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Remembering Holocaust: the anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz

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In the Warsaw Ghetto, some resisted. Few survived. Disgracefully, remnants of the Nazi ideology survived and informed part of Donald Trump’s ultra-right coalition.

World at War: The Final Solution

excerpts from the British television documentary

  

 

 

 

 

 

(Three episodes blocked by Google, at one point whose search engine algorithms were arranged so that if one searched for “Holocaust” the first things to come up were screeds about how it never happened.)

 

 


Eleven million people, non-combatants killed not for what they did but for who they were. Six million of them were Jewish. No doubt there are in many places government or company policies that bar remembrance. But basic human decency forbids you to forget.

 

 

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MDP, The business leaders’ campaign against the Social Security Fund

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They seek to do business with
the money of the insured

by the Popular Democratic Movement (MDP)

In their most recent attack against public, universal, solidary and comprehensive Social Security, the economically dominant sectors, through a group of supposed experts linked to the leaders of the business groups, have proposed as a false solution to the problems of the Program of Disability, Old Age and Death (IVM), to transfer all insured persons to the individual account system.

No to misery pensions

According to this, the contributions of the people who are in the solidarity program would not be credited with any interest, and their contributions would lose a lot of value due to the continuous increase in prices over the years. In this way, employees’ rights are violated with the individual account. This, in itself, would mean misery pensions for the insured, because these individual accounts would only give the right to pensions much worse than the current ones.

We reject the theft of funds from the insured

Furthermore, given the effect of Law 51 of December 27, 2005, which left the solidarity system practically without funds, the CSS would not have the resources to contribute money to individual accounts. Most likely, the government would deliver some form of debt that, as CERPAN was, that could be sold in the market to supplement the amounts that the institution can contribute. Given the pressure of international financial organizations – whose interest is the contraction of spending, especially social spending — it is expected that this contribution would be insufficient. This bond -type debt would be sold on a market with great speculation — as in the stock market — as happened with CERPAN, and lose a good part of its value.

It’s robbery in the style of the Pinochet dictatorship

This proposal of individual accounts means applying in Panama the mechanism that the bloody military dictatorship of Pinochet used. That nefarious system in Chile caused massive civic protests due to the damage it caused to workers in that country.

Projected effects of individual accounts

To assess the proposal of the economically dominant sectors in Panama, it is convenient to point out that the presidential commission appointed to study the case of Chile by that country’s former President Bachelet, reached the conclusion that around 80% of Chilean retirees will receive pensions below the minimum wage. That same commission concluded that 50% of pensioners will, between 2025 and 2035, receive pensions equivalent to only 15% or less of their average salaries in their last 10 working years.

They intend to privatize the funds and divide Seguro Social

The proposal to generalize individual accounts is related to the business leaders’ initiative that seeks to divide the CSS in two, with an institution dedicated to health and another to pensions. In the case of pensions, it is about handing over the administration of the old age, disability and survivors programs’ (IVM) funds to private companies. It is worth noting that the Chilean pension reform of individual accounts determined that wage earners should contribute 3% of their salaries as a management fee to the private administrators of the pension fund.

It’s urgent to return to the solidarity system

Faced with this very serious proposal, the IVM Board of the Alternative Forum rejects any attempt to turn the entire pension system into individual accounts, as well as to divide the CSS in two. We call for the return to the solidarity system. We will present our proposals for this, demonstrating how this alternative can be fair and viable.

No more impoverishment of the population

We call on all social organizations and the general public to categorically reject this new attempt by the economically dominant sectors and the current administration. Its application will only impose a new, heavy, and unnecessary burden on the country’s working population.

 

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New research: How androgynous is your brain?

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How androgynous are you? Photo by Thomas Piercy.

‘Male’ vs ‘female’ brains: having a mix
is common and offers advantages

by Barbara Jacquelyn Sahakian, Christelle LangleyQiang Luo and Yi Zhang

From advertising to the workplace, it is often assumed that men and women are fundamentally different – from Mars and Venus, respectively. Of course, we all know people who are more androgynous, having a mix of personality traits that are stereotypically considered to be male or female. Importantly, such “psychological androgyny” has long been associated with traits such as better cognitive flexibility (the mental ability to shift between different tasks or thoughts), social competence and mental health.

But how does this relate to the brain? Are people who are more androgynous in their behavior going against their biological nature, doing things that their brains are not optimized for? It’s long been unknown whether there is such a thing as brain androgyny. But our new study, published in Cerebral Cortex, suggests it does exist – and it’s common.

Psychological androgyny is thought to be psychologically protective. For example, we know it is associated with fewer mental health problems such as depression and anxiety. It has also been linked to higher creativity.

We’re all familiar with the traits that are stereotypically classified as male or female. Men, for example, are not encouraged to express feelings or cry when upset. Instead they are expected to be tough, assertive, rational and good at visuospatial tasks such as map reading. Women, on the other hand, are often expected to be more emotional, nurturing and better at language.

But these differences are likely to be partly down to social norms and expectations – we all want to be liked, so we conform. If a girl is told that it is rude or unbecoming to be assertive, for example, she may change her behavior to accommodate this, affecting her future career choices. Female adolescents, for example, may not be encouraged by friends and family to consider rewarding but dangerous careers such as the military or policing.

Sex in the brain

Scientists have long argued over how different male and female brains really are. There are many reports of differences between male and female brains in the literature. Other researchers, however, argue that these differences are tiny and the categories are anything but absolute. One study suggested that, psychologically, most of us are in fact probably somewhere on a spectrum between what we stereotypically consider a “male” and a “female.”

But does that mean that the people who fall somewhere in the middle are more androgynous in their brains as well as their behavior? To test this, we created a brain continuum using a machine-learning algorithm and neuroimaging data. While male and female brains are similar, the connectivity between different brain areas have been shown to differ. We used these connectivity markers to characterize the brains of 9,620 participants (4,495 male and 5,125 female).

Outdated: Men are from Mars and women are from Venus. wjarek

We discovered that brains were indeed distributed across the entire continuum rather than just at the two ends. In a subsample, approximately 25% of brains were identified as male, 25% as female and 50% were distributed across the androgynous section of the continuum. What’s more, we found that participants who mapped at the center of this continuum, representing androgyny, had fewer mental health symptoms, such as depression and anxiety, compared with those at the two extreme ends.

These findings support our novel hypothesis that there exists a neuroimaging concept of brain androgyny, which may be associated with better mental health in a similar way to psychological androgyny.

Why androgyny benefits us

To learn new things in order to adapt to the ever-changing global environment, we need to be able to be attentive to the world around us. We must also have mental wellbeing, flexibility and be able to employ a wide range of life strategies.

These skills enable us to rapidly understand external context and decide on the optimal response. They help us take advantage of time-limited opportunities and instill resilience. Therefore, these skills confer an advantage for people with androgynous brains, with others being less likely to flourish.

But why is this the case? A meta-analysis of 78 studies of about 20,000 participants revealed that men who conform to typical masculine norms, for example never relying on others and exercising power over women, suffered more psychiatric symptoms than others, including depression, loneliness and substance abuse. They also felt more isolated, lacking social connections to others.

Image of a macho-looking man with a big beard.

 

Being macho doesn’t seem to make men happy. Volodymyr TVERDOKHLIB/Shutterstock

Women who try to conform pay a price too, perhaps opting out of their dream job because the industry is dominated by men or taking on the majority of tedious household chores. An androgynous person, however, is not influenced by gender norms to the same extent.

That doesn’t mean that there’s no hope for those at the extreme ends of the spectrum. The brain is changeable (plastic) to an extent. It is likely that the androgynous brain is influenced both by genetic and environmental factors, as well as an interaction between the two. Our own study has suggests people’s level of brain androgyny may change over the life course.

Future research is required to understand the influences on brain androgyny across the life span and how environmental factors, such as education, may affect it. Given that we have found that an androgynous brain offers better mental health, it follows that, for optimal performance in school, work and for better wellbeing throughout life, we need to avoid extreme stereotypes and offer children well-balanced opportunities as they grow up.The Conversation

 

Barbara Jacquelyn Sahakian, Professor of Clinical Neuropsychology, University of Cambridge; Christelle Langley, Postdoctoral Research Associate, Cognitive Neuroscience, University of Cambridge; Qiang Luo, Associate Principal Investigator of Neuroscience, Fudan University, and Yi Zhang, Visiting Phd Candidate, University of Cambridge

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Kermit’s birds / Las aves de Kermit

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Masked Tityra ~ Titira enmascarado (también conocido como Puerquito) ~ Tityra Semifasciada. Photographed at / encontrado en Cerro Azul, Panamá, © Kermit Nourse.

Masked Tityra / Titira enmascarado

by Kermit Nourse

 

This handsome bird ranges from the middle of Mexico to southeastern Brazil. It favors fruiting trees, especially at forest edges or in partially cleared land. It likes to nest in tall, dead trees.. It’s common on both sides of Panama, except for the Dry Arc lowlands of Cocle and Panama Oeste. In addition to the mainland it’s also found on the islands of Coiba and Cebaco.

 

Este hermoso pájaro se extiende desde el centro de México hasta el sureste de Brasil. Prefiere los árboles frutales, especialmente en los bordes del bosque o en terrenos parcialmente despejados. Le gusta anidar en árboles altos y muertos. Es común en ambos lados de Panamá, excepto en las tierras bajas del Arco Seco de Coclé y Panamá Oeste. Además del continente también se encuentra en las islas de Coiba y Cebaco.

  

 

 

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What is and isn’t good news about COVID-19 strains

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COVID-19: being more transmissible rather than more deadly isn’t good news

by Christian Yates, University of Bath

Every time the coronavirus replicates, it has a chance to mutate. And given that it is currently rampaging around the world, it has plenty of opportunities to do just that.

Many mutations will make little or no difference to the virus’s ability to spread or cause more severe disease. Others will make it less likely to spread – those mutations are more likely to die out. But some will make the virus more deadly or more transmissible. These are the mutations we need to worry about.

On the afternoon of Friday 18, December, the UK government was alerted to the possibility that a new variant of the coronavirus circulating in the UK was 70% more transmissible than previously dominant variants.

Without any control measures (such as social distancing or wearing a mask), in a wholly susceptible population each person newly infected with the previously dominant variant of the virus would pass it on to three others (known as the basic reproduction number or R0). With a 70% increase in transmissibility, the number of people each person might infect, in the absence of control measures, increases to around five.

Fortunately, we have taken preventative measures to reduce the reproduction number (R) and slow the spread of the virus. However, even if these control measures were enough to reduce the previous variant’s R to 1 (the critical value below which infections start to fall), they would only reduce the new variant’s R to 1.7. Every ten people infected would infect 17 others and infections would spread exponentially.

In short, this increased transmissibility looked like really bad news. The hard lockdown the UK undertook last spring was thought to be enough to reduce R for the old variant to around 0.6. A 70% increase in transmissibility would mean that it was questionable whether even restrictions as tight as the ones the UK implemented in the spring of 2020 would be enough to suppress the spread of the new variant.

As more has become known, this estimate of increased transmissibility has begun to be revised down. A follow-up study from researchers at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine – which is yet to be published in a scientific journal – suggested that the variant might be between 50-70% more transmissible. A more recent investigation from Public Health England suggested that the variant may only be between 30-50% more transmissible. This might explain why the UK’s current lockdown, which is less stringent than the first lockdown, has been enough to bring cases of this more transmissible variant down. Whatever the exact figure, there is little doubt that the new variant is significantly more transmissible.

Variants of concern

As new variants (particularly B117) take hold in countries around the world, there are three things we should be worried about: first, whether the new variants are more transmissible; second, whether they are more deadly, and third, whether they are able to evade the COVID vaccines that are currently being rolled out.

There is no evidence to suggest that the UK variant makes any of the approved vaccines less effective, (although there is reason to believe the new South African variant may render existing immunity less effective).

Indeed, news of the increased transmissibility of the new variant is often accompanied by a seemingly reassuring mention that the variant is not more deadly. Many news outlets have cited the “law of declining virulence,” which suggests that a more transmissible variant will be associated with milder illness. The idea behind the theory is that viruses that evolve to be more deadly will wipe out their host before being passed on, limiting chains of transmission and causing the variant to die out.

Unfortunately, given the long infectious period of COVID-19, the potential for asymptomatic transmission, and the length of time between infection and death, there is no reason why this rule of thumb should hold. But given that we have a more transmissible variant that does not appear to be more deadly, should we be happier about this than if it were the other way around?

In fact, even a 30% more transmissible variant can be way worse than a variant that is 30% more deadly. At the heart of this counter-intuitive assertion lies an old foe that has plagued us right from the start of this pandemic: exponential growth. Here’s a simple thought experiment that helps to explain why.

Imagine the old variant spreading under measures that have reduced R to 1. Starting with 10,000 infected people, every generation interval (time becoming infected and infecting someone else) they will infect 10,000 more. Of everyone that gets infected, let’s assume that 1% of them will die. After ten generations, 100,000 new infections will have occurred leading to 1,000 deaths.

With a variant that is 30% more deadly, the same number of infections will occur, but they will lead to 1,300 deaths. Yet with a variant that is 30% more transmissible but not more deadly, because cases will grow exponentially, the eventual death toll over the same period stretches to over 4,200. The longer this goes on for, the bigger the death toll discrepancy between the more transmissible and the more deadly strain becomes.

A hypothetical scenario demonstrates that the total number of deaths from a 30% transmissible variant significantly outweighs the number of deaths from a variant that is 30% more deadly.

While the above scenario is not intended to be completely realistic, it illustrates that a change in the rate at which the disease spreads exponentially can have a far more significant impact than the rate at which it kills. We shouldn’t take comfort when we hear of the emergence of new variants that are “more transmissible, but no more deadly.”

 

Christian Yates, Senior Lecturer in Mathematical Biology, University of Bath

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¿Wappin? Algo caribeño / Something Caribbean

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Marcus Garvey, quien de joven fue periodista en Panamá.
Marcus Garvey, who as a young man was a journalist in Panama.

Parte de quienes somos / Part of who we are

Olga Tañón – Basta Ya
https://youtu.be/iwzeruC0Y9U

Pablo Milanés – Concierto del Tributo al Tropicana
https://youtu.be/EYRqUFOMvfA

I-Threes – Many Are Called
https://youtu.be/Hm2t8tUEHgY

Johue Ashby & C3 Project – Concierto Mi Cultura en Casa:
https://youtu.be/luzNcWNPNr0

Romeo Santos, Monchy & Alexandra – Años Luz
https://youtu.be/ZlXPuY9uHL4

The Beachers – Fiesta Caribeña
https://youtu.be/lg_TKbbItHM

Dimelo Flow, Sech, Tyga & J.I – Girl Like You
https://youtu.be/3d4Zq-IQsuA

 

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The Lazy Man’s organic permaculture

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John Douglas, the Lazy Man — El Perezoso in Spanish — teaching Peace Corps volunteers on his old farm. Here the magic circle technique is applied on a hillside. A pit is dug, at the bottom of which a banana stem is planted. The rocks get lined up below the pit, parallel to the slope, to slow any runoff. Into the pit, and on the upside of the rocks, will go plant debris. Along the top of the pit, soil dug out of the hole will form a circle and along that circle other things will be planted. Things will be planted between the stones. The pit will gather and conserve water. The reinforced line of stones, plants and compost will, too. Archive photo by Eric Jackson.

Stopping erosion

by John A. Douglas

Controlling erosion automatically gives us more water to use.

Neat. Huh?

Running water wider goes together with running it slower so it can soak in more.

Slow. Wide. Penetration.

Permaculture says the problem is the solutions. How about those problem rocks bothering you and the scraps you and your neighbor are burning? Put them in horizontal barricades. Plant those rows with vetiver and…

Harvest bananas and lay the trunks horizontal.

Contrary to the rancheros crying on TV every year that their cows have no water…. Maybe we could plant a tree or two.

And then….

Horizontal ditches with that dirt below and planted with the same trees.

We ARE onto something.

Let’s Go guys and gals.

See you in Sonadora.

Don Perezoso
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The new farm in La Sonadora, in Penonome district a few miles north of the town center. Plant close to your house and not only will you get privacy hedges of sorts, but the number of steps from harvest to your kitchen will be many fewer. Photo by Eric Jackson.

Small, intensive and close

Generally we do the opposite and don’t have the time and daily reminders and wind up weedy and unproductive. Neither really happy nor proud.

My workers always tell me that my single best advice is “close.” You will use less time, energy and resources. Weeds almost pull themselves while the goodies and favorite flavors happily fall into your kitchen pot.

Those are the gardens that please and grow.

Start SMALL, INTENSIVE and CLOSE.

End up happier.

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El discurso inaugural de Biden, traducido al español

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El día de la renovación

discurso inaugural de Joe Biden

Este es el día del Estados Unido de América. El día de la historia y la esperanza, de la renovación.

Estados Unidos ha sido puesto a prueba una vez más y Estados Unidos ha dicho “presente” ante este desafío. La voluntad del pueblo ha sido escuchada.

La democracia es preciosa, es frágil; pero en estos momentos, mis amigos, la democracia ha prevalecido.

En este sitio tan sagrado donde hace unos días la violencia quiso sacudir los cimientos de la democracia, nos unimos para la transferencia pacífica del poder, como hemos hecho desde hace más de dos siglos.

Ponemos la mira en la nación que podemos ser y que queremos ser. Sé de la resistencia de nuestra Constitución y la fortaleza de nuestra nación.

Acabo de tomar un juramento sagrado que han tomado cada uno de nuestros patriotas. Pero todo esto no depende de cada uno de nosotros, sino de todos nosotros, de nosotros, el pueblo. Con tormentas y guerras, hemos logrado tanto. Hay que reparar mucho, hay que restaurar mucho, hay que sanar mucho, y hay mucho que podemos lograr.

Pocos momentos han sido más desafiantes para nuestra nación. Y hablo del impacto de la pandemia del coronavirus, del grito de justicia racial. Tenemos que confrontar la supremacía blanca, el terrorismo doméstico. Para restaurar el alma de Estados Unidos se requiere más que palabras.

Pido a todos los estadounidenses que se unan a mí en esta causa. Unidos para luchar a los enemigos que encaramos: ira, extremismo, falta de empleos, de esperanza…

Con la unidad podemos hacer cosas importantes. Podemos hacer de Estados Unidos una fuerza que dirige el bien en todo el mundo.

Las fuerzas que nos dividen son profundas, reales, pero no es algo nuevo. Nuestra historia ha sido una lucha constante entre la idea de que todos somos iguales, y la realidad del racismo.

La historia, la fe, el raciocinio nos muestran el camino. Podemos vernos no como adversarios, sino como vecinos, tratarnos con respeto y bajar la temperatura

Sin unidad no hay paz, sólo furia y amargura. No hay progreso, sólo caos. Este es el momento histórico de enfrentar estos desafíos. Tenemos que enfrentarlos como los Estados Unidos de América.

Jamás hemos fracasado los Estados Unidos. En este sitio vamos a comenzar a escucharnos de nuevo, a vernos uno al otro, a mostrar respeto el uno por el otro

La política no tiene que ser fuego que destruye todo a su paso. Creo que Estados Unidos es mejor que eso”.


Esta turba pensó que podía usar la violencia para silenciar al pueblo. No ocurrió, nunca ocurrirá, ni mañana. Jamás ocurrirá. Para todos los que respaldaron la campaña, me siento humilde por la fe que pusieron en nosotros. A los que no, escúchenme. Si siguen en desacuerdo, está bien, pero escúchenme el desacuerdo no nos puede llevar a la desunión.

Yo seré el presidente de todos. Lucharé por aquellos que sí me respaldaron y los que no. Nos enseñaron en las últimas semanas una verdad dolorosa: hay verdades y hay mentiras. Y llama a defender la verdad y derrotar las mentiras.

Entiendo que muchos miran al futuro con temor, que se preocupan por sus empleos. Les prometo que entiendo. Pero la respuesta no es dejar de confiar en los que no son igual a ustedes. Tenemos que terminar con esta guerra civil que pone el rojo contra el azul, republicanos contra demócratas, conservadores contra liberales.

Podemos lograrlo si mostramos un poco de tolerancia y de libertad, podemos darnos una mano, ayudarnos unos a otro. Si lo hacemos, tendremos un país más fuerte y aún podemos estar en desacuerdo, pero necesitamos toda nuestra fuerza para prevalecer a este invierno oscuro.

Vamos a descartar la politiquería y encarar esta pandemia como una sola nación. El mundo nos está viendo.

Y este es el mensaje: Estados Unidos ha sido puesto a prueba y hemos salido más fuertes. Vamos a cumplir con el mundo. Vamos a salir a delante con el poder de nuestro ejemplo.

Mi primera acción como presidente es pedirles a todos unirnos en una oración silenciosa por todos aquellos que perdimos en esta pandemia: 400 mil personas

Vamos a honrarlos siendo el pueblo y la nación que debemos ser y les pide orar en silencio, amigos, este es un momento de prueba. Encaramos un ataque a nuestra democracia, un virus, el estigma de un racismo sistémico…

Son desafíos profundos, pero los encaramos de golpe ahora vamos a decir: presente, es momento de ser osados; prometo que nosotros los vamos a ayudar a ustedes y ustedes a mí. Vamos a controlar estos momentos tan difíciles y dar a nuestros hijos un mejor mundo, creo que sí lo lograremos y escribiremos un nuevo capítulo en la historia de Estados Unidos.

Y recuerda lo que dice el Himno Nacional de Estados Unidos: ‘Yo te di lo mejor de mí”’ que nuestros hijos, y los hijos de nuestros hijos digan: dieron lo mejor de ellos.

Les doy mi palabra de que siempre diré la verdad, defenderé la Constitución, defenderé a los Estados Unidos de América, y les daré lo mejor a ustedes. Vamos a escribir una historia de la esperanza, de dignidad, de decencia, de amor y sanamiento; la historia que dice que lo mejor está por venir se lo debemos a las generaciones pasadas y futura: que Dios bendiga a Estados Unidos y proteja a nuestras tropas.

Gracias, estadounidenses”.

 

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America’s Day

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An enduring symbol that our old friend France gave to us. Wikimedia photo by James Hertan.

Highlights of the Joe Biden Inaugural

 

 

 

 

 

 

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