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pic.twitter.com/bYamtLp4Yo — Archillect (@archillect) October 25, 2018 Marilyn Monroe in 1953. pic.twitter.com/54Zex7kfGA — The Marilyn Diaries (@MarilynDiary) September 27, 2018 Song of Swan Lam Shiu Chib.1940 Hong Kong pic.twitter.com/3ML1kplztM — louise (@eigglezaki) October 26, 2018 Sarah BlardParis pic.twitter.com/Ug369p4ZzK — Laurence (@Laurence_A_) October 24, 2018 pic.twitter.com/ONu0UHsPi0 — Coline (@Coline_n_1) October 21, 2018 Moon – @withnomoney –

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#planespotting pic.twitter.com/ynvuGuoJ24 — Michael Cade (@bookofcade) September 23, 2018 pic.twitter.com/OLxfRldPU8 — Plume (@nature_toujours) September 16, 2018 la lumière, l’air, un vent lent, un cri d’oiseau dans une beautéque l’on essaye de garder toujours..-Erwann Rougé/ photo D. Baker pic.twitter.com/lo4kKX1UD4 — Laetitia Wilfert (@LaetitiaWilfert) September 11, 2018 pic.twitter.com/75VSseVaTy — Michael Cade (@bookofcade) September 23, 2018 Alex Stephen

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in depth Aegean sea 19°8#Greece through my lens pic.twitter.com/XsJi5HF5xd — Libertad (@AgrapidiL) August 19, 2018 pic.twitter.com/NEvBaa1wFQ — wongsusie (@withnomoney) August 19, 2018 La lumière montait des vagues Côte Sauvage#Bretagne 📷AvelVor pic.twitter.com/bqKbT7L0GU — AvelVor (@VorAvel) August 17, 2018 illustrations from The Trouvelot Astronomical Drawings by Étienne Léopold Trouvelot, 1882 pic.twitter.com/n9FUPBeJkq — Temple ov Saturn (@TempleOvSaturn) August

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LINKS Into the Empty: Designer Realities: Coming To A Life Near You! With UFO’s and other things which officially ‘do not exist’ for large segments of the population, there’s no need to wonder ‘where they are from’ if you aren’t seeing them: You’re simply not part of the club of people who are. Witnesses are

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Dawid Planeta pic.twitter.com/na8HEFEnMQ — Dekheel (@DinkleDark) August 3, 2018 pic.twitter.com/rs44RL8mJm — T U N D R A N A U T (@tundranaut) August 12, 2018 pic.twitter.com/54Y6SYZGwE — Paul Lambda (@LambdaPaul) August 7, 2018 Andria Darius Pancrazi pic.twitter.com/QRlUIPfKwI — utk tun (@utktun) August 7, 2018 Solar Eclipse over Svalbard Norway DrMiloslav Druckmüller#Norway #photography pic.twitter.com/970a6y8st2 — utk

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pic.twitter.com/s6U09iACPk — wongsusie (@withnomoney) July 20, 2018 ENTER THE DRAGON (1973) #fridayframes #brucelee pic.twitter.com/opyYVPpD4k — ULTRAKiLLBLAST (@ultrakillblast) July 20, 2018 Have you ever really looked at Astana, Kazakhstan? It's like Egypt fucked Atlantis: pic.twitter.com/9IcTHS09TT — The Higherside Chats (@HighersideChats) July 19, 2018 Christophe Agou – @janet_rob3rts pic.twitter.com/wT6hhufxVR — Xavi Daniel (3Nines) (@xavierdaniel999) July 19, 2018

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LINKS Atlas Obscura: Ghost Dunes on Mars IT’S NOT A GREAT IDEA to sunbathe on Mars. But if you really wanted to, and you lived a few billion years ago, we now know where you might have gone. In a recent study in the Journal of Geophysical Research, planetary geomorphologist Mackenzie Day and astrobiologist David

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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

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AMERICA Tyler Cowen: Why are Americans so loud? I can think of a few hypotheses: 1. At least originally, Americans had much more space than did Europeans, and this is still true to some degree. That induce norms of loudness, which have to some extent persisted. 2. America is a nation of immigrants, with English-language

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

What the Hell is Going On in the World? LINKS 12/27/17

#CAVETWITTER —What is #CaveTwitter? Plato begins to weep as he shackles himself to the wall, praying to the shadows. You walk on by, each step algorithmically ticcing in time with the nothingness suffocating you; the Cave loves you, kinda. A group of pagans greet you. They’ve stopped already, pure deceleration to the point of minus-death.