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Re: What are you listening to at the moment?

Posted: 13 Mar 2019, 05:27
by stalepie

Re: What are you listening to at the moment?

Posted: 14 Mar 2019, 12:58
by Dingster
Great album, featuring a ....sax solo in a metal album :D

Re: What are you listening to at the moment?

Posted: 22 Mar 2019, 00:25
by samuelcable

Re: What are you listening to at the moment?

Posted: 23 Mar 2019, 16:02
by Khers

Re: What are you listening to at the moment?

Posted: 25 Mar 2019, 18:09
by fohat
Just got home from the best festival in the world:

https://bigearsfestival.org/

Re: What are you listening to at the moment?

Posted: 11 Apr 2019, 21:52
by Laser
^^Mgla is great (and the instrumental "exercise" V is awesome)

Technical doom metal with insane drumming:

Re: What are you listening to at the moment?

Posted: 13 Apr 2019, 22:06
by davkol

Re: What are you listening to at the moment?

Posted: 19 Apr 2019, 18:35
by glidor
Coldplay - Speed of Sound

Re: What are you listening to at the moment?

Posted: 20 Apr 2019, 21:40
by Tomatt
SFV Soundtrack - Frosty Boulevard Alt.

Re: What are you listening to at the moment?

Posted: 30 Apr 2019, 05:37
by joedon
I like listening to Bruno Mars' songs lately.

Re: What are you listening to at the moment?

Posted: 30 Apr 2019, 23:05
by fohat

Re: What are you listening to at the moment?

Posted: 01 May 2019, 11:40
by __FLawLesS__

Re: What are you listening to at the moment?

Posted: 05 May 2019, 06:27
by ZedTheMan

Re: What are you listening to at the moment?

Posted: 05 May 2019, 13:22
by nelamvr6
I'm listening to Radio Paradise

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Re: What are you listening to at the moment?

Posted: 09 May 2019, 18:12
by Slom

Re: What are you listening to at the moment?

Posted: 09 May 2019, 20:09
by davkol

Re: What are you listening to at the moment?

Posted: 16 May 2019, 11:53
by davkol
The study on collapse they thought you should not read – yet

[on SoundCloud]
A research paper concluding that climate-induced collapse is now inevitable, was recently rejected by anonymous reviewers of an academic journal.

In saying the paper was not suitable for publication, one of the comments from the reviewers questioned the emotional impact that the paper might have on readers. “I was left wondering about the social implications of presenting a scenario for the future as inevitable reality, and about the responsibility of research in communicating climate change scenarios and strategies for adaptation.” wrote one of the reviewers. “As the authors pointed out, denial is a common emotional response to situations that are perceived as threatening and inescapable, leading to a sense of helplessness, inadequacy, and hopelessness and ultimately disengagement from the issue…”

That perspective is discussed in the paper as one that enables denial. Professor Bendell explains in his response to the Editor, that the response may reflect “the self-defeating hierarchical attitude towards society that many of us have in both academia and sustainability, where we censure our own exploration of a topic due to what we consider should or should not be communicated. There is both scholarship and experience on the impact of communicating about disaster, and I discuss that in the paper.” Moreover, Bendell consulted with practicing psychotherapists on both the motivational and mental health implications of this analysis and was reassured that perceptions of a collective tragic future should not in itself be a cause for depression. Instead, it could trigger transformative reflection which could be supported – and would be inevitable one day, given the inevitability of mortality for all human life.