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flexible chair

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Wizard craft

What…?

im pretty sure thats like high-quality thinned wood or something idk

aslightlyangryfeminist:

sugarhoneywhat:

okashido:

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toska91:

flexible chair

Sorcery

Wizard craft

What…?

im pretty sure thats like high-quality thinned wood or something idk

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Shit Borderlines do

  • Me: I'm feeling so depressed. I really need to talk to someone.
  • Someone: Hey, are you okay?
  • Me: Oh, I'm fine. I'm just tired.

Con todas me identifico en estos momentos!! :/

Con todas me identifico en estos momentos!! :/

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sah-dsimone:

Biosphere 2: A Three-Acre Geodesic Living Laboratory Where Eight People Sealed Themselves Inside For Two YearsOver twenty years ago, a group of scientists, entrepreneurs, philosophers, and free-thinkers put…View Post

sah-dsimone:

Biosphere 2: A Three-Acre Geodesic Living Laboratory Where Eight People Sealed Themselves Inside For Two Years

Over twenty years ago, a group of scientists, entrepreneurs, philosophers, and free-thinkers put…

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Burning Man 2014

Pictures: Jim Urquhart/Reuters

Source: The Atlantic In Focus

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How to Stop Absorbing Other People’s Emotions

awakenedvibrations:

Emotions such as fear, anger, frustration, and immobility are energies. And you can potentially ‘catch’ these energies from people without realizing it. If you tend to be an emotional sponge, it’s vital to know how to avoid taking on an individual’s negative emotions, or even how to deflect…

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energyandwaste:

thisbigcity:

Mexico City’s last landfill is full. Where can the trash go now? More on This Big City.
墨西哥市最後一座垃圾掩埋場已滿,垃圾之後該如何處置?全文請見《城事》。

Thought this might be interesting. What do we do when the problem of trash blows up in our face—or what can we do to reduce waste before it gets this bad!

energyandwaste:

thisbigcity:

Mexico City’s last landfill is full. Where can the trash go now? More on This Big City.

墨西哥市最後一座垃圾掩埋場已滿,垃圾之後該如何處置?全文請見《城事》。

Thought this might be interesting. What do we do when the problem of trash blows up in our face—or what can we do to reduce waste before it gets this bad!

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theenergyissue:

Sea Soup: Mary Barker’s Photo Collages of Ocean Trash

Scientists have informally dubbed the discarded human waste accumulating in our oceans with a number of names: “soup,” “trash vortex,” and most nobly, the “Great Pacific garbage patch.” The last term makes particular reference to the exceptionally high relative concentrations of pelagic plastics, chemical sludge and other debris that have been trapped by the currents of the North Pacific Gyre, one of the five major oceanic gyres on the planet. Gyres, large systems of rotating ocean currents, are the largest ecosystems in the world and, more recently, ground zero for massive accretions of plastic trash. In researching this phenomenon, UK photographer Mandy Barker developed a series of images entitled ‘Soup’ which depicts these plastics and discarded items salvaged from beaches around the world. Presented in beautifully precise, color-coded arrangements, the collected objects appear as a taxonomy of unique species in a toxic “ecosystem.” The images also underscore the longevity of even the tiniest pieces of trash: though haphazardly discarded and forgotten, they form an ever-growing environmental issue. Barker’s project, by bringing a seemingly remote subject into clear view, compels us to address this elephant in the room.

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theenergyissue:

"Catch of the Day" Campaign Presents Trash Fresh from the Sea

To bring attention to the issue of ocean pollution, the Surfrider Foundation teamed up with advertising agency Saatchi & Saatchi LA to create the “Catch of the Day” campaign. Actual trash collected from beaches around the U.S. was re-packaged as food and left on display at farmer’s markets to create a impactful, site-specific message. By addressing consumers at the point of purchase, the “Catch of the Day” reminds seafood buyers that ocean pollution isn’t someone else’s problem; rather, it impacts individuals on a daily basis. Some of the repackaged items include cigarette butts from Venice Beach, California; aerosol cans from South Padre Beach, Texas; and condoms from Newport Beach, California. While environmental campaigns often emphasize shock value above all else, the Surfrider project tempers startling subjects with a restrained presentation and refined target audience. 

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eartheasy:

Weekend project anyone? We love this upcycled pallet headboard!

eartheasy:

Weekend project anyone? We love this upcycled pallet headboard!