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THE ABOLITION OF WORK

THE ABOLITION OF WORK
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Solve Rubik's Cube 3x3 - Stage 1 Home > 3x3_guide Solving Guide This is the 2x2 version of Erno Rubik’s original Rubik’s cube. This cube is sometimes called the Pocket Cube or the Mini Cube. You might think only having 4 faces on each size makes it easy, but it’s still a challenge. Here are some videos and guides that will help you figure it out. Watch step-by-step guide on how to solve Rubik’s 2x2 cube. Paulo Tavares: Common Rights « MARA-STREAM.ORG “Global history enters nature; global nature enters history: this is something utterly new in philosophy” – Michel Serres Humans as Nature: geological forces In an article published in Nature in 2002, Nobel winner chemist Paul J. In 1990, with the publication of The Natural Contract, Michel Serres was already anticipating the consequences of this new socio-geological order we have created. Nature as Human: legal rights Michel Serres philosophical speculations gained a real dimension in 2008, when Ecuador adopted a new constitution in which nature is granted inalienable rights[4]. But the answer given to this political-legal flaw identified by the philosopher at the core of human rights legislation through the Rights of Nature destabilizes the current common sense. Paulo Tavares, Dec. 2010 | first published in italian here: [1] Paul Cruzen and Eugene F. Comments are closed.

How to Drop Out August 2012 Update When I wrote the original essay, my lifestyle happened to be close to the popular myth of dropping out, which was lucky because it attracted more readers, but unlucky because that myth is unrealistic and distracting. I still get emails from people who are excited to ask how I live in a cabin in the woods, or live with no money, things I never claimed to do. My goal may have been to separate myself from society, but only because that seemed like the best way to serve my deeper goal: giant blocks of time when there's nothing I'm supposed to be doing. Now I'm moving toward that goal as more of an insider. For more about how I live now, check out my Frugal Early Retirement FAQ. October 2008 Update "How To Drop Out" has been my most popular piece of writing for more than four years. 1. Seriously, it's good to live differently, to take uncommon paths, to minimize your dependence on a society gone astray. 2. 3. Now, that doesn't mean you should accept all gifts. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Introduction to Carbon - Carbon Catalog Carbon credits (or carbon offsets) neutralize a company's or individual's contribution to global warming . The carbon emissions are balanced out by funding projects which cause an equal reduction in emissions elsewhere. Global Warming and Greenhouse Gases Global warming refers to the recent increase in the Earth's temperature. It is generally agreed that global warming is caused by greenhouse gases emitted by humans into the Earth's atmosphere. The ideal solution would be an immediate and drastic drop in global carbon emissions. Enter Carbon Credits Carbon credits (or carbon offsets) offer an interim solution for companies and individuals. Carbon Catalog lists many different types of carbon project. After carbon dioxide, the second most important greenhouse gas is methane. Criticisms and Controversies Questions have been raised over carbon crediting. Other criticisms have been aimed at certain types of project, in particular at reforestation.

85% of natural products to be banned – please act now Even if you do not live in South Africa, if you can spare 30 seconds to sign this petition, you will be helping the public and practitioners in South Africa to stop these regulations which ban, among many natural medicines, all digestive enzymes, many amino acids including 5-HTP and even more herbs and natural medicines. Additionally, the new legislation hugely restricts levels of several key vitamins and minerals. For example, it outlaws chromium above 50mcg, B12 above 100mcg, and vitamin C above a daily dose of 1,000mg. The reason it is important to lend your support by signing the petition is that we need to tell Health Ministers that we will not tolerate such totally unnecessary restrictions on Complementary and Alternative medicines, which are both safe and actually reduce the burden of disease on the health service. If other countries are allowed to move forward with restrictive legislation it sets a precedent for the UK.

14 Ways to Acquire Knowledge: A Timeless Guide from 1936 Consider the knowledge you already have — the things you really know you can do. They are the things you have done over and over; practiced them so often that they became second nature. Every normal person knows how to walk and talk. Most of us quit on the first or second attempt. Any normal child, at about the age of three or four, reaches the asking period, the time when that quickly developing brain is most eager for knowledge. Those first bitter refusals to our honest questions of childhood all too often squelch our “Asking faculty.” Every person possessing knowledge is more than willing to communicate what he knows to any serious, sincere person who asks. Ask! You never learn much until you really want to learn. Desire is the foundation of all learning and you can only climb up the ladder of knowledge by desiring to learn. If you don’t desire to learn you’re either a num-skull [sic] or a “know-it-all.” You may be surprised to hear that you already know a great deal! Write!

Ecstacy Changes Everything The present moment is really an opening, so it has no duration–you are in the now when time ceases to exist. Perhaps the best way to gain such an experience is to realize that the word present is linked to the word presence. When the present moment becomes filled with a presence that is all-absorbing, completely at peace, and totally satisfying, you are in the now. Presence isn’t an experience. Presence is felt whenever awareness is open enough. The situation at hand doesn’t have to bear any responsibility. Ecstasy changes everything. In the mind’s scrapbook, you can insert a picture of perfect bliss, and that becomes like the first taste of ice cream, an unattainable goal you keep running after, only to find that ecstasy remains out of reach. The secret of ecstasy is that you have to throw it away once you’ve found it. Adapted from The Book of Secrets, by Deepak Chopra (Harmony Books, 2004).

taz1 CHAOS: THE BROADSHEETS OF ONTOLOGICAL ANARCHISM was first published in 1985 by Grim Reaper Press of Weehawken, New Jersey; a later re-issue was published in Providence, Rhode Island, and this edition was pirated in Boulder, Colorado. Another edition was released by Verlag Golem of Providence in 1990, and pirated in Santa Cruz, California, by We Press. "The Temporary Autonomous Zone" was performed at the Jack Kerouac School of Disembodied Poetics in Boulder, and on WBAI-FM in New York City, in 1990. Thanx to the following publications, current and defunct, in which some of these pieces appeared (no doubt I've lost or forgotten many--sorry!) Also, thanx to the following individuals: Jim Fleming; James Koehnline; Sue Ann Harkey; Sharon Gannon; Dave Mandl; Bob Black; Robert Anton Wilson; William Burroughs; "P.M (Dedicated to Ustad Mahmud Ali Abd al-Khabir) Chaos CHAOS NEVER DIED. Everything in nature is perfectly real including consciousness, there's absolutely nothing to worry about. Amour Fou

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