babylonfalling:

Arise You Banshees Werewolves & Scum — Rise Up. Break The Myths And Chains Binding You To Hades — Bust Out And Boogey With Your New Found Reality. You Are The Future’s Freedom. You’ve Got The Power. Life To The Lifestyle.

babylonfalling:

Arise You Banshees Werewolves & Scum — Rise Up. Break The Myths And Chains Binding You To Hades — Bust Out And Boogey With Your New Found Reality. You Are The Future’s Freedom. You’ve Got The Power. Life To The Lifestyle.

thinksquad:

Located in Costa Mesa, California, Newlight Technologies is forming plastic out of thin air. Literally.

"We would be breathing this right now," said Mark Herrema, Newlight’s CEO.

Herrema sees both sides of the climate change debate.

"You’ve got people on one side who say, if we enact carbon legislation it’s going to cost the economy, and they’re not wrong," Herrema said. "On the other side, we have people who say this is a huge problem and we need to do something about it, and they’re not wrong, either. The problem is they haven’t been able to find something that works for both sides."

The 32-year-old may have found that “something.” He’s figured out how to make plastic out of destructive carbon emissions that would otherwise heat the atmosphere, rather than with fossil fuels such as oil. Most importantly, he figured out a way to do it cheaper. It’s something he has been working on for 11 years since he started the company with his friend Kenton Kimmel in his parents’ garage.

"We’re not the first people to have the idea of turning greenhouse gas into plastic," Herrera said. "The thing that was missing was that no one had figured out how to do it cost-effectively."

Here’s how it works: Carbon emissions are captured from farms, landfills, and energy facilities and are fed into a 50-foot-tall reactor at Newlight’s plant. A bundle of enzymes strips out the carbon and oxygen and rearranges them into a substance they call air carbon.

The product is then melted down and cooled inside tubes and sliced into little plastic pellets that can be molded into anything.

Herrema calls it “a disruptive technology that’s gonna change the world.”

http://www.cbsnews.com/news/company-unlocks-secret-to-making-plastic-out-of-air/

deadsymmetry:

William Hanagan

deadsymmetry:

William Hanagan

mnvxzpytr:

mnvxzpytr:

the collaborative print that tamara santibanez and i made together is now available! it is an edition of 50, signed and numbered by us both. this is a three color silkscreen, 19 x 25” on baby pink 100 lb french paper cover stock. available for purchase at tamara’s online store, tamarasantibanez.bigcartel.com

still a few of these prints left!!!

oursoulsaredamned:

via AdxXxR

oursoulsaredamned:

via AdxXxR

rubiafava:

ilustraação de verdade - Vania Zouravliov

rubiafava:

ilustraação de verdade - Vania Zouravliov

alluringdisaster:

mojosodope178:

even though this guy is batshit crazy hes 100% right

The love of my life lol that bird sound is everything lol

This is the curse of IP — excessive restrictions upheld by laws used to protect the “economic rights” of authors. Instead of promoting scientific progress we are instead beholden to copyright. Instead of allowing human innovation to flourish, we are told ideas should be owned. IP reserves itself the monopoly of coercion. It does not exist to ease, facilitate and grant social innovation — it prevents such progress. IP is a hurdle to self-direction and thus the inclined labor of human beings. The solution is to question and dismantle this authority, furthering our progress towards a free society.

considerthishippie:

What is a flotation tank?

500 kg of Epsom salts are added to 1000 litres of water, creating a 30 cm deep solution, which is heated to 35.5 degrees C (skin temperature).

The temperature of the water means that once you are settled in the tank, it is virtually impossible to distinguish between parts of the body that are in contact with the water, and those that aren’t, in effect “fooling” the brain into believing that the person is floating in mid-air.

falltoplace:

"Free Day"
by Broken Fingaz Crew

falltoplace:

"Free Day"

by Broken Fingaz Crew

You tell me what kind of country this is. Why should we do the dirtiest jobs for the lowest pay? Why should we do the hardest work for the lowest pay? Why should we pay the most money for the worst kind of food and the most money for the worst kind of place to live in? I’m telling you we do it because we live in one of the rottenest countries that has ever existed on this earth. It’s the system that is rotten… It’s a system of exploitation, a political and economic system of exploitation, of outright humiliation, degradation, discrimination-all of the negative things that you can run into … under this system that disguises itself as a democracy …And you run around here getting ready to get drafted and go someplace and defend it. Someone needs to crack you up ‘side your head.
Malcolm X: By Any Means Necessary (Pages 47-48)
o43n:

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