The eerie and powerful Guardians of Time and Light in the art of Manfred Kielnhofer.
Flying Car Sets Off for the Sahara
Photo: Think back to when you were a kid, watching endless re-runs of Chitty-chitty Bang-bang. Truthfully, how many times did you close your eyes and wish for a flying car? And how many times have you been on a tortuous … Continue readin
Around the Sky in 80 Kilowatts: Edmonds' Flying Dynamo
Photo: Image by: annbananne It would take a stony hearted environmentalist not to appreciate the uplifting sight of hot air balloons floating in the air. But it could be argued that our oldest flying devices are vehicles for environmental harm … <a
5 Reasons Why We Hate Cell Phones
Cell phones. Essential gadgets that help us stay in touch, or the most irritating and addictive devices around?
10 Most Mindbending Sci-Fi Movies Ever
Whether they dream up inventive technology or employ unusual plot devices, certain sci-fi movies have left audiences scratching their heads. Here are ten of the most boggling to viewers’ minds.
5 Coolest Links of the Week
This week, evil cigarette ads show vintage advertising to be badvertising, while some works of reverse graffiti put contemporary marketing methods in a far better light.
When Hearts on Power Lines Help Us Feel the Love
Discover a new art project that uses the same language as negatively-viewed hanging shoes to transmit a positive message and transform public spaces.
10 Biggest Disney/DreamWorks Movie Showdowns
Disney and DreamWorks have both made their fair share of animated hits. However, the rival studios have produced rather surprisingly similar films. Here we look at some that duked it out at the box office.
The bigger picture of climate disaster
Post By Richard Graves. If you feel like writing for us, drop us an email! It is time to connect the dots. This year has seen more than our fair
SUV Owners Must Pay $50 Per Day to Drive in London
London Mayor Ken Livingstone has partially built his career on making London more environmentally friendly. Piccadilly Circus in central London He’s made