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A plane has a pilot. A bus has a driver. A train has a conductor. But who controls a Mars rover? During the last seven years that I have operated spacecraft both in orbit and on the surface of Mars, I’ve come back again and again to the question of who is most responsible for making a spacecraft go.

Is it the ACE who sends the commands to the Deep Space Network (DSN) to be sent to the spacecraft? But they didn’t write the commands. Then is it the science Payload Uplink Lead who wrote them? But they only wrote them out in plain text, which a rover can’t read. Maybe it’s the Sequence Integration Engineer who converted them to a binary file the rover could understand? But they don’t understand the nuance of how or where to point an instrument or how long to expose the camera’s detector in order to get the crisp images we’ve become so familiar with, nor can they point an antenna at Mars like a DSN operator needs to. Perhaps the rover controls itself with its sophisticated onboard automation. Or should that credit go to the flight software developer who wrote the algorithms?

After seven years of thinking about this question and discussing it with colleagues, the best answer I can give is this: All of us are, and none of us are.

As one of the thousands of engineers and scientists who have worked on Perseverance, I’ve come to see the project as an ant hill. Just as no one ant is smart or strong enough to build an ant hill on its own, none of us is smart enough or capable enough to design, build, test, or operate a Mars rover on our own. Instead, we rely on each other’s expertise, diversity, and our hard won experience through the various successes and failures of our careers. None of us is smart enough to do the entire job. Not even the sum of our intelligences is enough. Instead, just as with an ant colony, we only get the job done through the emergent intelligence that stems from every small interaction we have with each other, making us better than the sum of our parts.

In the last month, this has been on full display as we have loaded a new version of flight software, selected the next core sample target at the “Brac” outcrop, and drilled at that location. It couldn’t be any other way as each of these tasks is complex, requires expertise in very different skills, and takes many more hours than a single person or even a single team could manage.

Working on a system as complex as Perseverance is humbling and awe inspiring. As deeply as I understand my own work, the design of the rover, and the ways we operate it, there’s just so much more that I don’t know. And there always will be. But that’s not a problem because wherever my knowledge ends, a colleague’s begins. In that way, the rover is far more than a robot on Mars. It’s an extension of the minds and the community of engineers and scientists who have worked on it. It’s a shining beacon of human consciousness on another world.

Written by Matt Muszynski, Vehicle Systems Engineer at NASA/JPL.

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NASA’s Mars Perseverance rover acquired this image using its Left Mastcam-Z camera. Mastcam-Z is a pair of cameras located high on the rover’s mast. Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/ASU

A plane has a pilot. A bus has a driver. A train has a conductor. But who controls a Mars rover? During the last seven years that I have operated spacecraft both in orbit and on the surface of Mars, I’ve come back again and again to the question of who is most responsible for making a spacecraft go.

Is it the ACE who sends the commands to the Deep Space Network (DSN) to be sent to the spacecraft? But they didn’t write the commands. Then is it the science Payload Uplink Lead who wrote them? But they only wrote them out in plain text, which a rover can’t read. Maybe it’s the Sequence Integration Engineer who converted them to a binary file the rover could understand? But they don’t understand the nuance of how or where to point an instrument or how long to expose the camera’s detector in order to get the crisp images we’ve become so familiar with, nor can they point an antenna at Mars like a DSN operator needs to. Perhaps the rover controls itself with its sophisticated onboard automation. Or should that credit go to the flight software developer who wrote the algorithms?

After seven years of thinking about this question and discussing it with colleagues, the best answer I can give is this: All of us are, and none of us are.

As one of the thousands of engineers and scientists who have worked on Perseverance, I’ve come to see the project as an ant hill. Just as no one ant is smart or strong enough to build an ant hill on its own, none of us is smart enough or capable enough to design, build, test, or operate a Mars rover on our own. Instead, we rely on each other’s expertise, diversity, and our hard won experience through the various successes and failures of our careers. None of us is smart enough to do the entire job. Not even the sum of our intelligences is enough. Instead, just as with an ant colony, we only get the job done through the emergent intelligence that stems from every small interaction we have with each other, making us better than the sum of our parts.

In the last month, this has been on full display as we have loaded a new version of flight software, selected the next core sample target at the “Brac” outcrop, and drilled at that location. It couldn’t be any other way as each of these tasks is complex, requires expertise in very different skills, and takes many more hours than a single person or even a single team could manage.

Working on a system as complex as Perseverance is humbling and awe inspiring. As deeply as I understand my own work, the design of the rover, and the ways we operate it, there’s just so much more that I don’t know. And there always will be. But that’s not a problem because wherever my knowledge ends, a colleague’s begins. In that way, the rover is far more than a robot on Mars. It’s an extension of the minds and the community of engineers and scientists who have worked on it. It’s a shining beacon of human consciousness on another world.

Written by Matt Muszynski, Vehicle Systems Engineer at NASA/JPL.

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science Karl Lauterbach

Omikron “dangerous for the vaccinated as well as for the unvaccinated”

Omikron is causing uncertainty around the world

According to the Interior Ministry, the new variant has not yet been proven in Germany. However, it can be assumed that the prevalence is already significantly greater than the known cases.

The infection process is “more aggressive than expected”: SPD health expert Lauterbach warns in the ARD of “big events, full bars, full shops that cause us problems.” In view of the Omikron variant, he calls for further restrictions in Germany.

Dhe SPD health expert Karl Lauterbach has called for further restrictions in view of the current corona situation and the occurrence of a possibly even more dangerous variant of the virus. “In fact, the infection process is more aggressive than expected,” he said in the ARD “Tagesthemen” on Friday evening. “It’s the big events, the full bars, the full shops that cause us problems.”

The measures would have worked, contacts decreased somewhat. “But it is not yet where it should be, and it will definitely be necessary for us to re-sharpen it, I assume that too.”

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Politicians may now have to readjust again, Lauterbach said. “What causes major problems in particular is that the controls on 2G and 2G-plus are not carried out adequately at all.”

In addition, there are still too many large events. “And it is precisely these big events and also the full bars, the full shops that cause us problems.”

Omikron could be even more contagious

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Lauterbach is very concerned that the potentially dangerous variant B.1.1.529 that has emerged in southern Africa could also reach Germany. If that happened, we’d have a huge problem. “Because there is nothing worse than getting a particularly dangerous variant into a running wave.” The variant seems to be dangerous for “vaccinated and unvaccinated” people. “That’s why we have to work with travel restrictions here, every day that can be won before this variant comes up really counts here.”

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Lauterbach emphasized that the booster effect of previous vaccines was enormously strong. He is therefore confident that “the booster vaccinations also protect against this variant”. However, if this variant were to gain massive acceptance, which is currently not known, “then a new vaccine would have to be developed. It would then be on the market in three months “.

According to South African scientists, Omikron could be even more contagious than the currently rampant Delta variant and make the existing vaccines less effective because of an unusually high number of mutations.

Experts fear that the many mutations in the variant will cause the pathogen to spread faster or that the vaccines will lose their protective effect. A first case was reported in Belgium on Friday.

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Numerous countries, including Germany and other EU member states, have already stopped air traffic with South Africa and other countries in the region. However, Belgium was the first EU country to report on Friday that an Omikron infection had been found in a traveler from Africa. Cases have also been reported in Botswana, Hong Kong and Israel.

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science Karl Lauterbach

Omikron “dangerous for the vaccinated as well as for the unvaccinated”

Omikron is causing uncertainty around the world

According to the Interior Ministry, the new variant has not yet been proven in Germany. However, it can be assumed that the prevalence is already significantly greater than the known cases.

The infection process is “more aggressive than expected”: SPD health expert Lauterbach warns in the ARD of “big events, full bars, full shops that cause us problems.” In view of the Omikron variant, he calls for further restrictions in Germany.

Dhe SPD health expert Karl Lauterbach has called for further restrictions in view of the current corona situation and the occurrence of a possibly even more dangerous variant of the virus. “In fact, the infection process is more aggressive than expected,” he said in the ARD “Tagesthemen” on Friday evening. “It’s the big events, the full bars, the full shops that cause us problems.”

The measures would have worked, contacts decreased somewhat. “But it is not yet where it should be, and it will definitely be necessary for us to re-sharpen it, I assume that too.”

also read

Politicians may now have to readjust again, Lauterbach said. “What causes major problems in particular is that the controls on 2G and 2G-plus are not carried out adequately at all.”

In addition, there are still too many large events. “And it is precisely these big events and also the full bars, the full shops that cause us problems.”

Omikron could be even more contagious

also read

Brand Story MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY

advertisement

Lauterbach is very concerned that the potentially dangerous variant B.1.1.529 that has emerged in southern Africa could also reach Germany. If that happened, we’d have a huge problem. “Because there is nothing worse than getting a particularly dangerous variant into a running wave.” The variant seems to be dangerous for “vaccinated and unvaccinated” people. “That’s why we have to work with travel restrictions here, every day that can be won before this variant comes up really counts here.”

also read

Virus around blood cells

Lauterbach emphasized that the booster effect of previous vaccines was enormously strong. He is therefore confident that “the booster vaccinations also protect against this variant”. However, if this variant were to gain massive acceptance, which is currently not known, “then a new vaccine would have to be developed. It would then be on the market in three months “.

According to South African scientists, Omikron could be even more contagious than the currently rampant Delta variant and make the existing vaccines less effective because of an unusually high number of mutations.

Experts fear that the many mutations in the variant will cause the pathogen to spread faster or that the vaccines will lose their protective effect. A first case was reported in Belgium on Friday.

also read

Czech Republic's Corona Oracle: Jaroslav Flegr is a parasitologist and evolutionary biologist at Charles University in Prague

Corona oracle from the Czech Republic

Numerous countries, including Germany and other EU member states, have already stopped air traffic with South Africa and other countries in the region. However, Belgium was the first EU country to report on Friday that an Omikron infection had been found in a traveler from Africa. Cases have also been reported in Botswana, Hong Kong and Israel.

.

" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1637999729) } [2]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(73) "Jennifer Lawrence Had No Idea What ‘Twilight’ Was When She Auditioned" ["link"]=> string(100) "https://movs.world/movie-actors/jennifer-lawrence-had-no-idea-what-twilight-was-when-she-auditioned/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(11) "Susan Hally" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Sat, 27 Nov 2021 07:53:12 +0000" ["category"]=> string(50) "Movie ActorsAuditionedideaJenniferLawrencetwilight" ["guid"]=> string(100) "https://movs.world/movie-actors/jennifer-lawrence-had-no-idea-what-twilight-was-when-she-auditioned/" ["description"]=> string(683) "Jennifer Lawrence is one of the most recognizable faces in Hollywood. Despite her young age, she already has four Oscar nominations and one win under her belt. The Kentucky native has also headlined a massive film franchise. She became undeniably famous thanks to her portrayal of Katniss Everdeen in The Hunger Games series. However, Lawrence ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(5835) "

Jennifer Lawrence is one of the most recognizable faces in Hollywood. Despite her young age, she already has four Oscar nominations and one win under her belt. The Kentucky native has also headlined a massive film franchise. She became undeniably famous thanks to her portrayal of Katniss Everdeen in The Hunger Games series. However, Lawrence had an opportunity to headline another popular film franchise as well. The actor once auditioned to play Bella Swan in Twilight.

Jennifer Lawrence | Rich Fury/Getty Images

These days it’s nearly impossible for Twilight fans to imagine someone other than Kristen Stewart as Bella. However, Lawrence once had a shot at playing the vampire-obsessed human. Of course, the Red Sparrow actor had absolutely no inkling that the project she was going out for would turn into such a success. In fact, Lawrence didn’t realize what a big deal Twilight was until long after she’d auditioned and the movie finally premiered.

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" } ["summary"]=> string(683) "Jennifer Lawrence is one of the most recognizable faces in Hollywood. Despite her young age, she already has four Oscar nominations and one win under her belt. The Kentucky native has also headlined a massive film franchise. She became undeniably famous thanks to her portrayal of Katniss Everdeen in The Hunger Games series. However, Lawrence ... Read more" ["atom_content"]=> string(5835) "

Jennifer Lawrence is one of the most recognizable faces in Hollywood. Despite her young age, she already has four Oscar nominations and one win under her belt. The Kentucky native has also headlined a massive film franchise. She became undeniably famous thanks to her portrayal of Katniss Everdeen in The Hunger Games series. However, Lawrence had an opportunity to headline another popular film franchise as well. The actor once auditioned to play Bella Swan in Twilight.

Jennifer Lawrence | Rich Fury/Getty Images

These days it’s nearly impossible for Twilight fans to imagine someone other than Kristen Stewart as Bella. However, Lawrence once had a shot at playing the vampire-obsessed human. Of course, the Red Sparrow actor had absolutely no inkling that the project she was going out for would turn into such a success. In fact, Lawrence didn’t realize what a big deal Twilight was until long after she’d auditioned and the movie finally premiered.

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" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1637999592) } [3]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(52) "In Rome, Emmanuel Macron “listening” to the Pope" ["link"]=> string(79) "https://movs.world/international/in-rome-emmanuel-macron-listening-to-the-pope/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(11) "Susan Hally" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Sat, 27 Nov 2021 07:38:59 +0000" ["category"]=> string(44) "InternationalEmmanuellisteningMacronPopeRome" ["guid"]=> string(79) "https://movs.world/international/in-rome-emmanuel-macron-listening-to-the-pope/" ["description"]=> string(626) "Emmanuel Macron during his meeting with Pope Francis, at the Vatican, November 26, 2021. – / AFP Emmanuel Macron confided it shortly before his exchange with Pope Francis, Friday, November 26. With the sovereign pontiff, there are subjects which concern the intimate, things “That I do not tell you”. The Head of State, who arrived ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(4898) "

Emmanuel Macron confided it shortly before his exchange with Pope Francis, Friday, November 26. With the sovereign pontiff, there are subjects which concern the intimate, things “That I do not tell you”. The Head of State, who arrived in the pouring rain at the Apostolic Palace, spoke for an hour with the Holy Father. A rare duration, a sign of the closeness maintained by the two men, who talk to each other and have already exchanged five times by phone.

Five months before the presidential election, Emmanuel Macron is aware that his visit to the Vatican, after that of 2018, will be interpreted as a political gesture. A hand extended to the Catholics of France to whom he took care to remind that he was not ” personally “ favorable to the bill to extend the duration of abortion from twelve to fourteen weeks, presented by its parliamentary majority, while ensuring that the subject of the end of life would not be put on the table before the end of the five-year term.

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This visit is also part of the desire to remind certain faithful of the humanist values ​​of the Catholic religion in a country shaken, according to the Head of State, by the “Bad winds” nationalism and withdrawal into oneself. It does not matter, basically, that politics is invited to the Vatican. See the pope is “At any time useful and this time is useful », Assumed the President of the Republic, shortly before meeting with the Holy Father.

Came “To listen to it”, the French President has, with the Pope, made an overview of“A world in crisis”. A world destabilized by conflicts, climate change and the health crisis. While the fifth wave of the pandemic is sweeping through Europe, Pope Francis has not failed to recall the importance of giving free access to the vaccine to the poorest countries.

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The author of the ecological encyclical Laudato si also addressed the consequences of the COP26 while elaborating at length on the fate of Lebanon but also of Venezuela, Ethiopia and Poland, heckled by the migratory pressure orchestrated on its border by the Belarusian dictator, Alexander Lukashenko. There was also talk of the European Union, of course, of which France will take the presidency on 1is January.

“A humanism with rules”

Less than forty-eight hours after the tragedy in Calais, where a makeshift boat carrying migrants capsized leaving twenty-seven dead, the question of the fate of migrants, dear to the Pope, served as a backdrop for a good part of these exchanges. Convergence of views? Shortly after the tragedy, the President of the Republic assured that the Channel would not become a “Cemetery”, a word that echoed the words of the sovereign pontiff. During his Angelus prayer in June, Francis spoke of a Mediterranean sea that had become “The largest cemetery in Europe”, wishing to pay tribute to the hundreds of migrants who died in the 2015 crisis.

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" } ["summary"]=> string(626) "Emmanuel Macron during his meeting with Pope Francis, at the Vatican, November 26, 2021. – / AFP Emmanuel Macron confided it shortly before his exchange with Pope Francis, Friday, November 26. With the sovereign pontiff, there are subjects which concern the intimate, things “That I do not tell you”. The Head of State, who arrived ... Read more" ["atom_content"]=> string(4898) "

Emmanuel Macron confided it shortly before his exchange with Pope Francis, Friday, November 26. With the sovereign pontiff, there are subjects which concern the intimate, things “That I do not tell you”. The Head of State, who arrived in the pouring rain at the Apostolic Palace, spoke for an hour with the Holy Father. A rare duration, a sign of the closeness maintained by the two men, who talk to each other and have already exchanged five times by phone.

Five months before the presidential election, Emmanuel Macron is aware that his visit to the Vatican, after that of 2018, will be interpreted as a political gesture. A hand extended to the Catholics of France to whom he took care to remind that he was not ” personally “ favorable to the bill to extend the duration of abortion from twelve to fourteen weeks, presented by its parliamentary majority, while ensuring that the subject of the end of life would not be put on the table before the end of the five-year term.

Read also Article reserved for our subscribers The examination of a text extending the deadlines for abortion canceled after the obstruction of the right

This visit is also part of the desire to remind certain faithful of the humanist values ​​of the Catholic religion in a country shaken, according to the Head of State, by the “Bad winds” nationalism and withdrawal into oneself. It does not matter, basically, that politics is invited to the Vatican. See the pope is “At any time useful and this time is useful », Assumed the President of the Republic, shortly before meeting with the Holy Father.

Came “To listen to it”, the French President has, with the Pope, made an overview of“A world in crisis”. A world destabilized by conflicts, climate change and the health crisis. While the fifth wave of the pandemic is sweeping through Europe, Pope Francis has not failed to recall the importance of giving free access to the vaccine to the poorest countries.

Also listen Covid-19: Can France resist the fifth wave?

The author of the ecological encyclical Laudato si also addressed the consequences of the COP26 while elaborating at length on the fate of Lebanon but also of Venezuela, Ethiopia and Poland, heckled by the migratory pressure orchestrated on its border by the Belarusian dictator, Alexander Lukashenko. There was also talk of the European Union, of course, of which France will take the presidency on 1is January.

“A humanism with rules”

Less than forty-eight hours after the tragedy in Calais, where a makeshift boat carrying migrants capsized leaving twenty-seven dead, the question of the fate of migrants, dear to the Pope, served as a backdrop for a good part of these exchanges. Convergence of views? Shortly after the tragedy, the President of the Republic assured that the Channel would not become a “Cemetery”, a word that echoed the words of the sovereign pontiff. During his Angelus prayer in June, Francis spoke of a Mediterranean sea that had become “The largest cemetery in Europe”, wishing to pay tribute to the hundreds of migrants who died in the 2015 crisis.

You have 43.01% of this article left to read. The rest is for subscribers only.

" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1637998739) } [4]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(52) "“I appreciate the fighters and the constructors”" ["link"]=> string(74) "https://movs.world/culture/i-appreciate-the-fighters-and-the-constructors/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(11) "Susan Hally" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Sat, 27 Nov 2021 07:37:13 +0000" ["category"]=> string(27) "CultureConstructorsFighters" ["guid"]=> string(74) "https://movs.world/culture/i-appreciate-the-fighters-and-the-constructors/" ["description"]=> string(590) "Brigitte Lefèvre, October 4, 2021, at the Palais des Festivals et des Congrès in Cannes. PALAIS DES FESTIVALS AND CONGRESSES IN CANNES Brigitte Lefèvre is a history of choreographic art in itself. From the Opera school, which she joined at the age of 8 to the prestigious position of director of dance at the Opéra ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(3773) "

Brigitte Lefèvre is a history of choreographic art in itself. From the Opera school, which she joined at the age of 8 to the prestigious position of director of dance at the Opéra national de Paris from 1995 to 2014, from ballet to theater, stages to the offices of the ministry of culture from 1985 to 1992, she went through sixty years of dance without letting go of her uncompromising passion.

At the helm of the Cannes Dance Festival since 2015, this fan of Gaston Bachelard signs his final edition placed under the sign of women and the Earth with twenty-eight national and international companies, on the bill from November 27 to December 12 , in nine theaters in Cannes and surrounding towns.

Read also The Cannes Dance Festival heats up the Croisette

For this particular program, you put forward many women choreographers including the American pioneer Martha Graham (1894-1991) or the new flamenco star Rocio Molina. In what spirit did you conceive this feminine and even feminist menu?

During the health crisis, I reread two autobiographies: My life, Isadora Duncan, and Dance memory, by Martha Graham. Their fates moved me again and especially made me want to build this edition around women. I appreciate the fighters and the constructors. Martha Graham’s work, which has been passed on through thick and thin by Janet Eilber, artistic director of the American company since 2005, lays the foundation for modernity in the 1930s. It is rooted in a reading of Greek myths and Freud . She offers a personal point of view on various themes including that of the complexity of female sexuality. From there, I invited artists from all generations like Louise Lecavalier, Maud Le Pladec or even the very young Eugénie Andrin. It is a pleasure to support them because they represent a form of power. But I want to say that there are also men on the bill, including Pierre Pontvianne.

Do you think female choreographers tackle specific subjects?

I would say that male choreographers often have a more global point of view than women, who seem to me to penetrate more deeply into the themes they deal with on set. They appear to me to be less conceptual and more proactive in showing their sensitivity. The dreaminess of Carolyn Carlson, who closes the event with Crossroads to Synchronicity, is very ecological and this is important today. As for Bintou Dembélé, she confronts her history and her African roots by inventing her own ritual for her solo. Strates.

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" } ["summary"]=> string(590) "Brigitte Lefèvre, October 4, 2021, at the Palais des Festivals et des Congrès in Cannes. PALAIS DES FESTIVALS AND CONGRESSES IN CANNES Brigitte Lefèvre is a history of choreographic art in itself. From the Opera school, which she joined at the age of 8 to the prestigious position of director of dance at the Opéra ... Read more" ["atom_content"]=> string(3773) "

Brigitte Lefèvre is a history of choreographic art in itself. From the Opera school, which she joined at the age of 8 to the prestigious position of director of dance at the Opéra national de Paris from 1995 to 2014, from ballet to theater, stages to the offices of the ministry of culture from 1985 to 1992, she went through sixty years of dance without letting go of her uncompromising passion.

At the helm of the Cannes Dance Festival since 2015, this fan of Gaston Bachelard signs his final edition placed under the sign of women and the Earth with twenty-eight national and international companies, on the bill from November 27 to December 12 , in nine theaters in Cannes and surrounding towns.

Read also The Cannes Dance Festival heats up the Croisette

For this particular program, you put forward many women choreographers including the American pioneer Martha Graham (1894-1991) or the new flamenco star Rocio Molina. In what spirit did you conceive this feminine and even feminist menu?

During the health crisis, I reread two autobiographies: My life, Isadora Duncan, and Dance memory, by Martha Graham. Their fates moved me again and especially made me want to build this edition around women. I appreciate the fighters and the constructors. Martha Graham’s work, which has been passed on through thick and thin by Janet Eilber, artistic director of the American company since 2005, lays the foundation for modernity in the 1930s. It is rooted in a reading of Greek myths and Freud . She offers a personal point of view on various themes including that of the complexity of female sexuality. From there, I invited artists from all generations like Louise Lecavalier, Maud Le Pladec or even the very young Eugénie Andrin. It is a pleasure to support them because they represent a form of power. But I want to say that there are also men on the bill, including Pierre Pontvianne.

Do you think female choreographers tackle specific subjects?

I would say that male choreographers often have a more global point of view than women, who seem to me to penetrate more deeply into the themes they deal with on set. They appear to me to be less conceptual and more proactive in showing their sensitivity. The dreaminess of Carolyn Carlson, who closes the event with Crossroads to Synchronicity, is very ecological and this is important today. As for Bintou Dembélé, she confronts her history and her African roots by inventing her own ritual for her solo. Strates.

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" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1637998633) } [5]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(55) "Five planned space stations for tourists and astronauts" ["link"]=> string(81) "https://movs.world/space/five-planned-space-stations-for-tourists-and-astronauts/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(11) "Susan Hally" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Sat, 27 Nov 2021 07:27:43 +0000" ["category"]=> string(38) "Spaceastronautsplannedstationstourists" ["guid"]=> string(81) "https://movs.world/space/five-planned-space-stations-for-tourists-and-astronauts/" ["description"]=> string(642) "There has been a continuous presence of humans in space since 2000, when the International Space Station became operational. Now, as the floating laboratory gets closer to its inevitable retirement, there are questions around what would replace it. Private companies are looking to commercialise low Earth orbit, with space stations that would welcome tourists, researchers ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(9521) "

There has been a continuous presence of humans in space since 2000, when the International Space Station became operational.

Now, as the floating laboratory gets closer to its inevitable retirement, there are questions around what would replace it.

Private companies are looking to commercialise low Earth orbit, with space stations that would welcome tourists, researchers and astronauts.

Meanwhile, government space agencies have increased their focus on the Moon, with Nasa, China and Russia looking to build a lunar base.

The National highlights some of the space stations that were announced by private companies and governments.

Orbital Reef

In October, Jeff Bezos’ Blue Origin announced plans to build a private space station in Earth orbit, called Orbital Reef.

The space tourism company hopes to build a “mixed-use business park” and is promising access to media, tourists, astronauts and researchers.

It is going to be a commercially developed, owned and operated low-Earth orbit station, built in partnership with Boeing, Redwire Space, Sierra Space, Genesis Engineering Solutions and Arizona State University.

“For over sixty years, Nasa and other space agencies have developed orbital space flight and space habitation, setting us up for commercial business to take off in this decade,” Brent Sherwood from Blue Origin said at the time of the announcement.

“We will expand access, lower the cost, and provide all the services and amenities needed to normalise space flight. A vibrant business ecosystem will grow in low Earth orbit, generating new discoveries, new products, new entertainments, and global awareness.”

The plan is to begin operations within this decade, after launching a power system, core module, life habitat and a science module. This would enable the station to host up to 10 people, initially.

Genesis Engineering Solution, an aerospace and technology provider, would supply single-person spacecraft on the station, allowing those on board to go on spacewalks.

Starlab

Less than a week before the Orbital Reef announcement, Nanoracks had unveiled plans of a commercial space station that would aid efforts in scientific research and tourism.

Founded in 2009, Nanoracks is a commercial space company that has sent more than 1,300 research payloads and small satellites to the ISS.

Now, it has gone into partnership with Voyager Space, a company into space exploration, and aerospace firm Lockheed Martin to build its first free-flying space station, called Starlab.

It would include a large inflatable habitat, designed and built by Lockheed Martin, a metallic docking node, a power and propulsion element, a robotic arm for servicing cargo and payloads, a laboratory to host research, science and manufacturing capabilities.

Up to four astronauts would be able to occupy the station. The company hopes to begin operations by 2027.

Axiom Station

Space infrastructure company Axiom is planning to launch a commercial module to the ISS that would become its own independent station once the ISS retires.

The station will offer access to researchers, astronauts and tourists. By 2028, the Axiom modules would be ready to detach from the ISS, allowing microgravity research, manufacturing and life support testing.

The first two modules that will be launched would each have four crew quarters.

Axiom also plans to launch the first paying crew to the ISS next year.

Lunar Gateway

Nasa has ambitious plans to build a station in the Moon’s orbit.

Called the Lunar Gateway, the station would host astronauts before they land on the lunar surface, using a human landing system.

It is part of the space agency’s deep space exploration plans, which includes building a sustainable human presence on the Moon under the Artemis programme, and sending astronauts to Mars from there in future.

Plans for the Gateway includes a Habitation and Logistic Outpost, an initial crew cabin that would offer astronauts basic life support and space to prepare for their trip to the lunar surface.

Nasa chose SpaceX to deliver cargo and other supplies to the station.

China-Russia lunar station

Earlier this year, China and Russia unveiled plans to build the International Lunar Research Station.

The proposal involves sending several Chinese and Russian missions to the Moon over a 15-year period.

Five facilities and nine modules are planned for the station, intended to support long and short missions to the Moon’s surface and orbit.

The plan includes a facility that would support round-trip transfer between Earth and the Moon, lunar orbiting, soft landing, take-off on lunar surface and re-entry to Earth.

A long-term support facility on the surface will include a command centre, energy and supply modules, and thermal management.

Designs also include a “hopping robot” and smart mini-rovers that would move around the surface of the Moon.

The plan is to launch six missions by 2025 during phase one of the station’s construction.

It was reported that China is also working on a lander for human Moon missions.

China has astronauts in low Earth orbit who live on Tianhe, the core cabin module of its Tiangong space station.

Updated: November 27th 2021, 4:00 AM

" } ["summary"]=> string(642) "There has been a continuous presence of humans in space since 2000, when the International Space Station became operational. Now, as the floating laboratory gets closer to its inevitable retirement, there are questions around what would replace it. Private companies are looking to commercialise low Earth orbit, with space stations that would welcome tourists, researchers ... Read more" ["atom_content"]=> string(9521) "

There has been a continuous presence of humans in space since 2000, when the International Space Station became operational.

Now, as the floating laboratory gets closer to its inevitable retirement, there are questions around what would replace it.

Private companies are looking to commercialise low Earth orbit, with space stations that would welcome tourists, researchers and astronauts.

Meanwhile, government space agencies have increased their focus on the Moon, with Nasa, China and Russia looking to build a lunar base.

The National highlights some of the space stations that were announced by private companies and governments.

Orbital Reef

In October, Jeff Bezos’ Blue Origin announced plans to build a private space station in Earth orbit, called Orbital Reef.

The space tourism company hopes to build a “mixed-use business park” and is promising access to media, tourists, astronauts and researchers.

It is going to be a commercially developed, owned and operated low-Earth orbit station, built in partnership with Boeing, Redwire Space, Sierra Space, Genesis Engineering Solutions and Arizona State University.

“For over sixty years, Nasa and other space agencies have developed orbital space flight and space habitation, setting us up for commercial business to take off in this decade,” Brent Sherwood from Blue Origin said at the time of the announcement.

“We will expand access, lower the cost, and provide all the services and amenities needed to normalise space flight. A vibrant business ecosystem will grow in low Earth orbit, generating new discoveries, new products, new entertainments, and global awareness.”

The plan is to begin operations within this decade, after launching a power system, core module, life habitat and a science module. This would enable the station to host up to 10 people, initially.

Genesis Engineering Solution, an aerospace and technology provider, would supply single-person spacecraft on the station, allowing those on board to go on spacewalks.

Starlab

Less than a week before the Orbital Reef announcement, Nanoracks had unveiled plans of a commercial space station that would aid efforts in scientific research and tourism.

Founded in 2009, Nanoracks is a commercial space company that has sent more than 1,300 research payloads and small satellites to the ISS.

Now, it has gone into partnership with Voyager Space, a company into space exploration, and aerospace firm Lockheed Martin to build its first free-flying space station, called Starlab.

It would include a large inflatable habitat, designed and built by Lockheed Martin, a metallic docking node, a power and propulsion element, a robotic arm for servicing cargo and payloads, a laboratory to host research, science and manufacturing capabilities.

Up to four astronauts would be able to occupy the station. The company hopes to begin operations by 2027.

Axiom Station

Space infrastructure company Axiom is planning to launch a commercial module to the ISS that would become its own independent station once the ISS retires.

The station will offer access to researchers, astronauts and tourists. By 2028, the Axiom modules would be ready to detach from the ISS, allowing microgravity research, manufacturing and life support testing.

The first two modules that will be launched would each have four crew quarters.

Axiom also plans to launch the first paying crew to the ISS next year.

Lunar Gateway

Nasa has ambitious plans to build a station in the Moon’s orbit.

Called the Lunar Gateway, the station would host astronauts before they land on the lunar surface, using a human landing system.

It is part of the space agency’s deep space exploration plans, which includes building a sustainable human presence on the Moon under the Artemis programme, and sending astronauts to Mars from there in future.

Plans for the Gateway includes a Habitation and Logistic Outpost, an initial crew cabin that would offer astronauts basic life support and space to prepare for their trip to the lunar surface.

Nasa chose SpaceX to deliver cargo and other supplies to the station.

China-Russia lunar station

Earlier this year, China and Russia unveiled plans to build the International Lunar Research Station.

The proposal involves sending several Chinese and Russian missions to the Moon over a 15-year period.

Five facilities and nine modules are planned for the station, intended to support long and short missions to the Moon’s surface and orbit.

The plan includes a facility that would support round-trip transfer between Earth and the Moon, lunar orbiting, soft landing, take-off on lunar surface and re-entry to Earth.

A long-term support facility on the surface will include a command centre, energy and supply modules, and thermal management.

Designs also include a “hopping robot” and smart mini-rovers that would move around the surface of the Moon.

The plan is to launch six missions by 2025 during phase one of the station’s construction.

It was reported that China is also working on a lander for human Moon missions.

China has astronauts in low Earth orbit who live on Tianhe, the core cabin module of its Tiangong space station.

Updated: November 27th 2021, 4:00 AM

" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1637998063) } [6]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(102) "Did You Know? Sophie Turner, Maisie Williams & Emilia Clarke Inked Themselves To Celebrate The Success" ["link"]=> string(131) "https://movs.world/movie-actors/did-you-know-sophie-turner-maisie-williams-emilia-clarke-inked-themselves-to-celebrate-the-success/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(11) "Susan Hally" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Sat, 27 Nov 2021 07:24:59 +0000" ["category"]=> string(71) "Movie ActorscelebrateClarkeEmiliaInkedMaisieSophiesuccessTurnerWilliams" ["guid"]=> string(131) "https://movs.world/movie-actors/did-you-know-sophie-turner-maisie-williams-emilia-clarke-inked-themselves-to-celebrate-the-success/" ["description"]=> string(721) "Game Of Thrones Trivia #17: Here’s How Sophie Turner, Maisie Williams & Emilia Clark Celebrated The Success Of The Show ( Photo Credit – Instagram ; IMDb ) Game Of Thrones may have aired its last episode on May 19, 2019, but the show is still fresh in all our hearts and minds. This fantasy ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(5121) "
Game Of Thrones Trivia #17: Here’s How Sophie Turner, Maisie Williams & Emilia Clark Celebrated The Success Of The Show ( Photo Credit – Instagram ; IMDb )

Game Of Thrones may have aired its last episode on May 19, 2019, but the show is still fresh in all our hearts and minds. This fantasy drama, an adaptation of George R. R. Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire, gave some actors a dream platform to propel their career forward and the stars are more than thankful for it. In fact, a couple of cast members got GOT-related tattoos too on their bodies.

Shocked? Well, don’t be. Three of the show’s leading ladies (who made it alive till the finale episode – though one dies before it was a wrap) got themselves tattoos honouring the show. Wondering who? Don’t stress wondering who they are – it’s Sophie Turner, Maisie Williams & Emilia Clarke aka Sansa Stark, Arya Stark and Daenerys Targaryen.

The Stark Sister – Sophie & Maisie

Even though Game Of Thrones first aired on April 17, 2011, it wasn’t until the sixth season was underway that the Stark daughters – Sophie Turner (Sansa) and Maisie Williams (Arya) got their first tattoos celebrating the show. The on-screen sisters are besties off-camera decided to honour their career-defining show by getting matching tattoos. Their tattoos read – 07.07.09. Wondering what the date stand for? Well, it’s the date the duo landed the roles of the Stark sister – August 7, 2009.

Sophie Turner

A couple of years after getting her first Game Of Thrones ink with Maisie Williams, Sophie was all set for her next. This time, the actress visited Sydney-based artist Lauren Winzer and got the sigil of House Stark – a direwolf tattooed on her forearm. The image was accompanied by three words – ‘The pack survives.

Maisie Williams

While Sophie Turner got the sigil of House Stark on herself as her second tat, her on-screen younger sister got her name inked. But no, it’s not Arya Stark written on her body. The young lass, who turned killer soon after being separated from her, was stripped of her name while in The House of Black and White and was given the name “No One.” And that is exactly what she has written on the back of her neck. We are sure GOT’s Many-Faced God and Jaqen H’ghar are pleased with this.

Emilia Clarke

Game Of Thrones’s Emilia Clarke needs no introduction as Daenerys Targaryen thanks to her strong character and dragons. Her character had quite an arc from having nothing to slowly creating an empire but losing those close to her in the bargain. While she lost many (including her brother, husband and best friends), it was the deaths of her dragons that hurt the most. After filming the show for over a decade, Mother of Dragons got a tattoo dedicated to her three dragon children – Rhaegal, Drogon, and Viserion on her right wrist.

Have any of you Game Of Thrones fans got inked with a quote, sigil or words of the show? Let us know in the comments below.

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" } ["summary"]=> string(721) "Game Of Thrones Trivia #17: Here’s How Sophie Turner, Maisie Williams & Emilia Clark Celebrated The Success Of The Show ( Photo Credit – Instagram ; IMDb ) Game Of Thrones may have aired its last episode on May 19, 2019, but the show is still fresh in all our hearts and minds. This fantasy ... Read more" ["atom_content"]=> string(5121) "
Game Of Thrones Trivia #17: Here’s How Sophie Turner, Maisie Williams & Emilia Clark Celebrated The Success Of The Show ( Photo Credit – Instagram ; IMDb )

Game Of Thrones may have aired its last episode on May 19, 2019, but the show is still fresh in all our hearts and minds. This fantasy drama, an adaptation of George R. R. Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire, gave some actors a dream platform to propel their career forward and the stars are more than thankful for it. In fact, a couple of cast members got GOT-related tattoos too on their bodies.

Shocked? Well, don’t be. Three of the show’s leading ladies (who made it alive till the finale episode – though one dies before it was a wrap) got themselves tattoos honouring the show. Wondering who? Don’t stress wondering who they are – it’s Sophie Turner, Maisie Williams & Emilia Clarke aka Sansa Stark, Arya Stark and Daenerys Targaryen.

The Stark Sister – Sophie & Maisie

Even though Game Of Thrones first aired on April 17, 2011, it wasn’t until the sixth season was underway that the Stark daughters – Sophie Turner (Sansa) and Maisie Williams (Arya) got their first tattoos celebrating the show. The on-screen sisters are besties off-camera decided to honour their career-defining show by getting matching tattoos. Their tattoos read – 07.07.09. Wondering what the date stand for? Well, it’s the date the duo landed the roles of the Stark sister – August 7, 2009.

Sophie Turner

A couple of years after getting her first Game Of Thrones ink with Maisie Williams, Sophie was all set for her next. This time, the actress visited Sydney-based artist Lauren Winzer and got the sigil of House Stark – a direwolf tattooed on her forearm. The image was accompanied by three words – ‘The pack survives.

Maisie Williams

While Sophie Turner got the sigil of House Stark on herself as her second tat, her on-screen younger sister got her name inked. But no, it’s not Arya Stark written on her body. The young lass, who turned killer soon after being separated from her, was stripped of her name while in The House of Black and White and was given the name “No One.” And that is exactly what she has written on the back of her neck. We are sure GOT’s Many-Faced God and Jaqen H’ghar are pleased with this.

Emilia Clarke

Game Of Thrones’s Emilia Clarke needs no introduction as Daenerys Targaryen thanks to her strong character and dragons. Her character had quite an arc from having nothing to slowly creating an empire but losing those close to her in the bargain. While she lost many (including her brother, husband and best friends), it was the deaths of her dragons that hurt the most. After filming the show for over a decade, Mother of Dragons got a tattoo dedicated to her three dragon children – Rhaegal, Drogon, and Viserion on her right wrist.

Have any of you Game Of Thrones fans got inked with a quote, sigil or words of the show? Let us know in the comments below.

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" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1637997899) } [7]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(66) "Syria’s return to Interpol, a worrying signal for the anti-Assad" ["link"]=> string(96) "https://movs.world/international/syrias-return-to-interpol-a-worrying-signal-for-the-anti-assad/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(11) "Susan Hally" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Sat, 27 Nov 2021 07:21:12 +0000" ["category"]=> string(56) "InternationalantiAssadInterpolreturnSignalSyriasworrying" ["guid"]=> string(96) "https://movs.world/international/syrias-return-to-interpol-a-worrying-signal-for-the-anti-assad/" ["description"]=> string(664) "In Istanbul, November 23, 2021. OZAN ​​KOSE / AFP The rise of China and the United Arab Emirates within Interpol coincides with the reintegration into the cogs of the organization of a country whose human rights record is even more damning: Syria . Since October, Damascus can once again access Interpol’s information exchange system, which ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(4273) "

The rise of China and the United Arab Emirates within Interpol coincides with the reintegration into the cogs of the organization of a country whose human rights record is even more damning: Syria . Since October, Damascus can once again access Interpol’s information exchange system, which allows member states to send messages directly to each other.

Syria had been “disconnected” from this network in 2012, when international sanctions fell on the Assad regime, in reaction to the crushing in blood of the pro-democracy revolt, which had erupted a year earlier. For nine years, Syria retained its status as a member of the organization. But communications from its national central office – BCN, the interface between the police services of a member state and Interpol – were filtered by the general secretariat, based in Lyon. They were only sent to their recipient if they were judged in accordance with the internal regulations of the organization.

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Interpol says it lifted these restrictions after “Regular monitoring of messages from the BCN of Damascus”, whose staff have been trained. The decision is presented as a purely technical measure, article 3 of the statutes of the organization prohibiting it “Any activity or intervention in matters or matters of a political nature”.

Deostracization process

Opponents of the Assad regime, for their part, cannot help seeing this initiative as a further step forward in the slow but steady process of deostracizing the Syrian regime. They suspect that the importance assumed by the United Arab Emirates – the Arab state at the forefront of these normalization efforts – in the bodies of the organization is not unrelated to the recovery by Damascus of all of its rights.

Read also Article reserved for our subscribers Senior Chinese public security official enters Interpol

In a joint statement, twenty Syrian civil society NGOs were moved by “Fear and anxiety” that this decision arouses, in particular among the huge contingent of anti-Assad dissidents, driven into exile. The signatories fear that the Syrian authorities will abuse the procedure of red notices – international wanted notices, issued at the request of a member – to request the extradition of political opponents, or at least to hamper their efforts to regularize their status in their host countries.

Unfounded concerns, assures Interpol. The institution says its statutes oblige each national central office to act “In the spirit of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights”.

" } ["summary"]=> string(664) "In Istanbul, November 23, 2021. OZAN ​​KOSE / AFP The rise of China and the United Arab Emirates within Interpol coincides with the reintegration into the cogs of the organization of a country whose human rights record is even more damning: Syria . Since October, Damascus can once again access Interpol’s information exchange system, which ... Read more" ["atom_content"]=> string(4273) "

The rise of China and the United Arab Emirates within Interpol coincides with the reintegration into the cogs of the organization of a country whose human rights record is even more damning: Syria . Since October, Damascus can once again access Interpol’s information exchange system, which allows member states to send messages directly to each other.

Syria had been “disconnected” from this network in 2012, when international sanctions fell on the Assad regime, in reaction to the crushing in blood of the pro-democracy revolt, which had erupted a year earlier. For nine years, Syria retained its status as a member of the organization. But communications from its national central office – BCN, the interface between the police services of a member state and Interpol – were filtered by the general secretariat, based in Lyon. They were only sent to their recipient if they were judged in accordance with the internal regulations of the organization.

Read also Article reserved for our subscribers Interpol: the election of an Emirati accused of torture, a source of embarrassment for France

Interpol says it lifted these restrictions after “Regular monitoring of messages from the BCN of Damascus”, whose staff have been trained. The decision is presented as a purely technical measure, article 3 of the statutes of the organization prohibiting it “Any activity or intervention in matters or matters of a political nature”.

Deostracization process

Opponents of the Assad regime, for their part, cannot help seeing this initiative as a further step forward in the slow but steady process of deostracizing the Syrian regime. They suspect that the importance assumed by the United Arab Emirates – the Arab state at the forefront of these normalization efforts – in the bodies of the organization is not unrelated to the recovery by Damascus of all of its rights.

Read also Article reserved for our subscribers Senior Chinese public security official enters Interpol

In a joint statement, twenty Syrian civil society NGOs were moved by “Fear and anxiety” that this decision arouses, in particular among the huge contingent of anti-Assad dissidents, driven into exile. The signatories fear that the Syrian authorities will abuse the procedure of red notices – international wanted notices, issued at the request of a member – to request the extradition of political opponents, or at least to hamper their efforts to regularize their status in their host countries.

Unfounded concerns, assures Interpol. The institution says its statutes oblige each national central office to act “In the spirit of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights”.

" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1637997672) } [8]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(90) "Green jitters around Sinterklaas – A vegetable garden starts with the De Bolster catalog" ["link"]=> string(115) "https://movs.world/magazine/green-jitters-around-sinterklaas-a-vegetable-garden-starts-with-the-de-bolster-catalog/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(11) "Susan Hally" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Sat, 27 Nov 2021 07:09:34 +0000" ["category"]=> string(66) "MagazineBolstercatalogGardengreenjittersSinterklaasstartsvegetable" ["guid"]=> string(115) "https://movs.world/magazine/green-jitters-around-sinterklaas-a-vegetable-garden-starts-with-the-de-bolster-catalog/" ["description"]=> string(676) "“Fortunately, we are all becoming increasingly aware of organic food. Less – or rather no – pesticides in our food! If you have a piece of land at your disposal and you get the green jitters or have had it for a long time, then creating an organic vegetable garden is only logical! But how ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(5911) "

“Fortunately, we are all becoming increasingly aware of organic food. Less – or rather no – pesticides in our food! If you have a piece of land at your disposal and you get the green jitters or have had it for a long time, then creating an organic vegetable garden is only logical! But how do you start?” This is how the blog EatPureLove opens.

EatPureLove is one of the countless websites with tips and experiences about responsible vegetable gardening, great reading material before going to sleep. Cited here for that fine combination of words in the name. The pile of books on the subject is now so high that the gnomes climb on it and help at the transplanting table. After they have polished all the garden tools shiny, of course, they are ready for a new season.

Cultivation plan
The green jitters come in early winter prior to a new growing spring. What the Sinterklaas brochures are for the little ones, De Bolster’s guide is for the amateur gardener. There he flops on the doormat, Organic Seeds 2022. Curious what’s new this year! ‘Browse through more than 340 organic varieties’.

Of course, browsing doesn’t just happen randomly. There is already an idea for a cultivation plan. Not two courgettes this year, those will be monsters that will take up half the garden. And who eats all those courgettes? Besides, if you don’t watch for a few days, there are submarines under the giant leaves. Of last year’s two varieties of potatoes, the Annabelle’s were the tastiest, so we’ll be doing them* again next year. But in a different place in the garden, in terms of crop rotation.

Author’s cultivation plan

pollinators
De Bolster does not have seed potatoes (we get them from Van der Wal). But hundreds of seeds of vegetables, herbs, sprouts, flowers and green manures. You need the latter if you really grow organically. You sow flowers for the flower, but primarily for the insects. De Bolster has sophisticated flower seed packets to attract the right pollinators.

Vegetable gardening is an exercise in zen. A vegetable gardener is a ‘next year person’, in the good sense

In the introduction to his seed catalogue, director Frank Vosselman refers to the consequences of climate change. “By growing organically, we contribute to counteracting this,” he writes. The question is whether all those small biological patches of soil together really help to reduce harmful gases in the atmosphere. But that doesn’t really matter for the enjoyment of the vegetable gardener. Because it is pure pleasure: growing the plants from a seed, growing them at home in the bedroom, planting out when the time comes, caring for them until harvest.

Lekkør F1
What’s new in De Bolster’s offer? Vosselman calls the gray pumpkin ‘Leckør F1’. ‘F1’ refers to the breeding program of hybrid varieties. The name ‘Leckør’ may have been coined by someone with a talent for linguistic humor. Anyway, maybe give it a try next year. With pumpkins it is a bit the same as with courgettes. You soon have too much of them and they are not that tasty.

What does make you curious is the new pole green bean ‘Sunshine’. This one has “golden yellow, slender pods. These are without wires and very tasteful.” We’re going to try that. Solid prod are broad beans, very suitable for freezing. We also tried sugar snaps once, but it didn’t turn out much.

This text was produced without input of any kind – except from the catalog – from De Bolster

Soon we will delve into the various types of peppers. The choice may fall on the
Westland Long Red. It is a gamble to plant them outside, even though the garden is very sheltered, because De Bolster’s peppers are actually intended for professional cultivation in the greenhouse. But with that climate change, the ground could just become a lot warmer.

Moldavia
Vegetable gardening is an exercise in zen. A vegetable gardener is a ‘person next year’, in the good sense. Looking forward to the harvest with hope and patience, then conclude that the experiment has turned out well. Without stress, but also without being able to have much influence on the process, waiting for a result whose dynamics you cannot influence, that is a beneficial experience for the modern professional. But don’t overdo it: it’s also just fun to pull a few crooked carrots from your own garden with your (grand) children.

This text was produced without input of any kind – except from the catalog – from De Bolster. The Bolster is pure, proud Dutch Glory, and that includes the production location in Moldova. There, the company is expanding the cultivation capacity of organic seeds with ‘outgrowers’, growers who produce several types of seeds for De Bolster. In addition to ambition, the company also has potential to grow in Moldova, “organic surfaces are easy to find”, according to a report in the catalog. However, the company is looking for growers with “the right fingerspitzengefühl”. Guys, what a great course, don’t all register at the same time!

Creating an organic vegetable garden is indeed only logical.

* Read for ‘we’ : ‘my wife’

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“Fortunately, we are all becoming increasingly aware of organic food. Less – or rather no – pesticides in our food! If you have a piece of land at your disposal and you get the green jitters or have had it for a long time, then creating an organic vegetable garden is only logical! But how do you start?” This is how the blog EatPureLove opens.

EatPureLove is one of the countless websites with tips and experiences about responsible vegetable gardening, great reading material before going to sleep. Cited here for that fine combination of words in the name. The pile of books on the subject is now so high that the gnomes climb on it and help at the transplanting table. After they have polished all the garden tools shiny, of course, they are ready for a new season.

Cultivation plan
The green jitters come in early winter prior to a new growing spring. What the Sinterklaas brochures are for the little ones, De Bolster’s guide is for the amateur gardener. There he flops on the doormat, Organic Seeds 2022. Curious what’s new this year! ‘Browse through more than 340 organic varieties’.

Of course, browsing doesn’t just happen randomly. There is already an idea for a cultivation plan. Not two courgettes this year, those will be monsters that will take up half the garden. And who eats all those courgettes? Besides, if you don’t watch for a few days, there are submarines under the giant leaves. Of last year’s two varieties of potatoes, the Annabelle’s were the tastiest, so we’ll be doing them* again next year. But in a different place in the garden, in terms of crop rotation.

Author’s cultivation plan

pollinators
De Bolster does not have seed potatoes (we get them from Van der Wal). But hundreds of seeds of vegetables, herbs, sprouts, flowers and green manures. You need the latter if you really grow organically. You sow flowers for the flower, but primarily for the insects. De Bolster has sophisticated flower seed packets to attract the right pollinators.

Vegetable gardening is an exercise in zen. A vegetable gardener is a ‘next year person’, in the good sense

In the introduction to his seed catalogue, director Frank Vosselman refers to the consequences of climate change. “By growing organically, we contribute to counteracting this,” he writes. The question is whether all those small biological patches of soil together really help to reduce harmful gases in the atmosphere. But that doesn’t really matter for the enjoyment of the vegetable gardener. Because it is pure pleasure: growing the plants from a seed, growing them at home in the bedroom, planting out when the time comes, caring for them until harvest.

Lekkør F1
What’s new in De Bolster’s offer? Vosselman calls the gray pumpkin ‘Leckør F1’. ‘F1’ refers to the breeding program of hybrid varieties. The name ‘Leckør’ may have been coined by someone with a talent for linguistic humor. Anyway, maybe give it a try next year. With pumpkins it is a bit the same as with courgettes. You soon have too much of them and they are not that tasty.

What does make you curious is the new pole green bean ‘Sunshine’. This one has “golden yellow, slender pods. These are without wires and very tasteful.” We’re going to try that. Solid prod are broad beans, very suitable for freezing. We also tried sugar snaps once, but it didn’t turn out much.

This text was produced without input of any kind – except from the catalog – from De Bolster

Soon we will delve into the various types of peppers. The choice may fall on the
Westland Long Red. It is a gamble to plant them outside, even though the garden is very sheltered, because De Bolster’s peppers are actually intended for professional cultivation in the greenhouse. But with that climate change, the ground could just become a lot warmer.

Moldavia
Vegetable gardening is an exercise in zen. A vegetable gardener is a ‘person next year’, in the good sense. Looking forward to the harvest with hope and patience, then conclude that the experiment has turned out well. Without stress, but also without being able to have much influence on the process, waiting for a result whose dynamics you cannot influence, that is a beneficial experience for the modern professional. But don’t overdo it: it’s also just fun to pull a few crooked carrots from your own garden with your (grand) children.

This text was produced without input of any kind – except from the catalog – from De Bolster. The Bolster is pure, proud Dutch Glory, and that includes the production location in Moldova. There, the company is expanding the cultivation capacity of organic seeds with ‘outgrowers’, growers who produce several types of seeds for De Bolster. In addition to ambition, the company also has potential to grow in Moldova, “organic surfaces are easy to find”, according to a report in the catalog. However, the company is looking for growers with “the right fingerspitzengefühl”. Guys, what a great course, don’t all register at the same time!

Creating an organic vegetable garden is indeed only logical.

* Read for ‘we’ : ‘my wife’

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Dormant, the group Depeche Mode should not return to the studios and theaters before at least 2022. The time for singer Dave Gahan and composer Martin Gore to continue their adventures alone, the first with an album of covers (Imposter, Mute) with the Soulsavers, accompanied by several concerts, the second by exploring a more experimental vein as evidenced by his latest pieces (The Third Chimpanzee, Mute).

Read also Article reserved for our subscribers Depeche Mode singer Dave Gahan and the art of “sham”

To be patient, the group is releasing a luxurious reissue of their live album on December 3. 101, initially released in 1989, fascinating testimony (in image and in music) of their American tour in the wake of a sixth album, the aptly named Music for the Masses, released two years earlier. With its synthetic melodies, its lyrics where explicit sexual references are mixed (Master and Servant), ode to tolerance (People Are People) or criticism of ambient materialism (Everything Counts), all against a backdrop of widespread disenchantment in Britain in the Tatcher years, the group has already won over a large audience.

Artistic turning point

Worn by singles Strange Love and Never Let Me Down Again, Music for the Masses However, it marks a turning point for Depeche Mode. Those who were mocked by the press for their hairstyles and their pronounced taste for synthesizers now fill stadiums and unite to the rhythms of their dark and tormented hymns a youth delighted to put an end to the glitter of the 1980s.

To immortalize this moment, Depeche Mode calls on the famous American documentary filmmaker DA Pennebaker, who had followed Bob Dylan’s English tour in 1965. (Don’t Look Back). With Chris Hegedus, Pennebaker captures the group’s energy at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena (California) on June 18, 1988, in front of 70,000 people and weaves a narrative deeper than the simple recording of a concert thanks to the presence of committed fans. in a long trip to see the group. Musical film as much as that of a generation, 101 remains a benchmark for documentaries on pop culture. The restoration in 4K to which are added many bonuses (unreleased titles and images taken by Anton Corbjin, the photographer who helped change the image of the group in 1986), gives a new patina to this project.

101, by Depeche Mode, deluxe edition, 5 CD and Blu-Ray, (Mute, Columbia records).

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Dormant, the group Depeche Mode should not return to the studios and theaters before at least 2022. The time for singer Dave Gahan and composer Martin Gore to continue their adventures alone, the first with an album of covers (Imposter, Mute) with the Soulsavers, accompanied by several concerts, the second by exploring a more experimental vein as evidenced by his latest pieces (The Third Chimpanzee, Mute).

Read also Article reserved for our subscribers Depeche Mode singer Dave Gahan and the art of “sham”

To be patient, the group is releasing a luxurious reissue of their live album on December 3. 101, initially released in 1989, fascinating testimony (in image and in music) of their American tour in the wake of a sixth album, the aptly named Music for the Masses, released two years earlier. With its synthetic melodies, its lyrics where explicit sexual references are mixed (Master and Servant), ode to tolerance (People Are People) or criticism of ambient materialism (Everything Counts), all against a backdrop of widespread disenchantment in Britain in the Tatcher years, the group has already won over a large audience.

Artistic turning point

Worn by singles Strange Love and Never Let Me Down Again, Music for the Masses However, it marks a turning point for Depeche Mode. Those who were mocked by the press for their hairstyles and their pronounced taste for synthesizers now fill stadiums and unite to the rhythms of their dark and tormented hymns a youth delighted to put an end to the glitter of the 1980s.

To immortalize this moment, Depeche Mode calls on the famous American documentary filmmaker DA Pennebaker, who had followed Bob Dylan’s English tour in 1965. (Don’t Look Back). With Chris Hegedus, Pennebaker captures the group’s energy at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena (California) on June 18, 1988, in front of 70,000 people and weaves a narrative deeper than the simple recording of a concert thanks to the presence of committed fans. in a long trip to see the group. Musical film as much as that of a generation, 101 remains a benchmark for documentaries on pop culture. The restoration in 4K to which are added many bonuses (unreleased titles and images taken by Anton Corbjin, the photographer who helped change the image of the group in 1986), gives a new patina to this project.

101, by Depeche Mode, deluxe edition, 5 CD and Blu-Ray, (Mute, Columbia records).

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