Fly By Night with Steve The Fly 04Posted in: Fly By Night, Radio Free Amsterdam, Steve FlyThe Fly is finishing up the night at the Café Belgique with music by Art Blakey, Otis Rush, Tribe, Shuggie Otis, Lee Perry & Adrian Sherwood, Slayer, Junior Wells, Otis Rush, Miles Davis, John Sinclair & Ed Moss, Magic … Continue reading FLY BY NIGHT WITH STEVE THE FLY 04
My paper given at the Star Ship conference has the basic equation for the timescape effect in the Jung-Pauli field. The Jung-Pauli field is the Seth Lloyd hologram computer software at our future de Sitter event horizon "boundary" of our observable universe whose area is the entropy of the interior hologram images that were and … Continue reading Jung Pauli Field and RAW psych’ travel
This is a compellation of excerpts from a conference titled:"Dialectics of Liberation"The conference took place in London in July 1967.More videos from the two weeks conference will be published on line soon.Steven James Pratt
I wonder if QUANTUM PHYSICS INFLUENCED JOYCE'S COPENHAGEN INTERPRETATION OF CHILDRENS STORIES.I IMAGINE A COPY WILL SHORTLY APPEAR SOMEWHERE ON THE WEB LONG ENOUGH TO BEHOLD JOYCE'S NEWLY EMERGENT WRITINGS..James Joyce children's story The Cats of Copenhagen gets first publicationOriginally written for his grandson, 1936 tale issued in limited edition of 200 copies amid controversy … Continue reading James Joyce children’s story The Cats of Copenhagen gets first publication
For the first time in front of a live audience, living legends John Sinclair (American political activist, poet & former manager of MC5) and Howard Marks (best-selling author, former international drug trafficker and all round roguish charmer) will be teaming up to share their fascinating and, at times, truly incredible stories with each other.The two … Continue reading Breathin’ Air with Howard Marks & John Sinclair.mov
Hearst family forgive Orson Welles for Citizen Kane after 71 yearsScreening of Welles' masterpiece at former home of William Randolph Hearst will lay to rest long-running feud Orson Welles' masterpiece Citizen Kane provoked the anger of newspaper baron William Randolph Hearst. Photograph: Allstar/Cinetext/RKO When Orson Welles' masterpiece Citizen Kane first hit cinemas in 1941, newspaper … Continue reading Hearst shows heart after 71 years, black and dry like a stone.
"Nietzsche’s great champion on this continent was H.L. Mencken, who at the age of 27 wrote the first book on Nietzsche in English. He loved the way his hero “hurled his javelin” at the authority of God and that he “broke from the crowd” of thinkers. After becoming the most famous American intellectual of the … Continue reading Cutting a Nietzsche