Side note: These don’t have motors. They’re completely momentum/wind-powered and literally just wander around beaches unsupervised like giant abstract monsters.
these are both amazing and COMPLETELY TERRIFYING
No focus on war-torn worlds or endangered wildlife here. Just everyday life, from the viewpoint of 18 Gambian teenagers.
بيوت جبل نفوسه الساحرة
The beautiful cave-shaped houses of Japal Nafusa /Libya
Models showing various eye injuries and infection on display at the Mütter Museum in Philadelphia
1. Purulent Conjunctivitis, 2. Purulent Conjunctivitis, 3. Pannus
4. Episcleritis, 5. Purulent conjunctivitis of newborn, 6. Circumcorneal injection
7. Melanotic sarcoma, 8. Interstitial keratitis, 9. Punctate keratitis
10. Foreign body embedded in cornea, 11. Penetration of the eyeball by wood splinter, 12. Keratitis posterior
7 Days of Garbage by Gregg Segal
These amazing photographs showing people with the waste they have produced within 7 days. Welcome to our throw-away society. Not only the amoung of garbage surronding those people but also the pose they are striking tells us much about society and our dreams linked to consumption.
The snow is melting.
Members of Congress have no shame editing their Wikipedia pages. Luckily, a new tool lets Americans keep an eye on the encyclopedic shenanigans of our elected leaders.
A Twitter account, @congressedits, tweets whenever someone from a congressional IP address edits Wikipedia. So far, it’s gotten most attention for a few hilariously odd pages to edit — one staffer (or representative) made a slight change to the sentence structure of the plot summary of Step Up 3D, while another added Barack Obama’s recent run-in to the ‘horse head mask’ page.
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