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The new cover for Thomas Pynchon's Gravity's Rainbow. Illustrated by Frank Miller
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I was reading my RSS feeds in Sage Firefox add-on of a post from Posthuman Blues about the Japanese...
From Merlinhoot
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two thousand and seven is a huge number. a great amount of time. even compared to it’s own...
From friheit
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Project:
What happened to nature?
 
The posts at emplaced (in What happen to nature?) and the internation initiative (in terrestrials)...
From meika
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What might have baffled us once, the question of "saving the world," is now a non-issue; we know that we care only about people of selected qualities, namely matched intelligence, strength and character of the highest order. And with that, we do what writers do: appeal to those who aren't yet destroyed to wait out the end of humanity,...
From invisableman
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DEVIL DIABOLO DIABOLO DIVERSE / DISPORA DI (multiplicity, scattered,...
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"We are such stuff / As dreams are made on, and our little life / Is rounded with a...
From bianca
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Klaus Haapaniemi www.klaush.com
From Counterform
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The solar-hybrid powered Honda 14 is an energy efficient, fully robotic commuting solution. A...
From Ruud Kempers
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In memoriam Douglas Adams' speech at Digital Biota 2 Cambridge U.K., September 1998 Runtime...
From First Dark
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December 16, 2007 This is my first post to the Personal Cargo Space. This project "The...
From Michael Garrett
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If there were water And no rock If there were rock And also water And water A spring A pool...
From partymarty
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From danthonymous
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Songs Of Green Pheasant - Brody Jacket
From First Dark
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From jTp
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Sound is a semantic language for us all. It delivers a litany of sonic symbols and temporal...
From rodneyw
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An email my brother Michael Anissimov sent to me in response to the three rant clips posted toward The Great Enhancement Debate, with short response commentary by myself: Haha interesting. Was this from that one interview with your friend's dad? Great to get these ideas out there for people to debate, I'll post these videos on my blog. ...
From nina
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Flow 5.0 Flow 5.0 is an interactive landscape made out of hundreds of ventilators which...
From Wildcat
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I realized some years ago as I was typing that, much like speaking english, I articulate ideas via...
From nina
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In this program, scientists discuss recent findings in parts of our universe that for some reason...
From vicente
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Do check the absurd Dr. G von Hagens from Germany who's experiments now are shown in musea through...
From Ruud Kempers
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Check out link for fun:
From jTp
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holy shit. i'm trying to sign up for classes. it's my senoir year at UCLA. AND THERE IS NOTHING I WANT TO TAKE. This is serious. Outside of my my department (Design|Media Arts) there is nothing i want to learn from this institution. EVERYTHING ACADEMIC SEEMS COMPLETELY IRRELEVENT TO MY LIFE. What must be understood,...
From meganmay
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"I wonder whether fractal images are not touching the very structure of our brains. Is there...
From folkert
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"...You know, whenever we show compassion, we ravage ourselves. Maybe it's true... Suffering makes life seem dismal and suspect. But I won't accept that. No, I won't accept that. Is that which is indispensable to life also harmful to it? No, it's not harmful. Of course it's not harmful. Remember Tolstoy? His suffering over the...
From 3LSZVJA9
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for a long while, I changed out my desktop wallpaper probably weekly, maybe more. i stumbled on...
From pointlessjon
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So I was browsing through the gallery on this site, trying as best I could to avoid studying for exams and whatnot, when I came across the Hydrozoa Picture Gallery. I started scrolling down the page looking at all of the stunning images when I realized, wow, there are a lot of hydrozoa out there... If there are this many different types of,...
From partymarty
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From imunderpressure
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An interesting way of calculating that is visually intuitive as well as practical. Octomatics.
From Hari
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Aeroscraft ML866
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From Wildcat
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NASA researchers announced that a storm is coming — the most intense solar maximum in fifty years. The prediction comes from a team led by Mausumi Dikpati of the National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR). “The next sunspot cycle will be 30% to 50% stronger than the previous one,” she says. If correct, the years ahead could produce a...
From invisableman
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Project:
The Total Library
 
Documenting Graphic Language No.2 - Armin Hofmann "Critical thinking comes as a result of...
From Athila
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Project:
Designing Science Fiction Scenarios
 
The k-plane docks in the rickety old death-star beer can, then they serve lunch in the first room,...
From markl
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From feanne
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Given that we think in language, and that words are a poor substitute for what we really mean, we need a new way to communicate. We will still use language, of course, and the contents of what we communicate need to be different. Some of the most useful and revolutionary work I have come across is Non-Violent Communication by Marshall...
From Hari
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I'm still unsure what to expect from this site. I can connected 100% with it's introduction but not sure just how much I'll get from that. I think space and religion are connected as one and that we all live in one dimensions. However the afterlife belongs to many different dimensions. Space are those dimensions. Maybe some day I'll express...
From invisableman
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woah people this is a really tight illusion. Youtube Dragon Illusion video If you liked that...
From Feroze
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I wonder what a fish sounds like swimming?
From pacocamino
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This is muscle tissue, grown in a vat. Could we get to a point where vivisection becomes a...
From vicente
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High energy research facility in Japan. Image from Pingmag Article. Photograph by Joe Nishizawa
From vicente
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A typical human brain has about 100 billion neurons, and each on average has about seven thousand synapses connecting to other neurons. The neurons receive impulses, and upon reaching a threshold level of synaptic activity, will pass on an impulse to other neurons along it's path. Our consciousness stems from the collective organization of the...
From ChefQuix
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Brainpaint Actually images and videos derived from EEG activity from a site about a new...
From Ruud Kempers
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Project:
What happened to nature?
 
Biomimicry is a relatively new science that studies models, systems and processes from nature and...
From denis
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