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Winter Assault - Die Well (IG)

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Order Campaign Mission 4: Sturnn and the Cadian 412th reach the Titan, and abandon the Eldar to their fates. Music: Indigo Prophercy - 11 (Angelo Badalamenti & Normand Co)

Unit 12 Proclamation: How to die well

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Most of us don’t like to think or talk about death. But when the Black Plague was running rampant across the globe, many people began preparing for death. But why prepare for death? And HOW do we prepare for death? Is there meaning in dying? Ultimately, living a good life is the best way to prepare for death.

DIE WELLE (2008) - Trailer HQ

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"DIE WELLE" - Trailer Regie: Dennis Gansel Rat Pack Filmproduktion/ B.A. Produktion/ GFP/ Constantin Film/ Celluloid Dreams

What we can do to die well | Timothy Ihrig

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The healthcare industry in America is so focused on pathology, surgery and pharmacology on what doctors "do" to patients that it often overlooks the values of the human beings it's supposed to care for. Palliative care physician Timothy Ihrig explains the benefits of a different approach, one that fosters a patient's overall quality of life and navigates serious illness from diagnosis to death with dignity and compassion. TEDTalks is a daily video podcast of the best talks and performances from the TED Conference, where the world's leading thinkers and doers give the talk of their lives in 18 minutes (or less). Look for talks on Technology, Entertainment and Design plus science, business, global issues, the arts and much more. Find closed captions and translated subtitles in many languages at 🤍 Follow TED news on Twitter: 🤍 Like TED on Facebook: 🤍 Subscribe to our channel: 🤍

Set a Fire in your heart Spartan, Bare your Fangs, Fight Hard, Die Well

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Probably the BEST moment from the Halo:Infinite reveal trailer #HaloInfinite #Halo #Xbox

La ola Completa Español (Die Welle, 2008)

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Pelicula basada en el experimento del de historia profesor Ron Jones en 1967 en Palo Alto (California) con un grupo de secundaria. Dirigida por Dennis Gansel Alemania hoy. Durante la semana de proyectos, al profesor de instituto Rainer Wenger (Jürgen Vogel) se le ocurre la idea de un experimento que explique a sus alumnos cuál es el funcionamiento de los gobiernos totalitarios. Comienza así un experimento que acabará con resultados trágicos. En apenas unos días, lo que comienza con una serie de ideas inocuas como la disciplina y el sentimiento de comunidad se va convirtiendo en un movimiento real: LA OLA. Al tercer día, los alumnos comienza a aislarse y amenazarse entre sí. Cuando el conflicto finalmente rompe en violencia durante un partido de water polo, el profesor decide no seguir con el experimento, pero para entonces es demasiado tarde, LA OLA se ha descontrolado...

Brandschutzschulung - Gerhard Polt und die Well-Brüder aus'm Biermoos

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Szene aus der DVD "Ekzem Homo" mit Gerhard Polt und den Well-Brüdern aus'm Biermoos (kennen 2016) Jetzt kennenMedien abonnieren: 🤍

Dying Well: Robert Macauley at TEDxRushU

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To those struggling to come to grips with dying, aggressive medical treatment has too often offered the illusion of a way out. In his TEDx talk, Dr. Bob Macauley describes the costs our society faces when we don't manage end of life care effectively, and the difficult but better path to dying well. In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. These local, self-organized events are branded TEDx, where x = independently organized TED event. The TED Conference provides general guidance for the TEDx program, but individual TEDx events are self-organized.* (*Subject to certain rules and regulations)

How to Die Well

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New videos DAILY: 🤍 Join Big Think Edge for exclusive video lessons from top thinkers and doers: 🤍 There's a reason you can't stop your head boppin' to block-rockin' beats, and why you can't get a catchy song's hook out of your head. The Atlantic editor Derek Thompson lays down a spoken-word jam about the science behind music's appeal. Derek Thompson's latest book is Hit Makers: The Science of Popularity in an Age of Distraction. DEREK THOMPSON Derek Thompson is a senior editor at The Atlantic magazine, where he writes about economics and the media. He is a regular contributor to NPR's Here and Now and appears frequently on television, including CBS and MSNBC. He was named to both Inc. magazine’s and Forbes’s 30 Under 30 lists. He lives in New York City.     TRANSCRIPT: Derek Thompson: One of the questions that I set out to answer in the book is, why do we like what we like in music? What makes music catchy? Where do “earworms” come from? And to answer this really complex question I started with the simplest possible question, which is: what is music? Why does the brain process some sounds as cacophony and other sounds very clearly as song? And to start to answer this question you have to go to Diana Deutsch. And she is a musicologist at the University of California San Diego. And Diana was listening to herself talk at her house one evening, and she put a sentence of hers on repeat and she realized if you take a bit of speech stream and you take a sliver of it and you start repeating it again, start repeating it again, start repeating it again, start repeating it again, start repeat –obviously you can sort of hear it if you’re listening that the brain suddenly starts to hear a melody in this repetition, and a rhythm and a beat, and it starts to hear that which was formally just speech as song. And so what she would say, what I would say, is that repetition is the God-particle of music, it is the thing that distinguishes the cacophony of the world from that which we cannot help but recognize as music. So that’s interesting, but it’s not an answer to the fundamental question, which is: what makes music catchy? Because if I go into a music studio and I say, “start repeating it again, start repeating it again” I’ll be laughed out of the studio immediately. So there has to be a repetition and variety. What is the scientific way to think about the balance? And to answer that question you have to fly northeast from San Diego to Ohio State University in Columbus Ohio, where David Huron did this famous study involving mice where he played a note for a mouse, let’s call it a B note. And the mouse would turn its head like this. And he would play B again, and the mouse would turn its head. And he would play B-B-B and the mouse’s head is just doing this thing. And eventually the mouse habituates, it learns to ignore the stimulus. And habituation is common in culture and life. We learn to ignore things that are too familiar. But if instead at the very moment the mouse is about to habituate from the B note he instead plays a C note, the mouse attends to the C note and is dishabituated from the B note. So now he can go back to scaring the mouse with the B note. And it turns out that if you want to scare a mouse for the longest period of time with the fewest number of notes there’s a very specific pattern that you play, and it goes: B-B-C-B-C-D note to habituate from both from the B and the C note. And as I was reading this study and talking to David I thought, well if you take the letter “B” and you replace it with the word “verse” and you take the letter “C” and you replace it with the word “chorus “and you take the letter “D” and you replace it with the word “bridge,” you have the following song structure: verse-verse-chorus-verse-chorus-bridge, which is essentially the most common pop song structure of the 20th century. So what seemed so fundamentally interesting to me about this idea is that this same formulaic relationship between repetition and variety that can scare a mouse in a laboratory setting also makes us attend to Top 40 radio in cars. But throughout the book I’m constantly thinking about what are the most important implications of each of these ideas, not only for entertainment, which is interesting but maybe not important, but also for something like politics? And it’s interesting when thinking about repetition and speech and persuasiveness, and realizing that every great rh... For the full transcript, check out 🤍

Wie man die Fifa dazu bringt, Korruption zuzugeben

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Jetzt auf Geldumschlag.com Foto herunterladen und damit das Fifa Museum Zürich auf Google bewerten! ⭐🤑

How Did You Die? - A Life-Changing Poem for Troublesome Times

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Read by Shane Morris - Full Poem: Did you tackle that trouble that came your way With a resolute heart and cheerful? Or hide your face from the light of day With a craven soul and fearful? Oh, a trouble's a ton, or a trouble's an ounce, Or a trouble is what you make it, And it isn't the fact that you're hurt that counts, But only how did you take it? You are beaten to earth? Well, well, what's that! Come up with a smiling face. It's nothing against you to fall down flat, But to lie there-that's disgrace. The harder you're thrown, why the higher you bounce Be proud of your blackened eye! It isn't the fact that you're licked that counts; It's how did you fight-and why? And though you be done to the death, what then? If you battled the best you could, If you played your part in the world of men, Why, the Critic will call it good. Death comes with a crawl, or comes with a pounce, And whether he's slow or spry, It isn't the fact that you're dead that counts, But only how did you die? - Edmund Vance Cooke

40Jahre Gerhard Polt und die Well Brüder - Das Interview

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Gerhard Polt und Michael Well im Interview mit Vorarlberg Live zu 40 Jahre gemeinsam auf Tour. Aktuelle Nachrichten aus Vorarlberg findest du unter 🤍vol.at oder über unsere Apps auf Android und iOs. #vorarlberg #nachrichten #aktuell 🔴 Abonniert jetzt unseren Kanal und aktiviert die Glocke unter 🤍 📲 Folg uns auf Facebook 🤍 auf Instagram 🤍 auf LinkedIn 🤍linkedin.com/showcase/vorarlbergonline oder hör unsere Podcasts auf Spotify, Apple Music, Amazon Music, Google Podcast und Deezer Impressum: 🤍 #VOLAT​ #Nachrichten​ #News

"Vom bayrischen Paradies" Well Brüder bei Pixner's BACKstage | Servus TV 2015

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Pixners BACKstage bei Servus TV 2015 🤍 Brüder Well | "Vom bayrischen Paradies" Composer: Christoph Well Pixners BACKstage bei Facebook: 🤍 Servus TV: 🤍

How to Die Well

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New videos DAILY: 🤍 Join Big Think Edge for exclusive video lessons from top thinkers and doers: 🤍 There's a reason you can't stop your head boppin' to block-rockin' beats, and why you can't get a catchy song's hook out of your head. The Atlantic editor Derek Thompson lays down a spoken-word jam about the science behind music's appeal. Derek Thompson's latest book is Hit Makers: The Science of Popularity in an Age of Distraction. DEREK THOMPSON Derek Thompson is a senior editor at The Atlantic magazine, where he writes about economics and the media. He is a regular contributor to NPR's Here and Now and appears frequently on television, including CBS and MSNBC. He was named to both Inc. magazine’s and Forbes’s 30 Under 30 lists. He lives in New York City.     TRANSCRIPT: Derek Thompson: One of the questions that I set out to answer in the book is, why do we like what we like in music? What makes music catchy? Where do “earworms” come from? And to answer this really complex question I started with the simplest possible question, which is: what is music? Why does the brain process some sounds as cacophony and other sounds very clearly as song? And to start to answer this question you have to go to Diana Deutsch. And she is a musicologist at the University of California San Diego. And Diana was listening to herself talk at her house one evening, and she put a sentence of hers on repeat and she realized if you take a bit of speech stream and you take a sliver of it and you start repeating it again, start repeating it again, start repeating it again, start repeating it again, start repeat –obviously you can sort of hear it if you’re listening that the brain suddenly starts to hear a melody in this repetition, and a rhythm and a beat, and it starts to hear that which was formally just speech as song. And so what she would say, what I would say, is that repetition is the God-particle of music, it is the thing that distinguishes the cacophony of the world from that which we cannot help but recognize as music. So that’s interesting, but it’s not an answer to the fundamental question, which is: what makes music catchy? Because if I go into a music studio and I say, “start repeating it again, start repeating it again” I’ll be laughed out of the studio immediately. So there has to be a repetition and variety. What is the scientific way to think about the balance? And to answer that question you have to fly northeast from San Diego to Ohio State University in Columbus Ohio, where David Huron did this famous study involving mice where he played a note for a mouse, let’s call it a B note. And the mouse would turn its head like this. And he would play B again, and the mouse would turn its head. And he would play B-B-B and the mouse’s head is just doing this thing. And eventually the mouse habituates, it learns to ignore the stimulus. And habituation is common in culture and life. We learn to ignore things that are too familiar. But if instead at the very moment the mouse is about to habituate from the B note he instead plays a C note, the mouse attends to the C note and is dishabituated from the B note. So now he can go back to scaring the mouse with the B note. And it turns out that if you want to scare a mouse for the longest period of time with the fewest number of notes there’s a very specific pattern that you play, and it goes: B-B-C-B-C-D note to habituate from both from the B and the C note. And as I was reading this study and talking to David I thought, well if you take the letter “B” and you replace it with the word “verse” and you take the letter “C” and you replace it with the word “chorus “and you take the letter “D” and you replace it with the word “bridge,” you have the following song structure: verse-verse-chorus-verse-chorus-bridge, which is essentially the most common pop song structure of the 20th century. So what seemed so fundamentally interesting to me about this idea is that this same formulaic relationship between repetition and variety that can scare a mouse in a laboratory setting also makes us attend to Top 40 radio in cars. But throughout the book I’m constantly thinking about what are the most important implications of each of these ideas, not only for entertainment, which is interesting but maybe not important, but also for something like politics? And it’s interesting when thinking about repetition and speech and persuasiveness, and realizing that every great rh... For the full transcript, check out 🤍

Gerhard Polt und die Well-Brüder zur Brennelementsteuer

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Der Kabarettist Gerhard Polt und die bayerische Mundart-Band Well-Brüder (ehemals Biermösl Blosn) haben sich auf ihre ganz eigene Art Gedanken über die Abschaffung der Brennelementesteuer für Atomkraftwerke gemacht.

TEDxBrussels - Peter Fenwick - The art of Dying Well

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🤍 About TEDx, x = independently organized event In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. These local, self-organized events are branded TEDx, where x = independently organized TED event. The TED Conference provides general guidance for the TEDx program, but individual TEDx events are self-organized.* (*Subject to certain rules and regulations)

Well There's Your Problem | Episode 118: HMS Captain

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this is a show about holes Tickets still available for the third live show: 🤍 What a Hell of a Way to Die: 🤍 Our Patreon: 🤍 Our Merch: 🤍 Send us stuff! our address: Well There's Your Podcasting Company PO Box 40178 Philadelphia, PA 19106 DO NOT SEND US LETTER BOMBS thanks in advance in the commercial: Local Forecast - Elevator Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License 🤍

SLAMMA - DIE WELL {OFFICIAL VIDEO}

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SLAMMA - DIE WELL {OFFICIAL VIDEO} SHOT BY 🤍MR2CANONS

We all die, so why don’t we die well?

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Modern medicine has a fundamental failure in its approach toward aging and dying, says Dr. Atul Gawande: “We don't recognize that people have priorities besides just living longer.” Gawande, a surgeon and the author of a new book, "Being Mortal: Medicine and What Matters in the End,” joins Jeffrey Brown to discuss his education in mortality.

Christine McVie Dies at 79 - BBC World News - 11/30/2022

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Remembering Christine, the amazing songwriter, vocalist and musician of Fleetwood Mac who passed away earlier today. Includes great interview with NYT music journalist Jim Farber. RIP, Ms. McVie.

How To Live And Die Well - 2 Peter 1:12-15 - Skip Heitzig

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Peter lived his life knowing the brevity of it. Here, he wrote as an older man in his seventies. Realizing there was more road behind him than ahead of him, he gave a model for us. Essentially we have here an excellent example of how to live well and how to die well. Let's answer the question How can I live and die well? by considering four keys passed along by Peter himself. This teaching is from our series 60 1 & 2 Peter - Rock Solid - 2013 with Skip Heitzig from Calvary Albuquerque.

Gerhard Polt und die Well-Brüder in Döckingen

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Hier gehts zum Artikel in der AZ: 🤍 Beim 60-Jährigen Jubiläum des Sportvereins SV Döckingen waren Gerhard Polt und die Well-Brüder eingeladen um das vollbesetzte Festzelt bestens zu unterhalten.

We're all going to die. Here's how to do it well | JeanneLauree Olsen | TEDxSaltLakeCity

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Most of us grew up in a culture that fears death. As a result of that fear, most of us suppress, deny or rigorously avoid the topic of death; as if by doing that, we can avoid dying itself. Unfortunately, ignoring death won’t work. Death is a universal truth of living. With quiet and earnest compassion, JeanneLauree Olsen shares three profoundly different experiences of people as they look squarely at death, whether their own or that of a loved one. Woven into these stories are instructions about how to die well. Not just in examining the way we face death itself, but also details on what is necessary to make death better for the dying and those who continue to live. This presentation was filmed during the COVID-19 pandemic, with only a limited live audience of cast and crew members. While applause has been added to the beginning and end of the video, all other aspects have intentionally remained as filmed to honor the struggle and loss experienced globally during 2020. JeanneLauree Olsen has spent more than 15 years as a hospice chaplain, working as part of an interdisciplinary team dedicated to helping terminally ill people and their loved ones respond to death with dignity and grace. As a non-denominational chaplain, she serves people regardless of their beliefs. Prior to becoming a hospice chaplain, JeanneLauree spent a decade working as a co-therapist in a private psychology practice. JeanneLauree has proven success in using specific tools and techniques to disrupt today's general attitudes toward dying, which are fraught with fear and anguish, are impersonal and overly medicalized. She was able to use these principles to create a rich and joyous end of life experience for her own parents. The five years she spent caring for both of her parents confirmed the ease and effectiveness of JeanneLauree’s forward-thinking conviction that death can be infused with joy and beauty. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at 🤍

Schweinsbraten für Europa - Well-Brüder aus'm Biermoos

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Szene aus der DVD "Ekzem Homo" mit Gerhard Polt und den Well-Brüdern aus'm Biermoos. (Kennen 2016) Jetzt kennenMedien abonnieren: 🤍

Live Well, Die Well | Ira Byock, MD

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The Best Care Possible Through the End of Life We prepare for life’s most important events – education, career, weddings, birthdays and vacations – with careful planning. Yet, when it comes to serious illness and death, one of the nation’s most influential leaders in hospice and palliative medicine says Americans don’t want to talk about it. Join Ira Byock, M.D., a nationally-acclaimed author, palliative care specialist and the director of the Providence Institute for Human Caring for this presentation recorded October 29, 2015 in Spokane, Washington. Byock has authored three books: "The Best Care Possible" (2012) in which he tackles the crisis surrounding serious illness; "The Four Things that Matter Most" (2004), used widely as a counseling tool in palliative care, hospice programs and pastoral care; and "Dying Well" (1997), a standard in the field of hospice and palliative care. “There are worse things than having your loved one die,” says Dr. Byock, “and that’s having your loved one die badly.” Byock recently launched the two-year pilot Whole Person Care program at three leading hospitals in Southern California that bases medical treatment on a person’s physical, emotional, interpersonal, social and spiritual well-being. Honest conversations about mortality among caregivers, patients and families offer the best care possible and opportunities to deepen relationships. “Dying is a time of living,” Byock says. “It’s time to reclaim this rich time of life.” After Dr. Ira Byock’s presentation, a panel of local and state experts discuss end of life health care issues in Washington. Presenters include: C. Scott Bond – President and CEO, Washington State Hospital Association Gina Drummond – CEO, Hospice of Spokane Lynn Kimball – Executive Director, Aging & Long Term Care of Eastern Washington Brian Seppi, MD – Division Lead Physician, Providence Medical Group, Spokane State Representative Marcus Riccelli of Spokane, who is vice chair of the Legislature’s Health Care and Wellness committee, moderates the discussion. Learn more about the Providence Institute for Human Caring here: 🤍 Learn more about Dr. Ira Byock here: 🤍

SlaapkamerSpeelgoed?!😳 | RHOPTA Recap S1 E7

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Hierdie episode het beslis opgemaak vir laas week se boringness🤣 Daar was Boxop🥊, daar was celebs📸, daar was ‘n fopdosser💄 & daar was heeltemal teveel gepraat oor slaapkamerspeelgoed😳😂 Wat het julle van hierdie episode gedink?😜 Plus dankie aan Boslief vir die lekker recap rokkie & wyn!🥰🍷 #RHOPTArecap #RHOPTA #kyknet #lisametdierooihare #lisametdierooiharerecap

Enslaved Peasant Becomes Grandmaster Gladiator - We Who Are About To Die

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Welcome to We Who Are About To Die. In this episode of We Who Are About To Die I turn a nobody into a Grandmaster Gladiator and struggle every fight along the way. I hope you enjoyed this episode of We Who Are About To Die, thanks for watching and liking. More We Who Are About To Die: 🤍 About We Who Are About To Die: Fight & strategize your way through spectacles and arenas rise from lowly slave to Grand Champion and earn your freedom. Or... die trying. This Gladiator RPG Roguelite features in-depth career management and a unique physics simulated combat system. To those who are about to die, I salute you! -Channel Links- Support My Channel: 🤍 Discord: 🤍 My Webpage(All Social & Merch): 🤍 Intro & Outtro Music Provided By Odd Chap: 🤍 -Check Out Some New Series- Junkyard Truck: 🤍 Mon Bazou: 🤍 Instruments of Destruction: 🤍 Powerwash Simulator: 🤍 -Classics- Teardown: 🤍 Besiege: 🤍 BeamNG Drive: 🤍 #Gladiator #wewhoareabouttodie #drae

Disrupting Death. A guide to dying well. | Zenith Virago | TEDxByronBay

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In this provocative talk, Deathwalker Zenith Virago challenges us to take back control of the process of dying from the profit-driven death industry. She has helped hundreds of people radically rethink their death journey and create experiences that are full of joy and creativity, open to discovery and in appreciation of the mystery. As Ram Dass said, “We are all just walking each other home”. Zenith Virago is a Deathwalker who has dedicated her life to educating people on dying, death, after-death care, and ceremony. In her work, she walks with the dying, and the bereaved through their journey, guiding, advising, and helping to make that individual journey the best it can be. She is a regular speaker on dying, death, and ceremonies that heal and assist a healthier bereavement. She is the Executive Officer and founding member of the Natural Death Care Centre in Australia, co-author of The Intimacy of Death and Dying, and the subject of the international independent documentary, Zen & the Art of Dying. Zenith is a feminist, Dyke, swimmer, and vigorously loves life. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at 🤍

How to Die Well

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New videos DAILY: 🤍 Join Big Think Edge for exclusive video lessons from top thinkers and doers: 🤍 There's a reason you can't stop your head boppin' to block-rockin' beats, and why you can't get a catchy song's hook out of your head. The Atlantic editor Derek Thompson lays down a spoken-word jam about the science behind music's appeal. Derek Thompson's latest book is Hit Makers: The Science of Popularity in an Age of Distraction. DEREK THOMPSON Derek Thompson is a senior editor at The Atlantic magazine, where he writes about economics and the media. He is a regular contributor to NPR's Here and Now and appears frequently on television, including CBS and MSNBC. He was named to both Inc. magazine’s and Forbes’s 30 Under 30 lists. He lives in New York City.     TRANSCRIPT: Derek Thompson: One of the questions that I set out to answer in the book is, why do we like what we like in music? What makes music catchy? Where do “earworms” come from? And to answer this really complex question I started with the simplest possible question, which is: what is music? Why does the brain process some sounds as cacophony and other sounds very clearly as song? And to start to answer this question you have to go to Diana Deutsch. And she is a musicologist at the University of California San Diego. And Diana was listening to herself talk at her house one evening, and she put a sentence of hers on repeat and she realized if you take a bit of speech stream and you take a sliver of it and you start repeating it again, start repeating it again, start repeating it again, start repeating it again, start repeat –obviously you can sort of hear it if you’re listening that the brain suddenly starts to hear a melody in this repetition, and a rhythm and a beat, and it starts to hear that which was formally just speech as song. And so what she would say, what I would say, is that repetition is the God-particle of music, it is the thing that distinguishes the cacophony of the world from that which we cannot help but recognize as music. So that’s interesting, but it’s not an answer to the fundamental question, which is: what makes music catchy? Because if I go into a music studio and I say, “start repeating it again, start repeating it again” I’ll be laughed out of the studio immediately. So there has to be a repetition and variety. What is the scientific way to think about the balance? And to answer that question you have to fly northeast from San Diego to Ohio State University in Columbus Ohio, where David Huron did this famous study involving mice where he played a note for a mouse, let’s call it a B note. And the mouse would turn its head like this. And he would play B again, and the mouse would turn its head. And he would play B-B-B and the mouse’s head is just doing this thing. And eventually the mouse habituates, it learns to ignore the stimulus. And habituation is common in culture and life. We learn to ignore things that are too familiar. But if instead at the very moment the mouse is about to habituate from the B note he instead plays a C note, the mouse attends to the C note and is dishabituated from the B note. So now he can go back to scaring the mouse with the B note. And it turns out that if you want to scare a mouse for the longest period of time with the fewest number of notes there’s a very specific pattern that you play, and it goes: B-B-C-B-C-D note to habituate from both from the B and the C note. And as I was reading this study and talking to David I thought, well if you take the letter “B” and you replace it with the word “verse” and you take the letter “C” and you replace it with the word “chorus “and you take the letter “D” and you replace it with the word “bridge,” you have the following song structure: verse-verse-chorus-verse-chorus-bridge, which is essentially the most common pop song structure of the 20th century. So what seemed so fundamentally interesting to me about this idea is that this same formulaic relationship between repetition and variety that can scare a mouse in a laboratory setting also makes us attend to Top 40 radio in cars. But throughout the book I’m constantly thinking about what are the most important implications of each of these ideas, not only for entertainment, which is interesting but maybe not important, but also for something like politics? And it’s interesting when thinking about repetition and speech and persuasiveness, and realizing that every great rh... For the full transcript, check out 🤍

Qatar's World Cup 2022 workers: 'We may as well just die here' | Guardian Investigations

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The Qatar World Cup 2022 stadiums and infrastructure are being built by Nepalese men employed in Qatar's construction industry who work for little or no pay. Subscribe to The Guardian on YouTube ► 🤍 Appalling living conditions and unsafe employment are not the only difficulties they face: there is pressure and disbelief from families in Nepal when no money is sent back home. The Guardian's report exposing labour conditions in Qatar ► 🤍 Part three ► 🤍 The Guardian publishes independent journalism, made possible by supporters. Contribute to The Guardian today ► 🤍 Website ► 🤍 Facebook ► 🤍 Twitter ► 🤍 Instagram ► 🤍 #Qatar #QatarWorldCup #WorldCup #WorldCup2022 #Qatar2022

7 vs. Wild: Panama - Krokodil am Lager | Folge 6

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Christine McVie, Fleetwood Mac singer and keyboardist, dies at 79

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The music world and other members of the band Fleetwood Mac are mourning the loss of Christine McVie, who died Wednesday. McVie sang and played keyboards for Fleetwood Mac. Anthony Mason has more. Each weekday morning, "CBS Mornings” co-hosts Gayle King, Tony Dokoupil and Nate Burleson bring you the latest breaking news, smart conversation and in-depth feature reporting. "CBS Mornings" airs weekdays at 7 a.m. on CBS and stream it at 8 a.m. ET on the CBS News app. Subscribe to “CBS Mornings” on YouTube: 🤍 Watch CBS News: 🤍 Download the CBS News app: 🤍 Follow "CBS Mornings" on Instagram: 🤍 Like "CBS Mornings" on Facebook: 🤍 Follow "CBS Mornings" on Twitter: 🤍 Subscribe to our newsletter: 🤍 Try Paramount+ free: 🤍 For video licensing inquiries, contact: licensing🤍veritone.com

Abgesang - der Vorhang fällt - Gerhard Polt und die Well-Brüder aus'm Biermoos

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Szene aus der DVD Ekzem Homo mit Gerhard Polt und den Well-Brüdern aus'm Biermoos (kennen 2016) 🤍kennen.de Jetzt kennenMedien abonnieren: 🤍

Exklusiv im Interview: Gerhard Polt und Michael Well über 40 gemeinsame Jahre

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Ein Jubiläum steht an: Seit 40 Jahren treten Gerhard Polt und die Well-Brüder zusammen auf. Der große Humorist Polt und das subversive Brüder-Trio haben seitdem unzählige umjubelte Auftritte in Theatern, Kleinkunstbühnen, Mehrzweckhallen oder Bierzelten absolviert - weit über Bayern hinaus. Zum 40-Jährigen bringen sie erstmals seit langem ein Album mit 13 Titeln auf den Markt, auf dem Plattenlabel JKP der mit ihnen befreundeten "Toten Hosen". Donaukurier-Redakteur Richard Auer traf Gerhard Polt und Michael Well zum Interview im Stammhaus der Augustiner-Brauerei in München.

Explaining how to live and die well, to healthy people

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To support people to boldly face the final frontier, a group of family doctors from the European Association of Palliative Care has produced a video entitled “Living and dying well”. It is a sequel to a BMJ analysis and a brief video for health professionals explaining the rationale for early palliative care for people with all progressive illnesses. This new four minute video seeks to explain to individuals and community groups what the last phase of life is likely to look like for people with different illnesses, and thus how to plan to make the best of it. Feel free to share this with patients, family, and friends. It is being produced in different languages to help us all navigate our passage to the final frontier as safely as possible.

3 TIPS to NEVER DIE - This CHANGES EVERYTHING - Overwatch 2 Support Guide

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Faux Layered Die Cuts! [Stretch Your Supplies]

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How to create a layered look from regular dies. SUPPLIES ARE LINKED TO STORES BELOW For more info: 🤍 SUPPLIES Affiliate links may be used at no cost to you. Product disclosure below. FOR A VISUAL SUPPLY LIST, GO TO 🤍 • Simon Says Stamp Snowflake Medallion Die ——— 🤍 • Simon Says stamp Leafy Teardrop Die ——— 🤍 • Simon Says Stamp Winsome Branch Die ——— 🤍 • Simon Says Stamp Fanfare Border Die ——— 🤍 • Simon Says Stamp Pointed Evergreen Die ——— 🤍 • Simon Says Stamp Little Evergreen Trees Die ——— 🤍 • Simon Says Stamp Highlight Heart Die ——— 🤍 • Simon Says Stamp Gilded Ornamental Embossing Folder and Dies ——— 🤍 • Simon Says Stamp Snowflake Visions Embossing Folder ——— 🤍 • Simon Says Stamp Handwritten Hello Dies ——— 🤍 • SSS CZ Thanks Dies ——— 🤍 • Simon Says Stamp Joy To You Die ——— 🤍 • Simon Says Stamp Mini Flowers and Leaves Dies ——— 🤍 • Simon Says Stamp Family Headline Stamps ——— 🤍 • Simon Says Stamp To My Favorite Stamps ——— 🤍 • Gina K Connect Large Bottle Glue ——— 🤍 • Gina K Fine Tip Bottles ——— 🤍 • Share Handmade Kindness Paperweight ——— 🤍 • Simon Says Stamp Scissors ——— 🤍 • Trinity Stamps Pick Up Stick ——— 🤍 • Lucy's Cards Blueberry Jewels ——— 🤍 • Studio Katia Ripe Persimmon Pearls ——— 🤍 • Studio Katia Rose Pink Pearls ——— 🤍 • Studio Katia Hibiscus Pearls ——— 🤍 • Pinkfresh Gold Glitter Drops ——— 🤍 • Trinity Stamps Oh My Stars Confetti ——— 🤍 • Simon Says Stamp Mini Slimline Envelopes ——— 🤍 • Simon Says Stamp Velvet Blue Paper ——— 🤍 • Memory Box Black Glossy Cardstock ——— 🤍 • Anna Griffin Empress Die Cut Machine ——— 🤍 • Spellbinders Platinum 6 Die Cut Machine ——— 🤍 • Easy See Tape ——— 🤍 • E6000 Spray Adhesive ——— 🤍 • Simon Says Stamp Tweezers ——— 🤍 Product list made with LinkDeli - 🤍 ((( a Link Deli product list: 🤍 FOR CURRENT CRAFTY SALES 🤍 DISCLOSURE Compensated affiliate links may be used at no cost to you. Thank you for your support of my videos! I work diligently to bring you the best information I can. All products were personally purchased... except the SSS products which were provided/sponsored by the company with no expectation. (Head here for more details: 🤍 This video was not paid and I did it only because I liked the product. The information provided in this video is based on my own personal experience. I am not an expert nor do I work for these companies. I just am sharing what *I* like. :) Please follow safety when using any products. See manufacturers website, etc. For affiliate and product disclosure, visit 🤍 FIND ME Find me on social media: 🤍

Former Chinese leader Jiang Zemin dies aged 96 - BBC News

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China's former leader Jiang Zemin, who came to power after the 1989 Tiananmen Square protests, has died aged 96. One of the major figures of Chinese history in recent decades, he presided over a time where China opened up on a vast scale and saw high-speed growth. A Chinese Communist Party statement said he died of leukaemia and multiple organ failure. It added that he was recognised "as an outstanding leader with high prestige" and "a long-tested Communist fighter". Please subscribe HERE 🤍 #China #BBCNews

Top 5 Beginner Bases in 7 Days to Die

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These 5 POIs are easy to convert into functional Horde Bases using minimal time and materials and can carry you into the mid-late game, giving you plenty of time to construct a base of your own! 7 Days to Die Has Problems: ►🤍 Don't miss my TOP 10 GAMES OF 2023: ►🤍 EXCLUSIVE Interview with the 7D2D Developers: ►🤍 How to Install Mods: ►🤍 Top 20 Quality of Life Mods: ►🤍 🔔 Become a Member! 🤍 📋 Playlists: 🤍 🍻 Patreon: 🤍 💬 Discord: 🤍 🎵 Karl Casey 🤍 White Bat Audio: 🤍 🎵 Epidemic Sound: 🤍 👕 Merch: 🤍 📱 Twitter: 🤍 ⌚ TIMESTAMPS: 0:00 Intro 1:25 El Chapo's Mansion Base 6:23 Horde Fight 7:44 Bob's Boars Base 12:16 Horde Fight at Bob's 14:40 Grocery Store Base 19:26 Horde Fight at Grocery Store 22:11 Grain Silo Base 26:04 Horde Fight at the Silos 29:40 Drive-In Base 34:30 Horde Fight at Drive-In 37:53 Final Rankings #7DaysToDie #gameplay #alpha20

All Too Well (10 Minute Version) (Taylor's Version) (From The Vault) (Lyric Video)

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Listen to Red (Taylor's Version) album here: 🤍 🕰️ Pre-order the new album Midnights by Taylor Swift available everywhere October 21: 🤍 ►Subscribe to Taylor Swift on YouTube: 🤍 ►Exclusive Merch: 🤍 ►Follow Taylor Swift online: Instagram: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Tumblr: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Snapchat: 🤍 Website: 🤍 Lyrics: I walked through the door with you The air was cold But somethin bout it felt like home somehow And I left my scarf there at your sister’s house And you’ve still got it in your drawer even now Oh your sweet disposition, and my wide eyed gaze We’re singing in the car getting lost upstate Autumn leaves falling down like pieces into place And I can picture it after all these days And I know it’s long gone and that magic’s not here no more And I might be ok but I’m not fine at all… Cause there we are again on that Little town street You almost ran the red Cause you were looking over at me Wind in my hair, I was there I remember it all too well Photo album on the counter Your cheeks were turning red You used to be a little kid with glasses in a twin-sized bed And your mother’s telling stories bout you on the tee ball team You taught me bout your past Thinkin your future was me And you were tossing me the car keys ‘F* the patriarchy’ keychain on the ground We were always skipping town And I was thinking on the drive down Any time now, he’s gonna say it’s love You never called it what it was til we were dead and gone and buried Check the pulse and come back Swearing it’s the same, after 3 months in the grave And then you wondered where it went to As I reached for you but All I felt was shame And you held my lifeless frame And I know it’s long gone and There was nothing else I could do And I forget about you long enough To forget why I needed to… Cause there we are again in the middle of the night We’re dancin round the kitchen in the refrigerator light Down the stairs, I was there I remember it all too well… And there we are again When nobody had to know You kept me like a secret But I kept you like an oath Sacred prayer and we’d swear to remember it all too well Well maybe we got lost in translation Maybe I asked for too much But maybe this thing was a masterpiece Til you tore it all up Running scared, I was there I remember it all too well And you call me up again Just to break me like a promise So casually cruel in the name of being honest I’m a crumpled up piece of paper lying here Cause I remember it all, all, all They say all’s well that ends well But I’m in a new hell every time You double-cross my mind You said if we had been closer in age Maybe it would have been fine And that made me want to die. The idea you had of me Who was she? A never-needy, ever lovely jewel Whose shine reflects on you Not weeping in a party bathroom Some actress asking me what happened You. That’s what happened: You. You, who charmed my dad with self-effacing jokes Sipping coffee like you were on a late night show But then he watched me watch the front door all night, willing you to come And he said, “it’s supposed to be fun… Turning 21” Time won’t fly It’s like I’m paralyzed by it I’d like to be my old self again But I’m still trying to find it After plaid shirt days And nights when you made me your own Now you mail back my things And I walk home alone But you keep my old scarf From that very first week Cause it reminds you of innocence, and it smells like me You can’t get rid of it Cause you remember it all too well Cause there we are again when I loved you so Back before you lost the one real thing You’ve ever known It was rare, I was there I remember it all too well Wind in my hair, you were there You remember it all Down the stairs, you were there You remember it all It was rare, I was there I remember it all too well And I was never good at telling jokes But the punchline goes: “I’ll get older, but your lovers stay my age” From when your Brooklyn broke my skin and bones I’m a soldier who’s returning half her weight And did the twin flame bruise paint you blue? Just between us, did the love affair maim you too? Cause in this city’s barren cold I still remember the first fall of snow And how it glistened as it fell I remember it all too well Just between us did the love affair maim you All too well Just between us, do you remember it All too well Just between us, I remember it all too well Wind in my hair I was there, I was there Down the stairs, I was there I was there Sacred prayer I was there, I was there It was rare, you remember it All too well #taylorswift #redtaylorsversion #taylorsversion

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