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In this show, I sit down with three of my friends to get an update on the emerging bitcoin 'circular economy' in Madeira, Portugal (where they are all now living), as well as to discuss the upcoming 'Bitcoin Atlantis' conference happening there in March 2024. But first, we get the discussion started talking about recent developments on the Nostr protocol, which both Gigi and Pablo are heavily involved in. Just prior to Bitcoin Atlantis, they will be hosting a 2-month program called 'Sovereign Engineering', in which 21 participants will come from all over the world to build something(s) cool on bitcoin and/or Nostr. Enjoy! -- More from the Guys: BITCOIN ATLANTIS: https://bitcoinatlantis.com SOVERIEGN ENGINEERING: https://sovereignengineering.io ANDRE: https://twitter.com/andreloja PABLO (Nostr): npub1l2vyh47mk2p0qlsku7hg0vn29faehy9hy34ygaclpn66ukqp3afqutajft GIGI (Nostr): npub1dergggklka99wwrs92yz8wdjs952h2ux2ha2ed598ngwu9w7a6fsh9xzpc More from me: TWITTER / X: http://bit.ly/2P7PUjA YOUTUBE: https://bit.ly/3aBbZxg MEDIUM: http://bit.ly/2Zk0Dex SUBSTACK: Money Messiah: God, Bitcoin, and the Evolution of Consciousness VIDA: https://vida.page/johnkvallis NOSTR: npub1cqm6dztalp4l6n04f9k20c333xftgangjla337736dr6faz9na0qf2hjec JOIN US AT BITCOIN ATLANTIS - Use the Promo Code 'VALLIS' and get 10% off your ticket: https://bitcoinatlantis.com Taking custody of you bitcoin is extremely important, if you want to maximize the benefit of this unique asset. The Coldcard hardware wallet is one of the most popular and trusted devices for doing just that. Buy one, and learn more about the great features of this wallet, as well as all their other awesome products, at https://bit.ly/3Zd60Ym & use the PROMO CODE 'VALLIS' for 5% off. To buy Bitcoin in the US with zero-fees, purchase hosted mining rigs, and access their Lightning Services platform for developers, visit partner.river.com/JohnVallis To get started in the 'value 4 value' ecosystem, and sending sats to your favourite content creators, visit https://fountain.fm/show/12rF30vDlf8mQSLqPwmk If you're in Canada, use this link (https://t.co/npfGxWKO26) to buy bitcoin with Bull Bitcoin, and receive $20 free when you first fund your account with $50 or more (and buy bitcoin with it).
Neste Gambiarra Board Games Gustavo Lopes e Carolina Gusmão falam sobre o jogo District Noir, mais um jogo direto do Japão para o mundo. Falamos sobre a nossa experiência com este jogo que é exclusivo para dois, sobre jogos japoneses e estética, além daquele muito mais. - Destaques da semana: CuBirds, Gaivotas, Fora de Ordem. Review Retro: #162 - Arboretum e #163 DobroLink da nossa Campanha no Catarse: https://www.catarse.me/gambiarra_board_gamesPlaylists e Índice completo de episódios: https://playlistsgambiarrabg.carrd.co/Instagram com fotos dos jogos @gambiarraboardgames Edição - Gustavo Lopes. Capa - Gustavo Lopes. Vinhetas: Raphael Martinz, Phillip Totó, Fabs FabulosoParceiros:Acessórios BG: https://www.acessoriosbg.com.brBravo Jogos: https://bravojogos.com.brAroma de Madeira: https://www.aromademadeira.com.brApoio:BGSP: https://boardgamessp.com.br/Créditos:Abertura:[Non-Copyrighted Music] Chill Jazzy Lofi Hip Hop (Royalty Free) Jazz Hop Music http://www.youtube.com/c/ourmusicboxTrilha Music: Deadly Roulette by Kevin MacLeod Free download: https://filmmusic.io/song/3625-deadly-roulette Licensed under CC BY 4.0: https://filmmusic.io/standard-licensebr />
No 23º episódio do Rodada dos Ouvintes Gustavo Lopes comenta os áudios dos nossos apoiadores do Catarse sobre que tipo de jogador cada um acha que é. Falamos sobre diferentes perfis e tipos de comportamentos da galera, comentamos sobre as nossas experiências e como isso e reflete do mundo fora dos jogos. Link da nossa Campanha no Catarse: https://www.catarse.me/gambiarra_board_gamesPlaylists e Índice completo de episódios: https://playlistsgambiarrabg.carrd.co/Instagram com fotos dos jogos @gambiarraboardgames Edição - Gustavo Lopes. Capa - Gustavo Lopes. Vinhetas: Fabs FabulosoParceiros:Acessórios BG: https://www.acessoriosbg.com.brBravo Jogos: https://bravojogos.com.brAroma de Madeira: https://www.aromademadeira.com.brApoio:BGSP: https://boardgamessp.com.br/Créditos:Abertura: Free Transition Music - Upbeat 80s Music - 'Euro Pop 80s' (Intro A - 4 seconds)Jay Man - OurMusicBoxhttps://www.our-music-box.comhttps://www.youtube.com/c/ourmusicboxTrilha: Inner Light by Kevin MacLeodLink: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/3916-inner-lightLicense: https://filmmusic.io/standard-license
Neste Gambiarra Board Games Gustavo Lopes e Carolina Gusmão falam sobre o jogo Fuji Flush, um excelente jogo de cartas que não foi publicado por aqui, mas merecia. Falamos sobre a nossa experiência em diferentes contagens de jogadores, como ele é um ótimo jogo de cartas para muitas pessoas, além das curiosidades como a história do jogo e como ele foi um dos experimentos mais ousados do autor, Friedemann Friese. - Destaques da semana: Equili Tetris, A Game of Cat and Mouth. Review Retro: #160 - Isle of Skye e #161 ConcordiaLink da nossa Campanha no Catarse: https://www.catarse.me/gambiarra_board_gamesPlaylists e Índice completo de episódios: https://playlistsgambiarrabg.carrd.co/Instagram com fotos dos jogos @gambiarraboardgames Edição - Gustavo Lopes. Capa - Gustavo Lopes. Vinhetas: Raphael Martinz, Phillip Totó, Fabs FabulosoParceiros:Acessórios BG: https://www.acessoriosbg.com.brBravo Jogos: https://bravojogos.com.brAroma de Madeira: https://www.aromademadeira.com.brApoio:BGSP: https://boardgamessp.com.br/Créditos:Abertura:[Non-Copyrighted Music] Chill Jazzy Lofi Hip Hop (Royalty Free) Jazz Hop Music http://www.youtube.com/c/ourmusicboxTrilha Music: New York Twelfth by Philip Rice Free download: https://filmmusic.io/song/10998-new-york-twelfth Licensed under CC BY 4.0: https://filmmusic.io/standard-license
No 86º episódio do Turno de Comentários, programa do podcast Gambiarra Board Games, Gustavo Lopes recebe Augusto Raugust (Aberto para Conferência) e Eric Campos (O Navio Corsário Podcast) para falar sobre os impactos do tamanho da coleção. Conversamos sobre o tamanho da coleção por diferentes pontos de vista, como econômico, de espaço e psicológico. - Link da Campanha no Catarse: https://www.catarse.me/gambiarra_board_gamesEdição - Fabs Fabuloso e Gustavo Lopes. Capa - Gustavo Lopes . Quer comprar jogos por um precinho bacana e contribuir com o Gambiarra Board Games? Acessa https://bravojogos.com.br/ e utilize o cupom GAMBIARRANABRAVO Confira as fotos dos jogos em nosso instagram instagram.com/gambiarraboardgames E-mail para sugestões: firstname.lastname@example.org papodelouco.com Apoio Acessórios BG: https://www.acessoriosbg.com.br BGSP: https://boardgamessp.com.br/ Bravo Jogos: https://bravojogos.com.br/ Aroma de Madeira: https://www.aromademadeira.com.brAbertura: Free Transition Music - Upbeat 80s Music - 'Euro Pop 80s' (Intro A - 4 seconds)Jay Man - OurMusicBoxhttps://www.our-music-box.comhttps://www.youtube.com/c/ourmusicboxTrilha: Music Credit: OurMusicBox (Jay Man)Track Name: "2 Legit"Music By: Jay Man @ https://ourmusicbox.com/Official "OurMusicBox" YouTube Channel: http://www.youtube.com/c/ourmusicboxLicense for commercial use: Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0) https://creativecommons.org/li....censes/by/4.0/legalcMusic promoted by NCM https://goo.gl/fh3rEJ
World major trails: Nuevo circuito ultra trail mundial + Lo último de México, Chile y España. #Radiotrailhispanos 4WORLD TRAIL MAJORS 2024: Transgrancanaria lidera circuito mundial ultra trail, junto a Madeira, Fuji, Hong Kong 100…Nuestro CALENDARIO CARRERAS MONTAÑA 2024 celebra esta propuesta que pretende recuperar el espíritu entre iguales del primer Ultra Trail World TourLas nueve carreras iniciales son: Transgrancanaria. Madeira Ultra Trail, Hong Kong 100, Ultra Monte Fuji, Black Canyons Ultra, Quebec, Swiss Canyons y Ultra Cape Town, como podeis ver abajo. Arrancamos con resumen por Mayayo y vamos con los detalles.Repasamos tambien lo ultimo de Mëxico y Chile, con Gabo Monky y JC Pasten. México plantea tambien un nuevo circuito nacional, con seis competencias de primer nivelChile celebró en Nacional de Skyrunning que, quizás, no salió como hubiera debidoMäs info siempre en nuestra web; https://carrerasdemontana.com/Nuestros videos aqui: https://www.youtube.com/moxigeno#carrerasdemontaña #radiotrail
WORLD TRAIL MAJORS 2024: Transgrancanaria lidera circuito mundial ultra trail, junto a Madeira, Fuji, Hong Kong 100…Nuestro CALENDARIO CARRERAS MONTAÑA 2024 celebra esta propuesta que pretende recuperar el espíritu entre iguales del primer Ultra Trail World Tour Las nueve carreras iniciales son: Transgrancanaria. Madeira Ultra Trail, Hong Kong 100, Ultra Monte Fuji, Black Canyons Ultra, Quebec, Swiss Canyons y Ultra Cape Town, como podeis ver abajo. Arrancamos con resumen por Mayayo y vamos con los detalles.
Wie gewohnt berichten wir über die vergangene Woche was sich brettspielmäßig und darüber hinaus so alles getan hat. Neben Freundesbücher, Instant Rahmen und Geschichten aus Madeira wurde auch so einiges wieder gezockt. Schaut auch unbedingt mal live bei uns vorbei. Immer Dienstags, Donnerstags und Sonntags auf www.twitch.tv/mplprn. Achtung in diesem Podcast können andere Youtuber, Blogger, Podcaster, Verlage oder Brettspieler zu Schaden kommen. Wir meinen es aber mit Niemandem wirklich böse. Wünsche, Kritik und Beleidigungen sind immer gerne gesehen ;) Viel Spaß mit dieser Folge, wir wünschen gute Unterhaltung. Eure Meeple Porn Gang
Bem-vindos a mais um episódio do Mommy Talks by Essence! Neste episódio, a Catarina e a Filipa recebem novamente a Andreia Madeira, especialista em transgeracional, que nos vem falar sobre a projeção que os pais colocam inconscientemente nos filhos e que determina a forma como eles vão viver a sua vida. Ao longo do episódio, são partilhados diversos exemplos sobre como esta influência que todos sofremos dos nossos pais se pode manifestar na vida de cada um, com repercussões em diversas áreas da vida, incluindo na conceção de um filho. Um episódio que nos abre a consciência sobre nós próprios e quem nos rodeia. Essencial para todos. Todos os Domingos sai um NOVO EPISÓDIO às 9h, não percam! EVENTO MOMMY TALKS - INSCRIÇÕES ABERTAS A 5ª edição realiza-se nos dias 17 e 18 de novembro de 2023 e as inscrições estão abertas. Saiba tudo e inscreva-se aqui» Sigam o trabalho da Andreia Madeira: https://www.instagram.com/soulpower.pt/ https://soulpower.pt/ Sigam o nosso trabalho: https://www.essenceprimecare.com https://www.instagram.com/essenceprimecare FILIPA TELES: https://www.instagram.com/filipa_teles CATARINA GASPAR: https://www.instagram.com/catarinagaspardoula
Neste episódio o jornalista Caio Albuquerque conversa com o pesquisador João Paulo Bispo, do Laboratório de ecologia e restauração florestal da Esalq O entrevistado está entre os premiados do VIII Prêmio Serviço Florestal Brasileiro em Estudos de Economia e Mercado Florestal. Seu trabalho, intitulado “Potencial silvicultural de espécies nativas para produção de madeira em plantios de restauração florestal: aliando produção e conservação” demonstrou que diversas espécies nativas brasileiras possuem alto potencial para produção de madeira em plantios de restauração florestal, o que pode contribuir para a emergência de uma nova bioeconomia florestal e diminuir a pressão do desmatamento sob florestas nativas devido a exploração ilegal de madeira. #restauração #florestal #lerf #floresta #nativas
Neste Gambiarra Board Games Gustavo Lopes e Carolina Gusmão falam sobre o jogo Istanbul: Jogo de Dados, lançado recentemente pela PaperGames depois de muito tempo sem os jogos da família Istanbul no mercado. Falamos sobre a nossa experiência em dois jogadores, rolagem de dados e como gostamos de jogos desse estilo, além de muito mais. - Destaques da semana: Texas Showdown, Best Candy on the Block, Marvel Zombies. Review Retro: #158 Libertalia: Ventos de Galecrest e #159 Palm IslandLink da nossa Campanha no Catarse: https://www.catarse.me/gambiarra_board_gamesPlaylists e Índice completo de episódios: https://playlistsgambiarrabg.carrd.co/Instagram com fotos dos jogos @gambiarraboardgames Edição - Gustavo Lopes. Capa - Gustavo Lopes. Vinhetas: Raphael Martinz, Phillip Totó, Fabs FabulosoParceiros:Acessórios BG: https://www.acessoriosbg.com.brBravo Jogos: https://bravojogos.com.brAroma de Madeira: https://www.aromademadeira.com.brApoio:BGSP: https://boardgamessp.com.br/Créditos:Abertura: [Non-Copyrighted Music] Chill Jazzy Lofi Hip Hop (Royalty Free) Jazz hop Musichttp://www.youtube.com/c/ourmusicboxTrilha: 【無料フリーBGM】賑やかなアラビアン・オリエンタル「Folk_Arabian」
Presidente do governo regional da Madeira pede "clareza" ao PSD. Diz que "Montenegro é capaz" de assumir governo no cenário de eleições antecipadas. Miguel Albuquerque duvida de Orçamento em janeiro.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Last time we spoke about the conquest of southern Manchuria. The Russians had consolidated their hold over northern Manchuria and now had the necessary amount of forces to quell the chaos in the south. The two last major strongholds held by the Qing and their Boxer allies were Liaoyang and Mukden. The Russians consolidated their forces while the Qing spread themselves out far too thinly. Each engagement saw Russian victories, despite the fact the Qing had the necessary numbers and weaponry necessary to serve decisive defeats to the Russians, if only they consolidated and coordinated properly their forces. Liaoyang fell easily, and with its fall the Qing commanders began to loot and abandon their infantry. Leaderless the infantry gradually scattered into the countryside leaving Mukden pretty much open for the taking. Manchuria was in chaos, and within that chaos the same type of people always emerged to take advantage, bandits. But who were these people really? #72 The Red Bearded Honghuzi Welcome to the Fall and Rise of China Podcast, I am your dutiful host Craig Watson. But, before we start I want to also remind you this podcast is only made possible through the efforts of Kings and Generals over at Youtube. Perhaps you want to learn more about the history of Asia? Kings and Generals have an assortment of episodes on history of asia and much more so go give them a look over on Youtube. So please subscribe to Kings and Generals over at Youtube and to continue helping us produce this content please check out www.patreon.com/kingsandgenerals. If you are still hungry for some more history related content, over on my channel, the Pacific War Channel where I cover the history of China and Japan from the 19th century until the end of the Pacific War. Manchuria has been called by many names. An English study in 1932 by Hubert Hessell Tiltman referred to Manchuria as “the cockpit of Asia, where drama never dies”. It has also been called by Yu Juemin in 1929 “the balkans in east asia”, which I think fits it nicely. So you heard me in length talk about Shandong and Manchuria. You heard my entire series on the Boxer Rebellion. Often you hear me refer to the “bandits”, in Shandong we saw the precursors to the Boxers rise up primarily to combat bandits. China proper and Manchuria had bandits since ancient times. But who exactly were the bandits? I would like to take us back to Manchuria to talk about a specific group or phenomenon of banditry. The major reason I am taking the time to do an episode on this, because to be honest we are about to jump into the Russo-Japanese War, is because the banditry problem and specific bandits will have an incredible amount of influence on China, Russia and Japan for the first half of the 20th century. For those of you who have not seen my personal channel, the pacific war channel you might already know where this is going. I created an extremely long series and reformed it into a single documentary on China's warlord era. Its a fascinating part of the history of modern China and one I will tackle in this podcast series, god knows how long it will be. Some of the warlords started out as bandits, two in particular were extremely influential, I am of course talking about Zhang Zuolin and the Dogmeat General Zhang Zongchang. By the way if you want to hear more about the king of memes, Zhang Zongchang, check out my episode on him on my youtube channel, its a must see I guarantee it, funny as hell and…well pretty dark too. The word Honghuzi translates as “red bearded”. They were armed Chinese bandits who operated in northeast China, particular in the areas of the eastern Russia-China borderlands during the second half of the 19th century and first half of the 20th. The term Honghuzi is believed to originate back in the 1600s referring to Russians by Chinese who had red beards. These would be the indigenous peoples around the Amur region. Chinese bandits later would use fake red beards as a disguise. Honghuzi gangs grabbed new members from those seeking easy money. It could be peasants, those down on their luck, Qing army deserters, recent immigrants. Just about anyone who preferred robbing over working lumber mills or in mines as you can imagine. A Vladivostok newspaper wrote an article in 1896 referring to the phenomenon “Here he is, dirty, in rags, half-starved, laboring every day, in the rain, in clay sticky soil ... what joys in life does he have? ... No wonder he prefers joining the Honghuzi and a life full of adventures.” A honghuzi gang could be just two guys, or it could be several hundred strong. You can imagine large groups in the hundreds could perform large scale operations, bigger the gang, bigger the payoff. When Honghuzi groups came together to perform large scale operations it could threaten entire cities. Now I bet most of you have an image in your mind, a skinny, unwashed hooligan, probably wearing worn down rags, and obviously this could fit the description of many Honghuzi, but on average not really. Many of them were well dressed and extremely well armed. They typically performed crimes in spring and summer when it was easier to hide in the forest filled countryside or in the mountains. When I was speaking about Shandong I often mentioned these type of criminal seasons, highway robbery literally was seasonal work. In the autumn and winter times the Honghuzi typically hit the major cities and spent their booty on the usual stuff, alcohol, women and drugs, in this case opium. Many also held employment, like I said it was seasonal work, most were farmers. Manchuria was ideal for this type of criminal activity. The Qing government based in Beijing had little control over their sparsely populated homeland and the local officials in Manchuria did not have sufficient resources to quell the Honghuzi. The Honghuzi also did not stop at local activity, they often crossed over to plunder Russian territory, such as the Ussuri Krai. The Honghuzi had quite an easy time hitting the borderlands as the Russians and Qin could not focus much resources to protect them. As you can imagine such border issues resulted in larger scale conflicts. When Honghuzi raided Russian territory they often stole anything you can imagine like cattle, were smuggling opium and even illegally performed gold mining. Illegal gold mining led to a clash between the Hongzhui and Russian forces. In 1867 when gold was discovered on the small island of Askold, some 50 kms away from Vladivostok, Manchurian began to come over to try their luck at gold mining, as did the Honghuzi. A Russian schooner, the Aleut on several occasion scattered illegal gold miners, but they just kept returning. 3 Russian sailors were killed in an armed clash and the Honghuzi's chopped up their bodies in full view of the remaining Russian crew who fled in horror. The Russian government attempted to thwart the illegal gold mining and this led to what was called the Manzi War, Manzi is another name for Manchu. In 1868 Manchu and Honghuzi coordinated attacks upon Russian military posts and plundered and burned several towns, massacring settlers. In retaliation, Russian troops burnt down Manchu settlement known to shelter Honghuzi. By mid July the Honghuzi were gradually tossed back across the border into Manchuria. The Russians were not done, their forces pursued the Honghuzi as they fled back to Manchuria. Reportedly a Cossack sotnia penetrated Manchuria some several hundreds km's pursuing Honghuzi. In 1879 Russian forces crossed the border and burned down a well known fortified Honghuzi fortress near Lake Khanka. Major Nozhin leading a detachment during this time ran into Qing troops and a small battle occurred. It was an embarrassing episode for the Russians who apologized for the incident. The Qing court was not pleased with the border crossings, but knew the nature of the Honghuzi menace and actually asked the Russians to continue pursuing the Honghuzi within their borders. Now I would like to talk about the stories of some famous Honghuzi. In 1875, Zhang Zuolin was born the third son of an impoverished family in Haicheng of Fengtian, modern day Liaoning province. His family had been rooted in Manchuria for a long time, but his father was unable to sustain the family after dividing the estate with Zhang's uncle. Zhang only received two years of traditional education before leaving school following his fathers death. Nicknamed the “pimple”, Zhang was a thin and short boy. Zhang spent his early youth, fishing, gambling and brawling. When he first tried to make some money he worked as a waiter at an Inn where he came across tales of the Honghuzi. The only useful education he ever received was a bit of veterinary science, he underwent a brief period of veterinarian training, but ultimately he abandoned the career to pursue something else. When the First Sino-Japanese War broke out, Zhang joined the Yi Army commanded by General Song Qing in 1894 to fight against the invading Japanese in Manchuria. However when the war ended and the Yi Army re-deployed, Zhang at the age of 21 departed them to take a job under his father in law to protect his village as the head of an armed band. There is a legend, most likely perpetuated by Zhang himself, that during a hunting trip he spotted a wounded Honghuzi on horseback and killed the man before stealing his horse to become a Honghuzi himself. Zhang led the group of bandits and earned this sort of Robinhood like mythos. Because he was illiterate he often referred to his experience as a bandit leader as “experience of the Green Forest” something his contemporary Zhang Zongchang would enthusiastically also state. During the anarchic period between the first sino-japanese war and Russo-Japanese war, Honghuzi were both bandits plundering but also militiamen protecting towns. It was a complex situation and one that Zhang would become an expert in. Soon after Zhang had established his bandit group, it was dispersed by a larger group sponsored by the Russians. Zhang and the survivors joined another honghuzi group, run by Zhang Jinghui. Zhang would gradually become its leader, and Zhang Jinghui would later become a Lt under Zhang during the warlord era. When the Boxer rebellion broke out, Zhang's gang joined the Qing army in their doomed resistance against the foreigners. Unlike the Boxers who ceased fighting when the war was over, the bandits kept on banditing. As Zhang's bandit group grew in size, he sought amnesty from the Qing government and became a militia commander in 1902. This would prove to be the first of a series of choices he made that would propel him to nearly become the leader of China. He was soon joined by Tang Yulin and Zhang Zuoxiang who would in their own right become Fengtian leaders. It seems Zhang's willingness to form alliances was the key to his success. Now I don't want to go too deep into it, but Zhang's militia was ordered by the Qing government to fight against Russian sponsored Honghuzi during the Russo-Japanese war. His bandit force worked to escort traveling merchants within Manchuria during the war. Fighting as mercenaries, Zhangs group become recognized as a regular regiment within the Qing military and they began patrolling the borderlands of Manchuria, suppressing other bandit groups. An American Major - surgeon named Louis Livingston Seaman was working or the 1st regiment US volunteer engineers during the russo japanese war. His regiment was working with the 2nd IJA army in Manchuria and he personally met Zhang Zuolin who he described in some length to the Nation magazine. "He had some amusing and exciting experiences with the Hung-hutzes (Chun-chuzes), ex-bandits, now nominally Chinese soldiery, many of whom were operating as guerrillas on the Russian flank and communications under Japanese officers, as is charged. The Japanese had in their employ Zhang Zuolin a famous Honghuzi leader who led his men against the Russians”. Dr Seaman wrote a lengthy report of his story with the Honghuzi and Zhang Zuolin and I think it gives some flavor and a feeling of what the banditry types were like at their highest point. Dr. Seaman stated a Russian position had been swarmed by over 500 Honghuzi, the Russians took over 20 casualties before the Honghuzi hoard were finally driven off. The Qing troops seemed to let the Honghuzi roam around freely, most likely because "They can not be caught, the plain truth being that the best of fellowship exists between them and the imperial troops, their old comrades of yore." Seaman noticed the Honghuzi had a special hatred reserved for the Russians. There was much talk of past grievances, particularly that of the Blagovestchensk massacre when it was said 8000 unarmed men, women and children were driven at the point of a bayonet into the raging Amur river. Seaman met one Chin-wang-Tao who said a Russian officers who participated in the brutal massacre told him in 1900 ‘'the execution of my orders made me almost sick, for it seemed as though I could have walked across the river on the bodies of the floating dead.” Only 40 or so Chinese escaped the horror, many of them were employed by a leading foreign merchant who ransomed their lives at a thousand rubles a piece. Such atrocities were well remembered by the local Chinese who sought revenge. When Japan began to look for those sympathetic to their cause, willing to pay for it none the less, it was not hard to find enthusiastic Chinese. It was believed 10,000 or more Honghuzi divided into companies of around 200-300 each led by Japanese officers no less were in force during the conflict. Zhang Zuolin commanded a large army of Honghuzi allied to the Japanese and Dr. Seaman met him and his army while venturing near Newchwang. There had been reports of raids by Honghuzi, also called the “red beards” though none of them had red beards, nor any kind of beard. Dr. Seaman's companion, Captain Boyd became determined to meet them. The two men hoped to see for themselves the characteristics of these so called 10,000 strong guerrilla fighters that fight on the western border area of Manchuria. They were said to be hitting the rear and right flank of the Russian army, compelling it to quadruple its Cossack guards in the region to protect supply trains and refugees trying to flee from Port Arthur to Mukden. Both men had Chinese passports and received official credentials from Minister Conger to meet with General Ma who had assembled his forces on the borderland. General Ma was the commander in chief of the Qing forces in the region and also the de facto commander of 10,000 Honghuzi now wearing Qing uniforms. Many of the Honghuzi were great horsemen, having Manchu backgrounds they lived a mounted life and for centuries had defied the Qing authorities, roaming at will, levying tribute and performing numerous crimes. The leader of these marauders was Zhang Zuolin, who now held the rank of Colonel in the Qing army. Within two years Zhangs band had obtained mastery over the entire border region of Manchuria going some hundred miles. The Qing government ceased opposing them and simply made terms to adopt them into the army. Now they stood as troops in good standing, with highway robbery semi officially recognized as one of their perquisites. The adoption of Honghuzi into the army had not changed their habits of murder and robbing. When they were not plundering Russian refugees en route to Siberia or Russian supply trains they often took their plundering gaze on Chinese towns. Practically every peasant in the region at some time became a Honghuzi. It seemed to be at the time the crops were nearly full grown, when the broom corn was 12 to 15 feet high when peasants were most likely to turn to the life of outlaw. The staple crop of kaoliang affords the perfect cover for troops or honghuzi. The 8 nation alliance troops realized this the hard way when they marched from Taku to Beijing. With the tall kaoliang to hide their movements the peasants abandoned their legitimate work and took up weapons either alone or in groups to plunder the highways or rob smaller villages near where they lived. Sometimes people banded together to fight off the honghuzi. The Americans said it was a very similar situation in the philippines during their little war. The filipinos would call them amigos, then don on the clothes of the banditry class and try to rob them. Newchwang was visited by large organized robbers, many from Kaopangtzi. Dr.Seaman had the chance to take a photograph of Li Hongzhang and himself taken in the palace of the old Viceroy in Beijing, shortly before his death, it was the last picture of the old statesman, whom he knew very well by that point, he had made several visits to him in Beijing. Dr. Seaman stopped at Chinese Inn, and came across a merchant from Hsinmintung who was suffering from an affliction which he was able to relieve in some measure. The merchant heard we were traveling north and sought to meet the Honghuzi, he advised us to go at once to Hsinmingtung, where Zhang Zuolin was commanding forces. He even gave them a letter of introduction, the man turned out to be one of Zhang's merchants. The letter proved very useful as when they traveled further, people in towns gave them better accommodations, they were greeted like friends. Hsinmingtung was the terminus of the railroad that connected Kaopangtzi with the main line from Tientsin. They were in the process of building the main line further to junction at Mukden. They arrived to Hsinmingtung and received special rooms from the merchants friends. There were Cossacks patrol north and east and Japanese southeast. Qing soldiers under General Ma were patrolling west and northwest and the Honghuzi were all around. The two men bought fireworks and had a small party with the locals establishing a standing within their community. The men then called upon the Chi Fu, prefect of the place whose name was Tsung Zao Ku and he received them cordially. Then they were finally presented to the great ex-bandit of all Manchuria, the leader of the Honghuzi, Zhang Zuolin who at that point was a colonel in the Qing army. Zhang Zuolin was a handsome fellow, graceful and mild mannered. He made them feel at home in his luxurious yamen, and brewed them excellent tea in fine porcelain cups. Then he offered them a good bottle of wine, an old Madeira. The men took photos of Zhang Zuolin and his forces. Zhang told them they were now his guests and he had to attend to matters, they were at liberty to travel through the country at will, but to make sure they never traveled unattended or unarmed. In the meantime the men spoke with a guest of the Chi Fu named Chang Lin Lung from Mukden. He spoke about Zhang, saying years ago he ruled all the territory around with an iron fist, as a bandit, doing as he pleased west of the Liao river. When China absorbed him and his men into its army, he obtained an allowance to pay his men well, the government supplied them also. The two men learned what they had suspected, these honghuzi were now really officered by the Japanese. There were around 300 with Zhang Zuolin as his personal guard. There were 8 Japanese officers directing the operations of another band the two men visited. It was said Zhang paid handsomely for all of this. Some of the Japanese officers were disguised as Chinese and doing covert work. Their guerilla operations were embarrassing Kuropatkin's army, robbing their supply trains forcing the Russians to double guards on lines of communication and adding more units to the right flank and rear. Two days before the two men arrived, a party of Russians were attacked by 200 Honghuzi, 7 miles from Hsinmintung. 5 were killed, 4 decapitated, their heads placed on pike poles. The same group of bandits whipped out a Cossack escort that was moving 1000 cattle and ponies to the Russian troops, the entire herd was stolen. Over 1000 Cossacks began revenge raids in the region in retaliation. At the offset of meeting Zhang, he showed an unusual amount of attention. Trumpets summoned his entire guards of 300 men, there was a great commotion and soon the whole outfit of his forces began lining up for inspection and kodak designs. Zhang gave 20 special guards for the two mens disposal and the next morning they went on an expedition of sightseeing. The plan was to visit neighboring bands, but when they reached 5 miles northeast, several Cossack scouts forced them away. They spent the night in Kowpangtze with 5 Japanese officers supported by a large number of Honghuzi. They took a railway train in the end to part ways. This was a glimpse at the future warlord of Manchuria as he ascended being a small-time bandit, to being the leader of the strongest bandit group in Manchuria and eventually found himself a role in the Qing military. Another infamous warlord who started out as a Bandit was Zhang Zongchang. Certainly the most notorious of China's warlord, Zhang Zongchang was in all essence a monster. Google or Youtube search his name and you will see meme videos everywhere, though might I add, I made a video talking about the funny parts of his life, but also the cold hard horror show that it also was, check out Zhang Zongchang the monster behind the meme. Zhang Zongchang was born in 1881 in Yi county, present day Laizhou in Shandong. He grew up in an impoverished village. His father worked as a head shaver and trumpeter, a rampant alcoholic. His mother was basically what you would call a practicing witch, she performed exorcisms. The family moved to Manchuria when Zhang was in his teens and the parents separated. Zhang stayed with his mother who took on a new lover. Zhang quickly took to a life of crime in and around Harbin. He took up work as a pickpocket, a prospector, worked as a bouncer and found himself working as a laborer in Siberia. He picked up a lot of Russian, which would pay off big time down the road. He described himself as a graduate of “the school of forestry”. He became a hell of a big guy at 6 foot 6 and would be the tallest of the warlords, that was not all that was tall, if you know the meme you know the meme. When the Russo-Japanese war broke out, while Zhang Zuolin helped the Japanese, Zhang Zongchang helped the Russians. He served as a auxiliary for the Imperial Russian Army, it was basically the same situation of Zuolin, he was a honghuzi gang leader. However his real fame came after the war. During the war he showed himself a very capable warrior and leader. He was known for “splitting melons” ie: bashing the skulls of his enemies with rifle butts. Zhang made a ton of friends amongst the Russian military, he got along very well with them. He acquired an enormous taste for fine things, particularly cigars, champagne and whiskey. Google him and you will probably see a cigar in his mouth. Now unlike Zuolin, Zongchang really only starts to do famous deeds after the Russo-Japanese War, I don't want to go to far into the future, but I will give you a taste. For one thing why was he notoriously known as the “dogmeat general” you might ask? The nickname “Dogmeat General”, was said to be based on his fascination with the domino game Pai Jiu. Others say his favorite brand of tonic was known as dogmeat. And of course there was the rumor he ate a meal of black chow chow dog every day, as it was popularly believed at the time that this boosted a man's vitality. Nicknames like “the lanky general or general with three long legs” were certainly something he publicized heavily. There was indeed the rumor old 86 referred to the length of his penis being 86 mexican silver dollars, there was also a nickname “72-cannon Zhang” referring to that length. I mean the man was 6 foot 6, people described him quote “with the physique of an elephant, the brain of a pig and the temperament of a tiger”. Alongside his penis propaganda, he was a legendary womanizer. Take his other nickname for example “the general of three don't-knows”: he did not know how many women, how many troops, or how much money he had. I think that nickname fits him better than the nickname he gave himself “the Great General of Justice and Might”. He had a ton of concubines. The exact number of concubines he had has variously been reported between 30-50, but historians have a hard time trying to fix the numbers as Zhang himself allegedly did not know. Allegedly his concubines were from 26 different nationalities, each with her own washbowl marked with the flag of her nation. He was also said to give his concubines numbers since he could not remember their names nor speak their various languages. Many of these women he married, he was a polygamist after all. There was known to be Chinese, Japanese, Russian, Korean, Mongolians and at least one American amongst Zhang's women. Zhang was semi-literate, whenever people asked where he was educated he would say “the college of the green forest” a euphemism for banditry. Despite being semi-literate Zhang Zongchang is famously known for his poetry, most notably his Poem on Bastards: You tell me to do this, He tells me to do that. You're all bastards, Go fuck your mother. It should be noted a lot of the poetry attributed to Zhang Zongchang may have been fabricated by a political opponent named Han Fuju who took over Shandong Province after him. Now that's enough about the two Zhang's, trust me we are going to dig much deeper into these guys later on in the series, because I love the warlord era, its absolute insanity and very unknown to the west. So the Honghuzi who are often called just bandits, had a lot of influence in Manchuria, they are just another piece of the larger puzzle as they say. Now the enormous amount of bandits in Manchuria alongside the Boxer movement is what drove Russia to invade Manchuria. The Russians sent over 177,000 troops in Manchuria, under the guise it was merely to protect their railway construction efforts. This raised a lot of eyebrows as they say. By 1902 order had been restored in Beijing, the armed forces were thinning out. Britain and Japan were wary of Russia's increasing influence in the far east. Britain and Japan entered into an alliance on January 30th of 1902. The terms dictated if either nation was to go to war to protect its regional interests against a third power, the unaffected party would not only remain neutral but would try to prevent the conflict from widening. If an additional power, like France or Germany joined the war, either Japan or Britain would help the other. The alliance worked to Japan's favor allowing her to consolidate her recent acquisition of Korea and bolster her interest in Manchuria. Russia countered this by declaring a similar alliance on March 16th of 1902 with France. Now everyone expected Russia to withdraw her enormous troops from Manchuria, and on April 8th of 1902, during the Manchurian Convention, Russia confirmed her ultimate aim to evacuate Manchuria on the condition the railway and Russian citizens were protected by the Chinese. It was agreed the Russian withdrawal would be done in three phases. Over three periods, each 6 months. After the first 6 months, the first assigned territory, southwest of Mukden was evacuated and returned to China. The anticipated second phase of the withdrawal from the remainder of the province of Mukden and Kirin did not occur however. When the Qing ambassador in St Petersburg enquired what the delay was, he was waved off. Then 20 days after the withdrawal had begun, Beijing was presented with demands for concessions in Manchuria. None of the returned territory was in any way to be given to another power. Mongolia's system of government was not to be altered. No new ports or towns were to be developed or opened in Manchuria without informing Russia. Foreigners serving in the Chinese government were not to exercise authority in northern Manchuria. The telegraph line connecting the Liaotung Peninsula with Peking was to be assured. On Newchwang being returned to China, the Customs' dues were to continue to be paid into the Russo-Chinese Bank. The rights acquired by Russian interests or Russian people were to be continue On April 29th encouraged by the protests and support of Britain, the US and Japan, China rejected the 7 demands. Japan was greatly threatened by all of this and little by little, the same situation we saw unfold prior to the first sino-japanese war, was occurring all over again in Manchuria. I would like to take this time to remind you all that this podcast is only made possible through the efforts of Kings and Generals over at Youtube. Please go subscribe to Kings and Generals over at Youtube and to continue helping us produce this content please check out www.patreon.com/kingsandgenerals. If you are still hungry after that, give my personal channel a look over at The Pacific War Channel at Youtube, it would mean a lot to me. The Honghuzi were a unique type of banditry that had an enormous role in the history of Manchuria. Those like Zhang Zuolin and Zhang Zongchang would join their ranks and earn great fame. With so many bandits in Manchuria however, conflict would soon arise.
No 31º episódio do Tem Dado em Casa, Gustavo Lopes recebe Eric e Isa do Turno BGames para comentar sobre seu top jogos que perderam o hype. Falamos sobre os motivos pelos quais jogos que tínhamos uma expectativa muito alta foram grandes decepções, ou mesmo porque certos jogos acabam perdendo o hype no mar de tantos lançamentos e jogos que jogamos. - Link da Campanha no Catarse: https://www.catarse.me/gambiarra_board_gamesEdição - Fabs Fabuloso e Gustavo Lopes. Capa - Gustavo Lopes . Quer comprar jogos por um precinho bacana e contribuir com o Gambiarra Board Games? Acessa https://bravojogos.com.br/ e utilize o cupom GAMBIARRANABRAVO Confira as fotos dos jogos em nosso instagram instagram.com/gambiarraboardgames E-mail para sugestões: email@example.com papodelouco.com Apoio Acessórios BG: https://www.acessoriosbg.com.br BGSP: https://boardgamessp.com.br/ Bravo Jogos: https://bravojogos.com.br Aroma de Madeira: https://www.aromademadeira.com.brAbertura: Free Transition Music - Upbeat 80s Music - 'Euro Pop 80s' (Intro A - 4 seconds)Jay Man - OurMusicBoxhttps://www.our-music-box.comhttps://www.youtube.com/c/ourmusicboxTrilha: Music Credit: LAKEY INSPIREDTrack Name: "The Process"Music By: LAKEY INSPIRED @ https://soundcloud.com/lakeyinspiredOriginal upload HERE - https://soundcloud.com/lakeyinspired/Official "LAKEY INSPIRED" YouTube Channel HERE - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCOmyLicense for commercial use: Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported "Share Alike" (CC BY-SA 3.0) License.Full License HERE - https://creativecommons.org/licenses/ - Music promoted by NCM https://goo.gl/fh3rEJ e Mischief Maker by Kevin MacLeod - Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/4059-mischief-maker - License: https://filmmusic.io/standard-license
Kencan Dengan Tuhan - Minggu, 29 Oktober 2023 Bacaan: "Kita tahu sekarang, bahwa Allah turut bekerja dalam segala sesuatu untuk mendatangkan kebaikan bagi mereka yang mengasihi Dia, yaitu bagi mereka yang terpanggil sesuai dengan rencana Allah." (Roma 8:28) Renungan: Christiano Ronaldo dos Santos Aveiro, lahir di daerah miskin ibu kota Madeira, Funchal, Portugal, pada tanggal 5 Februari 1985. la anak bungsu dari pasangan Jose Dinis Aveiro, yang bekerja sebagai tukang kebun di balai kota dan Maria Dolores dos Santos Aveiro, yang bekerja sebagai tukang masak. Ayahnya juga bekerja sampingan sebagai asisten perlengkapan di klub sepak bola lokal, Andonrinha. Tempat tinggal Ronaldo ialah sebuah rumah kecil yang menampung enam orang anggota keluarga. Ronaldo pun menuturkan bahwa kehidupan masa kecilnya sungguh memprihatinkan, "Saya berbagi satu tempat tidur dengan saudara saya, saya tidak memiliki cukup uang untuk membeli mainan seperti yang dimiliki oleh sahabat seusia saya. Dahulu saya berjalan kaki menuju ke sekolah. Saya tidak boleh ikut belajar karena sering bolos dengan alasan tidak punya biaya dan tidak memiliki apa pun. Saya bermain sepak bola dengan tujuan menghapus derita dan melenyapkan amarah." Minat Ronaldo terhadap sepak bola begitu tinggi dan sepak bolalah yang mengubah nasibnya. Di usia tujuh tahun, ayahnya mengajak Ronaldo bermain dan bergabung di klub tempat ayahnya bekerja. Mandiri dan disiplin terbentuk karena kehidupan yang pahit. Bahkan, di usia 16 tahun, ia harus membantu membiayai pengobatan kakaknya yang kecanduan narkoba. Ronaldo pun tumbuh sebagai penggila bola, hari-harinya dihabiskan dengan sekolah dan bermain bola. Ia terus meniti kariernya sehingga menjadi pesepak bola terkaya tahun 2015. Ayahnya yang meninggal di usia 52 tahun karena alkohol, membuat Ronaldo menjauhi alkohol dan rokok. Bahkan ia tidak memiliki tato di tubuhnya sebagaimana sering kali dimiliki pesepak bola ternama lainnya. Alasannya agar ia selalu dapat mendonorkan darah kepada orang yang membutuhkan. Ia juga sering melakukan donasi membantu kemanusiaan. Kepribadian seseorang terbentuk juga karena peristiwa masa lalu, entah ke arah yang buruk atau ke arah yang baik, seperti halnya Ronaldo. Tetapi ingatlah, Tuhan ingin agar kita menjadi pribadi yang berkualitas, bukan sebaliknya. Tuhan Yesus memberkati. Doa: Tuhan Yesus, berikanlah aku kemampuan untuk mengerti rencana-Mu melalui setiap peristiwa yang terjadi, yang tidak sesuai dengan harapanku dan buatlah aku selalu tinggal di dalam-Mu dalam setiap peristiwa baik ataupun buruk. Amin. (Dod).
Even thought winter is setting in, in Portugal, it's still a great place to come compared to other, chillier and darker destinations.Joining us this morning, Frank is back, a seasoned over-winterer in the Algarve and connectng LIVE from Madeira, Coach Turner on holiday in Portuguese paradise.Any questions or comments on this distinctly feeling good Friday? ---All that we do is made possible by our GMP! VIP supporters, Portugal Club members, as well as associates including Expats Portugal and channel sponsors UrHome/Dynasty Homes.Feel free to support the Good Morning Portugal! show and community by becoming a GMP! VIP or joining the Portugal Club at www.gmpvip.comLearn loads more about Portugal every day here - www.learnaboutportugal.comJoin Expats Portugal for access to top migration professionals, discounts and perks - https://expatsportugal.com/?wpam_id=27 Check out Portugal's most exciting new sustainable development project - http://www.herdadedomeio.comNeed to exchange Dollars for Euros? Try https://www.goodmorningportugal.com/support-services/currency-exchange Contact Carl Munson - firstname.lastname@example.orgWant to create live shows like mine? Try https://streamyard.com/pal/d/4668289695875072
In Episode 28, our host, Captain Ricky Wheeler, talks with his good friend Matthew Milne. Matthew has spent the first decade of his adult life as a professional mate fishing in some great locations throughout the world such as Cape Verdes, Madeira, Dominican Republic, Southern Caribbean, and also New Jersey with Ricky. These days he spends half of his time in Cape Verde Islands chasing Blue Marlin, and the other half of his year as home in Trinidad running tarpon charters on his 31' center console. Lots of blue marlin fishing excitement and experiences along with some tarpon talk as well. To fish with our guest, Matthew Milne, in Trinidad for tarpon or one of his other locations he is a mate at, contact Matthew via email email@example.comTo fish with our host, Captain Ricky Wheeler, aboard his beautiful 60' Custom Sportfishing Boat, go to EuphoriaSportfishing.comIf you would like our host, Ricky Wheeler, to help you sell your boat/yacht or help you with searching for and buying a boat/yacht, please email:RickyWheeler@UnitedYacht.comFor online fishing courses, go to our website Courses.SaltwaterEuphoria.comCLICK HERE to see the Saltwater Euphoria Job BoardIf you are a Sportfishing Mate, Sportfishing Captain, or an aspiring mate or captain looking for an opportunity, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will get you on our SE Job Board. Send your up-to-date resume, a picture or two of yourself, and a short cover letter stating who you are and the type of work/sportfishing program you are looking to work with. Saltwater Euphoria Podcast Sponsors:+Tackle Direct - click the link to go to the page with Ricky Wheeler's Tuna Essentials - tdhook.co/WHEELER+Strike Point Tackle - http://www.strikepointtackle.com/shopUse discount code RICKY10 at Checkout on Strike Point Tackle's Website for 10% off anything on their website.+Saltwater Euphoria - https://www.saltwatereuphoria.com/+Euphoria Sportfishing - https://www.euphoriasportfishing.com/You can follow the following on Instagram:CaptainRickyWheeler: @CaptainRickyWheelerSaltwater Euphoria: @SaltwaterEuphoriaEuphoria Sportfishing: @EuphoriaSportfishingMatthew Milne: @milfroyIf you like this podcast please be sure to click that FOLLOW button and also spread the word by sharing this episode with your friends or whatever social channels you are on. We appreciate your support.
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Nel nuovo episodio del BIP SHOW festeggiamo l'inizio del PlanB Forum di Lugano e l'apertura del glorioso Palco21. Commentiamo i momenti salienti della conferenza di Amsterdam, gli interventi di Edward Snowden e Stella Assange, l'annuncio di Madeira, e Giacomo Zucco che demolisce (ancora una volta) gli Ordinals. Infine: l'insider trading di CoinTelegraph e un report che dimostra come MasterCard venda tutti i dati degli utenti indiscriminatamente.It's showtime!
Learn how @Pablof7Z Worldschools whilst living and building on #bitcoin and NOSTR! Today's guest on the show is @Pablof7Z who joins me to talk about his journey into the #bitcoin and Worldschooling rabbit holes and how it has changed his life. Why did @Pablof7Z start trading up to 3000 times per day on shitcoins and how did that affect his mind, body and soul? What led @Pablof7Z to think differently about education and to decide on Worldschooling for his kids? Where is @Pablof7Z looking to travel to next and why? Will you be joining @Pablof7Z and me in Madeira for the @Bitcoinatlantis conference 1st-3rd March 2024? A huge thank you to @Pablof7Z for coming on the show and sharing his experiences! Find out more about Pablo here - www.Pablof7Z.com Learn more about the Sovereign Engineering Project on Madeira here! https://sovereignengineering.io/ ALL LINKS HERE - FOR DISCOUNTS AND OFFERS - https://vida.page/princey - https://linktr.ee/princey21m Pleb Service Announcements. @orangepillapp That's it, that's the announcement. Thank you: @swanbitcoin @relai_app @ShiftCryptoHQ @wasabiwallet @hodlhodl @mempool @KonsensusN for your trust and support. Support the pods via @fountain_app https://play.fountain.fm/show/2oJTnUm5VKs3xmSVdf5n Shills and Mench's: ORANGE PILL APP - https://signup.theorangepillapp.com/opa/princey SWAN BITCOIN - www.swan.com/bitten RELAI - www.relai.me/Bitten Use Code BITTEN BITBOX - www.bitbox.swiss/bitten Use Code BITTEN HODL HODL - https://hodlhodl.com/join/BITTEN WASABI WALLET - https://www.wasabiwallet.io/ MEMPOOL - https://mempool.space/ KONSENSUS NETWORK - Buy bitcoin books in different languages. Use code BITTEN for 10% discount - bitcoinbook.shop/discount/BITTENBITCOIN RESERVE - Buy Bitcoin- www.bitcoinreserve.com/bittenSTACKING SAT http://stackinsat.com/signup/?r=Bitten SATSBACK - Shop online and earn back sats! https://satsback.com/register/5AxjyPRZV8PNJGlM HEATBIT - Home Bitcoin mining - https://www.heatbit.com/?ref=DANIELPRINCE - Use code BITTEN. CONFERENCES: BITCOIN ATLANTIS - @BitcoinAtlantis - @FREEMadeiraOrg - 1st -3rd March 2024. Use code BITTEN for a 10% discount on all ticket purchases. https://bitcoinatlantis.com/
Hoy entrevistamos a un representante de Medio Ambiente del Cabildo de Gran Canaria para preguntarle acerca de las prohibiciones a circular en bicicleta por senderos, caminos y pistas de zonas protegidas en Gran Canaria. Hace unos días recogí preguntas de la comunidad para hacerle a Pablo Carretero, en representación de Medio Ambiente. Enlace a la TRANSCRIPCIÓN DE LA ENTREVISTA: (Pronto disponible en https://chelaclo.com/medio-ambiente/ ) Enlaces de interés proporcionados por Medio Ambiente: (Pronto disponibles) Las preguntas, que fueron casi 300, resumidamente son las siguientes: ¿Han considerado implementar senderos compartidos o específicos para ciclistas, como se hace en otros países? Madeira es un buen ejemplo debido a su similitud orográfica con Gran Canaria, generando 30 millones de € al año para la industria local. El turismo activo es un activo valioso para nuestra isla, aportando más que el turismo de playa. ¿Por qué se compara el impacto de las bicicletas con las motos? ¿Pueden diferenciar las marcas que dejan unas y otras? ¿Cómo es posible que se permita la construcción de parques eólicos, fotovoltaicos o presas en zonas protegidas, pero no el tránsito de bicicletas? ¿Por qué se excava o se emplea hormigón en senderos protegidos para "adecuarlos", como se hace en Valleseco? ¿Por qué no se ha dialogado con la comunidad ciclista antes de tomar decisiones drásticas? ¿Han tenido diálogo con la federación de ciclismo sobre el tema? ¿Cuál fue su postura? ¿Algún medio de comunicación ha mostrado interés en entender la perspectiva del ciclista? ¿Es legal prohibir el paso por senderos privados que están autorizados para su uso? (Pasos de servidumbre). ¿Están al tanto que muchos ciclistas limpian los caminos de forma gratuita y desinteresada? ¿Conocen algún colectivo de senderistas que haga lo mismo? ¿Los senderos y caminos, son un bien público? Según la legislación vigente, se promueve la práctica de deporte al aire libre para mejorar la economía rural y la salud de la población, incluyendo el ciclismo. ¿No es esto contradictorio? ¿Qué tiene mayor peso, la promoción del deporte, economía y salud pública o el "por si acaso", sin un estudio que lo respalde? ¿Cómo se justifica la prohibición de un deporte en un país con alta tasa de suicidio, sedentarismo y colapso en el sistema sanitario? ¿Cómo se justifica promocionar a Gran Canaria como la isla europea del deporte, traer la Vuelta a España pero prohibir el MTB? ¿Hay una ley específica que justifica la prohibición del ciclismo de montaña? ¿Qué base técnica respalda la prohibición? ¿Hay algún estudio que respalde que la bicicleta erosiona más el terreno que un senderista, caballo u otros usuarios de la montaña? ¿Quién firma el estudio medioambiental que afirma que las bicicletas dañan la montaña? ¿En qué fecha? ¿Tiene este individuo algún interés económico o político? ¿Es senderista? ¿Quién decide cómo debe actuar medio ambiente respecto a la prohibición del ciclismo? ¿Es un cargo político? ¿Directiva de medio ambiente? ¿La alcaldía tiene poder de decisión en cada municipio o es medio ambiente? ¿Existe un régimen común a nivel insular? ¿O es municipal? -Los carteles de prohibición, ¿Son legales? ¿Deben mostrar el artículo de la ley en que se basan? -En caso de ser legales; ¿Quién tiene el derecho de advertir al ciudadano? ¿Ceprona? ¿Policía local del municipio? ¿Se puede recurrir al no estar basado en un estudio? ¿O una ley, aunque no esté respaldada por un estudio, es definitiva? El ciclismo es actualmente el deporte al aire libre más practicado en España, sustentando económicamente a muchas familias. Tiendas, eventos, talleres, restauración, transporte, etc., sin mencionar los beneficios en la salud mental y física de decenas de miles de personas. ¿Es responsable prohibir sin un estudio que lo respalde, en lugar de regular? ¿Cuál es el camino a seguir para resolver esto? ¿Qué pasos, en qué orden, deberían tomarse? ¿Te ha servido de ayuda? Puedes agradecérnoslo con un pequeño donativo para poder seguir haciendo CONTENIDOS DE VALOR gratis para la comunidad. Entra en www.chelaclo.com/donar y aporta lo que consideres. ¡Gracias! Encuentra más contenido cómo este en nuestro blog https://chelaclo.com/ , en nuestro Podcast Aventuras sobre dos ruedas o suscríbete a nuestra Newsletter en https://chelaclo.com/newsletter/ para recibir un resumen de los mismos canda semana #aFullChela
Vinene i afsnittet er skænket af Vinho https://vinho.dk/shop/forside-79c1.html Find en smagekasse fra afsnittet her https://vinho.dk/shop/vin-for-begyndere-817p.html ......................... Ok ok ok… Så er der debut! Madeira - hvad er det, hvordan smager det, hvordan laver man det, hvilke druer bruger man og hvad kan man spise man til? Vi skal dette afsnit i dybden med Madeira, som formentlig er en af de vintyper, der kan holde sig allerlængst i flasken både før og efter åbning. Vi skal selvfølgelig også høre historien om Madeira og hvorfor det ikke bliver til eddikke over tid. Vi smager på 1) H.M. Borges 5 years Dry Madeirahttps://vinho.dk/shop/h-m-borges-715p.html 2) H.M. Borges 15 Years Medium Dry Verdelho Extra Reserve Madeirahttps://vinho.dk/shop/h-m-borges-722p.html 3) H. M. Borges Boal Medium Sweet Colheita 2005https://vinho.dk/shop/h-m-borges-790p.html ........................ Køb vores bog "Vin for begyndere og øvede" i en signeret udgave her: http://vinforbegyndere.com/ Støt Vin for begyndere podcast her https://vinforbegyndere.10er.app/ Besøg os på Facebook og Instagram, hvor man kan se billeder af vinene og få tips til vin og mad sammensætning. https://www.facebook.com/vinforbegyndere https://www.instagram.com/vinforbegyndere Web: https://www.radioteket.dk/ Kontakt: email@example.com Musik: Jonas Landin Lyt vores bog som lydbog her: Køb den her https://www.saxo.com/dk/vin-for-begyndere-og-oevede_lydbog_9788773397374
A million year old forest, the Laurisilva of Madeira are stunning ecosystems trapped in time and untouched by humanity. At the center of this forest is the Canary Island Laurel (Prunus lusitanica).Completely Arbortrary is produced and hosted by Casey Clapp and Alex CrowsonJoin the Cone of the Month ClubSupport the show on PatreonFollow along on InstagramFind Arbortrary merch on our storeFind additional reading on our websiteCover art by Jillian BartholdMusic by Aves and The Mini-VandalsThis show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/5803202/advertisement
The Golden Trail World Series Final is set to take place from October 19 to 22, 2023, in Il Golfo dell Isola. Malen Osa, a talented young athlete from Spain, proudly represents Salomon International. She currently holds the 3rd overall ranking in the series, putting her in a promising position to clinch a podium spot in the upcoming final. With a solid background in soccer, Malen garnered widespread attention at last year's GTWS final in Madeira, consistently finishing in the top 5. This episode is brought to you by Freetrail @runfreetrail www.freetrail.com - subscribe and JOIN US IN SLACK Episode Sponsor: NEVERSECOND @never.second use code SUBHUB25 Il Golfo dell Isola - https://www.ilgolfodellisolatrail.com/en/ Instagram - @emkaysulli @dan_yell_a @the_subhub_ @ilgolfodellisolatrail @malenosaa
Keith Nelson's academic foundations include a B.A. from Harvard, Ph.D from Yale, and stimulating experiences as a collaborative faculty member at Stanford, Graduate Faculty of New School for Social research, and the Developmental Psychology mecca called Penn State University. His teaching includes courses on Fostering Creative Breakthroughs.Basic theory-based research has been translated widely into new procedures for helping to accelerate developmental progress in children with autism, language delay, dyslexia, and deafness. Publications have included 12 volumes in the book series, Children's Language, as well as over 100 journal articles and book chapters. Very few peers have attempted and achieved impressive causal experimental results across fields as diverse as Art Education, Language Delay, Poverty, Dyslexia, Deafness, Autism Spectrum Disorders, Basic Language Acquisition, Creativity, Preschool Education, Communication Disorders, Environmental Stewardship, and Adult Learning. In addition to publications Keith regularly gives papers and workshops at conferences all around the world. For example, presentations have included Vienna, Vancouver, Austin, Madrid, Stockholm, Istanbul, Madeira, and Tokyo.Here's a bit more about his book, BREAKTHROUGHS... Everyone gets STUCK sometimes. Perhaps you have recently been Stuck in some important way--not making progress with a child, a business project, a creative endeavor, a community project?Stuck Now? BREAKTHROUGHS is here to inspire and help. In short, fun chapters you will explore a remarkable variety of ways that others have been really STUCK--and then found a way to Break Through, to Leap Forward. Your thinking and planning and real-life exploring will open up and feed in strongly to your own Breakthrough Successes.Breakthroughs : Realizing Our Potentials Through Dynamic Tricky Mixes - Keith NelsonShow Sponsor – National Association for Primary Education (NAPE)Watch Mark Taylor interview Al Kingsley – ‘Creating Digital Strategies for Schools' from the Primary Education Summit – ‘Visions for the Future' – 2023Get access to all 20 videos from the the summit at www.nape.org.uk/summitFor support with podcasting & video please visit www.educationonfire.com/media Mentioned in this episode:NAPE Al Kingsley Summit PromoWatch Mark Taylor interview Al Kingsley about 'Creating Digital Strategies for Schools' as part of the Primary Education Summit 2023 - Visions for the Future - presented by National Association for Primary Education (NAPE) https://www.educationonfire.com/creating-digital-strategies-for-schools/NAPE Al Kingsley Summit Promo
EmKay and Dani chat with Antonio Martinez Perez, a professional trail runner for Scarpa based in Onil Spain. Antonio was most recently 3rd at OCC in a very close men's race. Antonio is currently ranked first overall in the Skyrunner world series after wins at Calamorro and Madeira, 3rd at Matheysins, and a 2nd place at Gorbeia Suzien. This episode is brought to you by Freetrail @runfreetrail www.freetrail.com - subscribe and JOIN US IN SLACK Episode Sponsor: NEVERSECOND @never.second use code SUBHUB25 Instagram - @emkaysulli @dan_yell_a @the_subhub_ @antonio_runner
Foi uma semana belissimamente recheada de vibrantes fanatismos: gente convencida daqui que julga ser a sua razão, de megafone em punho, tentou censurar um livro; outra gente, empanturrada de boas razões, foi atirar bolas de tinta verde contra um ministro, quando ele se preparava para falar num evento patrocinado por empresas do sector energético; e ainda uma terceira categoria de pessoas decidiu, sem o citar, evocar Lenine e a frase em que ele defendia “liberdade de expressão absoluta, excepto para os nossos inimigos”. Enquanto isso, a Madeira foi a votos, Miguel Albuquerque desdisse-se, o PAN tornou-se o azimute da estabilidade regional e António Costa, na noite da hecatombe socialista, nem vê-lo. Esta é a ementa da semana; e parafraseando o velho Marx (calma, não é esse): são estes os nossos temas, mas se não gostarem deles temos outros.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Albuquerque invocou a cadela Sissi no acordo com animalistas na Madeira. Embalado, o PAN admite matrimónios continentais no futuro. A convidada da Vichyssoise foi a líder do PAN, Inês Sousa Real.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Vale tudo na luta contra a emergência climática e na política de acordos de incidência parlamentar? Esta semana, seis jovens portugueses apareceram perante o Tribunal Europeu dos Direitos Humanos, na sequência da queixa que apresentaram contra mais de 30 países europeus pela emissão de gases com efeito de estufa, Portugal incluído. Também nestes dias, outros jovens atiraram tinta ao ministro Duarte Cordeiro, durante uma conferência dedicado ao clima, e também durante uma sobre aviação em Lisboa. O Eixo do Mal foi emitido na SIC NotíciasSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this special episode of CorkRules, Robert Tas interviews Bartholomew Broadbent, founder and CEO of Broadbent Wines Limited. Bartholomew was named one of the “fifty most influential people in the wine world” by Decanter Magazine (1997) and ranked 48th in the “Top 100 Most Influential People in the U.S Wine Industry” in 2013 by IntoWine.com, and in this episode, he shares his journey and adventures in the wine industry, beginning with an early introduction to the industry with his father, before moving on to the fascinating history of Madeira, the rise and fall of sales in the States, and how he chooses wine in a restaurant. Wines reviewed include: Rainwater Madeira 10 Year Sercial Madeira Broadbent Single Cask O 078 Verdelho Madeira For more information on today's episode, and the wines you love to love, visit www.corkrules.com.
O atual mandatário deve seguir como presidente do Governo Regional a partir dos acordos. Partido Socialista perde mais de 40% dos votos, e o Juntos pelo Povo desponta como terceira força no arquipélago.
Numa votação renhida até ao fecho das urnas, o desfecho inesperado: todos concordaram em fazer o Guia da Noite da Má Língua, porque Portugal não é só Oeiras. Existem muitos restaurantes onde se pode comer um bom bacalhau, inclusive na Madeira onde, ao que parece, o que está a dar é galo (para o PS).See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Buzz has just returned home after a successful trip to the Master's Trail World Championships. He and Corrine talk about what "World Championship" means in trail running right now and they discuss the athlete and spectator turnout in Madeira. Corrine interviews Lakota runner Connor Ryan about his connection to the mountains, how he found running, and why inclusion is so important in ultrarunning. You can read the article “The need for Indigenous Inclusion in Ultrarunning” over at news.ultrasignup.com. Real Runner Questions: Buzz the chats with David about how runners stay strong through the decides. Orly asks how to get off the injured list. You can get more information about Natives Outdoors at natives-outdoors.org
As suggested by patron Keith S, this week we take a detailed look at Madeira, the Portuguese island that makes a unique and delicious fortified wine! We discuss the very important history (it's why the wine is made the way it is, so even if you hate history, don't skip that part!), the geography and climate of this far-flung island, the grapes that thrive here, and the unbelievable way this fortified wine has been made for centuries. Photo: Frasqueira Madeira, Boal 1977. Source: Getty Images (canva) From the single varieties, to dryness levels, to aging levels, we give a broad overview of this complex wine. We share the facts about the wine and sprinkle in commentary about why we love it so much. There is always a bottle around here for a reason (and part of that reason: you can open it and it won't spoil for months and months…!). Ditch your idea of cheap cooking versions, this is the real Madeira and we hope this inspires you to try it! As promised here is a list of the Madeira brands: HM Borges, Henriques & Henriques, J. Faria & Filhos, Justinos, Don Pablo, Pereira d'Oliveira, Barbeito, Broadbent, Madeira Vintners, and Madeira Wine Company (owns Blandy's, Cossart Gordon, Miles Madeira, Atlantis) Photo: The HM Borges Sercial and the Caracol from FitaPreta, DOC Madeirense. Credit: WfNP Full show notes are on Patreon. Become a member today! www.patreon.com/winefornormalpeople _______________________________________________________________ I love my exclusive sponsor, Wine Access, my go-to source for the best selection of interesting, outstanding quality wines you can't find locally. Go to www.wineaccess.com/normal to join my co-branded wine club with Wine Access and www.wineaccess.com/wfnp so see a page of the wines I'm loving right now from their collection. Get 10% your first order with my special URL. The holidays will be here before you know it -- plan ahead and order great wines for the season today! To register for an AWESOME, LIVE WFNP class with Elizabeth go to: www.winefornormalpeople.com/classes
In this episode, we travel to Portugal to chat with José Vieira, the owner of Viarco Pencil Co. José shares his perspective on the pencil as a tool for creativity and how his family business, which dates back to 1907, has embraced innovation and collaboration to survive in a competitive market. José discusses the challenges faced by his company in the wake of Portugal's revolution in the 1970s, which led to a loss of competitiveness against larger brands. However, instead of giving up, José and his wife decided to buy the company in 2011 and pursue a different approach. They recognized the heritage and value of their business, and saw an opportunity to create a space for artists to experiment and collaborate.Located in the town of São João da Madeira, known for its labor and textile industries, Viarco Pencil Co. benefits from its close proximity to various craftsmen and access to both traditional craftsmanship and modern technology. José describes their factory, a building with a rich history that houses their production line and even an area dedicated to artistic residencies. This space allows artists from the local community and beyond to freely explore their creativity without any obligations or restrictions.José emphasizes the importance of learning from artists and users of their products to better understand the needs and potential applications of their pencils. By fostering a community of experimentation, Viarco Pencil Co. has gained valuable insights and expanded their knowledge about the diverse possibilities of pencil manufacturing.Throughout the episode, José highlights the significance of combining ideas and embracing creativity to drive innovation. He shares his vision of the future, where Viarco Pencil Co. continues to preserve its heritage while adapting to new technologies and exploring collaborations with artists, companies, museums, and other manufacturers.