Vanishing planes and phantom noises

The 727 that vanished: ‘Late in the morning on May 26, when Joseph and Swain were expecting 844AA to land, Joseph took a call from an Air Gemini employee, who demanded to know why another crew had flown the airplane out of Luanda. “He was kind of hard on me,” Joseph says. After the shock wore off, he telephoned the U.S. Embassy in South Africa to report the disappearance, then called his wife back in Florida to tell her to call the FBI. From Washington, D.C., the Department of State, notified by the U.S. Embassy in Angola, sent a message to every American embassy in Africa: Alert aviation officials that an airliner has been stolen, and call every airport with a runway long enough to handle a 727.’

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Simulating the dynamics of the moshpit in javascript / WatchMePivot Magazine, vogueish imagery driven stuff / art, design and photography at Wo and We / CLOG: BRUTALISM is the latest issue from the slow-burning architectural publication (‘Each issue explores, from multiple viewpoints and through a variety of means, a single subject particularly relevant to architecture now. Succinctly, on paper, away from the distractions and imperatives of the screen.’)

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Rorschach Audio – Art & Illusion for Sound is a site dedicated to the cultural impact of audio hallucinations and pareidolia. Set up by artist Joe Banks, it forms a ‘permanent on-line repository for material produced by or relevant to the ongoing “Rorschach Audio” research project, which was initiated in 1999. The “Rorschach Audio” project began as a critique of Electronic Voice Phenomena research (of the making and promotion of alleged ghost voice recordings) in parapsychology and in the arts.’ Via this recent BBC News story on EVP and Radio 4 documentary, ‘Out of the Ordinary‘.

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