An Unquantifiable Abstract

"   Could we stop the militarization of space? It certainly looks like we could. The reason is that the U.S. is alone, literally alone, in pressing for it. The entire world is opposed, because they’re scared, mainly. The U.S. is way ahead. If other countries are not willing to even dream of full-spectrum dominance and world control, they’re way too far behind; they will react, undoubtedly. But they’d like to cut it off. And there are several treaties, which are in fact already in place, that are supported literally by the entire world and that the U.S. is trying to overturn. One is the Outer Space Treaty of 1967, which bans placing weapons in outer space. Everyone signed it, including the United States. Nobody has tried to put weapons in outer space. It has been observed and would be easily detected if anyone broke it. In 1999, the treaty came up at the UN General Assembly, and the vote was around 163 to 0 with 2 abstentions, the U.S. and Israel, which votes automatically with the U.S.   "
Noam Chomsky, “Militarizing Space ‘to protect U.S. interests and investment,” (via jayaprada)

letargos:

Robert Longo - Men in the Cities, 2009

oarv:

"SARCASME", Holic

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"   Human beings are works in progress who mistakenly think they’re finished.   "
Dan Gilbert (via forlornes)

a-night-in-wonderland:

cloud iridescence - caused as light diffracts through tiny ice crystals or water droplets of uniform size, usually in lenticular clouds.

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teapalm:

(Tasha Marie) | Yamnuska 

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