Cyborg | Designer-Babies | Futurism | Futurist | Immortality | Longevity | Nanotechnology | Post-Human | Singularity | Transhuman

The spectacular beaches of Antigua (Caribbean)
PLEASE SUBSCRIBE! Allow me to show you Antigua's most beautiful ad most spectacular beaches. If you want to see more beaches from this beautiful country, search youtube under 'vstefanu antigua.

By: Vic Stefanu

Read this article:
The spectacular beaches of Antigua (Caribbean) – Video

dirty beaches – coast to coast
April 24, 2011 at the holocene, portland.

By: Jannik Samuelsson

Read more:
dirty beaches – coast to coast – Video

Oct 302014

Beaches Party
went to a party on the beaches and let me tell you boys things went downhill from there.

By: Ben Hunter

Read the rest here:
Beaches Party – Video

If It's The Beaches (The Avett Brothers cover)
If It's The Beaches from “The Second Gleam” Please listen, like, comment, and subscribe! Thank you (:

By: Brandon Thomas

Original post:
If It’s The Beaches (The Avett Brothers cover) – Video

Accommodation | +64 368 6766 | Levin Manawatu, Horowhenua | 5510 | beaches
Experience Kiwi heartland hospitality on the Nature Coast – a place to stop, relax and take your time. Chris Barbara invite you to unwind at …

By: Chris Lloyd

Originally posted here:
Accommodation | +64 368 6766 | Levin Manawatu, Horowhenua | 5510 | beaches – Video

Oct 292014

California Beaches!
so I didn't die.

By: Miss Aotearoa

California Beaches! – Video

Water Sports at Beaches Turks Caicos
Learn more about Water Sports at Beaches Turks Caicos (snorkeling, sailing, swimming)

By: Fadra Nally

Read more from the original source:
Water Sports at Beaches Turks & Caicos – Video

Oct 292014

Photo by Tonje Thilesen

Alex Zhang Hungtai has announced the end of his Dirty Beaches project. In a series of Tweets, he explained that he plans to keep making music, but under a different name:

Hi guys thank you all for the support of STATELESS, its sad to say goodbye to DB, but rest assured NEW PROJECTS NEW MUSIC COMING SOON 2015

this may not be a smart move & painful1 too, but in the long run I’ll look back& be glad I moved on from Dirty Beaches. Thank you all x


Time to move on.

Hungtai will release his final album as Dirty Beaches, the instrumental collectionStateless, on November 4. You can listen to it here, via Pitchfork Advance. A statement he wrote about the album included the line “Nothing is forever.”

Read our interview with Hungtai from last year.

Watch Dirty Beaches perform “A Hundred Highways” at Pitchfork Music Festival:

See the original post:
Dirty Beaches Calls It Quits

Photo via: Cody Hicks

Released in 2011, Badlandscatapulted Alex Zhang Hungtai’s moody home recordings as Dirty Beaches onto world tours and festival stages. The record wasan organizational and stylistic leap; loops of earth-rending guitar noise t-boning pop samples with the vinyl scratches left on, and asui generisatmosphere that always seemed to defer to something truerather than the character Hungtai had created.

This reality, elicited by the charged music, could have beenboth acomplex set of feelings or a set of images (hence all those cinematic comparisons). Everyone loves a sequel, and 2013′s double albumDrifters/Love Is The Devildidn’t shortchange anyone who appreciated Zhang Hungtaifor his Tarantino levels (had to do it one time) of accoutrement, or the smouldering passionfrom which everything flowed.

Today, Alex Zhang Hungtaiannouncedthathis new album, Stateless, will be his last as Dirty Beaches. But if you’relamenting the loss of a project that still seemed to have so much potential, Dirty Beaches didn’t just arrive fully formed at Badlands.Before all that, hedevelopedhis lo-fi experiments in Montreal at a prolific rate. His back catalogue contains both sketches of hissound to come and tangents that stand alone as great compositions in their own regard.

Hisdiscography is well worth probing further, so we’ve collected some great lesser-known Dirty Beaches Bandcamp gems below.

Discuss this on Facebook and Twitter

Read the rest here:
5 Hidden Gems from Dirty Beaches Deep Back Catalogue

Video will begin in 5 seconds.

Healthscope Limited (ASX:HSO) is selected as the preferred bidder for the new Northern Beaches Hospital in Sydney.

Healthscope chief executive Robert Cooke says the chance to build and manage a new $600 million hospital for the NSW government will showcase the company’s ability to handle such arrangements as states increasingly turn to private operators to share the burden of public healthcare.

The company, which rejoined the market in a $3.6 billion listing in July, was named on Wednesday as the preferred bidder for Sydney’s Northern Beaches Hospital project, beating shortlisted rival Ramsay Health Care.

The 488-bed hospital in Frenchs Forest will treat privately insured and public patients. Healthscope and the government are expected to finalise a contract before the end of the year, ahead of construction starting next year. The hospital is slated to open in 2018.

Hoping to finalise the contract in coming months: Healthscope chief executive Robert Cooke. Photo: Luis Ascui

NSW Premier Mike Baird said the total cost for the project would be $1 billion, with $400 million of that dedicated to road upgrades in the area.


Mr Cooke said the contract was “an opportunity for us to showcase our key performance indicators and most importantly clinical quality standards”.

“This is the first [public private partnership] opportunity that has come up for many years and we believe that the many benefits in this model will see further projects along this line in Australia in the coming years,” he said.

Read the rest here:
Healthscope preferred bidder for Northern Beaches hospital

Mangalore, Oct 28:

Five beaches along the coastline of Dakshina Kannada district will be developed with necessary infrastructure by March 2015.

AB Ibrahim, Deputy Commissioner of the district, said this on Tuesday on the sidelines of a meeting to review the beach tourism development projects in the district.

The Karnataka Tourism Department had identified beaches in Surathkal, Someshwara, Talapaddy, Ullal and Sultan Battery for development. The Union Ministry of Tourism has approved the allocation of Rs 13.72 crore for the development of these beaches, he said.

Ibrahim asked the officials of Karnataka Rural Infrastructure Development Ltd (KRIDL) to begin work on the project by November 1. KRIDL has been assigned the work of developing basic infrastructure on these beaches.

Thulasi Maddineni, Chief Executive Officer of Dakshina Kannada Zilla Panchayat, said that each beach has been identified keeping the tourist flow in mind. Someshwara beach will attract religious tourists, Surathkal beach will attract family tourists, and Talapaddy beach will be of attraction to nature lovers. Ullal beach is best suited for homestay tourists and Sultan Battery caters to the requirements of local tourists, she said. She also suggested improving road network to the beaches.

Yatish Baikampady, Chief Executive Officer of Panambur Beach Tourism Development Corporation, suggested developing multiple approach roads to the beaches identified for development. Such arrangements will help during emergencies, he said.

(This article was published on October 28, 2014)

See the rest here:
5 Dakshina Kannada beaches to be developed

SWIMMERS at two popular north Queensland beaches are being warned to keep watch for crocodiles after two large reptiles were spotted near the shore.

More here:
Two crocs spotted near north Qld beaches

Four Mile Beach, Port Douglas. Photo: Glenn Hunt

Two large crocodiles have been spotted near popular swimming beaches in Queensland’s tropical north.

Two beaches including one in tourist hot spot Port Douglas, north of Cairns, have closed over the past fortnight after crocs were spotted near swimming areas.

“We’re letting people know that there’s been recent sightings and it’s their choice whether they wish to swim or not,” Surf Life Saving North Queensland regional manager Colin Sparkes said on Tuesday.

Ellis Beach, north of Cairns, was closed on Monday after a beachgoer reported seeing a three metre reptile.


And Four Mile Beach in Port Douglas was closed for a day earlier this month after a four metre croc was spotted.

“He swam along Four Mile Beach, which is your premier tourist beach in north Queensland, so that caused a bit of a stir,” Mr Sparkes said.

“Once they’re in the open water there’s not a great deal you can do other than monitor their movements.”

Both beaches have since reopened with extra signage warning to swim between the flags and keep watch.

Read this article:
Two crocodiles spotted near north Queensland beaches

Greater Wellington Regional Council (GWRC) is warning owners to keep their dogs away from the Hutt River and Wellington Harbour beaches until officers have checked these areas for toxic possum carcasses. These carcasses may contain 1080 poison following a possum control operation undertaken on 30 September 2014 in the Kaitoke Regional Park and Hutt River Catchment. The carcasses may have washed downstream following heavy rain overnight.

GWRC officers are checking beaches from Petone to Eastbourne and out to Pencarrow. Once the level of the Hutt River has gone down, staff will be checking both sides for possum carcasses from Te Marua to Petone. The checks are expected to take two to three days. Officers have begun placing warning signs at river and beach access points where possible.

Greater Wellington Regional Council Biosecurity Manager Davor Bejakovich said that possum carcasses werent a threat to people but would still be poisonous to dogs. “While people arent at risk from these poisoned carcasses, we take the threat to dogs very seriously. Were putting up warning signs along beaches at Petone and the eastern side of the harbour today and along the Hutt River as soon as the water level has dropped.”

“We urge dog owners to avoid all eastern harbour beaches from Petone to Pencarrow, and the Hutt Riverbed. Anyone walking their dog near the harbour beaches and Hutt Riverbed should keep their animals close on a lead and not allow them to scavenge, until warning signs have been taken down.”

Warning signs could be in place for up to four months depending on how long it takes for the possum carcasses to breakdown. GWRC staff will continue to monitor the breakdown of possum carcasses in the Kaitoke Park and Hutt River Catchment.

If dogs should come into contact with possum carcasses believed to be toxic owners should attempt to make their dog vomit and take it to a vet immediately. Some advice is contained in this leaflet online:

Members of the public should call 04 5264133 if they find a possum carcass or have any questions relating to the monitoring or clearance of possum carcasses.

Follow this link:
Keep dogs away from Hutt River and harbour beaches

Oct 282014

Shark patrols skip beaches

The Department of Fisheries has boosted its shark incident response capacity in the South-West with vessels now stationed in Bunbury, Busselton and Margaret River, but most beaches in the Harvey and Waroona shires are not well covered.

Fisheries Minister Ken Baston said locating boats in Bunbury, Busselton and Margaret River would mean that in the case of a threat on the water, and in particular a shark threat, fisheries officers would be able to respond quickly.

This increased on-water response capacity will complement the State Governments investment in a range of measures to protect swimmers and to help inform people about their water use, Mr Baston said.

The State Government recently announced that it would provide Surf Life Saving WA with $650,000 to extend aerial patrols over the South West to cover the school holidays, weekends and public holidays, before daily patrols start from November 24.

Premier Colin Barnett said the State Governments shark hazard mitigation program was worth about $23 million.

Ultimately people need to take responsibility for themselves and make responsible decisions about their water use, be it in relation to surf conditions or shark sightings, Mr Barnett said.

A spokeswoman for the Department of Fisheries told the Reporter last week that the department did not patrol beaches for the safety of beach goers as a matter of course.

Safety of beach users is the responsibility of land managers, the Department of Parks and Wildlife, local governments and Surf Life Saving WA, she said.

The department has fisheries and marine officers based in Bunbury that would provide a response to a shark incident/sighting at those locations by either sea or land patrols, as soon as possible.

Visit link:
Shark patrols skip beaches

Oct. 27, 2014, 9:19 p.m.

A total of 20 sharks were caught in nets off Illawarra beaches between September 2013 and April 2014, including three great whites and eight hammerheads.

A totalof 20 sharks were caught in nets off Illawarra beaches between September 2013 and April 2014, including three great whites and eight hammerheads.

This is up from the 15 sharks that were netted in 2012-13.

Data from the Department Of Primary Industries’ monthly catch summaries during the 2013-14 meshing season show 30 marine creatures, including sharks, stingrays and tuna, were found trapped in nets off Illawarra beaches.

Of that number, 12 were classed as “target species” for the net program, a list of sharks including dusky whalers, blacktips, makos, bronze whalers, great whites and tiger sharks.

The other 18 were southern eagle rays, smooth hammerheads, a stingray and a longtail tuna.

White sharks were found off Thirroul, Coledale and Austinmer beaches, while four hammerheads were found off South Wollongong beach.

Most creatures were found dead in netting, but one white shark and a stingray were released alive in September 2013.

A 1.9-metre great white was found at Austinmer in January, while a whopping 3.4-metre dusky whaler was discovered in Coledale nets in February.

See more here:
Shark net catches at Illawarra beaches on the rise

In the Heart of the Beaches~ Stunning newly renovated semi detached 3 storey home 3 bdrm home with 1 bth. Lush hardwood floors throughout the home ~ Living dining room open concept with cozy …

By: Sherif Nathoo

See original here:

Oct 262014

malaga spain beaches

By: seyit nizam

The rest is here:
malaga spain beaches – Video

People ahead in dog plans in Busselton

Busselton City Council has voted to give people priority at beaches after its latest review of dog exercise areas.

The council passed Mayor Ian Stubbs’ alternative motion on Wednesday seven votes to two, which divides the City’s beaches into 28 sections of prohibited, seasonal and exercise areas for dogs.

City officers had recommended dogs be allowed off-leash in the areas designated seasonal except during the period 9am to 5pm from December 1 to April 30.

However, under Cr Stubbs’ successful motion, dogs would not be allowed off-leash in the 10 seasonal areas at any time during those summer months.

Cr Stubbs said his motion was unashamedly tipping the balance in favour of people who wanted to enjoy the City’s beaches free of dogs.

“There are exercise areas located all around the coast and dog owners, most of them, should be able to walk to them,” he said.

Earlier, an alternative motion by Cr Jenny Green to make the majority of the City’s beaches seasonal was narrowly lost four votes to five.

Cr Green said her motion would make the laws easier for residents and visitors to understand and simpler to enforce for City rangers.

Under her motion, the seasonal period would last from November 1 to April 30 but dogs would still be allowed on a lead during this period.

Originally posted here:
People ahead in dog plans for Busselton

FireFox! Start Your Own Web Hosting Company
Web Hosting Advertise Here $10 a Month Affordable web-hosting
Pierre Teilhard De Chardin

Designer Children | Prometheism | Euvolution | Transhumanism

Sign up below for the Prometheism / Designer Children Discussion Forum

Subscribe to prometheism-pgroup

Powered by