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Why Does Earth's Magnetic Field Flip? Quote: "Earth's magnetic field has flipped many times over the last billion years, according to the geologic record. But only in the past decade have scientists developed and evolved a computer model to demonstrate how these reversals occur."

The Crusade Against Evolution: In the beginning there was Darwin. And then there was intelligent design. How the next generation of 'creation science' is invading America's classrooms.

Astronomers Track "Perfect Cosmic Storm": Quote: >Astronomers using the XMM-Newton Observatory have witnessed the most powerful collision of galaxies yet seen that sent 100-million-degree gas spewing through space. With an energy output that is second only to the big bang, the event has been dubbed the "perfect cosmic storm." “What was once two distinct but smaller galaxy clusters 300 million years ago is now one massive cluster in turmoil,” remarks team leader Patrick Henry of the University of Hawaii.<

Ordering a pizza in control society: Nice shockwave movie distributed by ACLU.

Horse Head Pillow: Quote: "This is our little contribution to the Godfather legacy. A custom severed horse head pillow that is actually quite comfortable to sleep on, albeit a tad on the south side of morbid. A great conversation piece for the film buff who has everything and whose wife won't let them own a revolver. Same effect without the mess. Fans of the Godfather can now unite and rest comfortably, if not uneasily."

Xtreme weather meets Xtreme media bubble: Quote: >When it comes to weather news, it's been all-hurricane-all-the-time -- and under the pressure of storm after storm, news language has escalated. "Bizarre" and "strange" have been two recent words of choice in describing Florida's weather disasters. Yesterday, I heard a CBS radio announcer complain that "Mother Nature's piling on"; while the "chief meteorologist" for a local Florida TV station recently wrote, "But I think I echo the sentiment of many when I say, 'Come on, Mother Nature, you are out of control!'"<

DNA barcodes tag species: Genetic sequence could give an instant biological identification.

Jörg Piringer: Jörg is dealing with language art, good ol’ neo-cut-up, kleptopoetry, time based literature and audiovisual interactive poetry stuff. But to quote Jörg: "You don't have to call it poetry if the term shocks you." Additionally, Jörg is part of the first Vienna Vegetable Orchestra.

Hand-drawn holograms

Zero by Zero: Quote: "Our society seems to be very technologically advanced. Looks like everything has been thoroughly studied but the depths of the oceans. Our mathematics is so advanced that it's mind boggling to many people. We have built buildings way high in the sky. Bridges longer than many cities. Obviously we are capable of great technological know how. And yet it saddens me to bring this topic up at such a late stage in the game. Yes the old division by zero problem. [...]" Yeiks. What an interesting leisure time activity.

"Painting as Ogress": Séamus Kealy is a Canadian artist and curator. I first met him last summer when he was artist in residence at the Museumsquartier Vienna, where we happen to have our monochrom office. What can I say? Kealy's paintings are not antimodern nor postmodern. They function as a side step of the modern, a hybrid. But see for yourself ...

Is Grammer and Foremat Important? "If you look illiterate, does your screenplay suffer? Or, why you need to have rules before you can break them." A Metaphilm feature by Paul N. Lazarus.

Nietzsche: The Problem of Autumn: A photo-tour of Europe in the footsteps of Friedrich Nietzsche (by David Farrell Krell and Donald L. Bates).

Dogs sniff out bladder cancer: Mutt's noses pick up scent of sick urine.

The spoils of another war: NATO's Kosovo privatizations: Article by Neil Clark. Intro: >'Wars, conflict - it's all business," sighs Monsieur Verdoux in Charlie Chaplin's 1947 film of the same name. Many will not need to be convinced of the link between US corporations now busily helping themselves to Iraqi state assets and the military machine that prised Iraq open for global business. But what is less widely known is that a similar process is already well under way in a part of the world where B52s were not so long ago dropping bombs in another "liberation" mission. The trigger for the US-led bombing of Yugoslavia in 1999 was, according to the standard western version of history, the failure of the Serbian delegation to sign up to the Rambouillet peace agreement. But that holds little more water than the tale that has Iraq responsible for last year's invasion by not cooperating with weapons inspectors.<

Doom and Gloom by 2100: Unleashed viruses, environmental disaster, gray goo--astronomer Sir Martin Rees calculates that civilization has only a 50-50 chance of making it to the 22nd century.

Scientists Discover New Marine Habitat In Alaska: While researchers in Alaska this summer used high-tech submersibles and huge ships to plumb the deep-ocean depths in search of new species, a team of scuba diving scientists working from an Alaska fishing boat has discovered an entirely new marine habitat just a stone's throw from shore.

"In Bed, No One Can Hear You Scream": Quote: "These days it’s sometimes hard to talk seriously about the ethics of sex. That’s where the Alien movies come in. Of course, with four directors, figuring out what they’ve got to say is another story." (one more Metaphilm comment)

Russ Meyer is dead... and Captain Tralfaz wrote a short blog comment.

The Phase Diagram of Water: A phase diagram shows the preferred physical states of matter at different temperatures and pressure.

Polar microbes get helping hand: Thaws and meteors could create cradles for life.

The Connection Between Militarism and Violence Against Women: "With no end in sight to the horribly misguided and damaging 'War on Terrorism', it is increasingly urgent to recognize the effects of war on women. There can be no true peace while the pandemic of violence against women continues, a pandemic that is greatly exacerbated by militarism." (Marshall)

The City of Disney Book VII: Augustine of Epcot and his scribe. Article by Daniel White (Professor of Philosophy and the Humanities at the Honors College of Florida Atlantic University) on ctheory.

Preference, Satisfaction and the Good: Michael Philips (a professor of philosophy at Portland State University in Portland, Oregon) wonders what you really, really want.

Network: This is an animated map of how long a "Ping" takes from Berlin to a number of cities. The globe is distorted according to the duration of the Ping. As you mouse-over a city-name the corresponding (sp)line is highlighted.

The Dvorak keyboard layout is a control panel option on almost every current computer. It is a vastly more comfortable and efficient alternative to the standard "QWERTY" pattern, which was designed in the 1800s with no effective attempt at typing comfort.

The Concise History of 4000 Years of Medicine?

Christian Paintball Players? Promised Land Sports Park!

Conduct, Misconduct, and Cargo Cult Science: Scientific paper by James R. Wilson. Wilson is quoting Richard Feynman: "In the South Seas there is a cargo cult of people. During the war they saw airplanes land with lots of good materials, and they want the same thing to happen now. So they've arranged to make things like runways, to put fires along the sides of the runways, to make a wooden hut for a man to sit in, with two wooden pieces on his head like headphones and bars of bamboo sticking out like antennas--he's the controller--and they wait for the airplanes to land. They're doing everything right. The form is perfect. It looks exactly the way it looked before. But it doesn't work. No airplanes land. So I call these things cargo cult science, because they follow all the apparent precepts and forms of scientific investigation, but they're missing something essential, because the planes don't land. [...]"

From Vulnerability to Virtuosity: Buddhist Reflections on Responding to Terrorism and Tragedy. Peter D. Hershock's article in the 'Jounal of Buddhist Ethics'.

Dog Water: That's the essence of capitalism. Selling water especially for dogs. Quote: "[...] The world s first vitamin fortified bottled water specifically formulated to provide your dog with essential vitamins that contribute to overall good health and provide the hydration your dog needs. Our water can be enjoyed in four of the flavors dogs enjoy most: chicken, beef, liver and lamb. [...]"

Russia says combined efforts needed to meet "dirty bomb" threat: Quote: "Vienna, 20 September: The creation of "a dirty atomic bomb" may only be prevented by the combined efforts of the global community, the head of Russia's Federal Atomic Energy Agency, Aleksandr Rumyantsev, said ahead of the 48th session of the general conference of the International Atomic Energy Agency [IAEA] in Vienna."

Avocado vs Leafy Greens: Article by Howard Switzer. Quote: "The Green Party has been described as being made up of two factions, the realo and the fundi greens. Being jargon that I am not familiar with, and don't quite understand, I won't attempt to explain them to you. Instead I've come up with my own view of the two, shall I say, visions of the Green Party. One is the Avocado Green which Peter Camejo has described as being green on the outside and green on the inside. The other is the Leafy Green, also green inside and out. Bare with me, I'll try and explain the difference."

Scary Squirrel World: Paranoid rodent terror.

Ox's Natural Mosquito Repellant Synthesized in Lab: An Asian wild ox is helping scientists in the fight against pesky mosquitoes. Researchers have succeeded in determining the exact structure of a compound that gaurs excrete as a mosquito deterrent and synthesizing it in the laboratory. The results could help control the spread of mosquitoes that carry tropical diseases, such as yellow fever and malaria.

The Giants of Anime are Coming: The three titans of Japanese animation are all about to unleash monster new films. Watch your back, Shrek.

The Roots of Atheism

Hiding the elephant: Review by John-Ivan Palmer. "Houdini vanished the elephant, but modernity vanished magic."

Radioactivity gets fast-forward: A radioactive element's rate of decay has been speeded up. Scientists in Japan have persuaded a radioactive material to decay significantly faster than normal. Question: Could we neutralize radioactive waste more quickly?

Strings Of Shadowy Rings Drape Saturn: Saturn's ring shadows appear wrapped in a harmonious symphony with the planet in this color view from the Cassini spacecraft.

Animal Vegetable Video: Pursuing the Art and Science of Capturing Animal and Plant Perspectives. That means: some guys strap cameras to tarantulas, alligators, buffalos, frogs, tumbleweed, etc.

NASA Works to Salvage Genesis Samples: Quote: >The return of the Genesis spacecraft to Earth on September 8 did not go according to plan. The vessel, which spent 27 months collecting data and samples of the solar wind, entered Earth's atmosphere as scheduled on Wednesday morning, but its parachutes failed to deploy and the capsule crashed into the Utah desert. Though discouraged by the setback, NASA scientists were still hopeful that some of the samples could be recovered. Now early results have proved promising. “We are bouncing back from a hard landing and spirits are picking up again,” reports NASA's Orlando Figueroa.<

Vampire Problem page: Quote: >I am 17 years old and a recently awakened vampire. Wow, it was really hard for me to admit that because, for a long time now, I have denied it to myself. The incident that broke the camel’s back was when my mom was making dinner and the uncooked steak was just sitting there on the counter, dripping precious life blood. Oh how sweet it was! I felt the uncontrollable urge to lap it all up like Campbell’s chicken soup. When my mom left the kitchen I ran over and sopped the juicy blood up with a piece of bread. Then, thinking it was a little weird, I spread peanut butter on another piece of bread and made myself a peanut-butter-and-blood sandwich. It was pretty good. Sometimes when my parents yell at me about not washing the dishes, I just want to scream, ‘OK, YOU TRY BEING A VAMPIRE!!!’<

Foreskin Restorer: Quote: "The surface of the glans (the head of the penis) is not skin, but naturally moist mucous membrane. Without the foreskin, the glans becomes dried, toughened and insensitive. The slack skin possessed by the ‘intact’ makes intercourse better for both partners. Skin growth is achieved by gently tensioning the penile shaft skin. In one to three years, most restorers have enough skin to fully cover their glans when flaccid. That’s a commitment, but 100,000 men find it worth the effort." [...] "There are many ways to pull on the skin – some involving messy adhesive tapes – but none is as easy, effective and comfortable as our Tapeless Conical TLC TUGGER™. Wear it discretely under slacks during the day, and to bed at night. It stays put even during exercise, but removes in seconds for urination or intimacy." [...] "Lest you think it’s just the lucky circumcised American male who has access to this fashionable item, TLC TUGGER would like you to know they offer FREE shipping to Israel, Muslim states, and third-world nations."

Gibson’s Sublime Passion: In Defense of the Violence: Why do we watch tragedies and horror movies? Philosopher Bill Irwin suggests that our answer can help explain why Gibson made The Passion of the Christ the way he did. It’s a matter of aesthetics, and there’s a distinction to be made between the beautiful and the sublime. A Metaphilm online exclusive.

The birth of a language: Deaf children reveal brain's ability to break down concepts.

Tempest for Eliza is a Program that uses your computer monitor to send out AM radio signals. You can then hear computer generated music in your radio.

monochrom Update // UDO 77, our Udo Proksch Musical: Sorry for posting only a few entries during the last days. Our musical "UDO 77" had its premiere on Wednesday. You're not from Austria? You don't know anything about Udo Proksch? Here's some info: In 1977 the ship 'Lucona' sank in the Pacific Ocean after an explosion killing 6 people. Udo Proksch, the owner of the cargo, also the owner of a famous Viennese confectioners', claimed 20 million US dollars from his insurance saying it was loaded with expensive uranium tilling machines. Investigations started and fraud was suspected. The investigations were obstructed by politicians with important functions who were private friends of Proksch. Finally several (ex-)ministers got sentenced. The ex-minister of Foreign Affairs was sentenced for making false documents (in cooperation with the Rumanian embassy) proving the authenticity of the cargo. Two other ministers were dismissed for obstructing the investigations. The minister of Defense, shareholder in the Proksch firm, had given permission to deliver explosives to sabotage the ship and committed suicide when that came clear. Quite a nice topic for a musical, we thought. If you're German speaking and you're in Vienna, please visit the show at the Rabenhof Theater.

Mapping the evolution of a virus: A University of California scientist working at Los Alamos National Laboratory with collaborators from the University of Cambridge (England) and the World Health Organization National Influenza Center at Erasmus Medical Center, (Rotterdam, Netherlands) have developed a computer modeling method for mapping the evolution of the influenza virus. The method could soon help medical researchers worldwide develop a better understanding of certain mutations in influenza and other viruses that allow diseases to dodge the human immune system.

NASA A 'Go' For Midair Capture Of Samples From The Sun: NASA's Genesis spacecraft crossed the orbit of the Moon early Monday, Sept. 6, on its way to the mission's dramatic finale over the skies of west-central Utah tomorrow. Genesis, bringing back samples of the solar wind, is NASA's first sample return mission since Apollo 17 returned the last of America's lunar samples to Earth in December 1972.

Al-Qaeda: The true story of radical Islam: Article by Noel Rooney. Intro: "The mythographers have been busy: Osama bin Laden is presently morphing into a modern old man of the mountains, his assassins spoken of with the same awe as their famously obscure forebears. This iconic levitation was never likely to bear much relation to fact; bin Laden's cult status is the result of a potent mix of demonisation and adulation, a literary sub-genre and an internet bubble. So it's first of all a plain relief to read a level-headed and informed analysis of al-Qaeda and its place in the diversity of islamisms (Burke settles on the judicious catch-all 'jihadist Salafis') staking a claim on the vanguard of Moslem militancy. After vanloads of invective passing itself as analysis, anything resembling common sense and objectivity should be grasped with gratitude."

Why is life expectancy longer for women than it is for men? Bertrand Desjardins, a researcher in the demography department of the University of Montreal, explains.

The physics of high heels: Scientists calculate how high heels can go. The formula? h = Q•(12+3s /8)

monochrom sighting // Anti Republican Convention Demonstration in New York: Someone wore one of our tshirts at the Anti Republican Convention Demonstration in New York. What an honour! Have look. It's picture #59.

Doom Liveroleplaying? Or environmentalist PR campaign?

Scaled-Up Darkness: Could a single dark matter particle be light-years wide? Qute: "In 1996 Discover magazine ran an April Fools' story about giant particles called "bigons" that could be responsible for all sorts of inexplicable phenomena. Now, in a case of life imitating art, some physicists are proposing that the universe's mysterious dark matter consists of great big particles, light-years or more across. Amid the jostling of these titanic particles, ordinary matter ekes out its existence like shrews scurrying about the feet of the dinosaurs."

The Digital Death Rattle of the American Middle Class: A Cautionary Tale by Dion Dennis (Assistant Professor of Sociology and Criminal Justice at Bridgewater State College). Published on ctheory.

Arcade History Database: Great arcade video games database.

Fair cake-cutting procedure: NY University professor Steven Brams and his team developed a political-economic theory for efficiently sharing out a cake.

The Mumford Time Machine: "The Mumford Time Machine is a programmable controller and intervalometer for special photographic effects. It allows you to trip the shutter of your camera or fire an electronic flash at specific intervals or in response to events. These trigger events can be sound, light, motion, or electrical signals."

Repetition: The Ring and the Diabolical Imaginary: Matthew Sharpe's elaborate analysis of the Japanese and English movie versions of 'The Ring' (on Cinetext).

Aspertame and Gulf War Syndrome: Quote: "Aspartame contains 10% methanol. That caught my attention! I know that methanol (wood alcohol) is a poisonous substance, which on ingestion causes blindness and death; two teaspoons full are considered lethal. [...] [M]ethanol destroys the brain, albeit a little at a time, and that effects are cumulative. Depending on a person's physical state and tolerance level, immediate effects can either be severe (resulting in epileptic seizures, including grand mal, blindness, chest palpitations), or less noticeable (causing blurred vision, bright flashes, tunnel vision, ringing or buzzing in ears, migraine headaches, dizziness, loss of equilibrium, lip and mourth reactions); less noticeable effects might be passed off as temporary or caused by something else. But everyone is affected in one way or another, since methanol causes toxic reactions, not just allergic ones in a few unfortunates." (via Catscam)

Pit gallery: This guy carves faces and objects from the seeds of fruit. Hardcore handicraft.

Ten ways of thinking about deconstruction: What does one have to do or say in order to be a deconstructivist? Nice intro by Willy Maley.

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Soviet Unterzoegersdorf / Sector 2 / The Adventure Game

Climate Training Camp

Krach der Roboter: Hello World!

Slacking is killing the DIY industry (T-Shirt)

Carefully Selected Moments / CD, LP

Freedom is a whore of a word (T-Shirt)


International Year of Polytheism 2007

Santa Claus Vs. Christkindl: A Mobster Battle

Could It Be (Video clip)

Pot Tin God

Hacking the Spaces

Kiki and Bubu and The Shift / Short film

Kiki and Bubu and The Privilege / Short film

Kiki and Bubu and The Self / Short film

Kiki and Bubu and The Good Plan / Short film

Kiki and Bubu and The Feelings / Short film / Short film

Sculpture Mobs

Nazi Petting Zoo / Short film

The Great Firewall of China

KPMG / Short film

The BRAICIN / Short film

Soviet Unterzoegersdorf / Sector 1 / The Adventure Game

I was a copyright infringement in a previous life (T-Shirt)

Brave New Pong

Leben ist LARPen e.V.

One Minute / Short film

Firing Squad Euro2008 Intervention


A tribute to Honzo

Lessig ist lässig

I can count every star in the heavens above -- The image of computers in popular music

All Tomorrow's Condensations / Puppet show

Bye Bye / Short film


PC/DC patch

Proto-Melodic Comment Squad


The Redro Loitzl Story / Short film

Hax0rcise SCO

Law and Second Order (T-Shirt)

They really kicked you out of the Situationist International?

Death Special: Falco

Applicant Fisch / Short film

When I was asked to write about new economy

Taugshow #6

Taugshow #7

Taugshow #9

Taugshow #10

Taugshow #11

Taugshow #14

Taugshow #15

Campfire at Will

Arse Elektronika 2007, 2008, 2009 etc.

The Void's Foaming Ebb / Short film

Remoting Future

When you / Short film


Free Bariumnitrate

Toyps / Typing Errors

ARAD-II Miami Beach Crisis

The Charcoal Burner / Short film

Digital Culture In Brazil


Nation of Zombia

Lonely Planet Guide action

CSI Oven Cloth

Dept. of Applied Office Arts

Farewell to Overhead

Google Buttplug

Fieldrecording in Sankt Wechselberg / Short film

Dark Dune Spots

Campaign For The Abolition Of Personal Pronouns


Space Tourism

In the Head of the Gardener

Entertainment (Unterhaltung) / Short film

Cthulhu Goatse

Nicholas Negroponte Memorial Cable

Coke Light Art Edition 06

Experience the Experience! (West Coast USA/Canada Tour 2005)

April 23

Overhead Cumshot

Irark / Short film


Instant Blitz Copy Fight

A Patriotic Fireman

A Micro Graphic Novel Project

Noise and Talk

The Exhilarator


SUZOeG Training / Short film

The Flower Currency


A Holiday in Soviet Unterzoegersdorf

How does the Internet work?

Paraflows 2006 and up

Special Forces

Coca Cola

About Work

Turing Train Terminal

Me / Short Film

Massive Multiplayer Thumb-Wrestling Network


Some Code To Die For

The Year Wrap-up

Soviet Unterzoegersdorf Metroblogging

Project Mendel

Display, Retry, Fail

Manifesto of Ignorantism


Towers of Hanoi



Every Five Seconds an Inkjet Printer Dies Somewhere




We know apocalypses

452 x 157 cm² global durability

A Good Haul

Blattoptera / Art for Cockroaches

Minus 24x

Gladiator / Short Film


An attempt to emulate an attempt

Paschal Duct-Taping

Laptop Crochetication


Somewhere in the 1930s

Soul Sale

The Department for Criticism against Globalisation

Dot Smoke

Georg Paul Thomann

Nurgel Staring

War On

Let's network it out


Mackerel Fiddlers


Disney vs. Chrusov / Short film

Bulk Mail

Easter Celebrations

Mouse Over Matter

Condolence for a Crab

Force Sting

Turning Threshold Countries Into Plows


A Noise

A. C. A.

Hopping Overland

Achy Breaky Heart Campaign

Hermeneutic Imperative III

Holy Water / Franchise

Roböxotica // Festival for Cocktail-Robotics


Engine Hood Cookies


The Watch

Creative Industry 2003

This World

Cracked Foundation For The Fine Arts

Sometimes I feel

Fit with INRI

Growing Money

Catapulting Wireless Devices

Buried Alive

Illegal Space Race

Magnetism Party

Brick of Coke

1 Baud

Scrota Contra Vota

Direct Intervention Engine

Oh my God, they use a history which repeats itself! (T-Shirt)


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