Hailey Knox – Sugah Daddy & Lust (D’Angelo & Kendrick Lamar Cover)
Premiered 6 hours ago
My dear friend Frank Petrilli just turned me on to this wonderfully talented girl!
And Madonne am I glad he did! Woohooo is she fine! Damn!
Hailey Knox – “Off The Rails” Mash-Up (Crazy Train / Crazy In Love / Black Beatles / Fancy)
Published on Jun 12, 2017
“Off The Rails” Mash-Up featuring Ashlee Juno (Crazy Train / Crazy In Love / Black Beatles / Fancy) RUNAWAY! Out now! Stream here: haileyknox.ffm.to/runaway Follow Hailey: Facebook: www.facebook.com/haileyknoxmusic Twitter: twitter.com/haileyknoxmusic Instagram: instagram.com/haileyknoxmusic Spotify: smarturl.it/SpotifyHK
Hailey Knox – Traumatized – 4/24/2018 – Paste Studios – New York, NY
Published on Apr 25, 2018
Hailey Knox – Don’t Got One | Sofar NYC
Published on Jun 10, 2018
Hailey Knox performing “Don’t Got One” at Sofar NYC on April 6th, 2018.
Artist: Hailey Knox
Filmed by: Jacob Gonzalez, Laurisha Cotton
Edited by: Jacob Gonzalez
Audio by: Alex Pyle
This event was hosted by: Hub Seventeen at Lululemon
Note to my dear Blues Forteana readers, expect a lot more Knox in your box!
This, folks, is an exceptionally exciting image.
It was captured by my friend, full-time cryptozoologist Katy Elizabeth, on the sonar unit in her research vessel “Kelpie.”
That shape is undeniably suggestive of an aquatic animal. It’s rather sizeable, as well. It is, after all is said and done, a mighty fine shape to these old eyes.
I am sure there will be more of these. It is terribly unfortunate for our collective, vision-based minds that the waters of Lake Champlain are murky with dense plant life, as it makes photography a serious challenge.
I am digging the apparent resolution on her sonar gizmo, though. It is mighty good.
Visit Champ Search, eh.
The photography issue is a cultural “big one,” for some, but it’s just going to have to be … we shall proceed like modern astronomers … who use wacky wavelengths, occultations and spectrometrics to capture their prey … hey, man, we can watch our prey up close in real time, eh, what! Ha! Haha!
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NASA Will Fly Quadcopter On Saturn’s Largest Moon Looking For Signs Of Life
The quadcopter will be looking for prebiotic chemical processes common on both Titan and Earth. Dragonfly will be the first time NASA operates a multi-rotor vehicle for space exploration on another planet; it is classified as rotorcraft, has eight rotors and flies like a drone. Flying will be difficult and will use a lot of energy. This is because of Titan’s atmosphere is four times thicker than Earth’s.
Sometime in 2034, Dragonfly will land at the equatorial “Shangri-La” dune fields, which are similar to dunes in Namibia in southern Africa. For the next three years, Dragonfly will leapfrog around the moon, 5 miles at a time. At the end of its mission, it will reach the Selk impact crater, where there could be evidence of water and possible life.
I expect they want a safe landing spot thus what they are calling a desert is their first drop off point?
NASA has announced that our next destination in the solar system is the unique, richly organic world Titan. Advancing our search for the building blocks of life, the Dragonfly mission will fly multiple sorties to sample and examine sites around Saturn’s icy moon.
Dragonfly will launch in 2026 and arrive in 2034. The rotorcraft will fly to dozens of promising locations on Titan looking for prebiotic chemical processes common on both Titan and Earth. Dragonfly marks the first time NASA will fly a multi-rotor vehicle for science on another planet; it has eight rotors and flies like a large drone. It will take advantage of Titan’s dense atmosphere – four times denser than Earth’s – to become the first vehicle ever to fly its entire science payload to new places for repeatable and targeted access to surface materials.
Titan is an analog to the very early Earth, and can provide clues to how life may have arisen on our planet. During its 2.7-year baseline mission, Dragonfly will explore diverse environments from organic dunes to the floor of an impact crater where liquid water and complex organic materials key to life once existed together for possibly tens of thousands of years. Its instruments will study how far prebiotic chemistry may have progressed. They also will investigate the moon’s atmospheric and surface properties and its subsurface ocean and liquid reservoirs. Additionally, instruments will search for chemical evidence of past or extant life.
“With the Dragonfly mission, NASA will once again do what no one else can do,” said NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine.
NASA Announces DragonFly Mission to Titan
Published on Jun 27, 2019
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I bet you we see creatures!
Bottom of the River- Delta Rae (Smule Cover)
Published on Feb 23, 2018
Me solo singing “Bottom of The River”’by Delta Rae on Smule
What a voice! Wooee!
Ms. Dames has the voice of an angel.
I am so glad I found her.
“Crow Jane” Samantha Fish Band live on Blues Radio InternationalTV, Funky Biscuit, April 11, 2019
Blues Radio International
Published on Jul 3, 2019
The Samantha Fish Band live on Blues Radio InternationalTV at the Funky Biscuit, with “Crow Jane.”
Samantha Fish – Guitar / Vocals
Scotty Graves – Drums
Chris Alexander – Bass, Vocals
Chris Spies – Sax, Flute, Percussion
Harry Morter – Trumpet
Phil Breen – Keyboards
Recorded April 10, 2019
Sound by Ray Durso
Videography and multi camera mix by Michael Wolf
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Photograph by Jay Skolnick, photographer of record for Blues Radio International
Sammi and the Big Band !
Trident88 16 Channel Console with Analog VU Meters
A serious Nirvana-type trip, y’dig? Yes, this thing, inheriting all the goodness of the legendary Trident 80-series console by Mr. John Oram, known as the father of British EQ, is the real thing, as they say. It’s about $25K as it is in the picture. That fee is truly not bad at all seeing as it’s an actual, real, living Trident and all.
Elaine Morgan says we evolved from aquatic apes
Published on Jul 31, 2009
Elaine Morgan is a tenacious proponent of the aquatic ape hypothesis: the idea that humans evolved from primate ancestors who dwelt in watery habitats. Hear her spirited defense of the idea — and her theory on why mainstream science doesn’t take it seriously.
OMG I’m in love with this lady!
I, too, am a supporter of the aquatic apes in our history, you see.
Furthermore, I support the existence of an aquatic species who split off and started when we did. This species is still around today. Possibly having something to do with the ubiquitous USOs.
Dig it. They’re out there!