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Free Your (Eco)Mind

Think like an ecosystem, and you just might save the world

Gradually it’s dawned on me: We humans are creatures of the mind. We perceive the world according to our core, often unacknowledged, assumptions. They determine, literally, what we can see and what we cannot. Nothing so wrong with that, perhaps — except that, in this crucial do-or-die moment, we’re stuck with a mental map that is life-destroying.

And the premise of this map is lack — not enough of anything, from energy to food to parking spots; not enough goods and not enough goodness. In such a world, we come to believe, it’s compete or die. The popular British writer Philip Pullman says, “we evolved to suit a way of life which is acquisitive, territorial, and combative” and that “we have to overcome millions of years of evolution” to make the changes we need to avoid global catastrophe.
Read the rest of the article (I simply loved it) at PRI-Australia here.

TEDxCanberra - Nick Ritar - A Challenge to Live Sustainably

David Hales on P2P Currencies

Very good explanation for the Max Keiser report, describing the difference between Bitgcoin (payment system), Ripple (credit system), and the need for different ‘commons ecologies’ that compete with each other:

How Barter Followed and Did Not Precede the Creation of Money

David Graeber lays bare one of the key myths of economists, i.e. that money followed and simplified barter, while the historical and anthropological evidence shows the opposite:
How Barter Followed and Did Not Precede the Creation of MoneyDavid Graeber: On the Invention of Money – Notes on Sex, Adventure, Monomaniacal Sociopathy and the True Function of Economics

Charles Eisenstein on Growing "the Bright Side of the Force"

Charles Eisenstein, the author of Sacred Economics, gave this inspiring talk to Occupy Wall Street, which is actually about growing “the bright side of the force”. This Star Wars inspired theme I couple with “the handicap principle“, which has a “bright” and a “dark” side; the selfish and the cooperative. Animals generally use just one of these forces in gathering acceptance and status, while humans are capable to use both or choose one. Or they don’t actually choose, they use the part of the force which is easiest to achieve within the current design of our societies. Unfortunately we have chosen to grow “the dark side of the force”, today growing these evil powers mainly through the ideologies of modernism and capitalism. As a result, community is almost gone.

To maintain eternal growth we need to turn more and more natural and human resources into products and services, rather than gifts. Ideally a mother making a meal of love to her children should have been turned into a transac…

Bay Bucks -- Get Them & Use Them!

Bay Bucks -- Get Them & Use Them! from Robert Russell on Vimeo. This discussion turns to the theme of economics and the subject is Bay Bucks, the local currency circulating in the larger Traverse City region. Dave is joined by long time Bay Bucks advocate Sharon Flescher, discussing the reasoning behind the creation of a local currency, the seven year history of Bay Bucks and a look to future growth. Local currencies generate the full impact of their multiplier effect in the local economy. None of that economic value is exported to outside economic interests.  The key to that success is to get more and more of the local currency in use. Bay Bucks is set to push for another round of expansion. - Investigating Resilience

Ledelse kontra selvorganisering

Kanskje kan ledelse vise seg å være en illusjon på linje med synet av regnbuen eller vårt inntrykk av at jorda er flat, utfordrer han. Jan Ketil Arnulf Dette var meget godt sagt! Jeg kan anbefale boka The Leaderless Revolution av Carne Ross:

All denne ledelsen har ført samfunnet helt galt av sted. Ikke minst gjelder dette innen organiseringen av våre omgivelser, hvor en rekke "ledere", jeg vil heller kalle dem villedere, nitidig planlegger våre gater og byer. Naturen er ikke slik, naturen skaper seg selv ut fra selvorganisering:

TEDxSoMa - Randy White - The Sharing Economy: 'Plan B' For Moving America Forward

Motivation & Feelings

I feel this article is supporting Alexander's findings about trusting feeling to judge beauty and how to make our world whole and alive:

Trusting Feelings When Predicting Future Events: The Emotional Oracle Effect

Something I definitely should needed more of restoring/painting the office and bedrooms these days, is motivation:

Is There a General Motivation Center in the Depths of the Brain?

PERMACULTURE & PEAK OIL: Beyond 'Sustainability'

Permaculture Ethics and Design Principles with David Holmgren

Do-Gooders Get Voted Off Island First: People Don't Really Like Unselfish Colleagues, Psychologists Find

A very odd article in Science Daily that seems at odd with the "handicap principle":
Parks and Stone found that unselfish colleagues come to be resented because they "raise the bar" for what is expected of everyone. As a result, workers feel the new standard will make everyone else look bad.  It doesn't matter that the overall welfare of the group or the task at hand is better served by someone's unselfish behavior, Parks said.  "What is objectively good, you see as subjectively bad," he said. Strange, people really prefer selfish people, to feel better themselves. Now I understand better why the Polish men at work wanted me gone.

Do-Gooders Get Voted Off Island First: People Don't Really Like Unselfish Colleagues, Psychologists Find

TEDxManhattan - Fred Kirschenmann - Soil: From Dirt to Lifeline

Oslo's New York Greenwich Village?

- Det er blitt minst like skrekkelig som vi forestilte oss (article in Aftenposten)

Paul Lødøen, Managing Director of Oslo S Utvikling (development) (OSU), compares the new Barcode Wall of Bjørvika, Oslo, with New York's Greenwich Village and the Latin Quarter of Paris!?!

How can an assumed intelligent and well educated person in an important official position, with power to decide the future of Oslo, be that stupid?

With this man as managing director of the new Oslo Central Station Area, I don't see any hope for Oslo anymore. How I wish we could kick out this stupid idiot and replace him with someone like Nikos Salingaros. But if he was kicked out he would probably been replaced with an even worse idiot, as we have too many of them in important positions of this country.

In the top picture of the article in Aftenposten you can press on the different buildings to see the architect firm behind them. One of them is designed by MAD-Arkitekter. With this they probably mean they ar…

The Case for Soft Money

The case for soft money
As the economists are telling us, the economy must grow. That means, the economy’s mortgage with the banks also must grow. That mortgage is our constant companion. There is no way to pay it back – ever – unless we want to shut down the economy, which clearly we don’t want to. So with every per cent of economic growth, we are digging a larger hole. We must now pay more for the privilege of using money, or face disaster. We must cut more trees, extract more oil, grow more food, produce more consumer goods, all in the name of keeping going. It is the end stage of growth, brought about by our continued ignorance of some important facts about economic affairs. Sepp Hasslberger

Nye Ensjø, en modernistisk øy

Faktisk en ganske bra artikkel i Aftenposten i dag om den nye bydelen Ensjø med 20.000 kommende innbyggere, men som dessverre ikke later til å bli annet enn nok en modernist-maskinistisk bomaskin. Mest kvalmende er tilsvaret på kritikken av byråd for byutvikling Bård Folke Fredriksen (H). Min kommentar til hans kommentar følger:

"– Kritikerne vil ikke bygge by, men landsby, mener byråd for byutvikling Bård Folke Fredriksen (H)."

Det finnes faktisk en mellomting mellom by og landsby, dette er Village Towns:

Min venn Tracy Gayton har under utvikling et spennende Village Town-prosjekt i Maine, USA:

Se en lysbildeframvisning av prosjektet her:

Bård Folke Fredriksen er en modernist, og setter likhetstegn mellom byliv og modernisme, og mener at man ikke skal kunne leve et integrert liv i byen. I USA har heldigvis New Urbanist-bevegelsen fått et godt fotfeste, vi får håpe den snart slår røtter …

The Little Village of Sainte-Enimie

The Machinery Hall

Iguana Posing in the Oslo Reptile Park

A Sami Family in Norway Around 1900

Nytt supersterkt gekkolim med unike kvaliteter

Er det håp for innehavere av gipsvegger? Jeg kjøpte mitt nye hus fordi det kun hadde gipsplater på soverommene, ellers var det ekte granpanel. Som sagt er det umulig å henge opp noe på en gipsvegg uten store skader. Bare på soverommene har jeg hatt mye jobb med å reparere skader på gipsplatene, et håpløst konstruksjonsmateriale av en rekke grunner.

Med det nye gekkolimet kan denne deprimerende praksisen komme til en slutt, også for de ulykkelige eiere av gipsplatevegger. Ikke bare at det nye limet er supersterkt, det kan også lett fjernes uten spor! For godt til å være sant? Ikke i følge denne artikkelen i dagens utgave av Science Daily:
Gecko Feet Inspire Amazing Glue That Can Hold 700 Pounds On Smooth Wall

The Fight of the Century - 2

- The Fight of the Century
The decentralization of food, finance, education, and other basic societal support systems has been advocated for decades by theorists on the far left and far right of the political spectrum. Some efforts toward decentralization (such as the local food movement) have resulted in the development of niche markets. However, here we are describing not just the incremental growth of social movements or marginal industries, but what may become the signal economic and social trend for the remainder of the 21st century—a trend that is currently ignored and resisted by governmental, economic, and media elites who can’t imagine an alternative beyond the dichotomies of free enterprise versus planned economy, or Keynesian stimulus versus austerity. - Richard Heinberg Another name of this fight is Integrative Ecosocial Design.

David Graeber: anthropologist, anarchist, financial analyst

Retten til røykfri leilighet

Takk for mail med viktig spørsmål om retten til røykfri leilighet

Dette er en viktig sak.
Vi har redegjort for bolig-saken flere steder på våre nettsider
- hovedsiden og sidene Tiltak, Aktuelt, Magasinet og Nyheter.

Vi har det siste året tatt opp saken generelt og flere konkrete saker med Kommuner, Helsedirektoratet og Helse- og omsorgsdep (HOD).
Dette har foreløpig ikke ført fram.
Rettsvern mangler.
Det synes heller ikke som Helsedirektoratet eller Helse- og omsorgsdep (HOD) "våger" å bedre rettsvernet - slik det framgår av deres nylig framlagte Høringsnotat - se nedenfor.

De synes å påvirkes sterkt av at de fleste norske media synes å være negative til vernetiltak. De fleste norske media velger å framstille saken som forfølgelse av røykere.
Vi kjemper for å få flere til å kreve røykfritt bomiljø.
Vi vil gjerne samarbeide med deg.

Med vennlig hilsen
for Åslaug Kåsin

Røykfritt Miljø Norge
Relatert: Leilighetsbarn er tvangsrøykere!Barn og passiv røy…

Ents, Elves, and Eriador: The Environmental Vision of J.R.R. Tolkien

En venn anbefalte nylig boka Ents, Elves, and Eriador: The Environmental Vision of J.R.R. Tolkien. En omtale av boka er å finne her (pdf).

The Porte des Allemands

Capitalism in a Nutshell

By definition capitalism depends on capital accumulation, the production of an economic surplus that can be reinvested in new capital (property and machines) to expand production even further. In the beginning of Fleeing Vesuvius, the authors demonstrate how producing this surplus was only possible because of the vast amount of cheap (practically free) work performed by fossil fuel energy. Obviously there were rich people (landowners and merchants) prior to industrialization. However there weren’t any capitalists – production was far too limited to accumulate capital.  - Stuart Jeanne Bramhall

Slow Food Movies 1 - 3

Våre døtre blir feite av innemiljøet

Miljøgift øker risikoen for fedme
Døtrene til de kvinner som hadde de høyeste konsentrasjonene av PFOA i blodet under svangerskapet, hadde tre ganger så stor risiko for å være overvektige i en alder av omtrent 20 år, som døtrene av kvinnene med de laveste PFOA nivåene.I beregningene har det blitt tatt hensyn til mange variabler, som mors vekt og ulike livsstilsfaktorer.Det ble også funnet sammenheng mellom PFOA-eksponering før fødsel og forhøyede nivåer av insulin og leptin - to biologiske mål som har sammenheng med overvekt. Nivåene av insulin og leptin var økt også hos sønnene av kvinner med høy PFOA, men sammenhengen var svakere enn hos jentene. Det var ikke økt sannsynlighet for utvikling av overvekt hos sønnene.

- Miljøgiften det er snakk om, PFOA, tilhører en gruppe miljøforurensinger som kalles per- og polyfluorerte stoffer (PFC). Dette er forbindelser som brukes eller er blitt brukt i en rekke forbruksprodukter og industrielle prosesser som for eksempel i impregne…

The Importance of Local Food Systems

Design for Social Innovation and Sustainability

Ezio Manzini-Keynote: In a small, densely populated, highly connected planet, people’s intelligence, sensitivity and creativity are the most abundant resources. These social resources are catalyzing, becoming powerful drivers for sustainable changes. This talk will focus on how design can effectively help the process.

How I Wish We Had a Kunstler in Norway!

Framtidas bakstreverske Oslo?

Fikk morgenkaffen i vrangstrupen når jeg i dag så forslagene til framtidas Oslo, som du kan lese om her. Min kommentar til nettdebatten:
Tydelig at vi her har å gjøre med oslomodernistene, alle disse forslagene er basert Le Corbusier's ide om "the tower in the park", en ekstremt inhuman ide. I tillegg kommer at ingen av disse forslagene har iboende biofiliske egenskaper. Jeg arbeider for tida med å få republisert arbeider av den kjente urbanisten Nikos A. Salingaros hos bloggen til the Permaculture Research Institute of Australia, her kan dere finne ideer til menneskevennlige løsninger.  Ikke store bidraget i kampen mot arven etter verdenshistoriens mest destruktive menneske, Le Corbusier, men man får gjøre hva man kan. Forresten, stjernearkitekten Winy Maas er en av nøkkelpersonene i arbeidet, en av Le corbusier's mange disipler.

Liberalismens tyranner har ankommet Drammen

Min kommentar til Roy Vegas megetsigende essay i dagens utgave av Drammen blir "verdinøytral" - kirker bygges om
Plutselig kommer et sett av utspill fra høyere hold, i jordisk forstand - utenpå folkevalgte organer - om det å være inkluderende, viktigheten av "dialog", "interreligiøs dialog" og "toleranse". Hvem kan i utgangspunktet være mot slikt? - Roy Vega
Vel, jeg tror man kan si at den kjente konservative amerikanske tenkeren James Kalb, er imot "slikt". Han arbeider for tida med ei bok om "inkludering" eller "inclusiveness", som under den liberale modernismens ideologi i sannhet har blitt et perversitert begrep. Foreløpige utkast til boka kan du lese her: Inclusiveness: A Book to Be.

Du finner også mange andre nyttige artikler om temaet på James Kalbs hjemmeside Turnabout.

Det du opplever i Drammen er den modernistiske liberalismens sanne ansikt, TYRANNIET!!!! Jeg har nylig mottatt James Kalbs b…

Aranya's Permaculture Design "Step-by-Step" - Guide is Soon Out!

I just received this email from my astonishing PDC-teacher Aranya, trained as a physicist, but devoted his life to become a low income PDC-teacher rather than a highly paid scientist. A man that truly lives by his words!

Hello my European friends!

Whe-hey! At last....

After nearly two years, my Permaculture Design Step-by-Step Guide is almost here... 

Due for publication at the beginning of March at the retail price of £14.95
Pre-order it before 14th February for a lovely £10.95 (plus £5.00 P+P)*
* £2.00 to UK, £5.00 to Europe, £8.00 Rest of World.
I'm including the option to add a CD with accompanying digital resources, such as flowcharts from the book, worksheets, high resolution versions of maps etc. These will be available as free downloads from a special page on my website following publication. I'm also offering these resources, plus a few extras, on a CD that can be ordered as part of a package with the book for just £2.00 extra.

If you're interested in getting a copy, then…

Gaiacraft Workbook: Global Release

From The Permaculture Research Institute of Australia — by Delvin Solkinson February 3, 2012

As an offering to the planetary permaculture movement we have created a workbook of permaculture worksheets. This educational tool kit will help support your learning and teaching practice.

In the spirit of a genuine love for permaculture education and in gratitude to the world community, this new learning tool is intended to help heal and empower our relationship with ourselves, the Earth and each other. The Gaiacraft Permaculture Workbook shares a collection of universal handouts which string together a larger body of teachings from Bill Mollison, Rosemary Morrow, Geoff Lawton, David Holmgren and Toby Hemenway. It’s edited in collaboration by the Gaiacraft team; Delvin Solkinson, Lunaya Shekinah, Jacob Aman, Tamara Griffiths and Ali Ma. This is a unique and practical addition to your understanding and practice of permaculture.

The first press is in English and currently we are working on edi…

The Street Killers

Jeremiah and Our Time

As in the time of Jeremiah a great calamity is coming upon us, and I believe it is coming upon us because we have turned away from the living God. We are idolatrous as a civilisation and society and we are unjust as a civilisation and society. So, for exactly the same reasons that Jeremiah criticises his community and foretells destruction, I believe that we too stand under the same judgement. Just as Jeremiah saw the armies surrounding Jerusalem, so too can we see the parameters of our own unavoidable crisis.  We in the West do not face a direct equivalent of a Babylonian army camped outside of our gates; nor do we enjoy the direct presence of the Lord in the temple of Jerusalem. Our idolatries are different – yet our predicament is equally grave. A great calamity is coming upon our civilisation, a calamity that has been foretold and warned against for at least two generations, and those warnings have been ignored. We too have enjoyed the comforts of an idolatrous society and allowe…

Two Brain-Dead Dogmas

Read the whole article by Herman Daly: Growth and Free Trade: Brain-Dead Dogmas Still Kicking Hard

The two dogmas reprinted below:

(1) Growth in all micro-economic units (firms and households) is subject to the “when to stop rule” of optimization, namely stop when rising marginal cost equals declining marginal benefit. Why does this not also apply to growth of the matter-energy throughput that sustains the macro-economy, the aggregate of all firms and households? And since real GDP is the best statistical index we have of aggregate throughput, why does it not roughly hold for growth in GDP? It must be because economists see the economy as the whole system, growing into the void — not as a subsystem of the finite and non-growing ecosphere from which the economy draws resources (depletion) and to which it returns wastes (pollution). When the economy grows in terms of throughput, or real GDP, it gets bigger relative to the ecosystem and displaces ever more vital ecosystem functions. Why …

Orthodox Church

We don’t love the modern church designed by a “name” architect because it is not part of us; it is alien. Its geometry and surfaces contradict its claim of being sacred through an unmistakable visceral message that triggers a negative physiological response in our bodies. It has been sold to us by a corrupt media through indoctrination, in a political power game where a servile group is proud to execute the wishes of the dominant elite. - Nikos A. Salingaros


Flott post i dagens utgave av Better-Cities&Towns, i forsvar av Alexanders "pattern" 89, CORNER GROCERY:

It has lately been assumed that people no longer want to walk to local stores. This assumption is mistaken.

Give every neighborhood at least one corner grocery, somewhere near its heart. Place these corner groceries every 200 to 800 yards, according to the density, so that each one serves about 1000 people. Place them on corners, where large numbers of people are going past. And combine them with houses, so that the people who run them can live over them or next to them.

Les artikkelen: New Urbanism for All?

Entropy Pawsed uses "A Pattern Language"

Urbanism as Computation

Successful urban configurations are the result of a complex sequence of implicit computations that transform unorganized input into organized output. Although that is exactly what they do, few urbanists discuss their work in these terms. I propose a fundamental distinction between the principal methods of urban computation. One algorithmic process for urbanism leads to formal planning, which lacks the complex organizational structures that support essential adaptability. This closed computational method uses a set of fixed, or formal, rules to compute a configuration that does not adapt interactively during execution. Such algorithms perform each computation based upon predetermined rules, and those rules cannot be changed via any interaction. The other method of urban generation is achieved by means of interactive computing, which is the basis of human intelligence. An interactive computational method generates adaptive organic urban fabric, as seen in both traditional cities and squ…

The Urban Food Revolution

Book: The Urban Food Revolution. Peter Ladner. New Society Publishers, 2011.

Our reliance on industrial agriculture has resulted in a food supply riddled with hidden environmental, economic and health care costs and beset by rising food prices. With only a handful of corporations responsible for the lion’s share of the food on our supermarket shelves, we are incredibly vulnerable to supply chain disruption.

The Urban Food Revolution provides a recipe for community food security based on leading innovations across North America. The author draws on his political and business experience to show that we have all the necessary ingredients to ensure that local, fresh sustainable food is affordable and widely available.

He describes how cities are bringing food production home by: Growing community through neighborhood gardening, cooking and composting programsRebuilding local food processing, storage and distribution systemsInvesting in farmers markets and community supported agricultureRed…

Min nye, skjønne, underbare kaffekopp

Vi fant denne kaffekoppen blant masse gammelt skrot. Dessverre fant vi ikke flere eller andre deler av settet. Jeg ble umiddelbart forelsket i denne kaffekoppen, og underlig nok smaker også morgenkaffen bedre når jeg drikker den av en slik vakker kopp.

The Leaderless Revolution

The Leaderless Revolution: How Ordinary People Will Take Power and Change Politics in the 21st Century. Carne Ross. Blue Rider Press. 2012. The Leaderless Revolution explains why our government institutions are inadequate to the task of solving major problems and offers a set of steps we can take to create lasting and workable solutions ourselves. In taking these steps, we can not only reclaim the control we have lost, but also a sense of meaning and community so elusive in the current circumstance. In a day and age when things feel bleak and beyond our control, this powerful and personal book will revive one’s sense of hope that a better, more just and equitable order lies within our reach-if only we are willing to grasp it.

How to Get What You Want Through Community Self-Government

Today, it is our communities and natural systems that are treated as property under the law – just as slaves once were – because people living in communities can’t control their own futures, and what’s in our communities is routinely bought, sold, and traded without a whisker of local control,” says Linzey. “In many ways, this work is about walking in the footsteps of those prior movements to transform ourselves from being property under the law to becoming people who harness the power of government to defend and enforce our rights. - Truthout Read the book review: How Can Communities Defend Themselves From Corporate Interests?

Related reading: Classical LiberalismFrontiers of Design Science: Self-Organization

Ethical Capitalism?

The Fucking Cool "Saints" of Bjørvika

Coolness started with jazz musicians, and still has something of the spirit of the night, of escape from everyday reality, of unconditioned freedom, of improvisation without a goal. It’s the liberal equivalent of the divine grace that bloweth where it listeth and none can define.It has something in common with sanctity. The cool are in the world but not of it. They possess a certain disengagement, so that they are independent of their surroundings and not easily flustered or excited. They’re not conventional, and recognize immediately whatever they’re presented with. That gives them a sort of perfect pitch in matters of perception, expression, and practical decision.Of course, coolness is also very different from sanctity. Sanctity is about eternity, coolness about today. It has religious aspirations, but its hedonism and individualism means it goes nowhere. The lives of the saints have enduring interest because they point to something beyond themselves, the lives of the hipsters don’…

U.S. Counties With Thriving Small Businesses Have Healthier Residents

This article goes straight to the heart of Classical Liberalism, a new book by Charles Siegel I just started reading. A strong civic society requires strong and independently owned small businesses, NOT shopping malls etc. Read Siegel's book for free on the internet here, and read the original article (posted below) at Science Dailyhere.

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ScienceDaily (Feb. 2, 2012) — Counties and parishes with a greater concentration of small, locally-owned businesses have healthier populations -- with lower rates of mortality, obesity and diabetes -- than do those that rely on large companies with "absentee" owners, according to a national study by sociologists at LSU and Baylor University.

"What stands out about this research is that we often think of the economic benefits and job growth that small business generates, but we don't think of the social benefits to s…

Lag din egen frokostblanding

Fint stykke av Carly Gillham hos WPN, om hvordan man lager sin egen musli, følg gjerne også de mange interressante lenkene. Ikke minst var lenken til videoen om hvordan matvareindustrien "faker" blåbær megetsigende! Les artikkelen, eller oppskrifta: How to make muesli, granola, cereal... or whatever you want to call it!

Sustainable Food - People Per Acre of Food

Rick Falkvinge on Banks as the Future Victims of the Bitcoin Economy

Review of the talk by Amir Taaki is available here.

How to join Anonymous - A Beginner's Guide

Med Odin for Europa

Et interressant innlegg i dagens utgave av

Anders Behring Breivik hevder han er odinist. Den ekstreme høyresida bruker førkristen tro til å bygge alternativ makt.

Den europeiske kristendommen er blitt feminin, hevder terrorsiktede Anders Behring Breivik i det såkalte manifestet.

Europa vender det andre kinnet til, og ender med å bli erobret og voldtatt av fienden. I førkristen nordisk tro – som han kaller odinisme – finner han en annen styrke og maskulin aggresjon, som kan brukes til å forsvare Europas ære.

Derfor tar han til orde for en strategisk forening av kristendommen og paganismen, for å mobilisere europeere til kamp.

– Terroristen selv er ikke troende, både kristendommen og paganismen handler snarere om identitet for han. Og han understreker at odinismen selvsagt ikke kan brukes av for eksempel kristne meningsfeller av han på Balkan, de oppfordres til å hente fram sin lokale paganisme.
Les hele artikkelen her.