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島居博思 | 30-Jun-10, 12:22 PM | 島居隨筆 | (42 Reads)

琉球大學教授木川正昭大膽假設古琉球就是夢幻的姆大陸!

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他以沖繩縣博物館藏有的神秘石版線刻畫作假設根據。據說石版不止刻劃了姆大陸的象徵,還畫出以前更廣大的琉球群島沉沒時的樣子。

第二項證據是科學家在水底發現琉球古陸斷裂痕跡, 又在沖繩本島發現人骨化石,推定年代是30,000至18,000年前,證明先史年代這塊土地已有人居住。

沖繩守護神獅子與復活島的摩埃像有關連。沖繩語音「摩埃」指用來紀念先祖的長耳巨頭雕塑,與6,000英里外復活島的玻利維亞語音moai竟然出奇地一樣。

木川提出假設後,考古學家在與那國島海灣水底發現類似巨大神殿的遺跡……


島居博思 | 23-Jun-10, 10:49 AM | 動物情緣animal love | (31 Reads)
Wow - over 900,000 of us against whale killing! The pressure is working but the next 72hrs are crucial, let's get to 1 million! Forward this email to everyone you know:

Dear friends,


The international vote that could legalize commercial whale hunting is hours away. 900,000 of us have signed the petition, and an Avaaz team is on the ground -- let's super-charge this campaign by hitting 1 million signatures! Click below to act now, then forward this message:

Sign the petition!

In one week, the International Whaling Commission will hold its final vote on a proposal to legalize commercial whale hunting for the first time in a generation.

The outcome rests on whose voices are heard most clearly in the final hours: the pro-whaling lobby -- or the world's people?

More than 900,000 of us have signed the petition to protect whales -- let's get to 1 million!! At the whale summit in Morocco, an Avaaz team is setting up billboards, front-page newspaper ads, and a giant, constantly-updating petition counter -- all to ensure that delegates, from the moment they step off the plane until they cast their votes, will see from our explosive numbers that the world will not accept legal whale slaughter. Click to sign, and forward this email to everyone:

http://www.avaaz.org/en/whales_72hrs_left/?vl

Thanks to the worldwide outcry, many governments have already pledged to oppose the proposal. Each time the Avaaz whale petition added 100,000 signatures, it was sent again to the IWC and key governments -- some of them thanked us, and Australia's environment minister is set to accept the petition personally in the midst of the tense talks.

But pressure from the other side has been relentless -- a newspaper investigation has triggered revelations about Japan effectively bribing small nations with aid. Other governments, especially in Europe and Latin America, could abstain... or even support the proposal. The vote could go either way.

Citizen pressure is our best hope -- and it's working. The whaling lobby expected to win easily, but thanks to actions like ours, champions of the ban are standing strong. It was an explosive worldwide social movement in the 1980s that led to the commercial whaling ban we're now protecting. Now civil society access to the talks is being limited, so this powerful petition campaign is a vital channel of worldwide pressure in the final 72 hours of negotiations.

Let's deliver 1 million signatures inside the talks before it's too late! -- sign now and spread the word:

http://www.avaaz.org/en/whales_72hrs_left/?vl

After the global ban was first implemented on commercial whaling, the number of whales killed each year plummeted from 38,000 per year to just a couple of thousand. It's a testament to the power of humanity to move forward. As we move to confront the other crises of the modern age, let's cherish this legacy of progress -- by joining together now to protect our majestic and intelligent neighbors on this fragile planet.

With hope,

Ben, Ben M, Maria Paz, Ricken, Benjamin, David, Graziela, Luis, and the whole Avaaz team

P.S.: Despite the ban, Japan, Norway, and Iceland have continued whaling -- and are now pushing to make the IWC proposal as lenient as possible. Expecting permission to catch more whales than ever, Japan is reportedly planning to buy its largest whaling ship yet. Click here to sign the petition against commercial whaling!

SOURCES:

IWC Voting on Whale Hunting Moratorium Next Week
http://goo.gl/7m0y

"IWC whaling proposal 'offensive'", New Zealand Herald
http://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=10640398

"Flights, girls and cash buy Japan whaling votes" - a new exposé by the Times of London
http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/news/uk/article7149086.ece

The other side: IWC Chairman defends whaling proposal
http://www.avaaz.org/commercial_whaling_support

"Nations Push To Develop New Whale-based Products" - anticipating the end of the whaling ban, whaling nations planning whale-based products including golf balls and detergent
http://goo.gl/aoH1

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Donate to this campaign! Avaaz's work on whales, like all its campaigns, is funded entirely by donations -- we receive no money from governments or corporations. Support the billboards and stunts at the whale summit -- click here to make a secure contribution!
Support the Avaaz community! We're entirely funded by donations and receive no money from governments or corporations. Our dedicated team ensures even the smallest contributions go a long way -- donate here.

 


島居博思 | 16-Jun-10, 3:17 PM | 島居隨筆 | (30 Reads)


See the positive intention behind every incident is the turning point.

                                             ~ Ellen Or


島居博思 | 15-Jun-10, 7:25 PM | 光影記事 | (29 Reads)

艾曉明紀錄片- 花兒為什麼這樣紅?

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島居博思 | 11-Jun-10, 9:49 PM | 島居隨筆 | (50 Reads)

到大商賈的辦事處收回報酬尾期,大商賈向我重覆講述自從收購完成他要坐鎮這裡........或許在財經界這是大事,我不感興趣,因為財金事務於我向來一舊雲。由於毫無認識,不便搭嘴,我只聽。面對我這呆鴨,大商賈繼續講他的抱負,他需要聽眾,不知道什麼是應講就講,或者不能忍受沉默,覺得沉默是death air。

桌上一盆觀葉植物快要乾枯,我望著大商賈的臉表示留意,一雙手摘掉枯黃葉子。大商賈問﹕「你知這什麼花?」不知「你好似好有研究。」我見枯葉、黃晒,幫手搣下。大商賈攤開一份又一份他見報的報紙給我看,我拿起一份,大商賈繼續塞給我另一份,未等我放下,他塞給我第三份。「今次新聞界好幫得手,我地呢份報紙佔左五版咁多。」大商賈興奮地說。我答不上口,這些報紙supplement有錢買位做幾大版都得,我不是第一天出來做記者,大商賈以前是記者。「你睇你睇,今次我地出呢本書,未印起總部已經頒左個獎比我地。」大商賈很自豪,他忘了最初找我們這些蠢人幫忙採寫說過想為社會做點實事。

我禮貎地微笑,因為他仍沒拿出我和同伴應得的支票。下意識地我取出水壼,澆灌乾硬的泥土。「你對盆花咁有興趣不如拿回家。」哦,我幫手淋吓水啫。「我都唔得閒理佢,人地送。」咁你得閒理吓佢。大商賈說忙於收購事務,他又回到演講原點。你係未有支票給我?忍耐有限度,我決定主動。「呀係呀,爭啲唔記得咗。」大商賈掏出支票,我核對清楚,準備走人。大商賈拉著我﹕「你好忙咩!」然後想當年當記者......覺得從記者到財金,他見證了些事情。不過講來講去都講不出什麼。

我的眼越過他的肩膀,看到窗外改成政府機關的清幽建築,心境開朗。我讚嘆風景,大商賈慨嘆懷念以往的寫字樓。「呢度唔好,都唔係甲級寫字樓。」他之前的辦公室我去過,雖有海景,但海面狹小繁忙,海上一直是灰濛的天。

我懶幽默地說他的好友就在對面綠油油的園林裡工作,可以隔遠打招呼。「個衰仔就好啦,愈撈愈掂,唔憂做。」大商賈牙縫洩出一絲酸苦。哦?係咩?大商賈口中的衰仔得到了世俗認定的好,靠幫九流主子遮掩一次又一次超錯,馬腳盡出,午夜夢迴會不會記起自己曾是口誅筆伐政府的大報主筆?

我起身告辭。「你要趕下場?點解搞到自己咁忙。」我含糊地說搵食嘛。「唔好咁講啦,做嘢做緊要開心。」哦,多謝。你,記得淋花呀。拜拜

 

 

 

 


島居博思 | 10-Jun-10, 2:13 AM | 光影記事, 動物情緣animal love | (40 Reads)

動物保育者Damian Aspinall 在非洲叢林找尋Kwibi,一頭跟他闊別五年的低地猩猩。Damian在英國一個野生動物園把Kwibi養大到五歲,然後把Kwibi放回西非的野外,這是動物保育計劃一個項目。

十歲的Kwibi仍認得出Damian的呼聲,領著妻小與Damian見面。1min43sec開始,他倆重逢了,互相在耳邊碎碎唸,搭著肩相擁,美妙!

 


島居博思 | 09-Jun-10, 1:17 AM | 動物情緣animal love | (124 Reads)

十年沒見舊同事回港渡假,說起臨走時把愛犬送人,覺得狗狗似乎知道主人企圖。我說不是「似乎」,是知道,朋友請我別說笑。

朋友說自己要開展事業,狗狗送人好。我說她不尊重狗狗,朋友聽不明我在責備她,或者不願聽明白,改變話題,說起自小訓練狗狗,每次餵牠前要牠站立。後來有次忘了餵牠,一回家只顧自己到廚房切菜。狗狗進去望著她,朋友心煩,請狗狗告訴她想怎麼樣?狗狗霍地站立,朋友才醒起餵食。朋友說﹕「哈,牠似乎識聽我講乜。」我又糾正她不是似乎。朋友這回說就算真是識聽,是人自己猜想,而且狗向來善解人意。

朋友說狗狗會意人的表情。我說,多年前帶友人的金毛尋回犬去沙灘,泳罷跟金毛洗澡。洗後腳時心裡嘀咕沙粒藏在大腿內側,沒法清洗,如果牠遞高腿給我沖洗就好,說時遲那時快,金毛已舉高右腿。

朋友說這麼怪異的事情,她打死不信。我說﹕「我以前也不信,很多人到現在仍不信,事事訴諸科學解釋,連心靈與感受都想用實驗次次做到相同結果沒誤差來證實,所以,我不怪你。」

寫了一大堆是因為上次貼過的日本動物傳心師節目有好心人譯了中文字幕。像這頭惡貓,本來具強烈攻擊性,無論主人母女怎樣千依百順,甚至餵食鎮靜劑,讓牠一埋身就襲擊,搞到母親要去醫院縫針。在動物傳心師到來溝通之後,本來露齒猙獰的貓貓竟迅速改變......多得這個節目,鏡頭的紀實勝過我們的千言萬語。

 

 

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島居博思 | 07-Jun-10, 1:31 AM | 光影記事 | (30 Reads)

6月5日清晨5:30am,澳洲悉尼、柏斯及墨爾本數百名居民目擊天際出現旋轉式怪光。目擊者用手機、相機、錄影機拍下所見。政府部門表示怪光與氣象和航空無關,然而澳洲政府卻說怪光現身前1小時,美國佛羅里達州發射了一枚火箭,怪光相信是火箭推進器造成的。

澳洲旋轉ufo與去年12月9日挪威出現的甚似,難道又是火箭造成?

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島居博思 | 04-Jun-10, 2:48 AM | 光影記事 | (40 Reads)

島居博思 | 03-Jun-10, 12:31 AM | 動物情緣animal love | (36 Reads)

五月好苦,稿約不斷,打打打,打到彈簧手指,手臂麻。每天都有鳥兒飛到晾衣架走鋼索--birdwalk,後來想要飛進來,幾次撞到玻璃窗。

起初是麻雀,吱吱吱。然後是搖搖擺擺的鴿,成雙成對。接著是紅耳鵯和小黃鳥,五月底來了肚子藍綠好看的小小鳥......哎呀,這樣衝法嘴會撞歪!?

有天跟朋友L談起,她問為什麼不跟他們溝通一下。鳥兒說﹕「出來玩!」


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