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International Day for Biological Diversity 2014 | United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization

International Day for Biological Diversity 2014 | United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization | Passions | Scoop.it
International Day for Biological Diversity 2014 ("Cultural diversity is as necessary for humankind as biodiversity is for nature" - May 22 is Intl #Biodiversity Day http://t.co/ED8x4M8Usm)...

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The conservation of our environment and it's sustainability is up to all of us, be aware and create awareness in your world.

 

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*XXXTreme Music News!! "John Lennon Says the Beatles Are ‘More Popular Than Jesus’ – Moments That Nearly Destroyed Rock"

*XXXTreme Music News!! "John Lennon Says the Beatles Are ‘More Popular Than Jesus’ – Moments That Nearly Destroyed Rock" | Passions | Scoop.it
In 1966, John Lennon, in an interview with the London Evening Standard, spoke about his belief that Christianity was dying out, saying of the Beatles, We’re

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All of this happened before I was born, so the first time I heard about this I laughed. Why I laughed you would wonder is because Christians are so sensitive sometimes. As a christian I think the reason John Lennon could so freely say that was because Christians gave the Beatles god-like status.

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Tico Juliani's curator insight, June 9, 2013 10:56 PM

In 1966, John Lennon, in an interview with the London Evening Standard, spoke about his belief that Christianity was dying out, saying of theBeatles, “We’re more popular than Jesus now.”

The quote was taken out of context in the US, prompting an enormous backlash that centered — surprise! — in Alabama, where two disc jockeys initiated a boycott of the Beatles that included burning their records.

The incident could have destroyed the career of the most important rock group of all time — but the furor eventually blew over after Lennon clarified his remarks at a press conference.