Published januar 21 2017.
January 20, the inaugurtion day was red. The next day started as women's day, coloured in pink pussy hats.
This is not about Donald Trump, this is not about Hillary Clinton. This is not against anything. It is for established rights for women, immigrants, hispanic, black, white, poor, homosexuals, disabled, sick and white. This is bigger than Donald Trump, but he created the movement. It is for human rights and a multicultural world where all have the same rights and possibilities. Some don't want the stupid wall and thousands of split families. A woman saaid, I am not a Mexican or a muslim, but I am offended by what I have heard. Girls and womens rights are human rights. It can be the beginning of a movement that may manifest itself as a political force in two and four years. Commentators say that this has to be more than a march. It has to be organized.
The next Commander in Chief, will he be a doer in chief and / or a uniter in chief, too? People march all over the world. We let the news stories on this historic day talk for itself.
- Photos Of Pussy Hats At The Women's March Proves How One Idea Can Inspire Many
- Pink Pussy Hats Unite Millions at Women’s Marches Around the World
- The Women's March is more than an anti-Trump protest. Here's what participants want.
- A sea of pink hats, everywhere you look.
- Protests around world show solidarity with Women's March on Washington
- The concept is simple: Create a "sea of pink" at the Women's March on Washington.
- Washingtonpost | Millions protest at Women’s Marches across U.S.
- Pictures From Women’s Marches Around the World
- Women's march on Washington
- Cnn | Bildt: It's the end of the West as we know it
- Washingtonpost | Bildt: It’s the end of the West as we know it
Published october 20 2016.
Pink and cancer.
You may have noted the pink ribbon. Pink ribbon is a so strong symbol that it has got its own month, october and of course related web sites. Pink Ribbon Inc. is a charity organization aimed to create a global community to support breast cancer patients, survivors and their families all over the world. When you visit that website, you find that there is a related organiztion site. In Norway , "den rosa sløyfe aksjonen" (the Pink Ribbon Campaign) has its own day in october. And there is an international campaign as shown in the following videoes:
Can colours be used to manipulate the public?
This video claims, This is how every desease industry works today:
The title of the video is "PINK RIBBONS ARE A PSYOP: How the disease industry scams society year after year". Everything can be misused and manipulated, so the above video reminds us that you should be sceptical, especially to campaigns appealing to our emotions. You find similar sceptical videoes:So let us play devils advocate for a moment. Let us say that the global fundraising potential is USD one trillion. Then as an economist, I know that there will be a fight for a share of this amount. And those that cries loudest will most often get the biggest pice of the cake. This has led to counter orgranizations where it is possible to donate online. Think before you pink is such an organization with there own site on the internet.
Cancer is always bad, especially when it hits children. More about that in the semantic link collection.
For 12 years, Breast Cancer Action’s Think Before You Pink® campaign has held corporations accountable for their toxic pink ribbon products.
Published october 19 2016.
Pink or P!nk?
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia:
Here is one of her well known videos on YouTube.
Alecia Beth Moore (born September 8, 1979), known professionally as Pink (frequently stylized as P!nk), is an American singer, songwriter, dancer, and actress. She was signed to her first record label with original R&B girl group Choice in 1995. The label saw potential in only Pink, offering her a solo deal.
But this is not about Alecia Beth Moore or P!nk, even if much could have been written about this famous American singer, not least because of her duet with Kenny Chesney "Setting The World On Fire":
The pink community
I am a member of a Norwegian SEO group. At a meeting, I said it is so difficult to get top hits on the search engine result pages (SERPS) and I asked if anybody could explain why? You are too little the pink was the direct answer from one member. He talked to a Norwegian pensioner, 69 years old. So I am too little pink? It is about color and not about content? Of course he did not mean that. But he could mean that I am too old and outdated. In other words, I should take the plug out of my internet connection.
Nevertheless, I wrote an article about it on my company's homepage and today I ordered PinkNorway.com. You find much more articles and content in the semantic link collection at the end of that article. You will at once note that I write about the pink mass, more precisely the pink communities. The YouTubers are one of these communities.
Pink noise calms crying baby
Both white noise and pink noise contain all the frequencies that are audible to humans — 20 hertz to 20,000 hertz — but the way their signal power is distributed among those frequencies differs. White noise has equal power per hertz throughout all frequencies, while the power per hertz in pink noise decreases as the frequency increases.
Source: The first link in the semantic link collection.
"White noise" like the hiss of a snake, arises from random movements, or movements too complex for our brain to encompass. Our sense of hearing has tremendous powers of discrimination when it comes to discovering order. This is important for our survival. We can distinguish the hiss of a snake from the roar of a waterfall ahead, from the melodic trickling of water in a desert canyon.
Source: Link with anchor text What's in a Sound? in the semantic links collection.
So the ability to discriminate sounds, is important to our survival! We may wonder, are there more to the pink community and pink bloggers (see below) than we are able to identify? Is there a deeper connection? A baby should by nature not like white noise. It may be easy to drown in the pink mass where it is difficult to be heard. But pink noise has a relevant connection to physics and getting babies to sleep. White (the derivative of brown noise) and brown noise (the integration of white noise) are concepts known from mathematical physics, but so is pink noise and is used in the analysis of financial time series. So no wonder why some pink bloggers are good buisiness women. I write women, since it is most often related to young women. Why does pink noise calm babies? Does it simulate the sound the baby hears in the mother's stomach? I don't know, but it is a fact that no blogger group, get so much attention in Norwegian news media as pink bloggers.
The pink bloggers
I don't know how popular pink bloggers are abroad. This query: pink bloggers may indicate that it is best known in Norway. The two first hits October 18th 2016 are:
- The journal of Torill Elvira Mortensen - an associate professor at the IT University of Copenhagen.
- Sophie Elise's blog
You should be able to find the rest of the hits. I don't know how much the Danish professor earn on her journal, but I can tell you that Sophie Elise earns millions.