When I was recording Detour. I didn't even use this recording. I had to find a different engineer. It all worked out though. Just thought I should share this. Just one of the many stories behind ENIGMA.
Summer is over but the good part is just beginning. Big thanks to our TDM & Special Events students for helping out along with our transit friends.
Contact us online or in person if you have any questions about getting around #Berkeley. #begolden and good luck this year!
#Berkeley | BBQ shrimp 🍤 makes me miss Louisiana 🤗 eating with Berkeley Legends, Corsair, and Twitch! 👌🏽
Regrann from @svisionfamily - - Researchers with the #UniversityofCalifornia, #Berkeley, have published a new study which calls into question the scientific efforts to block sunlight via #climateengineering, also known as #geoengineering. Geoengineering is the deliberate and large-scale manipulation of the weather and climate using a variety of technologies. One popular form of geoengineering being explored by scientists is known as #SolarRadiationManagement (SRM), a process which involves spraying aerosols from planes equipped with particulates designed to reflect sunlight in an effort to combat “anthropogenic #globalwarming.” However, the #UCBerkeley team has found new evidence that sun-blocking material will likely also reduce the yields of certain crops. The researchers came to this conclusion by studying previous volcanic eruptions in #Mexico and the #Philippines. The 1991 eruption of #MountPinatubo in the Philippines and #ElChichon in #Mexico in 1982 caused a decrease in wheat, soy, and rice production due to the volcanic ash blocking sun light. “Here we use the volcanic eruptions that inspired modern solar radiation management proposals as natural experiments to provide the first estimates, to our knowledge, of how the stratospheric sulfate aerosols created by the eruptions of El Chichón and Mount Pinatubo altered the quantity and quality of global sunlight, and how these changes in sunlight affected global crop yields,” the researchers wrote.
The researchers concluded that “projected mid-twenty-first century damages due to scattering sunlight caused by solar radiation management are roughly equal in magnitude to benefits from cooling”. The team calls for more studies on the effects of solar radiation management on other global systems, including human health. The research team published their study, Estimating global agricultural effects of geoengineering using volcanic eruptions, in the journal Nature. 🖐🏾More @freedom_faction in comments👇🏾 #WeatherModification#PostWeatherModification#PostGeoEngineering#Chemtrails#Agenda21#Agenda2030#Agenda2050#ThePlotAgainstUs
finisco sempre a trovare il disordine della mia mente.. always, baby. always. 💋
Captured by @che.holts
I hope your Monday offered you some light like this. You deserve it. Remember to always center yourself ✨ & I hope y’all are ready for all the collabs @ritualbydesign and I have been working on/are going to be working on 🌱 model: @urban.warrior mehndi: @ritualbydesign
ARE YOU READY FOR SHOWCASE? ======== ONLY 1 MORE DAY until AFXsi 2018 Showcase!
🏖August 21, 7-10pm
🏖Outdoor Haas Pavilion
FEATURING AFXsi N/A, directed by Ashley Song and Max Wang:
we love to dance
pc: Alicia Chow and Anthony Chen
🎥📷📹💎The Specticle of Las Vegas: Stiff Arms The Man And He's Headed For Paydirt...In Versace...💎🎥📷📹
TWO more sleeps until our Grand Opening!! Enroll for the event on our website if you haven’t already to claim your swag bag — we are stoked to meet your littles, gift you some goodies, and for the general mamaraderie to ensue. See you Wednesday!!
Bay Area Mini Sessions!
September 15th- Lands End, San Francisco
September 16th- Tilden Park, Berkeley
30 minutes / 50-75 high-res digital photos / $300
Please email [email protected] to book your spot!
Found my first Japanese Curry in the States at Muracci’s in Berkeley. This was very good, but will never come close to CoCos Ichiban in Japan. The sauce was a little thin and the spice a little weak. The pickles were on point though. Missing Japan now