Yong Ho Ji isn’t using shipping containers for his art yet, but his tire sculptures, outside of the container, allow for new recycling pieces.
A floating assemblage of zeppelin-like spheres on which passengers stroll for the duration of their travel. (Source)
Building garden walls…
Although this area of automobile science abounds with skepticism, especially from the outsiders, Benstead says that the Yamaha WR250R he retrofitted to run on compressed air can go up to 100 kilometers on a "charge," and that it’s only a matter of seconds to get it from empty to full, with a proper air compressor. (Source)
In this installment: you will be able to power your home with the energy you create yourself; you will never need a password again; mind reading is no longer science fiction; the digital divide will cease to exist; and junk mail will become priority mail.
In late 2006, a Malawian newspaper wrote about William Kamkwmamba, a remarkable young man from a remote rural village north of the capital city. Forced to drop out of high school for lack of money, William saw a picture of a windmill in a textbook and decided to build one to power his family’s home. Using found materials and scrapyard parts such as a broken bicycle, tractor fan, melted plastic pipes, bamboo and used copper wires, he built a series of windmills which would change his and his family’s life. A visit to America reinforces his dreams to complete his education and bring power to his country. : Pangea Day :
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