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  • One thread not enough for these new worlds

    Max, 2015/07/15 

    First look at New Horizons’ Pluto and Charon images: “baffling in a very interesting and wonderful way”

    What an amazing moon. Check out Charon!


    The dark area at the top is being called Mordor and the canyon on the right – the one you can see space through – is 6 or 7 km deep. The patchy areas further down show a very dynmic geologic history.

    And then there’s the big brother:


    Ice mountains three and half km high! Spectacular! And that ropy stuff down in the corner? Just weird and wonderful through and through.

    Lens-caps OFF, please! …

    SkyHarbor, 2015/07/13 

    “New Horizons” zips past the Pluto system in about 4 hours!

    Mars revisited

    SkyHarbor, 2015/07/11 


    Max, 2015/07/10 



    The insanity of looking at the world



    Something truly pathetic about this picture. Somehow, the caption that accompanied it is even more troubling. The thing is I can’t be sure it was meant satirically.

    “Wtf is wrong with this dude? What is he looking at? The world?”

    Have we totally lost our way?


    byronius, 2015/07/07 

    the time comes for you to die
    from an endless fall
    or love lost long ago
    stay awake
    watch the trees
    i’ll wave at you

    Celebrating a day off work

    Max, 2015/07/04 

    In my typically contrarian, anti-American fashion, I’m posting a link to a highly appropriate piece on why not to celebrate our independence from Britain.

    3 reasons the American Revolution was a mistake

    This July 4th, I’m celebrating by taking a plane from the US to the United Kingdom. The timing wasn’t intentional, but I embrace the symbolism. American independence in 1776 was a monumental mistake. We should be mourning the fact that we left the United Kingdom, not cheering it.

    Of course, evaluating the wisdom of the American Revolution means dealing with counterfactuals. As any historian would tell you, this is messy business. We obviously can’t be entirely sure how America would have fared if it had stayed in the British Empire longer, perhaps gaining independence a century or so later, along with Canada.

    But I’m reasonably confident a world where the revolution never happened would be better than the one we live in now, for three main reasons: slavery would’ve been abolished earlier, American Indians would’ve faced rampant persecution but not the outright ethnic cleansing Andrew Jackson and other American leaders perpetrated, and America would have a parliamentary system of government that makes policymaking easier and lessens the risk of democratic collapse.


    It’s a debatable thesis to be sure, but it’s worth questioning the lifetime of propaganda that any citizen of this country ingests regarding the unquestioningly glorious rebellion that made us the supposedly greatest country on Earth for all time.

    And just to show that there are wonderful things in this universe to celebrate on this or any other day, here’s some starry fireworks for you, courtesy of Hubble.


    Cuteness meter pegged

    Max, 2015/07/01 

    Just a colossal pyramid shaped mountain on Ceres

    Max, 2015/06/29 


    Love this!

    Max, 2015/06/27 

    and love this guy too…

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