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Boy Trips In Museum And Punches Hole In $1.5 Million Painting From 17th Century

Boy Trips In Museum And Punches Hole In $1.5 Million Painting From 17th Century

This Sunday in Tapei a 12-year-old boy tripped and punched a hole through a 17th century painting valued $1.5 million dollars. The boy was on a guided tour of “The Face of Leonardo, Images of a Genius” exhibit at the Huashan 1914 Creative Park. “This is just a simple accident please don’t blame a 12 year-old child,” TST wrote on ... Read More »

Should You Get Solar Panels? Google Can Tell You How Much Money You Could Save With Solar Panels

Should You Get Solar Panels? Google Can Tell You How Much Money You Could Save With Solar Panels

There are a lot of things to take into consideration if you want to put solar panels on your roof. If you’re unsure about what to do next, why don’t you Google it? Using its high resolution satellite imagery and huge trove of mapping data, Google has created a tool to help you determine whether you should get solar panels. All ... Read More »

Master Electric Vehicle – The “Walk” Of The Future

Master Electric Vehicle – The “Walk” Of The Future

The “walk” of the future vehicle  is a small and powerful electric vehicle, that uses self balancing technology, so it is extremely easy to drive it. It’s fast, clean, cheap, interesting and it will change the way of your transportation. With it’s futuristic design it will grab everyone’s attention.  Because of it’s small size, you can use it indoors and carry it with ... Read More »

UK About To Test Roads That Charge Electric Cars As They Drive

UK About To Test Roads That Charge Electric Cars As They Drive

Electric cars are an idea that could radically change the impact that we have on the environment when we travel, but there are currently a few limitations that are preventing these cars from reaching their full potential in the global market. The main issue that these cars have had is the fact that many of them don’t hold a charge ... Read More »

5 Countries That Prove The World Doesn’t Need Fossil Fuels

5 Countries That Prove The World Doesn’t Need Fossil Fuels

A decade ago, the renewable energy movement faced an uphill battle. Today, environmentally-minded nations of the world increasingly embrace alternative energy sources. These countries now lead the way toward a future free of petroleum and dirty energy. In the process, they save significant amounts of money on national energy costs while preserving and protecting the world’s natural resources. Despite powerful ... Read More »

Italian Designers Transform Old Viaduct Into Futuristic Wind Turbine Bridge

Italian Designers Transform Old Viaduct Into Futuristic Wind Turbine Bridge

There are lots of abandoned viaducts in southern Italy, and it is estimated that demolishing them would cost the government about $50 million. Instead of this, town authorities in Calabria, a region in the ‘toe’ of Italy, organized a contest called “Solar Park South” aimed to encourage Italian designers and engineers to proposesustainable ways of repurposing these old constructions. In ... Read More »

Adidas Created A Shoe That Is Literally Made Out Of Garbage

Adidas Created A Shoe That Is Literally Made Out Of Garbage

People often walk on trash, but how about walking in trash? Athletic outfitters Adidas announced on Monday that it had created an initial prototype for an ecologically-beneficial shoe. Made almost completely from recycled garbage reclaimed from the ocean, the shoe consists of illegal deep-sea gillnets, ocean waste and sustainable cushioning material. The trash used to create the shoe was collected ... Read More »

Blue Salt Fields In Australia Look Like Paintings From Above

Blue Salt Fields In Australia Look Like Paintings From Above

Reading an online blog I came across blue salt fields in Australia. Photographer Simon Butterworth took aerial shots of them. Photos of blue salt fields look so surreal, like patterns of abstract painting. It’s obvious that he is worth the appreciation and he was also shortlisted for the 2015 Sony World Photography awards. Source: simonbutterworthphotography   Read More »

This Smartphone Case Is 3x Harder Than Steel

This Smartphone Case Is 3x Harder Than Steel

A new smartphone case is lightweight, thin, harder than steel, and as easy to shape as plastic. What’s the catch? You can’t purchase one—not yet, anyway. Jan Schroers, who teaches mechanical engineering and materials science at Yale University, developed the technology for the cases in his lab and wants to bring the product into mass production. “This material is 50 times harder ... Read More »

World’s First 3D Printed Supercar Is One Of The Greenest Cars Around

World’s First 3D Printed Supercar Is One Of The Greenest Cars Around

With more people taking care of the environment, green cars are becoming more popular and a California company has taken advantage of this fact along with the latest technology and designed Blade, the world’s first 3D printed supercar. The company designed their own technology for printing the prototype vehicle. The company recognised that there are many green and clean cars ... Read More »