An immunologist in Japan named Qing Li has been working for years to show that you can get a bunch of the benefits of nature without actually going there.
San Francisco has unveiled the Bay Lights project, in which the bridge is illuminated with 25,000 twinkling LEDs. In two years, no pattern will be repeated, but we have a few here for you.
They did have to scrub the place down a bit.
The Gypsy Junker needs to go.
Back when the Arctic was a slightly-less-frozen wasteland, one-ton camels roamed its plains.
We've all been there. You're trying to sell a really nice bike to a dude who seems really interested, and then OF COURSE some jackass shows up with a unicorn and the whole deal goes sour.
IKEA: where you can get a cheap bed and some poop in your snacks.
It has embedded in it seven cameras that start recording when jarred and jostled -- i.e., when the cyclist wearing it gets into an accident.
Street artist INSA paints, photographs, re-paints, and re-photographs his works over a span of days, resulting in a piece of graffiti art that becomes really special when viewed as a time-lapse animation.
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