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Перевод песни Reasons revealed (Dreamtale)

Reasons revealed

Причины открылись

Saints of the sun in their journey back home
Whispering to me in their dreams
“The shadows of your sleep
Tell us what they mean
And if we clear your view, will you believe?”

Guided by the one
The one and only son
Interpreting his words to the world
Seeing in their mind
The fate of their own kind
They wonder where their place is on this earth

Reasons revealed
Now we know why they cried
Infraction revealed
Oh, we banished the light divine
The future is here
I can see it all too clear
And it burns with the rays of the sun

Spirits high up there
Oh, listen to my prayer
Forgive me all this pride
Forgive me all my fear
Please let me see
And please sing through me
Show me where my place is on this earth

Reasons revealed
Now we know why they cried
Infraction revealed
Oh, we banished the light divine
The future is here
I can see it all too clear
And it burns with the rays of the sun

Reasons revealed
Now we know why they cried
Infraction revealed
Oh, we banished the light divine
The future is here
I can see it all too clear
And it burns with the rays of the sun

Солнечные праведники на пути домой,
Нашёптывают мне в своих снах,
«Тени в твоих снах
Открыли нам свой смысл,
И если мы твой взор проясним, поверишь ли ты?»

Ведомые лишь одним,
Одним единственным сыном,
Толкующие его слова всему свету,
Видящие в их разуме
Судьбу всего их рода,
Они размышляют, где место их на земле.

Причины открылись,
Теперь мы знаем почему они рыдали,
Нарушение открылись
О, мы изгнали священный свет.
Будущее здесь,
Я вижу это слишком отчётливо,
И оно горит под солнечными лучами.

Духи там в вышине,
О, услышьте мою мольбу,
Простите всю мою гордыню,
Простите все мои страхи,
Прошу, позвольте мне прозреть,
И прошу, возвестите через меня,
Покажите, где место мне на земле.

Причины открылись,
Теперь мы знаем почему они рыдали,
Нарушение открылись
О, мы изгнали священный свет.
Будущее здесь,
Я вижу это слишком отчётливо,
И оно горит под солнечными лучами.

Причины открылись,
Теперь мы знаем почему они рыдали,
Нарушение открылись
О, мы изгнали священный свет.
Будущее здесь,
Я вижу это слишком отчётливо,
И оно горит под солнечными лучами.

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5 reasons why peer review matters

To mark Peer Review Week, PhD student and member of the Voice of Young Science network, tells us why peer review matters #peerrevwk15

By Roganie Govender Posted on 30 September 2020

I recall the mix of emotions I felt on submitting my first manuscript to a peer reviewed journal – some satisfaction and pride in getting to the point of submission, but mostly anxious and nervous about this process called peer review. I had heard from others that many manuscripts don’t get past this stage, and that experts are ruthless in taking apart your work. But then a well published, highly respected expert and genuinely wonderful person reminded me – peer review is what the name suggests: your peers in the field examining your work and raising questions about aspects of the work that may need greater clarity. They may also offer an unbiased view, highlighting when certain claims cannot be drawn from your work, given the scope of the study design and methodology. I pondered this and came to the conclusion that peer review should then be a good thing. ‘It will help me put my research claims in context and improve my paper’.

Peer Review Week 2020

Peer Review Week will run from Monday 28 th September to Friday 2nd October, and will include a series of blog posts and interviews, a social media campaign, webinars, and more. Follow Peer Review Week 2020 activities on twitter #PeerRevWk15

My newly framed interpretation of the peer review process meant I felt less nervous while I awaited a response from the journal. It did not reduce the immediate disappointment and feelings of unworthiness I felt upon receiving a rejection! Fortunately, I was able to learn from the experience, move on and go on to successfully publish. Since then I have performed a few peer reviews myself and I can see the merits from both perspectives.

Earlier this year, I had the opportunity to attend a training afternoon – Peer review the nuts and bolts – hosted by Sense About Science as part of their VoYS programme. It was a valuable opportunity to hear about peer review from editors and to discuss peer review with other early career researchers and PhD students. The insights I gained from this workshop got me thinking once again about why peer review matters. I have come to understand that peer review is about striving towards the TRUTH – the very quest of scientific enquiry! Here are 5 reasons why I think peer review matters…

Time to reflect: The process provides a reviewer with the opportunity to reflect on someone else’s work and to provide thoughtful comment using his/her own knowledge and expertise of the subject. Being asked to review a manuscript assumes that the reviewer has some expertise relevant to the content, and that this knowledge will be helpful in evaluating the merits of a piece of work. Equally on receiving feedback from peer review, authors have time to reflect on how their research is viewed by experts in the field. It is a time when improvements can be made to a manuscript via constructive exchange between authors and peer reviewers/editors.

Research quality: I am a big fan of Which magazine– As a consumer I like knowing that products I buy have been reviewed and given quality ratings. On some level, I like to think that peer review does the same for scientific publications. It provides some quality assurance to consumers of research.

Understanding our ethical responsibility as researchers: We undertake and publish research in the hope that our findings will contribute to the betterment of some phenomenon. In medical research this may impact people’s lives. The way in which we conduct research and the basis upon which we make claims should therefore be subject to scrutiny. Authors and reviewers share this ethical responsibility.

Training: As a PhD student, engaging in the process of peer review, either as a reviewer or as an author receiving feedback contributes greatly to my training and development as a researcher. I see it as an opportunity for academic dialogue. Peer reviewing the work of others has helped me to think more critically about my own work.

Helping each other: Peer review makes me feel part of the scientific community. There is some satisfaction in knowing that I can have input into improving a piece of work, and that others may do likewise for me. I would like to believe that reviewers share this sense of collegiality.

I do hope that I will remain true to my ideals as I develop as a researcher, but in case I should err – someone please remind me of this TRUTH!

Author Biography

Roganie Govender is a speech & language therapist at University College London Hospital. She is currently on a 3-year research secondment undertaking a PhD focusing on improving the swallowing function in patients treated for head and neck cancer. Roganie won a National Institute of Health Research/ Health Education England Doctoral Fellowship which funds her work.

Why are people untrustworthy?

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Because they themselves are insecure about what if their trust gets broken.

Every one wants to have things as one wishes. Everyone wants to be trusted but on one’s self terms. And, then we don’t leave scope for mutual agreement or negotiations.

Everyone wants to have a style of I am OK, you are not ok and thats where we give a full scope to untrust to play the game. But if we practice I am OK, you are OK funda, your perception may change..

Clapper says Russians ‘genetically driven’ to be untrustworthy — and no one even blinks

is an Irish freelance writer based in Dublin. Her work has appeared in Salon, The Nation, Rethinking Russia, teleSUR, RBTH, The Calvert Journal and others. Follow her on Twitter @DanielleRyanJ

is an Irish freelance writer based in Dublin. Her work has appeared in Salon, The Nation, Rethinking Russia, teleSUR, RBTH, The Calvert Journal and others. Follow her on Twitter @DanielleRyanJ

Clapper said it during last Sunday’s episode of Meet The Press on NBC, during a response to a question about Jared Kushner’s ties to Moscow. The Russians are “typically, almost genetically driven to co-opt, penetrate, gain favor, whatever” — was the exact quote.

There’s great irony in that comment by Clapper, with his own record of perjury, implying that an entire ethnicity can’t be trusted. So, of course, widespread outrage followed the blatantly xenophobic comment.

Nah, I’m only joking. No one actually noticed or cared. Chuck Todd, the interviewer, let the comment slide without even acknowledging that Clapper had said something untoward.

If there was a debate about Clapper’s comment and it was deemed somehow acceptable, that would be bad enough — but it’s actually worse than that, because anti-Russian sentiment is so deeply ingrained in the American psyche, that no one even notices when a high profile figure like Clapper makes a comment about the “genetics” of Russians in an effort to brand them as inherently devious and conniving.

But it shouldn’t be surprising. Unlike any other group of people, it’s been well-established that you can say pretty much whatever you like about Russians with no repercussions or backlash of any kind, particularly if you pass it off as comedy.

Take NBC’s comedy show Saturday Night Live. Their go-to Russian character, Olya Povlatsky, played by Kate McKinnon, has regularly crossed the line from comedy into xenophobia. Even the Guardian’s Shaun Walker called out one Olya skit as “veering pretty close to racism.”

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The segments usually revolve around Olya telling the audience in various ways that everyone in Russia wants to be dead and that the country is a barren wasteland. Jokes involve Olya having no glass in her window frames, living with her ten sisters in one room, sleeping inside the carcass of a dog, wishing a war would come to her village and hoping she gets hit by a meteor or eaten by a bear. Asked whether she’s surprised the Olympics were coming to Russia, Olya says, “I’m surprised ANYONE is coming to Russia!”

Whenever Olya appears, you can be guaranteed SNL is about to serve up every banal stereotype about Russia in under 4 minutes.

Comedian Louis CK told an audience a few years ago that he once traveled to Russia to “see how bad life gets.” He put together a ten-minute long routine about how terrible life is in Russia and how “no one” has any money, which serves to perpetuate the ridiculous notion that Russians are all aimlessly wandering around wearing no shoes and begging for food.

It’s not difficult to imagine the reaction it would spark if a Russian comedian were to deliver the same kind of diatribe about the horrors of life in America. As journalist Dominic Basulto put it, it would “immediately be hailed as an example of the hate-filled propaganda speech filling Russian TV airwaves.”

This kind of hate-filled comedy, so pervasive in American popular culture, sets people up to not even notice when Clapper talks about Russians being genetically wired to be dishonest schemers. Replace the word ‘Russians’ with ‘Jews’ or ‘Muslims’ or ‘Latinos’ or ‘African-Americans’ — or any other group or ethnicity — and Clapper’s comment would sound simply outrageous. But, like I said, nothing is off limits when it comes to Russians.

Josh Barro, a Senior Editor at Business Insider is another good example. Barro regularly expresses his almost pathological hatred of Russia on Twitter.

It’s amazing how much national pride Russians have, given how little they have to be proud of.

I’m not sure whether his lowest point was when he suggested Russian national pride was a bizarre phenomenon since they have “so little to be proud of” — or when he stooped so low as to call the country a “dystopic shithole since the dawn of history”. It’s probably a tie. Then there’s CNN contributor Michael Weiss, who recently insinuated on Twitter that being married to a Russian is inherently suspicious.

Again, if Barro or Weiss were saying these things about other nationalities or ethnicities, there’s a good chance they would have faced some serious professional consequences by now. Not so when Russians are your target. Take your free pass and run with it.

Luckily, there are some journalists out there who still possess a basic sense of common decency. Freelance journalist Michael Sainato was one of the only people in American media who seemed to notice the offensive nature of Clapper’s comment.

In his piece for the Observer, Sainato wrote that the current political climate in the US, has “fostered xenophobia at the highest levels” and that Clapper’s comment goes “far beyond criticism of Putin and the Russian government.”

Sainato also noted that the media had contributed to the “Russophobic rhetoric” by “irresponsibly elevating” conspiracy theorists as reliable sources on the Trump-Russia story.

Honestly, at this point, I don’t know which is worse: The casual xenophobia of a top former US official suggesting an entire ethnicity has a genetic predisposition toward lying — or the fact that no one noticed.

It reminded me of a depressing conversation I had with a Russian waitress in Saint Petersburg last year. She wanted to travel to the US, but was afraid to even apply for a visa. When I asked her why, she said she was afraid that Americans would be “suspicious” of her. I wonder how many other Russians feel just like her.

Sadly, they now have good reason to worry.

The statements, views and opinions expressed in this column are solely those of the author and do not necessarily represent those of RT.

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