To Find Life on Other Planets, Scientists Will Look For… Hairspray?
We've never been closer to finding life on other planets. It shouldn't come as a surprise, but it's an important fact to keep in mind when you think about what you're about to read. In trying to figure out how the human race might be able terraform and live on other planets, scientists have discovered what may be the best way to detect whether intelligent alien species have been there before us. While it's a technically advanced process and nothing scoff at, in the end scientists have decided that, from now on, they will make a concerted effort to look for signs of spray deodorant and hairspray on previously undiscovered worlds.Read on...
In "Aerosol Amoeba," artist Pahnl Whatnow put spray paint between two sheets of acetate, filmed for 144 hours, and condensed what he saw into four minutes of trippy, hypnotic color. (via Wooster Collective)Read on...