Thursday, September 23, 2021

Never need no one


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Brooklyn Whelan


Visual-Poetry
 
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Water for Tears, Joan Liftin



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Forced from home







Nick Brandt visited five animal sanctuaries in Africa to portray the people displaced by droughts and the creatures whose very existence is under threat.

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Wednesday, September 22, 2021

Personal Message

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Dune, @Dvglzv

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How about an earthquake to remind us that we are just a powerless nanospeck in the universe


First Dog on the Moon 
 
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Infants have more microplastics in their faeces than adults, a study has found.

Human exposure to microplastics is a possible health concern, but little is known about its extent.
 In a small study, researchers from New York University School of Medicine discovered that infants have 10 to 20 times higher microplastic concentrations in their stool than adults, specifically when it comes to PET (polyethylene terephthalate) microplastics. These are used mainly in the production of textile fibres, water bottles and mobile phone cases, for example. 
By analysing the faeces of six infants and 10 adults, and three newborns’ first stool, through a method called mass spectrometry, Kannan and his team looked into human exposure to two common microplastics – PET and polycarbonate (PC). Every sample had at least one type of microplastic in it. 
 The level of PC microplastics were roughly the same in adults and infants, but infants had 10 to 20 times higher levels of PET microplastics.

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Bike Life, Brian Finke



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Saturday, September 18, 2021

The Act of Living, Eliza Bourner




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Friday, September 17, 2021

Wake up screaming

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Wonderland

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Willy Wonka

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Damien Hirst Looking for Sharks


People walk past the artist Danger Dave’s sculpture Damien Hirst Looking for Sharks at the Swell sculpture festival on the Gold Coast. It is the largest outdoor art exhibition in Queensland and features 65 large-scale contemporary sculptures. Photo by Darren England/EPA 
 
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Tuesday, September 14, 2021

The World Outside, Johan David Fridlund






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I know what you did last summer, Nigel Van Weick




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The Only Things Facebook Is Still Good for in 2021, By Pia Mileaf-Patel and Spencer Roth-Rose


Introducing you to your newest baby cousin, conceived and born during the pandemic, who someday you may even get to meet in person.

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“Learning Curve,” by Barry Blitt.


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Sunday, September 12, 2021

Breakfast, Niall McDiarmid




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Flora and Fauna, Dominique Lécorché





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