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The Humanion: London: England: United Kingdom: Year Beta: Day 299: Monday: July 24: 2017: Cogito Ergo Sum: Descartes 
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Quick Link to  Yesterday's Edition of The Humanion: Year Beta:  Day 298: Sunday: July 23: 2017
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Life: You Are The Law The Flow The Glow: In Joys In Hurts You Are The Vine-Songs On The Light-Trellis

Medicine Forget About the Cocoons and Now Think of the New Silkworm Micrococoons: That Could Be Used in Biotechnology and Medicine

|| July 23: 2017: University of Sheffield News || ά. Micrococoons, like those spun by silkworms, have been created by University of Sheffield and Cambridge researchers. The tiny capsules could help protect sensitive molecules, that have potential health or nutritional benefits. The technology could, also, be used in pharmaceuticals to treat a wide range of severe and debilitating illnesses. Researchers at the University of Sheffield have helped to manufacture microscopic versions of the cocoons spun by silkworms, in order to store sensitive proteins, technology, which could be used in pharmaceuticals to treat a range of debilitating illnesses.

The tiny capsules, which are invisible to the naked eye, can protect sensitive molecular materials and could prove a significant technology in areas, including, food science, biotechnology and medicine. The capsules were made by researchers from these two universities, using a specially-developed micro-engineering process, that combines the power of micro-fluidic manufacturing with the value of natural silk. The process mimics, on the microscale, the way Bombyx mori silkworms spin the cocoons, from which natural silk is harvested. Readmore

 

 

 

 

 

 

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New Breakthrough Discovery in Understanding the Rare Sengers Syndrome: A Genetic Mitochondrial Disease

|| July 23: 2017: University of Melbourne News || ά. Melbourne researchers have unlocked important information, that could lead to improved treatment of a rare and serious genetic condition. Sengers Syndrome is a genetic mitochondrial disease. Most children born with it die as babies, but a milder form of the disease, also, exists with some people surviving for multiple decades. The new research, which involved a collaboration between the University of Melbourne’s Bio 21 Institute, the Murdoch Children's Research Institute, Monash University and La Trobe University, uncovered an unexpected link between the gene, that causes Sengers Syndrome, AGK and a cellular process, referred to as, 'protein transport'.

Professor David Thorburn’s team identified changes in the AGK gene as the cause of Sengers Syndrome in 2012. However, it was unclear how the expected function of AGK led to the abnormal mitochondrial function they found in the two Australian patients identified at that time. Subsequently, another 30 patients have been described internationally, most of whom, suffer from severe heart disease and cataracts. Dr Diana Stojanovski investigated the inner workings of AGK and what she found could lead to improved treatments and therapies for the incurable condition. Readmore

 
 

Guy's Cancer Centre: Requires All the Support That Can Be Offered to It

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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First Generation Artificial Pancreas Brings Hope for People with Type One Diabetes

|| July 23: 2017: University of Melbourne News || ά. A new 'artificial pancreas' being studied by the University of Melbourne, that could dramatically transform the lives of people with type one diabetes. Ms Leanne Foster, who has the condition, is the first Australian adult in this study to use a hybrid closed loop system to continuously monitor her blood glucose levels, and automatically, adjust delivery of insulin to keep her glucose levels stable in a healthy range.

Ms Foster is part of a study, being run by University of Melbourne Associate Professor David O’Neal at St Vincent’s Hospital Melbourne. Patients at seven Australian hospitals will go about their lives for six months whilst attached to a small, mobile-phone sized insulin pump, linked to a glucose sensor, inserted into the fat just under the skin over the abdomen. The sensor sends glucose information back to their pump every five minutes. The pump then calculates how much insulin to deliver. Readmore

 
   

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
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In America: CEOs Earn 271 Times More Than a Typical Worker in 2016: Or Rather on Average the CEOs Took Home $15.6 Millions: Isn't It the Land of Opportunities

|| July 23: 2017: Economics Policy Institute America News || ά.  In CEO pay remains high relative to the pay of typical workers and high-wage earners, EPI President Mr Lawrence Mishel and Research Assistant Ms Jessica Schieder examine trends in CEO compensation, using two comprehensive measures: tracking the value of both stock options realised and stock options granted. Including the value of stock options, that have been cashed in, CEOs of America’s 350 largest firms made an average of $15.6 million in 2016, down slightly from $16.3 million in 2015 or 271 times more than a typical worker in 2016.

Because the decision to realise or cash in, stock options tends to fluctuate with stock market trends, Mr Mishel and Ms Schieder, also, track a CEO compensation measure, that reflects the value of the options at the time they are granted. By this measure, CEO compensation rose to $13.0 million in 2016, up from $12.5 million in 2015. “It is unclear whether the recent decline in CEO pay is the beginning of a new trend or simply due to stock market fluctuations.” said Mr Mishel. “What is clear is that CEO pay is still dramatically higher than it’s been in the past and far higher than the pay of typical workers, college graduates or even the top 0.1 percent of wage earners.” Readmore

 
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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One in Three Cases of Dementia Could Be Prevented by Targeting the Risk Factors From Childhood Onwards

|| July 23: 2017: University of Exeter News || ά. One in three cases of dementia could be, potentially, prevented, if brain health is improved throughout life by targeting nine risk factors, including, continuing education in early life, reducing hearing loss in mid-life and reducing smoking in later life. For the first time, the new report models the impact of risk factors at all stages of life and quantifies the potential contribution of hearing loss and social isolation as risk factors for dementia. The Lancet Commission on dementia prevention, intervention and care is being presented at the Alzheimer’s Association International Conference 2017.

University of Exeter experts are among 24 international authorities to provide a comprehensive review of the disease including 10 key messages to help improve dementia care. Professor Clive Ballard, professor of Age-Related Diseases at the University of Exeter Medical School, said, ''This report shows the extent to which we can take action to prevent the onset of dementia and to reduce risk of developing the disease. The report uses the latest evidence to show, for the first time, that a third of the factors, that put people at risk of dementia can be targeted to reduce that risk. This really highlights the extent of the exciting opportunities to combat dementia and we must now prioritise translating research into practice to help people live healthy lives for longer.” Readmore

 
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Research Project to Support the Coastal Communities in Southeast Asia

|| July 23: 2017: University of Exeter News || ά. A group of UK researchers have been awarded funding from the Research Councils UK’s £225 million Global Challenges Research Fund:GCRF to help support coastal communities in East and South East Asia, that depend on healthy and diverse marine ecosystems for food, livelihoods, their health and well-being. The Blue Communities Project, led by Plymouth Marine Laboratory in collaboration with the University of Plymouth, the University of Exeter, international partners, UK non-governmental organisations and local stakeholders, will help build long-term research capability for marine planning over the next four years in the region and, in doing so, support local coastal communities.

Millions of people across the globe rely on marine and coastal ecosystems for food, employment and their general well-being. However, the marine environment is under immense pressure from the multiple, and often conflicting, needs of the people that use it. In this region of Asia, where marine activities are important contributors of Gross Domestic Product:GDP, marine spatial planning involving co-ordinated decision-making, has been highlighted as a key requirement for a sustainable future. Readmore

 
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Microbial World What Have You Found in the Lake Jyväsjärvi: Something Stranded But Singly

|| July 23: 2017: University of Jyväskylä News || ά.  Viruses are the most numerous biological entities, where is life there are viruses. Still, only a small fraction of them have been structurally and biochemically characterised. A few years ago, during a laboratory course in University of Jyväskylä a new bacterial virus infecting a Flavobacterium host was isolated from a water sample taken from Lake Jyväsjärvi in Finland.

A more detailed analysis done in collaboration with scientists from Universities of Jyväskylä, Helsinki and Oxford showed the unique characteristics of this virus. The virus, named FLiP, was found to be the first described virus with an icosahedral capsid, internal lipid membrane and a single stranded DNA genome. Without the detailed near-atomic resolution structural analysis the exceptional characteristics of FLiP could have remained unnoticed. Readmore

 
 
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Biomedicojurisprudence The Stem Cell Tourism Treatments: Experts Call for Regulation of Unproven Stem Cell Treatments: And the World Must Listen and Act Sooner Rather Than Later

|| July 23: 2017: University of Melbourne News || ά. Global experts, including, two University of Melbourne academics, have called for an urgent international effort to regulate potentially deadly stem cell tourism treatments. Writing in Science Translational Medicine, 15 experts from Australia, the UK, USA, Canada, Belgium, Italy and Japan say that the growing industry’s lack of regulation is putting lives at risk.

Contributors included Associate Professor Megan Munsie, a University of Melbourne Stem Cell Scientist and Co-author of Stem Cell Tourism and the Political Economy of Hope, Palgrave Macmillan and Professor Jane Kaye, a Lawyer holding positions at Melbourne Law School and the University of Oxford. Stem cell tourism sees patients access heavily marketed but largely unproven and potentially dangerous treatments. Some travel overseas and several have died, including, a woman in Australia. Readmore

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New Funding for New International Research Project to Help Safeguard the Health of Victims of Humanitarian Crises

|| July 23: 2017: London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine News || ά. The London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine is to lead a major project, that aims to strengthen the support given to victims of humanitarian crises, such as, war or natural disasters. Funded through the Global Challenges Research Fund:GCRF, Research Councils UK Collective Fund, the £07.5 million Research capacity building and knowledge generation to support preparedness and response to humanitarian crises and epidemics or RECAP project will bring together leading organisations in the UK and around the world to shape and improve humanitarian policies.

With NGO partners Médecins sans Frontières, the International Rescue Committee, Save the Children and the largest NGO in the world, Bangladesh’s BRAC, RECAP will conduct studies and training in some of the world’s humanitarian crises hotspots. The network will include the American University of Beirut, in Lebanon, the University of Sierra Leone, LSE, Oxford University and the Refugee Law Initiative in the UK. RECAP aims to strengthen research capacity and capability to generate knowledge on how to improve decision-making and accountability. This will help aid organisations improve their preparedness and response to humanitarian crises and epidemics. Readmore

 

New Mosquito Net to Combat Insecticide Resistance Recommended by the World Health Organisation

|| July 23: 2017: London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine News || ά. A new long-lasting insecticide treated net:LLIN, developed by the chemical company BASF in collaboration with the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine with support by the Innovative Vector Control Consortium:IVCC, has received recommendation for use in malaria control by the World Health Organisation:WHO. The LLIN, Interceptor G2, is based on chlorfenapyr, a class of insecticide, new to public health, which kills resistant mosquitoes, which survive exposure to standard pyrethroid treated nets.

This new wash resistant mixture of chlorfenapyr and pyrethroid represents a major advance in the challenge to control insecticide resistant mosquitoes, and the net has now been shown to meet the stringent safety and effective performance required by WHO. LLIN, that kill the Anopheline mosquitoes, which transmit malaria, is the most widely used method to prevent the disease. Over half the population of Sub-Saharan Africa now sleep under LLIN and this has helped to reduce malaria cases by a third over the last 15 years. Readmore

The Millennium Technology Prize 2018: Nominations Open: Deadline July 31, 2017

|| April 03: 2017: Technology Academy of Finland News || ά. The Technology Academy Finland:TAF invites the scientific and innovation community around the world to nominate candidates for the 2018 Millennium Technology Prize. The nomination period opens today and nominations will be accepted until July 31, 2017. The one million euro Prize is one of the largest innovation prizes in the world. It is awarded for groundbreaking technological innovations, that help solve the great challenges of humankind in a sustainable manner. The winner will be announced on May 22, 2018. Readmore

 
 

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Finland Paves the Way for International Research in Memory Disorder Prevention

|| July 23: 2017: University of Eastern Finland News || ά. The Finnish Geriatric Intervention Study to prevent cognitive impairment and disability:FINGER trial, aiming at the prevention of memory disorders, provides a leading role model for several new studies carried out around the world. The newly founded World Wide FINGERS:WW-FINGERS network comprises leading researchers in the field, seeking to find novel approaches to prevent memory disorders based on the promising findings from the FINGER trial.

 The University of Eastern Finland is one of the main contributors to the FINGER study, which is the first, large, randomised, controlled trial, showing that lifestyle interventions can be used to prevent cognitive decline. Professor Miia Kivipelto, Research Director at the University of Eastern Finland and professor at Karolinska Institutet, is the Principal Investigator of the Finnish FINGER study and the founder of the WW-FINGERS network. Readmore

 
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Only Education Will Set Women and Men Free Only Educated Humans Will Not Accept Anything Less Than Equality Between Men and Women: For Only Than When They are Equal They Will Know What Humanity Truly is

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 
Study Finds That US Weapons are the Main Source of Illegal Arms on the Dark Web

|| July 23: 2017: University of Manchester News || ά. A new study by the University of Manchester and RAND Europe has found that 60% of weapons on sale on the ‘dark web’ are from the USA. The research is the first to explore the size and scope of the illicit trade of firearms, explosives and ammunition on the dark web. The data,  collected last year, covered 12 cryptomarkets, a type of dark web marketplace, that brings together multiple sellers, managed by the marketplace administrators. The researchers found 167,693 listings, from which 811 were identified as relevant for the purpose of the study.

The dark web was found to facilitate the illegal sales of firearms, weapons, explosives and banned digital products, that provide guides on ‘home-made’ explosives and weapons. Findings from the study suggest that the dark web is increasing the availability of better performing, more recent firearms for the same or lower, price, than what would be available on the street or the black market. Despite being unlikely to fuel large-scale terrorist operations and armed conflicts, the study illustrates how the dark web has the potential to become the platform of choice for individuals, e.g, ‘lone-wolf’ terrorists or small groups, e.g, gangs to obtain weapons and ammunition. Readmore

 
 
VI London Poetry Festival 2017: October 14-17: London Notting Hill St John's Church

Glad to report that London Festival has found a home at one of the Most Beautiful Churches in London, Notting Hill St John's Church, so that in October 2017 during 14-17, Saturday to Tuesday, between the hours of 19:00 and 23:00, you all are invited to join us to celebrate the word; the word, is like the human soul for it has neither shape nor colour. It exists allwhere and people say it's in the sound, it's in the records or in the video or it's in the books, it's in the dictionaries, it's in the memories, it's in the arts, in culture, it's in poetry and so on. But it exists nowhere but in a domain of its own, that cannot be got hold off and put in a cup or plate to be shown: look, this is the word! The existence of word is the validity of the existence of our soul: a shapeless, colourless, boundless infinity unfolding itself.

This beautiful church is a place where light prays, paints and writes poetry. Unless you have been inside the Church you would not know what is meant by 'where light prays, paints and writes poetry'. If you would like to 'see' peace' alive you ought to get inside the solemnity of this Church and see how peace looks like, feels like. And therefore, we are happy and you are all invited to join us in the celebration. Look forward to hear from you poets, musicians, singers and songwriters, authors, artists, cultural folks and all the science and research workers working away in many a field of wonders who are into poetry and music are welcome, too, from all over the UK, Europe and the wider world. Readmore

 
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Researchers Develop Wearable Ways to Produce Power to Charge Devices

|| July 23: 2017: University of Surrey News || ά. The University of Surrey is developing a revolutionary technology, that will allow people to act as their own 'power source' by wearing clothing, such as, 'smart' shirts and shoes, that harvest and store electricity. The wearable power sources are Tribo-electric Nano-generators:TENGs, energy harvesting devices, which convert the movements of materials, that produce static charge into usable electricity.

When someone wears a TENG, while walking or running, it harvests the mechanical energy from the movement and converts it into electricity. This can, then be, stored in batteries or super-capacitors and used to charge mobile phones or power medical devices, such as, fitbits. TENGs could, also, be useful in developing countries, especially, in remote locations, where the main grid cannot reach, to power equipment, such as, radios, wireless communication devices and medical equipment. Subsequently, TENGs, could also, provide the household power requirements using large scale TENG networks. Readmore

 
 

 

 

 

 

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The Grimeborn Festival 2017 at the Arcola Theatre: And There's the Janacek’s Opera The Cunning Little Vixen: July 31-August 04

|| July 23: 2017 || ά. Once upon a time, deep in the woods, a man caught a vixen. Director Guido Martin-Brandis brings an innovative new production of Janácek's The Cunning Little Vixen to the Arcola Theatre as part of the Grimeborn Festival 2017. Guido Martin-Brandis will be joined by veteran theatre maker Alexander McPherson, who was Head of Design at the Bristol Old Vic and Theatre Royal and has designed shows for the Welsh National Opera, Opera North and Scottish Opera. Arcola Theatre is based at  24 Ashwin Street, Dalston, London E8 3DL. The show will be on July 31, August 01, 03 and 04 and will start at 19:30. There will be a matinee performance on August 04.

Now, this artistic pair join forces again after the success of their 2016 collaboration for BBC Young Musician of the Year winner, Grace Evangeline Mason’s debut opera The Yellow Wallpaper. The Cunning Little Vixen is the story of a young Vixen growing up in the parallel worlds of animals and humans, after having been brought home by a forester. Featuring dance, masks and puppetry and video projections to depict the animal world, this show will mix art forms to reach new opera audiences, young and old. The opera lasts one hour 45 minutes with one interval. Guido Martin-Brandis and the production are partially supported by Philip Carne and the Carne Trust Bob Boas and the Nicholas Boas Trust. Readmore

 

Theatre What and How Much is Left of Humanity When Empathy is Taken Out of It: Dado Gyure is Seeking to Find Out

|| July 23: 2017: University of Chicago News: Andrew Bauld Writing || ά. Theatre Director, Performer and Visual Artist Ms Dado Gyure  , is this year’s recipient of the Claire Rosen and Samuel Edes Foundation Prize for Emerging Artists, for her multimedia project, based on a short story by Hans Christian Andersen. The Edes Prize provides a one-year, $30,000 award to a recent students from four universities, including, the University of Chicago, and helps provide an emerging artist the means to substantially advance their practice.

Ms Dado’s winning entry is based on a 2014 live sculptural installation she staged at the Gray Centre Lab. It was part of her MFA thesis project, focused on The Little Match Girl Passion, a 2008 Pulitzer Prize-winning composition, based on the Andersen story by composer David Lang. The original short story, first published in 1845, details a poor young girl selling matches on New Year’s Eve. “In these wildly politically charged times, I am interested in revising the Match Girl project in order to closely examine the shifting terrain of American empathy.” Ms Dado wrote in her project proposal to the jury of the Edes Prize. Readmore

With a Two-Hour Traffic on In Response to Politics: Theatre Renegade at the Other Palace Studio: July 24

|| July 23: 2017 || ά. In the wake of a global shift in politics, that saw reality star Donald Trump become the 45th President of the United States of America, Nigel Farage’s Brexit campaign win the majority and the Conservative party seek out a deal with the DUP, Theatre Renegade is to present a one-off gala, In Response To… Politics. With performances from critically acclaimed performers including Pippa Nixon, Madalena Alberto, Gloria Onitiri and Nigel Richards In Response To…Politics will take place on July 24 at The Other Palace Studio and feature a number of pieces, each designed to directly respond to the current political turmoil.

Ryan Forde Iosco, Artistic Director of Theatre Renegade, said, “Many countries, our own included, are seeing a huge shift in their political landscape and fear and hate have been the leading force behind several recent campaigns. This evening will see the theatre community come together in solidarity to respond and raise its voice in solidarity.” Taking place on Monday at 20:00 at the Studio, based at 12 Palace Street, London, SW1E 5JA for a running time of approximately  two hours, with interval. All profits from the evening will be donated to the charity Liberty, to protect civil liberties and promote human rights. Readmore

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If You Can See What No One Else Can You are an Imaginarian: And You Begin a Rochester Square and Because You Have Begun The Humanion Adopts You as the The Humanion Centrica Elleesium

|| July 24: 2017 || ά. Some spoilt, misused, abused and abandoned and left away into the abyss of non-care and dismal decay was that space. They happened to be there and saw nothing as to what everyone else saw there; instead, Francesca Anfossi and Eric Wragge saw what no one else could or would or did. And being such imaginarians, they made their lives a misery. Believe it, they did. But then, who told them that the act of creating was easy! Who told them that it was or would be easy! Who told them that art was easy, that life was easy, that love was easy! But they took on the call and responded because they could and now they are on their way to: The Rochester Square: The Way to Mandalay. Today, they have communicated to The Humanion and being what we are, The Humanion, we saw the imaginarians in them and the space, that they are seeking to create is the earth, rising as a tree or the choral music, rising as a living breathing community.

And hereby, without knowing them personally, The Humanion offers all the support that we can offer to this couple and the team of people, who are working together to regenerate, recreate this space into a living-life-tree of a community. And from now on, Rochester Square is adopted by The Humanion as Rochester Square: The Humanion Centrica Elleesium. What does it mean: it means, The Humanion will be with you all the way till you make Rochester Square as to how and what you had seen that abandoned dilapidation and recreate it into that Rochester Square, that will be The Humanion Centrica Elleesium. And here Francesca Anfossi and Eric Wragge have a home with the Rochester Square at The Humanion as you create Rochester Square each brick at a time, each brush stroke at a time, each tea cup at a time. And The Humanion invites the entire lot of our readership in London, and we know, there are many, many, many thousands and thousands of you out there across this Beautiful Elleesium: lend a hand, join in, take part, tell everyone, who has ever spelt art, literature, poetry, music, crafting, pottery, community, poetre, theatre, connections, bonds and friendships and humanity and home. Join with Francesca and Eric and make this come into life and become the Mini Paris of London: Become The Humanion Centrica Elleesium. Readmore

 
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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What a piece of work: is a 'man'! How noble in reason! how infinite in: faculties! in form and moving, how express and: admirable! in action, how like an angel! in: apprehension, how like a god! the beauty of the: world! The paragon of animals: Hamlet: William Shakespeare

 

 

 

 

 

 

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At Home in the Universe  The Humanion One Without Frontier: There can never be an app that will replace a surgeon doing the surgery nor there can ever be a bridge built, symphony composed, epic written, painting painted by a machine. Reading is such a vital thing in pursuit of knowledge for without reading knowledge is rudimentary. The Humanion is for Readers to Read. The Humanion is not for anything else but for Readers to read so to be encouraged to think and ponder about things. The Humanion is a Human Enterprise which is an idea in which no one owns anything but everyone belongs to the whole as the whole belongs to everyone lawfully and equally and, it neither believes in nor makes money but human utilities, needs, aspirations, creativity, imagination and dreams are served without money, where everyone works and creates for others as others create and work for them, thus, bringing in meaning and purpose to life along with it come natural justice, equality and liberty that establish a true civilisation. And in one word, this system of human affairs management is called, Humanics and a society that runs itself in humanics is called a humanical society. So, join us: Join The Humanion Team

 
Guernica Remakings Exhibition in Brighton: July 31-August 23

|| July 23: 2017: University of Brighton News || ά. Remakes of Pablo Picasso’s classic Guernica painting of the bombing of a Spanish town will be on display in Brighton this summer. The exhibition will include Vasco Gargalo’s ‘Aleppo Guernica’, which includes the faces of Russian President Vladimir Putin and Syrian President Bashar Al-Assad to highlight those accused of involvement in the atrocities of the Syrian conflict. ‘Guernica Remakings’ will run from July 31-August 23 at the University of Brighton’s Gallery in Grand Parade, Brighton.

The Exhibition is the result of research by Dr Nicola Ashmore, whose work highlights the ways Picasso’s mural have been re-made across the globe for political protests, that resonate with the original intention of the work, 'to push back at those in power, who choose to act to the detriment of civilians'. Dr Ashmore said, “This work is, particularly poignant, in a period, when the UK is withdrawing from Europe, in part, motivated, it seems by fear around the freedom of movement of 'others'.'' Readmore

 

United Kingdom

The Mythology of How Rich the People of the UK Are: Out of 63,181,000, 2011 Census, 40%, That's About 25,272,800, of the Working Age Population Has Less Than £100 in Savings and More Than 01.7 Million People in the UK Do Not Even Have a Bank Account.

 

 

Having Stepped Outside the House: Opening the Eyes: I Have Not Taken a Look on the Single Dew-Drop on the Single Blade of Grass: Rabindranath Tagore

|| July 24: 2017 || ά. A new study was commissioned by Jordans Cereal on behalf of the Jordans Farm Partnership, which brings together the Wildlife Trusts, Linking Environment and Farming:LEAF, the Prince's Countryside Fund and 40 progressive British farms, that grow cereals for Jordans. The partnership is designed to promote sustainable farming with a commitment to give over 10% of land on Jordans farms to British wildlife. Research from the 2016 State of Nature Report showed that more than half of British farmland species are in long-term decline.

This has a major impact on how nature fares within the UK as around 75% of land is used for farming. The risk of this decline continuing is real unless action is taken to ensure wildlife is protected and people have the opportunity to experience it, whether in Britain's countryside or in gardens, towns and cities. The Jordans Farm Partnership has been created to help stem this decline and support endangered species like these birds by restoring and recreating habitats. Rough grassland provides areas, where barn owls can hunt for prey and allowing some hedges to thicken and become taller can encourage turtle doves to nest. Readmore

Collected Shadows Photographic Exhibition Opens at Void in Derry: August 12-October 07: Then Goes on Nationwide Tour

|| July 23: 2017 || ά. Collected Shadows, an exhibition of photographs from the extensive collection of the Archive of Modern Conflict:AMC will be shown in the UK for the first time, organised by Southbank Centre’s Hayward Touring. Opening at Void in Derry before embarking on a national tour, Collected Shadows offers a rare glimpse into the AMC’s extraordinary holdings of more than eight million images. First established twenty five years ago as an archive of vernacular photographs and ephemera relating to the First and Second World Wars, the AMC has since expanded to encompass a plethora of subject matter. The Exhibition will open at Void, Derry on Saturday, August 12 before touring to Stills: Centre for Photography in Edinburgh, The Edge, University of Bath and Peninsula Arts, Plymouth University.

Curated by Mr Timothy Prus, Director of the Archive of Modern Conflict, Collected Shadows presents a selection of 200 photographs from the archive, including, works by renowned photographers Robert Frank, Brassai, Bert Hardy, Marketa Luskacova, Bertha Jacques, Eugène Atget and Walker Evans alongside a vast array of images by unknown and amateur photographers. Curator Mr Timothy Prus writes, “The areas covered in this show are more than eclectic. In one moment we will be in the Pacific Ocean of the nineteenth century and the next in outer space. Readmore

The Theresa May Last Lost Cause Fund: £1,000,000,000: Started on June 26: 2017 The Nation Counts: Day 28
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The UK Upper House: The House of Lords Must Be Renamed to End the Discrimination Against Women as the Name Not Only Fails to Acknowledge and Accept the Existence of Its Female Members But Also Denies the Very Fact That They Exist as Part of This House 

 

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The Long Walk to Humanics: There can never be an app that will replace a surgeon doing the surgery nor there can ever be a bridge built, symphony composed, epic written, painting painted by a machine. Reading is such a vital thing in pursuit of knowledge for without reading knowledge is rudimentary. The Humanion is for Readers to Read. The Humanion is not for anything else but for Readers to read so to be encouraged to think and ponder about things. The Humanion is a Human Enterprise which is an idea in which no one owns anything but everyone belongs to the whole as the whole belongs to everyone lawfully and equally and, it neither believes in nor makes money but human utilities, needs, aspirations, creativity, imagination and dreams are served without money, where everyone works and creates for others as others create and work for them, thus, bringing in meaning and purpose to life along with it come natural justice, equality and liberty  that establish a true civilisation. And in one word, this system of human affairs management is called, Humanics and a society that runs itself in humanics is called a humanical society.......But in the meanwhile...And thus, The Humanion believes we should seek to ensure that all citizens of a nation have: a: Guaranteed Universal Income; b: A Guaranteed Home; c: A Guaranteed Education Up to College and Guaranteed Subsidised Route to Degree-Level Education; d: A Guaranteed Job; e: Guaranteed Access to Free for All Healthcare at the Point of Need and f: A Guaranteed Universal-Child-Income-Protection Where Every Child is Guaranteed Equal Financial Support from 0-16; g: Guaranteed Social Care and h: Guaranteed Access to Equitable Pension:Provides a living income. So, join us: Join The Humanion Team

 
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Imagine a Rose-Boat

Imagine a rose floating like a tiny little boat on this ocean of infinity
And raise your soul-sail on this wee-little boat and go seeking out
All along feed on nothing but the light that you gather only light
Fear shall never fathom you nor greed can tempt nor illusion divert
For Love you are by name by deeds you are love's working-map
 

 

Only in the transparent pool of knowledge, chiselled out by the sharp incision of wisdom, is seen the true face of what truth is: That what  beauty paints, that what music sings, that what love makes into a magic. And it is life: a momentary magnificence, a-bloom like a bubble's miniscule exposition, against the spread of this awe-inspiring composition of the the Universe. Only through the path of seeking, learning, asking and developing, only through the vehicles and vesicles of knowledge, only through listening to the endless springs flowing beneath, outside, around and beyond our reach, of wisdom, we find the infinite ocean of love which is boundless, eternal, and being infinite, it makes us, shapes us and frees us onto the miracle of infinite liberty: without border, limitation or end. There is nothing better, larger or deeper that humanity can ever be than to simply be and do love. The Humanion

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At Home in the Universe : One Without Frontier. Editor: Munayem Mayenin

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First Published: September 24: 2015

The names, some without images, and the images used on the Home Page of The Humanion of these astonishing human  beings, a tiny representation of the human endeavours, whose lives and works not only enriched and enhanced humanity in the past but will continue to do so in the future. The images and names are placed in random order. This is meant to be our effort to create a 'portrait of humanity' and we hope you take it as such. And let this be an open invite to everyone to learn more about these names and their works.

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