Monthly Archives: August 2012

HOUSTON, NOW WE HAVE A PROBLEM!

HOUSTON, NOW WE HAVE A PROBLEM!

[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UIKmSQqp8wY&feature=relmfu]   Neil Armstrong has left the planet, once more. This time for a one-way journey to a place, somewhere in outer space, where he belongs in every respect. It’s difficult to separate his life from the myth of the greatest of all adventures. Neil may be considered a hero but we are sure he ... Read More »

SMILE AND DIE.

SMILE AND DIE.

Charles Inottum has been studying bones all his life. The topic is unusual and interesting, but what makes it also intriguing is the fact Mr. Inottum is not a scientist but a philosopher. His almost naive dedication to the subject unearthed some controversial and, sometimes, creepy theories.  The bone-white brilliance of his reasoning, so far, ... Read More »

SOME MAPS.

SOME MAPS.

Cartography, sometimes, can be a form of art. It can introduce us to a parallel world where man represents himself under thousands forms. Every map is thus a metaphor of reality, an invention, a creative interpretation of space and things in the theatre of time. Maps give name to the unnamed, chart the uncharted, disclose ... Read More »

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