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Ball of carbonized thread of linen or nettle dating from the Middle Neolithic (3,900 – 3,300 BC) from the Marin-Epagnier / Préfargier site, France.

After Joëlle Bregnard Munier/Romain Pigeaud

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Trapped, tangled, derailed, rudderless, coasting, uncertain, frustrated. Dramatic hearts, grace, vanishing points and imagined perspectives, night blooms, faded colors, seasons, months, days, heartbeats.

 

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Book-shaped French cipher machine, with arms of Henri II of France gilt brass and gold. 1547–1559

Enciphered letter from Gabriel de Luetz d’Aramon, French Ambassador to the Ottoman Empire, after 1546, with partial decipherment

 

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More boys than girls are born in the wake of war. Statistically beyond doubt, everywhere, and consistently. If you shoulder this question like it’s yours to answer it squeezes your think-bone till it taps out. Either there is:

  • Individually something in the nervous system of men and women, or at least of women that turns direct observation of their society at war into a temporary preference for boys.
  • or –
  • Some sort of “Community Organism” feedback system sending that message as instructions that are followed.

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