l We Apologise For The Inconvenience: DNA, or, "appearances are ambiguous"

October 4, 2007

DNA, or, "appearances are ambiguous"

could look like one thing on the outside but be completely contrary at the core, privy only to very few. most people never make it past the initial cursory viewing. not saying that's a bad thing at all, it's just a matter of priorities. the clues are all there, in plain sight, and anyone who cares enough, can and will "read" it. just don't read what you want to read. so what's in here? in you? in . . . ?

6 Comments:

Blogger sdq said...

but really, tell me what's in there. i saw only as much as you, the viewer, see. i did it. you can too.

October 4, 2007 at 9:40 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

are you talking about 'in the barge' or 'in the foto'?

I do see some sort of hand gestures (which I cannot read unfortunatley) by the men who seem to be standing guard; but what are they guarding?

also the green light on one side only, whatever that may mean, because a boat did go past in thr opposite direction depite the red only

mms

October 8, 2007 at 4:46 PM  
Blogger sdq said...

in the barge. what else is on there as signage?

October 8, 2007 at 6:31 PM  
Blogger Gaia said...

ammonium nitrate?

October 9, 2007 at 12:15 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

In the barge could be highly inflammable/oxidizing material...the sign shows some number along with the 'inflammable' sign. I am assuming all hazmats have some numbers.

is it caryying copper sulfate? there are two painted markings at different levels...could it mean to mark the level of the hazmat in the barge or does it mean that two containers inside are filled with it? but then CuSo4 is not inflammable...although poisonous

It now bothers me that we went past that barge up so close!
How can it be even carried amidst highly populated areas. The fact that everyone is so busy/unaware of what is going on around is simply ridiculous!

s-h-u-d-d-e-r s-h-u-d-d-e-r

October 9, 2007 at 4:56 PM  
Blogger sdq said...

it is ammonium nitrate, used for everything from fertlizer to explosive or oxidiser to in the petroleum industry. a simple compound, with a variety of uses and end results, just like DNA.

everyday surely you drive past trucks carrying gasoline, asphalt, etc. that's why they're labeled, no need for alarm.

if the general population doesn't know what's going on, it's their own fault--but by no means should any of this be headline news or come as as a shock either.

October 11, 2007 at 12:19 AM  

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