After all, there are not very many legendary drummers.
And don’t miss this his I need coffee … Bali coffee rocks
sugar aside, I’m happy!!!
The witches seed where could it be represented if not in nature?
Tones theater Nature is great project of Tones on the Stones, which through a path of environmental redevelopment has begun to transform the former industrial site of Cava Roncino into a permanent Theater immersed in nature.
Magical isn’t it?
Yet that’s not all: some of the songs were written by Chrissie Hynde, another name that certainly needs no introduction, yet we can call Chrissie one of us about coffee.
Indeed, in this tweet she writes: as if I realized that over the years I would become a bit of a coffee snob. Easy to do with this new coffee culture we have embraced. But when I read Patti Smith’s tribute to Sam Shepherd, I noticed that she was referring to a cup of Nescafé when Sam called in the middle of the night.It was on my mind for a few months and I realized I was going to be a coffee snob. Surely if it’s good enough for Patti Smith, it’s good enough for me. Now I make myself a cup of powdered coffee and get on with my day.
What to say?
If instant coffee is good enough for the great …
Speaking of great, the main performer of The witches seed will be Irene Grandi.
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Unheard certainly have been all women tried and convicted of witchcraft, and The witches seed is inspired by a true story based on the writing of Jonathan Moore.
So let’s recap the ingredients:
– mix of Ossola Valley and immersive set projections by Edvige Faini
– mix of real-life characters and fantasy enrichments
– mix between rock and opera by the Philharmonic Orchestra under the direction of Eimear Noone
– mix between the pop rock imprint of Irene Grandi and the caliber of two sopranos: Maddalena Calderoni and Veronica Granatiero
– mix of Manfred Schweigklofer’s direction and Nemo Academy’s digital arts
what do you say, could that be enough?
But no: there are other really special weaves, and they are the Intreccincantiere promoted by Manifattura di Domodossola in collaboration with Lineapelle to enhance Made in Italy design and creative art, which will give a totally unique touch to the costumes.
The term was first used by William James in 1895 but did not refer to other possible universes: visible nature is all plasticity and indifference, a multiverse, as one might called it, and not a universe.
Alternative worlds are rather present in the fiction of Jorge Luis Borges and H. G. Wells which I have already talked about.
The authorship of the thought on “parallel dimensions,” or universes coexisting and separated in space-time terms is instead attributed to Hugh Everett III controversial character who, however, did not have much consideration.
Subsequently the concept evolved into the so-called string theory: a sort of fusion between quantum mechanics and Albert Einstein’s theory of relativity.
The definition of “strings” derives from the idea of strings which, subjected to particular vibrations corresponding to particles with defined properties such as mass and charge, give rise to matter and energy.
From strings to get to the multiverse we need to consider Alan Guth’s theory of inflation and Andrei Linde’s new inflation not to be confused with the inflation that hinders us every day in this precise dimension.
Since the only thing clear in my mind is the chaos theory, I really like this video that shows the humanity of these unattainable minds and reminds us that the results can come even after “30 years” but that we must not give up.
IMAGAENARIA is an old-fashioned bookshop, as less and less are found in Italy … the presentation looks like the beginning of a fairy tale and I honestly still am enchanted when I read these things and I feel grateful for the precious recovery of unjustly forgotten works of literature from every time and country.
Vilhelm Bergsøewho I discovered a frequenter of the Caffè Greco in Rome as a member of the Scandinavian Circle was a zoologist and in his book a meticulous and dedicated attention to Nature in all its aspects.
While I was reading, I never stopped imagining Laura intent on her translation work: which must not have been easy at all and for which I can only congratulate her endlessly.
I don’t know about you, but very often, reading books by foreign authors, I do not dwell sufficiently on the scope of the work of those who translate, which undoubtedly plays an essential role.
It is far from simple in fact to recreate the same atmospheres that the author generates with his completely personal way of writing and to keep faith with the original writing style.
Writing is the painting of the voice.
I believe that this quote by Voltaire contains the essence of what level the necessary competence must reach to translate “painting” into another language.
Among other things, The singing Stone is very rich in detailed descriptions of the environment and vegetation, with names of plants that I, for example, did not even know.
A book that has the power to carry the reader on the same path to discover a part of the island of Ischia known only to those who were born there, and who have handed down the stories of their ancestors.
An exploration in nature, but also in time, among the legends that I particularly love and which reunite natural phenomena with the history experienced by the people, in a complete immersion in the magical atmosphere of the place.
Obviously I don’t want to completely reveal the identity of the singing Stone so as not to spoil the pleasure of discovery, which I advise you not to miss.
Rather, we will reconfirm my highest esteem to Laura. Again and again thank you!
Imagine you sit down and pick up your favorite book. You look at the image on the front cover, run your fingers across the smooth book sleeve, and smell that familiar book smell as you flick through the pages. To you, the book is made up of a range of sensory appearances.
With an opening like this, what do you think?
I was immediately attracted to it and continued reading:
But you also expect the book has its own independent existence behind those appearances. So when you put the book down on the coffee table and walk into the kitchen, or leave your house to go to work, you expect the book still looks, feels, and smells just as it did when you were holding it.
Have you ever thought otherwise? Where is this question leading us? If I had not “spoiled” through the title, I would almost leave in suspense curious about your answer.
The article, which I recommend you continue here is titled “Is Reality a Game of Quantum Mirrors? A New Theory Helps Explain Schrödinger’s Cat.”
Also thanks to a quote from the new book by Carlo Rovelli it is about this theory useful to understand in a very simplified way the concept of the uncertainty principle of quantum mechanics.
Off course this information always comes to me from Massimo, because I am rather in chaos already considering only one dimension … yet in this case, even a less brilliant mind like mine can grasp this concept in a basic way.
Research from Yale University has been published on Nature mainly by Zlatko Minev according to which it is possible to predict the quantum leap and therefore to know before opening the box.
But regardless of this I would like to dwell on the idea of two different opposing versions, yet both true.
Finding myself in a particular moment of life, with the aggravating circumstance of being a chronic indecisive, I will inevitably have to make crucial decisions.
Are you resolute or recriminating? Do you attribute events to chance, to fate, or do you ever think that something could have gone differently? The typical question what if… is it just a mental journey for you?
Are you a fatalist or would you rather be able to close the lid of the box to save the cat?