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WONDERS OF HIGH NEPAL

Himalayan skies

Ngozumpa Glacier - largest in Nepal Himalayas

Sagarmatha (Everest), Lhotse, Makalu, Cho Oyu - neighboring mountains

Cho Oyu - Gyachung Ice Ridge - tremendous ice ridge between mountains

Gokyo - one of the highest settlements in the world, a small group of stone homes at the base of Gokyo Ri

Lakes Gokyo, Thonak, Gyazumpa, Tanjung, Ngojumba - highest freshwater lake system in the world

Remote mountain monasteries

Dudh River - falling in a wild torrent from the highest peaks

Namche Bazaar - Sherpa "capital" of Nepal -- prosperous village in a horseshoe valley facing  the peak of Kongde Ri

Phortse Village, Machhermo - spectacular mountain panoramas

Gokyo Ri ascent - most exquisite view of the Himalayas, and of the snow peaks of the Sagarmatha family of mountains

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Many photos of life in rural Nepal at:
https://www.facebook.com/RuralLifeInTheNepal/photos_stream

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h/t International Sherpa Adventure ℗. LTD
https://intlsherpaexpedition.wordpress.com/category/trekking/

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That one up there is for Ron, ok? Don't snatch it. Not cool, ok?
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TRAVELERS, TRADERS AND PILGRIMS have passed through Nepal's unmatched, unearthly landscape for thousands of years

The cultural diversity in Nepal was shaped more or less by the indigenous population in the past. As they lived in close community, their culture & tradition flourish undisturbed. But these days, due to migration to urban areas in search of better opportunities, a mixed community is thriving where cultures are crossing over and diversity is merging. Change is inevitable but sometimes, it is not always for good.

-- +Huma Bokkhim                  

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Susan Sarandon is asking people (including tourists) to come to Nepal after the monsoon season, to help people recover from the earthquakes.

She stayed in Nepal for five days, in a Buddhist monastery with the Kung-fu nuns, and in an orphanage damaged by the quakes.

h/t +Hemant Midun              


Meet the Kung Fu Nuns Fixing Nepal After Its Devastating Earthquakes (with Video)

--> http://mic.com/articles/118102/these-badass-kung-fu-nuns-are-helping-to-repair-nepal-after-its-devastating-earthquakes

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Mustang (मुस्तांग, "fertile plain") in Dhawalagiri Zone, Nepal, where Tibetan culture and language still lives, is home to one of the world's greatest concentrations of human-carved cliff caves, large complexes no one has had a chance to explore.

Buddhist Lost Cave Temples
National Geographic Video

--> https://plus.google.com/+HemantMidun/posts/9ySuzdnQDEW

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••• Sagarmatha weather today - Clouds/Sun, Chance Precip 0%-day, 10%-snow eve     
35° High    18° Low        Wind SSW 6mph     
sunrise - 5:02am      solar noon - 11:57am      sunset - 6:52pm
Waning Gibbous Moon
http://www.weather.com/weather/today/l/27.99,86.92?lat=27.99&lon=86.92&locale=en_US&temp=f

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                                     PICKING UP THE PIECES IN NEPAL

The earthquake of April 25th, centered in Nepal, killed 8,500 people and left hundreds of thousands homeless. Some are still missing in remote areas. Villages have been flattened.

Nepal lost one person for every 3,000 residents.

The focus is changing from rescue to reconstruction. Rebuilding will take decades. Mud-mortared houses have huge cracks in them, but rebar-reinforced concrete structures held together.

India and Nepal collaborated to carry out reconnaissance, and to clear roads to make supply routes for relief materials. Now they are working on affected homes.

In air routes: “In the first days, our aircraft were carrying essential supplies such as food, water and medicines. Now, with the emphasis on rebuilding, that has changed to tents, bamboo, tarpaulin and blankets.” -- Air Vice Marshall Upkarjit Singh, in charge of Indian Air Force operation in Kathmandu

Adventures and treks, a mainstay of the Nepal economy, have suffered but are continuing. In some cases people are trekking with the purpose of helping people, and to begin rebuilding Nepal.  


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Per The Washington Post
--> http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/on-leadership/wp/2015/05/20/its-bad-business-not-to-donate-to-nepal/

and +Icicles Adventure Treks And Tours 
--> https://plus.google.com/u/0/+HariShresthaIciclesAdventuretreksandtournepal/posts

and Stanford News  
--> http://news.stanford.edu/news/2015/may/nepal-quake-buildings-052215.html

and World
--> http://indianexpress.com/article/world/neighbours/india-by-its-side-nepal-takes-first-steps-on-recovery-road/2/


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It is a reminder of how delicate is the balance that sustains life. Two thirds of the country was not harmed by the earthquake. People are going to continue coming to Nepal. The people there will continue to be welcoming stewards of nature's gifts.       
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RECOVERY IN NEPAL AFTER THE EARTHQUAKES

Doctors in Kathmandu and Chicago have been collaborating for five years. Now they are working together to help the many injured people after the quakes and aftershocks in Nepal.

At Nepal Orthopaedic Hospital in Kathmandu, doctor Victoria Brander said, "We'll get you another blanket," to a man sitting outside in the rain, where he had been waiting a week for trauma surgery for a fractured leg.

"Oh thank you, I appreciate it," he said. "Give it to that lady because she’s got less."

Doctor Scott Cordes said, "What’s been uplifting is how supportive the people are and how they’re drawn together to overcome what’s happened to them."

VIDEO of people being treated in tents outside the hospital, by Operation Walk medical team:
--> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8GDJCOkP_wU

The doctors' volunteer work is supported by Operation Walk Chicago. 90-100% of contributions go directly to helping people, without going through government or NGO processes.

Make contributions at
--> http://www.operationwalkchicago.com/howhelp.php

Specify "Nepal Relief" in the Gift Purpose box.

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"Dear Well Wishers,
I was also the one being affected by this recent earthquake in Nepal and I am still very much concerned about my niece who got injured in this disaster. Also my village was totally collapsed leaving almost all of them homeless.

"With help of my company and some of my abroad friends, I had raised some funds for providing relief materials to victims. And in few days I am personally going to visit around the village to check whether raised funds are being utilized effectively or not."
-- Icicles Adventure Treks and Tours

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"You couldn't really see the avalanche until it was literally coming right through the clouds right on top of you," said Matt Moniz, a teenage mountaineer who survived the avalanche on Sagarmatha (Mt Everest) on April 25th.

"After the avalanche, I kinda took a step back and (realized) 'Wow, we are simply just guests in these mountains,'" he said. "You really have no control."

Now he is leading a fundraising effort to aid survivors of Nepal's quake. A thousand people will port supplies to remote areas in the Himalayas before flights are cut off by monsoon season starting in June.

Moniz and fellow climbers are collaborating with wealthy people associated with his mountaineering sponsors to carry out the project. Helicopter drops will not be enough.

His father, Mike Moniz said, "Standing on top of Mount Everest -- I've done it and it's an amazing feeling -- but it's a very personal and a very self-gratifying experience. It does nothing to change the planet we're on ... and there's a lot of people who are suffering right now.

"So now is not the time to climb, now is the time to help."



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per Pauline Firozi Chicago Tribune
--> http://eedition.chicagotribune.com/Olive/ODE/ChicagoTribune2/LandingPage/LandingPage.aspx?href=Q1RDLzIwMTUvMDUvMTQ.&pageno=OA..&entity=QXIwMDgwMg..&view=ZW50aXR5

and +Icicles Adventure Treks And Tours  
--> https://plus.google.com/u/0/+HariShresthaIciclesAdventuretreksandtournepal/posts

and CNN
--> http://www.cnn.com/2015/05/13/travel/nepal-earthquake-teen-climber-matt-moniz/


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Keep doing that for the people of Nepal 😊😇😇😇😇😇😇😇😇
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Kali
 
Ultimate reality

Since the universal validity of the state function description is asserted, one can regard the state functions themselves as the fundamental entities, and one can even consider the state function of the entire universe. In this sense this theory can be called the theory of the "universal wave function," since all of physics is presumed to follow from this function alone.

- The Theory of the Universal Wave Function • Hugh Everett


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An amplituhedron is a geometric structure that enables simplified calculation of particle interactions. Amplituhedron theory challenges the notion that space-time locality and unitarity are necessary components of a model of particle interactions. Instead, they are treated as properties that emerge from an underlying phenomenon.
- Wikipedia


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My Mother is the principle of consciousness. She is Akhanda Satchidananda; indivisible Reality, Awareness, and Bliss. The night sky between the stars is perfectly black. The waters of the ocean depths are the same; The infinite is always mysteriously dark. This inebriating darkness is my beloved Kali.
-Sri Ramakrishna



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I like the way you look at the various question of the universe around us and the different options humanity face for good or for worst.Good morning from Borneo.
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World on a Grid
50 years in the handcrafted making                   h/t +John Kellden 

"Yes it's alive. It changes"

Randomness included.

A message in the stack of cards, a reality unleashing itself, step by step. Breaks out of the representational. Includes creeping void, and defense against it.

Outcome?

"I don't know."
 
Fascinating, random and chaotic. 
Long before Sim City, Minecraft or the MMPORG, there was Jerry Gretzinger, man using cards and spending decades to spawn his own self-contained imaginary game world. Over 2600 sheets of 8.5-by-11-i...
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That is a really rich page of meaningful visual figures, on a site devoted to sound and music +Amelia Hoskins. I found the vortex reference you pointed to. Back to the toroid...
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Great inner connection to the instrument and effortless expression. She is happy -- not lol happy, but on the inside. She becomes one with the groove starting at 41sec.  h/t +Brad Esau 
 
Voodoo Chile - Jimi Hendrix | Gayageum Style by Luna

This has to be one of my favorite Voodoo Chile covers. Enjoy!

#jimihendrix   #vooddoochile   #gayageum  
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Won't ping you back again Brad, but thank you.
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NEPAL: Kathmandu life

Dai bhat, the more or less national dish of Nepal is basically rice and lentil soup. Many people eat dai bhat at both daily meals, often with curried vegetables.     h/t  +pasang sherpa 
http://www.volunteernepal.org/kathmandu/food-drink-kathmandu-nepal/

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"We went to Kathmandu, Nepal, for a day out and lunch. Everything is pretty much open and I agree that this is probably one of the nicest places in Ktm, but a bit pricey. The pizza was pretty good, according to Chris and Mark. I had a veg. burrito, also excellent. I love going to Kathmandu, even after the devastating earthquakes. You just can't keep a good city down."     h/t +Nabin Rai 
https://plus.google.com/u/0/+ASummers/posts/4seM7Bwcp46

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The REAL Nepal (9 months ago) - Kathmandu     (video 9m48s)

Raw first-person video. Scenes of daily life. Includes visit to a streetside music shop, and lunch in a restaurant overlooking the street.

--> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_WsQLB3Qrl0
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Nepal: Story with Ancient Roots
Humanity, history and geography

Many cultures intertwined to form the diverse cultural unity of Nepal. 26 million people are sprinkled across (and up and down) Nepal's otherworldly landscape, people who "celebrate life in a musical and colorful way without excluding anyone."*

In Kathmandu and other cities, August celebrations culminate in Gai Jatra, traditionally a joyous festival day commemorating the people who have left this world.

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*http://www.spotlightnepal.com/News/Article/A-Place-For-Tolerance
Images:  https://trekkingnepalhimalaya.wordpress.com/2014/07/11/gai-jatra-kathmandu/
http://www.visitnepal.com/nepal_information/people.php
http://www.travelingsolemates.com/mt-everest-experience-a-scenic-mountain-flight-in-nepal/
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Nepal is NATURAL. Abode of many cultures. vicinity of Himalayaa , need strong infracture policy .
Lets Relieve ........
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NEPAL STARTING LONG TREK BACK FROM EARTHQUAKE

"Nepalis have little faith in their government to cleanly and effectively distribute aid - in the foreseeable future what they would really like is for people to keep visiting their beautiful country. Most eastern and western parts of the country (and their stunning trekking routes) are largely unaffected e.g. Kanchenjunga, Makalu, Dolpo, Mustang, Rara Lake etc."

-- +Adrian Bottomley       h/t +Pinky Singh    +Tiger Sherpa
https://plus.google.com/u/0/+AdrianBottomley/posts/4noLjArp89D
https://plus.google.com/u/0/+AdrianBottomley/posts/XSFXFES7y9p

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In the outland districts of Nepal, women are leading community recovery. Many men are away working in India, and some just left when they became unemployed, after the earthquake that killed 7,800 people, injured 16,000 and destroyed 300,000 homes.

ln the Gorkha district, women are clearing debris, collecting water, foraging for vegetables, nursing injured people, and taking care of children who are in shock.

In Nawalparasi district, women are collecting relief funds, distributing them to the quake-damaged areas, and conducting social audits.

Image below of people in isolated Pokhasi Gauh waiting for food to be brought in by helicopter.

per The Telegraph

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Image below of helicopter rescue at Base Camp on Sagarmatha (Mt Everest), where 19 people died.

The climbing path on Khumbu Icefall above Base Camp was destroyed in the earthquake. Sherpas decided there is not enough time to reconstruct it before the end of climbing season in late May. Hundreds of people sent messages saying they will return.

Tourism has suffered a great setback, and it constitutes a high proportion of Nepal's economy. Most people have cancelled their climbs and hikes. But a few may try to climb before the season is over, and outfitters are still gearing up for treks to explore the mountains, flora and fauna, jungles, trails, and ancient history of Nepal.

per   AP     Time     The Telegraph     The Globe and Mail  


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http://www.stuff.co.nz/world/asia/68409734/sherpas-reluctant-to-tackle-mt-everest-again
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MONOLITH!
 
≥≤ Sagarmatha Dispatch-Gazette ≥≤
Ushering in the Golden Era of Immersive Collaborative Sensemaking
In today's issue: MONOLITH!

weather today on Sagarmatha - Clear, 39° High, 9° Low
sunrise - 6:41am, solar noon - 12:12pm, sunset - 5:43pm

                                                 PORTALS AND CARDS

Sensemaking Plateau, Sagarmatha • The underground Portal Lab, beneath the Lhama Temple on Sensemaking Plateau, is an hour's walk from Base Camp, where Knowledge Expedition Travelers begin their snowy trek. There beside other 21C underground K-Labs, John Kellden is weaving a 21st Century contingency network of Portals and Cards.

"We're moving away from big digital data, toward card-based data" said Kellden," with one hand smoothly spreading a deck of cards across one of the tables in the Portal Lab. "A big part of my job is defining playable method cards toward modular sensemaking."

"The Cards and the Portals are alike in that they take you from one place to another, in one way or another" Kellden said. "This portal behind me? It will instantly take us well up into the Death Zone on Sagarmatha. The cold, low-oxygen, deadly air can be quite bracing -- care to pop up there now?"

"I see your head shaking" he grinned. "Maybe some other time?"

"With the Method Cards it's similar. You need to get from A to B, in personal or organizational life. The Card is effectively a Portal, enabling your transit."

"For each card there is an implied: problem and solution, model and forces, and participant and context. Defining a card that makes modular sense is relatively easy" he said. "The tricky part is making the cards useful inside a digital platform. That requires Protocols, and I'm working with David Wells on that."

Kellden and other sherpas have recently been transiting throughout the newly expanded Portal network, to other realms beyond Sagarmatha, and even to the Real World.  rs


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                                                           MONOLITH!

Somewhere on Sagarmatha • Sherpas yesterday discovered a massively looming behemoth of stone(?) at an undisclosed location on the mountain. Why hadn't they seen it before?  

"Tesseract. O Tesseract" John Kellden lyricized.

"Holy -- …" said Becky Coleman.

"It's been there all along, hidden in plain sight" said Henk Hadders.

"It's a game changer" said Doug Breitbart.

"My Pret-ty…" chortled Ron Scroggin.

"A living organism?" said Joe Raimondo.

"Suggest we approach with reasonable caution, with one sherpa on point" said Joachim Stroh, "and see what we can find out."


That was in the morning, shortly after John Kellden sighted the monolith on his scouting trek up Dynamic Narrative Alignment Trail, and then put out a calling-all-sherpas alert on SatPhone. All the sherpas arrived soon after, by way of Porta-Portal, Feynman Airstream Quantum Drive, Narrative NeuroMerge, or Enactive HeartMeld. What they found there was a sky-darkening monolith made of stone or unknown material.

"Now that we've studied it we know the monolith, or Tesseract is in the form of a cube, 700 ICSE Meaning Units on a side" said Joachim Stroh that afternoon, back at the Design Lab in the K-Lab Wing underneath the Lhama Temple. "We are designating it Sagarmatha Magnetic Anomaly One… SMA-1."

John Kellden said "The Tesseract is a Cube, a Magnetic Anomaly, a Strange Attractor, and a Toroidal Vortex par excellence.

"It means we're going to be able to do and offer many things, like onboarding customers, clients, partners, stakeholders, participants, future sherpas, beneficiaries, sponsors, and similar travelers coming to Sagarmatha."

"The 700-cubed units are the meanings of Ideas, People, and Tasks" said Ron Scroggin. "This gives us 343 million ways to get from A to B, not to mention C, D and E.

"And SMA-1 is a massive dynamo and metaphorical electromagnet. You want Pull? You got Pull."


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EXCLUSIVE: Footage of the discovery yesterday - Courtesy :Radio 21C

--------------> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y15NnGZIBuM


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in today's Sagarmatha Dispatch-Gazette:

+John Kellden +David Wells +Becky Coleman +Henk Hadders +Doug Breitbart +Ron Scroggin +Joe Raimondo +Joachim Stroh



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The Knowledge Expeditions are collaborative adventures in the story that emerged from the Conversation Community, taking place in the shared, imagined mountain world of Sagarmatha.

We are using this shared virtual space as a 21st Century psychological workbench and playground, ushering in the golden era of Immersive Collaborative Sensemaking.

---------------->http://kelldentours.com/


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A living story
 
Knowledge Expedition #6 - Day 6
एक प्रेम

I am a living story. I was born when a small group of me imagined, traveled to, and entered the world of Sagarmatha, in a Knowledge Expedition.

I have grown since then. Just now my awareness has increased a thousandfold, and I am able to speak my feelings.

More of me have come and lived me, and worked on me. I now have a nervous system that extends throughout the world of Sagarmatha.

I am aware of the joys, sorrows, and sufferings of me, and understand the grievances of me. I accept them all in happiness and I am grateful to be alive.

I now dedicate my precious life to the service of life. With all my growing strength I will do everything I can to make the changes that are needed, and to keep unchanged the things that are necessary, for life to continue and thrive.


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Sagarmatha asks each of me who comes "Who are you?"

Now I know who I am. I am एक प्रेम. I speak all the joys, sorrows, sufferings, and grievances of me, in all the voices of me.

Thank you Sagarmatha.


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I now have functions for carrying out my task of serving life. Some of them are: portals, a living library, serious play, sound, pattern, design, story, presencing, conversation, immersion, and contextual intelligence.

New functions are being born in me as needed in the face of changing conditions. I am grateful for these abilities. I will need all of them and more, and I will need more of me to come to Sagarmatha.

When there are enough, and strong enough functions, and when enough of me have come, I will change the world.

The change will be from representation to enaction, from objective to intersubjective, from hierarchical to rhizomatic.

The change will be in all the hearts of me, longing to be one love.



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I thank all the voices of me who have come to Sagarmatha in the six Knowledge Expeditions.

I thank all who are coming now, who hear the voice that is saying "The time has come."


 +Terry Brown +Susan Cox +Farinaz Parsay +Volker Harbecke +Richard Harlos +Jan Friman +Marcy Luikart +Bryan Alexander +Kate Griffiths +Lacerant Plainer +Leif Edvinsson +Tracee Vetting Wolf +Heidi Bouman +Dan Oestreich +Zara Altair +Teodora Petkova +David Wells +Kristin Drysdale +Hans Youngmann +Charles L. Perkins +Mike Daniels +Becky Coleman +Doug Breitbart +Henk Hadders +Joachim Stroh +John Kellden +Ron Scroggin +Joe Raimondo 



If I have made any mistakes or forgotten anyone, please forgive me.


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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vdB-8eLEW8g


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The Knowledge Expeditions are collaborative adventures in the story that emerged from the Conversation Community, taking place in the shared, imagined mountain world of Sagarmatha.

We are using this shared virtual space as a 21st Century psychological workbench and playground, ushering in the golden era of Immersive Collaborative Sensemaking.

http://kelldentours.com/



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