Four volumes from Rather Interesting label.
Real Intelligence IV (2002). On this compilation you will find the 1999-2001 highlights, which surprised and inspired listeners during the last couple of years: Dos Tracks, Erik Satin, Los Samplers, XXX, Bund Deutscher Programmierer, Midisport, The Disk Orchestra and the Roger Tubesound Orchestra. As if this was not enough, rather interesting decided to include 4 previously unreleased bonus titles which make this compilation a 'must have' for all those who like the sound and of 'R.I.'. The bonus titles 'space bossa', 'mambo si, trabajo no!', 'affirmative' and 'hypnotize' perfectly complete this selection of 'r.i.' classics, ranging from Latino influenced compositions via abstract funkiness to electro…
Le cœur est sans doute l’organe le plus complexe de l’être humain… Il est à la fois la pompe qui permet au corps de vivre et le siège des émotions qui lui donne sa dimension humaine… physicien de formation, Patrick Drouot rapproche les deux rives qui bordent un même fleuve, qui est la vie. Aujourd’hui, les chercheurs parlent de « cohérence cardiaque » ? Explorons cette notion que Patrick Drouot et son épouse pratiquent dans un accompagnement thérapeutique ! …
The program addresses a core issue facing men in their dating lives, efforts to succeed in their careers, as well as having a fulfilling life.
A book that challenges common misconceptions about the nature of intelligence.
A sweeping, in-depth history of NSA, whose famous "cult of silence" has left the agency shrouded in mystery for decades.
Previous histories have focused on the KGB, leaving military intelligence and the special service-which specialized in codes and ciphers-lurking in the shadows. Drawing on previously neglected Russian sources, Haslam reveals how both were in fact crucial to the survival of the Soviet state. This was especially true after Stalin's death in 1953, as the Cold War heated up and dedicated Communist agents the regime had relied upon-Klaus Fuchs, the Rosenbergs, Donald Maclean-were betrayed. In the wake of these failures, Khrushchev and his successors discarded ideological recruitment in favor of blackmail and bribery.