Sneak peek… on Flickr.
…detail of a new painting for a group show I’m in at Art Primo SF next month.
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The Sun on April 11th, 2013.
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Sky high on Flickr.
The Hunt for Elusive Gravity Waves Heats Up
In the next five years or so, scientists are poised to discover proof that space and time can wrinkle in the form of gravitational waves. These waves were predicted almost 100 years ago by Albert Einstein’s general theory of relativity, but have yet to be seen.
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Can psychedelic drugs treat depression?
Drugs such as psilocybin and Ecstasy can be dangerous in the wrong hands. But when taken under professional supervision and combined with therapy, researchers say, just one or two doses can help patients unlock the sources of their troubles and experience therapeutic breakthroughs that otherwise might take months or years.
This bizarre looking thing is “Ata the humanoid”, a mummified corpse found in the Atacama Desert ten years ago. It’s strange appearance led to many calling it an “alien”, claiming it as proof that extraterrestrials have visited Earth.
Well, it’s finally been submitted to a battery of tests and the results show it to be fully human. DNA analysis has even managed to pinpoint the location and nationality of its mother. The results do suggest that it was once alive and human, not a hoax, and so asks more questions than they answer.
The bone analysis suggests that this is not a fetus, but a child between the ages of 6-8. The specimen has just ten ribs (as opposed to 12), is just six inches long and has severe facial deformities. These symptoms do not match up to any known genetic disorder and experts have no idea how such a severely deformed and tiny child could have lived to age six.
More info here.
The Abstracted Gallery presents
a special group show handpicked by DEUCE 7
IT WAS ALL A DREAM
Opening Friday, May 17th Through Sunday, May 19th, 2013
Dates and hours the show is open:
Friday, May 17th - 5:00-10:00 p.m.
Saturday, May 18th - Noon-8:00 p.m.
Sunday, May 19th - Noon-5:00 p.m.
The Abstracted Gallery
1618 Central Ave NE suite #110
Minneapolis, MN 55413
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