1. Ran Prieur on The Expansion of Empathy

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    A short clip from our interview with Ran Prieur, blogger at www.ranprieur.com, essayist, author of the novel "Apocalypsopolis" (2004) and the zines "Superweed" (1997-2003) and "Civilization Will Eat Itself" (2000-2001).

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    • BENU BA NANI EEE ? BETU BASUKU 4

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      À propos des Suku Les régions des peuples Suku se situent à la frontière entre la République Démocratique du Congo (ex Zaïre) et l'Angola Les Suku peu nombreux (80000 à 100000 individus) peuplent deux petites régions s'étend sur les plateaux dominant les vallées fluviales très encaissées qui caractérisent toute cette partie située entre le fleuve Congo et la rivière Kwilu. Si les langues des Yaka et des Suku sont différentes, ils ont une culture très proche car les populations sont vraiment en contact les unes des autres. Ils possèdent les mêmes institutions, la même typologie d'objets et partagent le même environnement. Historiquement ces deux peuples sont liés depuis le XVII ème siècle avec le souvenir vivace d'appartenance à une même terre d'origine. Ils se sont en effet déplacés depuis le pays Lunda et ont migré vers le Nord afin de fuir une soumission aux Lunda. Leur société est très structurée avec, pour la famille, une segmentation en lignage dont le chef exerce une réelle autorité (jusqu'au droit de vie et de mort). Leur organisation politique est aussi pyramidale du village au chef de plusieurs villages, au chef de région jusqu'au chef suprême (le Kyambko chez les Yaka et le Menikongo chez les Suku) auquel on doit tribut. De par la proximité de ces peuples et de leur culture, il sera intéressant d'examiner des statuettes de divination et plus encore les masques liés aux sociétés d'initiation (semblables dans leurs pratiques) : le Nkanda chez les Yaka et le Mukanda chez les Suku.

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      • Richard Heinberg on Economics and Growth

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        A short clip from our interview with Richard Heinberg, author of "The Party’s Over: Oil, War and the Fate of Industrial Societies" (2003), "Powerdown: Options and Actions for a Post-Carbon World" (2004), and "Peak Everything: Waking Up to the Century of Declines" (2007).

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        • Richard Heinberg on Peak Oil

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          A short clip from our interview with Richard Heinberg, author of "The Party’s Over: Oil, War and the Fate of Industrial Societies" (2003), "Powerdown: Options and Actions for a Post-Carbon World" (2004), and "Peak Everything: Waking Up to the Century of Declines" (2007).

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          • politismos.com.gr sto Aroma Elladas

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            • Bruce Boxleitner: Tron, Scarecrow, Babylon 5

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              Sponsored by StylinOnline - 200,000 pop culture t-shirts in-stock & in your size: http://StylinOnline.com. Actor Bruce Boxleitner made his name known in "How The West Was Won" then won the hearts of women across the country as a dashing agency operative in "Scarecrow & Mrs. King" before heading off into space as "John Sheridan" in "Babylon 5". Sci-fi would soon become the genre where he would build his "legacy" with the title role of "Tron". Appearing in countless guest roles on shows like "The Mary Tyler Moore Show", "Gunsmoke", and "Tales from the Crypt", as well as roles on "Heroes" and "Chuck", Bruce makes a big circle back to his role in "Tron: Legacy". KP speaks with the timeless actor at the Long Beach Comic Con about his amazing book of work, the success of "duo shows" in the 80's, and of course the behind-the-scenes stories of "Tron" mythology. To learn more about Bruce Boxleitner visit http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0000310/. Get every episode delivered as soon as its posted - free! Subscribe in iTunes! http://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/i-am-stylin-adventures-in/id390350756. Show suggestion, fan questions, special request? Email info@iamstylin.tv. Like us on Facebook.com/iamstylin. Distributed by Tubemogul.

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              • Richard Heinberg on The Perfect Storm

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                A short clip from our interview with Richard Heinberg, author of "The Party’s Over: Oil, War and the Fate of Industrial Societies" (2003), "Powerdown: Options and Actions for a Post-Carbon World" (2004), and "Peak Everything: Waking Up to the Century of Declines" (2007).

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                • Jerry Mander on Empire's Last Gasp

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                  A short clip from our interview with Jerry Mander, author of "Four Arguments for the Elimination of Television" (1977), "In the Absence of the Sacred: The Failure of Technology and the Survival of the Indian Nations" (1991), and "Paradigm Wars: Indigenous Peoples' Resistance to Globalization" (with Victoria Tauli-Corpuz 2006).

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                  • Ran Prieur on Craving Collapse

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                    A short clip from our interview with Ran Prieur, blogger at www.ranprieur.com, essayist, author of the novel "Apocalypsopolis" (2004) and the zines "Superweed" (1997-2003) and "Civilization Will Eat Itself" (2000-2001).

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                    • Derrick Jensen on Our Cultural Death Wish

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                      A short clip from our interview with Derrick Jensen, author of "A Language Older Than Words" (2000), "The Culture of Make Believe" (2002), "Endgame, Volumes 1 & 2" (2006), and "What We Leave Behind (with Aric McBay)" (2009).

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