Wednesday, July 18, 2007

Wednesday July 18, 2007

Filed under: General — m759 @ 6:28 PM

Reuters News Agency,
Wed., July 18, 2007,
3:48 PM EDT

By Mauricio Savarese

SAO PAULO (Reuters) – The flames from Brazil’s worst plane crash were contained around dawn on Wednesday, but the smell of smoke and death wafted over travelers at Sao Paulo’s airport as a reminder of disaster….

The airport resumed flights on an alternate runway.

Despite the deterioration of Brazil’s air safety record over the past year, Guilherme Braghetto, 72, showed little concern for his son, whom he brought to the airport for a flight to Goiania.

‘I feel for those who lost loved ones, but I don’t think lightning so strong will hit twice,’ he said.

On September 29, 2006, a Boeing 737 operated by Brazilian carrier Gol Linhas Aereas Inteligentes crashed after clipping wings with a Legacy business jet over the Amazon rainforest, killing 154 people.


Log24, Sept. 28, 2006

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Click on picture for a midi.

“…consonant intervals
as an example of alleged
perceptual universals.’

Related material on universals
suitable for today, the Feast of
St. Michael and All Angels:
Shining Forth….”

The New Yorker, issue dated
July 23, 2007, page 42:

“While out-of-body experiences
have the character of
a perceptual illusion
(albeit a complex and
singular one), near-death
experiences have all the
hallmarks of mystical
experience, as William
James defines it….”

— Oliver Sacks,
A Bolt from the Blue

The New Yorker, issue dated
July 23, 2007, page 70:

IMAGE- Barsotti cartoon, 'You're a good listener'

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