The Man Who Fell to Earth (1976)
TFW you're grumpy and tweeting. (Tron, 1982)
Tag yourself. I'm obscene American jingoism manifesting as hyper-paranoid Russophobic conspiracy theories about anyone who dares to challenge the political and economic status quo.
ADL: Right-wing extremists are responsible for vast majority of extremist related murders over last decade. https://www.adl.org/news/press-releases/adl-report-white-supremacist-murders-more-than-doubled-in-2017
Black Mirror (2013)
Neoliberals really sweating over this one.
Who was where with who again? What?
That's a captcha format I haven't seen before.
This is such a clear warning sign of a person with no personal stake in social justice and the future of the planet: "He also discovered that he often didn’t believe the things he was enthusiastically spouting." https://www.chronicle.com/article/what-s-so-dangerous-about/242256#.WmCpfTGsFpo.twitter
"With every 'first' in space, new dreams are launched [...] Some become astronauts while others advance exploration in myriad roles as scientists, engineers, technologists and the diverse fields that enable our journeys farther into our universe." https://www.nasa.gov/feature/with-every-first-in-space-new-dreams-are-launched
David Velasco, a dear old friend, captures so much of this moment in his first letter as the new editor of @[email protected] Read it here: https://www.artforum.com/inprint/issue=201801&id=73170
"In mini-ecosystems in the Netherlands, researchers test the effects of artificial light." (Credit: Kamiel Spoelstra/NIOO-KNAW)
Amazing collection of 8 new articles about space in a special section of Environmental Humanities: "Familiarizing The Extraterrestrial / Making Our Planet Alien" https://read.dukeupress.edu/environmental-humanities/issue/9/2