Monthly Archives: April 2019

Bolsonaro to hit social science funding

Originally posted on John Gledhill, anthropologist:
The last few days have probably reminded a lot of Brazilians of what they lost when remorseless lawfare pursued under a constant state of exception robbed them of the chance to re-elect former president…

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Four Stories About Remote Places

Everyone needs a getaway now and then. From Britain’s hardest-to-reach pub to an off-the-grid paradise, we’ve got just the escapes you need.

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SKALAR: Light Art and Sound Combine to Form an Immersive Concert Experience

Made in collaboration between light artist Christopher Bauder and musician Kangding Ray, SKALAR is an audio/visual art installation that uses a large built structure and beats to create an immersive live concert. First presented in 2014 inside of the Kraftwerk Berlin industrial venue, … Continue reading

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Adidas Creates High-Performance Running Shoe That’s 100% Recycle

Adidas is continuing its commitment to sustainability with the announcement of the FUTURECRAFT.LOOP—a fully recyclable running shoe. This exciting news is just the latest in a series of initiatives that Adidas has promoted since it launched its Parleyline of shoes and apparel, which is partially … Continue reading

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“The Secret Smoker” – of Greater #Manchester and its #climate problem… by Claire Stocks — manchester climate monthly

Claire Stocks, who wrote a great account of her time in London with Extinction Rebellion, has produced a short story/metaphorical exploration of GM Climate policy. It’s here Meanwhile, there’s this old cartoon that is sadly still all-too-relevant… via “The Secret Smoker” … Continue reading

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The Biggest Lie About Climate Change

AsapSCIENCE Published on 14 Mar 2019 You were lied to about climate change. Listen to our podcast Sidenote! CLIMATE PROTEST INFO: US:… GLOBAL:…

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A richly furnished grave excavated in 1878 near the Viking town of Birka in eastern Sweden had long been assumed to hold a powerful male warrior. The grave was equipped with an arsenal of weapons, as well as a set … Continue reading

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Unbelievable African Elephants in My Pool!

Infinite Safari Adventures Published on 27 Jan 2018 I couldn’t believe it when I woke up at 6:30 am to the sound of splashing outside my window in South Africa at Arathusa Lodge…nothing could have prepared me for what I … Continue reading

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Photographer Finds a “Hidden City” in Reflections of NYC Skyscrapers

“It’s kind of fun to think of these reflections as being a sort of hidden dimension or parallel universe.”[…] Source: Photographer Finds a “Hidden City” in Reflections of NYC Skyscrapers

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