7,000,000,000 – The number of people who will depend on the ocean for their food in...
The Hillscapes of the Cinque Terre
Image: Federico With summer just around the corner, it’s time again to think about where to spend one’s vacation. One region’s photos have been all over the Internet yet it gets misreprese
Smell-O-Vision Is Back!
Photo: Image by Mario Sepülveda Believe it or not, scientists at one point did attempt to make a television that, through concentrated oils, could broadcast smells that complemented the mood on screen, and sucked you deeper into the drama from … <a
Incredible Cellphone Robots that Interact with Humans
Photo: From NeoVerma Every time we get to see or hear anything new in the field of technology, we are attracted to it, and if the technology is revolutionary in all aspects, who would not want to get the best … Continue reading Photo: From NeoVerma Every
Beauty is in the Eye of the Pin Holder
Little Miss Muffet; Unless otherwise stated, all images courtesy of Willard Wigan Anyone who has lost a piece of work they have slaved over – a file erased forever, say – will know the word traumat
Deluge Kills Its Next Victim: Teenager Mitchell Taylor
A huge mass of water overwhelmed the picturesque Gloucestershire town of Tewkesbury. Mitchell Taylor, a 19 year old teenager was last seen leaving a bar in the town. One week later, no trace of him could be found. His family said his disappearance was “to
Massive "Laughing Gas" Cloud Released into Atmosphere
image via wikipedia An accident at Albion Chemicals Ltd. in Ireland, caused a massive cloud of ‘laughing gas’ to be released into the atmosphere. Nitrous o
Indonesia wants to profit from their destruction of natural peatlands
The world’s peatlands are believed to store at least 42 billion tonnes of soil carbon. This would usually remain in the soil. However, human activity can result in it being released. Dutch research institute Wetlands International estimates that nearl
Stop That F*****g Junk Mail by Going Green.
Do you like your junk mail? Probably not. After sorting through it, you have to throw it away or (hopefully) recycle it. Not only is it annoying, but it’s very environmentally unfriendly. Every year, 100 million trees are ground up
Tiny People Invade Your Home
All photography by Vincent Bousserez In ‘Plastic Life’, French photographer Vincent Bousserez creates Lilliputian-scaled contemporary art using plastic figures and