posted on Sep, 12 2014 @ 04:13 AM
Hi. I've been an ATS fan for many years. I learn so much from all of you! I'm a sociologist and teach at a local college. I have referred students
to ATS to find material for arguing complex social issues. That may seem counter-productive but I have found that students are more interested in
certain issues if there is controversy involved.
Meanwhile, I am writing an adventure game that revolves around the theme of temporal liminality. In my research I often find peculiar contrasts that
may be of interest to ATS readers. I thought some of you might like to consider a few for your own research.
I will post "specimens" over the next few weeks in different topic areas, hoping to get fresh perspectives and possible new information that will
benefit all interested. If I post something redundant that I apparently missed in ATS searches, please forgive my oversight and provide corrective
To give you an idea of what I'm up to, here are lines drawn on the plains of Nazca, and lines drawn in the sky as contrails. These are randomly
chosen and aren't necessarily from the same location:
Do you think these examples have anything to do with each other? Could the line drawers have been trying to mirror what they saw happening in their
Thank you for taking a look and offering new perspectives!