Daily Archives: April 21, 2012

Fractal Ctscape

zuup?

adjustin’ visual cospiracies for now ~

[ g a l l e r y  m o d e : O N ]

Ultra ☟

Tasking

via – Jock Cooper’s fractal recursionzz – (+)

que tal amigos! ;)

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Out of Season / Out of sense

one word expressionism

[size the view-]

Dirt Poster

Dirt Poster is a Design and Graphic-Design work made by Roland Reiner Tiangco, a new graduate of a Design School, living in New York. While handling the poster, your hands starts to get dirty, and this dirt allows you to see what’s the poster is all about. Check out also the artist’s Website.

ENJOY ☟

via Whitezine (+)

Ciao for now. We got work to do

Laterz

Weather Weapon // Make the Sky bomb us

Lets mix up our game [az uzual] and throw out there some cool knowledge that most of you think it has nothing to do with what you came here for.

Bombing the Atmosphere

“Just weeks before the beginning of WWI, two weeks before the assassination of Archduke Ferdinand, followed quickly by a cascade of war declarations a few days after that, came this rather footloose idea for bombing the atmosphere

J.M. Cordray came up with and patented this notion–a barrage of balloons, heavily armed balloons, sent aloft with dangerous cargo to be exploded in the atmosphere, which was supposed to initiate a chain-reaction of some sort which would end in supplying rain for the rest of us. Theoretically, anyway. The unspecified number of balloons would be sent aloft, laden with large amounts of crushed bone and concentrated sulfuric acid (to be combined to produce nitrogen), potash, water, and large amounts of crude oil for the fire’s fuel.  And a candle to light it all.”

via Longstreet (+) // take a look at their archive. [uber.cool stuff to be found]

* BONUS *

“The May 25, 1958, issue of The American Weekly ran an article by Frances Leighton using information from Captain Howard T. Orville. The article, in no uncertain terms, described a race to see who would control the earth’s thermometers. The illustration that ran with the piece pictured an ominous looking satellite which could “focus sunlight to melt the ice in frozen harbors or thaw frosted crops — or scorch enemy cities.”

^^
le bonus via Smithsonian
“Weather Control as Cold War Weapon”
(Link)