Music: Louis Armstrong - Potato Head Blues - Don't Jive Me - S.O.L. Blues - Links to his music

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Louis Armstrong - Potato Head Blues - Crazy Jazz




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Louis Armstrong and his Hot Seven - Don't Jive Me (1928)




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Louis Armstrong and his Hot Seven - S.O.L. Blues (1927)


Armstrong - Big Mama Thornton



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Painter: Salvador Dali - In historical order - En el orden histórico - 1950-55 - Part 4 - 17 images imagenes - Links

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Salvador Dali - Crucifixion, 1954


Salvador Dali - Gala Contemplating the Corpus Hypercubicus, 1954

Salvador Dali - Galatée, 1954


Salvador Dali - Head Bombarded with Grains of Wheat (Particle Head Over the Village of Cadaqués), 1954


Salvador Dali - Microphysical Madonna, 1954


Salvador Dali - Portrait of Gala with Rhinocerotic Symptoms, 1954


Salvador Dali - Portrait of Mrs. Ann Woodward, 1954


Salvador Dali - Portrait of Mrs. Reeves, 1954


Salvador Dali - Soft Watch at the Moment of First Explosion, 1954


Salvador Dali - Statue of Olympic Zeus, 1954


Salvador Dali - The Lighthouse at Alexandria, 1954.


Salvador Dali - The Lighthouse at Alexandria, 1954


Salvador Dali - The Maximum Speed of Raphael's Madonna, 1954


Salvador Dali - The Pyramids and the Sphynx of Gizeh, 1954


Salvador Dali - The Walls of Babylon, 1954



Painter: Salvador Dali - In historical order - En el orden histórico - 1950-55 - Part 4 - 17 images imagenes - Links



1914-20

1925-30

1930-35

1935-40

1940-45

1945-50

1950-55







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NASA: Colombia - Pasto - Galeras Vulcan - Sizing Up Galeras - 30.05.13

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Sizing Up Galeras
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Sizing Up Galeras
acquired October 14, 2002 download large image (2 MB, JPEG, 2130x1843)
When studying volcanoes, detecting even the slightest movements of the land surface can tell a lot about what is happening below. The ground rises and falls—expands and contracts—with the movement of magma in subterranean chambers. But detecting the amount and location of such subtle movements is difficult.
Remote sensing scientists at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory have a new tool to observe such ground deformation. The Uninhabited Aerial Vehicle Synthetic Aperture Radar (UAVSAR) sends pulses of L-band microwave energy from the sensor mounted on an aircraft to the ground. Those microwave signals bounce back to the sensor and get translated into a three-dimensional view of the surface, regardless of cloud- or tree cover.
UAVSAR captured the data for the top, false-color image on March 13, 2013, while flying on a NASA Gulfstream C-20A aircraft. The radar penetrated the tropical tree cover to detect the shape of the land surface around Galeras volcano and the city of Pasto, Colombia. UAVSAR uses microwaves instead of visible light to make images of the land surface at a spatial resolution of 6 meters (20 feet) per pixel.
For comparison, the second image shows roughly the same area in natural color on a rare cloud-free day in 2002, as observed by the Enhanced Thematic Mapper Plus (ETM+) on the Landsat 7 satellite. (The resolution of Landsat 7 is 30 meters per pixel.) Note how the UAVSAR image gives more sense of the three-dimensional structure and slope of the land.
By itself, a single UAVSAR image has some utility for studying soil moisture, vegetation cover, wetlands, and other landscape patterns, particularly in areas with a lot of cloud cover or dense forests. The real payoff for solid earth sciences comes from having two or more of these images, noted Naiara Pinto, UAVSAR science coordinator at JPL. “UAVSAR images can be used as part of a technique called InSAR—interferometric synthetic aperture radar—through which we can measure surface deformation to sub-centimeter accuracies.” By examining the interference patterns between multiple images, scientists can see the changes in Earth’s surface caused by volcanic deformation.
SAR instruments have been flown periodically on satellites and the space shuttle. “However, airborne studies allow us to measure crustal deformation with flexible time intervals and viewing geometry,” said Pinto. “You can learn more about the process and improve existing methodologies.”
Galeras was chosen for observation because of its proximity of the city of Pasto and because it has erupted several times over recent centuries, most recently in 2009–2010. The volcano has a breached caldera and an active cone that can produce explosive eruptions. “Galeras is a highly active volcano, and just one of many that we are targeting in order to establish baseline observations that will allow us to measure background levels of volcano activity and be in a position to respond in case of future large eruptions,” said Paul Lundren of JPL.
The research team will return to Galeras and to other locations in Central and South America in the spring of 2014. With that second round of measurements, Lundgren, Pinto, and others will be able to use interferometry to see if Galeras is changing.
  1. References

  2. NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory Uninhabited Aerial Vehicle Synthetic Aperture Radar. Accessed May 28, 2013.
  3. Jet Propulsion Laboratory (2013, April 3) NASA Flies Radar South on Wide-Ranging Expedition. Accessed May 28, 2013.
  4. Jet Propulsion Laboratory How Imaging Radar Works. Accessed May 28, 2013.
  5. Smithsonian Institution Global Volcanism Program: Galeras. Accessed May 28, 2013.
Radar image by NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory/California Institute of Technology. Landsat image created by Robert Simmon/NASA Earth Observatory, using Landsat data provided by the U.S. Geological Survey. Caption by Michael Carlowicz.
Instrument: 
Aircraft Sensors - UAVSAR




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Poesie - Poesia: Georges Schehadé - Il y a des églises dont les Saints... - Hay iglesias donde los Santos... - Si tu rencontres un ramier... - Si encuentras una paloma torcaz...

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Il y a des églises dont les Saints sont dehors...

Il y a des églises dont les Saints sont dehors
Par amour de la solitude
- Mon amour ne disons pas ça
Ils sont loins par obéissance
Ils ont l'oeil bleu des voyages
Comme ces bergers qui dorment en souriant

Dans un ciel monotone comme une chambre
La lune triste avec sa famille



Hay iglesias donde los Santos están afuera...

Hay iglesias donde los Santos están afuera
Porque aman la soledad--
Amor mío no digamos eso
Lejos están por obediencia
Tiene los ojos azules de los viajes
Como esos Pastores que se duermen sonriendo

En un cielo monótono como una alcoba
La luna triste con su familia


Versión de José Luis Rivas


Si tu rencontres un ramier...

Si tu rencontres un ramier
dans un bois si jeune par la vie de sa neige
Quand les yeux veulent dire nœuds du soir
Fais un repos de tout ce qui est à lui
L'âge de la forêt mon amour est un songe



Si encuentras una paloma torcaz...

Si encuentras una paloma torcaz
En un bosque muy joven por la vida de su nieve
Cuando los ojos quieren expresar nudos de la tarde
Hay un remanso con todo lo suyo
La edad del bosque amor mío es un sueño


Versión de José Luis Rivas

Georges Schehadé (1905-1989)





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Poesia: Luis de Gongora y Argote (1561-1627) - Por niñear... - Suspiros tristes... - Ya besando unas manos cristalinas... - Links

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Por niñear, un picarillo tierno...

Por niñear, un picarillo tierno,
hurón de faltriqueras, sutil caza,
a la cola de un perro ató por maza
con perdón de los clérigos un cuerno.

El triste perrinchón en el gobierno
de una tan gran carroza se embaraza;
grítale el pueblo, haciendo de la plaza
Si allá se alegran un alegre infierno.

Llegó en esto una viuda mesurada,
que entre los signos, ya que no en la gloria,
tiene a su esposo, y dijo: «Es gran bajeza

que un gozque arrastre así una ejecutoria
que ha obedecido tanta gente honrada,
y se la ha puesto sobre su cabeza.»




Suspiros tristes, lágrimas cansadas...

Suspiros tristes, lágrimas cansadas,
que lanza el corazón, los ojos llueven,
los troncos bañan y las ramas mueven
de estas plantas a Alcides consagradas;
mal del viento las fuerzas conjuradas
los suspiros desatan y remueven,
y los troncos las lágrimas se beben,
mal ellos y peor ellas derramadas.
Hasta en mi tierno rostro aquel tributo
que dan mis ojos, invisible mano
de sombra o de aire me le deja enjuto,
porque aquel ángel fieramente humano
no crea mi dolor, y así es mi fruto
llorar sin premio y suspirar en vano.




Ya besando unas manos cristalinas...

Ya besando unas manos cristalinas,
ya anudándome a un blanco y liso cuello,
ya esparciendo por él aquel cabello
que Amor sacó entre el oro de sus minas;
ya quebrando en aquellas perlas finas
palabras dulces mil sin merecello,
ya cogiendo de cada labio bello
purpúreas rosas sin temor de espinas,
estaba, oh claro Sol invidïoso,
cuando tu luz, hiriéndome los ojos,
mató mi gloria y acabó mi suerte.
Si el cielo ya no es menos poderoso,
porque no den los tuyos más enojos,
rayo, como a tu hijo, te den muerte.




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Music: King Crimson - Dinosaur - Elephant Talk - Lyrics

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KING CRIMSON





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KING CRIMSON - DINOSAUR

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ERNESTO MITCHELL / PAUL 'NEIL' MITCHELL / PAUL 'FATHER P' MITCHELL / MARK 'HIZE' COLLINDER

Long ago and far away in a different age
When I was a dumb young guy
Fossilized photos of my life then
Illustrate what an easy prey I must have been
Standing in the sun, idiot savant
Something like a monument
I'm a dinosaur, somebody is digging my bones

Ignorance has alway been something I excel in
Followed by naivete and pride
Doesn't take a scientist to see how
Any clever predator could have a piece of me
Standing in the sun, idiot savant
Something like a monument
I'm a dinosaur, somebody is digging my bones

When I look back on the past
It's a wonder I'm not yet extinct
All the mistakes and bad judgements I made
Nearly pushed me to the brink
It doesn't pay to be too nice
It's the one thing I have learned
Still, I made my fossil bed
Now I toss and turn

I'm a dinosaur, somebody is digging my bones

 



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KING CRIMSON - ELEPHANT TALK



Songwriters:
BELEW, ADRIAN / BRUFORD, WILLIAM SCOTT / FRIPP, ROBERT / LEVIN, ANTHONY CHARLES

Talk
It's only talk
Arguments
Agreements
Advice
Answers

Articulate announcements
It's only talk

Talk
It's only talk
Babble
Burble
Banter
Bicker bicker bicker
Brouhaha
Boulderdash
Ballyhoo
It's only talk
Back talk

Talk talk talk
It's only talk
Comments
Cliches
Commentary
Controversy
Chatter
Chit-chat
Chit-chat
Chit-chat

Conversation
Contradiction
Criticism
It's only talk
Cheap talk

Talk
Talk
It's only talk
Debates
Discussions
These are words with a D this time
Dialogue
Dualogue
Diatribe

Dissention
Declamation
Double talk
Double talk

Talk
Talk
It's all talk
Too much talk
Small talk
Talk that trash
Expressions
Editorials
Expugnations
Exclamations
Enfadulations
It's all talk
Elephant talk
Elephant talk
Elephant talk





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NASA: US - Alaska - A Scene of Ice and Fire: Pavlof Volcano - 29.05.13

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A Scene of Ice and Fire: Pavlof Volcano
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A towering ash plume, cascading debris, and steam explosions suggested that the eruption of Pavlof Volcano had intensified several days after it began. On May 16, 2013, the Alaska Volcano Observatory reported ash plumes reaching up to 12,000 feet (3,700 meters) above the volcano’s summit. The plumes were accompanied by lava fountains and a lava flow that descended the steep northern flank of the volcano.
This natural-color satellite image, collected by the Advanced Land Imager (ALI) on the Earth Observing-1 (EO-1) satellite, shows Pavlof on May 16, 2013. A brown ash plume blew from the summit towards the southeast, and gray ash from earlier explosions covered the snow on the volcano’s upper slopes. To the northeast, additional ash rose from an ongoing lava flow.
Explosive vaporization of snow by the hot lava and debris is likely converting a mild flow into a violent pyroclastic flow—an avalanche of extremely hot gas, ash, and volcanic rocks. Further to the northwest, rising steam and volcanic gases trace the path of the debris, a slushy mix of ash, rock fragments, ice, and water called a lahar. Additional debris from the flows left dark trails on Pavlof’s northern flank.
Located near the western end of the Alaska Peninsula, Pavlof isn’t a direct threat to any large cities or towns. However, ash from an eruption could disrupt air traffic from Asia to North America and Europe.
  1. References

  2. Alaska Volcano Observatory (2013, May 16) Daily Update. Accessed May 17, 2013.
  3. Eruptions Blog (2013, May 16) Lava Flows and Ash Plume as Eruption Continues at Pavlof. Accessed May 17, 2013.
  4. INGV Sezione di Catania (2013, February 19) Etna and Stromboli Update. Accessed May 17, 2013.
  5. McNutt, S. R., et al, (1991, February) Geological and seismological evidence of increased explosivity during the 1986 eruptions of Pavlof volcano, Alaska. Bulletin of Volcanology, 53 (2), 86-98.
NASA Earth Observatory image by Jesse Allen and Robert Simmon, using EO-1 ALI data from the NASA EO-1 team. Caption by Robert Simmon, with input from Erik Klemetti (Denison University) and Dave Mayer (Clark University).
Instrument: 
EO-1 - ALI


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