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Topographically accurate LED moon light by NOSIGNER
“The so called Supermoon – the lunar occurance on March 19th, 2011 in which the moon appeared 14% bigger and 30% brighter – shined down on the people of Japan, inspiring them to believe in, and have hope for, rebuilding what they had lost just over a week ago. The Moon is a topographically-accurate LED light that was created based on data retrieved from the Japanese lunar orbiter spacecraft Kaguya.”
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No bananas on the boat. This is a universal rule in fishing communities. A banana spells bad luck. This probably dates back to the days when banana boats commonly ran aground on the shores of the Caribbean. It also may have something to do with the large black spiders that occasionally crawled out of the banana crates and bit seamen. Either way, expect a long swim home if the captain of a crab boat finds you in possession of a banana…
More Fisherman’s Superstitions from Kirk Lombard on DARK RYE: The Ritual Issue
Along with men named Jonah, cats, whistling, making nooses, and black bags.
NY under water.
The eye-catching swimming pool in Mumbai, India, has been built to raise awareness about the threat of sea level rises as a result of global warming.
It was constructed by attaching a giant aerial photograph of the New York City skyline to the floor of the pool.
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