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posted by on 10.25.10 at 12:43 pm

That is the best idea EVER. Why don't you do the same thing CON EDISON, WHY!

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Crows

posted by on 01.14.10 at 2:59 pm

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Definitely worth it, look how smart crows are. Hacker and writer Joshua Klein talks about how crows adapt extremely quickly and are very smart! Crows have adapted to the modern world with human in-habitation. Watch the experiment with the wire and the tube with meat inside. Watch how crows learn from each other and teach each other, they use cars to crack nuts, LITERALLY. Crazy birds. They have amazing memory and learn VERY quickly. Klein's point is basically: These birds are extremely intelligent, instead of exterminating them because they eat our crops, let's teach them and train them to do things that benefit both us and them.

Thanks a lot Adem Bora!

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Flying kills polar bears

posted by on 11.30.09 at 2:57 pm

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This is graphic ad of polar bears falling from the sky from Plane Stupid. It's supposed to make people aware of the environmental effects of flying... or something.

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SeedBombs

posted by on 05.17.09 at 5:35 pm

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When people hear the word bomb, it usually sends a signal to your brain and brings up terror, war, genocide, etc., but not this time. This is an "Eco Gadget" which is Eco-friendly. It is a "anti-desertification bomb" full of seeds. It has been made to stop desertification in areas where man-made structures have destroyed the environment. A bomb made to help our world rather than harm it.

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Recompute Cardboard Computer

posted by on 02.04.09 at 4:16 pm

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Recompute is a computer with a case made of cardboard. The idea behind it is that it is easy to make and easy to dispose.

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Instead of making cases out of plastic and various metals, its made of layers of cardboard and glue.

I’ve actually made a case out of cardboard before. I wanted to use the computer but I was currently modding the case and didn’t have anything to put the computer in. So I took the box the parts came in, got a box cutter, and made a case. After I finished modding the original case I threw out the cardboard one cause it was starting to break.

But this Recompute computer looks a lot stronger than the one I made. I bet you could sit on it.

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Use Your Coffee Grounds as Printer Ink

posted by on 02.04.09 at 2:14 pm

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For all you coffee lovers, you can now use your old coffee grounds to replace that super-expensive rip-off ink.

Its called the RITI Coffee Printer. Besides saving money, you’re also saving the environment.

No word on where to get one.

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