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  • Super Brain China vs Japan in Arithmetic

    15:48

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  • Bob Dylan - Tangled up in Blue

    5:44

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    Lyrics:
    Early one mornin' the sun was shinin'
    I was layin' in bed
    Wondrin' if she'd changed at all
    If her hair was still red
    Her folks they said our lives together
    Sure was gonna be rough
    They never did like
    Mama's homemade dress
    Papa's bank book wasn't big enough
    And I was standin' on the side of the road
    Rain fallin' on my shoes
    Heading out for the east coast
    Lord knows I've paid some dues
    Gettin' through
    Tangled up in blue
    She was married when we first met
    Soon to be divorced
    I helped her out of a jam I guess
    But I used a little too much force
    We drove that car as far as we could
    Abandoned it out west
    Split up on a dark sad night
    Both agreeing it was best
    She turned around to look at me
    As I was walkin' away
    I heard her say over my shoulder
    We'll meet again some day
    On the avenue
    Tangled up in blue
    I had a job in the great north woods
    Working as a cook for a spell
    But I never did like it all that much
    And one day the axe just fell
    So I drifted down to New Orleans
    Where I was looking for to be employed
    Workin' for a while on a fishin' boat
    Right outside of Delacroix
    But all the while I was alone
    The past was close behind
    I seen a lot of women
    But she never escaped my mind
    And I just grew
    Tangled up in blue
    She was workin' in a topless place
    And I stopped in for a beer
    I just kept lookin' at the side of her face
    In the spotlight so clear
    And later on as the crowd thinned out
    I's just about to do the same
    She was standing there in back of my chair
    Said to me, Don't I know your name?
    I muttered somethin' under my breath
    She studied the lines on my face
    I must admit I felt a little uneasy
    When she bent down to tie the laces
    Of my shoe
    Tangled up in blue
    She lit a burner on the stove
    And offered me a pipe
    I thought you'd never say hello, she said
    You look like the silent type
    Then she opened up a book of poems
    And handed it to me
    Written by an Italian poet
    From the thirteenth century
    And everyone of them words rang true
    And glowed like burnin' coal
    Pourin' off of every page
    Like it was written in my soul
    From me to you
    Tangled up in blue
    I lived with them on Montague Street
    In a basement down the stairs
    There was music in the cafés at night
    And revolution in the air
    Then he started into dealing with slaves
    And something inside of him died
    She had to sell everything she owned
    And froze up inside
    And when finally the bottom fell out
    I became withdrawn
    The only thing I knew how to do
    Was to keep on keepin' on
    Like a bird that flew
    Tangled up in blue
    So now I'm goin' back again
    I got to get to her somehow
    All the people we used to know
    They're an illusion to me now
    Some are mathematicians
    Some are carpenters' wives
    Don't know how it all got started
    I don't know what they're doin' with their lives
    But me, I'm still on the road
    Headin' for another joint
    We always did feel the same
    We just saw it from a different point of view
    Tangled up in blue

    #BobDylan #Folk #SingerSongwriter

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  • the NERDS - harder than life

    3:01

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  • The worlds ugliest music | Scott Rickard | TEDxMIA

    9:46

    SCOTT RICKARD
    Scott Rickard has degrees in Mathematics, Computer Science, and Electrical Engineering from M.I.T. and MA and PhD degrees in Applied and Computational Mathematics from Princeton University. At University College Dublin, he founded the Complex & Adaptive Systems Laboratory, where biologists, geologists, mathematicians, computer scientists, social scientists and economists work on problems which matter to people. He is passionate about mathematics, music and educating the next generation of scientists and mathematicians.



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  • Bob Dylan - Tangled Up In Blue

    4:27

    In 1975, Bob Dylan released his fifteenth studio album, Blood on the Tracks. Taken from the cult classic Renaldo and Clara, you can watch Dylan's riveting live performance of Tangled Up in Blue now.


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    Lyrics:
    Early one morning the sun was shining
    I was laying in bed
    Wond'ring if she'd changed it all
    If her hair was still red
    Her folks they said our lives together
    Sure was gonna be rough
    They never did like Mama's homemade dress
    Papa's bankbook wasn't big enough
    And I was standing on the side of the road
    Rain falling on my shoes
    Heading out for the East Coast
    Lord knows I've paid some dues getting through
    Tangled up in blue.

    Bob Dylan is a rare artist that has managed to transcend genre to become a universally praised songwriter, performer and musician of the 20th- and 21st-centuries. Starting out as a chronicler of social issues in the 1960s, Dylan has had true staying power with thirty-two studio albums released in 53 years – the most recent of which is 2015's critically acclaimed Shadows in the Night.

  • Galileo galilei - Have Vision Like him!

    2:43

    Galileo is Famous for his Invention Which is The Telescope. It is able to See distant things much closer. He Discovered more planets. This song is dedicated to Galileo and With this song you can able to think and Have a Vision like Galileo. Be very successful in Business and meetings. Helping to think like Galileo. If possible download this offline and hear it later.

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  • Tangled Up In Blue by Bob Dylan

    5:40

    You know what I love about Dylan songs? The tell a seemingly mundane story about a part of the man's life, and when I say that, I mean that! Literally fitting TONS of words into a great song that clearly describes an event - sometimes vague references, other times obviously specific - but either way, it's always fascinating and awesome. Nice job, Mr. Dylan. Thanks for all the great music, my friend.

    From Wikipedia:

    This particular gem first appeared on the Blood on the Tracks LP back in 1975. Released as a single, it reached #31 on the Billboard Hot 100. Rolling Stone ranked it #68 on their list of the 500 Greatest Songs of All Time.

    Tangled Up in Blue is one of the clearest examples of Dylan's attempts to write multi-dimensional songs which defied a fixed notion of time and space. Dylan was influenced by his recent study of painting and the Cubist school of artists, who sought to incorporate multiple perspectives within a single plane of view. As Neil McCormick remarked in 2003: A truly extraordinary epic of the personal, an unreliable narrative carved out of shifting memories like a five-and-a-half-minute musical Proust. In a 1978 interview Dylan explained this style of songwriting: What's different about it is that there's a code in the lyrics, and there's also no sense of time. There's no respect for it. You've got yesterday, today and tomorrow all in the same room, and there's very little you can't imagine not happening

    Lyrics:

    Early one morning the sun was shining
    I was laying in bed
    Wond'ring if she'd changed at all
    If her hair was still red

    Her folks they said our lives together
    Sure was gonna be rough
    They never did like Mama's homemade dress
    Papa's bankbook wasn't big enough

    And I was standing on the side of the road
    Rain falling on my shoes
    Heading out for the East Coast
    Lord knows I've paid some dues getting through
    Tangled up in blue.

    She was married when we first meet
    Soon to be divorced
    I helped her out of a jam I guess
    But I used a little too much force

    We drove that car as far as we could
    Abandoned it out West
    Split it up on a dark sad night
    Both agreeing it was best
    She turned around to look at me
    As I was walking away
    I heard her say over my shoulder
    We'll meet again someday on the avenue
    Tangled up in blue.

    I had a job in the great north woods
    Working as a cook for a spell
    But I never did like it all that much
    And one day the ax just fell
    So I drifted down to New Orleans
    Where I happened to be employed
    Working for a while on a fishing boat
    Right outside of Delacroix
    But all the while I was alone
    The past was close behind
    I seen a lot of women
    But she never escaped my mind and I just grew
    Tangled up in blue.

    She was working in a topless place
    And I stopped in for a beer
    I just kept looking at her side of her face
    In the spotlight so clear
    And later on as the crowd thinned out
    I's just about to do the same
    She was standing there in back of my chair
    Said to me Don't I know your name ?
    I muttered something underneath my breath
    She studied the lines on my face
    I must admit I felt a little uneasy
    When she bent down to tie the laces of my shoe
    Tangled up in blue.

    She lit a burner on the stove and offered me a pipe
    I thought you'd never say hello she said
    You look like the silent type
    Then she opened up a book of poems
    And handed it to me
    Written by an Italian poet
    From the thirteenth century
    And every one of them words rang true
    And glowed like burning coal
    Pouring off of every page
    Like it was written in my soul from me to you
    Tangled up in blue

    I lived with them on Montague Street
    In a basement down the stairs
    There was music in the caf,s at night
    And revolution in the air
    Then he started into dealing with slaves
    And something inside of him died
    She had to sell everything she owned
    And froze up inside
    And when finally the bottom fell out
    I became withdrawn
    The only thing I knew how to do
    Was to keep on keeping on like a bird that flew
    Tangled up in blue.

    So now I'm going back again
    I got to get her somehow
    All the people we used to know
    They're an illusion to me now
    Some are mathematicians
    Some are carpenter's wives
    Don't know how it all got started
    I don't what they're doing with their lives
    But me I'm still on the road
    Heading for another joint
    We always did feel the same
    We just saw it from a different point of view
    Tangled up in Blue.

  • Tangled Up In Blue - - Jagdish

    5:51

    This is a song I've always enjoyed listening to, thanks to the great lyrics (that I've given below) and Dylan's unique singing style. I truly enjoyed singing it too!
    Tangled Up in Blue, a song by Bob Dylan, was ranked #68 by Rolling Stone on their list of the 500 Greatest Songs Of All Time published in December 2004. It appeared on his Album 'Blood On The Tracks' in 1975. The song has been described as 'the most dazzling lyric ever written, an abstract narrative of relationships told in an amorphous blend of first and third person, rolling past, present and future together, spilling out in tripping cadences and audacious internal rhymes, ripe with sharply turned images and observations and filled with a painfully desperate longing.(Source: Wikipedia).
    DISCLAIMER: The karaoke backing track and pictures used in the video are copyrighted to the respective owners. No infringement is intended. This video is only for non-profit purposes...
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    Tangled Up In Blue
    Early one morning the sun was shining...I was layin' in bed
    Wond'ring if she'd changed at all...if her hair was still red
    Her folks they said our lives together...sure was gonna be rough
    They never did like Mama's homemade dress...Papa's bankbook wasn't big enough
    And I was standing on the side of the road...rain falling on my shoes
    Heading out for the East Coast...Lord knows I've paid some dues getting through
    Tangled up in Blue.

    She was married when we first met...soon to be divorced
    I helped her out of a jam I guess...but I used a little too much force
    We drove that car as far as we could...abandoned it out West
    Split up on a dark sad night...both agreeing it was best
    She turned around to look at me...as I was walking away
    I heard her say over my shoulder...We'll meet again someday on the avenue
    Tangled up in Blue.

    I had a job in the great north woods...working as a cook for a spell
    But I never did like it all that much...and one day the ax just fell
    So I drifted down to New Orleans...where I happened to be employed
    Working for a while on a fishing boat...right outside of Delacroix
    But all the while I was alone...the past was close behind
    I seen a lot of women...but she never escaped my mind and I just grew
    Tangled up in Blue.

    She was working in a topless place...and I stopped in for a beer
    I just kept looking at the side of her face...in the spotlight so clear
    Later on as the crowd thinned out...I was just about to do the same
    She was standing there in back of my chair...saying Don't I know your name ?
    I muttered something underneath my breath...she studied the lines on my face
    I must admit I felt a little uneasy...when she bent down to tie the lace of my shoe
    Tangled up in Blue.

    She lit a burner on the stove and offered me a pipe...
    I thought you'd never say hello she said...You look like the silent type
    Then she opened up a book of poems...and handed it to me
    Written by an Italian poet...from the thirteenth century
    And every one of them words rang true...and glowed like burning coal
    Pouring off of every page...like it was written in my soul...from me to you
    Tangled up in Blue

    I lived with them on Montague Street...in a basement down the stairs
    There was music in the cafes at night...and revolution in the air
    Then he started into dealing with slaves...and something inside of him died
    She had to sell everything she owned...and froze up inside
    And when finally the bottom fell out...I became withdrawn
    The only thing I knew how to do...was to keep on keeping on...like a bird that flew
    Tangled up in Blue.

    So now I'm going back again...I got to get to her somehow
    All the people we used to know...they're an illusion to me now
    Some are mathematicians...some are carpenter's wives
    Don't know how it all got started...I don't what they're doing with their lives
    But me I'm still on the road...heading for another joint
    We always did feel the same...we just saw it from a different point of view...
    Tangled up in Blue.

  • Yan Ayrton Klavier Etude No.3 Beyond reality...in b-flat min Op58

    18:34

    Bernhard Riemann (1826-1866) was one of the leading mathematicians of the nineteenth century. In his short career, he introduced ideas of fundamental importance in complex analysis, real analysis, differential geometry, number theory, and other subjects. His work in differential geometry provided the mathematical basis for the general theory of relativity.
    Riemann's name is associated with what is probably the most important unproved conjecture in present-day mathematics, the Riemann hypothesis. This involves the Riemann zeta function, which is a function ζ(s) of a complex variable s defined as follows. If the real part of s is greater than 1, define ζ(s) to be the sum of the convergent series ∑n &ge 1 n-s; then extend ζ(s) to the whole complex plane by analytic continuation. The Riemann hypothesis states: if ζ(s) = 0 and the real part of s is between 0 and 1, then the real part of s is exactly 1/2. This seemingly esoteric condition is of fundamental importance for the distribution of prime numbers.
    During 1840, Riemann went to Hanover to live with his grandmother and attend lyceum (middle school). After the death of his grandmother in 1842, he attended high school at the Johanneum Lüneburg. In high school, Riemann studied the Bible intensively, but he was often distracted by mathematics.
    To this end, he even tried to prove mathematically the correctness of the Book of Genesis. His teachers were amazed by his adept ability to solve complicated mathematical operations, in which he often outstripped his instructor's knowledge. In 1846, at the age of 19, he started studying philology and theology in order to become a priest and help with his family's finances.

    Riemann's idea was to introduce a collection of numbers at every point in space (i.e., a tensor) which would describe how much it was bent or curved. Riemann found that in four spatial dimensions, one needs a collection of ten numbers at each point to describe the properties of a manifold, no matter how distorted it is. This is the famous construction central to his geometry, known now as a Riemannian metric.
    Riemann's dissertation, completed under Gauss's supervision in 1851, was on the foundations of complex analysis. It introduced several ideas of fundamental importance, such as the definitions of conformal mapping and simple connectivity. These are necessary for one of his main results, the Riemann mapping theorem: any simply connected domain of the the complex plane having at least two boundary points can be conformally mapped onto the unit disk. Riemann also introduced the Laurent series expansion for functions having poles and branch points.
    The next step in Riemann's academic career was to qualify as a Privatdozent (lecturer). To do this he had to present a Habilitationsshcrift (probabtionary essay) and Habilitationsvortrag (probationary lecture). Both turned out to be mathematical masterpieces. For his Habilitationsschrift Riemann chose the subject of Fourier series, and presented the completed essay in 1853.
    Although trigonometric series had long been used in astronomy, the question of which solutions of the wave equation uxx = c2utt could be represented by such series triggered a lively debate in the eighteenth century, involving D'Alembert, Euler, and others. The basic problem was a lack of foundations for analysis. Fourier made extensive use of trigonometric series in solving the heat equation uxx = a ut, but did little to resolve the foundational issues. Riemann's essay made considerable progress on this problem, first by giving a criterion for a function to be integrable (or as we now say, Riemann integrable), and then by obtaining a necessary condition for a Riemann integrable function to be representable by a Fourier series.
    Riemann married in July 1862, and later that year caught a serious cold which developed into tubercolosis. He travelled several times to Italy to recuperate, and had friends among the most important Italian mathematicians (particuarly Betti and Beltrami). Riemann spent the last weeks of his life in the Italian village of Selasca with his wife and three-year-old daughter.

    Klavier Etude No. 3 Beyond ... in D major Opus 58 by Yan Ayrton (to Riemann and Rafael)

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  • Семнадцать мгновений весны двенадцатая серия

    1:6:15

    Макс Отто фон Штирлиц нем. Max Otto von Stierlitz по аналогии с реально существующей немецкой фамилией Stiegliz возможно также написание Stiglitz, соответственно Stirlitz собственно фамилия Штирлиц в немецкоязычных странах не встречается он же Максим Максимович Исаев, настоящее имя Всеволод Владимирович Владимиров литературный персонаж, герой многих произведений советского писателя Юлиана Семёнова, штандартенфюрер СС, советский разведчик-нелегал, работавший в интересах СССР в нацистской Германии и некоторых других странах. Персонаж придуман автором в 1965 году. Всесоюзную славу образу Штирлица принёс многосерийный телефильм Татьяны Лиозновой Семнадцать мгновений весны по одноимённому роману, где его роль сыграл Вячеслав Тихонов. Этот персонаж стал самым знаменитым образом разведчика в советской и постсоветской культуре.

    в 2011 году скульптор Александр объявил о начале сбора средств на установку памятника Штирлицу во Владивостоке возле гостиницы Версаль в которой жил и возможно придумал образ разведчика Юлиан Семёнов 12 января 2018 года памятник был установлен
    Штирлиц : Из партийной характеристики члена НСДАП с 1933 года фон Штирлица, штандартенфюрера СС

    VI отдел РСХА Истинный ариец Характер нордический выдержанный с товарищами по работе поддерживает хорошие отношения безукоризненно выполняет служебный долг беспощаден к врагам Рейха отличный спортсмен чемпион Берлина по теннису холост в связях, порочащих его, замечен не был отмечен наградами фюрера и благодарностями рейхсфюрера СС

    Штирлиц является персонажем многочисленных советских и российских анекдотов. Писатель Дмитрий Быков полагает, что Штирлиц главный герой советского эпоса например: Штирлиц выпал с третьего этажа и чудом зацепился за второй. Чудо распухло и мешало ходить, или: „Трогай!“ сказал Штирлиц шоферу. Шофер потрогал и обалдел, или: В углу двора двое эсэсовцев ставили машину на попа. „Бедняга пастор!“ подумал Штирлиц.

    Юлиан Семёнович Семёнов Москва, Россия русский советский писатель, сценарист, публицист, журналист, поэт. Основатель журнала Детектив и политика и газеты Совершенно секретно для которой придумал название. Один из пионеров жанра журналистские расследования в советской периодике. Заслуженный деятель искусств РСФСР

    #Штирлиц #Семнадцать #мгновений #весны #Москва #Россия #писатель #сценарист #публицист #журналист #поэт #основатель #журнала #детектив #совершенно #секретно #жанра #искусств

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