Sunday Things - interminable edition

posted in Links by Cargo Cult on Sunday December 9 2012

This 'ere blog-thing has been going for over six months now. How long can it continue? Let us find out.

I'm amazed it's never leaked.
The Underwater Ballroom - hidden somewhere at the bottom of a lake lies a Victorian folly built by an eccentric and his six hundred men. Actually, it's a billiards room, but never mind. Of course, urban explorers have infiltrated this location in search of photographic goodness... Another expedition's photos here.


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The Earth spins at night - imagery from the Suomi NPP satellite mosaiced and composited into this virtual view of our planet at night, with its mysterious lights clustered around particular locations... via
Rendezvous with Rama via a 1970s dinner party?
Space Colony Art from the 1970s - this is what the future was supposed to look like, with a bucolic '70s-suburbia spread across the interiors of vast, impossibly expensive space habitats. via b3ta
Taken any time in the last few hundred years.
Sebastião Salgado in Siberia - gorgeous, other-worldly photos of the nomadic Nenets of northern Siberia. Beyond the mention of GPS in one of the captions, effectively impossible to date.

Bonus Gratuitous Self-Promotion corner:

I have no idea what's going on here - some kind of interview or something? Whatever happened, there's a second part here. Hello RPSers!

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