Archive for February, 2012

SPACE on YouTube

Monday, February 6th, 2012

Watch these videos, published on YouTube:

China: Slipping through the cracks

Sunday, February 5th, 2012

Published on Al Jazeera, February 1, 2012.

A recent study estimates that more than 170 million Chinese suffer from a mental disorder. But very few are receiving care, with mental health desperately short of financing, practitioners and esteem.    Read the rest of this entry »

The World According To Noam Chomsky

Saturday, February 4th, 2012

Published on ZNet, Noam Chomsky interviewed by Dean Carroll, February 03, 2012.

… How many of these problems relating to natural resources shortages do you expect man’s ingenuity and modern technology to solve – in other words, is a modern Utopia possible?

  • “Nobody can predict that, but there certainly are theoretical possibilities. For example, if alternative sustainable energy can reach a sufficient scale – it is, in principle, possible to overcome the water shortage by desalination. But we are very far from achieving that. In the meantime, we have extremely serious problems. Read the rest of this entry »

Divings in Raja Ampat /Indonesia on YouTube

Friday, February 3rd, 2012

All divings in Raja Ampat:

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Diminishment of Sovereignty and More Fed Manipulations

Friday, February 3rd, 2012

Published on International Forecaster, by Bob Chapman, February 1, 2012;

Davos pact diminishes sovereignty of european nations, deflation and inflation, employment not improving for election, more money managers bullish on gold, money chaos cover up is political, gold rush in China as the year of the dragon starts, Fed bolsters commodities despite economic decline … //   Read the rest of this entry »

le Dr Mourad Dhina polarise le monde – réaction humanitaire

Thursday, February 2nd, 2012

D’abord un vieux article: Un islamiste sous haute surveillance, dans swissInfo, le 7 octobre 2002. Ensuite le monde des humanitaires qui veut maintenant empécher son extradiction de la France vers l’Algérie:

WikiLeaks founder fights extradition

Thursday, February 2nd, 2012

Julian Assange heads to UK court in bid to block his extradition to Sweden, where he faces allegations of sex crimes – Published on Al Jazeera, , February 1, 2012. – [The video which Bradley Manning released to wikileaks, the reason for his imprisonnement: short version 1.41 min, long version 39.14 min)].

… He was detained in Britain in December 2010 on a European arrest warrant issued by a Swedish prosecutor after two female former WikiLeaks volunteers accused him of sexual assault. His lawyers have argued that the warrant is invalid because it was issued by a prosecutor rather than a neutral judge or court.  Read the rest of this entry »

Récital pour soutenir proPhilo

Wednesday, February 1st, 2012

mardi 7 février 20.12 h – Centre musical (salle Robert-Dunand), Rue du Marché 9 (cour intérieure), 1227 Carouge GE, Suisse - Reçu par e-mail, De: Postmaster de, Date: 31/01/2012 – (Voir aussi: Lettre d’information proPhilo Janvier 2012):

  • Un récital de mélodies françaises au bénéfice de l’association proPhilo.
  • Entrée libre, collecte à la sortie;
  • Irène Paoletta, soprane et membre de proPhilo, sera accompagnée par Alain Porchet au piano.    Read the rest of this entry »

A Bluffing Game, Part 1: European Politicians in Denial as Greece Unravels

Wednesday, February 1st, 2012

Published on Spiegel Online International, by Sven Böll, Alexander Neubacher, Ralf Neukirch, Christian Reiermann, Christoph Schult and Anne Seith, January 30, 2012. (comming next – Part 2: The Dismal Greek Economy).

… Europe’s politicians continue to battle reality. Everyone knows that Greece cannot repay its massive pile of debts, now at more than €350 billion ($459 billion). But instead of effectively reducing the financial burden, European politicians intend to approve new loans for the government in Athens and go on fighting debt with new debt. “If the country wants to remain in the euro zone, we should support it,” says Austrian Chancellor Werner Faymann.   Read the rest of this entry »