Dieser kleine, rote Octopus darf in Ihrer Unterwasserlandschaft nicht fehlen. Geben Sie ihm ein Zuhause. Im Gegenzug wird er mit seinen leuchtenden Farben Vielfalt in ihr Aquarium bringen. Und gefÃ¼ttert werden muss er auch nicht. Handarbeit Farbglas stabiler Geschenkkarton GrÃ¶Ãe (B/H/T): 85/46/75mm
In 2011 Sy Montgomery wrote a feature for Orion magazine entitled ´Deep Intellect´ about her friendship with a sensitive, sweet-natured octopus named Athena and the grief she felt at her death. It went viral, indicating the widespread fascination with these mysterious, almost alien-like creatures. Since then Sy has practised true immersion journalism, from New England aquarium tanks to the reefs of French Polynesia and the Gulf of Mexico, pursuing these wild, solitary shape-shifters. Octopuses have varied personalities and intelligence they show in myriad ways: endless trickery to escape enclosures and get food; jetting water playfully to bounce objects like balls; and evading caretakers by using a scoop net as a trampoline and running around the floor on eight arms. But with a beak like a parrot, venom like a snake, and a tongue covered with teeth, how can such a beingknowanything? And what sort of thoughts could it think? The intelligence of dogs, birds, and chimpanzees was only recently accepted by scientists, who now are establishing the intelligence of the octopus, watching them solve problems and deciphering the meaning of their colour-changing camouflage techniques. Montgomery chronicles this growing appreciation of the octopus, but also tells a love story. By turns funny, entertaining, touching and profound, The Soul of an Octopus reveals what octopuses can teach us about consciousness and the meeting of two very different minds.
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Today´s show starts with a look into the exotic world of underwater sex - between octopuses. The octopus is a solitary creature until it´s time to mate. A Scientific American blog article reveals what really happens when the creatures need to get down. In a Seattle aquarium, a pair was joined together in a very public fashion with onlookers observing 16 arms and 4,000 suckers as the couple entwined. After four-plus hours, the octopuses were released back into Puget Sound to lay eggs in the wild, and then, sadly, each animal - as is the standard octopus destiny - died soon after mating. What a love story! Next, Susie profiles author Hanne Blank´s new audiobooks: Virgin: The Untouched History, Straight: The Surprisingly Short History of Heterosexuality, and Big, Big Love: A Sex and Relationships Guide for People of Size (and Those Who Love Them). Susie talks about Blank´s unique approach to writing how-to sex books. And we´ll hear an audio sample with narrator Johanna Taylor from Big, Big Love that deals with the myths associated with people of size. Hint: size doesn´t stop many people from having great sex! Then, it´s the ´´Try This at Home´´ mailbag. A female listener writes in about a problem with her babysitter: ´´After a night out with my husband, when returning home, we found our babysitter in the middle of the act, rolling on the floor in the kitchen with a teenage boy. I´m not a prude, but yikes!´´ Have a question? You can call Susie´s hotline at 831-480-5110. And you can send your confidential questions - plus requests for free samples and blog banners! - to email@example.com. [Episode 564, April 5, 2013] Explicit Language Warning: You must be 18 years or older to purchase this program. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Susie Bright. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/pf/suzy/130405/pf_suzy_130405_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
In this hour, philosopher David Chalmers is famous for outlining the ´´hard problem of consciousness.´´ He says the materialist framework of science will never be able to explain subjective experience - our thoughts and feelings, the expereince of joy or sorrow, self-awareness. Next, neuroscientist David Eagleman says most of the brain´s real action happens below the level of the conscious mind. He tells Anne Strainchamps that the brain can be described as ´´a team of rivals,´´ with different mental functions competing against each other.Then, the laws of physics and biology can explain just about everything about the world we live in, but consciousness is immaterial. So how does something as physical - as wet and gooshy - as the brain produce something as insubstantial as thought? Steve Paulson reports on the conflicting viewpoints of various scientists and philosophers.After that, no creature is more mysterious and amazing than the octopus. Science writer Sy Montgomery discovered this first-hand when she met Athena, an octopus at the New England Aquarium. Following that, philosopher Alva Noe says it´s a mistake to regard consciousness as strictly a product of our brain. He says consciousness is something we do; it springs from our body´s interactin with the world around us.And finally, pianist Vijay Iyer is one of the most original jazz musicians of his generation. He also has a Ph.D. in music cognition and the rare ability to describe the interplay between music and the brain. [Broadcast Date: November 7, 2012] 1. Language: English. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/rt/tbon/121107/rt_tbon_121107_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Christmas and Candy Canes celebrates the holidays with Santa´s elves, singing mermaids, and a surprise party. The doves flutter, the mermaids dance, and Goldy Goldfish and her little friends twirl with the blue bubbles in their park aquarium. Ollie and Oscar Octopus become friends while exploring the island´s cave. The sea horses fastened pretty-colored shells to the tall sea grass. The big surprise is a sunken ship with many treasures. Santa and his helpers are very busy making toys for his special nighttime travel by sleigh. Mikey gives a special Christmas present. A barnyard chipmunk has a hidden home in the barn. Feathery friends enjoy their new birdhouses built by their human friend Mr. Smith. The jolly Snow family are so happy, and they dance and sing. Pen-Pen gets a pair of ice skates. Randy the Reindeer makes a special Christmas present for his family. Reddy and Robby Raccoon get into mischief at the babbling brook. Reading Rabbit helps the teacher. Squeaky Squirrel squeaks and squeaks with his new shoes, helping Mr. Owl with a special musical sound. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Erin Meyer. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/106874/bk_acx0_106874_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Fizzlebert Stump lives in a circus. His mum´s a clown, his best friend is a bearded boy, and he sticks his head in a lion´s mouth every night. Other than that, he´s pretty normal. When Fish the sea lion goes missing Fizzlebert tracks down the runaway beast to the Aquarium, with its piratical owner Admiral Spratt-Haddock, invisible octopus, and colour-coded fish. But the Aquarium has problems of its own. Fish (not Fish the sea lion, fish. Keep up.) are going missing, and the Admiral blames the circus. Can Fizzlebert solve the mystery, avoid an over-enthusiastic crocodile, and find his friend? 1. Language: English. Narrator: Daniel Hill. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/adbl/018154/bk_adbl_018154_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Table Of Contents Pg # Title 5.All-Star Fudgy Baseballs and Bats 6.Apple Smiles 7.Bunny Salad 8.Butterfly Bites 9.Cats Eyes 10.Chocolate Spiders version #1 11.Chocolate Spiders version #2 12.Clown Faces 13.Daisy Apple 14.Dirt Cups 15.Easter Mints Kids Can Make 16.Eyeballs on Ritz 17.Fish in the River 18.Funny Face Carrot Salad 19.Jello Aquarium Recipe 20.Octopus Dogs 21.Peaches with a Sunshine Smile 22.Peanut Butter Caterpillars 23.Peanut Butter Turtles 24.Potato Pups 25.Rock Candy 26.Rudolph the Reindeer 27.Snake Hot Dogs 28.Teddy Bear Carousel 29.Wagons Gross But Fun Recipes: 30.Boogers On A Stick 31.Brain Cell Salad 32.Brains on the Half Skull 33.Butchered Snake Bits With Barbecue Sauce 34.Cat Litter Casserole 35.Chicken Pox Pancakes 36.Chopped Off Fingers Pizza 37.Chuckies Upchuck 38.Dead Sea Soup 39.Diaper Dump Porridge 40.Flat Cat Cookies 41.Gross Guess?! 42.Hairball Salad with Saliva Dressing 43.Homemade Maggot Stew 44.Nose Blow Burritos 45.Penicillin Pizza 46.Puked Up Potatoes 47.Ralphs Retch 48.Sewer Soda 49.Snouts & Beans 50.Spit-Wad Sandwiches 51.Toasted Tongues 52.Tortured Tomatoes with Bird Dropping Dressing 53.Worm Burgers Lunch Recipes: 54.Apple Pancakes 55.Banana Hot Dog Sandwich 56.Basic Pancakes 57.Bologna and Cheesewitch 58.Brunch Pizza 59.Caramel French Toast 60.Cheese and Fruitwich 61.Chilaquiles 62.Cream Cheese Sandwich 63.Crispy Corn Dogs 64.Crunchy French Toast 65.Curried Tuna Sandwich 66.English Muffin Pizza 67.Fruit Sandwich 68.Green Spaghetti 69.Mock chopped liver 70.Peanut Butter and Jelly French Toast 71.Peanut Butter Noodles 72.Pease Porridge Hot 73.Pizza on Rye 74.Sailboats and Canoes 75.Top Dog Snack Recipes: 76.Popcorn Cake 77.Mixed Fruit and Toffee Corn 78.Microwave Carmelcorn 79.Peanut Butter Chocolate Rice Krispie Treats 80.Kids Trail Mix 81.Kids Snackin Corn 82.Classic Spinach Spread 83.Kids Krunchy Krazy Korn 84.Kabibbles 85.Hobo Popcorn 86.Puppy Chow 87.Pineapple Cheese Squares 88.Armchair Quarterback Crunch 89.Clingons 90.Chex & Chocolate Party Mix 91.Cheerio Bars 92.Bugs on a Log 93.Chocolate Peanut Butter Dip 94.Cheese and Carrot Corps 95.Monster Munch 96.Roasted Soybeans 97.Marshmallow Sandwich 98.Pizza Rice Cakes 99.Pizza Pinwheels 100.Peanut Pitas 101.Ants in the Sand 102.Oyster Cracker Snacks 103.Toadstools 104.Spicy Nuts 105.Cannoli for Kids! 106.Eggsquisite Easter Baskets 107.Homemade Cracker Jacks 108.Kandy Fun Kakes 109.Peanut Butter Snack 110.Kids Popcorn Balls 111.Peanut Butter Nanaimo Bars 112.Popcorn Cake 113.Popcorn Snacks 114.Peanut Butter Candy 115.Caramel Corn 116.Butter Mints 117.Diabetic Kids Snackin Corn 118.After-School Mix 119.Five-Spice Walnuts 120.Crunchy Noodle Jumble 121.Chunky Date, Coconut and Almond Granola 122.Chocolate Snack Blocks 123.Chex Muddy Buddies 124.Carmeled Peanuts 125.Carmel Corn Pops 126.Caramel-Nut Corn 127.Gelatin Rainbow Autor
In this hour, philosopher David Chalmers is famous for outlining the ´´hard problem of consciousness.´´ He says the materialist framework of science will never be able to explain subjective experience - our thoughts and feelings, the expereince of joy or sorrow, self-awareness. Next, neuroscientist David Eagleman says most of the brain´s real action happens below the level of the conscious mind. He tells Anne Strainchamps that the brain can be described as ´´a team of rivals,´´ with different mental functions competing against each other.Then, the laws of physics and biology can explain just about everything about the world we live in, but consciousness is immaterial. So how does something as physical - as wet and gooshy - as the brain produce something as insubstantial as thought? Steve Paulson reports on the conflicting viewpoints of various scientists and philosophers.After that, no creature is more mysterious and amazing than the octopus. Science writer Sy Montgomery discovered this first-hand when she met Athena, an octopus at the New England Aquarium. Following that, philosopher Alva Noe says it´s a mistake to regard consciousness as strictly a product of our brain. He says consciousness is something we do; it springs from our body´s interactin with the world around us.And finally, pianist Vijay Iyer is one of the most original jazz musicians of his generation. He also has a Ph.D. in music cognition and the rare ability to describe the interplay between music and the brain. [Broadcast Date: July 19, 2013] 1. Language: English. Narrator: Jim Fleming. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/rt/tbon/130719/rt_tbon_130719_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Ich habe hier tolle Knöpfe der Firma Dress It Up. Creatures Of The Sea Zum Verschönern von Kleidungsstücken, Taschen, Mützen Schals, Patchwork, Quilting und Bastelarbeiten (siehe Bild). Auch super geeignet für Scrapbooking oder als Deko (Streuteile), da sich die Lasche ganz einfach mit einem Seitenschneider abknipsen lässt. Sie erhalten 1 Packung, also alle abgebildeten Knöpfe! Angaben zu Kombi-Versandkosten, Lieferzeit und Gebühren, könnt ihr bei Bezahlung & Versand nachlesen! Verwendete Materialien Kunststoff Die Knöpfe sind laut Hersteller maschinenwaschbar bis 40°. Am besten von links undoder im Wäschesack. GrößeMaßeGewicht Seepferdchen ca. 26x17mm Stichworte Scrapbooking Basteln Quilting Patchwork Knopf Knöpfe Motivknöpfe Motivknopf Motiv Embellishments Verzierung Nähen Schneider Fisch Fische Kugelfisch Kofferfisch Krake Tintenfisch Octopus Oktopus Qualle Meduse Medusa Seepferdchen Muschel Schnecke Meerestier Korallenriff Riff Great Barrier Reef Meer Ozean See Aquarium Augen lustig spaßig