Does The Establishment Know Anarchy Is The Answer? | Under The Skin with Russell Brand


Russell Brand
Published on Oct 4, 2017

This week I’m joined by Carne Ross, a former high-flying diplomat and Middle East adviser who lost his faith in western democracy but put his trust in people power and is now putting forward the case for anarchism.

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Beyond Conspiracy – The Terrifying Truth Of Corporate Power


Russell Brand
Published on Nov 21, 2017

Under The Skin #36
Beyond Conspiracy – The Terrifying Truth Of Corporate Power

Having spent years investigating some of the wealthiest people on the planet, journalist and broadcaster Jacques Peretti joins me to discuss the secret billion dollar deals that we never hear about but which are changing our world and revolutionising everything we do.

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God Irritated Guests Do Not Understand It Time To Leave Heaven

August 24, 2018 (theonion.com)

THE HEAVENS—Growing increasingly annoyed at their clear ignorance of basic social cues, God, Our Heavenly Father, was reportedly irritated Thursday that His guests did not understand it was far past time for them to leave Heaven. “For fuck’s sake, I didn’t say they could stay forever—some of them have been here for centuries now,” said the frustrated Almighty, who had long since ceased any attempts to entertain the guests and had instead begun to loudly do household chores throughout Heaven’s blissful expanses, a hint that was completely lost on the millions of souls who remained casually reclined on their respective clouds or catching up with their deceased loved ones. “I’m always happy to let people crash for a few nights, but enough is enough. I have shit I need to get done. Plus, they’re eating me out of house and home. I’ve tried every trick in the book to get them to split. I even told them I was taking a trip outside the universe for a while, but they were still here when I got back. I turned off the harp music a long time ago—it’s like, come on, party’s over.” At press time, the fed-up Heavenly Father had finally worked up the courage to casually ask Mother Teresa about her plans for the rest of the day.

Full moon in Pisces: August 26

The full moon August 26, 2018, falls at 3º Pisces decan 1. The full moon August 2018 astrology shows an extremely complex blend of aspect patterns where the full moon forms the backbone of a kite (Inside a grand earth trine) The moon is also part of a yod to the North Node. Whenever there is so much going on at a full moon we know this will be an eventful and busy month for the collective. It is also a kind of mopping up moon from the seasons three eclipses and both the Mercury and Mars retrogrades (that go direct at August 19 and 28 respectively.) The effect of a full moon lasts for a month, so enough time get a grip on the fall out from this summer’s shenanigans.

The school holidays are coming to a close too. It’s the time of year for tying up loose ends in preparation for a the new semester. Boy, are there so many loose ends to tie up! The full moon falls between stars Sadalmelik the constellation of Aquarius and one of the most important stars in the sky Fomalhaut. Imagination is needed to somehow cobble together a collage of everything that has happened over the summer and make some sense of it all. “It’s complicated!” is an understatement..

Your Horoscopes — Week Of August 21, 2018 (theonion.com)

Leo | July 23 to Aug. 22

Crazy antics ensue when your new roommate turns out to be a polar bear, and you’re fresh out of chum.

Virgo | Aug. 23 to Sept. 22

At last, your career in the movies has come to fruition. Too bad you’ll be decapitated by a low-swinging boom mic.

Libra | Sept. 23 to Oct. 22

Your unhealthy obsession with Mr. Magoo has gone too far. It’s not a bad idea to blind yourself with a leather punch.

Scorpio | Oct. 23 to Nov. 21

Doctors will confirm this week that lined paper causes ear cancer. Write letters on papyrus.

Sagittarius | Nov. 22 to Dec. 21

Love life getting a tad dull? Why not soak your genitals in mild salsa?

Capricorn | Dec. 22 to Jan. 19

You will have a great day until your intestines are yanked out by zombies. Then it will just be okay.

Aquarius | Jan. 20 to Feb. 18

Assert your position firmly. Craft a space gun out of an old microwave oven to take out The Man.

Pisces | Feb. 19 to March 20

You’ll make a mint with your revolutionary sexual aid—a synthetic foreskin.

Aries | March 21 to April 19

Your memo concerning the Schinderman account has been posted in the lunchroom so that others may laugh at your poor spelling.

Taurus | April 20 to May 20

Get away from it all and build yourself a nice house in the country. That way you can continue skinning mules without waking the neighbors.

Gemini | May 21 to June 20

Your underpants do not accurately represent your age or gender. Shame on you.

Cancer | June 21 to July 22

Spend a few extra moments with the kids this week. Take them to the place where fun begins—your area tile store.

Bathtub Bulletin Episode 3


Bathtub Bulletin
Published on Aug 22, 2018

New blog posts on the Bathtub Bulletin [dot] com: Imaginary Interview with Jesus; “Why I went to Auschwitz” by NBA star Ray Allen; “Helen Keller: The Story of My Life”; Onion horoscope for LIbra and Cancer for the week of August 14; Mary Magdalene video; Hafiz poem; Ray Kurzweil quote; and Aretha Franklin’s “O, Mary, Don’t You Weep”

Making cancer as harmless as the common cold

By Michio Kaku (bigthink.com)

Theoretical Physicist, Author, and Science Educator
World-renowned theoretical physicist Michio Kaku thinks that one day a cancer diagnosis will be far less scary than it is today. He posits a world where something as universal as your toilet—via what he refers to as liquid biopsies—can tell you whether you’ve got cancer… and how long you have to do something about it. In a world of uncertainty, its a future that can’t come soon enough.

TRANSCRIPT

Michio Kaku: I think we’re entering the fourth wave of scientific innovation and wealth creation. The first era was steam power, when we physicists worked out the laws of thermodynamics we could calculate how much energy you get from a lump of coal to energize a locomotive or a steam engine or a factory. That was the first big breakthrough.

The second wave of innovation and wealth generation was electricity and magnetism. When we physicists worked out the laws of electromagnetism that gave us the light bulb, it gave us television, radio, it gave us the electric age.

The third revolution took place when we physicists worked out the transistor and the laser, opening up the world of high technology.

The fourth wave is at the molecular level, and that is artificial intelligence, nanotechnology and biotechnology.

In fact I think the synergy between biotechnology and artificial intelligence is going to revolutionize everything around us.

First of all the job market is going to explode in that area because baby boomers are aging, and baby boomers have disposable income; they want answers now to their problems not next year, and so there’s going to be plenty of money involved with people who want to find cures for horrible diseases like Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s.

At the present time we have no cure for these, but a tremendous amount of effort is now being redirected toward illnesses of old age. Also, take a look at cancer research. We’re going to have a magic bullet against cancer using nano medicine, that is, individual molecules in cells that can target individual cancer cells using nanotechnology.

And the next big thing is when your toilet becomes intelligence. In the future your toilet will be your first line of defense against cancer because your bodily fluids—blood and your bodily fluids contain signatures of cancer colonies of maybe a few hundred cancer cells in your body maybe years before a tumor forms.

Think about it for a moment. There are people watching this program right now, right now who have cancer growing in their body. Maybe a few hundred cancer cells in a colony, but they won’t know it for perhaps ten years, when you have ten billion cancer cells growing in your body forming a tumor. We will have what is called liquid biopsies, DNA chips that allow us to search for the signatures of cancer colonies of a hundred cells, cancer genes, cancer enzymes, cancer protein circulating in our blood and bodily fluids.

So in other words one day your toilet will tell you that “You have cancer. Do something. You have ten years to do it.”

So another words ladies and gentlemen what I’m trying to tell you is in the future the word tumor will “disappear” from the English language. We will have years of warning that there’s a colony of cancer cells growing in our body.

And our descendants will wonder, how could we fear cancer so much?

Cancer is going to become like the common cold, that is we live with the common cold, it doesn’t really kill anybody except maybe if you have pneumonia, but for the most part we tolerate the common cold because it’s too difficult to cure 300 different varieties of rhinoviruses. In the future we may see cancer the same way.

There are probably thousands of different varieties of cancer, we can’t cure every single one, but we’ll live with it, we’ll tolerate it, and we’ll eradicate it in the same way that we live with the common cold.

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