Anyone who engages critically with the phenomenon of conspiracy theories soon encounters a conundrum. Actual conspiracies occur quite regularly. Political assassinations, scandals and cover-ups, terrorist attacks and a lot of everyday government activity involves the collusion of multiple people in the attempt to bring about a desired outcome.
When fake news, misreporting and alternative facts are everywhere, reading the news can be a challenge. Not only is there plenty of misinformation about the coronavirus pandemic, climate change and other scientific topics floating around social media, you also need to read science stories, even well-known publications, with caution.
Today I want to share a new software product – EuroMsg Express, a MailChimp alternative or simply a marketing automation platform and an email marketing service. I worked on this project as a backend developer.
Search for “climate change” on YouTube and before long you’ll likely find a video that denies it exists. In fact, when it comes to shaping the online conversation around climate change, a new study suggests that deniers and conspiracy theorists might hold an edge over those believing in science. Researchers found evidence that most YouTube videos relating to climate change oppose the scientific consensus that it’s primarily caused by human activities.
The official clip of “You will never know”, a beautiful song from Imany’s 2011 album “The Shape of a Broken Heart”. It is the debut album from former French catwalk model Nadia Mladjao, aka Imany. Produced by Malick N’Diaye (Ayo) its 12 English-language tracks offer up a mixture of acoustic folk, heartfelt soul, and passionate blues, and includes the single “You Will Never Know.”
In my humble opinion, this commercial for Fiat 500 60th Anniversary is the best commercial ever for a car. The great Mario Lanza’s “Come Prima” (Like before) plays throughout the ad. The American actor Adrien Brody plays the main role of the man from the past.