I have a backlog of music that I want to put out – I need to publish more often
As far as the site goes, I’ve been reviewing old blog posts to find relevant material, and have added some climate stuff, particularly on CO2. I have more CO2 stuff rattling around in my head that I will use to augment it if and when I find references.
This morning it became clear about what the WEF is, and added a section on that. I’ve added a couple of studies to the masks article including a recent one from the CDC that counter-intuitively found that in a group of 154 hospital outpatients, 108 or 70.6% always wore masks when they contracted the disease whereas 6 or 3.9% never wore masks. Figure that one out.
I’ve downloaded three recent papal encyclicals that I want to wade through as well as a Johns Hopkins study that a friend sent me the link for.
Please let me know if you find broken links. In this era of censorship, some of the stuff that I reference gets scrubbed from the web fast when certain parties discover them.
Clint Eastwood made his early career based on three “spaghetti” westerns. The spaghetti reference was to their production in Italy. The musical scores became iconic, written by Ennio Morricone. Here are themes from the three played by the Danish National Symphony Orchestra. First is ‘A Fistful of Dollars’:
Next we have ‘For a Few Dollars More’:
Finally, we have ‘The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly’:
And I would not want to leave you without my favourite Morricone score, that for ‘The Mission’: