"A lie’s true power cannot be accurately measured by the number of people who believe its deception when it is told, it must be measured by the number of people who will go out after hearing it trying to convince others of its truth.” -- Dennis Sharpe
More blurred lines to help you realize you cannot know what’s real in imagery.
This series of photos that Japanese London-based photographer Chino Otsuka created is so nostalgic and heartwarming, it left me breathless. In “Imagine Finding Me,” Chino does something unique that I frankly have never seen before: she digitally inserts herself into old photos, so that she is standing next to her younger self. The concept is simple and her digital manipulation of the photos is done so well it makes it seem she is a time traveler (HMM). These pictures are filled with a sense of longing for simpler times that may hit you at your core.
This morning I woke up wondering exactly how many operational, man-made satellites are meant to be hovering /orbiting above us right now. One would expect that institutes such as NASA employing all those smart rocket scientists would get their numbers & math right – and consistently so – at least as far as the amount of these claimed objects orbiting in space is concerned. Amazingly enough, it turns out that this doesn’t seem to be the case: the numbers are as whimsical and contradictory as the alleged death tolls of the 9/11 scam. Before I set out to clarify what I’m on about, let us first go to our favorite encyclopedia of knowledge and information – to find out how many man-made satellites have supposedly been launched over the years – IN TOTAL: