Atheist Blackout Poetry

Bible Blacked Out: Searching

This is the second posting in the bible blackout series. Luke: Searching   The door is locked. Persist, keep asking. Everyone searches. Roam for rest. Lights a lamp.   I am sure there will be more to come!  Join me.  If you don’t want to post them yourself, please use this contact form to submit them. Hashtags:  #blackoutpoetry, #bibleblackoutpoetry »

Mad Quickies: 360º StoryBooks; Space Art; Geometric Bugs; Intentional Sonic Assault and More!

Mad Quickies: 360º StoryBooks; Space Art; Geometric Bugs; Intentional Sonic Assault and More!

Howdy, you guys, and happy weekend! Want to chill with some excellent links? Well, I’ve got your justifiable distraction right here. Enjoy! Swiss artist Chaotic Atmospheres created Geometric Insects of a Polygonal Planet. {via Brian G.} “The Art of Space” by Ron Miller is an astounding, comprehensive history of scientific space art. Also astounding? You can buy it for a pittance.... »

Women Painting Themselves pt 6

Women Painting Themselves pt 6

Anna Dorothea Therbusch 1721-1782 Self-portrait, 1761 from Wikimedia Commons I’m not going to lie, so far Anna Dorothea’s portraits are my favorite. I mean just LOOK at that FACE. I’m pretty sure I give people a very similar look on a daily basis. All relating to long dead artists aside, on a technical note Anna Dorothea’s trade is noted by brushes and pallet she’s ho... »

smallest sculpture, a human figure standing on a strand of hair

Mad Quickies: The Smallest Sculptures Ever Created, Cymatics, Walls of Snow and More!

Hey gang, take my hand and come on a magical Art and Science journey with me. It’s not actually magic but it may as well be. Okay let’s start with the coolest thing. Cymatics is the study of visible sound via vibration. It is also the title of a ridiculously wonderful music video by Nigel Stanford that demonstrates the phenomenon in many different ways. I could watch this all day. I... »

Saving Oceans by Saving Otters: The Marine Conservation of Sandrine Hazan (Women in Science 25!)

Saving Oceans by Saving Otters: The Marine Conservation of Sandrine Hazan (Women in Science 25!)

The southern sea otter is the white knight of the Pacific Coastal ecosystem. In an ocean threatened by the ravenous kelp-ravaging hunger of a growing horde of sea urchins, the clever and noble otter is among the only marine creatures which are willing to eat these spikey, radially symmetric jerks. And because otters eat A Lot, the urchins are kept in check, and the kelp forests survive to serve as... »

Officially underwater: Nanowrimo update 3

Officially underwater: Nanowrimo update 3

Day: 18 Goal word count: 30,000 Word count: 25,013 Mood: Overwhelmed Prognosis: Need to sit down and write. So much for all that planning I did last week. To be fair, I think the planning did help me — when I sit down and stare at my screen with the sinking feeling that I should be writing words and instead I am drawing a blank and wishing I could watch youtube videos, I can latch on to some... »

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