We're all Anglo-Saxons Now    (hummed to the tune "Mama Weer All Crazee Now" by Slade

We're all Anglo-Saxons Now (hummed to the tune "Mama Weer All Crazee Now" by Slade

Liesl Pfeffer combines her photographs to create abstract nature-inspired collages. One could label her work as “mixed media”, though she’s given herself the title of “photo-media artist”.

Liesl Pfeffer combines her photographs to create abstract nature-inspired collages. One could label her work as “mixed media”, though she’s given herself the title of “photo-media artist”.

The 1996 discovery of an ancient skeleton near Washington state’s Columbia River sparked 20 years of legal battles between scientists and Native Americans: Scientists hoped to research the 9000-year-old human remains, while a coalition of tribes wanted to rebury “Kennewick Man,” who they considered an ancestor. Now, those battles are finally being laid to rest, Discover magazine reports.

The 1996 discovery of an ancient skeleton near Washington state’s Columbia River sparked 20 years of legal battles between scientists and Native Americans: Scientists hoped to research the 9000-year-old human remains, while a coalition of tribes wanted to rebury “Kennewick Man,” who they considered an ancestor. Now, those battles are finally being laid to rest, Discover magazine reports.

Sumo conference table, design: Fredrik Mattson | Discover magazine holder, design: Monika Mulder | Plint bar stool, design: Sandin & Bülow | Styling: Katrin Bååth | Photo: Sara Landstedt

Sumo conference table, design: Fredrik Mattson | Discover magazine holder, design: Monika Mulder | Plint bar stool, design: Sandin & Bülow | Styling: Katrin Bååth | Photo: Sara Landstedt

Discover magazine holder, design: Monika Mulder | Patch stool, design: Mia Cullin, Axel Bjurström | Styling: Katrin Bååth | Photo: Sara Landstedt

Discover magazine holder, design: Monika Mulder | Patch stool, design: Mia Cullin, Axel Bjurström | Styling: Katrin Bååth | Photo: Sara Landstedt

Discover Magazine: David Brin Predicts the Future: Back in 1999, I forecast that people would shrug off future shock when the big millennium rolled around. Now I suspect there really was a 21st-century trauma. Romantic nostalgia is rampant. You find very little interest in the modernist agenda of confident problem solving.  I also expected a few technologies that never came....

Discover Magazine: David Brin Predicts the Future: Back in 1999, I forecast that people would shrug off future shock when the big millennium rolled around. Now I suspect there really was a 21st-century trauma. Romantic nostalgia is rampant. You find very little interest in the modernist agenda of confident problem solving. I also expected a few technologies that never came....

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