In Which We Fear The Future

The History Of Science (Corner)

by Molly Lambert

Time to get ready for 2012! When the poles will shift and all the DMT in our brains will be released and the skies will open up and pour out ANSWERS. Or maybe not. Still, best to be prepared.

VOLUME I.

New Planets & Monkeys That Make Daggers & Live In Caves

VOLUME II.

Mega-Galaxy Milkdromeda & Face Reading & Napping Helmets

VOLUME III.

Wandering Black Holes & Underground Rivers & Robot Children

VOLUME IV.

Martian Oceans & Bonecrushing Wolves & The Origin Of Sex

VOLUME V.

H.P. Lovecraft & Red Pandas & Panspermia

VOLUME VI.

Lost Forests & Paper Bones & Axolotls

VOLUME VII.

Nematodes & Ginger Cavemen & Ancient Legless Crabs

VOLUME VIII.

Stellar Explosions & Toxic Algae & Forced Lobotomies

VOLUME IX.

Dark Matter & Thermoballing & Salamander Crossbreeds

VOLUME X.

Aquanauts & Peruvian Meteorite Hysteria & Dinosaur Fellatio

VOLUME XI.

Cloned Glow Cats & Purple Earth & Parasitic Stars

VOLUME XII.

Ice Quakes & Cannibalistic Jumping Spiders & Hubble Pix

VOLUME XIII.

Singing Mice & Booby Divorces & Walking Whales

VOLUME XIV.

Giant Jellyfish & Immortal Hydras & New Age Sea Condoms

VOLUME XV.

Mating Balls & Frog Polyandry & Sexual Selection Debunked

Molly Lambert is the managing editor of This Recording.

“End of the Road” – Eddie Vedder (mp3)

“In the Light of the Miracle” – Arthur Russell (mp3)

“Love Defined” – Daniel Johnston (mp3)

PREVIOUSLY ON THIS RECORDING

I would do anything for love, but I won’t do that.

Me keeping Danish and Molly happy.

The blue streak.

This Recording Is What You Think About When You’re Holding That Squid

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3 thoughts on “In Which We Fear The Future

  1. My 16-year-old daughter is presently salivating over this entry. She is enamoured with Lovecraft and, yeah, she’s a bit of a necromancer.

    (I just did a video of her introducing Lovecraft to August Derleth the other day. Long story.)

  2. This is a truly excellent post, as are all the Science Corners. I’m hoping that on December 22 or 23 (whichever, really), 2012 that I’m holding in my hands a copy of The Illuminatus! Trilogy, for just in case purposes. Or, maybe Grant Morrison’s The Invisibles, you know, in case we all get sucked into the supercontext.

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