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Yehuda Berg

on Oct 22, 2018

"A true community is not just about being geographically close to someone or part of the same social web network. It's about feeling connected and responsible for what happens. Humanity is our ultimate community, and everyone plays a crucial role."

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Orionids

on Oct 20, 2018

vincentiu-solomon-4602-unsplash.jpg (1200x763)​​​​​​​Anyone else going to be watching the meteor shower tonight? Head over to this site to check out your viewing conditions ahead of time: https://www.timeanddate.com/astronomy/meteor-shower/orionid.html

Don’t forget to dress for the weather and bring your cell phone to allow for easier navigation of the night sky. I suggest using a blue light filter app on your phone such as “Darker” for android for less night vision issues.

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Robert Green Ingersoll

on Oct 20, 2018

"Hope is the only bee that makes honey without flowers."​​​​​​​

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Light Pollution & Giant Moons

on Oct 19, 2018

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“And in their haste to vanquish nature by erasing the line between day and night, they ended up looking to nature as a guide. They looked up, seeking a model in the largest and most reliable source of nocturnal light they knew: the moon. And so, for a brief and literally shining moment early in the days of human-harnessed electricity, the future of municipal lighting was glowing orbs suspended high above cities – towers, resembling oil derricks, capped with 4 to 6 arc lamps with a candlepower of 2,000 to 6,000 each. These manmade moons made the ultimate promise to the people below them: that they would never again be in the dark.“

As Lunarpunks, we need to remember that while a lot of things have happened in the past hundred years or so, we still feel this need to light up the darkness. To shine a light on the unknown and possibly dangerous world around us and we’re just learning how destructive this urge can be with the deaths of pufflings, throwing off migratory bird patterns, and disrupting sea turtles reproductive patterns. It’s up to all of to help us to not only promote sustainable energy but to also to protect our night sky from light pollution and with a little work, perhaps the next hundred years will bring back the night sky while also allowing us the safety we so crave as human beings within that darkness.

Source:

https://www.theatlantic.com/technology/archive/2013/03/tower-of-light-when-electricity-was-new-people-used-it-to-mimic-the-moon/273445/

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Hydrophyes & Terraphytes

on Oct 17, 2018

Land based ‘Terraphytes’ blooming at night and secreting a sticky concoction to attract lantern bugs, ash borers, and other invasive species. Plants that drastically reduce heavy metals and radiation, remediating the soil and air within a single growing period. Plants that produce all the minerals the human body requires in a day and can be used as a spice on top of food. Plants that produce light for our homes and medicine for our bodies. Mosses that produces red bioluminescence to warn of toxic environments. Plants that break down plastics left in the soil and neutralize their effects. Plants that absorb air pollution. Carnivorous plants that attract fleas and ticks. … The list could go on. What do you want to see in the future?

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Space Witches

on Oct 17, 2018

Have you ever dreamed of touching the stars? Molding with your own two hands a new star system? Feeling the power in an eclipse? Or bending the forces of gravity? The cosmos and magic can be used to create anything you can imagine. Let it be a source of good and light. The cosmos are already filled with chaos.

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Keepers of the Deep

on Oct 14, 2018

Jellyfish auroras in a desert sky with a few people walking underneath in the sand.

They walked farther than anyone had before through the desert. Past the shifting sands, past the point of no return where stars and sand confuse the mind and they saw things no one else had dared to see. Was it the aurora and the static they heard? Or the song of primordial beings in the deep? They didn’t care anymore. … They had decided to become the keepers of the deep and began to build their city below the beings that hovered just out of reach.

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Gene Amole

on Oct 13, 2018

“The sunrise, of course, doesn’t care if we watch it or not. It will keep on being beautiful, even if no one bothers to look at it.”

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Water

on Oct 12, 2018

geyashvecova:
“Art G.Shvecova (Design graphics - Mountain water_0712)
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~ the pondering muse🌙
In a lunarpunk world, water takes many forms. It’s a mysterious element that can appear like a solid black shadow, tricking your perceptions into falling...

In a Lunarpunk world, water takes many forms. It’s a mysterious element that can appear like a solid black shadow, tricking your perceptions into falling into it’s depths. It can flow rapidly and reflect back the ultraviolet hue of the atmosphere. Or it can glow or be lit from within through bioluminescence. Whatever form it takes however, one must always be aware that the depths are an illusion and it’s all too easy to mistake it for solid ground. Be wary traveler lest the waters claim you…

GIF Source: Art G.Shvecova (Design graphics - Mountain water_0712)

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Lost

on Oct 12, 2018

unkn0wncreation:
“lıllı єαяℓу ρσѕт ıllıllı
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~ the pondering muse🌙
Ultraviolet night
Stars above or a sandstorm?
A lunar hourglass.

Ultraviolet night
Stars above or a sandstorm?
A lunar hourglass.

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A Garden

on Oct 12, 2018

In pure defiance
I dig deep within the soil
Planting rebellion.

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Do Not Despair

on Oct 12, 2018

I noticed a lot of people are starting to despair after the new reports and articles on climate change this past week. Yes, it is that bad and it’s going to continue to get worse over time. But, this is not the time to despair, but a time for action.

Implement the little things you want to see in your Solarpunk/Lunarpunk future today. Start doing it now. If you find that there is something that you community is going to need in the future to be sustainable start talking about it with your neighbors. You’d be surprised how many feel the same way and just don’t know where to start. Now is the time to collaborate, discuss, plan, and build.

And if you don’t know where to start or if you feel you cannot contribute in any significant way. … Know this, every voice is important. You are important and you are not alone. We can do this.

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Auroras & Stars

on Oct 11, 2018

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Falling stars shoot across the night sky... Watch closely for the auroras that appear like radio static high above your head. What does it mean? What causes their unusual appearance and behavior? If you listen closely do you hear the static? The magnetosphere is putting on a show. Let’s hope it’s not at our expense. ...

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Other Worlds

on Oct 10, 2018

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“If we can identify another Earth-like planet, it comes full circle, from thinking that everything revolves around our planet to knowing that there are lots of other Earths out there.” -Sara Seager, professor of planetary science and physics at MIT

Did you know, not all stars produce the yellow light we’ve come to know from our sun? Blue supergiant stars exist and if a blue supergiant never rose above the horizon of a planet and we add in Rayleigh scattering? You get a low light planet with purple skies. Lunarpunk worlds could and most likely are real somewhere out there in the vastness of space.

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Winter

on Oct 09, 2018

Purple hued forest covered in snow

The darkness of a Lunarpunk world changes when it snows. Shadows collapse in upon themselves and disappear, things that were once invisible to the naked eye take form and shape. Travel is easier, depending on how much snow has fallen. The creatures that stalk you in the shadows have less places to hide. You have a better chance at survival out here on your own. But don’t be deceived. … The snow holds it’s own secrets.

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