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                    [description] => . The charismatic Welsh actor adds a new Oscar nomination with his role in ‘The Father’. . Demystifies the profession: “To be an actor you don’t have to be a genius or a great intellectual effort.” . “We’re all going to die and that’s the blackest and funniest joke,” he says. Thirty years after winning ... Read more
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. The charismatic Welsh actor adds a new Oscar nomination with his role in ‘The Father’.

. Demystifies the profession: “To be an actor you don’t have to be a genius or a great intellectual effort.”

. “We’re all going to die and that’s the blackest and funniest joke,” he says.

Thirty years after winning his first Oscar for one of the most iconic characters in film history, the Hannibal Lecter from ‘The Silence of the Lambs’, Anthony Hopkins could repeat figurine with ‘The father’ in a radically opposite and fragile record of a man suffering from senile dementia. Both he and his co-star and daughter in fiction, Olivia Colman, they have been nominated, as has the film itself and the adapted script.

In real life, the actor of Welsh origin exhibits a friendly demeanor and excellent humor that contrasts with the turbulence of his characters: he tells anecdotes, recites poems and puts his audience in his pocket, including Colman, turned into one more listener in a telematic interview with several international media. “Life is absurd, it’s ridiculous, we take everything too seriously,” says 83-year-old Hopkins. “I try to cultivate the art of indifference, not in a sense of coldness, but the things that a few years ago I thought important now do not seem so to me, we are all going to die and that is the blackest and funniest joke.”

‘El padre’, premiered in Spain on December 23 and now expanding its presence in theaters ahead of the Oscars, is the debut feature of the French writer and playwright Florian Zeller. His great discovery is that he places the viewer in the mind of the patient, makes him experience his confusion, his anger, his fear.

Keeping the brain active

Hopkins remembers that when he read the script he felt something similar to what happened to him with ‘The Silence of the Lambs’. He knew instantly that he wanted to. “I met with Florian and said yes, but I had pending the filming of ‘The two Popes’ (along with Jonathan Pryce and the direction of Fernando Meirelles) and I was really worried that they would not wait for me, but they did, “he says.

In the case of Hannibal Lecter, Hopkins recalls that when he began to read the script, he asked his agent if the deal was already closed. “He said no and I didn’t want to read any more until I knew, because he was the best character I could have ever dreamed of.”

He says that to keep his brain active he plays the piano, paints, or memorizes poems from Dylan ThomasBut when it comes to talking about his merits as an actor or uncovering the secrets of some of the most legendary scenes of his career, he insists on downplaying it. “Acting does not require being a genius or a great intellectual effort, there will be people who are interested in making it look like that, but no,” he defends.

“In ‘The Silence of the Lambs’ Jodie [Foster] He came with a coffee in hand, we would stare at each other through a glass wall and drop the text. It is done. Sometimes we still meet to eat together and we talk about how much fun this way of making a living is. “

According to Zeller, Hopkins is an instinctive actor. “I’m just old”, replies the interpreter, “I’ve been active for many years so I know some tricks; Stanislavski method it’s wonderful and I practiced it when I was young, but now it’s more common sense than anything else. “

“When you reach 83, I don’t know if you’re smarter or stupider, but you certainly don’t waste your time thinking too much about yourself,” he adds. “When it comes to acting, I just do it and that’s it, and with an actress like Olivia, a wonderful director and a good script like this, that’s the most important thing,” he adds in reference to ‘The father’.

Messages to the subconscious

However, at another point in the interview he confesses that when they were filming, between takes, he would stand in front of a mirror and repeat to himself: ‘This is just a game, okay? I do not suffer from dementia, I’m acting, I’m acting. ‘

“You have to be careful with the message that you transfer to your subconscious because it can be believed,” he explains. “I remind my brain of things, when it tells me that my memory is failing or that I am getting older, I say no, that I am still young and strong, and the brain believes it, it really works. “

Nor does he practice looking back too much. “My past seems like a dream to me, I feel like I can’t be responsible for anything, I don’t know why I became an actor, I don’t remember, I tend to think that everything has been a solipsism, that my parents never existed, they are only memories” .

Strange promises

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His father died more than 40 years ago from heart disease. “He was in the hospital and I knew he was dying, that he was not going to leave, but suddenly you see yourself making strange promises; I told him that when he got out I would take him on a car trip from New York to Los Angeles and a few days later I went to see him and he was sitting there with a road map of the United States, so happy. ” “It is painful when you know that they are dying but I suppose the only thing you can do is reassure them and let them know that you are there,” he says.

His mother passed away years later. “My wife was with her Stella and to reassure her she told her that when she reached the other side she would meet her husband again. My mother, who was not very religious, replied: ‘Will it cost me a lot?’ He had a great sense of humor at the end. ”

We want to say thanks to the writer of this write-up for this remarkable material

Anthony Hopkins: “Life is absurd, we take everything too seriously”

) [summary] => . The charismatic Welsh actor adds a new Oscar nomination with his role in ‘The Father’. . Demystifies the profession: “To be an actor you don’t have to be a genius or a great intellectual effort.” . “We’re all going to die and that’s the blackest and funniest joke,” he says. Thirty years after winning ... Read more [atom_content] =>

. The charismatic Welsh actor adds a new Oscar nomination with his role in ‘The Father’.

. Demystifies the profession: “To be an actor you don’t have to be a genius or a great intellectual effort.”

. “We’re all going to die and that’s the blackest and funniest joke,” he says.

Thirty years after winning his first Oscar for one of the most iconic characters in film history, the Hannibal Lecter from ‘The Silence of the Lambs’, Anthony Hopkins could repeat figurine with ‘The father’ in a radically opposite and fragile record of a man suffering from senile dementia. Both he and his co-star and daughter in fiction, Olivia Colman, they have been nominated, as has the film itself and the adapted script.

In real life, the actor of Welsh origin exhibits a friendly demeanor and excellent humor that contrasts with the turbulence of his characters: he tells anecdotes, recites poems and puts his audience in his pocket, including Colman, turned into one more listener in a telematic interview with several international media. “Life is absurd, it’s ridiculous, we take everything too seriously,” says 83-year-old Hopkins. “I try to cultivate the art of indifference, not in a sense of coldness, but the things that a few years ago I thought important now do not seem so to me, we are all going to die and that is the blackest and funniest joke.”

‘El padre’, premiered in Spain on December 23 and now expanding its presence in theaters ahead of the Oscars, is the debut feature of the French writer and playwright Florian Zeller. His great discovery is that he places the viewer in the mind of the patient, makes him experience his confusion, his anger, his fear.

Keeping the brain active

Hopkins remembers that when he read the script he felt something similar to what happened to him with ‘The Silence of the Lambs’. He knew instantly that he wanted to. “I met with Florian and said yes, but I had pending the filming of ‘The two Popes’ (along with Jonathan Pryce and the direction of Fernando Meirelles) and I was really worried that they would not wait for me, but they did, “he says.

In the case of Hannibal Lecter, Hopkins recalls that when he began to read the script, he asked his agent if the deal was already closed. “He said no and I didn’t want to read any more until I knew, because he was the best character I could have ever dreamed of.”

He says that to keep his brain active he plays the piano, paints, or memorizes poems from Dylan ThomasBut when it comes to talking about his merits as an actor or uncovering the secrets of some of the most legendary scenes of his career, he insists on downplaying it. “Acting does not require being a genius or a great intellectual effort, there will be people who are interested in making it look like that, but no,” he defends.

“In ‘The Silence of the Lambs’ Jodie [Foster] He came with a coffee in hand, we would stare at each other through a glass wall and drop the text. It is done. Sometimes we still meet to eat together and we talk about how much fun this way of making a living is. “

According to Zeller, Hopkins is an instinctive actor. “I’m just old”, replies the interpreter, “I’ve been active for many years so I know some tricks; Stanislavski method it’s wonderful and I practiced it when I was young, but now it’s more common sense than anything else. “

“When you reach 83, I don’t know if you’re smarter or stupider, but you certainly don’t waste your time thinking too much about yourself,” he adds. “When it comes to acting, I just do it and that’s it, and with an actress like Olivia, a wonderful director and a good script like this, that’s the most important thing,” he adds in reference to ‘The father’.

Messages to the subconscious

However, at another point in the interview he confesses that when they were filming, between takes, he would stand in front of a mirror and repeat to himself: ‘This is just a game, okay? I do not suffer from dementia, I’m acting, I’m acting. ‘

“You have to be careful with the message that you transfer to your subconscious because it can be believed,” he explains. “I remind my brain of things, when it tells me that my memory is failing or that I am getting older, I say no, that I am still young and strong, and the brain believes it, it really works. “

Nor does he practice looking back too much. “My past seems like a dream to me, I feel like I can’t be responsible for anything, I don’t know why I became an actor, I don’t remember, I tend to think that everything has been a solipsism, that my parents never existed, they are only memories” .

Strange promises

Related news

His father died more than 40 years ago from heart disease. “He was in the hospital and I knew he was dying, that he was not going to leave, but suddenly you see yourself making strange promises; I told him that when he got out I would take him on a car trip from New York to Los Angeles and a few days later I went to see him and he was sitting there with a road map of the United States, so happy. ” “It is painful when you know that they are dying but I suppose the only thing you can do is reassure them and let them know that you are there,” he says.

His mother passed away years later. “My wife was with her Stella and to reassure her she told her that when she reached the other side she would meet her husband again. My mother, who was not very religious, replied: ‘Will it cost me a lot?’ He had a great sense of humor at the end. ”

We want to say thanks to the writer of this write-up for this remarkable material

Anthony Hopkins: “Life is absurd, we take everything too seriously”

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Big companies would act solely out of self-interest. Examples of that sentiment are the criticism of Heineken’s encouragement to vaccinate or Ben & Jerry’s (Unilever) sales freeze in the Israeli-occupied West Bank. Something is being sought behind; it would just be about selling.

According to health scientists such as Jaap Seidell and Jutka Halberstadt influence companies the scientific and public opinion shameless and cunning. They see colleagues who put themselves at the mercy of the industry and produce study results with favorable outcomes for the product under study. Lobbyists visit politicians and governments with the aim of watering down policy. The Agreement on the Improvement of Product Composition, which was aimed at getting the business community to reduce the percentage of sugar, salt and saturated fat, has failed, say the Consumers’ Association and the RIVM. Putting meaning and a better society at the forefront cost Danone’s CEO Emmanuel Faber his position. That is fine with the status of ‘entreprise à mission’, but then the results must not be left behind and the share price must remain positive.

us vs them
There seems to be an us and a them. We are the consumers, NGOs, the government and activist scientists like Seidell. We want companies to take responsibility for people’s health and therefore adapt their products to healthier ones. They are the powerful big corporations, doing everything they can to sell as much as possible, at all costs, even if the price is the health of consumers. We have nothing in common, it seems, that we can relate to. We do not share values ​​that can lead our actions to cooperate.

An interpretation of the history of our existence can help to better understand the situation that has arisen.

(No) shared values
Man is a herd animal that finds protection against dangers in groups. People need to form a relationship with each other, because only together are they strong enough to survive constant threats. This also includes shared values, which everyone implicitly accepts. Within the group you will not steal, not kill, and so on. It took people thousands of years to refine their mutual behavior into an ethic. To eventually end up in the time of the industrial revolution (late 18th, early 19th century). It made a money economy possible. Before then you were rich if you had land with serfs who depended on your land and tilled it for you. You needed the others and they needed you. Everyone depended on each other, everyone took and gave, although one was much more powerful than the other. The fate of the nobleman and landowner was tied to his serfs. Lord and serf needed each other. One had the land on which the others worked and which they all ate. The lord became rich from what was left. He could trade with it and that made him rich, while his subjects remained poor.

The industrial revolution and the evolving technology after that democratized the possibilities of getting rich. The serfs moved away from the country to the city where they could work in factories and earn a salary. In the beginning, that was certainly more poverty than fat, but eventually this new industrial world developed into the modern money economy. Everyone seemed to be able to participate in a richer life. After the First and Second World Wars, governments ensured affordable food and the spread of the wealth that could arise as a result. That worked out great. But where before the industrial revolution there were still shared values, these more and more disappeared.

Because with the French revolution, roughly simultaneously with the industrial revolution, we are throwing old self-evident value patterns overboard. Nietzsche declared God dead. From that moment on there were no more obvious things and we had to create our own world and values. The development of technology and further mechanization of the industrial world continued. We are now further along and digitization is replacing industrialization. Together they further remove people from the realization that they are dependent on each other. The values ​​that everyone seemed to subscribe to was the pursuit of prosperity for all. We made our society into a liberal society: a society based on maximum individual freedom, technological development and making money in a free market. And with as little interference as possible from governments, let alone from the church.

Neoliberalism since the 1970s
Since the 70s and 80s of the last century, it came neoliberalism on. This entails a reinforcement of the free market model, which is actively legitimized by the government. Money and the good become synonymous. Or, as Gordon Gekko said in the movie Wall Street (1987): greed – for lack of a better word – is good. Greed is right. Greed works.

Due to the development of technology, there is no longer any question of forced cooperation between people who are constantly under threat. This also leaves out the basic values ​​that are based on that cooperation. The role of the government and the tax burden are being reduced, privatizations are the order of the day. Neoliberalism and consumerism are closely intertwined. This is the context in which companies have been able to grow into large, powerful entities, where the sky the limit seems to be. Collaboration is no longer necessary, and until recently we didn’t realize that nature would force us to do it again.

But now it is. There appear to be limits to growth. We realize that we have a major climate problem and a biodiversity crisis and that obese people in particular are becoming seriously ill due to a new virus. We have placed such an emphasis on earning money and prosperity for as many people as possible that we thought we no longer needed any other public values. This also means that we do not have a common idea of ​​where we want to go and how we want to overcome the dangers.

SMEs and start-ups could make the difference. They seem to be more in line with the ‘we’. The Vegetarian Butcher is an example of such a company in the green corner that wants to protect humanity from the danger from outside. ‘We’ loved it when it was still the founders, because they wanted to save the world from climate change and animal suffering. After the owners sold it to Unilever, it suddenly became a lot less OK, while the company just kept doing the same. Interesting, right?

Earnings model no longer enough

So there are threats, but we have forgotten our common values ​​and have lost the ability to develop them together in dependence on each other. Companies try to solve the climate problem with revenue models, while it is about the value of dependence on each other. And pointing at the government immediately creates embarrassment.

Still, a growing group of experts say it’s time for governments to set food requirements. There should be ‘seat belts and crumple zones’ for foodstuffs and stimulants. However, this is so far-reaching that governments cannot do this without deeply intervening in existing structures, which they themselves not only allowed, but also helped to create. Government intervention would seriously harm the legal interests of companies. Against this background, we can better understand the above-mentioned shyness. It is not so easy for the government to intervene in our food system.

Like-minded people find each other
The public that needs to be protected also resists. We are addicted to our pleasure. We still want to be able to freely choose what we eat and drink. No government should be allowed to decide what someone does or does not ingest.

Initiatives from alternative circuits, such as new forms of citizen cooperatives, on the other hand, have the wind at their back. Kees Klomp, champion of the Meaning Economy: “Corporates are becoming the dinosaurs of our time. Energy or food cooperatives are much more resilient to these times.” In such cooperatives, like-minded people who want a better world find each other. They succeed in addressing people on values, aimed at common values, which transcend individual interests.

Companies as scapegoats
Traditional companies that only pursue their own interests do not fit into the Klomp camp. After all, they made the world as it is today. ‘Big corporations that get rich off the backs of all the people. They make us drive wrong cars. They make us eat unhealthy food,’ – we all know such language. In such a situation, us-them thinking thrives. And it feeds the mistrust, which we need to understand better.

The question is whether we did not want that car and unhealthy food ourselves. Not only do we arrive at different insights, large companies do too. After all, they live off the earth, some of them also realize that we need to make a radical change, that we have to move towards a circular economy. Moreover, they have a lot of change power. But it’s easier to shut ourselves up in small communities of like-minded people and choose a scapegoat, because of course we have to move on.

You establish your values ​​in communication with each other. (Social) media is not cooperating in this regard. Media are powerful enhancers of this us-them thinking. Media seek the difference and are therefore made to diverge, to disagree with each other. They feed individualism. If we don’t disagree, it doesn’t matter. Another element also plays a role: differences in communication styles between generations. Isn’t it crazy for the over-50s to communicate about Major Interests and Major Goals, want to convince the younger generations or be convinced to participate in something and then have fun with it?

What we fail to realize, however, is that in times of crisis it is a luxury to disagree. The question is also whether we are still in a luxury position. In other words, aren’t the current crises forcing us to think more inclusively? Can we afford to keep thinking divergently, isn’t collaboration sorely needed? If you don’t come to common action and fight each other out, will you make progress? And if you are already ready to collaborate, how do you shape the communication that can lead to new common values?

SMEs and start-ups could make the difference. They seem to be more in line with the ‘we’. The Vegetarian Butcher is an example of such a company in the green corner that wants to protect humanity from the danger from outside. ‘We’ loved it when it was still the founders, because they wanted to save the world from climate change and animal suffering. After the owners sold it to Unilever, it suddenly became a lot less OK, while the company just kept doing the same. Interesting, right?

We want to say thanks to the writer of this post for this outstanding material

‘We’ boycott large companies – ‘They’ are the bastards and have the greatest change power in house – Foodlog

) [summary] => Big companies would act solely out of self-interest. Examples of that sentiment are the criticism of Heineken’s encouragement to vaccinate or Ben & Jerry’s (Unilever) sales freeze in the Israeli-occupied West Bank. Something is being sought behind; it would just be about selling. According to health scientists such as Jaap Seidell and Jutka Halberstadt influence ... Read more [atom_content] =>

Big companies would act solely out of self-interest. Examples of that sentiment are the criticism of Heineken’s encouragement to vaccinate or Ben & Jerry’s (Unilever) sales freeze in the Israeli-occupied West Bank. Something is being sought behind; it would just be about selling.

According to health scientists such as Jaap Seidell and Jutka Halberstadt influence companies the scientific and public opinion shameless and cunning. They see colleagues who put themselves at the mercy of the industry and produce study results with favorable outcomes for the product under study. Lobbyists visit politicians and governments with the aim of watering down policy. The Agreement on the Improvement of Product Composition, which was aimed at getting the business community to reduce the percentage of sugar, salt and saturated fat, has failed, say the Consumers’ Association and the RIVM. Putting meaning and a better society at the forefront cost Danone’s CEO Emmanuel Faber his position. That is fine with the status of ‘entreprise à mission’, but then the results must not be left behind and the share price must remain positive.

us vs them
There seems to be an us and a them. We are the consumers, NGOs, the government and activist scientists like Seidell. We want companies to take responsibility for people’s health and therefore adapt their products to healthier ones. They are the powerful big corporations, doing everything they can to sell as much as possible, at all costs, even if the price is the health of consumers. We have nothing in common, it seems, that we can relate to. We do not share values ​​that can lead our actions to cooperate.

An interpretation of the history of our existence can help to better understand the situation that has arisen.

(No) shared values
Man is a herd animal that finds protection against dangers in groups. People need to form a relationship with each other, because only together are they strong enough to survive constant threats. This also includes shared values, which everyone implicitly accepts. Within the group you will not steal, not kill, and so on. It took people thousands of years to refine their mutual behavior into an ethic. To eventually end up in the time of the industrial revolution (late 18th, early 19th century). It made a money economy possible. Before then you were rich if you had land with serfs who depended on your land and tilled it for you. You needed the others and they needed you. Everyone depended on each other, everyone took and gave, although one was much more powerful than the other. The fate of the nobleman and landowner was tied to his serfs. Lord and serf needed each other. One had the land on which the others worked and which they all ate. The lord became rich from what was left. He could trade with it and that made him rich, while his subjects remained poor.

The industrial revolution and the evolving technology after that democratized the possibilities of getting rich. The serfs moved away from the country to the city where they could work in factories and earn a salary. In the beginning, that was certainly more poverty than fat, but eventually this new industrial world developed into the modern money economy. Everyone seemed to be able to participate in a richer life. After the First and Second World Wars, governments ensured affordable food and the spread of the wealth that could arise as a result. That worked out great. But where before the industrial revolution there were still shared values, these more and more disappeared.

Because with the French revolution, roughly simultaneously with the industrial revolution, we are throwing old self-evident value patterns overboard. Nietzsche declared God dead. From that moment on there were no more obvious things and we had to create our own world and values. The development of technology and further mechanization of the industrial world continued. We are now further along and digitization is replacing industrialization. Together they further remove people from the realization that they are dependent on each other. The values ​​that everyone seemed to subscribe to was the pursuit of prosperity for all. We made our society into a liberal society: a society based on maximum individual freedom, technological development and making money in a free market. And with as little interference as possible from governments, let alone from the church.

Neoliberalism since the 1970s
Since the 70s and 80s of the last century, it came neoliberalism on. This entails a reinforcement of the free market model, which is actively legitimized by the government. Money and the good become synonymous. Or, as Gordon Gekko said in the movie Wall Street (1987): greed – for lack of a better word – is good. Greed is right. Greed works.

Due to the development of technology, there is no longer any question of forced cooperation between people who are constantly under threat. This also leaves out the basic values ​​that are based on that cooperation. The role of the government and the tax burden are being reduced, privatizations are the order of the day. Neoliberalism and consumerism are closely intertwined. This is the context in which companies have been able to grow into large, powerful entities, where the sky the limit seems to be. Collaboration is no longer necessary, and until recently we didn’t realize that nature would force us to do it again.

But now it is. There appear to be limits to growth. We realize that we have a major climate problem and a biodiversity crisis and that obese people in particular are becoming seriously ill due to a new virus. We have placed such an emphasis on earning money and prosperity for as many people as possible that we thought we no longer needed any other public values. This also means that we do not have a common idea of ​​where we want to go and how we want to overcome the dangers.

SMEs and start-ups could make the difference. They seem to be more in line with the ‘we’. The Vegetarian Butcher is an example of such a company in the green corner that wants to protect humanity from the danger from outside. ‘We’ loved it when it was still the founders, because they wanted to save the world from climate change and animal suffering. After the owners sold it to Unilever, it suddenly became a lot less OK, while the company just kept doing the same. Interesting, right?

Earnings model no longer enough

So there are threats, but we have forgotten our common values ​​and have lost the ability to develop them together in dependence on each other. Companies try to solve the climate problem with revenue models, while it is about the value of dependence on each other. And pointing at the government immediately creates embarrassment.

Still, a growing group of experts say it’s time for governments to set food requirements. There should be ‘seat belts and crumple zones’ for foodstuffs and stimulants. However, this is so far-reaching that governments cannot do this without deeply intervening in existing structures, which they themselves not only allowed, but also helped to create. Government intervention would seriously harm the legal interests of companies. Against this background, we can better understand the above-mentioned shyness. It is not so easy for the government to intervene in our food system.

Like-minded people find each other
The public that needs to be protected also resists. We are addicted to our pleasure. We still want to be able to freely choose what we eat and drink. No government should be allowed to decide what someone does or does not ingest.

Initiatives from alternative circuits, such as new forms of citizen cooperatives, on the other hand, have the wind at their back. Kees Klomp, champion of the Meaning Economy: “Corporates are becoming the dinosaurs of our time. Energy or food cooperatives are much more resilient to these times.” In such cooperatives, like-minded people who want a better world find each other. They succeed in addressing people on values, aimed at common values, which transcend individual interests.

Companies as scapegoats
Traditional companies that only pursue their own interests do not fit into the Klomp camp. After all, they made the world as it is today. ‘Big corporations that get rich off the backs of all the people. They make us drive wrong cars. They make us eat unhealthy food,’ – we all know such language. In such a situation, us-them thinking thrives. And it feeds the mistrust, which we need to understand better.

The question is whether we did not want that car and unhealthy food ourselves. Not only do we arrive at different insights, large companies do too. After all, they live off the earth, some of them also realize that we need to make a radical change, that we have to move towards a circular economy. Moreover, they have a lot of change power. But it’s easier to shut ourselves up in small communities of like-minded people and choose a scapegoat, because of course we have to move on.

You establish your values ​​in communication with each other. (Social) media is not cooperating in this regard. Media are powerful enhancers of this us-them thinking. Media seek the difference and are therefore made to diverge, to disagree with each other. They feed individualism. If we don’t disagree, it doesn’t matter. Another element also plays a role: differences in communication styles between generations. Isn’t it crazy for the over-50s to communicate about Major Interests and Major Goals, want to convince the younger generations or be convinced to participate in something and then have fun with it?

What we fail to realize, however, is that in times of crisis it is a luxury to disagree. The question is also whether we are still in a luxury position. In other words, aren’t the current crises forcing us to think more inclusively? Can we afford to keep thinking divergently, isn’t collaboration sorely needed? If you don’t come to common action and fight each other out, will you make progress? And if you are already ready to collaborate, how do you shape the communication that can lead to new common values?

SMEs and start-ups could make the difference. They seem to be more in line with the ‘we’. The Vegetarian Butcher is an example of such a company in the green corner that wants to protect humanity from the danger from outside. ‘We’ loved it when it was still the founders, because they wanted to save the world from climate change and animal suffering. After the owners sold it to Unilever, it suddenly became a lot less OK, while the company just kept doing the same. Interesting, right?

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‘We’ boycott large companies – ‘They’ are the bastards and have the greatest change power in house – Foodlog

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Blessed are the patients. Last week, due to the holiday, meant that we didn’t have the highlights of the week here in your MNS. It must have been hard to live for seven days without hand-picked news to get to know. But the wait is over. Check out the list of what’s most amazing arrived at the newsroom.

Nabou

Highlight of the highlights – Oruã

What a delicious twist comes from RJ with the music gross essence, do Oruã. Imagine your body being thrown into a huge dough mixer. The one, whose paddles slowly move your being in a circular pan, mixing it with a stubborn guitar, an incredible keyboard and perfect drums.

new classic disc

Is it possible to make classic disco music with the look of a new hit? Silver Twins Of Funk (with help from Jenny Silver) proves yes. It has everything you would expect from a Diana Ross cookie. Palms, desperate soul vocals, a hell of a groove and, in the case of DTF (Down to Funk, Are You?), stoned synthesizers and guitar solos. Ah! And they are Scandinavian.

Alligator in fashion

This sensational composition of Duane, Braga e Friends with the participation of Cris, call Alligator, unites several Rio de Janeiro elements in an intriguing amalgam. It has the nonsense and contagious humor of Jorge Ben, a funky composition, pop and sophisticated at the same time. Weird. Too good. Don’t fuck with Alligator!

Maringo

rocket tail, do Charme Chulo, it is difficult to decipher. It combines beats from the north of the country with a half-vanerão accent, as the staff is from Maringá, which results in a kind of tacky, half-dancing, good-humored thing, which from here on we’ll call it maringo. The band mentions rural rock influences from Sá, Rodrix & Guarabira, but here, the flavor has tones of Graforréia Xilarmônica, greetings from the state of Rio Grande do Sul.

Rock fuzz existencial

A delightful surprise to watch the new video for Adriana Vieira for the music should sell. Sublime production (which is from the Marcelo Callado) for an exquisite song, one that arouses a giant desire to see it live. Seventy rocker groove, an unexpected melody in the voice and a party vibe, reminiscent of Of Melo. Wow!

Something magic

Cidrais and Gerry G

Cidrais and Gerri G – photo: Matheus Conrado

The song Entre, by the brothers cider with Gerri G. it has something of a mantra. It’s a mess in here. The 4×4 beats, the percussion sparkles and the way it’s sung, in addition to the majestic lyrics repeated throughout the song take you from one place to another. A better place.

Piracicaba Indie Psychedelia

gray room

Gray Room – photo: disclosure

The city of São Paulo, Piracicaba, has long been known as a source of modernity, since the days of the Killing Chainsaw bana. That’s where the Locomotiva festival took place, one of the most interesting in the country for indie rock fans. And it is precisely from within this festival-producing nucleus that the band Sala Cinza comes out. The sound has the face of Locomotiva, which has now also become a record label. Making Piracicaba great again!

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Jota Wagner

Jota Wagner has been writing, disco, and partying in Brazil and Europe since the early 90s. He is currently editor in chief of Music Non Stop and cultural producer at Agência 55. He has contributed, using his ears, feet or hands, to the dawn of Brazilian electronic music.

We wish to say thanks to the writer of this post for this amazing content

Weekly Highlights: Psychedelic Rock, MPB Mantras and more

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Blessed are the patients. Last week, due to the holiday, meant that we didn’t have the highlights of the week here in your MNS. It must have been hard to live for seven days without hand-picked news to get to know. But the wait is over. Check out the list of what’s most amazing arrived at the newsroom.

Nabou

Highlight of the highlights – Oruã

What a delicious twist comes from RJ with the music gross essence, do Oruã. Imagine your body being thrown into a huge dough mixer. The one, whose paddles slowly move your being in a circular pan, mixing it with a stubborn guitar, an incredible keyboard and perfect drums.

new classic disc

Is it possible to make classic disco music with the look of a new hit? Silver Twins Of Funk (with help from Jenny Silver) proves yes. It has everything you would expect from a Diana Ross cookie. Palms, desperate soul vocals, a hell of a groove and, in the case of DTF (Down to Funk, Are You?), stoned synthesizers and guitar solos. Ah! And they are Scandinavian.

Alligator in fashion

This sensational composition of Duane, Braga e Friends with the participation of Cris, call Alligator, unites several Rio de Janeiro elements in an intriguing amalgam. It has the nonsense and contagious humor of Jorge Ben, a funky composition, pop and sophisticated at the same time. Weird. Too good. Don’t fuck with Alligator!

Maringo

rocket tail, do Charme Chulo, it is difficult to decipher. It combines beats from the north of the country with a half-vanerão accent, as the staff is from Maringá, which results in a kind of tacky, half-dancing, good-humored thing, which from here on we’ll call it maringo. The band mentions rural rock influences from Sá, Rodrix & Guarabira, but here, the flavor has tones of Graforréia Xilarmônica, greetings from the state of Rio Grande do Sul.

Rock fuzz existencial

A delightful surprise to watch the new video for Adriana Vieira for the music should sell. Sublime production (which is from the Marcelo Callado) for an exquisite song, one that arouses a giant desire to see it live. Seventy rocker groove, an unexpected melody in the voice and a party vibe, reminiscent of Of Melo. Wow!

Something magic

Cidrais and Gerry G

Cidrais and Gerri G – photo: Matheus Conrado

The song Entre, by the brothers cider with Gerri G. it has something of a mantra. It’s a mess in here. The 4×4 beats, the percussion sparkles and the way it’s sung, in addition to the majestic lyrics repeated throughout the song take you from one place to another. A better place.

Piracicaba Indie Psychedelia

gray room

Gray Room – photo: disclosure

The city of São Paulo, Piracicaba, has long been known as a source of modernity, since the days of the Killing Chainsaw bana. That’s where the Locomotiva festival took place, one of the most interesting in the country for indie rock fans. And it is precisely from within this festival-producing nucleus that the band Sala Cinza comes out. The sound has the face of Locomotiva, which has now also become a record label. Making Piracicaba great again!

178776193 10222966477363490 1153757738417113280 n

Jota Wagner

Jota Wagner has been writing, disco, and partying in Brazil and Europe since the early 90s. He is currently editor in chief of Music Non Stop and cultural producer at Agência 55. He has contributed, using his ears, feet or hands, to the dawn of Brazilian electronic music.

We wish to say thanks to the writer of this post for this amazing content

Weekly Highlights: Psychedelic Rock, MPB Mantras and more

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During a live broadcast of the next adaptation ofAvatar: The Last Airbender de Netflix, actor Paul Sun-Hyung Lee rolled his eyes as he spoke of the talented young cast of the series.

In a video posted on Reddit, Lee, who plays Uncle Iroh, compared the experience of his first day of filming for the series Avatar of Netflix with his stage in La Kim convenience. “It’s special, it’s special, when you see a wall of … faces that look like yours,” he said regarding the series’ commitment to the diversity of characters. “It’s unbelievable, it’s unbelievable, and with something like AirbenderYou can’t go the other way, you can’t, and there’s that … deep consideration when it comes to casting and everyone on that wall too, it’s not just because of the color of their skin. They are all consummate actors, it’s amazing. Is incredible”.

Lee praised his individual co-stars, describing actor Gordon Cormier, who plays Aang, as “a revelation”, Kiawentiio (Katara) as “a luxury actress” and predicting that Ian Ousley “will steal every scene he’s in. “like Sokka. On the role of Dallas Liu as the exiled prince Zuko, he said: “I really want to work with him. We had a rehearsal today and it blew my mind, it blew my mind. There is going to be an incredible amount of heart, fun and excitement in this series and I think the fans are going to love it. I think the fans, and the people that I’ve never seen before, I have a really good feeling about this and uh … yeah I’m super excited to be a part of this. “.

After Netflix announced the cast of Lee as Iroh, the actor tweeted his desire to bring “honor and justice to this character while still making him my own.” Theannouncement was celebrated by the co-star ofKim Convenience de Lee, Simu Liu, whose Marvel movie Shang-Chi and the legend of the ten rings was recently added to Disney +. The adult cast of Avatar It will also include Daniel Dae Kim as Iroh’s brother and series antagonist, Fire Lord Ozai, marking Kim’s return to the franchise. Avatar having served as a voice actor in both the original animated series and its sequel The Legend of Korra.

Uncle Iroh, who first appeared in the pilot for Avatar: The Last Airbender, was Zuko’s guardian and mentor throughout the series, teaching his grandson the wisdom of the four nations beyond the Fire Nation propaganda. The character’s voice was voiced by Mako Iwamatsu (that is, Mako) for the first two seasons, but after his death in 2006, actor Greg Baldwin took over for the third and final season. Baldwin would return later as Iroh in La legend of korra, revealing that, after the character’s death, he had settled in the Spirit World.

The Serie Avatar: The Last Airbender Netflix is ​​currently in production.

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Avatar’s Paul Sun-Hyung Lee in tears when discussing Netflix live-action adaptation

) [summary] => During a live broadcast of the next adaptation ofAvatar: The Last Airbender de Netflix, actor Paul Sun-Hyung Lee rolled his eyes as he spoke of the talented young cast of the series. In a video posted on Reddit, Lee, who plays Uncle Iroh, compared the experience of his first day of filming for the series ... Read more [atom_content] =>

During a live broadcast of the next adaptation ofAvatar: The Last Airbender de Netflix, actor Paul Sun-Hyung Lee rolled his eyes as he spoke of the talented young cast of the series.

In a video posted on Reddit, Lee, who plays Uncle Iroh, compared the experience of his first day of filming for the series Avatar of Netflix with his stage in La Kim convenience. “It’s special, it’s special, when you see a wall of … faces that look like yours,” he said regarding the series’ commitment to the diversity of characters. “It’s unbelievable, it’s unbelievable, and with something like AirbenderYou can’t go the other way, you can’t, and there’s that … deep consideration when it comes to casting and everyone on that wall too, it’s not just because of the color of their skin. They are all consummate actors, it’s amazing. Is incredible”.

Lee praised his individual co-stars, describing actor Gordon Cormier, who plays Aang, as “a revelation”, Kiawentiio (Katara) as “a luxury actress” and predicting that Ian Ousley “will steal every scene he’s in. “like Sokka. On the role of Dallas Liu as the exiled prince Zuko, he said: “I really want to work with him. We had a rehearsal today and it blew my mind, it blew my mind. There is going to be an incredible amount of heart, fun and excitement in this series and I think the fans are going to love it. I think the fans, and the people that I’ve never seen before, I have a really good feeling about this and uh … yeah I’m super excited to be a part of this. “.

After Netflix announced the cast of Lee as Iroh, the actor tweeted his desire to bring “honor and justice to this character while still making him my own.” Theannouncement was celebrated by the co-star ofKim Convenience de Lee, Simu Liu, whose Marvel movie Shang-Chi and the legend of the ten rings was recently added to Disney +. The adult cast of Avatar It will also include Daniel Dae Kim as Iroh’s brother and series antagonist, Fire Lord Ozai, marking Kim’s return to the franchise. Avatar having served as a voice actor in both the original animated series and its sequel The Legend of Korra.

Uncle Iroh, who first appeared in the pilot for Avatar: The Last Airbender, was Zuko’s guardian and mentor throughout the series, teaching his grandson the wisdom of the four nations beyond the Fire Nation propaganda. The character’s voice was voiced by Mako Iwamatsu (that is, Mako) for the first two seasons, but after his death in 2006, actor Greg Baldwin took over for the third and final season. Baldwin would return later as Iroh in La legend of korra, revealing that, after the character’s death, he had settled in the Spirit World.

The Serie Avatar: The Last Airbender Netflix is ​​currently in production.

We wish to give thanks to the author of this write-up for this remarkable material

Avatar’s Paul Sun-Hyung Lee in tears when discussing Netflix live-action adaptation

) [4] => Array ( [title] => Interview with DANU & Still Charles: “Red eyes is like a badly taken photo but it represents an important moment …” [link] => https://fuzzyskunk.com/uncategorized/interview-with-danu-still-charles-red-eyes-is-like-a-badly-taken-photo-but-it-represents-an-important-moment/ [pubdate] => Sat, 27 Nov 2021 05:35:28 +0000 [guid] => https://fuzzyskunk.com/?p=6878 [description] => In the past few weeks it has been out Red eyes, single of the couple formed by DAY & Still Charles, a song that at the time of its release has conquered the cover of the playlist Sanguegiovane from Spotify. For the occasion we reached the two artists for an interview but first let’s get ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

In the past few weeks it has been out Red eyes, single of the couple formed by DAY & Still Charles, a song that at the time of its release has conquered the cover of the playlist Sanguegiovane from Spotify. For the occasion we reached the two artists for an interview but first let’s get to know them better.

Daniele Nunziata, in art DAY, was born in Empoli on June 9, 1995. The boy started writing and composing about three years ago, after moving to Milan and graduating in Sound Engineering at Sae Institute.

His first single comes out in April 2020, but the song that allows him to get noticed and expand his audience is it was nice, released in August 2021, a song that manages to total 400,000 plays on Spotify in less than 3 months, to enter twice in Top Viral 50 and to be featured on some of the most influential playlists of Spotify come Indie Italy, Generation Z, Sad Indie e Indie school (in the latter he also manages to win the cover)

Carlo Aprea, in art Still Charles, was born in Ancona on 21 June 2000. From an early age he became passionate about the world of music starting to play the piano at the age of 10 and continuing for 8 years. At the age of 18 he began to play the guitar as a self-taught and from that moment he began to write his first songs.

In May 2021 he made his independent debut with Wembley but the real leap forward comes with the release of the single Upside down in July 2021. This piece manages to reach over 200,000 streams on Spotify and to enter independently in the Viral 50, and in the editorial playlist bloodgiovane; conquering even the cover.

Both artists are now working on their respective debut albums in the meantime it is out with distribution ADA Music Italy Red eyes.

DANU & STILL CHARLES RED EYES

DAY & Still Charles they discovered each other through listening to their respective singles it was nice’ e Upside down‘, and so, almost as if by fate, they got in touch and decided to give life to this spontaneous and unexpected union.

The song was written by the two guys and produced by Pietro Celona. Red eyes is an energetic and emotional song at the same time, which tells the memories of a love story through indie and pop-punk veins. In the piece, the two artists observe the past with nostalgia and emotion, telling reality in a simple and effective way.

Here’s how i tell it DAY & Still Charles:

Love always marks, whether it lasts for years or a few months. Life goes on, but as much as you try to forget, some moments will always remain, as if captured in faded photos. The title “red eyes” fully represents the spontaneity of those memories.

Interview

Hi guys welcome to All Music Italia, first of all tell us how your collaboration was born, we know that you “bumped” each other on Spotify and from there it all started… tell us!

Yes, we met by complimenting us on Instagram for our respective singles, after a few days we both ended up in Viral 50 Italia and we saw it a bit as a sign. So we decided to try to combine our styles in a piece that would give both of us the opportunity to express their music.

What is “red eyes” about?

“Red eyes” is a song that tells the end of a story through everyday images, intimate and raw in some ways. Photos with red eyes are photos taken badly, in a hurry, wrong. But they represent a moment when you were enjoying the moment, and therefore, even if not perfect, they are beautiful as well. Of the finished stories you are left with images, which capture moments that you will always remember.

You met thanks to streaming platforms and both come from important numbers. Streaming is now the main means for discovering new artists and every day new phenomena emerge that grind plays on plays. What do you think of all this?

STILL: Surely for us young artists, the world of streaming platforms is a great opportunity to highlight our music and our style; for example, today, joining an editorial playlist of Spotify, gives you the opportunity to be heard by thousands of people, including characters more integrated into the world of music.

However it must be said that it is not at all easy to show off; there are many emerging artists who, despite constantly publishing new releases, are unable to enter the tour of the straming, now more and more overcrowded. All this to say that no one gives you anything, to get noticed you must try to create an interesting project, which stands out from the crowd and, above all, which allows you to express your potential to the fullest.

DAY: We are living in a moment where thousands of songs come out every day, everyone can afford to put their song on the platforms and this has both advantages and disadvantages. It’s nice that everyone can have their say, but at the same time it’s hard to get noticed in this sea of ​​music.

So when you manage to do it, as in our case, you have to be good at exploiting the moment and giving yourself a plan. Because if it is true that many phenomena arise quickly, it is also true that they end up in oblivion just as quickly.

How was your passion for music born and what inspires you the most in composition?

STILL: Since I was a child I have always been fascinated and immersed in music: I started playing the piano in elementary school until at 17 I started strumming the guitar as a self-taught; from that moment the first songs were born and I realized how much I really liked writing and playing something of my own, an escape valve and a refuge from everyday life.

My main source of inspiration is everyday life: everything that happens around me is a source of inspiration for my songs.

DAY: I recently discovered this passion for the active part of music, for most of my life I have always been just a simple listener. Music came to my rescue in a dark moment, writing songs gave me the way to react.

So you can understand that in most cases my inspiration comes from emotions and feelings that I feel directly, be it a relationship, a trip or a movie.

What are your artistic influences?

STILL : I think that in my releases published so far it is difficult to distinguish a real artistic influence. I have always listened to a lot of music and many different genres trying to get the best from everyone, from 80s / 90s rock, to American rap, up to the indie pop of recent years.

As for foreign artists, I listen most of all Red Hot, Coldplay ,Machine Gun Kelly, while in Italian music my favorites are coez, Rkomi e Carl Brave.

DAY: I listen to very different music and this allows me to be super open in the making of my songs. coez has always been an example in writing, then also Gazelles, Frah Quintale e Gio Evan. But then my favorite plays come from America, above all Jeremy Zucker, LANY, Blackbear.

Will you work together again in the future?

There is this possibility …

What should we expect from your music and what are your next projects?

STILL: I hope no one ever expects anything from my music; in fact a cornerstone in my musical project is to try to vary as much as possible, trying to remain as faithful as possible to my style and to what has brought me here so far, that is to see music as fun and as a refuge from the real world.

As for the near future, a new single of mine will be released in the first week of December, which will surely be part of a future EP / Album!

DAY: I love to range between various genres and you can already understand it by listening it was nice e Red eyes. I want to show various parts of me and that’s what I’m doing in making the album. It is almost ready! But first I will release a few more singles to try to expand the fanbase a little more.

We would love to say thanks to the author of this post for this awesome content

Interview with DANU & Still Charles: “Red eyes is like a badly taken photo but it represents an important moment …”

) [summary] => In the past few weeks it has been out Red eyes, single of the couple formed by DAY & Still Charles, a song that at the time of its release has conquered the cover of the playlist Sanguegiovane from Spotify. For the occasion we reached the two artists for an interview but first let’s get ... Read more [atom_content] =>

In the past few weeks it has been out Red eyes, single of the couple formed by DAY & Still Charles, a song that at the time of its release has conquered the cover of the playlist Sanguegiovane from Spotify. For the occasion we reached the two artists for an interview but first let’s get to know them better.

Daniele Nunziata, in art DAY, was born in Empoli on June 9, 1995. The boy started writing and composing about three years ago, after moving to Milan and graduating in Sound Engineering at Sae Institute.

His first single comes out in April 2020, but the song that allows him to get noticed and expand his audience is it was nice, released in August 2021, a song that manages to total 400,000 plays on Spotify in less than 3 months, to enter twice in Top Viral 50 and to be featured on some of the most influential playlists of Spotify come Indie Italy, Generation Z, Sad Indie e Indie school (in the latter he also manages to win the cover)

Carlo Aprea, in art Still Charles, was born in Ancona on 21 June 2000. From an early age he became passionate about the world of music starting to play the piano at the age of 10 and continuing for 8 years. At the age of 18 he began to play the guitar as a self-taught and from that moment he began to write his first songs.

In May 2021 he made his independent debut with Wembley but the real leap forward comes with the release of the single Upside down in July 2021. This piece manages to reach over 200,000 streams on Spotify and to enter independently in the Viral 50, and in the editorial playlist bloodgiovane; conquering even the cover.

Both artists are now working on their respective debut albums in the meantime it is out with distribution ADA Music Italy Red eyes.

DANU & STILL CHARLES RED EYES

DAY & Still Charles they discovered each other through listening to their respective singles it was nice’ e Upside down‘, and so, almost as if by fate, they got in touch and decided to give life to this spontaneous and unexpected union.

The song was written by the two guys and produced by Pietro Celona. Red eyes is an energetic and emotional song at the same time, which tells the memories of a love story through indie and pop-punk veins. In the piece, the two artists observe the past with nostalgia and emotion, telling reality in a simple and effective way.

Here’s how i tell it DAY & Still Charles:

Love always marks, whether it lasts for years or a few months. Life goes on, but as much as you try to forget, some moments will always remain, as if captured in faded photos. The title “red eyes” fully represents the spontaneity of those memories.

Interview

Hi guys welcome to All Music Italia, first of all tell us how your collaboration was born, we know that you “bumped” each other on Spotify and from there it all started… tell us!

Yes, we met by complimenting us on Instagram for our respective singles, after a few days we both ended up in Viral 50 Italia and we saw it a bit as a sign. So we decided to try to combine our styles in a piece that would give both of us the opportunity to express their music.

What is “red eyes” about?

“Red eyes” is a song that tells the end of a story through everyday images, intimate and raw in some ways. Photos with red eyes are photos taken badly, in a hurry, wrong. But they represent a moment when you were enjoying the moment, and therefore, even if not perfect, they are beautiful as well. Of the finished stories you are left with images, which capture moments that you will always remember.

You met thanks to streaming platforms and both come from important numbers. Streaming is now the main means for discovering new artists and every day new phenomena emerge that grind plays on plays. What do you think of all this?

STILL: Surely for us young artists, the world of streaming platforms is a great opportunity to highlight our music and our style; for example, today, joining an editorial playlist of Spotify, gives you the opportunity to be heard by thousands of people, including characters more integrated into the world of music.

However it must be said that it is not at all easy to show off; there are many emerging artists who, despite constantly publishing new releases, are unable to enter the tour of the straming, now more and more overcrowded. All this to say that no one gives you anything, to get noticed you must try to create an interesting project, which stands out from the crowd and, above all, which allows you to express your potential to the fullest.

DAY: We are living in a moment where thousands of songs come out every day, everyone can afford to put their song on the platforms and this has both advantages and disadvantages. It’s nice that everyone can have their say, but at the same time it’s hard to get noticed in this sea of ​​music.

So when you manage to do it, as in our case, you have to be good at exploiting the moment and giving yourself a plan. Because if it is true that many phenomena arise quickly, it is also true that they end up in oblivion just as quickly.

How was your passion for music born and what inspires you the most in composition?

STILL: Since I was a child I have always been fascinated and immersed in music: I started playing the piano in elementary school until at 17 I started strumming the guitar as a self-taught; from that moment the first songs were born and I realized how much I really liked writing and playing something of my own, an escape valve and a refuge from everyday life.

My main source of inspiration is everyday life: everything that happens around me is a source of inspiration for my songs.

DAY: I recently discovered this passion for the active part of music, for most of my life I have always been just a simple listener. Music came to my rescue in a dark moment, writing songs gave me the way to react.

So you can understand that in most cases my inspiration comes from emotions and feelings that I feel directly, be it a relationship, a trip or a movie.

What are your artistic influences?

STILL : I think that in my releases published so far it is difficult to distinguish a real artistic influence. I have always listened to a lot of music and many different genres trying to get the best from everyone, from 80s / 90s rock, to American rap, up to the indie pop of recent years.

As for foreign artists, I listen most of all Red Hot, Coldplay ,Machine Gun Kelly, while in Italian music my favorites are coez, Rkomi e Carl Brave.

DAY: I listen to very different music and this allows me to be super open in the making of my songs. coez has always been an example in writing, then also Gazelles, Frah Quintale e Gio Evan. But then my favorite plays come from America, above all Jeremy Zucker, LANY, Blackbear.

Will you work together again in the future?

There is this possibility …

What should we expect from your music and what are your next projects?

STILL: I hope no one ever expects anything from my music; in fact a cornerstone in my musical project is to try to vary as much as possible, trying to remain as faithful as possible to my style and to what has brought me here so far, that is to see music as fun and as a refuge from the real world.

As for the near future, a new single of mine will be released in the first week of December, which will surely be part of a future EP / Album!

DAY: I love to range between various genres and you can already understand it by listening it was nice e Red eyes. I want to show various parts of me and that’s what I’m doing in making the album. It is almost ready! But first I will release a few more singles to try to expand the fanbase a little more.

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) [5] => Array ( [title] => Solomon Islands: third day of riots, a curfew imposed in the capital [link] => https://fuzzyskunk.com/uncategorized/solomon-islands-third-day-of-riots-a-curfew-imposed-in-the-capital/ [pubdate] => Sat, 27 Nov 2021 05:30:24 +0000 [guid] => https://fuzzyskunk.com/?p=6873 [description] => Screen capture from video showing riots in Solomon Islands capital Honiara on November 25, 2021. CHARLEY’S PLATE / AP The capital of the Solomon Islands is now placed under curfew for an indefinite period. The measure came into effect Friday, November 26 in Honiara after a third day of riots in the city. During the ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

The capital of the Solomon Islands is now placed under curfew for an indefinite period. The measure came into effect Friday, November 26 in Honiara after a third day of riots in the city.

During the day, thousands of people, some of them armed with axes and knives, attacked Chinatown and the city’s business center, according to Agence France-Presse (AFP) correspondents. Buildings were set on fire and shops looted.

Police fired warning shots to disperse demonstrators trying to reach the private residence of Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare, east of Honiara. The crowd set at least one nearby building on fire before being pushed back to the city center, AFP journalists said. Australian police and soldiers, who had just arrived, intervened to protect certain buildings and patrol, heavily armed, the streets of the capital.

Read also Article reserved for our subscribers Australia to the rescue of the Solomon Islands, where violent riots are taking place

The first members of the Australian peacekeeping force were deployed overnight from Thursday to Friday, hours after Mr. Sogavare’s call for help. Neighboring Papua New Guinea also announced on Friday the deployment of 34 peacekeepers.

Australian armed forces deployed to Honiara following the Solomon Islands Prime Minister's appeal for help on November 25, 2021.

Condemnation of China

The riots began on Wednesday, when hundreds of people protested to demand the resignation of the prime minister before moving to Honiara Chinatown, which has a population of 80,000. The causes of these riots are multiple. Among them, anger at the government, the economic difficulties aggravated by the Covid-19 pandemic and the historic rivalry between the inhabitants of the most populous island in the country, Malaita, and that of Guadalcanal where is based the government.

Residents of Malaita Island feel abandoned by the central government, and disputes escalated when, in 2019, Sogavarea’s government decided not to diplomatically recognize Taiwan but China.

Read also China delights Solomon Islands in Taiwan

The Prime Minister thus affirmed that foreign powers, opposed to the decision taken in 2019 by his government to no longer diplomatically recognize Taiwan but China, were at the origin of these disturbances. Beijing condemned the riots on Friday and pledged to “To ensure the security and the rights and interests of Chinese citizens and institutions”.

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) [summary] => Screen capture from video showing riots in Solomon Islands capital Honiara on November 25, 2021. CHARLEY’S PLATE / AP The capital of the Solomon Islands is now placed under curfew for an indefinite period. The measure came into effect Friday, November 26 in Honiara after a third day of riots in the city. During the ... Read more [atom_content] =>

The capital of the Solomon Islands is now placed under curfew for an indefinite period. The measure came into effect Friday, November 26 in Honiara after a third day of riots in the city.

During the day, thousands of people, some of them armed with axes and knives, attacked Chinatown and the city’s business center, according to Agence France-Presse (AFP) correspondents. Buildings were set on fire and shops looted.

Police fired warning shots to disperse demonstrators trying to reach the private residence of Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare, east of Honiara. The crowd set at least one nearby building on fire before being pushed back to the city center, AFP journalists said. Australian police and soldiers, who had just arrived, intervened to protect certain buildings and patrol, heavily armed, the streets of the capital.

Read also Article reserved for our subscribers Australia to the rescue of the Solomon Islands, where violent riots are taking place

The first members of the Australian peacekeeping force were deployed overnight from Thursday to Friday, hours after Mr. Sogavare’s call for help. Neighboring Papua New Guinea also announced on Friday the deployment of 34 peacekeepers.

Australian armed forces deployed to Honiara following the Solomon Islands Prime Minister's appeal for help on November 25, 2021.

Condemnation of China

The riots began on Wednesday, when hundreds of people protested to demand the resignation of the prime minister before moving to Honiara Chinatown, which has a population of 80,000. The causes of these riots are multiple. Among them, anger at the government, the economic difficulties aggravated by the Covid-19 pandemic and the historic rivalry between the inhabitants of the most populous island in the country, Malaita, and that of Guadalcanal where is based the government.

Residents of Malaita Island feel abandoned by the central government, and disputes escalated when, in 2019, Sogavarea’s government decided not to diplomatically recognize Taiwan but China.

Read also China delights Solomon Islands in Taiwan

The Prime Minister thus affirmed that foreign powers, opposed to the decision taken in 2019 by his government to no longer diplomatically recognize Taiwan but China, were at the origin of these disturbances. Beijing condemned the riots on Friday and pledged to “To ensure the security and the rights and interests of Chinese citizens and institutions”.

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Solomon Islands: third day of riots, a curfew imposed in the capital

) [6] => Array ( [title] => Nirina Zubir confides with Minister Sofyan Djalil about the Land Mafia Case: Okezone Celebrity [link] => https://fuzzyskunk.com/uncategorized/nirina-zubir-confides-with-minister-sofyan-djalil-about-the-land-mafia-case-okezone-celebrity/ [pubdate] => Sat, 27 Nov 2021 05:28:28 +0000 [guid] => https://fuzzyskunk.com/?p=6867 [description] => NIRINA Zubir became a victim of the land mafia case. He struggled to find justice related to the alleged embezzlement of land assets belonging to his mother and had just spoken to Minister Sofyan Djalil. To Hotman Paris, Nirina told that the six original certificates owned by her family in the name of her mother, ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

NIRINA Zubir became a victim of the land mafia case. He struggled to find justice related to the alleged embezzlement of land assets belonging to his mother and had just spoken to Minister Sofyan Djalil.

To Hotman Paris, Nirina told that the six original certificates owned by her family in the name of her mother, older sister, and Nirina herself were lost. However, the assistant, Riri actually looks very calm and volunteered to take care of it.

“In the beginning, my mother didn’t suddenly ask for help from her, but the letter was lost. Then, he said to him that ‘well the letter is missing. You have to take care of it, it’s really hard, you know. ‘But don’t worry, I know there is a notary, just use this notary,’” said Nirina Zubir at the Hotman Paris Show on iNews TV, Thursday, November 25, 2021.

Seeing the change in the assistant’s lifestyle which is increasingly glamorous, suspicions began to arise in the minds of Nirina’s family for the loss of the certificate. Not wanting to remain silent, Nirina immediately thoroughly investigated the case.

Nirina Zubir admitted that he had never signed a power of attorney to sell land before. Surprisingly, the document with Nirina’s signature actually exists. Regarding this matter, Nirina Zubir’s attorney, Ruben Jeffry, also opened his voice. He said that the power of attorney to sell the land was only fictitious and presumed to be fake.

“No, but physically there is only that it is fictitious made as if it exists. It is suspected to be fake,” said Ruben Jeffry, Nirina Zubir’s attorney.

Minister of Agrarian and Spatial Planning/Head of BPN RI, Dr. Sofyan A. Djalil said that in fact the case experienced by Nirina Zubir had been happening for a long time. In fact, many fake notaries were caught by the police because they were proven to be involved in this land mafia case.

“Cases like Ananda Nirina have happened several times. Even the police have arrested the house of a fake figure, the notary’s office was fake,” said Dr. Sofyan A. Djalil, Minister of Agrarian and Spatial Planning/Head of BPN RI.

Regarding this matter, BPN will continue to audit until it is complete. Currently, the BPN is waiting for information from the police. Then, the notaries and PPAT involved will also be examined. If it is proven that he is involved, Sofyan will not hesitate to fire him.

So far, Sofyan said that no BPN party was involved in Nirina’s case. The reason is, this case was carried out purely by Nirina’s family and the assistant who was assisted by the PPAT, so the document was complete when it arrived at the BPN office.

In closing, Sofyan said that currently BPN has created a special team for the land mafia. He was also ready to thoroughly investigate this case to the very last party.

“Now we create an anti-land mafia team, a land mafia task force. Well, after that these problems appeared and we felt that what appeared to the surface was only the tip of the iceberg. Then we will fight to the fullest,” he concluded.

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) [summary] => NIRINA Zubir became a victim of the land mafia case. He struggled to find justice related to the alleged embezzlement of land assets belonging to his mother and had just spoken to Minister Sofyan Djalil. To Hotman Paris, Nirina told that the six original certificates owned by her family in the name of her mother, ... Read more [atom_content] =>

NIRINA Zubir became a victim of the land mafia case. He struggled to find justice related to the alleged embezzlement of land assets belonging to his mother and had just spoken to Minister Sofyan Djalil.

To Hotman Paris, Nirina told that the six original certificates owned by her family in the name of her mother, older sister, and Nirina herself were lost. However, the assistant, Riri actually looks very calm and volunteered to take care of it.

“In the beginning, my mother didn’t suddenly ask for help from her, but the letter was lost. Then, he said to him that ‘well the letter is missing. You have to take care of it, it’s really hard, you know. ‘But don’t worry, I know there is a notary, just use this notary,’” said Nirina Zubir at the Hotman Paris Show on iNews TV, Thursday, November 25, 2021.

Seeing the change in the assistant’s lifestyle which is increasingly glamorous, suspicions began to arise in the minds of Nirina’s family for the loss of the certificate. Not wanting to remain silent, Nirina immediately thoroughly investigated the case.

Nirina Zubir admitted that he had never signed a power of attorney to sell land before. Surprisingly, the document with Nirina’s signature actually exists. Regarding this matter, Nirina Zubir’s attorney, Ruben Jeffry, also opened his voice. He said that the power of attorney to sell the land was only fictitious and presumed to be fake.

“No, but physically there is only that it is fictitious made as if it exists. It is suspected to be fake,” said Ruben Jeffry, Nirina Zubir’s attorney.

Minister of Agrarian and Spatial Planning/Head of BPN RI, Dr. Sofyan A. Djalil said that in fact the case experienced by Nirina Zubir had been happening for a long time. In fact, many fake notaries were caught by the police because they were proven to be involved in this land mafia case.

“Cases like Ananda Nirina have happened several times. Even the police have arrested the house of a fake figure, the notary’s office was fake,” said Dr. Sofyan A. Djalil, Minister of Agrarian and Spatial Planning/Head of BPN RI.

Regarding this matter, BPN will continue to audit until it is complete. Currently, the BPN is waiting for information from the police. Then, the notaries and PPAT involved will also be examined. If it is proven that he is involved, Sofyan will not hesitate to fire him.

So far, Sofyan said that no BPN party was involved in Nirina’s case. The reason is, this case was carried out purely by Nirina’s family and the assistant who was assisted by the PPAT, so the document was complete when it arrived at the BPN office.

In closing, Sofyan said that currently BPN has created a special team for the land mafia. He was also ready to thoroughly investigate this case to the very last party.

“Now we create an anti-land mafia team, a land mafia task force. Well, after that these problems appeared and we felt that what appeared to the surface was only the tip of the iceberg. Then we will fight to the fullest,” he concluded.

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) [7] => Array ( [title] => In Vienna, the Spanish Riding School and its Lipizzaners at the heart of a scandal [link] => https://fuzzyskunk.com/uncategorized/in-vienna-the-spanish-riding-school-and-its-lipizzaners-at-the-heart-of-a-scandal/ [pubdate] => Sat, 27 Nov 2021 05:25:40 +0000 [guid] => https://fuzzyskunk.com/?p=6861 [description] => The horses of the prestigious institution are said to lack space and free time. LOIS LAMMERHUBER / THE COLLECTION This November 18, the pluricentenary ballet of the Lipizzaners continues its imperturbable course. Coming out of their stable at the Hofburg, the imperial palace of the Habsburgs, right in the center of Vienna, the white-robed stallions ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

This November 18, the pluricentenary ballet of the Lipizzaners continues its imperturbable course. Coming out of their stable at the Hofburg, the imperial palace of the Habsburgs, right in the center of Vienna, the white-robed stallions slowly cross the covered alley that separates them from the arena, under the protection of an employee in a cape who seems to have come straight out of the XIXe century. “Are you a journalist?” I read the scandal in the press, but I am not aware of anything ”, evacuates an employee before slipping away.

Not easy to bring out of silence the famous Spanish School of Vienna, which is proud to be, at 450 years old, “The oldest in the world” and “The only one which preserves and cultivates, without transforming it, the classical equestrian art of the high school from the Renaissance to the present day”. Tourists from all over the world are ready to pay up to 225 euros to admire the choreographies at the step of its 72 Lipizzans, under the order of a dozen preparation riders wearing bicorns and handpicked.

Narrowness of the imperial stables

No member of management is willing to receive M The magazine of the world. At the end of October, the Austrian Court of Auditors nevertheless formulated, in a report, several criticisms which shake this institution inherited from the Habsburgs and still under the supervision of the Ministry of Agriculture. “Horse breeding does not meet current animal welfare requirements. These lack space to move freely ”, judge the magistrates, describing the narrowness of the imperial stables and “A ventilation system out of service for years”.

From the stables to the merry-go-round, the horses only cover a few meters each day, apart from their thirty-minute walk on weekdays, in the magnificent, but small, palace garden, the Burggarten. In a statement, the current director, Sonja Klima, defended herself by ensuring that she “Reinforced measures for the welfare of horses”, since his appointment, in 2019. The Lipizzaners also “work” on an eight-week service, between which they can cheer themselves up in their “Summer quarters” from Heldenberg, 50 kilometers from the Austrian capital.

“But, of course, when they’re in Vienna, they can’t really gallop”, recognizes Maximilian Dobrets-berger, who was for a long time the director of the “l’Espagnole” stud farm, as he always affectionately calls the school. “We are in a protected district, with historic buildings, we are not going to remodel everything to make room”, he also asserts, noting that “The Court of Auditors does not say what we could do best”. The magistrates note, however, that the pressure has increased on the horses, while the institution, in chronic deficit, must increase equestrian shows.

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) [summary] => The horses of the prestigious institution are said to lack space and free time. LOIS LAMMERHUBER / THE COLLECTION This November 18, the pluricentenary ballet of the Lipizzaners continues its imperturbable course. Coming out of their stable at the Hofburg, the imperial palace of the Habsburgs, right in the center of Vienna, the white-robed stallions ... Read more [atom_content] =>

This November 18, the pluricentenary ballet of the Lipizzaners continues its imperturbable course. Coming out of their stable at the Hofburg, the imperial palace of the Habsburgs, right in the center of Vienna, the white-robed stallions slowly cross the covered alley that separates them from the arena, under the protection of an employee in a cape who seems to have come straight out of the XIXe century. “Are you a journalist?” I read the scandal in the press, but I am not aware of anything ”, evacuates an employee before slipping away.

Not easy to bring out of silence the famous Spanish School of Vienna, which is proud to be, at 450 years old, “The oldest in the world” and “The only one which preserves and cultivates, without transforming it, the classical equestrian art of the high school from the Renaissance to the present day”. Tourists from all over the world are ready to pay up to 225 euros to admire the choreographies at the step of its 72 Lipizzans, under the order of a dozen preparation riders wearing bicorns and handpicked.

Narrowness of the imperial stables

No member of management is willing to receive M The magazine of the world. At the end of October, the Austrian Court of Auditors nevertheless formulated, in a report, several criticisms which shake this institution inherited from the Habsburgs and still under the supervision of the Ministry of Agriculture. “Horse breeding does not meet current animal welfare requirements. These lack space to move freely ”, judge the magistrates, describing the narrowness of the imperial stables and “A ventilation system out of service for years”.

From the stables to the merry-go-round, the horses only cover a few meters each day, apart from their thirty-minute walk on weekdays, in the magnificent, but small, palace garden, the Burggarten. In a statement, the current director, Sonja Klima, defended herself by ensuring that she “Reinforced measures for the welfare of horses”, since his appointment, in 2019. The Lipizzaners also “work” on an eight-week service, between which they can cheer themselves up in their “Summer quarters” from Heldenberg, 50 kilometers from the Austrian capital.

“But, of course, when they’re in Vienna, they can’t really gallop”, recognizes Maximilian Dobrets-berger, who was for a long time the director of the “l’Espagnole” stud farm, as he always affectionately calls the school. “We are in a protected district, with historic buildings, we are not going to remodel everything to make room”, he also asserts, noting that “The Court of Auditors does not say what we could do best”. The magistrates note, however, that the pressure has increased on the horses, while the institution, in chronic deficit, must increase equestrian shows.

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) [8] => Array ( [title] => Shakira Jasmine and Nuca Release Duet Song Meant 2 Be : Okezone Celebrity [link] => https://fuzzyskunk.com/uncategorized/shakira-jasmine-and-nuca-release-duet-song-meant-2-be-okezone-celebrity/ [pubdate] => Sat, 27 Nov 2021 04:59:20 +0000 [guid] => https://fuzzyskunk.com/?p=6856 [description] => JAKARTA – Song Meant 2 Be is an English-language song that was born from the cold hands and slick touch of Shakira Jasmine and Nuca. The duet project of the two young singers was officially released, on November 26, 2021. According to Shakira and Nuca, the song is about two people who meet and find ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

JAKARTA – Song Meant 2 Be is an English-language song that was born from the cold hands and slick touch of Shakira Jasmine and Nuca. The duet project of the two young singers was officially released, on November 26, 2021.

According to Shakira and Nuca, the song is about two people who meet and find something in common with each other. They were destined to meet because they had problems to go through together and promised to complement each other.

Shakira then said that her collaboration with Nuca started with her introduction to Nuca at the event The Voice Kids Indonesia in 2016. About 4 years later, last year to be exact, they started a song cover project.

“Well, along the way, the song Meant 2 Be was accidentally formed. Immediately, I tried to make the notation and lyrics of the song, then Nuca made the instrument. It only took about 40 minutes and this song was finished,” he said.

Read also: Agnez Mo’s Advice To Make Shakira Jasmine Believe In Singing

Commenting on Shakira, Nuca admitted that she and Shakira were really good friends. The closeness of the two is strengthened by taste the same music. “Then we met and tried to make a song together. “Finally, it was created Meant 2 Be.”

Shakira added, the song-making process started with them making their own demos and then sending each other materials to complete them single the. After the final demo was completed, he then contacted Musica Studios.

“So, this song was produced by Opung Irwan (Simanjuntak) and we are very happy because we were able to work on it very flexibly. Collaboration with Nuca is a kind of beautiful coincidence. The musicality is high and he is very talented person,” puji Shakira Jasmine.

Nuca also explained the process of making this song, “Initially project we’re just having fun. When the demo was finished, we continued recording and making a video clip. There were several revisions in the song lyrics section and two recordings because there were revisions in several parts.”

The concept of the video clip Meant 2 Be tells the story of a young musician named Kira who wants to replace his damaged guitar strings to a music store he hasn’t been to in a long time. There, he accidentally meets Nuca, his former music partner who has been separated for a long time.

But when they meet, they even fight because of things that have not been finished between them. Kira and young Nuca dream of becoming musicians, they compose and write music together, after a long time of trying, they finally feel there is a different vision.

Also read: Vanessa Angel’s father is busy fighting over inheritance, Nikita Mirzani gives a striking message

Finally they decided to do their own thing, Kira wanted to try to enter the industry, while Nuca didn’t want anyone else to interfere with her work. Both also expressed hope and message in this song.

“We want this song to get its message across and be heard all over the world. Hopefully this song can be accepted by many parties. The message is don’t hurt yourself because you are not alone. I’m here and everything will be fine, because we were always meant to be together.”

Song Meant 2 Be from Shakira Jasmine and Nuca released across all digital music platforms: Apple Music, Spotify, Joox, Langit Musik, Youtube Music, Noice, and Resso. The official music video can be watched on the Musica Studios YouTube channel.*

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) [summary] => JAKARTA – Song Meant 2 Be is an English-language song that was born from the cold hands and slick touch of Shakira Jasmine and Nuca. The duet project of the two young singers was officially released, on November 26, 2021. According to Shakira and Nuca, the song is about two people who meet and find ... Read more [atom_content] =>

JAKARTA – Song Meant 2 Be is an English-language song that was born from the cold hands and slick touch of Shakira Jasmine and Nuca. The duet project of the two young singers was officially released, on November 26, 2021.

According to Shakira and Nuca, the song is about two people who meet and find something in common with each other. They were destined to meet because they had problems to go through together and promised to complement each other.

Shakira then said that her collaboration with Nuca started with her introduction to Nuca at the event The Voice Kids Indonesia in 2016. About 4 years later, last year to be exact, they started a song cover project.

“Well, along the way, the song Meant 2 Be was accidentally formed. Immediately, I tried to make the notation and lyrics of the song, then Nuca made the instrument. It only took about 40 minutes and this song was finished,” he said.

Read also: Agnez Mo’s Advice To Make Shakira Jasmine Believe In Singing

Commenting on Shakira, Nuca admitted that she and Shakira were really good friends. The closeness of the two is strengthened by taste the same music. “Then we met and tried to make a song together. “Finally, it was created Meant 2 Be.”

Shakira added, the song-making process started with them making their own demos and then sending each other materials to complete them single the. After the final demo was completed, he then contacted Musica Studios.

“So, this song was produced by Opung Irwan (Simanjuntak) and we are very happy because we were able to work on it very flexibly. Collaboration with Nuca is a kind of beautiful coincidence. The musicality is high and he is very talented person,” puji Shakira Jasmine.

Nuca also explained the process of making this song, “Initially project we’re just having fun. When the demo was finished, we continued recording and making a video clip. There were several revisions in the song lyrics section and two recordings because there were revisions in several parts.”

The concept of the video clip Meant 2 Be tells the story of a young musician named Kira who wants to replace his damaged guitar strings to a music store he hasn’t been to in a long time. There, he accidentally meets Nuca, his former music partner who has been separated for a long time.

But when they meet, they even fight because of things that have not been finished between them. Kira and young Nuca dream of becoming musicians, they compose and write music together, after a long time of trying, they finally feel there is a different vision.

Also read: Vanessa Angel’s father is busy fighting over inheritance, Nikita Mirzani gives a striking message

Finally they decided to do their own thing, Kira wanted to try to enter the industry, while Nuca didn’t want anyone else to interfere with her work. Both also expressed hope and message in this song.

“We want this song to get its message across and be heard all over the world. Hopefully this song can be accepted by many parties. The message is don’t hurt yourself because you are not alone. I’m here and everything will be fine, because we were always meant to be together.”

Song Meant 2 Be from Shakira Jasmine and Nuca released across all digital music platforms: Apple Music, Spotify, Joox, Langit Musik, Youtube Music, Noice, and Resso. The official music video can be watched on the Musica Studios YouTube channel.*

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Falcon 9 rocket on launch pad ahead of DART mission (Source: NASA / Bill Ingalls)

Falcon 9 rocket on launch pad ahead of DART mission (Source: NASA / Bill Ingalls)

Falcon 9 rocket on launch pad ahead of DART mission (Source: NASA / Bill Ingalls)

The Falcon 9 rocket with a DART mission (ang. Double Asteroid Redirection Test) from the SLC-4E platform at Vandenberg Space Force Base in California. Cargo separation is planned less than 56 minutes after take-off.

You will be able to follow the start live on our website.

Visualization showing the DART probe approaching two asteroids (Source: NASA / Johns Hopkins APL / Steve Gribben)The DART probe is to crash at high speed on the asteroid’s surface to test this method of planetary defense against asteroids in practice for the first time in history – to see if the impact effect could potentially change the flight path of an asteroid on a collision course with Earth.

The target will be the asteroid Dimorphos, which orbits a larger asteroid called Didymos. The trip will take about ten months and is scheduled to end on September 26 next year. The probe is expected to hit the asteroid at a speed of about 6.7 km / s (about 24,000 km / h). The astronomers will then measure how the impact affected the orbit of the asteroid approximately 11 million kilometers away.

Didymos and Dimorphos follow an elliptical orbit around the sun, occasionally approaching the Earth a short distance, which theoretically could pose a threat to us. However, calculations indicate that there is no risk of a collision with our planet in the foreseeable future. According to astronomical measurements, the diameter of the asteroids is about 780 meters and about 160 meters, respectively.

DART probe while enclosing in rocket charge covers (Source: NASA / Johns Hopkins APL / Ed Whitman)DART is the first mission in a NASA-led planetary defense program. The next step is to launch an infrared observing telescope into orbit to help detect more potentially dangerous asteroids. The launch is planned for 2026.

The rocket will also include a LICIACube probe with dimensions of 6U cubesat (approximately 20 x 10 x 34 cm) prepared by the Italian Space Agency (ASI). It will separate from the main probe ten days prior to impact, allowing the event to be recorded with a pair of cameras.

The DART probe arrived in Vandenberg on October 2, where it was transported by truck from the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory. Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory) in Maryland, where the vehicle was built. This laboratory also manages the entire mission. Already in Vandenberg, the probe underwent tests and was filled with 50 kilograms of hydrazine, which will power 12 maneuvering motors.

The vehicle is also equipped with a new generation ion propulsion system, which was developed in cooperation with the Research Center. John Glenn and Aerojet Rocketdyne. It is to provide greater efficiency compared to the previous generation used in NASA’s planetary probes. The xenon powering the system had already been refueled.

Falcon 9 rocket in a hangar while preparing for take-off with a DART mission (Source: NASA / Bill Ingalls)On November 17, the probe was closed in the rocket’s cargo covers, and on the same day the flight readiness assessment was carried out. On November 19, a static test of the rocket was carried out, during which nine Merlin engines in the first stage were started for a few seconds. The test was successful.

This flight will use the first stage of the Falcon 9 rocket, which previously participated in two missions: Sentinel-6 Michael Freilich in November 2020 and Starlink-29 in May 2021. This will be SpaceX’s first launch into interplanetary space commissioned by NASA. After the separation of the second stage, the booster is planned to land on an autonomous platform Of Course I Still Love You (OCISLY) in the Pacific Ocean.

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Falcon 9 Rocket Launch with DART Mission – November 24, 2021

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Falcon 9 Rocket Launch with DART Mission – November 24, 2021

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Falcon 9 rocket on launch pad ahead of DART mission (Source: NASA / Bill Ingalls)

Falcon 9 rocket on launch pad ahead of DART mission (Source: NASA / Bill Ingalls)

Falcon 9 rocket on launch pad ahead of DART mission (Source: NASA / Bill Ingalls)

The Falcon 9 rocket with a DART mission (ang. Double Asteroid Redirection Test) from the SLC-4E platform at Vandenberg Space Force Base in California. Cargo separation is planned less than 56 minutes after take-off.

You will be able to follow the start live on our website.

Visualization showing the DART probe approaching two asteroids (Source: NASA / Johns Hopkins APL / Steve Gribben)The DART probe is to crash at high speed on the asteroid’s surface to test this method of planetary defense against asteroids in practice for the first time in history – to see if the impact effect could potentially change the flight path of an asteroid on a collision course with Earth.

The target will be the asteroid Dimorphos, which orbits a larger asteroid called Didymos. The trip will take about ten months and is scheduled to end on September 26 next year. The probe is expected to hit the asteroid at a speed of about 6.7 km / s (about 24,000 km / h). The astronomers will then measure how the impact affected the orbit of the asteroid approximately 11 million kilometers away.

Didymos and Dimorphos follow an elliptical orbit around the sun, occasionally approaching the Earth a short distance, which theoretically could pose a threat to us. However, calculations indicate that there is no risk of a collision with our planet in the foreseeable future. According to astronomical measurements, the diameter of the asteroids is about 780 meters and about 160 meters, respectively.

DART probe while enclosing in rocket charge covers (Source: NASA / Johns Hopkins APL / Ed Whitman)DART is the first mission in a NASA-led planetary defense program. The next step is to launch an infrared observing telescope into orbit to help detect more potentially dangerous asteroids. The launch is planned for 2026.

The rocket will also include a LICIACube probe with dimensions of 6U cubesat (approximately 20 x 10 x 34 cm) prepared by the Italian Space Agency (ASI). It will separate from the main probe ten days prior to impact, allowing the event to be recorded with a pair of cameras.

The DART probe arrived in Vandenberg on October 2, where it was transported by truck from the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory. Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory) in Maryland, where the vehicle was built. This laboratory also manages the entire mission. Already in Vandenberg, the probe underwent tests and was filled with 50 kilograms of hydrazine, which will power 12 maneuvering motors.

The vehicle is also equipped with a new generation ion propulsion system, which was developed in cooperation with the Research Center. John Glenn and Aerojet Rocketdyne. It is to provide greater efficiency compared to the previous generation used in NASA’s planetary probes. The xenon powering the system had already been refueled.

Falcon 9 rocket in a hangar while preparing for take-off with a DART mission (Source: NASA / Bill Ingalls)On November 17, the probe was closed in the rocket’s cargo covers, and on the same day the flight readiness assessment was carried out. On November 19, a static test of the rocket was carried out, during which nine Merlin engines in the first stage were started for a few seconds. The test was successful.

This flight will use the first stage of the Falcon 9 rocket, which previously participated in two missions: Sentinel-6 Michael Freilich in November 2020 and Starlink-29 in May 2021. This will be SpaceX’s first launch into interplanetary space commissioned by NASA. After the separation of the second stage, the booster is planned to land on an autonomous platform Of Course I Still Love You (OCISLY) in the Pacific Ocean.

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Falcon 9 Rocket Launch with DART Mission – November 24, 2021

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