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1. Yutaka Yamada - Sorrow, Rize's Melody EP 12, Tokyo Ghoul OST (Piano Cover)

Yutaka Yamada - Sorrow, Rize's Melody EP 12, Tokyo Ghoul OST (Piano Cover)

Tokyo Ghoul (Japanese: 東京喰種トーキョーグール Hepburn: Tōkyō Gūru) is a manga series by Sui Ishida. It was serialized in Shueisha's seinen manga magazine Weekly Young Jump between September 2011 and September 2014 and has been collected in fourteen tankōbon volumes as of August 2014. A sequel titled Tokyo Ghoul:re began serialization in the same magazine in October 2014 and a prequel titled Tokyo Ghoul: JACK ran online on Jump Live. A 12-episode anime television series adaptation by studio Pierrot aired on Tokyo MX between July and September 2014. A 12-episode second season, Tokyo Ghoul √A, which follows an original story, began airing on January 8, 2015 and concluded on March 26, 2015. In North America, Viz Media is publishing the manga while Funimation has licensed the anime series for streaming and home video distribution. The anime was obtained by Madman Entertainment for digital distribution in Australia and New Zealand. A 12-episode anime television series adaptation by Pierrot aired on Tokyo MX between July 4 and September 19, 2014. It also aired on TVA, TVQ, TVO, AT-X and Dlife. The opening theme song is "Unravel" by TK from Ling Tosite Sigure, and the ending theme is "Saints" (聖者たち Seijatachi) performed by People In The Box. Funimation has licensed the anime series for streaming and home video distribution in North America. A second season, titled Tokyo Ghoul √A (root A) premiered in Japan on January 8, 2015. The opening theme song is "Incompetence" (無能 Munō) by österreich, while the ending theme is "The Seasons Die Out, One After Another" (季節は次々死んでいく Kisetsu wa Tsugitsugi Shindeiku?) by Amazarashi. Tokyo Ghoul was the 27th best-selling manga series in Japan in 2013, with 1,666,348 estimated sales. As of January 2014, the manga had sold around 2.6 million copies. Tokyo Ghoul was the 4th best-selling manga series in Japan in 2014, with 6,946,203 copies sold.

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2. Future Human Visionaries #12 — Jan Boelen on the multidimensional museum

Future Human Visionaries #12 — Jan Boelen on the multidimensional museum

Welcome to Visionaries, a podcast dedicated to futurological thinkers brought to you by Future Human and the V&A. We seek out people who are reimagining innovation in their field and ask them to apply their intelligence to emerging trends. Jan Boelen is a Belgian art curator and academic who is the director of the Z33 gallery in Hassalt, Belgium. Z33 run art exhibitions that imagine future societies and the issues they will face. He describes the tension between physical and digital experience in our everyday lives, and how this is shaping contemporary artwork. How are museums making themselves a multidimensional experience for visitors? Is the idea of the ‘post-institutional’ museum just a fanciful dream? And is there a danger that the complex ambitions of modern cultural institutions will alienate visitors? Presented by Ben Beaumont-Thomas.

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3. Flow - Colors, Code Geass OP1 (Piano Cover)

Flow - Colors, Code Geass OP1 (Piano Cover)

Flow is a Japanese rock band, that formed in 1998 and signed on to Sony Music Japan's Ki/oon Records label. Flow is a five-piece band made up of two vocalists, a drummer, a bassist, and a guitarist. As of March 2015, the band has released 29 singles and 9 studio albums. Their songs have been used in the opening sequences of several anime series. The group's base was created in 1993 when brothers Kōshi (elder: vocals, occasional rhythm guitar) and Take (younger: guitar) began playing together. They formed Flow in 1998, and were eventually joined by Keigo (vocals), Gotō (bass) and Iwasaki (drums; joined in 2000). In 2001, the band released its first maxi single, "Flow #0". The group then released two mini-albums within the same year, both of which took nationwide indie charts by storm. "Okuru Kotoba", Flow's first cover single, was released in January 2003. It remained on the Oricon indie chart for seven consecutive weeks and also hit an impressive No. 6 on the overall singles chart. In the spring of that year, their first full-scale album Splash!!! debuted at No. 2. In July 2003, Flow released the single "Blaster" on a major label, Ki/oon Records. In April 2004, they released "GO!!!", which stayed on the Oricon Top 10 Chart for three weeks. In May 2004, Flow released their first major album Game. A string of singles followed and in July 2005 the band released its third album, Golden Coast. Since the release of Golden Coast, Flow has released two singles with new A-sides, but one of these Around The World / Kandata was a double A-side release. The songs "GO!!!" and "Re:member" both served as opening themes to the anime series Naruto, as well as "Sign" for Naruto Shippuden. "Days" was the first opening for Bones' Eureka Seven anime, and "Realize" was the opening for the PlayStation 2 video games based on the same series. Flow performed live in America for the first time in Dallas, Texas on September 2, 2006 at Anime Fest which was held at the Hyatt Hotel and Convention Center in downtown Dallas. Flow then released "Colors" in 2006, the first opening for Sunrise's original series, Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion. They provided a cover of "Cha-La Head-Cha-La" as the main theme song for the film Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Gods; the song, coupled with an insert song from the film, was released as a double A-side single on March 20, 2013, and subsequently would be featured as the opening theme for Dragon Ball video games such as Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Z and Dragon Ball XenoVerse. Flow released their eighth studio album Flow The Max!!! on March 27, 2013. Flow went to Brazil for the first time to perform at Ressacca Friends in 2013. Their single "Ai Ai Ai ni Utarete Bye Bye Bye" released on February 26, 2014 was used as the second opening to the anime Samurai Flamenco. Flow returned to Brazil in the summer of 2014 to perform at Anime Friends in Sao Paulo and at SuperCon in Recife. They returned to perform at Anime Fest after 8 years in August 2014 at the Sheraton Dallas Hotel. Their single, "7 -seven-", was a collaboration with the band Granrodeo and was featured as the ending theme to the anime The Seven Deadly Sins. Flow released their second anime best album compilation Flow Anime Best Kiwami on February 25, 2015. Flow's first-ever world tour, Flow World Tour 2015 Kiwami, will see them performing five times in Japan and fourteen times in seven other countries. Their first digital single, "Hikari Oikakete" (光追いかけて), was released on March 21, 2015 and was used as the image song for the Naruto stage play Live Spectacle Naruto. Their single "Niji no Sora" (虹の空) will be used as the 34th ending theme of Naruto Shippuden.

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4. Future Human Visionaries #9 — Ken Arnold on the ‘post-institutional’ museum

Future Human Visionaries #9 — Ken Arnold on the ‘post-institutional’ museum

Welcome to Visionaries, a podcast dedicated to futurological thinkers brought to you by Future Human and the V&A. We seek out people who are reimagining innovation in their field and ask them to apply their intelligence to emerging trends. Ken Arnold is the head of Public Programmes at the Wellcome Collection, a world renowned museum that explores ideas connecting medicine, art and everyday life. As the principal manager of their public exhibitions, he describes the changing role of the museum amid a culture that is increasingly shaped by new digital technologies and services. Will the ‘post-institutional’ museum curate expertise instead of artefacts? And might cultural institutions that help us understand our past evolve into public theatres for the futurological visions of artists and scientists? Presented by Jack Gwilym Roberts.

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5. Joe Hisaishi - Merry Go Round Of Life, Howl's Moving Castle, ハウルの動く城 (Piano Solo)

Joe Hisaishi - Merry Go Round Of Life, Howl's Moving Castle, ハウルの動く城 (Piano Solo)

Mamoru Fujisawa (藤澤 守 Fujisawa Mamoru, born December 6, 1950), known professionally as Joe Hisaishi (久石 譲 Hisaishi Jō), is a composer and musical director known for over 100 film scores and solo albums dating back to 1981. While possessing a stylistically distinct sound, Hisaishi's music has been known to explore and incorporate different genres, including minimalist, experimental electronic, European classical, and Japanese classical. Lesser known are the other musical roles he plays; he is also a typesetter, author, arranger, and conductor. He is best known for his work with animator Hayao Miyazaki, having composed scores for many of his films, including Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind (1984), Laputa: Castle in the Sky (1986), My Neighbor Totoro (1988), Kiki's Delivery Service (1989), Porco Rosso (1992), Princess Mononoke (1997), Spirited Away (2001), Howl's Moving Castle (2004), Ponyo (2008), and The Wind Rises (2013). He is also recognized for the soundtracks he has provided for filmmaker 'Beat' Takeshi Kitano, including A Scene at the Sea (1991), Sonatine (1993), Kids Return (1996), Hana-bi (1997), Kikujiro (1999), and Dolls (2002), as well for the video game Ni no Kuni. He was a student of legendary anime composer Takeo Watanabe.

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6. Horie Yui - Sweet & Sweet Cherry - Golden Time ED1 (Piano Cover)

Horie Yui - Sweet & Sweet Cherry - Golden Time ED1 (Piano Cover)

Yui Horie (堀江 由衣 Horie Yui, born September 20, 1976) is a Japanese voice actress, stage actress and singer-songwriter, affiliated with VIMS and Starchild. She has been affectionately nicknamed "Hocchan" (ほっちゃん) by her Japanese fans. She debuted as a voice actress in 1997, releasing her debut single "My best friend" on November 18, 1998. Since then, she has been involved in over 150 productions in addition to promotional material, concert performances, as well as charting several albums and singles. She won the award for Best Supporting Voice Actress in the 4th Seiyu Awards. She is one of a handful of Japanese idol voice actors that rose to prominence in the 2000's, who's popularity today has been attributed to their solid experience and long term interaction with their fan base, as opposed to the contemporary norms of youth and beauty in the entertainment industry. As a result of her ongoing success, she has performed solo at large music venues, such as the Nippon Budokan in 2009 and the Yoyogi National Gymnasium - First Stadium in 2015, each with capacities of approximately 14,000 and 13,000 respectively. Her official fanclub is the 'Black Cat Alliance'. Some of her notable roles include Naru Narusegawa in Love Hina, Multi in To Heart, Tohru Honda in Fruits Basket, Ai in Dōbutsu no Mori, Ayu Tsukimiya in Kanon and Hitomi in the Dead or Alive game series.

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7. LRB Lecture Edward W Said London lecture: Human dignity in Jerusalem

LRB Lecture Edward W Said London lecture: Human dignity in Jerusalem

Professor Rashid Khalidi, Edward Said Professor of Modern Arab Studies, Columbia University, gives the second annual Edward W Said London Lecture. LRB Lecture at the British Museum, 31 May 2011

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8. Forum - Reverberations: the Holocaust, human rights, and the museum

Forum - Reverberations: the Holocaust, human rights, and the museum

A panel presents fresh perspectives on museums approaches to human rights and the Holocaust, exploring and explicating contemporary international debates. Experts from various disciplinary backgrounds alongside museum practitioners analyse, challenge, and critically assess existing approaches, while considering possible future directions for these increasingly influential institutions. For while human rights museums with a Holocaust core or theme proliferate internationally, this burgeoning area of museology has not yet been subject to systematic scholarly study. By comparing and contrasting the unique combination of advocacy (human rights) with memory (the Holocaust), the ARC Linkage project Reverberations: The Holocaust, Human Rights and the Museum is setting the agenda for theory, practice, and policy with regard to human rights and Holocaust museums in the 21st century. Chaired by Dr Avril Alba, a Senior Lecturer in Holocaust Studies and Jewish Civilisation, and Director (Acting) of the Museums and Heritage Program, University of Sydney. SPEAKERS: - Associate Professor Jennifer Barrett publishes on museums, culture, art, and the public sphere. - Ms Tali Nates, Founder and Director of the Johannesburg Holocaust and Genocide Centre, South Africa. - Associate Professor Adam Muller, Department of English, Film, and Theatre at the University of Manitoba, studies the representation of genocide, atrocity and mass violence. - Professor Jennifer Carter, Director of the graduate museology programs at the Université du Québec à Montréal, where she is also professor of new museologies, intangible heritage and cultural objects in the Department of Art History. Presented by Sydney Ideas on 28 Feb 2017: http://sydney.edu.au/sydney_ideas/lectures/2017/reverberations_holocaust_humanrights_museums_forum.shtml

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9. Being Human in the Age of Artificial Intelligence with Max Tegmark and Neil deGrasse Tyson

Being Human in the Age of Artificial Intelligence with Max Tegmark and Neil deGrasse Tyson

Artificial intelligence is growing at an astounding rate, but are we ready for the consequences? Cosmologist and MIT physics professor Max Tegmark guides us through the state of artificial intelligence today and the many paths we might take in further developing this technology. Hayden Planetarium director Neil deGrasse Tyson moderates, with an introduction by Ward Wheeler, curator of Invertebrate Zoology and computational science at the American Museum of Natural History. This Frontiers Lecture took place in the Museum’s Hayden Planetarium on January 8, 2018. Max Tegmark will be participating in the 2018 Isaac Asimov Memorial Debate happening next week at the Museum. The podcast of that event will be available on February 15.

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10. Hiroyuki Sawano - aLIEz, Aldnoah.Zero (Piano Cover)

Hiroyuki Sawano - aLIEz, Aldnoah.Zero (Piano Cover)

Sawano was born in Tokyo, Japan. He began playing piano in elementary school. From the age of 17 he studied composition, arrangement, orchestration, and piano under Nobuchika Tsuboi. In 2014 he launched a new vocal song project under the name "SawanoHiroyuki[nZk]", producing the first album UnChild with Aimer as the vocalist under the name SawanoHiroyuki[nZk]:Aimer. Since then his songs under this vocal song project have also been used as the opening and ending themes for various anime, including Aldnoah.Zero and Seraph of the End.

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11. Sora Amamiya, Tsuki Akari - Akame ga Kill! ED2 (Piano Cover)

Sora Amamiya, Tsuki Akari - Akame ga Kill! ED2 (Piano Cover)

Sora Amamiya (雨宮 天 Amamiya Sora, born August 28, 1993 in Tokyo) is a Japanese voice actress and singer. She is affiliated with Music Ray'n.

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12. How to build a virtual human

How to build a virtual human

Recorded at the Science Museum on 27 September 2017 One day your doctor will be able to recreate you in a computer so that a virtual version of you can be used to try out treatments, like a crash test dummy, guinea pig and trial volunteer all rolled into one. Your digital doppelgänger could breathe, blister and bleed. It could be dissected, probed and explored in unprecedented detail, helping to work out the treatments that work best for you. Join Roger Highfield with Prof Peter Coveney (UCL) who leads the consortium, on simulating how drugs work in the body, for instance to treat cancer and Aids Prof Blanca Rodriguez (Oxford University), on virtual hearts Prof Marco Viceconti (Sheffield University), a key player in the Virtual Physiological Human initiative Prof Alfons Hoekstra (University of Amsterdam), on virtual blood vessels and more

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13. Human Effigy Pipe

  • Published: 2015-03-02T20:06:52Z
  • By The Met
Human Effigy Pipe

Hear curators and contemporary Native artists discuss the rich artistic traditions of Plains culture as seen in painting, drawing, embroidery, and sculpture.

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14. Larger Than Life or Human Being?

  • Published: 2014-12-13T21:29:07Z
  • By The Met
Larger Than Life or Human Being?

“How would a sculptor have set about remaking the first man who ever existed?” – Luke Syson, curator More about this object: http://www.metmuseum.org/collection/viewpoints/adam How does the sculpted body communicate? Hear from Met experts, leading authorities, and rising stars, each with a unique viewpoint on the language of gesture, facial expression, and pose. See all viewpoints: http://www.metmuseum.org/collection/viewpoints Join the conversation: #MetViewpoints

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15. SciCafe—Orangutans, Obesity, and Human Evolution with Erin Vogel

SciCafe—Orangutans, Obesity, and Human Evolution with Erin Vogel

While wild orangutans in the rainforests of Borneo feed on a remarkable variety of plant life, they also endure unpredictable cycles of feast and famine. Erin Vogel of Rutgers University explains how research on these primates’ diet and health may help us to better understand the evolution of early human diets, as well as provide insight into today’s global obesity epidemic. This SciCafe took place on June 6, 2018. To watch a video version of this lecture, visit: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tforcdqDWIg For a full transcript of this podcast, visit: https://www.amnh.org/explore/news-blogs/podcasts/podcast-scicafe-orangutans-obesity-and-human-evolution-with-erin-vogel Subscribe to the [email protected] Podcast on iTunes, Soundcloud, or wherever you get your podcasts. The SciCafe series is proudly sponsored by Judy and Josh Weston. This SciCafe event is presented in collaboration witht The Leakey Foundation. SciCafe: Primate Palate: Orangutans, Obesity, and Human Evolution, and related activities are generously supported by the Science Education Partnership Award (SEPA) program of the National Institute of Health (NIH).

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16. SciCafe: Stress and Human Evolution

SciCafe: Stress and Human Evolution

How do trauma, poverty, and racial discrimination influence our health? What about our evolutionary history causes our bodies to respond in this way? Biological anthropologist Zaneta Thayer explores the biological mechanisms through which early life stress influences biology and health later on. This lecture took place at the Museum on April 5, 2017. To learn about upcoming SciCafe events, visit amnh.org/scicafe. For a full transcript of this podcast, visit: http://www.amnh.org/explore/news-blogs/podcasts/scicafe-stress-and-human-evolution Watch a video version of this lecture here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zbgFb0QP2ys The SciCafe series is proudly sponsored by Judy and Josh Weston. This SciCafe event is presented in collaboration with The Leakey Foundation.

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17. NY Times Bestseller turned museum exhibit: Human rights come to the Skirball

  • Published: 2011-11-03T17:33:40Z
  • By KCRW
NY Times Bestseller turned museum exhibit: Human rights come to the Skirball

Some authors dream of their books being sold to Hollywood. Bestselling NY Times journalists Nick Kristof and Sheryl Wu-Dunn had theirs picked up by a museum. The Skirball Center has brought to life their book HALF THE SKY, about oppressed women and how they are being hoisted out of poverty thanks to ingenuity, micro-loans, and sheer will. KCRW's Lisa Napoli paid a visit to this new exhibit.

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