Theodora Allen, Syzygy (Narcissus), via this piece on her work at Art In America.
“The quantum gravity gradiometer, which was developed under a contract for the Ministry of Defense and in the UKRI-funded Gravity Pioneer project, was used to find a tunnel buried outdoors in real-world conditions one meter below the ground surface. It wins an international race to take the technology outside. The sensor works by detecting variations in microgravity using the principles of quantum physics, which is based on manipulating nature at the sub-molecular level. The success opens a commercial path to significantly improved mapping of what exists below ground level.” The possibility of mapping the underside of the ground.
A new issue of WRECKWATCH magazine showed up in my email, viewable here. WRECKWATCH does what it says on the tin: “Wreckwatch magazine, published three times a year, shares the sunken wonders and beauty of the world’s oceans that belongs to us all. The magazine covers new discoveries and the latest thinking about shipwrecks, exploration, maritime trade, history and art.” And it’s free.
I read Alan Garner’s TREACLE WALKER last night in one go and I think I will probably read it again tonight. Morning, computer.