OK, here's my pilot attempt at a daily vlog idea I'm calling News Aura. Credit where due, this was inspired by Suspicious0bservers but with my own take and a focus on economic indicators and selected socio-political news. Astronomy news and horoscope will be a daily feature. I hope to polish my presentation over time but I'm in learning mode right now.
Nice first episode.
So, you use Windows?
Edit: Bump-up the volume.
To paraphrase Marc Faber: We're all doomed, but that doesn't mean that we can't make money in the process.
Rabbi Lapin: "Let's make bricks!"
Stephan Kinsella: "Say you and I both want to make a German chocolate cake."
Yeah, mostly. I use Linux at work over VNC and I have an install of Linux on another partition on my home machine which I'm using for software dev.
Sorry, forgot to bump the audio... will catch it next time around.
Pardon me, but why do you do the horoscope?
Because the stars don't control our fates.
The Sun has:
a) Very little influence on our life
b) Some influence on our life
c) A massive influence on our life
And, by the way, I make no connection between the horoscope and fate. Since when is the only reason to track the positions of the planets to prognisticate the future?
@Wheylous: I do plan to start adding in discussion of the interpretive aspects over time (i.e. the meaning of retrograde Jupiter in Gemini, etc.)
Here are some positive reasons for including the astrological stuff:
*This is not the same as saying they have no influence... something modern science really cannot say anything about one way or the other as we do not really understand the mechanism of the solar system; the prevailing gravitation model is acausal
I've never viewed it that way before. That's interesting.
Id say the sun has a pretty massive influence.
I hate it when it rains.
I like it when its mildly sunny (but not too hot).
When its cloudy its meh as long as it isnt TOO cloudy.
Im in the middle type of person.
“Since people are concerned that ‘X’ will not be provided, ‘X’ will naturally be provided by those who are concerned by its absence.""The sweetest of minds can harbor the harshest of men.”
That was very nice. Very simple. By the way, very pleasent voice.