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Saturday, October 26, 2019

We hope to meet you there

“Is there a heaven for pumpkinheads?” (1910) (via Woodruff House, Ohio/Wikimedia)
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Thursday, October 24, 2019

The Blob

It’s alive?

Last week, the Paris Zoological Park began showcasing a new organism that scientists are having difficulty classifying. Simply called “the blob,” this yellowish unicellular living being looks like a fungus but acts like an animal. It has no mouth, no stomach, and no eyes, and yet it can detect food and digest it. It has almost 720 sexes and it can heal itself in two minutes if cut in half. The blob is named after the 1950s flick of the same name about an alien life form that consumes everything in its path in a small Pennsylvania town. The director of the museum told Reuters, “It surprises us because it has no brain but is able to learn … and if you merge two blobs, the one that has learned will transmit its knowledge to the other.”

Wednesday, October 23, 2019


In fact, 2020 is the first milestone envisioned by World One. That’s when the quality of life is supposed to drop dramatically. The broadcaster presented this scenario that will lead to the demise of large numbers of people:
“At around 2020, the condition of the planet becomes highly critical. If we do nothing about it, the quality of life goes down to zero. Pollution becomes so seriously it will start to kill people, which in turn will cause the population to diminish, lower than it was in the 1900. At this stage, around 2040 to 2050, civilized life as we know it on this planet will cease to exist.”

Monday, October 21, 2019

Ali: Fear Eats the Soul | Trailer [HD]

Evolution of the cracks in the Pine Island Glacier

Recently, the frequency of Pine Island Glacier calving events has increased. Today, the glacier is observed to be losing mass by a combination of calving events together with strong basal melting, where warm ocean currents erode the underside of the floating ice shelf. As the ice shelf both thins and calves enormous icebergs, the glacier discharge is unable to replenish the ice lost and the front recedes from its previous position.
"Long-term measurements of West Antarctic Ice Sheet such as Pine Island are critical to understanding changes to the rate of loss of ice mass into the ocean, and thus Copernicus Sentinel-1 has become fundamental to gauging Antarctica's contribution to rising sea levels," says Mark Drinkwater.

Image: Glacial 'aftershock' spawns Antarctic iceberg



Saturday, October 12, 2019

Leaf Peeping Roadtrip

The Sequoia and leaf peepin'

Those storm clouds are named Melissa

Thursday, October 10, 2019

Space Junk Around Earth

Varda by Agnès | Trailer | NYFF57

The 57th New York Film Festival is dedicated to Agnès Varda.
 Q&As with Rosalie Varda on Oct. 9 & 10
When Agnès Varda died earlier this year at age 90, the world lost one of its most inspirational cinematic radicals. From her neorealist-tinged 1954 feature debut La Pointe Courte to her New Wave treasures Cléo from 5 to 7 and Le Bonheur to her inquiries into those on society’s outskirts like Vagabond (NYFF23), The Gleaners and I (NYFF38), and the 2017 Oscar nominee Faces Places (NYFF55), she made enduring films that were both forthrightly political and gratifyingly mercurial, and which toggled between fiction and documentary decades before it was more commonplace in art cinema. In what would be her final work, partially constructed of onstage interviews and lectures, interspersed with a wealth of clips and archival footage, Varda guides us through her career, from her movies to her remarkable still photography to the delightful and creative installation work. It’s a fitting farewell to a filmmaker, told in her own words. A Janus Films release.

Wednesday, October 2, 2019

Time to think #RenameReclaimDecolonize


Homo sapiens have a substance abuse problem, and the substance is corruption,” Steven Soderbergh told an audience in D.C. last week. He was speaking after the latest screening of The Laundromat, a Hollywood film inspired by the Panama Papers
The Q&A was aptly timed, as Democrats in the United States had just announced they would start impeachment proceedings related to President Donald Trump. Jake Bernstein, whose book Secrecy World provided the foundation for the script, said it would all be impossible without whistleblowers. “Whistleblowers can face real, serious repercussions, as can journalists and other people trying to bring this stuff to light,” he said.  read more
Recent examples of our work include the Paradise Papers and the Pulitzer Prize-winning Panama Papers, which investigated the shadowy offshore industry. These investigations have generated powerful long-lasting impact. For a behind-the-scenes look at how such a large investigation works watch this HBO/Vice documentary on the Paradise Papers.

Tuesday, October 1, 2019

Hawk crashes through bedroom

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A hawk crashed through a woman's bedroom window Friday in Newton, Massachusetts, leaving a gaping hole in the glass before flying around and trashing a home office and leaving droppings on the floor. The incident, a portion of which was captured on cellphone video, left the woman's house looking like it had been ransacked by burglars. Janis Mann said she was in her kitchen about 5:30 p.m. when she heard a racket coming from an upstairs bedroom. "I heard a shower of glass falling nonstop, and I thought, 'Uh oh, I don't know what that is,'" she said. "It can't be a vase falling once. It's a shower. It kept going."

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