• CDs were a significant step in the evolution of music.

    Here’s a brief history of the compact disc (CD) for music, excluding its use for data storage:

    Origins and Development:
    The compact disc was developed in the late 1970s as a digital optical disc storage format for audio.
    The first compact disc player was demonstrated by Philips and Sony in 1979.
    The first commercial CD release was the 1982
    Conceptualization (Late 1970s): The idea of a compact disc for audio recordings emerged in the late 1970s through the collaboration between Philips and Sony. The goal was to create a digital format that offered superior audio quality and durability compared to analog formats like vinyl records and cassette tapes.
    Development and Standardization (Early 1980s): Engineers at Philips and Sony worked on developing the technical specifications for the CD format, including disc size, encoding method (PCM – Pulse Code Modulation), and error-correction techniques. In 1980, they jointly established the “Red Book” standard, which defined the CD-DA (Compact Disc Digital Audio) format.
    Commercial Launch (1982): The first commercially available compact disc for music was released in Japan in October 1982. It featured recordings by artists such as Billy Joel, ABBA, and Dire Straits. The CD launch marked a significant milestone in the music industry, offering consumers a new, high-fidelity audio format.
    Technological Advancements (1980s

    These included the introduction of CD players with features like shuffle, repeat, and programmable playlists. Additionally, improvements in mastering and manufacturing processes enhanced the audio quality of CDs.

    Decline (2000s – Present): With the advent of digital downloads

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    Overall, the history of compact disc music showcases its transformative the music industry, offering a high-quality format for listen and enjoying music recordings.

    CDs were a significant step in the evolution of music. Here’s a brief history of the compact disc (CD) for music, excluding its use for data storage: Origins and Development: The compact disc was developed in the late 1970s as a digital optical disc storage format for audio. The first compact disc player was demonstrated by Philips and Sony in 1979. The first commercial CD release was the 1982 Conceptualization (Late 1970s): The idea of a compact disc for audio recordings emerged in the late 1970s through the collaboration between Philips and Sony. The goal was to create a digital format that offered superior audio quality and durability compared to analog formats like vinyl records and cassette tapes. Development and Standardization (Early 1980s): Engineers at Philips and Sony worked on developing the technical specifications for the CD format, including disc size, encoding method (PCM – Pulse Code Modulation), and error-correction techniques. In 1980, they jointly established the “Red Book” standard, which defined the CD-DA (Compact Disc Digital Audio) format. Commercial Launch (1982): The first commercially available compact disc for music was released in Japan in October 1982. It featured recordings by artists such as Billy Joel, ABBA, and Dire Straits. The CD launch marked a significant milestone in the music industry, offering consumers a new, high-fidelity audio format. Technological Advancements (1980s These included the introduction of CD players with features like shuffle, repeat, and programmable playlists. Additionally, improvements in mastering and manufacturing processes enhanced the audio quality of CDs. Decline (2000s – Present): With the advent of digital downloads Enter Lupin ,-. Overall, the history of compact disc music showcases its transformative the music industry, offering a high-quality format for listen and enjoying music recordings.
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  • “A Law repugnant to the Constitution is void.” With these words written by Chief Justice Marshall, the Supreme Court for the first time declared unconstitutional a law passed by Congress and signed by the President.
    - Marbury v. Madison (1803)

    That means the amendment to the Constitution making it illegal for felons to carry firearms is unconstitutional.

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    “A Law repugnant to the Constitution is void.” With these words written by Chief Justice Marshall, the Supreme Court for the first time declared unconstitutional a law passed by Congress and signed by the President. - Marbury v. Madison (1803) That means the amendment to the Constitution making it illegal for felons to carry firearms is unconstitutional. https://www.archives.gov/milestone-documents/marbury-v-madison
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    Marbury v. Madison (1803)
    EnlargeDownload Link Citation: Show-cause order served on James Madison, Secretary of State, 1802; Records of the Supreme Court of the United States; Record Group 267; National Archives. (The document shows damage from the 1898 fire in the Capitol Building.) View Transcript The decision in this Supreme Court Case established the right of the courts to determine the constitutionality of the actions of the other two branches of government.
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  • Here is the Corder version of my new video celebrating reaching the 100 subscriber milestone on Rumble. If you like what you see, feel free to subscribe, like, comment, and share!

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  • Here is the Rumble version of my new video celebrating reaching the 100 subscriber milestone on Rumble. If you like what you see, feel free to subscribe, like, comment, and share!

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  • Here is the BitChute version of my new video celebrating reaching the 100 subscriber milestone on Rumble. If you like what you see, feel free to subscribe, like, comment, and share!

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  • Here is the YouTube version of my new video celebrating reaching the 100 subscriber milestone on Rumble. If you like what you see, feel free to subscribe, like, comment, and share!

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  • [PREMIERING JAN 6, 8:30PM ET] The Real Story of January 6 Part 2: The Long Road Home | Documentary
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    Jan-06-2024
    With the FBI calling its J6 investigations “bigger than 9/11,” Jan. 6, 2021 has marked a turning point in American history.
    In the three years since Jan 6, a historic criminal investigation into the incident has played out in a dramatic fashion across the country. As of now, J6 prosecutions have reached beyond the 1,000-case milestone, while the DOJ warned of more to come.
    In “The Real Story of Jan. 6 Part 2: The Long Road Home,” Epoch Times journalist Joseph Hanneman reveals shocking evidence of how the wide-ranging prosecutions of Jan. 6 defendants have been handled with injustice.
    While “The Real Story of Jan. 6 Part 1” tells the real story of what happened that day, Part 2 will take an objective look at what has happened ever since—and the fine line between justice and political vengeance.
    With legal expertise, personal stories of J6 defendants, Capitol security footage, and first-hand testimonies of FBI whistleblowers, this documentary delves into the truth of J6 criminal investigations, and how they have changed American life. The skepticism of opaque government processes has never been more intense than it is now regarding Jan 6 defendants, whose lives have never been the same.
    How are they being treated in court, in jail, and in the public eye?
    Are the sweeping prosecutions a justified cause? What does it mean to our constitutional rights and the future of this country?
    What do the exclusive Capitol security tapes reveal about the full picture of January 6?
    After three years of investigation by The Epoch Times, we’ve peeled back the countless layers of Jan. 6 to expose injustices and champion stories.
    [PREMIERING JAN 6, 8:30PM ET] The Real Story of January 6 Part 2: The Long Road Home | Documentary https://www.theepochtimes.com/epochtv/therealstoryofjan6part2-5548012?est=DMobNtjxMMCl%2Blnd1MQl8WpuO6k3lRYZ2E2p9eejWyNLdt0S%2F594k%2FI0uKozBg%3D%3D Jan-06-2024 With the FBI calling its J6 investigations “bigger than 9/11,” Jan. 6, 2021 has marked a turning point in American history. In the three years since Jan 6, a historic criminal investigation into the incident has played out in a dramatic fashion across the country. As of now, J6 prosecutions have reached beyond the 1,000-case milestone, while the DOJ warned of more to come. In “The Real Story of Jan. 6 Part 2: The Long Road Home,” Epoch Times journalist Joseph Hanneman reveals shocking evidence of how the wide-ranging prosecutions of Jan. 6 defendants have been handled with injustice. While “The Real Story of Jan. 6 Part 1” tells the real story of what happened that day, Part 2 will take an objective look at what has happened ever since—and the fine line between justice and political vengeance. With legal expertise, personal stories of J6 defendants, Capitol security footage, and first-hand testimonies of FBI whistleblowers, this documentary delves into the truth of J6 criminal investigations, and how they have changed American life. The skepticism of opaque government processes has never been more intense than it is now regarding Jan 6 defendants, whose lives have never been the same. How are they being treated in court, in jail, and in the public eye? Are the sweeping prosecutions a justified cause? What does it mean to our constitutional rights and the future of this country? What do the exclusive Capitol security tapes reveal about the full picture of January 6? After three years of investigation by The Epoch Times, we’ve peeled back the countless layers of Jan. 6 to expose injustices and champion stories.
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    The Real Story of January 6 Part 2: The Long Road Home | NEW Documentary
    The film reveals the untold stories of the Jan. 6 defendants whose liberties were infringed upon and the truth of how they’ve been treated ever since.
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  • Think about all the major milestones and fuck ups in American history? Who were really responsible for each of them? Really dig and find out.

    The Vietnam Conflict, we had no business being there, a Democrat (JFK) sent us there, but his predecessor refused to set foot over there.

    During the mental health deinstitutionalization, the Democrats were in power in DC.

    During the Korean War, It was Democrat President Harry Truman that brought us into the Korean War. We had no business in that war.

    Now, World War III? Who's going to put us there? Democrat President Joe Biden will.
    Think about all the major milestones and fuck ups in American history? Who were really responsible for each of them? Really dig and find out. The Vietnam Conflict, we had no business being there, a Democrat (JFK) sent us there, but his predecessor refused to set foot over there. During the mental health deinstitutionalization, the Democrats were in power in DC. During the Korean War, It was Democrat President Harry Truman that brought us into the Korean War. We had no business in that war. Now, World War III? Who's going to put us there? Democrat President Joe Biden will.
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  • https://thewashingtonstandard.com/us-immigration-reaching-15-percent-milestone-new-record-with-no-end-in-sight/
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    US Immigration Reaching 15 Percent Milestone, New Record With No End In Sight - The Washington Standard
    The most significant and crushing reality to Biden’s invasion is, unlike past waves of mass immigration to this country, we don’t know who is coming in and unlike previous immigration waves, the U.S. didn’t have a huge welfare state – tuition, housing, food, medical insurance. It’s a stealth war against ...
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