JoeRogan (with 'Ancient Aliens' Tsoukalos) talk Prometheus and Alien overlords



Positivism

Positivism is a philosophy of science based on the view that in the social as well as natural sciences, data derived from sensory experience, and logical and mathematical treatments of such data, are together the exclusive source of all authentic knowledge. Obtaining and verifying data that can be received from the senses is known as empirical evidence.[1] This view holds that society operates according to laws like the physical world[citation needed]. Introspective and intuitional attempts to gain knowledge are rejected. Though the positivist approach has been a recurrent theme in the history of Western thought,[2] the concept was developed in the modern sense in the early 19th century by the philosopher and founding sociologist, Auguste Comte.[3] Comte argued that society operates according to its own laws, much as the physical world operates according to gravity and other laws of nature.[4]

Joe Rogan on happiness and a positive mind state



"the key to all this sh*t is balance"

Terence Mckenna Mysterium Tremendum


there are some superb different trialogues out there by terence mckenna, have a looksy & enjoy!

R.A.W. on Time-Binding and Internet Freedom

def p onderhonden-voet aan de grond

Def P & Beatbusters - In Deze Wereld

Synchromysticism²

my neighbour who once scratched my car while parking in the past, now scratched my moms car for a total of 1K damage , its all covered by the insurance so (weeee), the funny synchromysticism thing in it is: the replacement car has a 311 number in ze licenseplate. (owee)

Me first and the gimme gimmes - End of the road

( I heard cypress hill supportin sublime & (pepper) in their interview of the rw12 on some channel. keep it up, we will catch you the next time)

It's All Too Much / All Together Now

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Mr. Finley - "Blowin' That Indo"

(i got me a nice 1916 posts allready, syncz all around the hizzy)

Korn - Shoots and Ladders


Sublime - 40 Oz To Freedom


 Sublime - 40 Oz To Freedom

Viva España!

The Spanish flag has a central yellow stripe that is twice as wide as tall as each red band beside it. The coat of arms of Spain is on the yellow band, towards the flagpole side. The Spanish coat of arms consists of two crown-topped pillars of Hercules with red banners wrapped round them displaying the Latin words, "PLUS ULTRA," meaning "More Beyond," referring to Columbus' discovery of the New World. The two columns are on either side of a shield of 4 quarters - a castle, a lion with a crown, red and yellow vertical stripes, chain mail, with three fleurs-de-lis in an oval in the center. A red and golden crown sits on top of the shield. The columns are the Pillars of Hercules, which represent Gibraltar and Ceuta on either side of the Strait of Gibraltar. Legend says that the colours of the Spanish flag come from the bullfight arena - with the red representing the blood and the yellow the sand of the arena. The colours of the flag of Spain were more likely to have been chosen as they were the colours of King Ferdinand´s coat of arms.

Serj Tankian - Cornucopia


Skylon (spacecraft)


Skylon is a design for an unpiloted spaceplane by the British company Reaction Engines Limited (REL). It uses a combined-cycle, air-breathing rocket engine to reach orbit in a single stage. A fleet of vehicles is envisaged; the design is aiming for re-usability up to 200 times. In paper studies, the costs per kilogram of payload are hoped to be lowered from the current £15,000/kg to £650/kg (as of 2011),[3] including the costs of research and development (R&D), with costs expected to fall much more over time after the initial expenditures have amortised.[2] The cost of the programme has been estimated by the developer to be about $12 billion.

The vehicle design is for a hydrogen-powered aircraft that would take off from a conventional runway, and accelerate to Mach 5.4 at 26 kilometres (16 mi) altitude using atmospheric air before switching the engines to use the internal liquid oxygen (LOX) supply to take it to orbit.[4] It would then release its payload, which can weigh up to 15 tonnes, and re-enter the atmosphere. The payload would be carried in a standardised payload container or passenger compartment.

During re-entry the relatively light vehicle would fly back through the atmosphere and land back at the runway, with its skin protected by a ceramic composite. It would then undergo inspection and any necessary maintenance and, if the design goal is achieved, be able to fly again within two days. As of 2010, only a small portion of the funding required to develop and build Skylon has been secured. The research and development work on the SABRE engine design is proceeding under a small European Space Agency (ESA) grant. In January 2011, REL submitted a proposal to the British Government to request additional funding for the Skylon project. In April 2011, REL announced that they had secured $350 million of further funding contingent on a test of the engine's precooler technology being successful. Testing began in June 2011, and was expected to continue to the end of that year.[5] However, testing was delayed until April 2012 [6]

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