Chopin - Polonaise in A-flat major, Op. 53 “Heroic”
Sickest ball court ever
Sometimes you climb out of bed in the morning and you think, I’m not going to make it, but you laugh inside—remembering all the times you’ve felt that way.
Helen Levitt - Kids in Box (1945)
This bizarre looking thing is “Ata the humanoid”, a mummified corpse found in the Atacama Desert ten years ago. It’s strange appearance led to many calling it an “alien”, claiming it as proof that extraterrestrials have visited Earth.
Well, it’s finally been submitted to a battery of tests and the results show it to be fully human. DNA analysis has even managed to pinpoint the location and nationality of its mother. The results do suggest that it was once alive and human, not a hoax, and so asks more questions than they answer.
The bone analysis suggests that this is not a fetus, but a child between the ages of 6-8. The specimen has just ten ribs (as opposed to 12), is just six inches long and has severe facial deformities. These symptoms do not match up to any known genetic disorder and experts have no idea how such a severely deformed and tiny child could have lived to age six.
Dan Levin / 2013
20.5”h x 12”w x 4.5”d
Recovery a part of ”Archive Fever” series, 2013
Dennis Stock. Igor Stravinsky in the studios of the Colombia Records, 1957
Artist & Illustrator:
Peckforton Castle, Cheshire, England
Cable news has, for all intents and purposes, ignored the shocking revelation that the fertilizer plant that exploded in West, Texas, was holding 270 tons of ammonium nitrate at the plant, 1,350 times the amount that is allowed without disclosure to the federal government.
AND HOW ABOUT MENTIONING THAT IT WAS A MONSANTO COMPANY, NEWS STATIONS. I AM DISAPPOINTED IN YOU.
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