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More evidence that most of the pollution comes from second and third world countries, or in the case of Japan due to a natural disaster, and least of the pollution comes from industrialized countries, countries with high waste management and recycling standards.
From Timothy D. Terrell's lecture "Environmental and Resource Economics" held at the 2019 Mises University. https://www.bitchute.com/video/3Cs3HhiQAgM/

Fan edit of material from season 1 episode 1 "Traces to Nowhere" and season 3 episode 14 "We are like the dreamer."

Almost cheerful in reverse. Original by Angelo Badalamenti.

Well, except for BOB apparently.

Set to the ending of Ennio Morricone's Can can delle Filly.

Die Links zu den Blogs:
1. EIKE https://www.eike-klima-energie.eu/
2. Wo bleibt die globale Erwärmung? https://wobleibtdieglobaleerwaermung.wordpress.com/
3. Kalte Sonne http://diekaltesonne.de/
4. The Deplorable Climate Science Blog https://realclimatescience.com/
5. JunkScience.com https://junkscience.com/

With many thanks:
Healing by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/)
Source: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1200048
Artist: http://incompetech.com/

Another one from my Kubrick 2001 obsession. The whole thing goes where it goes. I don't know. Look for yourself. I just find it amazing how a simple random, but symmetrical orientation of objects - in this case empty whiskey bottles - has triggered the association with the diamond shaped alien objects in 2001's star gate sequence. It's like 2001 haunts my mind. But not without humor.

From the episode "One Down, Two to Go."

Two versions in one. The first version shows how they made it look like Jake hits his head. The second version is experimental. Please excuse the terrible sound. And yes, that is me, but it's only a persona you see. Ugh, who am I kidding, this is very truly who I really am.

Gorilla Interrupted is a fascinating movie, I like it very much, it is probably my favorite RLM production. There's much to discover, when you're able to overlook its below-zero production value and according look. It's a time capsule which contains youthfulness and extraordinary talent. The documentary How Not to Make a Movie makes it clear that those involved with the making of that movie associate mostly pain and suffering with it. And that's a shame, because as I've said, Gorilla has a lot to offer, there's much to discover. Thank you, Red Letter Media and Garrett Gilchrist and all others.

https://redlettermedia.vhx.tv/products/gorilla-interrupted-how-not-to-make-a-movie-1

Fotos, die ich 2010 und 2018 geschossen habe, mit einem schmissigen Stück Musik unterlegt. Die Fotos habe ich weniger mit Blick auf eine Geschichte, die das gesamte Video erzählen könnte, zusammengestellt, sondern vor allem mit Blick auf den räumlichen Zusammenhang und Abwechslung, so dass ihr nicht nur Wald am laufenden Bande sehen müsst. Was auf den Fotos zu sehen ist, findet man in Ober-Roden. Urberach, Waldacker und Messenhausen werden folgen. Irgendwann. ;-)

Musik im Video heißt "Powerup" von Jeremy Blake: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UChnxLLvzviaR5NeKOevB8iQ

Von 2012, nur Graffiti an der Triftbrücke, in der Unterführung im Breidert, und an der Hauswand der 108. Das meiste davon ist ja inzwischen übermalt worden, aber die Graffiti-Maler sind da ja unbeirrt und kommen immer wieder. Wenn die wenigstens künstlerisch mehr drauf hätten. (Wobei ja die sogenannte Spalt-Tablette auch en ziemlich hässliches...Dingsda ist. Jedenfalls ist hier in Rödermark eine Szene aktiv, die kaum beachtet wird. Ganz so als gäbe es sie nicht, und als gäbe es nicht auch Probleme. Naja, ich schaue mal, ob ich nicht noch das eine oder andere Video zu dem Thema gestalte. Habe ja bereits schon einige Fotos geschossen. Muß nur noch mal wieder die Videokamera zücken.

Diesmal runtergetrimmt auf solide zweieinhalb Minuten, mit Effekten und mit Musik bestückt.
Original von 2012: https://youtu.be/tg2PcKhmwmY
Musik von ELPHNT: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCjEK32QlJe0Dy4nXxelXrww
Editier-Software: CyberLink PowerDirector 17

Charles Sunkyst holds a speech against fruitism and violence. Reminds me of a Kirk speech... or a Picard speech, promoting a more enlightened future, with RLM's own spin on it.

From Red Letter Media's "Oranges: Revenge of the Eggplant" (78 mins, 2005).
redlettermedia.com/oranges-revenge-of-the-eggplant-2004/
Transcript of the movie: https://rlmmovietranscripts.wordpress.com/2018/01/21/oranges-revenge-of-the-eggplant-transcript-78-mins-2005

Dr. Miranda Jones understands the meaning of the Vulcan IDIC, which Spock is wearing as a pendant to honour her telepathic abilities and achievements.

From the episode "Is There in Truth No Beauty?"
http://www.chakoteya.net/StarTrek/62.htm

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