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Alizee - Moi Lolita (2010) HDTV 1080p
17 January 2011

Alizee - Moi Lolita (2010) HDTV 1080p
Alizee - Moi Lolita (2010) HDTV 1080p
Language: English
00:03:20 | 1920x1080 | x264 - 10.8Mbps | 25.000fps | MP3 - 192Kbps | 276MB
Genre: Pop | Live

"Moi... Lolita" (English: "Me... Lolita") is a song by French singer Alizée, which was released as her debut single and the first from her debut album Gourmandises
Gothic and Lolita Psycho (2010) m720p BluRay x264-BiRD
6 March 2013

Gothic and Lolita Psycho (2010) m720p BluRay x264-BiRD

Gothic and Lolita Psycho (2010) m720p BluRay x264-BiRD

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Language(s): Japanese, English(srt)
01hr 20mn | 1280x720 | x264 - 2742Kbps | AC3 - 640Kbps | 1.90GB
Genre(s) : Action | Horror


Gothic And Lolita Psycho is a fun, comic book style action revenge film(sort of a low-rent Kill Bill without Tarantino's genius, of course; but if you feel like killing an hour and a half with a cute actress(Rina Akiyama-voted best butt in Japan a few years ago) this Japanese revenge blood and dismemberment fest is a thrill a minute.

After witnessing her mother's killing, Yuki(Akiyama) spends her time seeking revenge on the bad guys with well choreographed fight scenes and a cool black leather outfit. The only disappointment is no nudity, only much blood spouting from necks, arms & legs and every imaginable body part.
Lolita - Ihre Grossen Erfolge - (2006)
12 February 2011

Lolita - Ihre Grossen Erfolge - (2006)
Lolita - Ihre Grossen Erfolge - (2006)
MCP Sound & Media | MP3 VBRkbps | 36 Tracks | 160.69 Mb | 2006
Genre: Pop
Echoes of Nature: The Natural Sounds of the Wilderness
18 July 2011

Echoes of Nature: The Natural Sounds of the Wilderness
Echoes of Nature: The Natural Sounds of the Wilderness
English | MP3 192 kbps 44 KHz Stereo | 10 CDs | 692 MB
Genre: AudioBook
Audio CD (February 13, 2003)
Number of Discs: 10
Format: Box set
Label: Delta
ASIN: B00008L42M

Echoes of Nature - American Wilds
Echoes of Nature - Ocean Waves
Echoes of Nature - Bayou
Echoes of Nature - Rainforest
Echoes of Nature - Frog Chorus
Echoes of Nature - Sampler
Echoes of Nature - Jungle Talk
Echoes of Nature - Thunderstorm
Echoes of Nature - Morning Songbirds
Echoes of Nature - Wilderness River
Bliss of Nature - The Magical Sounds of Nature (Audiobook)
25 March 2011

Bliss of Nature - The Magical Sounds of Nature (Audiobook)

Bliss of Nature - The Magical Sounds of Nature
Audiobook | English | MP3@320 kbps - CBR | 412.37 MB


The most magical sounds of nature made even more magical.

Create the most relaxing and soothing atmosphere anywhere.

Bliss of Nature is a collection of the four most uplifting, harmonizing and enjoyable nature soundscapes you can imagine, recorded in nature in very high quality. They have then been taken through the Bliss Code and mastering process. The result is a magical sound that will get your mind thinking you are at the location of the recording. The Bliss Code frequencies are applied so gently and precisely that they stay completely in the background in such a way that it is likely you'll hardly even notice them.

Create a deeply relaxing and harmonizing atmosphere at any place you want. Some tips, use when you want to: Take a refreshing nap, relax after a stressful day, relax before starting your day to maintain a relaxed feeling, fall/stay asleep at night (yourself or your family), or just create a very enjoyable atmosphere at home etc. Only your imagination sets the limit.
Fleeting Moments: Nature and Culture in American History
2 August 2010

Fleeting Moments: Nature and Culture in American History
Fleeting Moments: Nature and Culture in American History
Oxford University Press 1990 | 256 | ISBN: 0195062965 | PDF | 13 Mb
The tension between nature and culture, which accompanies the rise of any large society, has become a subject of great concern in our time. In this compelling study, Gunther Barth, acclaimed author of City People: The Rise of Modern City Culture in Nineteenth-Century America, identifies fleeting moments of concord between nature and culture in the course of American history. During the search for the Wilderness Passage, the progress of the Lewis and Clark expedition, and the building of park cemeteries and big city parks, Americans realized that nature was not merely a force to be reckoned with, not merely a resource to be exploited, but also an integral component of their lives. Through the engineering of nature and culture in the urban environment, the energetic attempts to conserve large-scale nature in the United States emerged as an offspring of the big city. Heightening our understanding of the historical complexity of the relationship between nature and culture, and suggesting that harmony between the two is a mark of civilization, this original study will be an invaluable guide to anyone concerned with the quality of life in America, past and future. ...
Filmtank - Nature Before Us: Die Natur vor uns (2008) DVDRip x264 AAC-MVGroup
3 July 2013

Filmtank - Nature Before Us: Die Natur vor uns (2008) DVDRip x264 AAC-MVGroup
Filmtank - Nature Before Us: Die Natur vor uns (2008) DVDRip x264 AAC-MVGroup
English | 01:19:55 | H264 | 960x540 | 25.00fps 2164 Kbps | AAC 127 Kbps 48.0khz | 1.2 GiB
Genre: Documentary

Alfred Ehrhardt (1901-1984) is regarded as one of the most important photographers of the new objectivity. Its large Fotozyklen come from the Wadden Sea, the Curonian Spit and from Iceland. His films also, the parallel to his photographic work, deal with these natural areas, as well as with the architecture of the housing of bivalve molluscs, sea snails and corals. He was awarded several Bundesfilmpreise for his films and numerous awards at international film festivals. The nature of the documentary records the work before us Alfred Ehrhardt's in the various places of his creation. In the northern German Wadden Sea, and in the countryside as well as Iceland and the Curonian Spit at the Bauhaus in Dessau, the Ehrhardt in the 1920s by the painters Paul Klee and Wassily Kandinsky received important impulses for his artistic work.
Ehrhardt was a "conservative modern", who, with his photos and movies a respectful treatment of nature. He was the understanding of nature as a pure resource for the people in question. The film examines, on the basis of Alfred Ehrhardt's work, but also our present day understanding of nature and landscape: As edification and resource has at the same time subject to the human nature. That exceeded the limits of the exploitation are quickly and the stock of the species and thus also of the shapes of the "artist" in nature is at risk have already decades ago, artists such as Alfred Ehrhardt recalls.
Pbs Nature The Best Of Nature 25 Years 2007 Hdtv
14 May 2010

PBS Nature - The Best of Nature: 25 Years (2007) HDTV-SoS
PBS Nature - The Best of Nature: 25 Years (2007) HDTV-SoS
Language: English
01:24:13 | 720x416 | XviD - 1504Kbps | 29.970fps | MP3 - 192Kbps | 1022MB
Genre: Documentary

Nature has thrilled and entertained viewers for a quarter century, from depictions of life-and-death battles in the wilderness to intimate tales of animal courtship and parenting. Creator George Page travels the world for the most offbeat, enlightening, and moving pictures he can record. This collection of the best segments from a magnificent series is hosted by Lynn Sherr, with narration by James Earl Jones and Liev Schreiber.
Digital Nature Photography and Adobe Photoshop
4 September 2011

Digital Nature Photography and Adobe Photoshop
Digital Nature Photography and Adobe Photoshop
234 pages | Aug 31 2010 |ISBN: 1598631357| PDF | 5.5 Mb

The digital nature photographer does more than just take pictures. He is part adventurer, part traveler, and part nature and wildlife observer - on top of being a skilled photographer. "Digital Nature Photography and Adobe? Photoshop?" addresses the unique challenges and needs of the digital nature photographer, combining an advanced guide to shooting and composition with information on editing and processing nature and landscape photos using Adobe Photoshop. Divided into two parts, the first half of the book provides in-depth information on the essential computer equipment
Tommaso Campanella: The Book and the Body of Nature
27 January 2012

Tommaso Campanella: The Book and the Body of Nature

Tommaso Campanella: The Book and the Body of Nature

2010 | 292 | ISBN: 9048131251 | PDF | 2 Mb

A friend of Galileo and author of the renowned utopia The City of the Sun, Tommaso Campanella (Stilo, Calabria,1568- Paris, 1639) is one of the most significant and original thinkers of the early modern period. His philosophical project centred upon the idea of reconciling Renaissance philosophy with a radical reform of science and society. He produced a complex and articulate synthesis of all fields of knowledge – including magic and astrology. During his early formative years as a Dominican friar, he manifested a restless impatience towards Aristotelian philosophy and its followers. As a reaction, he enthusiastically embraced Bernardino Telesio’s view that knowledge could only be acquired through the observation of things themselves, investigated through the senses and based on a correct understanding of the link between words and objects. Campanella’s new natural philosophy rested on the principle that the books written by men needed to be compared with God’s infinite book of nature, allowing them to correct the mistakes scattered throughout the human ‘copies’ which were always imperfect, partial and liable to revisions. It is in the light of these principles that he defended Galileo’s right to read the book of nature while denouncing the mistake of those – be they Aristotelian philosophers or theologians – who wanted to stop him from carrying on his natural investigations. However, Campanella maintained that the book of nature, far from being written in mathematical characters, was a living organism in which each natural being was endowed with life and a degree of sensibility that was appropriate for its preservation and propagation. Nature as a whole was an organism in which each single part was directed towards the common good. This is the reason why Campanella thought that nature had to be regarded as an ideal model for any political organisation. Political structures were often ruled by injustice and violence precisely because they had departed from that natural model. This book charts Campanella’s intellectual life by showing the origin, development and persistence of some of the fundamental tenets of his thought....