CURSOR NOVA I

pandemic maps highlighting the importance of transformative world views.

cursor (n.)
c. 1300 (as a surname) “a running messenger,” from Latin cursor “runner,” also “errand-boy,” from curs-, past-participle stem of currere “to run” (from PIE root *kers- “to run”).

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April 20 2020 | recovery signature

April 10 2020 | infected – dead – recovered

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dymaxion world projection

April 9 2020  | recovered

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