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Tormenta
Cosmic Gate Lyrics


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Alex Anwandter Esto es una tormenta Esto es el fin de nuestra confusión …
Alfonso André Para liberarnos Es mejor viajar sin voluntad Olvidarse del f…
Genitallica Por las mañanas al despertar ahí estas Quisiera el tiempo p…
Grupo 5 Que tormenta por Dios ya de mi casa no queda…
Herencia de Timbiqui Mamá Juliana Que estás trotando Y todo el cielo Te encuen…
Los Suaves Nacido entre odio y muerte, obligado a escoger Entre abraza…
Subze Y si el trabajo es tan duro, quiero que sirva…
Wado Realismo Fantástico Esta calmaria que precede a tempestade Este silêncio nas árv…
Willie Rosario Que tormenta ha pasado por mi casa, todo roto están las…

We have lyrics for these tracks by Cosmic Gate:

A Day That Fades One more touch And then we're leaving One more move The c…
A Mile in My Shoes You'll know it in time Feel what is there After so many…
All Around You Hello hello I’ve seen your face before And I know that you…
Alone Can't breathe 'cause you're like a wave crashing down on…
Back 2 Earth I`m coming from the age of space , visiting another…
Back 2 Earth (Arty remix) I guess my heart just settled back to earth I rode…
Back To Earth I`m coming from the age of space , visiting another…
Back to Earth (hardcore club remix) I am coming from the edge of space, visiting another…
Be Your Sound We’ll build our fortress To keep them out And in a world…
Beautiful Destruction Beautiful destruction My favourite enemy A sweet seduction…
Body Of Conflict When I'm lost Can't find my way You're the light that lead…
Calm Down As your life falls away from view As the time runs…
Cosmic Gate I feel wonderful The first moment, before the first touch…
Drifting Away Travel with the wind Touch it with your mind Heaven's arms A…
Exploration of Space Exploration Of Space(4,5 sec after the start)... Exploratio…
Exploration of Space (Cosmic Gate's Back 2 the Future Remix) Exploration of space! Exploration of space Exploration of sp…
Exploration Of Space (Green Co Exploration of space! Exploration of space Exploration of …
Exploration of Space (new club mix) Exploration of space! Exploration of space Exploration of sp…
Exploration Of Space (Radio Ed Exploration of space! Exploration of space Exploration of …
Exploration of Space - Extended Mix Exploration of space! Exploration of space Exploration of sp…
Exploration of Space II Exploration Of Space(4,5 sec after the start)... Explorat…
Explorations of Space Exploration of space Exploration of space Exploration of spa…
Falling Back I believe that we can make it I don't care what…
Fire Wire "Fire Wire" ist alles!!! aber klingt gut!!!…
Fire Wire (club mix) Fire wire Fire wire Fire wire Fire wire Fire wire Fire wire …
Fire Wire (DJ Scot Project remix) "Fire Wire" ist alles! aber klingt gut!…
Fire Wire (Klubdoctorz remix) Fire wire Fire wire Fire wire Fire wire Fire wire Fire wire …
Flatline Do you know the power you have over me? I’m a…
Flying Blind Sunrise colours bleed I'm sleeping in your car The time as…
Going Home We've been searching for so long, To find the place where…
Human Beings Wonderful human beings Wonderful human beings Wonderful W…
Human Beings (Estiva Remix) Wonderful human beings... Wonderful Wonderful Wonderful Wond…
I Feel Wonderful I feel wonderful The first moment, before the first touch…
London Rain You're wearing this mask and you're OK You bury yourself whe…
Melt to the Ocean Melt to the ocean. Melt to the ocean. How fucking wonderfu…
Melt to the Ocean (Midnight remix) Melt to the ocean. Melt to the ocean. How fucking wonderful …
Mental Atmosphere Do you not cross the border line Between good and evil You…
Never Apart No matter what they say, love No matter what they do…
No One Can Touch You Now Well winter came and went But your heart was frozen over…
Not Enough Time With their wicked words they’ll try to hold you down No…
Only Time I've lost your love, your trust is gone I've lost the…
Open Your Heart I have lingered, for only the instant Just like searching, w…
Over The Rainbow Somewhere over the rainbow, way up high There's a land that…
Race Car Driver Waiting at the starting line for the signal gun Stadium is…
Race Car Driver (Paddock club exclusive mix) Waiting at the starting line for the signal gun Stadium is…
Raging I hold for shake My world and energy I can´t ignore. Co…
Run Away You have been afraid Now it's time to face the light It's…
Seize Of The Day When it comes to the point and there`s no tomorrow, When…
Shine Forever When you run into my open arms I will keep you…
Should Have Known I am centered by my fear I am hollowed when you’re…
So Get Up So get up So get up So get up So get up So get…
Somewhere Over the Rainbow Somewhere over the rainbow, way up high There's a land that…
Sparks After The Sunset I see the lightning in display Where we are I feel the…
Start To Feel If you want everything With a touch I’ll make you whole 'Cau…
The Drums Come with me (7x) Follow me (7x) I'm flowing across the un…
The Drums (Markus Schulz Edit) I want you to know that it's going down yelling…
The Drums (Markus Schulz Remix) Come with me (7x) Follow me (7x) I'm flowing across the un…
The Truth The truth Often it`s hard to find The truth Sometimes it le…
The Truth (Cold Blue Remix) The truth, the truth, the truth, the truth The truth, the…
The Truth (DJ Isaac remix) The truth Often it's hard to find The truth Often it's hard …
The Truth (Ferry Corsten Remix The truth Often it's hard to find The truth Sometimes it …
The Truth (Ferry Corsten remix) The truth Often it's hard to find The truth Often it's hard …
The Wave The wave The wave, wave, wave... The wave The wave, wave, w…
This is the Party Everything unfolds in perfect sequence Like a dance Then I…
Try Please don't turn away when I'm talking to you 'Cause I…
Ultra Curve I could stay awake just to hear you breathin' Watch you…
Under Your Spell Counting out the hours Like the beat of a song I feel…
Wake Your Mind Everything you want to be is waiting for you Live tonight…

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Overly Sarcastic Productions

Hey gang! Can't help but notice the comment section is a little bit on fire. That's all good with me, but one recurring complaint I've noticed has started to get under my skin - namely that my explanation of non-euclidean geometry was insufficient, or even - dare I say - inaccurate. Now this is a fair complaint, because after a lifetime of experience finding that people's eyes glaze over when I talk math at them, I concluded that interrupting a half-hour horror video with a long-winded explanation of a mathematical concept wouldn't go over too well. I put it in layman's terms and used a simple example to illustrate the point. However, since some of the more mathematically-inclined of you took offense, I now present in full a short (but comprehensive) explanation of what exactly non-euclidean geometry is.

First, we axiomatically establish euclidean geometry. Euclidean geometry has five axioms:
1. We can draw a straight line between any two points.
2. We can infinitely extend a finite straight line.
3. We can draw a circle with any center and radius.
4. All right angles are equal to one another.
5. If two lines intersect with a third line, and the sum of the inner angles of those intersections is less than 180º, then those two lines must intersect if extended far enough.

Axiom #5 is known as the PARALLEL POSTULATE. It has many equivalent statements, including the Triangle Postulate ("the sum of the angles in every triangle is 180º") and Playfair's Axiom ("given a line and a point not on that line, there exists ONE line parallel to the given line that intersects the given point").

Euclidean geometry is, broadly, how geometry works on a flat plane.

However, there are geometries where the parallel postulate DOES NOT hold. These geometries are called "non-euclidean geometries". There are, in fact, an infinite number of these geometries, and because the only defining characteristic is "the parallel postulate does not hold", they can be all kinds of crazy shapes. (As you can see, my explanation of "this is just how geometry works on a curved surface" is quite reductive, but at the same time serves to get the general impression across without going into too much detail.)

An example of a non-euclidean geometry is "Elliptic geometry", geometry on n-dimensional ellipses, which includes "Spherical geometry" as a subset. Spherical geometry is, predictably enough, how geometry works on the two-dimensional surface of a three-dimensional sphere.

In spherical geometry, "points" are defined the same as in euclidean geometry, but "line" is redefined to be "the shortest distance between two points over the surface of the sphere", since there is no such thing as a "straight line" on a curved surface. All "lines" in spherical geometry are segments of "great circles" (which is defined as the set of points that exist at the intersection between the sphere and a plane passing through the center of that sphere).

The axiom that separates spherical geometry from euclidean geometry and replaces the parallel postulate is "5. There are NO parallel lines". In spherical geometry, every line is a segment of a great circle, and any two great circles intersect at exactly two points. If two lines intersect when extended, they cannot be parallel, and thus there are no parallel lines in spherical geometry.

Since the Parallel Postulate is equivalent to Playfair's Axiom, the fact that no parallel lines exist in spherical geometry negates Playfair's Axiom, which thus negates the Parallel Postulate and defines spherical geometry as a non-euclidean geometry. Also, since the Triangle Postulate is another equivalent property to the Parallel Postulate, it is thus negated in spherical geometry. Hence, my use in-video of an example of a triangle drawn on the surface of a sphere whose inner angles sum greater than 180º.

Hope that cleared things up (and helped explain why I didn't want to say "see, non-euclidean geometry is just a geometry where Euclid's Parallel Postulate doesn't hold - hold on, let me get the chalkboard to explain what THAT is-" in the video)

Peace!

-R ✌️



Richard Chilton

Last Edit: The part that said Lovecraft's wife (Sonia Haft Greene Lovecraft Davis - adding her name here because she was more than just "Lovecraft's wife") had left him over his racist view has been removed from the video. I'm only leaving this comment here because it generated a large discussion.

One small point: Lovecraft's wife didn't leave him because he was anti-Semitic and racist against Eastern Europeans. She, an Eastern European Jew, knew his views when she married him. No, she left because of economic pressures. Lovecraft couldn't find "acceptable employment" so she supported them. When Lovecraft had to leave NYC and return to Providence, his pride wouldn't allow her to work. With no income, well, that was the end of the marriage. She left him, going on to support herself and her daughter.
(Edited to undo an auto correct, which turned anti-Semitic into anti-semantic. Thanks to @mareczek00713 for pointing this out).
Edited again.
This comment has spawned many replies. Just to be clear:
Lovecraft was a xenophobe. He was open about being a xenophobe.
Sonia Haft Greene Lovecraft Davis knew who Lovecraft was before she married him. She pursued him. Sonia was "dynamic, emotionally open, contemporary, cosmopolitan, and perhaps a little domineering" ("I Am Providence", page 651, where S. T. Joshi quoted Frank Belknap Long).
She knew who he was during their marriage. She listened to him rant against Eastern European Jews (as noted in de Camp's Lovecraft biography).
She did not, as stated in this video, leave him because of his racism and antisemitism. She left him for economic reasons. I can cite several Lovecraft biographies on this matter. S. T. Joshi's "I Am Providence" is considered the definitive work, but there are several others. In short, the video is factually incorrect. Which is surprising as most of these videos are well researched.



Louise Cornelius

@Philip Hart "The Klan was Just an accepted fact of life" "understand them from the politics and morality of the time"

Did you just seriously argue that a person because of their time period could not have known, or be expected to figure out how to not sympathize with a organization that believed millions of Americans to be subhuman? An organization the proudly and publicly proclaimed in the 1920s the only true Americans were white protestants. And claimed to be non violent despite the coverage of their lynchings and cross burning? Racism was very prevalent and horrible at the time, there were 106 million people in the US and at the resurgence of the KKK in the 1920s there were 6 million members. But that still leaves about 100 million people who fell somewhere between sympathetic and opposed. There were plenty of people other than Lovecraft who figured it out; and not just the people the Klan was harassing and killing. White Christian men who knew better all on their own! Racism on par with the Klan wasn't the "morality of the time" that people could not escape from. The NAACP was founded as a multiracial effort in 1908 the ACLU was founded in 1920.

This morality of the times argument comes up a lot regarding slave owning founding fathers despite the well documented debates on whether to allow slavery due to a large number of them believing and knowing that slavery was an extremely evil and morally repugnant institution. It has always been a false argument. Racists never think they are racist and they don't believe themselves to be wrong. But there has always been someone speaking loudly against racism wherever you find it in history.

You don't need to tangle yourself in knots trying to defend a man long dead. You are allowed to appreciate the good parts of people, and the things you enjoy about their contributions to the world even if those people were not very good people outside of that. By claiming him irresponsible for his bigotry, or other mistakes you rob him of agency and humanity and lose historical context of the works because such a view requires an imagining of history that is inaccurate.

You also spread the unfortunate implication that people today can similarly not be considered responsible for their bigotry, bad takes, and mistakes because "morality of the times". People today can decide to educate themselves and so could he. I am theoretically glad that he was apparently waking up towards the end there. Maybe in an alternate universe he survived and wrote stuff that condemned his "problematic" themes and tropes. But I am not going to give him some sort of cookie for it, even if it was hard work to do while dying. Why would I, I don't need to be imaginary friends with the dead authors who's work I enjoy.



Mogamett

@kiraina25 If I understood that part of history correctly (I don't consider myself too well informed on abolitionism, to be honest), most abolitionists came from places where slavery wasn't common, or from where there wasn't an economical interest in persuading people as seeing slavery as necessary or virtuous. 
I'm not trying to defend or justify racism, I just mean that... if it was easy to not be a racist while growing up in a racist household, then slavery and segregation wouldn't have existed at all. People would have done something a lot earlier and ended it. Early abolitionists were extraordinary people who, coming either from religion, science, logic or empathy, just saw how horrible slavery really was, and managed to see all the justifications people tried to erect to defend it for the worthless lies they were. Those early abolitionists had to fight hard to persuade others that slavery was wrong, turning a lot more people into abolitionists.
If I have to be 100% honest, I'm kinda having problems in imagining how someone could just manage to look at something so horrible and just not... know right away it was wrong. It should be obvious. 
But if I open an history book, it just seems to be what happens again and again, people believing dumb, horrible stuff with no good reasons, over and over again, needing someone to come along and explain them for decades that it's wrong before they finally give up.
It's... honestly depressing.
Can I just suggest people to go look up the Milgram Experiment? The 30 second explanation is that normal random people, taken off the street, can be persuaded to give a deadly electric shock to another random person, just because a figure of vague authority gives them a vaguely justified order to do so. 65% of random, normal people seem to just... comply.
I guess that in the 35% of people who don't, some become abolitionists, and they are the main reason the world isn't as horrible as it could be.
I think that the only thing that can be done about it is insist until we are through, until every single oppression people impose on each other is understood to be just... wrong, by everyone. Then I hope we'll be done with all of this.
I'm also honestly sorry I made people upset with what I wrote so far.



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Overly Sarcastic Productions

Hey gang! Can't help but notice the comment section is a little bit on fire. That's all good with me, but one recurring complaint I've noticed has started to get under my skin - namely that my explanation of non-euclidean geometry was insufficient, or even - dare I say - inaccurate. Now this is a fair complaint, because after a lifetime of experience finding that people's eyes glaze over when I talk math at them, I concluded that interrupting a half-hour horror video with a long-winded explanation of a mathematical concept wouldn't go over too well. I put it in layman's terms and used a simple example to illustrate the point. However, since some of the more mathematically-inclined of you took offense, I now present in full a short (but comprehensive) explanation of what exactly non-euclidean geometry is.

First, we axiomatically establish euclidean geometry. Euclidean geometry has five axioms:
1. We can draw a straight line between any two points.
2. We can infinitely extend a finite straight line.
3. We can draw a circle with any center and radius.
4. All right angles are equal to one another.
5. If two lines intersect with a third line, and the sum of the inner angles of those intersections is less than 180º, then those two lines must intersect if extended far enough.

Axiom #5 is known as the PARALLEL POSTULATE. It has many equivalent statements, including the Triangle Postulate ("the sum of the angles in every triangle is 180º") and Playfair's Axiom ("given a line and a point not on that line, there exists ONE line parallel to the given line that intersects the given point").

Euclidean geometry is, broadly, how geometry works on a flat plane.

However, there are geometries where the parallel postulate DOES NOT hold. These geometries are called "non-euclidean geometries". There are, in fact, an infinite number of these geometries, and because the only defining characteristic is "the parallel postulate does not hold", they can be all kinds of crazy shapes. (As you can see, my explanation of "this is just how geometry works on a curved surface" is quite reductive, but at the same time serves to get the general impression across without going into too much detail.)

An example of a non-euclidean geometry is "Elliptic geometry", geometry on n-dimensional ellipses, which includes "Spherical geometry" as a subset. Spherical geometry is, predictably enough, how geometry works on the two-dimensional surface of a three-dimensional sphere.

In spherical geometry, "points" are defined the same as in euclidean geometry, but "line" is redefined to be "the shortest distance between two points over the surface of the sphere", since there is no such thing as a "straight line" on a curved surface. All "lines" in spherical geometry are segments of "great circles" (which is defined as the set of points that exist at the intersection between the sphere and a plane passing through the center of that sphere).

The axiom that separates spherical geometry from euclidean geometry and replaces the parallel postulate is "5. There are NO parallel lines". In spherical geometry, every line is a segment of a great circle, and any two great circles intersect at exactly two points. If two lines intersect when extended, they cannot be parallel, and thus there are no parallel lines in spherical geometry.

Since the Parallel Postulate is equivalent to Playfair's Axiom, the fact that no parallel lines exist in spherical geometry negates Playfair's Axiom, which thus negates the Parallel Postulate and defines spherical geometry as a non-euclidean geometry. Also, since the Triangle Postulate is another equivalent property to the Parallel Postulate, it is thus negated in spherical geometry. Hence, my use in-video of an example of a triangle drawn on the surface of a sphere whose inner angles sum greater than 180º.

Hope that cleared things up (and helped explain why I didn't want to say "see, non-euclidean geometry is just a geometry where Euclid's Parallel Postulate doesn't hold - hold on, let me get the chalkboard to explain what THAT is-" in the video)

Peace!

-R ✌️

joseph greer

wow this is long

Mom's Beretta's

Hey guys Overly here! I'm going to use this man's work to make a lot of money but call him a piece of trash and give him no credit the whole time Happy Halloween!!
Jesus Christ, maybe a little gratitude towards a master who's work you're parroting might be in order.

Sam Fisher

Ban the people on here who keep making excuses for the racism, please.

Douglas Bonbeck

So my brain is not functioning anymore. Can someone get Me a Guy from the black market so that i can get a new one

MozarteanChaos

@Trajan Augustus are you okay
i know i'm two years late but are you fucking okay

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Dr Shaym

I would be scared too if I went to a town where everybody looked like Steve Buscemi.

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oh my god you're right

sir andrew aguecheek

@Evan nice

Evan

@sir andrew aguecheek yup

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