Joy Harjo, Jordan Peele, Neon Genesis Evangelion, and more in today's daily Link Tank!
Images from Cold War spy satellite show dramatic ice loss in the last forty years.
"When the United States launched its Hexagon Kh-9 surveillance satellites in the 1970s, the hope was to collect crucial intelligence on Soviet activities as they surveyed over 877 million square miles of the Earth’s surface. But these eyes in the sky ended up capturing images of a different threat to the future of the planet: the accelerating loss of ice on the Himalayas aka the world’s “third pole.” This phenomenon threatens the water supply of millions of people."
Read more at Inverse.
Us director Jordan Peele has dropped new information regarding the film's mythology.
"The Hollywood Reporter is breaking down some of the best reveals from the digital and blu-ray release of Jordan Peele’s Us, the horror hit