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Sue T 

Occupation: Career development & transition, education. ACT (Acceptance and Commitment Therapy) practitioner. (www.traverselife.com.au Career development, effective workplace communication, bullying & the b)

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Andrij “Andrew” Harasewych473,839On 2012 November 13/14, a total eclipse of the Sun is visible from within a narrow corridor that traverses Earth's southern Hemisphere. The path of the Moon's umbral shadow begins in northern Australia and crosses the South Pacific Ocean with on other no landfall. The Moon's penumbral shadow produces a partial eclipse visible from a much larger region covering Australia, New Zealand, and the South Pacific. For those traveling to Australia for the eclipse, please note that the eclipse occurs on the morning of Nov. 14 local time. For more information, including specific timezones and best countries to view from see NASA's website here: http://eclipse.gsfc.nasa.gov/SEmono/TSE2012/TSE2012.html #sciencesunday    #solareclipse   #eclipse   #NASA   @109783903175191665261 Total Solar Eclipse2012-11-13 23:00:00133  

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2016-08-25 06:43:00 (15 comments; 2 reshares; 16 +1s; )Open 

Out of touch or deliberately obscuring reality? It's possible to find young people who have an entitled attitude, the same as it's possible to identify people in all other demographics as having a similar 'gimme' attitude. This includes the elderly, poor, employed, unemployed, the wealthy and politicians. Stop with the finger pointing. No one societal group has ownership of any attitude.

Now we've got that out of the way, let's take a close look at the groups who are sponging off our taxes, ie the taxes we, the citizens of Australia, pay. Who isn't carrying their weight? Which companies are on welfare? Which ones squeal long and loud when their "entitlements" are threatened? Which ones take to the murdoch supported msm to gripe about unfairness? It's not young people, or the elderly, or disabled or un or underemployed who are a burden on this country.... more »

Most reshares: 3

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2016-08-23 01:59:17 (0 comments; 3 reshares; 8 +1s; )Open 

How do you minimise on-line abuse? Start with the obvious - you need competent, well informed staff who are fully resourced to deal with the issue. This would include moderators as well as on the tech side.

"Depending on the size of the community, it requires people who have specifically been tasked with moderating a community, staying up to date on larger social and cultural issues that drive abuse, and learning from other communities about what threats they face. This of course has to be matched with the appropriate technological resources to build systems to protect and empower targets or potential targets."

I've certainly been put off participating in forums where comments aren't moderated and where there's an influx of people (or trolls) determined to prevent informed, civil discussion and who drown out everyone else.



via +Kimberly... more »

Most plusones: 16

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2016-08-25 06:43:00 (15 comments; 2 reshares; 16 +1s; )Open 

Out of touch or deliberately obscuring reality? It's possible to find young people who have an entitled attitude, the same as it's possible to identify people in all other demographics as having a similar 'gimme' attitude. This includes the elderly, poor, employed, unemployed, the wealthy and politicians. Stop with the finger pointing. No one societal group has ownership of any attitude.

Now we've got that out of the way, let's take a close look at the groups who are sponging off our taxes, ie the taxes we, the citizens of Australia, pay. Who isn't carrying their weight? Which companies are on welfare? Which ones squeal long and loud when their "entitlements" are threatened? Which ones take to the murdoch supported msm to gripe about unfairness? It's not young people, or the elderly, or disabled or un or underemployed who are a burden on this country.... more »

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2016-08-26 10:23:11 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 2 +1s; )Open 

#fdotm  

#fdotm  ___

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2016-08-26 09:33:04 (2 comments; 1 reshares; 5 +1s; )Open 

via +Admiral Lady Paula 

I'm sorry to hear that +Laston Kirkland has passed away a couple of weeks ago due to illness. With nearly 4000 posts in just over 5 years on G+ he always gave an entertaining and optimistic outlook on life. I feel honored to have had him circle me back when i finally discovered his frequent, short but witty, snip-bits of technological wonderment. He has left a fine legacy of future visions for his partner and children to enjoy for years to come, as well as for the rest of us to continue to savor. He will be missed.

Here he proudly holds a freshly printed copy of The Tomorrow Project Anthology. (see PDF, Ch. 5, "Mapping People" by L. Kirkland)

http://tomorrow-projects.com/2012/02/tomorrow-project-anthology/___via +Admiral Lady Paula 

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2016-08-26 08:58:55 (1 comments; 0 reshares; 7 +1s; )Open 

via +John Hardy not a Turnbull fan 

Māori Students perform the haka in front of the New Zealand Parliament for West Papua. The people of Aotearoa New Zealand are standing up for their neighbours in occupied West Papua!___via +John Hardy not a Turnbull fan 

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2016-08-26 08:54:06 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 3 +1s; )Open 

#motorcycle   #distinguishedgentlemansride   #prostatecancer   #menshealth  

#motorcycle   #distinguishedgentlemansride   #prostatecancer   #menshealth  ___

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2016-08-25 06:43:00 (15 comments; 2 reshares; 16 +1s; )Open 

Out of touch or deliberately obscuring reality? It's possible to find young people who have an entitled attitude, the same as it's possible to identify people in all other demographics as having a similar 'gimme' attitude. This includes the elderly, poor, employed, unemployed, the wealthy and politicians. Stop with the finger pointing. No one societal group has ownership of any attitude.

Now we've got that out of the way, let's take a close look at the groups who are sponging off our taxes, ie the taxes we, the citizens of Australia, pay. Who isn't carrying their weight? Which companies are on welfare? Which ones squeal long and loud when their "entitlements" are threatened? Which ones take to the murdoch supported msm to gripe about unfairness? It's not young people, or the elderly, or disabled or un or underemployed who are a burden on this country.... more »

Out of touch or deliberately obscuring reality? It's possible to find young people who have an entitled attitude, the same as it's possible to identify people in all other demographics as having a similar 'gimme' attitude. This includes the elderly, poor, employed, unemployed, the wealthy and politicians. Stop with the finger pointing. No one societal group has ownership of any attitude.

Now we've got that out of the way, let's take a close look at the groups who are sponging off our taxes, ie the taxes we, the citizens of Australia, pay. Who isn't carrying their weight? Which companies are on welfare? Which ones squeal long and loud when their "entitlements" are threatened? Which ones take to the murdoch supported msm to gripe about unfairness? It's not young people, or the elderly, or disabled or un or underemployed who are a burden on this country.

http://www.abc.net.au/news/2016-08-25/scott-morrison-bloomberg-address-gen-y-reliant-on-welfare/7783788

#liftersandleaners   #outoftouch   #obfuscation   #lnpfail   #again  ___

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2016-08-23 23:46:16 (1 comments; 0 reshares; 1 +1s; )Open 

David Yamada writes: "I’ve browsed through this issue, and it looks like a worthy purchase for those interested in how to deal with varieties of toxic co-workers at the ground level, particularly in professional office settings. It will be less useful for those seeking advice on how to transform or fix toxic workplaces. These pieces are not openly available online, so you’ll need to buy the issue if you want to read them."

#workplacebullying   #toxicworkplace  

David Yamada writes: "I’ve browsed through this issue, and it looks like a worthy purchase for those interested in how to deal with varieties of toxic co-workers at the ground level, particularly in professional office settings. It will be less useful for those seeking advice on how to transform or fix toxic workplaces. These pieces are not openly available online, so you’ll need to buy the issue if you want to read them."

#workplacebullying   #toxicworkplace  ___

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2016-08-23 11:14:51 (2 comments; 1 reshares; 12 +1s; )Open 

"Today marks the 50th anniversary of the Wave Hill walk-off, when 200 Aboriginal stockmen and their families walked off Wave Hill Station, 600 kilometres south of Darwin, demanding better working and living conditions."

#wavehill   #strike   #industrialrelations   #aboriginallives  

"Today marks the 50th anniversary of the Wave Hill walk-off, when 200 Aboriginal stockmen and their families walked off Wave Hill Station, 600 kilometres south of Darwin, demanding better working and living conditions."

#wavehill   #strike   #industrialrelations   #aboriginallives  ___

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2016-08-23 01:59:17 (0 comments; 3 reshares; 8 +1s; )Open 

How do you minimise on-line abuse? Start with the obvious - you need competent, well informed staff who are fully resourced to deal with the issue. This would include moderators as well as on the tech side.

"Depending on the size of the community, it requires people who have specifically been tasked with moderating a community, staying up to date on larger social and cultural issues that drive abuse, and learning from other communities about what threats they face. This of course has to be matched with the appropriate technological resources to build systems to protect and empower targets or potential targets."

I've certainly been put off participating in forums where comments aren't moderated and where there's an influx of people (or trolls) determined to prevent informed, civil discussion and who drown out everyone else.



via +Kimberly... more »

How do you minimise on-line abuse? Start with the obvious - you need competent, well informed staff who are fully resourced to deal with the issue. This would include moderators as well as on the tech side.

"Depending on the size of the community, it requires people who have specifically been tasked with moderating a community, staying up to date on larger social and cultural issues that drive abuse, and learning from other communities about what threats they face. This of course has to be matched with the appropriate technological resources to build systems to protect and empower targets or potential targets."

I've certainly been put off participating in forums where comments aren't moderated and where there's an influx of people (or trolls) determined to prevent informed, civil discussion and who drown out everyone else.



via +Kimberly Chapman ___

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2016-08-22 10:31:22 (4 comments; 0 reshares; 14 +1s; )Open 

On the massive failures of privatisation: "...the rhetoric that has dominated Australian public policy for the last 25 years embodies the presumption that privatisation is always and everywhere desirable. The many failures of privatisation have led most ordinary Australians to draw the opposite conclusion."
...
"The comprehensive failure of vocational education privatisation is now universally recognised."
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Bogus courses proliferated and aggressive marketers enrolled students who had little or no chance of completing their courses.
...
Yet despite all this, the push for privatisation has gone on. The Baird government is moving ahead with TAFE privatisation. Similar moves are happening in other states."

SMH

#privatisation   #failure  

On the massive failures of privatisation: "...the rhetoric that has dominated Australian public policy for the last 25 years embodies the presumption that privatisation is always and everywhere desirable. The many failures of privatisation have led most ordinary Australians to draw the opposite conclusion."
...
"The comprehensive failure of vocational education privatisation is now universally recognised."
...
Bogus courses proliferated and aggressive marketers enrolled students who had little or no chance of completing their courses.
...
Yet despite all this, the push for privatisation has gone on. The Baird government is moving ahead with TAFE privatisation. Similar moves are happening in other states."

SMH

#privatisation   #failure  ___

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2016-08-22 08:02:00 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 2 +1s; )Open 

Little Hats for Happiness is running again this year! Here's how it all started...
...and a link to more information. The auction will be held soon: http://www.torbandreiner.com/LittleHatProject/join-in-2014

#depression   #mentalhealth   #mentalhealthawareness   #millinery   #hats   #hatsforhappiness   #craft   #creativity  

Little Hats for Happiness is running again this year! Here's how it all started...
...and a link to more information. The auction will be held soon: http://www.torbandreiner.com/LittleHatProject/join-in-2014

#depression   #mentalhealth   #mentalhealthawareness   #millinery   #hats   #hatsforhappiness   #craft   #creativity  ___

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2016-08-21 08:45:03 (8 comments; 0 reshares; 14 +1s; )Open 

For both religious and non religious this is worth reading and pondering. What are the implications?

For both religious and non religious this is worth reading and pondering. What are the implications?___

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2016-08-20 10:07:23 (3 comments; 0 reshares; 8 +1s; )Open 

It seems that the saying "It's not over till the fat lady sings" is apt.

h/t +Jenny Winder 
#brexit  

We won't trigger Article 50 until after 2017 – and that means Brexit may never happen at all
As Sadiq Khan, a shrewd EU watcher, has noted, inserting a rushed UK withdrawal from Europe into a crucial election year in both France and Germany is not smart___It seems that the saying "It's not over till the fat lady sings" is apt.

h/t +Jenny Winder 
#brexit  

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2016-08-17 06:46:47 (2 comments; 0 reshares; 6 +1s; )Open 

Popcorn time?

#insults   #racialdiscrimination  

Popcorn time?

#insults   #racialdiscrimination  ___

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2016-08-17 00:32:46 (5 comments; 2 reshares; 9 +1s; )Open 

YUM :D

#beer   #history   #straya   #australia   #captaincook   #craftbrewing  

YUM :D

#beer   #history   #straya   #australia   #captaincook   #craftbrewing  ___

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2016-08-16 09:35:42 (2 comments; 0 reshares; 8 +1s; )Open 

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2016-08-16 07:49:43 (6 comments; 0 reshares; 7 +1s; )Open 

This could be a difficult, but important read. It's a free ebook, and encourages the conversation we need to have.

"As she was dying of cancer in 2015, 90-year-old Eileen Dawe kept a diary. Despite her clearly stated wish to die she was forced to endure 17 painful weeks until the disease finally took her. Hoping to hasten nature’s course, she began to starve herself to death. In her diary she wrote, ‘My country’s laws decree “Death by a thousand cuts for me”.’

Eileen’s is one of 72 testimonies in this book that describe with horrifying clarity the damage being done across Australia in the absence of a law for assisted dying. Written by sons, daughters, husbands, wives, partners, and friends, as well as the dying themselves, they detail trauma and suffering on a staggering scale.

The Damage Done is a collection of testimonies that describe the sufferingacross Austra... more »

This could be a difficult, but important read. It's a free ebook, and encourages the conversation we need to have.

"As she was dying of cancer in 2015, 90-year-old Eileen Dawe kept a diary. Despite her clearly stated wish to die she was forced to endure 17 painful weeks until the disease finally took her. Hoping to hasten nature’s course, she began to starve herself to death. In her diary she wrote, ‘My country’s laws decree “Death by a thousand cuts for me”.’

Eileen’s is one of 72 testimonies in this book that describe with horrifying clarity the damage being done across Australia in the absence of a law for assisted dying. Written by sons, daughters, husbands, wives, partners, and friends, as well as the dying themselves, they detail trauma and suffering on a staggering scale.

The Damage Done is a collection of testimonies that describe the suffering across Australia caused by the absence of a law for assisted dying.

With descriptions such as ‘akin to torture’ and ‘like a
horror movie’, what strikes you about these testimonies is the
repeated expressions from those left behind of shock, anger, and
helplessness, sometimes reaching back decades. Some describe
keeping grandchildren and children away from a cherished
parent, or aunt or grandfather, because the dying was so hideous,
so scarring.
Talking about death is hard enough. Talking about bad deaths
is even tougher. It takes courage. For many it means admitting to
the terrible sense that they’ve failed their loved ones."

Andrew Denton's address to the NPC is here: http://www.gogentleaustralia.org.au/transcript_andrew_denton_s_npc_address

#gogentle   #assisteddying   #andrewdenton  ___

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2016-08-09 22:41:41 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 3 +1s; )Open 

Looks familiar.

Looks familiar.___

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2016-08-09 09:49:05 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 5 +1s; )Open 

Jobs and growth in renewables in regional areas.

Pity the gumbyment chooses to ignore these opportunities.

Jobs and growth in renewables in regional areas.

Pity the gumbyment chooses to ignore these opportunities.___

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2016-08-09 08:48:29 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 3 +1s; )Open 

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2016-08-09 08:47:13 (1 comments; 0 reshares; 4 +1s; )Open 

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2016-08-09 05:55:13 (7 comments; 2 reshares; 6 +1s; )Open 

Happening on the Mornington Peninsula, Victoria, Australia. Relocation of colourful sponges from the old Blairgowrie pier to the new one.

Victorian National Parks Association:
"Victoria's diving community is launching what is believed to be the largest attempt to safely transplant an entire marine sponge community the world has ever seen.
Blairgowrie Pier is one of Melbourne's favourite dive sites and home to more than 300 square metres of colourful marine sponges.
"The walled section that protects Blairgowrie Pier from incoming waves is riddled with shipworm and has to be replaced to protect the marina," says Nicole Morton, a co-ordinator with the operation and co-owner of Dive2U, the driving force behind the project.
"Usually the huge vertical gardens of sponge life that blanket the underwater walls would end up at the tip along with the old... more »

Happening on the Mornington Peninsula, Victoria, Australia. Relocation of colourful sponges from the old Blairgowrie pier to the new one.

Victorian National Parks Association:
"Victoria's diving community is launching what is believed to be the largest attempt to safely transplant an entire marine sponge community the world has ever seen.
Blairgowrie Pier is one of Melbourne's favourite dive sites and home to more than 300 square metres of colourful marine sponges.
"The walled section that protects Blairgowrie Pier from incoming waves is riddled with shipworm and has to be replaced to protect the marina," says Nicole Morton, a co-ordinator with the operation and co-owner of Dive2U, the driving force behind the project.
"Usually the huge vertical gardens of sponge life that blanket the underwater walls would end up at the tip along with the old timber panels. This time volunteer divers will brave the chilly waters of Port Phillip Bay to scrape sponges and ascidians from the old section and carefully relocate them to a new section using Coral Glue."
The operation is planned for Saturday, 30 July (weather permitting) and will run over two months. It is a joint venture between Ægir Divers, the commercial team replacing the wall, and Blairgowrie Yacht Squadron.
World first
The Victorian National Parks Association's new ReefWatch co-ordinator, Kade Mills, will make sure divers armed with cameras fully monitor the operation.
"As far as we know moving an entire community of marine sponges at this scale has never been attempted anywhere else in the world," he says.
"If the operation is successful Victoria may be able to provide a template that can be used to save thousands of amazing dive sites around the world."
The photos and information gathered by these 'citizen scientists' will measure the success of the project and document the techniques used to transplant the sponges, and could be used to help save other unique marine communities in the bay when their homes need upgrading.

Those interested in assisting with relocation of sponges can find further information here: https://www.facebook.com/events/1153511208044268/

More about videographer, Marty O'Brien, here: http://lumixstories.ca/portfolio/marty-obrien/

and here: http://www.oldpalproductions.com/about.html

Article from here:
http://vnpa.org.au/page/publications/nature-news-hub/blairgowrie-pier-site-of-world%E2%80%99s-largest-marine-sponge-transplant-ever-attempted

#citizenscience   #marinescience   #victoria   #portphillipbay   #sponges   #sealife   #seahorses   #diving  ___

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2016-08-09 02:26:10 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 4 +1s; )Open 

Closing down of recycling centres is "terrible news for the environment,” and has implications for those who use the cash.

California's "overall recycling rate fell below 50% in 2015 for the first time since 2010, a setback that Californians Against Waste links in part to the loss of recycling centers."

#recycling   #subsistenceliving  

Closing down of recycling centres is "terrible news for the environment,” and has implications for those who use the cash.

California's "overall recycling rate fell below 50% in 2015 for the first time since 2010, a setback that Californians Against Waste links in part to the loss of recycling centers."

#recycling   #subsistenceliving  ___

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2016-08-08 22:53:33 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 5 +1s; )Open 

Oh hell. An error. Stress city and avoidance - if I ignore it, it'll go away ... Right?
No luck. Still there after a week :(
Plucked up the courage to tackle it this morning. I thought I'd need to use the hook, but ripped out just the few partial rows back to the problematic stitches and re knitted with dpn's - happy dance time 💃🏼

#knitting 

Oh hell. An error. Stress city and avoidance - if I ignore it, it'll go away ... Right?
No luck. Still there after a week :(
Plucked up the courage to tackle it this morning. I thought I'd need to use the hook, but ripped out just the few partial rows back to the problematic stitches and re knitted with dpn's - happy dance time 💃🏼

#knitting ___

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2016-08-08 10:52:53 (4 comments; 0 reshares; 10 +1s; )Open 

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2016-08-08 10:49:32 (4 comments; 0 reshares; 7 +1s; )Open 

How the hell did they get planning approval for this? Though I guess it's similar to ancient aboriginal artwork being obliterated by mining companies. :(

Bad luck is sure to befall a US company if it builds a new factory over a fairyfort in Ireland, warns a traditional Irish lore-keeper. The expert on ancient Celtic culture says, “It’s not a matter of if it will close but when it will close.”
#irish #fort #curse___How the hell did they get planning approval for this? Though I guess it's similar to ancient aboriginal artwork being obliterated by mining companies. :(

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2016-08-08 10:41:56 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 7 +1s; )Open 

What's wrong with Trump?

More and more people are wondering.  Here's an insightful analysis from a psychiatric social worker.  Please reshare.  It's not light reading, but we need to understand what we're dealing with here.

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The Billionaire's Baffling Behavior Explained

Recently, Mr. Trump's words and actions in various situations have become headline news. Suddenly, many people are alarmed and are questioning temperament, his emotional stability. Dementia? Campaign tactics?

No, it's not an illness that can be treated so he can return to his usual state of health. It's not like when a car's brakes don't work and the mechanic fixes them. It's more like the car came off the assembly line without them.

It's a structural problem.

We're witnessingte... more »

What's wrong with Trump?

More and more people are wondering.  Here's an insightful analysis from a psychiatric social worker.  Please reshare.  It's not light reading, but we need to understand what we're dealing with here.

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The Billionaire's Baffling Behavior Explained

Recently, Mr. Trump's words and actions in various situations have become headline news. Suddenly, many people are alarmed and are questioning temperament, his emotional stability. Dementia? Campaign tactics?

No, it's not an illness that can be treated so he can return to his usual state of health. It's not like when a car's brakes don't work and the mechanic fixes them. It's more like the car came off the assembly line without them.

It's a structural problem.

We're witnessing textbook Cluster B Personality Disorders come to life, revealing his intra-psychic structure, particular lens on reality and associated defense mechanisms.

Clinically, it's fascinating.

Politically, it's frightening.

This is who Trump is, how he sees the world and others in it and how he will continue to function. At 68, without acknowledging any internal difficulties and/or any desire to change them, this is how he will continue forever. Introspection and self-analysis are rarely typical of personality disordered individuals. These behaviors are no surprise; in fact they're utterly predictable.

Before I continue though, let me head off some opposition.

YES, everyone has some level of narcissism; a certain amount is actually healthy. It allows one to advocate for oneself, not be taken advantage of and, based on a reasonable assessment of one's strengths, take risks to apply those abilities to start a new business, try out for a minor league MLB slot or take a step up the occupational ladder, for instance. Politicians, ALL of them, have more than the average person, required to withstand the vagaries of our current election process.

But, "healthy narcissism " differs from Trump's version. His is "grandiosity ", a rigidly held, yet fragile exaggerated sense of self-importance where one is special, unique, superior to others, often without the associated level of grand accomplishment.

"Healthy narcissism " is reasonable self-confidence when an accomplished person says "I have some good ideas that could help solve this problem."

In contrast, you see Trump's "grandiosity " in the statement "I alone can fix it."

How grandiose to believe one can run for the highest political office in the land without a day of previous experience or even a modicum of interest in geo-political issues. Trump's grandiosity led him to waltz into the casino & "education" businesses with no prior experience and look at the results. Anyway, back to psychology:

A personality disorder is essentially a developmental arrest, a mosaic of maladaptive personality traits which create a distorted lens through which one views self and others and influences one's interactions. We all have these aspects to our personalities, but with PD's [personality disorders], it's a matter of greater frequency and degree. Certain psychic defense mechanisms are correlated with specific phases of development in more or less chronological order. They basically function to help the person moderate internal needs and desires to the demands of reality. When those are at odds, defenses are meant to help protect the core "self" from the resultant anxiety. When lower level, more primitive defense mechanisms are the characteristic mode of behavior one relies on, it moves into the personality disorder category.

Underlying all PDs, no matter the external "flavor", is the failure to have reached the psychic developmental level where disparate, opposing aspects of self and other are able to be mentally integrated into a cohesive whole. This underlies one of the most important associated defense mechanisms, that of "splitting ", which becomes the filter through which self, others & events are perceived.

In splitting, discrepant aspects of an image or object cannot be held in consciousness at the same time. Everything's either "all bad" or "all good" but never both together at the same time. Look at Trump's constant usage of these superlatives when describing others. No integrated "sometimes he's ok, sometimes not." If you listen carefully, you won't hear this type of response unless the wording has been previously crafted by another in a speech or statement. No supportive factual content, just one sided emotional reactivity. Never an explanation why a person is "horrible, the worst" or "very good guy, great person", just the judgemental superlatives.

This non-integration usually goes hand in hand with "projection" and "projective identification " (it's complicated.) It's much simpler to categorize others that way and initially, it wards off anxiety associated with cognitive dissonance,but it prevents the assimilation of all information. Without all the discrepant data about self or other though, invariably the "unexpected " will appear, for which one is unprepared, then: anxiety! This leads to that chronic hyper-vigilance often seen with PDs. The fear provoked by this amorphous unknown is then "projected" onto an object, which becomes a concrete target.

Negative aspects of the self cannot be integrated into a positive self-image (i.e. criticism like "ignorant " or "arrogant ") so are often projected onto another and then denigrated. The most recent example of projective identification is that for the past week, people have been questioning Trump's mental stability. Yesterday, he called Hillary Clinton "unstable" and "unhinged ", the same words recently used to describe him. No example to support the claim... I imagine he was vaguely instructed to criticize Hillary without specific guidance. Although there is more than enough ammunition, his obsession with "self" and "image" is apparent in his choice of off the mark insults.

Back to splitting:

Because self and others aren't seen in their full conflicting, complex reality, PDs hold mental representations akin to superficial caricatures. They tend to disregard the thoughts and feelings of others and fail to consider the consequences of their own actions on others because their mental representations of others just aren't imbued with these qualities. The self focus of NPDs is so constant and obsessive, there's no room or concern for consideration of others. In other words, others just don't matter. This behavior is what some happily, but mistakenly announce is his not caring about being "politically correct". Actually, it's really a symptom of his disturbance.

Splitting is also the explanation behind what are his constant examples of contradictory statements about a multitude of subjects over time. It differs qualitatively from "lying" per se, although I'm sure he does that too.

Lying is an intentional deceptive act often associated with some secondary gain, such as avoidance of consequences. The person is fully aware that what they are saying differs from the actual facts. In splitting, the contradictory concepts cannot mentally coexist at the same time. Trump believes what he says when he it. Because his mental state may differ today from two weeks ago, his view point on the same subject will vacillate too. Contradictions for most cause conflict but his psychic makeup disavows discrepancy before it gets to that point. But remember, this is an unconscious process... it just doesn't go in, it remains foreign, it's not "owned" and explained (in spite of video). Contradictory statements will, at best, be minimally acknowledged in terms that they've occurred, but disregarded as unimportant, shrugged off because they no longer connect on an intra-psychic level. He's almost surprised that these discrepancies are attributed to him all. Thus, they cause no anxiety.

I truly pity his team of campaign strategists having to negotiate this mine field. PDs are notorious for leaving chaos and distress in their wake while they go happily along without any care in the world.

PD's are a product of both nature and nurture. As one goes through maturational phases, the demands of reality increase and through experiencing the invariable failures, frustrations and disappointments, more evolved mechanisms like "repression " or "rationalization " ideally develop and replace the more inadequate primitive ones. For most people, but not all.

We are seeing Mr. Trump struggle to use his inadequate set of rigid, primitive defense mechanisms to manage real world demands, apparently for the FIRST TIME.

The very rich really ARE different.

If you recall, while Donald was growing up, his father Fred was one of the richest men in the world.

The very wealthy have the resources to create a universe which, while protective, also serves to reinforce any dysfunction. Critics or nay-sayers are removed from their orbit, replaced with loyalists who rationalize or ignore the dysfunction. Often in the presence of celebrity or great wealth, otherwise intelligent reasonable people become fawning syncophants.

Trump never had to follow any rules; they didn't apply to him. Punch a teacher? Simple fix: change schools. Potential draft material? Find a doctor to submit a medical deferment (bone spurs in the foot prevent military service but don't prevent playing baseball?). He went into the family business so never had a critical boss. Keep digging and you find his claims of great ability exaggerated or actually non-existent; doesn't matter that the narrative is false as long as it reinforces the self-image.

Anyway, back to the present:

The goal with an NPD [narcissistic personality disorder] person is to protect & reinforce the simultaneously fragile & grandiose core. It's almost as if without the constant attention, it's feared that the self may disintegrate. Because the self-image is so tenuous, they need inordinate amounts of external approval & rely on a defense called "mirroring"... You're great because you think I'm great, etc.... He gets this at his rallies with core supporters. This inordinate need for excessive approval may also underlie his reluctance to disavow questionable supporters, like David Duke.

With criticism, an ego this brittle experiences it as an impending attack which threatens the very existence of the core self and triggers what's called "narcissistic rage" followed often by a reflexive aggressive response.

He calls it "counter-punching" but it's truly acting out in response to the rage.

This has always been his response.

Within the security of Trump World, no one criticized this behavior before, ever. In one video of him, he seems truly baffled that anyone would view him differently than he views himself. He says "Even if you don't like me, you have to vote for me. You have to."

He's had no prior experience with this type of ego threat from long-term microscopic scrutiny. Previously, it's been intermittent or his public presentation has been structured to coincide with his inflated self-image, such as his reality show.

Someone with such a fragile self-image will take the bait constantly , whether it's from a Gold Star American family or another world leader.

He cannot help himself. It's ego life or death.

Splitting also explains his lack of coherent political philosophy; issues are presented piecemeal, disconnected from other. If some of the data is conflictual it can't exist in the consciousness, so no possible way to create a grand plan based on a cohesive frame of reference. Just not possible. It also explains the apparent self-defeating behavior toward prominent Republicans. Each slight is responded to in isolation without any comprehension how one spat, like with McCain or Ryan, affect his relationship to the whole group.

No, he isn't "calculating" and "crazy like a fox", although he may be decompensating under stress.

He may not become truly psychotic in the classic Axis I sense of the definition; however, there seems to be more paranoia emerging as he hasn't developed psychic resources capable of effectively warding off the disequilibrium brought on by the onslaught of scrutiny and criticism. Recently he's said the current administration has allowed "thousands upon thousands " of terrorists into the country, fears the election will be "rigged" without ANY factual basis for support.

This kind of thinking will probably remit when there's less pressure, but it will resurface anytime stress intensifies.

It is no surprise that his children function better than he; for much of their lives they were raised in separate home environments by his ex-wives. Both divorce settlements were accompanied by "non-disclosure agreements", aka "gag orders".

Trump's "missteps", "misstatements" and "walk backs" which characterize his campaign are not due to his "rookie" politician status. They are a true reflection of how he functions.

And the "he tells it like it is" assertion? That actually used to be a euphemism meaning "truthful ". He tells you what he's thinking at the moment but it doesn't mean it has any connection to reality or fact.

Please stop "Waiting for him to change". He cannot. (There's no Easter Bunny either, by the way.)

Just admit you were star-struck, misled by his grandiosity or made incorrect assumptions about his business acumen based on 24k gold bathroom fixtures and call it a day.

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This is from here:

https://www.yabberz.com/post/the-billionaires-baffling-behavior-explained/86689585/

I thank +Boris Borcic for pointing it out.___

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2016-08-08 02:06:18 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 4 +1s; )Open 

Re-sharing this again, sometimes you just need a bit of escapism! The photography, music and scenery are incredible - as for the bike riding skills .... wow!

The "making of" clips are unbelievable and well worth watching too.

Thanks +John Baez 

#isleofskye   #mountainbiking  

Mountain biking is fun, but this is ridiculous!

This is Danny Macaskill on the Inaccessible Pinnacle on the Isle of Skye.

He is a great mountain biker,  but he had to carry the bike up the last part of this scary peak.

The Isle of Skye is an island off the west coast of Scotland.   It's the largest of the Inner Hebrides, and the most northerly of the large islands in this group.    In the center of this island is a mountain range called the Cuillins, and the Inaccessible Pinnacle sits among these.

Skye has been occupied since Mesolithic times, and it appears in Norse poetry, for example in this romantic line:

"The hunger battle-birds were filled in Skye with blood of foemen killed."

Almost a third of the inhabitants still speak Gaelic, and apart from a few bigger towns, the population lives in crofting townships scattered around the coastline.  "Crofting"?  Yeah, a croft is a small farm with a wall around it.  

The only distillery on the Isle of Skye is the Talisker Distillery, which makes a rather famous single malt Scotch whisky.  It's in a village on the south shore.

I've always been fascinated by the Inner Hebrides and the even more exotic-sounding Outer Hebrides.  I'm annoyed at how all my visits to the British Isles have only taken me to the lofty centers of academe, not islands like this.  I don't know much about them, but anything that remote appeals to me: inaccessible pinnacles, inaccessible cardinals, the Taklamakan desert, the underground oceans of Europa....

You can see Danny Macaskill's whole journey along the Cuillin Ridgeline here:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xQ_IQS3VKjA

Pretty impressive!  Beautiful scenery, too!___Re-sharing this again, sometimes you just need a bit of escapism! The photography, music and scenery are incredible - as for the bike riding skills .... wow!

The "making of" clips are unbelievable and well worth watching too.

Thanks +John Baez 

#isleofskye   #mountainbiking  

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2016-08-07 11:40:42 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 7 +1s; )Open 

The story behind this excellent meme. I first saw it related to learning difficulties and wording along the lines of equal access isn't the same as equal opportunity .

via +Katherine Phelps 

Brilliant! I remember being amongst those passing this meme around.___The story behind this excellent meme. I first saw it related to learning difficulties and wording along the lines of equal access isn't the same as equal opportunity .

via +Katherine Phelps 

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2016-08-06 05:15:10 (1 comments; 0 reshares; 6 +1s; )Open 

It's great to see a successful case brought by the Fair Work Ombudsman against these cafe owners who deliberately chose to underpay employees.

"The owners of a southside Brisbane restaurant have been fined nearly $200,000 for deliberately exploiting vulnerable overseas workers through underpayments."

#fairwork   #internationalstudents   #underpayment   #exploitation   #foreignworkers  

It's great to see a successful case brought by the Fair Work Ombudsman against these cafe owners who deliberately chose to underpay employees.

"The owners of a southside Brisbane restaurant have been fined nearly $200,000 for deliberately exploiting vulnerable overseas workers through underpayments."

#fairwork   #internationalstudents   #underpayment   #exploitation   #foreignworkers  ___

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2016-08-05 08:39:18 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 1 +1s; )Open 

An interesting article on eating meat.
If you eat meat, eat less, add more vegetables, grains and pulses and know where it all comes from - including those exotic grains!

#meat  

An interesting article on eating meat.
If you eat meat, eat less, add more vegetables, grains and pulses and know where it all comes from - including those exotic grains!

#meat  ___

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2016-08-04 05:45:25 (5 comments; 0 reshares; 6 +1s; )Open 

A good article on the increasing casualisation of work and the detrimental impact on the individual and organisations. Those impacted will fully understand that there's nothing glamorous about short term contracts and having to continually craft lengthy applications, address specific selection criteria for different roles, cope with knock-backs and attend interviews, (and all too often receive no information about whether you were successful or not) all while focusing on the current role.


#jobsearch   #casualisedwork  

A good article on the increasing casualisation of work and the detrimental impact on the individual and organisations. Those impacted will fully understand that there's nothing glamorous about short term contracts and having to continually craft lengthy applications, address specific selection criteria for different roles, cope with knock-backs and attend interviews, (and all too often receive no information about whether you were successful or not) all while focusing on the current role.


#jobsearch   #casualisedwork  ___

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2016-08-02 11:02:25 (3 comments; 0 reshares; 5 +1s; )Open 

Not sure I have the required skills, but others might!

#citizenscience  
via +Tom Croft 

having fun testing my id and spotting skills on this. 150 down, nearly a million to go.....___Not sure I have the required skills, but others might!

#citizenscience  
via +Tom Croft 

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2016-08-02 07:13:50 (3 comments; 0 reshares; 3 +1s; )Open 

" Royal commissions and inquiries are just a start and do not necessarily prompt reform. It beggars belief that the measured and evidence-based reports by so many experts have been ignored by governments .

25 years ago another royal commission made over 300 recommendations to combat Aboriginal deaths in custody. Most have not been implemented. Today, Australia warehouses double the number of Indigenous people in detention and about 95% of juvenile detainees in the Northern Territory are Indigenous.
In August 2015, the report by the Northern Territory’s children’s commissioner failed to “pique” the interest of politicians to end the abuse at Don Dale.
This followed the January 2015 report into the NT’s youth detention system that considered allegations of mistreatment at Don Dale.
Also in 2015, the manager of the Northern Australian Aboriginal Justice Agency,Jared Sha... more »

" Royal commissions and inquiries are just a start and do not necessarily prompt reform. It beggars belief that the measured and evidence-based reports by so many experts have been ignored by governments .

25 years ago another royal commission made over 300 recommendations to combat Aboriginal deaths in custody. Most have not been implemented. Today, Australia warehouses double the number of Indigenous people in detention and about 95% of juvenile detainees in the Northern Territory are Indigenous.
In August 2015, the report by the Northern Territory’s children’s commissioner failed to “pique” the interest of politicians to end the abuse at Don Dale.
This followed the January 2015 report into the NT’s youth detention system that considered allegations of mistreatment at Don Dale.
Also in 2015, the manager of the Northern Australian Aboriginal Justice Agency, Jared Sharp, said young people were being “caged up like animals”.
Pat Anderson’s the “Little Children are Sacred” report also drew attention to poor detention conditions for children.
In May 2016, the commonwealth children’s commissioner, Megan Mitchell, visited Don Dale and voiced her concerns about unacceptable conditions,
Despite the failure of governments to respond to consistent reports of poor conditions and cruel treatment of children in detention, maybe this time will be different ."

#gilliantriggs   #blacklivesmatter  ___

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2016-08-01 10:44:19 (3 comments; 2 reshares; 9 +1s; )Open 

To read later.

But all the LNP Politicians say that Market Competition will bring down prices so this man must be an Idiot?!?!

#auspol #lnplies #lnpfail #lnpnazi #icac

http://www.afr.com/news/economy/acccs-rod-sims-exasparated-as-privatisations-increase-prices-20160726-gqdyjv___To read later.

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2016-07-31 11:05:30 (8 comments; 0 reshares; 5 +1s; )Open 

Amazing photo in the link of intense storm activity ... the sort of thing you don't really want to see increasing in intensity and frequency. Not good timing for the lnp to cut funding for climate science at the CSIRO.

Amazing photo in the link of intense storm activity ... the sort of thing you don't really want to see increasing in intensity and frequency. Not good timing for the lnp to cut funding for climate science at the CSIRO.___

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2016-07-31 09:42:29 (2 comments; 0 reshares; 4 +1s; )Open 

to read later

So the coalition of minor parties will have 76 seats, the smallest possible margin. Now for the court challenges, followed by the "electronic voting" bleating.___to read later

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2016-07-31 09:42:18 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 4 +1s; )Open 

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This guy is awesome! Shows you what you can do!___to read later

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2016-07-29 05:18:40 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 9 +1s; )Open 

The training to become part of the elite group of drop bears is happening in a closely guarded secret location. Not many people are aware of the intensity of the training as few no volunteers survive to share their harrowing tales.

Thanks +Kam-Yung Soh 
#koalas   #dropbears  

Nice. But no news yet on training them to become drop bears...};-) "Researchers from Griffith University in Queensland have been monitoring 130 new marsupial safety crossings (like retrofitted water culverts or bridge underpasses) and found that koalas have been surprisingly fast in learning how to use them.

“We expected (the koalas) to take a while to get used to them,” Griffith University’s Professor Darryl Jones told ABC Science.

“To our great surprise, they were using them three weeks into it. Can you teach koalas new tricks? You can, that’s the point.”

It is hoped that koalas using these passages will help to arrest the 80 per cent decline in the koala population in Queensland’s Redland and nearby ‘koala coast.’"___The training to become part of the elite group of drop bears is happening in a closely guarded secret location. Not many people are aware of the intensity of the training as few no volunteers survive to share their harrowing tales.

Thanks +Kam-Yung Soh 
#koalas   #dropbears  

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2016-07-28 23:12:22 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 3 +1s; )Open 

The strengths and advantages of dyslexic team members.

Dyslexia can be extremely challenging to live with, not only for the person, but their family and co-workers. But they can have incredible problem solving skills, think outside the standard ways of doing things and find amazingly effective short cuts. Dyslexia does NOT equate to being lazy, slow, sloppy, a dunce or any other value laden judgements on intelligence. It's perfectly possible to have an extremely high IQ and to use that effectively as well as being dyslexic.

Dyslexia can be a challenge, but it's worth working together to find ways to support, include and extend the person.

#dyslexia  

The strengths and advantages of dyslexic team members.

Dyslexia can be extremely challenging to live with, not only for the person, but their family and co-workers. But they can have incredible problem solving skills, think outside the standard ways of doing things and find amazingly effective short cuts. Dyslexia does NOT equate to being lazy, slow, sloppy, a dunce or any other value laden judgements on intelligence. It's perfectly possible to have an extremely high IQ and to use that effectively as well as being dyslexic.

Dyslexia can be a challenge, but it's worth working together to find ways to support, include and extend the person.

#dyslexia  ___

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2016-07-24 10:02:20 (2 comments; 0 reshares; 2 +1s; )Open 

Good article about #rogaining  - I used to do it years ago - it's great, not only for navigating using map and compass in the bush, but excellent for gaining confidence walking at night by moonlight. That confidence spills over into other areas - I couldn't recommend it highly enough for families, couples or groups whether you're highly competitive or not. Once you're got your night eyes in it's amazing how many features it's possible to see comfortably.

Good article about #rogaining  - I used to do it years ago - it's great, not only for navigating using map and compass in the bush, but excellent for gaining confidence walking at night by moonlight. That confidence spills over into other areas - I couldn't recommend it highly enough for families, couples or groups whether you're highly competitive or not. Once you're got your night eyes in it's amazing how many features it's possible to see comfortably.___

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2016-07-22 08:34:39 (4 comments; 0 reshares; 3 +1s; )Open 

On dodgy stats. Should number abuse be a criminal offence?

"We deserve to have statistical evidence presented in a fair and balanced way, and it’s only by public scrutiny and exposure that anything will ever change."

#bias   #lies   #dodgynumbers   #statistics  

On dodgy stats. Should number abuse be a criminal offence?

"We deserve to have statistical evidence presented in a fair and balanced way, and it’s only by public scrutiny and exposure that anything will ever change."

#bias   #lies   #dodgynumbers   #statistics  ___

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2016-07-21 22:55:27 (3 comments; 0 reshares; 1 +1s; )Open 

Cuttlefish. Awesome even if they're not fish ....
thanks +Ken Walker 

#truefacts   #cuttlefish  

".........The cuttlefish brain is bigger than its entire body, ....including it's brain. "___Cuttlefish. Awesome even if they're not fish ....
thanks +Ken Walker 

#truefacts   #cuttlefish  

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2016-07-21 04:11:34 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 3 +1s; )Open 

On workplace bullying - the situations which may be resolvable and those which are unlikely to improve.

#workplacebullying  

On workplace bullying - the situations which may be resolvable and those which are unlikely to improve.

#workplacebullying  ___

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2016-07-20 02:10:03 (0 comments; 1 reshares; 6 +1s; )Open 

Worth reading - the benefits of being polite.

#civility   #courtesy   #politeness  
via Adam Hills on FB

Worth reading - the benefits of being polite.

#civility   #courtesy   #politeness  
via Adam Hills on FB___

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2016-07-19 06:37:58 (0 comments; 1 reshares; 3 +1s; )Open 

Help create wetland habitat! Less than five kilometres from Geelong lies an internationally significant wetland!

"Every year, thousands of birds flock to the former Moolap Salt Works site, home to long-distance migrants such as the Critically Endangered Curlew Sandpiper (featured) and Endangered Red Knot, along with well-loved Aussie species such as the Red-capped Plover and Blue-winged Parrot.

This unlikely biodiversity hotspot has become an important urban refuge for some of Australia’s most threatened birds, including our migratory shorebirds. These ‘creatures of habit’ return to the same site each year and cannot easily find a new home if this site is lost.

An opportunity to create Victoria’s first International Bird Sanctuary

The State Government is currently considering future land-uses for the former saltworks site at Moolap. This presents anexcitin... more »

Help create wetland habitat! Less than five kilometres from Geelong lies an internationally significant wetland!

"Every year, thousands of birds flock to the former Moolap Salt Works site, home to long-distance migrants such as the Critically Endangered Curlew Sandpiper (featured) and Endangered Red Knot, along with well-loved Aussie species such as the Red-capped Plover and Blue-winged Parrot.

This unlikely biodiversity hotspot has become an important urban refuge for some of Australia’s most threatened birds, including our migratory shorebirds. These ‘creatures of habit’ return to the same site each year and cannot easily find a new home if this site is lost.

An opportunity to create Victoria’s first International Bird Sanctuary

The State Government is currently considering future land-uses for the former saltworks site at Moolap. This presents an exciting opportunity for Geelong to become home to Victoria’s first International Bird Sanctuary similar to that declared in Adelaide in 2014."

Discussion paper and ability to contribute to its development in the link. Get your feedback in before Friday July 29 .

#wetlands   #birdhabitat   #birdlife   #birds  ___

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2016-07-19 05:15:42 (2 comments; 1 reshares; 2 +1s; )Open 

Meditation for the totally talentless! No need to tie yourself up like a pretzel, chant or spend hours feeling like a failure. A 3 minute video. Worth watching ... pause, focus, breathe .

#meditation   #mindfulness  

Meditation for the totally talentless! No need to tie yourself up like a pretzel, chant or spend hours feeling like a failure. A 3 minute video. Worth watching ... pause, focus, breathe .

#meditation   #mindfulness  ___

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2016-07-19 04:52:38 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 8 +1s; )Open 

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2016-07-19 04:38:31 (1 comments; 1 reshares; 8 +1s; )Open 

An explanation of SA electricity pricing and the role of big business:

"South Australians deserve a sensible discussion of these issues, but instead they’ve had nothing but hysteria blaming these problems on their nation-leading wind industry. So let’s have a look at what is actually happening in the SA electricity market.

Neither the Treasurer, Arrium, nor anyone else has bothered to explain to SA taxpayers why Pelican Point wasn’t fully operating in the first place, since it is the most efficient, lowest emission thermal generator in Australia. It has been on go-slow for several years because it couldn’t compete with low electricity prices and had “reputedly” sold its gas off to the export market.

Pelican Point’s owners were able to sell their gas to the export market because several gas companies, including Santos, have built gas export facilitiesin Queensland... more »

An explanation of SA electricity pricing and the role of big business:

"South Australians deserve a sensible discussion of these issues, but instead they’ve had nothing but hysteria blaming these problems on their nation-leading wind industry. So let’s have a look at what is actually happening in the SA electricity market.

Neither the Treasurer, Arrium, nor anyone else has bothered to explain to SA taxpayers why Pelican Point wasn’t fully operating in the first place, since it is the most efficient, lowest emission thermal generator in Australia. It has been on go-slow for several years because it couldn’t compete with low electricity prices and had “reputedly” sold its gas off to the export market.

Pelican Point’s owners were able to sell their gas to the export market because several gas companies, including Santos, have built gas export facilities in Queensland that link Australia’s eastern gas market to higher-priced Asian markets, with the first exports in 2014 .

The link to the export market is one of the main causes of higher gas prices and Pelican Point’s go-slow. Santos knows this. In fact they claimed that they weren’t too worried about profitability of their export terminal, because they really wanted to use it to increase domestic gas prices all along .

#electricitypricing   #renewableenergy   #windenergy   #sa  ___

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