Tag: water

TWittER AggReGAtioN 07.04.18

fuguewave loop 0000007 by Brett Van Donsel image by Dan Lynch pic.twitter.com/MzRzXUMqLk — Tundranaut (@tundranaut) July 2, 2018 pic.twitter.com/9hYXF6ICLQ — LSD GIFs (@LSDgif) October 16, 2017 pic.twitter.com/A17PROqk81 — John (@Tribe_XX) July 1, 2018 pic.twitter.com/vTfhngINwb — s_uchida (@_the_drive_out) June 27, 2018 “The only real philosophers left are the police.”#JGBallard #CocaineNights pic.twitter.com/9t9wZzQnZ5 — is.Ballardian (@TerminalBeach_) June 30,

Sunday Twitter Aggregate

pic.twitter.com/mOCL4ABf0v — utk tun (@utktun) June 9, 2018 Hiroshi Yoshida (吉田博) [1876–1950] – pic.twitter.com/fxyIJvGe6g / RT @PaintingColleg — Camille Stein (@CamilleStein) April 30, 2018 Maya Beano – @FabioSantilli @Pierrotsim @MocchiiDr pic.twitter.com/J4DFwLlj5k — Xavi Daniel (3Nines) (@xavierdaniel999) June 5, 2018 Red – cityscapes Joanna Grodecka pic.twitter.com/5dAyrl7RHh — Nerli Ballati Marco (@marco_nerli) May 28, 2018 pic.twitter.com/0hXihTqXSP —

Friday Night Twitter Aggregation

pic.twitter.com/iTOXrgERav — Plume (@nature_toujours) June 1, 2018 USSR. On the roads of Ural, early 1990s. Photo by Igor Gavrilov pic.twitter.com/fWDLUYNFO7 — Soviet Visuals (@sovietvisuals) June 1, 2018 we must create vicious neo-cetaceans to survive the acid oceans. something has to eat all the fucking jellyfsh pic.twitter.com/ObffYWVRis — ⊂´⌒つ・ω・)つ (@cockydooody) May 28, 2018 First wave pic.twitter.com/2JXm77yXUp

twitter aggregations e.g. unplaces, night, void wandering, etc

fuguewave loop 0000006 by brett van donsel “Each of them would soon literally be an island in an archipelago drained of time.”#JGBallard #TheDrought pic.twitter.com/WcqaSLEKBu — is.Ballardian (@TerminalBeach_) May 15, 2018 ..Soleil inversé de la nuit /Giovanna Garzoni (1600–1670) pic.twitter.com/JicMa16Kzw — Laetitia Wilfert (@LaetitiaWilfert) May 25, 2018 pic.twitter.com/uSwxOBdaQe — Archillect (@archillect) May 25, 2018 pic.twitter.com/q5WiOVyzPr —

L I N K S 04.07.18

BIOMIMICRY Underwater GPS Inspired by Shrimp Eyes: A few years ago, U.S. and Australian researchers developed a special camera inspired by the eyes of mantis shrimp that can see the polarization patterns of light waves, which resemble those in a rope being waved up and down. That means the bio-inspired camera can detect how light

Twitter Highlight Reel 03-28-18

Tfw someone asks what your work is about and this is your answer pic.twitter.com/EenENW048b — [E]vie=[Y]v (@EvieYv) March 28, 2018 Scared of Russia, adore the CIA, absolutely revere the FBI, strict about adultery, dismissive of workers and the less educated, and obsessed with cleanliness and healthy eating. Dems are going to wake up soon and

What the Hell is Going on in the World? LINKS 02/06/18

  ANIMAL INTELLIGENCE Is the magpie the world’s smartest bird? Many sources that study animal intelligence scientifically (in contrast to just writing cheap, non-researched blog posts about it), will tell you that not only is the magpie the most intelligent bird known to them in all of the world, but also one of the 10

What the Hell is Going On in the World? LINKS 01/04/18

  ACADEMIA Portland State University professor Bruce Gilley discusses how many academics and scholars reacted to his paper “The Case for Colonialism”: …it was the intellectual vacuity of the mobs that surprised, and discouraged. The colonial encounter was huge, epochal, varied and complex. To reduce it to a bumper sticker is worse than wrong, it is
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