#5cosas por las que ha merecido la pena estar vivo esta semana (44)





El articulo interactivo del Washington Post «NASA hopes to hit an asteroid now in case we really need to knock on away later». Aquí.

Un extracto:

«If all goes well, the spacecraft that NASA plans to launch Tuesday will smash itself to bits against an asteroid.

If all goes absolutely perfectly, that impact will jostle the asteroid into a slightly different orbit, meaning that for the first time, humans will have changed the trajectory of a celestial object.

Making history, however, is incidental. The real mission is to defend the planet.

No need to panic: The target space rock has no chance of striking Earth, nor does any other known asteroid for at least half a century. This NASA mission, operated by the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory in Laurel, Md., is testing a technique for redirecting an asteroid in case future Earth folk really need to bat one out of the way.»



La nueva versión que hace La La Love del tema de Nena Daconte «Tenía tanto que darte»





El poema de Elizabeth Alexander «Butter», incluido en su libro Body of life (Tia Chucha Press, 1996).

Dice así:

«My mother loves butter more than I do,

more than anyone. She pulls chunks off
the stick and eats it plain, explaining
cream spun around into butter! Growing up
we ate turkey cutlets sauteed in lemon
and butter, butter and cheese on green noodles,
butter melting in small pools in the hearts
of Yorkshire puddings, butter better
than gravy staining white rice yellow,
butter glazing corn in slipping squares,
butter the lava in white volcanoes
of hominy grits, butter softening
in a white bowl to be creamed with white
sugar, butter disappearing into
whipped sweet potatoes, with pineapple,
butter melted and curdy to pour
over pancakes, butter licked off the plate
with warm Alaga syrup. When I picture
the good old days I am grinning greasy
with my brother, having watched the tiger
chase his tail and turn to butter. We are
Mumbo and Jumbo’s children despite
historical revision, despite
our parent’s efforts, glowing from the inside
out, one hundred megawatts of butter.»
Las fotonovelas (o reportajes poéticos de moda) de la revista Contributor Magazine, en particular «California Noir».
Los visuales que las artistas Ali-Eddine Abdelkhalek (Aladdine3000) y Charlotte Krieger proyectaban en bucle durante las actuaciones de Bonaventure (Soraya Lutangu) de la época 2018-2020. En esta pieza especial se incluye, además, una banda sonora compuesta por un popurrí de temas del EP de Bonaventure, Mentor (2018).


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