Soft sound textures lead the listener into the infinite halls of a Universe where frequencies echo and pulsate. And then we’re suddenly aboard the singer’s vehicle of expression, soaring to uplifting heights. When things are dark, remember that you can always shine. Yes, shine my brothers and sisters!
Finally, somebody was able to explain why certain beliefs or theories manage to propagate through society with amazing success. Here’s an excellent short essay called “Crony Beliefs”.
Using a clever analogy that compares beliefs in the brain with employees at a company, the author explains how utter falsehoods are able to infiltrate the collective intellect. The essay goes through several solutions that seem reasonable, explaining why they are not sufficient. But worry not, a solid – although difficult – solution is proposed as well. Read the essay and get ready for the intellectual struggle of elevating our society’s resistance to lies and toxic reasoning.
Mixing multiple musical styles is not an easy feat. This melody is filled to the brim with Australian folk beauty and aboriginal sounds. It’s so diverse it can end up being divisive. Regardless of taste, this song deserves a listen even if to simply marvel at the mish-mash of a sound palette used here.
I’ve always been amazed by the bottled water industry – and not in a good way. The wonderful article I’ve shared in this post sums up pretty much everything I ever wanted to know or say about bottled water. Very well written, documented and presented.
For me, it would be hard to maintain objectivity when it comes to this topic, but the author managed to pull it off quite well, kudos for that. There are very few things that can highlight the abuse of consumers as well as bottled water.