Eugene and Mollie Griswold Christian make a lot of the same arguments for healthy living and raw food that you hear today. Only they make them in turn-of-the-century style.
Well, probably not any time soon. But these theoretical Cousin Itt skyscrapers, covered in energy-collecting hairs, still look sweet as hell.
Four American tourists were rescued after trying to have a picnic on an iceberg.
MJ cruises around town on her bike-courier owner's shoulder.
As Zimmerman's law of fast food states, gross food can only get grosser and weirder.
N.D. Austin, the organizer, describes this project as "transgressive placemaking."
This 1967 Karmann Ghia, converted to electric by Kansas City high schoolers, will turn Twitter mentions and Facebook likes into wattage to complete a 1,000-mile trip.
They don't call it a "hive mind" for nothing.
The type of solar cell isn't the most efficient, but it lends itself to uses where you need a little flexibility.
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