IONTW – March 19, 2017

Lake Berryessa spilling 1.5 feet on 3/4/2017 (bit slow with the post) – down from 3.6 feet over on 2/21 but still pretty dang cool. Historical highest level was 6.7 over in 1983!

Nuclear Test Films from Lawrence Livermore Labs. Something odd about preserving records of devices that can destroy the world, although yes, it is part of history and cool it is becoming part of the public record.

And, making a record of species that are disappearing from the planet – National Geographic’s Photo Ark.

Face as terrain.

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