The Classification of Clouds, Cloud Observatory

Australian Broadcasting Corporation, WFMU
The Classification of Clouds, Cloud Observatory, 2016
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A cloud never seems to be just a cloud. When we’re lying on our backs in the grass on a summer's day, we see heads, animals, mountains, body parts, all morphing and changing. When we’re uploading files, sending messages, we send them out into an internet so mysterious, so ethereal, that we’ve taken to calling it the cloud. When we look to the clouds as signs of weather we think of the climate, the carbon particles filling the atmosphere, storms, rain, sea levels.
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