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The Humanion: London: England: United Kingdom: Year Gamma: Day 207: Sunday: April 22: 2018: Cogito Ergo Sum: Descartes 

   

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
Life's Laurel Is You In One-Line-Poetry A Heaven-Bound Propagated Ray Of Light Off The Eye Of The Book Of Life: Love For You Are Only Once
 

 

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

|| April 22: 2018 || ά. Today, April 22, is the Earth Day: despite having billions of her children Mother Earth has no voice to scream at this insane humanity to stop and take a look and gather the devastations we have all been causing to the entire earth! Leaving aside all the other dangerous and desperate such issues, that must be dealt with, let us take a look at just the plastic inflictions and devastations, caused by us, to the earth, that has, on its own, without any help from any other danger supporting it, got the potential to bring the entire web of life to a dead end! Since it is everywhere: it is on the land, it is in the air and it is in the water from where it is in your drinks, in our water, in our streams, canals, springs, flows, brooks, lakes, ponds, rivers and, finally, in the seas and oceans from where it is eating away all the marine 'vegetations' and getting into the biochemistry of the marine animal spheres and from there this all journeys back to our plates and from there inside our physiologies.

And there plastics is creating havoc all across the web of life, including, human lives and will continue to do so but get worse as time progresses for our plastic consumption is not stopping. This can not go on any minute longer and, it is, therefore, time for the world and every single human being and all agencies of all kinds to wake up and begin to do their parts, faster and better and together! It is time to end it all or we face the prospect of being plastic-eaten as we keep on eating and drinking things, that the plastic has, already, eaten up and we must do it all together with seriousness of purpose and resolution of commitment and avoid tokenism and gimmicks. Look up and out and take in this horror of plastic and register and choose to do whatever is possible to be done to save not just the mother earth but ourselves for this plastic challenges the entire ecology of the web of life! And, on this we hear some initiative taken by Edition Hotels. The Hotel Group, a partnership between Ian Schrager and Marriott International, in which they are introducing this venture to omit single use plastic from the hotel industry.

This goes to show what every single agency and every single person can do to take this work forward. There is no other way but to act. If, there is a bullet stuck inside the physiology, there is no other way, if, it is possible to be removed safely, to take it out. We must stop using plastics but that won't happen, if, the governments and all other agencies work together to support and bring about and together the 'replacement', the 'alternative' of plastic so that plastic is no longer used and so that the other part, to clean the plastic, that is, already, everywhere. Both these set of actions, must, happen simultaneously so that we stop using plastic and we keep on cleaning the stuff we have been using and piling up. This initiative, Stay Plastic Free, was developed by Mr Ben Pundole, Vice President of the Groups' Customer Experiences, will see all Edition Hotels to be 90% single use plastic free by the end of Q1 2018 with the intention of being 100% single use plastic free by the end of Q1 2019. Readmore

The Elleesium Jodie Carey's Sea at the Foundling Museum: May 25-September 02
 

 

 || April 20: 2018 || ά. The Foundling Museum is bringing in a new series of site-responsive installations by Artist Ms Jodie Carey, commissioned by the Museum for display in the exhibition gallery and among the historic Collection. Ms Carey’s response to the history of the Foundling Hospital has been to create a series of striking works, that explore themes of love, loss and trace. Imbued with a sense of remembrance, these sculptures encourage visitors to reflect on the thousands of children, who passed through the Foundling Hospital from the 1740s-1950s and the fragility of human life and relationships. Sea will be running between May 25 and September 02.

Her recent work has explored themes of mortality and memory through combining monumental scale with vulnerable materials, using techniques, that result in the act of creation remaining visible. Drawing inspiration from the eighteenth-century fabric tokens left by mothers with their babies at the Foundling Hospital as a means of identification, Sea is a large scale installation for Museum’s exhibition gallery. Sea is formed of hundreds of swatches of fabric, that have been dipped in liquid clay and fired to create delicate, white ceramic fragments, that cover the gallery floor. Readmore

 

 

 

 

Open Your Cell-Book to Find Universana in Your Nano-Seismic Clasp and Grasp Infinity by Infinite Hands

Alphansum Isz: Therefore I Isz and Exist in Both Infiniternal and Temporal: Alphansum Sovereign Necessarius

 

 

The and Art and Universe: Theartuniverse: We Did Not Make It But Have Been Blessed to Have Been Able to Witness  It Being Made Before Our Eyes by The Universe Herself: Be Theartuniverse: An Infinity Unfolding Itself: Infinity Lives in Our Finite Only We Have to Make Our Home in the Infinite: Be Theartuniverse

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

   

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 

 

 

 

 

 
Scientists Find New Way to Better Use the Immune System to Fight Cancer

|| April 19: 2018: University of Southampton News || ά. Scientists at the University of Southampton have shown how stimulating a specific location on the surface of immune cells can be targeted with antibodies to help in their fight against cancer. The new work concerns a receptor, called, CD40, found of the surface of certain immune cells, which regulates their activity. The CD40 receptors are, normally, dispersed over the surface of resting immune cell, but, must be, concentrated and clustered into highly organised complexes in order to trigger an immune response against cancer.

Scientists believe that very precise clustering is required to trigger an activation signal to ‘kick-start’ the immune cells as they fight diseases, including, cancer. The use of the body’s own immune system to find and kill cancer cells is rapidly changing the way the disease is managed and treated. Cancer displays unique markers, that can be recognised by the immune system but cancer, frequently, prevents the immune system’s attack by putting the immune cells into a state of exhaustion. A new family of immune-boosting drugs, many of which have origins in Southampton laboratories, are able to reverse the cancer cells ability to exhaust the immune cells and kick starts them. Readmore

 

Scientists Uncover 80 Potential Lines of Attack Against Prostate Cancer

|| April 17: 2018: Institute of Cancer Research London News || ά. Scientists have identified 80 molecular weaknesses in prostate cancer, that could be targeted by drugs, in the largest, most comprehensive study, ever, conducted into the genes, that drive the disease. Around a quarter of the gene mutations identified involve the targets of existing drugs, that are either licensed or in clinical trials, suggesting that these could offer promise for further study as new approaches to treatment. And the landmark research opened up 60 new potential lines of attack against prostate cancer for future investigation, as well as, identifying many new genes associated with the development of the disease.

An international research team, led by scientists at the Institute of Cancer Research, London, used Big Data techniques to analyse the tumour genetics of nearly a thousand patients with prostate cancer alongside a wealth of drug data. The study is published in the journal Nature Genetics today and was largely funded by Cancer Research UK. The researchers obtained genetic information from the tumours of 112 men with prostate cancer and pooled it with data from other studies, together analysing samples from 930 prostate cancer patients. They combined detailed genetic analysis with the latest Big Data approaches to identify large numbers of genetic changes, that underlie the development and spread of prostate cancer. Readmore