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The Villager: D-O-D DARK SIDE OF DIMENSION 20 Paling Terekam tak Ada jutaan lagu di dunia ini yang diciptakan umat manusia. Dalam tataran pop, tentu banyak lagu juga yang melejit menjadi hit dunia. Namun ternyata ada beberapa lagu yang begitu menempel di memori otak anda sehingga sangat terekam dan seolah sulit lepas dari ingatan kita. Para peneliti dari University of St Andrews , Fife, Skotlandia menemukan formula mengapa lagu-lagu tersebut bisa begitu terekam di otak anda. 1. We Will Rock You โ€” Queen 2. Happy โ€” Pharrell Williams 3. We Are the Champions โ€” Queen 4. Iโ€™m Gonna Be (500 Miles) โ€” The Proclaimers 5. YMCA โ€” The Village People 6. Bohemian Rhapsody โ€” Queen 7. The Final Countdown โ€” Europe 8. Livinโ€™ on a Prayer โ€” Bon Jovi 9. Jingle Bells 10. Who Let the Dogs Out? โ€” Baha Men 11. Gangnam Style โ€” Psy 12. Never Gonna Give You Up โ€” Rick Astley 13. Donโ€™t Stop Believin' โ€” Journey 14. Uptown Funk โ€” Mark Ronson featuring Bruno Mars 15. Shake It Off โ€” Taylor Swift 16. Beat It โ€” Michael Jackson 17. Ruby โ€” Kaiser Chiefs 18. The Timewarp โ€” Cast of The Rocky Horror Show 19. All About the Bass โ€” Meghan Trainor 20. Karma Chameleon โ€” Culture Club 21. Young feat Dijah Yellow Vs Awkarin - Tobatlah tobat with Choco Bulu Bulu Candu Adudu Atatatiga. Ada 5 hal utama yang menjadi sebab sebuah lagu begitu luar biasa yaitu receptiveness (tingkat penerimaan terhadap lagu), predictability nada dan lirik, surprise yang ditampilkan lagu, melodic potency (hook pada musik) serta rhythmic repetition (pengulangan ritme) Sumber: www.satuharapan.com
The Villager: D-O-D
 DARK SIDE
 OF DIMENSION
 20 Paling Terekam
 tak
Ada jutaan lagu di dunia ini yang diciptakan umat manusia. Dalam tataran pop, tentu banyak lagu juga yang melejit menjadi hit dunia. Namun ternyata ada beberapa lagu yang begitu menempel di memori otak anda sehingga sangat terekam dan seolah sulit lepas dari ingatan kita. Para peneliti dari University of St Andrews , Fife, Skotlandia menemukan formula mengapa lagu-lagu tersebut bisa begitu terekam di otak anda. 1. We Will Rock You โ€” Queen 2. Happy โ€” Pharrell Williams 3. We Are the Champions โ€” Queen 4. Iโ€™m Gonna Be (500 Miles) โ€” The Proclaimers 5. YMCA โ€” The Village People 6. Bohemian Rhapsody โ€” Queen 7. The Final Countdown โ€” Europe 8. Livinโ€™ on a Prayer โ€” Bon Jovi 9. Jingle Bells 10. Who Let the Dogs Out? โ€” Baha Men 11. Gangnam Style โ€” Psy 12. Never Gonna Give You Up โ€” Rick Astley 13. Donโ€™t Stop Believin' โ€” Journey 14. Uptown Funk โ€” Mark Ronson featuring Bruno Mars 15. Shake It Off โ€” Taylor Swift 16. Beat It โ€” Michael Jackson 17. Ruby โ€” Kaiser Chiefs 18. The Timewarp โ€” Cast of The Rocky Horror Show 19. All About the Bass โ€” Meghan Trainor 20. Karma Chameleon โ€” Culture Club 21. Young feat Dijah Yellow Vs Awkarin - Tobatlah tobat with Choco Bulu Bulu Candu Adudu Atatatiga. Ada 5 hal utama yang menjadi sebab sebuah lagu begitu luar biasa yaitu receptiveness (tingkat penerimaan terhadap lagu), predictability nada dan lirik, surprise yang ditampilkan lagu, melodic potency (hook pada musik) serta rhythmic repetition (pengulangan ritme) Sumber: www.satuharapan.com

Ada jutaan lagu di dunia ini yang diciptakan umat manusia. Dalam tataran pop, tentu banyak lagu juga yang melejit menjadi hit dunia. Namu...

The Villager: In Guinea Bissau, the Bijagos are a matriarchal tribe where women possess all the power. And it's the job of the men to be attractive in order to attract a wife 1 7thsou lja4 On the island of Orango Grande, in the Bijagos Archipelago, off the coast of Guinea Bissau, there is a matriarchal society where women possess all the power, where they organise themselves into associations which manage the economy, social welfare and the law. It is they who impose sanctions, direct, advice and distribute goods, and they are respected as the absolute owners of both the house and the land. Here it is the man who has the obligation to dress very well to attract the attention of a woman. Women hold the supreme power of divorce in marriage. Men are turned to only for the tilling of the fields, hunting monkeys and fishing.Bijago have traditionally resented all centralized authority, whether Portuguese,*French*, English, German or contemporary government officials. In 1447,when the Portuguese explorer, Nuna Tristao, tried to conquer the Bijagos, they killed him instantly because they do not want any form of rule except their matriarchal traditional system that create chiefs to rule them. The Bijagos rose up in rebellion against the Portuguese in 1900, 1913-1915, 1917, 1918, 1924 and 1936. Portugal did not consider the Bijago as pacified until 1936.The political power is in the hands of the village chief, which is being justified by his connection with the ancestors through matrilineal descent. He is a leader of every community, he makes the decisions and controls the distribution of the land. In this important task he is assisted by the council of elders. The women are especially important in the political and cultural system of Bijago, as they determine the chiefsโ€™ line of inheritance. The matriarchal order was so strong that the women selected their men and could force divorce on their husbands, the man keeping the children.Within the clan the inheritance is of the matrilineal type, but after the matrimony the whole family lives in the husbandโ€™s house. All of them belong to the clan of the mother. It is important in terms of the allocation of the land and responsibilities typical for Bijagos. 17thsoulja BlackIG17th blackwomenmatter
The Villager: In Guinea Bissau, the Bijagos are a
 matriarchal tribe where women possess all
 the power. And it's the job of the men to
 be attractive in order to attract a wife
 1 7thsou
 lja4
On the island of Orango Grande, in the Bijagos Archipelago, off the coast of Guinea Bissau, there is a matriarchal society where women possess all the power, where they organise themselves into associations which manage the economy, social welfare and the law. It is they who impose sanctions, direct, advice and distribute goods, and they are respected as the absolute owners of both the house and the land. Here it is the man who has the obligation to dress very well to attract the attention of a woman. Women hold the supreme power of divorce in marriage. Men are turned to only for the tilling of the fields, hunting monkeys and fishing.Bijago have traditionally resented all centralized authority, whether Portuguese,*French*, English, German or contemporary government officials. In 1447,when the Portuguese explorer, Nuna Tristao, tried to conquer the Bijagos, they killed him instantly because they do not want any form of rule except their matriarchal traditional system that create chiefs to rule them. The Bijagos rose up in rebellion against the Portuguese in 1900, 1913-1915, 1917, 1918, 1924 and 1936. Portugal did not consider the Bijago as pacified until 1936.The political power is in the hands of the village chief, which is being justified by his connection with the ancestors through matrilineal descent. He is a leader of every community, he makes the decisions and controls the distribution of the land. In this important task he is assisted by the council of elders. The women are especially important in the political and cultural system of Bijago, as they determine the chiefsโ€™ line of inheritance. The matriarchal order was so strong that the women selected their men and could force divorce on their husbands, the man keeping the children.Within the clan the inheritance is of the matrilineal type, but after the matrimony the whole family lives in the husbandโ€™s house. All of them belong to the clan of the mother. It is important in terms of the allocation of the land and responsibilities typical for Bijagos. 17thsoulja BlackIG17th blackwomenmatter

On the island of Orango Grande, in the Bijagos Archipelago, off the coast of Guinea Bissau, there is a matriarchal society where women po...

The Villager: A school in India is asking parents to plant a tree instead of paying fees ScienceAlert.com- To encourage all students to get an education, even if their parents can't afford it, a primary school in the Indian state of Chhattisgarh is asking parents to simply plant a tree sapling instead of paying school fees. The parents have to take care of the sapling and plant a new one if it dies - but compared to the cost of traditional school fees, it's a small price to pay. And it comes with the added bonus of helping to improve local air quality. The school is Shiksha Kuteer in the city of Ambikapur in the east of the country. According to Asian News International, at least 35 students between the ages of four and five are studying there. The initiative was set up by a group of local professionals and business owners in response to India's skyrocketing education fees. Currently, the government spends just 3.9 percent of its budget on education, which means parents are left to pay for hefty school fees, as well as paying for books and school supplies. A national survey released last year showed that between 2008 and 2014, private expenditure has increased by 175 percent to Rs6,788 per student each year (US$100). That might not sound like a lot, but for many families - particularly in rural regions - it's not affordable, especially at the primary school level. "In Delhi alone, the average expenditure on general education has grown three times since 2008," Maria Thomas wrote for Quartz last year. "This starts right from the nursery level, with parents spending more money on donations and fees than the cost of degrees at Delhi University and even some management institutes." The lack of government spending is also damaging the education system too. The 2014 Annual Status of Education report found that nearly 20 percent of grade 2 students, aged seven or eight, didn't recognise the numbers between one and nine. But by offering an affordable way to get students into schools, Shiksha Kuteer is encouraging education for everyone. So far, the school has received an overwhelming response, and 700 saplings have been planted across the village over the last year. nature earth india trees
The Villager: A school in India is
 asking parents to plant a
 tree instead of paying
 fees
ScienceAlert.com- To encourage all students to get an education, even if their parents can't afford it, a primary school in the Indian state of Chhattisgarh is asking parents to simply plant a tree sapling instead of paying school fees. The parents have to take care of the sapling and plant a new one if it dies - but compared to the cost of traditional school fees, it's a small price to pay. And it comes with the added bonus of helping to improve local air quality. The school is Shiksha Kuteer in the city of Ambikapur in the east of the country. According to Asian News International, at least 35 students between the ages of four and five are studying there. The initiative was set up by a group of local professionals and business owners in response to India's skyrocketing education fees. Currently, the government spends just 3.9 percent of its budget on education, which means parents are left to pay for hefty school fees, as well as paying for books and school supplies. A national survey released last year showed that between 2008 and 2014, private expenditure has increased by 175 percent to Rs6,788 per student each year (US$100). That might not sound like a lot, but for many families - particularly in rural regions - it's not affordable, especially at the primary school level. "In Delhi alone, the average expenditure on general education has grown three times since 2008," Maria Thomas wrote for Quartz last year. "This starts right from the nursery level, with parents spending more money on donations and fees than the cost of degrees at Delhi University and even some management institutes." The lack of government spending is also damaging the education system too. The 2014 Annual Status of Education report found that nearly 20 percent of grade 2 students, aged seven or eight, didn't recognise the numbers between one and nine. But by offering an affordable way to get students into schools, Shiksha Kuteer is encouraging education for everyone. So far, the school has received an overwhelming response, and 700 saplings have been planted across the village over the last year. nature earth india trees

ScienceAlert.com- To encourage all students to get an education, even if their parents can't afford it, a primary school in the Indian st...