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Exercises in pattern recognition…

The good folks at Meta-Research (an “alternative astronomy” site) have collected provocative photos of the surface of Mars…

“When it comes to evidence for artifacts on Mars, people divide into two categories: those who find scientific analysis more convincing than imagery; and those who find the reverse to be true. Here, we present evidence that may appeal to both categories.”

Indeed, one can judge for one’s self…



See the entire set here.

As we narrow our eyes to slits, we might– we should– give thanks that Krazy Kat, the extraordinary comic strip by George Herriman, debuted on this date in 1910.


Krazy receiving Ignatz Mouse’s “brick of love”

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June 20, 2008 at 1:01 am

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