Sunday Things - Sunday edition

posted in Links by Cargo Cult on Sunday July 15 2012

Sunday mornings are for reading the Sunday Papers, drinking tea and planning new photographic excursions.

Instead we got online tax returns, cheap tat from China and videos of cats on YouTube. The real future's crap.
Film Programme for Fritz Lang's 1927 Metropolis - "Depicting Scenes, Story and Incidents in the Making of the World's Greatest Modern Spectacular Film Masterpiece".

Is using a 3D printer cheating?
Geometric Sculpture from a George W. Hart. Maximum mathematics!

This is also what the future was supposed to look like. :-(
Soviet Passenger Hydrofoils - straight from an alternate Communist future. Like me, Dark Roasted Blend has an obsession with hydrofoils and ekranoplans.


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1936 Fairbanks Morse Model 32D - huge old earth-shaking locomotive engine belching fumes and blowing smoke-rings. Extra: stop-motion Triumph engine rebuild.

DZIWNE PRZYGODY KOZIOŁKA MATOŁKA - occasionally something completely inexplicable arrives via one's RSS feeds. This is one of those things.

Bonus Weird History corner:

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1. Corpse-bots?

Posted by chiasaur11 at 2:12AM, Sunday July 15 2012

Okay, that would be the best way to creep out guests.

Or do I mean worst? One of the two.

Just making realistic veins and other systems over a corpse feels so small time in comparison.

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