Monthly Archives: May 2013

The Freaky Science of the Setting Sun

As an anti-Monsanto and anti-fracking activist, I am not in denial about the fact that both fracking and the genetic modification of food can be done in ways that are not harmful. For example, GMO “Golden Rice” was modified to … Continue reading

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Hush

by Hush

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Garbage Warrior

Garbage Warrior Full Length from Louis Stamatelos on Vimeo. “Shot over three years in the USA, India and Mexico, Garbage Warrior is a feature-length documentary film telling the epic story of maverick architect Michael Reynolds and his fight to introduce … Continue reading

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Sweo

by Sweo

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Anthropometry Untitled

                                  by Yves Klein

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THIS IS WATER

David Foster Wallace is one of my favorite authors, and learning about his death was a very surreal experience, like something out of one of his short stories. I was a few weeks into dathun (a month of meditation), and … Continue reading

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Anamorphic Portrait

by Bernard Pras, via Colossal

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