Daily Archives: February 21, 2014

Photographer Uncovers A Host Of Obamavilles In Nearby Baltimore

Something tells me we’ll be seeing more ‘Obamavilles’ in the near future.

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The Secluded Homeless Camps Of Baltimore

Photo Credit: Ben Marcin

” During the hunting season, Ben Marcin likes to hike on the edge of Baltimore’s woodlands. That’s where he discovered the city’s secluded homeless camps; makeshift dwellings for locals who choose to live off the grid but close to roadways and shopping centers. 

  Marcin is no stranger to documenting solitude in the built environment. So he decided to find as many of these as possible, putting together a photo project called Camps. Similar to Last House Standing, in which the photographer captured lonely rowhouses around the Mid-Atlantic, Marcin shot the dwellings without the dwellers themselves.

  While Baltimore’s solitary rowhouses often symbolize neighborhood decline and the dedication of those who remain, Camps shows a different kind of loneliness – the section of Baltimore’s homeless population that feels uncomfortable using city-provided shelters. Instead, these residents choose to carve…

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Daily Video 2.21.14

Let’s start treating men and women as human beings for once.

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Feminism 2.0

Published on Feb 10, 2014

” We hear it all the time: “America is patriarchal!”, “American women are oppressed!”. Well, a lifelong feminist and former National Organization for Women member, Tammy Bruce, is tired of hearing it–and she has a solution laid out in our newest video: Feminism 2.0. One that tells women that they should be proud to act feminine. One that tells them that simply copying men and masculine traits is actually demeaning to women. One that honors all responsible choices, including becoming a wife and mother.

  You can support Prager University by clicking https://www.prageruniversity.com/dona…. Free videos are great, but to continue producing high-quality content, even small contributions are greater.”

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Pluto flyby on the Horizon

Universe @ CSIRO

This past Tuesday, 18 February, marked the 84th anniversary of the discovery of Pluto, our favourite dwarf planet.

Pluto as seen by the Hubble Space Telescope. Image Credit NASA, ESA and M.Buie (Southwest Research Institute) Pluto as seen by the Hubble Space Telescope. Image Credit: NASA, ESA and M.Buie (Southwest Research Institute)

Back in 1930, a young astronomer, Clyde Tombaugh, was studying photographic plates as part of the search for an elusive planet that was theorised to exist beyond Neptune and Uranus.

Of course, we now know that we can’t technically call Pluto a planet, thanks to a decision made by the International Astronomical Union in 2006 (and our own Ron Ekers, who was President of the IAU at the time).

However, this certainly doesn’t take away from the 76 years that Pluto was officially considered the 9th planet. In fact, I have yet to give up on “My Very Easy Memory Jingle Seems Useful Naming Planets” mnemonic when it comes to planetary…

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