1. Closing Time (2)


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    Una canción del disco "The Future" de Leonard Cohen - hablaba en 1992 del futuro, o sea, del presente.

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    • Obsession, 1987-2013


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      Question on Yahoo Answers from 2009 Where does life come from? I know the theory of evolution explains how life as we know it has developed. But how did life itself get started on the planet?? Again I understand that there is no hard and fast answer to this but does anyone have any theories?? I wass thinking, could it be from an extra terrestrial source? for example, what if an asteroid crashed into earth millions of years ago that had a single cell alien ameoba on it, or something similar? Could it then be possible to assume that that asteroid didnt hit our planet by chance but was directed here? Could it then be done again? if the human race continues to ruin our planet could we put some human dna onto a load of asteroids and fire them out in all directions with the hope that one of them will find a planet that can bear life? therefore saving the human race from extinction Best Answer - Chosen by Asker First of all, whatever your received answer, it's going to be a hypothesis before an evidence comes out to support it. we need to first define life, what is life ? the common thing between life and non-life is that both share the same essence (Matter) the difference is that the life is animated and the other is not.therefor life is animated and the other is not. in Natural Science , Abiogenesis is the study that Amino acids, often called "the building blocks of life", can form via natural chemical reactions unrelated to life, as demonstrated in the experiments, which involved simulating the conditions of the early Earth. An alternative to Earthly abiogenesis is the hypothesis that primitive life may have originally formed extraterrestrially, either in space or on a nearby planet Organic compounds are relatively common in space, especially in the outer solar system where volatiles are not evaporated by solar heating. Comets are encrusted by outer layers of dark material, thought to be a tar-like substance composed of complex organic material formed from simple carbon compounds after reactions initiated mostly by irradiation by ultraviolet light. It is supposed that a rain of material from comets could have brought significant quantities of such complex organic molecules to Earth. Just my 2 cents

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        from tyler magyar Added 295 3 0

        It seems as though much of my work can be rooted to a line I came up with standing on the Széchenyi Chain Bridge in Budapest one night: "Imagine we are old now, with no need to wonder." Uncertainty about the future bears great influence on my sense of self and creative work, something I hope to harness in a productive, positive manner. The truth is, I used to think I was obsessed with death. In actuality, I'm obsessed with life. Death is just an inescapable part of the whole thing, I suppose. That being said, I want to keep positive. It's easy to become distracted from what's most important in as busy a world as ours. My hope is to send out a little reminder here and there, something sincere and with substance that shouts out "god damn, it feels good to be alive." Because, well, it is. A MODERN SENTIMENT tylermagyar.com ----- The song featured here is called "Outro" and it's by a fantastic group from Clermont-Ferrand, France called The Delano Orchestra. Check out their stuff here: http://thedelanoorchestra.bandcamp.com/. They also have a new album coming out soon. For those curious, the footage was shot: on a ferry from France to England, on a rooftop in Bushwick, and in my old kitchen in Bed-Stuy.

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        • Trailer for "The Future" by Al Gore


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          Trailer for "The Future" - A book by Al Gore, available on Random House. Directed by Andy Robertson Produced by Peter M. Green

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          • Futurist John L. Petersen on VeritasRadio.com | A Vision for the Future: Planning for Extraordinary Change | Segment 1 of 2


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            This is Segment 1 of 2. Segment 1 is being provided as a courtesy of VERITAS Radio. To listen to Segment 2 of this exclusive interview, subscribe at http://www.veritasradio.com to watch the rest. Veritas is censorship- and commercial-free and survives on your voluntary subscriptions. Thank you for supporting our work. ~Mel Fabregas S y n o p s i s Many believe that the world is entering a time of monumental historic change that will accelerate in the next five years. Our leaders need to be prepared to address life-altering events such as a rapid climate change, a severe restriction of the oil supply, a tipping point in the global financial system, disease, population explosion. The future of the world depends on the choices we all make. Through his futurist think tank, John L. Petersen connects dots and describes the future. B i o Futurist, Strategist, and Large-Scale Change Agent John L. Petersen is considered by many to be one of the most informed futurists in the world. He is best-known for writing and thinking about high impact surprises—wild cards—and the process of surprise anticipation. He edits and publishes an internationally acclaimed e-newsletter, FUTUREdition, which highlights weak signals and early indicators of significant futures. John conceived of, designed and developed the world's first national surprise anticipation center for the country of Singapore. In 1989 Petersen founded The Arlington Institute (TAI), a non-profit, future-oriented research institute. TAI operates on the premise that effective thinking about the future is impossible without casting a very wide net. The "think tank" serves as a global agent for change by developing new concepts, processes and tools for anticipating the future and translating that knowledge into better present-day decisions. An award-winning writer, Petersen's first book, The Road to 2015: Profiles of the Future was awarded Outstanding Academic Book of 1995 by CHOICE Academic Review, and remained on The World Future Society's best-seller list for more than a year. His second book, Out of the Blue: How to Anticipate Wild Cards and Big Future Surprises, was also a WFS best-seller. His coauthored article, "The Year 2000: Social Chaos or Social Transformation?" was published in six different publication and was one of the most highly acclaimed writings on Y2K. His 1988 book-length report "The Diffusion of Power: An Era of Realignment" was used at the highest levels of American government as a basis for strategic planning. He has written papers on the future of national security and the military, the future of energy and the future of the media. John's third book, A Vision for 2012: Planning for Extraordinary Change, presents a template for individuals and organizations for dealing with highly uncertain futures.

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            • 2013 OZONE C4 - Joel Savage


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              First days with the new kites. love em Raglan and Whangapoa New Zealand Music by Hudson Mohawke - Twistclip Loop flyozone.com/kitesurf/en www.tonaboards.com www.raglankitesurfing.com

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              • Type of Addiction, interactive ipad magazine


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                Type of Addiction is a digital magazine describing the legacy of Robert Brownjohn

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                • "Let’s Celebrate Salvation” 12/30/12 - LifeSprings Church


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                  "Let’s Celebrate Salvation” was originally delivered during the Sunday morning service on December 30, 2012 by Senior Pastor David Joiner at LifeSprings Church in Liberty Hill, Tx. Episode also features apostolic words from Prophetess Lola Perkins & Bishop Ron Rhea. This episode's debut broadcast will be on Channel Austin Time Warner Cable Ch. 11 on Sunday, January 27th 3-4pm. (Ch. 11 also streams live on the web at community.channelaustin.org/watch/streaming11 .) Produced, directed, & edited by Derek Lee. Graphics by Doretha Phillips.

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                  • In Transit [SLC]


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                    • In Transit [LA]


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