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*Something Called "The Object" Stops World's Largest Tunneling Machine* What is "the object" blocking Bertha's path? Just look at the size of the tunnels it's been digging; whatever's in the way has got to be one tough mother. http://gizmodo.com/something-called-the-object-has-stopped-worlds-large-1487090414?utm_campaign=socialflow_gizmodo_facebook&utm_source=gizmodo_facebook&utm_medium=socialflow

Something Called "The Object" Stops World's Largest Tunneling Machine

Bertha, the world's largest tunneling machine, churning through the rock and mud beneath Seattle, has hit a mysterious roadblock—so mysterious, it is only known for now as "the object.

Credit: Rut Blees Luxemburg/PR Affliction

Photographer Rut Blees Luxemburg explores the public spaces of cities

In Hot days in camp Hansen, Japanese photographer Mao Ishikawa documents her intimate circle of female friends, most of whom worked as bar hostesses in Okinawa, and their G.I. boyfriends, lovers or acquaintances. The bars of Okinawa were racially segregated and Ishikawa's photographs were captured in 'coloureds only' establishments. The series made between 1975–7, bravely displayed forbidden relationships between the local girls and the American G.I.s.

Atsuki Hibi in Kyampu Hansen / Hot Days in Camp Hansen by Mao Ishikawa

In Hot days in camp Hansen, Japanese photographer Mao Ishikawa documents her intimate circle of female friends, most of whom worked as bar hostesses in Okinawa, and their G.I. boyfriends, lovers or acquaintances. The bars of Okinawa were racially segregated and Ishikawa's photographs were captured in 'coloureds only' establishments. The series made between 1975–7, bravely displayed forbidden relationships between the local girls and the American G.I.s.

Juxtapoz Magazine - Female Shamanism by Masatoshi Naito

Female Shamanism by Masatoshi Naito

Female Shamanism used to be a large phenomenon within Japan; today it is limited to the region of Tohoku. In this region there is still a great folk t.

Teikoh (Resistance) by Kazuo Kitai (signed)

Teikoh (Resistance) by Kazuo Kitai (signed)

Publisher: Murai-sha, Tokyo Year: 1965 Format: Softcover, 39 pages Edition: First Condition: Used, very good. Small bump to corner.

Toshio Shibata, Tajima Town, Minamiaizu County, Fukushima Prefecture, 1989 © Toshio Shibata

Toshio Shibata’s Visionary Photographs Transform Infrastructure To The Sublime

Naohiro Utagawa “Assembly” QUIET NOISE, Tokyo 2017 member of Spew Edition with Daisuke Yokota and Koji Kitagawa.

Naohiro Utagawa “Assembly” QUIET NOISE, Tokyo 2017 member of Spew Edition with Daisuke Yokota and Koji Kitagawa.

Yutaka Takanashi: The Beatles Film Festival, Marunouchi Shochiku Theatre, Chidyoda-ku, from the series "Tokyo-jin", 1965

Yutaka Takanashi, The Beatles, Marunouchi Shochiku Theatre, Chidyoda-ku (Toyko-jin 4 de Abril,

power transmission lines- this is from an artistic pin, but while engineers see the sharp lines and contrast, they can also see the technical: the millions of volts and amps that must pass through this single node.   Does anyone else remember that transmission loss over long distances is a function of voltage? Transformed power is stepped up into high amps for long distance transmission. More reasons we owe the modern age to Tesla.

power transmission lines- this is from an artistic pin, but while engineers see…

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