users to possibly grow their possess weed, squeeze it from an eccentric protected provider (LP), or squeeze it by an LP engaged by Health Canada. Changes introduced in April, 2014 hindered sales by eccentric LPs, in spin enabling a augmenting corporatization of Canada’s medical pot industry.

In a initial installment Abraham delights in furloughed dual Ontario-based prolongation facilities, where palatable immature plants stock primitive and atmospheric grow rooms. While both a peculiarity and quantities of a crops being constructed are jaw-droppingly impressive, a extinction to many patients as a outcome of a new law becomes clear via a series. Through conversations with counsel John Conroy and romantic Jodie Emery it is convincingly argued that a industrialization of medicinal marijuana creates undue problems for patients who were once safely medicating underneath a prior legislation.

In Episode 2 Abraham checks out Jim’s Weeds, a hospital in Vancouver, where he enjoys a booty of a authorised weed loll while training some-more about a use of medicinal pot by comparison adults and children. Specializing in succulent and smoke-free forms of expenditure such as drinks and baked goods, Jim’s aims to yield products that are protected for patients during all stages of life.

The final part many directly illustrates a ways in that patients have suffered as a outcome of a new medical pot program. Abraham speaks to a male vital with mixed sclerosis, another with HIV, and a integrate whose immature baby relies on cannabinoid remove to conduct a seizure disorder. Together their stories benefaction a constrained box for a advantages of medical pot and a significance of safe, authorised entrance to it. A captivating, humorous, and ominous series, Canadian Cannabis successfully humanizes a emanate of medical marijuana.

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Shots of Awe

On September 28, 2014, in Free Documentries, by admin

Shots of Awe

Jason Silva hosts Shots of Awe, a brief documentary array constructed and distributed by TestTube (a Discovery Digital Network) that summates some of mankind’s many daunting systematic pursuits into fun and sparkling videos that a layman can understand.

Silva aims to enthuse and excite those not capable in a theme by a passion he clearly has for a theme matter he’s presenting, and each singular part of Shots leaves we feeling desirous and carefree about what tellurian beings can and will accomplish in a years to come. Hera are some of a some-more beguiling and didactic episodes, and a small about what they hold on:

Exploring Space: Cosmic Revolutionaries: What uses will we put a vast transport pursuits to? What are some of a advantages and advances that will organically rise as space transport becomes routine?

Technium: Attempts to put to rest a idea that record is unnatural, and poses a evidence that anything birthed out of humankind is birthed out of inlet since humankind is birthed from nature.

Engineering Our Own Divinity: The buildings and spaces we build emanate a feedback loop that informs a lives we live, so we directly control a universe and life we experience.

Digital Shamans: A synopsis of books created by shining people whose texts are geared towards meditative over a boundary of a existence many trust we live in.

Psychedelic Technology: The really initial thoughts an contriver has that lead to a invention of a formerly self-existent record are in fact hallucinations – thoughts that are not firm by a benefaction reality.

Existential Bummer: Our many impassioned emotions of complacency and adore are mostly kaleidoscopic with a spirit of sadness, and Silva theorizes that it is since we have an bargain of a passing inlet of all vital things – that we and each vital thing we adore will die.

Artificial Intelligence: Fears that appurtenance will exterminate us, a creator, are unfounded. Artificial comprehension is only an prolongation of comprehension over a end of physicality, it is us.

We’re On a Right Track: Despite doom and dejection theories about a catastrophic state of benefaction day society, tough information indicates that amiability is successful as severely as it ever has – a contingency a male will die during a hands of another man, on a tellurian scale, are a lowest they have ever been in history, for example.

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Our Generation

On September 26, 2014, in Free Documentries, by admin

Our Generation

Our Generation is feature-length documentary that explores a difficult attribute between a world’s oldest vital culture, a Australian Indigenous (Aboriginal) people, and a world’s newest, a colonization of Western peoples in a same country. For over 60,000 years, some-more than 400 aboriginal communities have thrived on a continent. In a late 18th century, Western civilization began colonizing their land and several forms of hardship destined towards a inland people have been indifferent in their expansion ever since.

Much a same approach a United States has attempted to push a Native Americans into lands (i.e. “reservations”) a supervision sees fit, Australian officials that simulate tiny to no inaugurated illustration of a inland people themselves have in hint herded Aboriginals into tiny sectors of a continent that are of march difficult places to live for a operation of reasons. In new years, efforts to take even those lands for a functions of excavating minerals and other resources have been put into suit underneath a guise that a Aboriginal people will be improved served to be limited to even smaller plots of land that are some-more urbanized – a approach of life that is wholly paradoxical to a winding one they have lived for tens of thousands of years.

The forms of simple tellurian rights Aboriginals are denied are many, though one of a many vivid contribution overwhelmed on in a film is a miss of a grave agreement of any kind between a inland people and a Western supervision that has evenly seized their land for centuries now. It is a usually such large-scale box in a universe today.

The story is told by interviews with a series of internal people in a village of Yolngu in Northeast Arnhem Land, that is one of a few remaining lands where traditional Aboriginal culture can be found in Australia, many distinguished inland leaders via a country, as good as achieved historians and tellurian rights activists that understanding in a issue. First-time filmmakers Sinem Saban and Damien Curtis paint a obvious design of a damage of rights a Aboriginal people are being theme to in a film, as evidenced by a preference as Best Campaign Film during a London International Documentary Festival in 2011.

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H.R.5404

On September 24, 2014, in Library Of Congress-Thomas, by admin



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H.R.5404

Latest Title: Department of Veterans Affairs Expiring Authorities Act of 2014

Sponsor: Rep Denham, Jeff [CA-10]
(introduced 9/8/2014)
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Latest Major Action: 9/23/2014
Presented to President.


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H.R.5062

On September 24, 2014, in Library Of Congress-Thomas, by admin



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H.R.5062

Latest Title: Examination and Supervisory Privilege Parity Act of 2014

Sponsor: Rep Perlmutter, Ed [CO-7]
(introduced 7/10/2014)
     Cosponsors (8)

Latest Major Action: 9/23/2014
Presented to President.


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H.R.3716

On September 24, 2014, in Library Of Congress-Thomas, by admin



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H.R.3716

Latest Title: Pyramid Lake Paiute Tribe – Fish Springs Ranch Settlement Act

Sponsor: Rep Amodei, Mark E. [NV-2]
(introduced 12/12/2013)
     Cosponsors (1)

Related Bills:
S.1818

Latest Major Action: 9/23/2014
Presented to President.

House Reports:
113-532


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H.R.3043

On September 24, 2014, in Library Of Congress-Thomas, by admin



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H.R.3043

Latest Title: Tribal General Welfare Exclusion Act of 2014

Sponsor: Rep Nunes, Devin [CA-22]
(introduced 8/2/2013)
     Cosponsors (61)

Related Bills:
S.1507

Latest Major Action: 9/23/2014
Presented to President.


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H.R.2600

On September 24, 2014, in Library Of Congress-Thomas, by admin



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H.R.2600

Latest Title: To rectify a Interstate Land Sales Full Disclosure Act to explain how a Act relates to condominiums.

Sponsor: Rep Maloney, Carolyn B. [NY-12]
(introduced 6/28/2013)
     Cosponsors (3)

Related Bills:
S.2101

Latest Major Action: 9/23/2014
Presented to President.


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