parislemon:

With iPhone 5, Apple Has Chiseled The Smartphone To Near Perfection

parislemon:

With iPhone 5, Apple Has Chiseled The Smartphone To Near Perfection

(via bbanksy2)

parislemon:

With iPhone 5, Apple Has Chiseled The Smartphone To Near Perfection

parislemon:

With iPhone 5, Apple Has Chiseled The Smartphone To Near Perfection

theclearlydope:

Clearly these things happen. 

theclearlydope:

Clearly these things happen. 

(Source: memewhore)

mothernaturenetwork:

3 videos from non-military robot dronesWhile drones have been used mostly in combat situations, hobbyists, real estate agents and scientists have found uses for the flying cameras.

mothernaturenetwork:

3 videos from non-military robot drones
While drones have been used mostly in combat situations, hobbyists, real estate agents and scientists have found uses for the flying cameras.

(via emergentfutures)

theclearlydope:

The new logo. Actually, only logo.

theclearlydope:

The new logo. Actually, only logo.

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theclearlydope:

The new logo. Actually, only logo.

theclearlydope:

The new logo. Actually, only logo.

theclearlydope:

I love this country.

theclearlydope:

I love this country.

theclearlydope:

This wins the Internet today.
scrotumcoat:

VW Walker

theclearlydope:

This wins the Internet today.

scrotumcoat:

VW Walker

emergentfutures:

Human-Made Photosynthesis to Revolutionize Food and Energy Production


Improving natural photosynthesis to make new fuels and boost crop production is the focus of Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council (BBSRC) funded research presented at the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) Annual Meeting February 17. It could see us one step closer to bottling the sun’s energy or turbocharging plants to produce bumper crops.
Full Story: Science Daily

emergentfutures:

Human-Made Photosynthesis to Revolutionize Food and Energy Production

Improving natural photosynthesis to make new fuels and boost crop production is the focus of Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council (BBSRC) funded research presented at the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) Annual Meeting February 17. It could see us one step closer to bottling the sun’s energy or turbocharging plants to produce bumper crops.

Full Story: Science Daily