Thursday, February 25, 2010


everything that ive been uploading has been very half-arsed. Sorry 'bout that. I'm lazy and still somehow comitted to uploading something every weekday. Having lots of fun with photoshop though. Better than nothing?

Wednesday, February 24, 2010

Tuesday, February 23, 2010


Mariners have long told of rare nighttime events in which the ocean glows intensely as far as the eye can see in all directions.

Fictionally, such a "milky sea" is encountered by the Nautilus in Jules Verne classic "20,000 Leagues Under the Sea."

Scientists don't have a good handle what's going on. But satellite sensors have now provided the first pictures of a milky sea and given new hope to learning more about the elusive events.

The newly released images show a vast region of the Indian Ocean, about the size of Connecticut, glowing three nights in a row. The luminescence was also spotted from a ship in the area.

"The circumstances under which milky seas form is almost entirely unknown," says Steven Miller, a Naval Research Laboratory scientist who led the space-based discovery. "Even the source for the light emission is under debate."

The leading idea
Scientists suspect bioluminescent bacteria are behind the phenomenon. Such creatures produce a continuous glow, in contrast to the brief, bright flashes of light produced by "dinoflagellate" bioluminescent organisms that are seen more commonly lighting up ship wakes and breaking waves.

"The problem with the bacteria hypothesis is that an extremely high concentration of bacteria must exist before they begin to produce light," Miller told LiveScience. "But what could possibly support the occurrence of such a large population?"

One idea, put forward by the lone research vessel to ever encounter a milky sea, is that the bacteria are not free-living, but instead are living off some local supporting "substrate."

"This previous excursion reported the presence of bioluminescent bacteria, which were found to be living in association with an algal bloom," Miller explained.

"So, our best working hypothesis is that we are witnessing bioluminescence produced by bacteria that are colonizing some kind of organic material present in the water," he said. "Satellite detection will hopefully allow us to target milky seas with properly equipped research vessels that will then be able to answer all these questions definitively."



dislocated jaw?
'sokay. You'll be dead soon.

Monday, February 22, 2010


just thought I'd let you know that I'm in love with Mushi-shi.
feels like Hayao Miyazaki taking a nap. I want to go to there.


Sunday, February 21, 2010

Tuesday, February 16, 2010


"If you continue to internalise it you'll come undone. you know that, right?"


Monday, February 15, 2010


I couldn't leave the house yesterday so today is a double-post. It was just too fucking disgustingly hot so I had no other option but to sloth around in my underpants reading tacky sci-fi and taking a cold bath with ice-cubes in it, bitching and complaining the whole time.
redemption cametoday in the form of precipitation. I can barely see 100 metres from this window for the rain.

and now ima eat my packed lunch and enjoy this storm

Thursday, February 11, 2010


should have opted for the vasectomy instead.

Wednesday, February 10, 2010

Tuesday, February 9, 2010


lonely people talk too loud

Monday, February 8, 2010

Sunday, February 7, 2010


Trust Lust. If you don't want what you want then you're fucked.

Thursday, February 4, 2010


"pew pew" said the gun


ran out of maps. followed the powerlines home.

Wednesday, February 3, 2010


I think if I had assassins creed skills I would mostly use them for good, not evil.
recycling sneakers on powerlines.

Tuesday, February 2, 2010


This posting one picture a day is more of an epic mission than I thought it would be.

Monday, February 1, 2010


(her demeanour has become that of a soft-skinned
teenaged girls since losing her mind)


since tiring of unrelenting poet's praise and lover's gaze
the moon only illuminates parking lots, prison cells and back streets.
The only sweet words that ring true to her are those which rise from beneath vodka bile