The Resonances Between Indigenous Art and Images Captured by Microscopes

Roger Wepf, GuestWaking Times Rich visual parallels between Indigenous artworks and microscopic natural structures hidden in the world around us reveal unexpected and intriguing similarities that can deepen our respect for our country and its stories. A new touring exhibition in Sydney, bringing microscopy and Indigenous art together, explores these images, which pass on knowledge and shape our understanding of the world. Their resonances derive from the similar perspectives of the imagery, and symmetries hidden in nature. The microscopic images (known as micrographs) were captured on transmission electron microscopes, which create enlarged…

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Robots Takeover Domino’s New Supply Chain Center

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Rentable Facial Recognition Robots That Can Detect Emotion Coming To A Conference Near You

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Walmart Testing Robots For Fulfilling Grocery Orders

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Footage Of Jeffrey Epstein’s Jail Cell “Accidentally” Deleted, Including Backups

John Vibes, Truth TheoryWaking Times According to federal prosecutors who have been investigating the case of Jeffrey Epstein, the surveillance footage that should have captured the moments in which his alleged suicide occurred was accidentally deleted by the staff at Manhattan’s Metropolitan Correctional Center (MCC). The prison claims that the footage was accidentally taped over as the result of a clerical error, adding to the intrigue and suspicion surrounding Epstein’s death. To make matters even more suspicious, the prison keeps back up videos for all of their surveillance cameras, but the back…

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