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You're So Vain


Carly Simon / No Secrets / 1972

Filmed in 1987 / Live From Martha's Vineyard concert

YouTube: Carly Simon - You're So Vain (Carly Simon)

 



Looking for truth, which is in all things, without identity, shape or words.
Don't be and don't look for it, and you will find it everywhere.
  • Understanding -
    Enamel on canvas
    10x70x4cm
    2016
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http://www.davidecanepa.com

#art #freedom #abstract #arte #creative #gallery #photo #streetart #urban #philosophy #society #modernart #wakeup #unity #artstudio #spiritual #universal #love #canvas #timeless #now #beautiful #consciousness #nature #wisdom #inspiration #truth #style #soul #meditation
 
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lookit this lovely :D
this little one has been visiting for the last few days, keeping me company while i potter around, and today flew down to a couple of metres from me at face-level as i sat and sipped coffee, fluttered a while then back up to the aerial. What a remarkable and lovely thing!

#fren #raptor #kite #beautiful #Nature #birb #birds #photo #myphoto #mywork
 

"Darwin is dead, and we have killed him!"

Mathematical challenges to Darwin’s Theory of Evolution, with #DavidBerlinski, #StephenMeyer, and #DavidGelernter





Based on new #evidence and #knowledge that functioning #proteins are extremely rare, should #Darwin’s theory of evolution be dismissed, dissected, developed or replaced with a theory of intelligent design?

Has #Darwinism really failed? #PeterRobinson discusses it with David #Berlinski, David #Gelernter, and Stephen #Meyer, who have raised #doubts about Darwin’s #theory in their two books and essay, respectively #TheDeniableDarwin, #DarwinsDoubt, and “Giving Up Darwin” (published in the Claremont Review of Books).

#Robinson asks them to convince him that the term “species” has not been defined by the authors to Darwin’s disadvantage. Gelernter replies to this and explains, as he expressed in his essay, that he sees Darwin’s theory as #beautiful (which made it difficult for him to give it up): “Beauty is often a telltale sign of #truth. Beauty is our guide to the intellectual #universe—walking beside us through the uncharted wilderness, pointing us in the right direction, keeping us on track—most of the time.” Gelernter notes that there’s no reason to doubt that Darwin successfully explained the small adjustments by which an #organism #adapts to local circumstances: changes to fur density or wing style or beak shape. Yet there are many reasons to doubt whether Darwin can answer the hard questions and explain the big picture—not the fine-tuning of #existing #species but the #emergence of new ones. Meyer explains Darwinism as a comprehensive #synthesis, which gained #popularity for its #appeal. Meyer also mentions that one cannot disregard that Darwin’s book was based on the facts present in the 19th century.

Robinson then asks the panel whether Darwin’s theory of gradual evolution is contradicted by the explosion of fossil records in the #Cambrian period, when there was a sudden occurrence of many species over the span of approximately seventy million years (Meyer’s noted that the date range for the Cambrian period is actually narrowing). Meyer replies that even #population #genetics, the mathematical branch of Darwinian theory, has not been able to support the explosion of fossil records during the Cambrian period, biologically or geologically.

Robinson than asks about Darwin’s main problem, #molecular #biology, to which Meyer explains, comparing it to digital world, that building a new biological function is similar to building a new #code, which Darwin could not understand in his era. Berlinski does not second this and states that the cell represents very complex machinery, with complexities increasing over time, which is difficult to explain by a theory. Gelernter throws light on this by giving an example of a necklace on which the positioning of different beads can lead to different #permutations and #combinations; it is really tough to choose the best possible combination, more difficult than finding a needle in a haystack. He seconds Meyer’s statement that it was impossible for Darwin to understand that in his era, since the math is…

#science #biology #mathematics #maths #bio #research #evidence #empiricism
 

"Darwin is dead, and we have killed him!"

Mathematical challenges to Darwin’s Theory of Evolution, with #DavidBerlinski, #StephenMeyer, and #DavidGelernter





Based on new #evidence and #knowledge that functioning #proteins are extremely rare, should #Darwin’s theory of evolution be dismissed, dissected, developed or replaced with a theory of intelligent design?

Has #Darwinism really failed? #PeterRobinson discusses it with David #Berlinski, David #Gelernter, and Stephen #Meyer, who have raised #doubts about Darwin’s #theory in their two books and essay, respectively #TheDeniableDarwin, #DarwinsDoubt, and “Giving Up Darwin” (published in the Claremont Review of Books).

#Robinson asks them to convince him that the term “species” has not been defined by the authors to Darwin’s disadvantage. Gelernter replies to this and explains, as he expressed in his essay, that he sees Darwin’s theory as #beautiful (which made it difficult for him to give it up): “Beauty is often a telltale sign of #truth. Beauty is our guide to the intellectual #universe—walking beside us through the uncharted wilderness, pointing us in the right direction, keeping us on track—most of the time.” Gelernter notes that there’s no reason to doubt that Darwin successfully explained the small adjustments by which an #organism #adapts to local circumstances: changes to fur density or wing style or beak shape. Yet there are many reasons to doubt whether Darwin can answer the hard questions and explain the big picture—not the fine-tuning of #existing #species but the #emergence of new ones. Meyer explains Darwinism as a comprehensive #synthesis, which gained #popularity for its #appeal. Meyer also mentions that one cannot disregard that Darwin’s book was based on the facts present in the 19th century.

Robinson then asks the panel whether Darwin’s theory of gradual evolution is contradicted by the explosion of fossil records in the #Cambrian period, when there was a sudden occurrence of many species over the span of approximately seventy million years (Meyer’s noted that the date range for the Cambrian period is actually narrowing). Meyer replies that even #population #genetics, the mathematical branch of Darwinian theory, has not been able to support the explosion of fossil records during the Cambrian period, biologically or geologically.

Robinson than asks about Darwin’s main problem, #molecular #biology, to which Meyer explains, comparing it to digital world, that building a new biological function is similar to building a new #code, which Darwin could not understand in his era. Berlinski does not second this and states that the cell represents very complex machinery, with complexities increasing over time, which is difficult to explain by a theory. Gelernter throws light on this by giving an example of a necklace on which the positioning of different beads can lead to different #permutations and #combinations; it is really tough to choose the best possible combination, more difficult than finding a needle in a haystack. He seconds Meyer’s statement that it was impossible for Darwin to understand that in his era, since the math is…

#science #biology #mathematics #maths #bio #research #evidence #empiricism
 
 
 
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Great memory with my friend Rolf in Cologne :-) This line up was phantastic:

#TerroirSerbia Harizma #Chardonnay 2009
#TerriorMorocco Château Reslane #Chardonnay
#TerroirLibanon Ksara 2012 Cuvée du Pape #Chardonnay 2012
#TerriorAustriq Kollwentz Burgenland 2008 #Chardonnay 2008
#TerriorGermany Schlossberg R Bernhard Huber 2009 #Chardonnay
#TerriorSüdtirol Löwengang 2009 Alois Lageder #Chardonnay
#TerroirFrance Beaune 1er Cru Les Aigrots Domaine Michel Lafarge #Chardonnay
#Champagne Blanc de Blancs
#TerroirFrance #Chateauneuf du Pape 1989
#TerroirFrance #Chateauneuf du Pape Château Fortia 1990
#TerroirFrance #Chablis #PremiereCru Domaine William Fevre 2008
#TerroirFrance #Chablis #PremiereCru Domaine William Fevre 2009
#TerroirFrance #Verticale #Condrieu Grillette #Viognier 2010 Domaine du Montez

#quantumlife #cyprussummer #lebeseelischeidentität #livinginparadise #begrateful #seieinheld #admatrix #etmatrix #paxation #zypernurlaub #cyprusholidays

#photography #photooftheday #photo #photographer #picoftheday #love #art #beautiful #follow #beauty #travelphotography #nature #photoshoot #photos #happy #lifestyle #fotografia
 
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