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In a shocking, exclusive report from Huffington Post, which they copied from imgur, where five months ago user SassyPants had LOLCATS'd the animated GIFs from a Buzzfeed post about an industrial trade group's 5-year-old PR video, baby carrots are actually just regular carrots cut into 2-inch stumps. Which, duh. Read the package. There's a difference between baby carrots and "baby cut carrots," or "mini cut carrots." Daddy Types
I took the red eye from San Diego to the east coast yesterday in order to meet my mother , sister, godmother, and 6 other friends of ours at Arrowmont School of the Arts and Crafts. I’m taking “glass beads” which means I’m operating a blow torch and melting glass rods into “round” shapes. My work product is very, let’s just say, “arty” (oval, pear, not round). Ho Ryon Lee may have been inspired by jet lag when he conceived of these “double vision” paintings. Dizzingly delightful! Gallery representation: Galerie Bhak “Skirt Flirt” Paintings by Ho Ryon Lee “Skirt Flirt” Paintings by Ho Ryon Lee
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EDGE EDGE Preliminary Power Module Concepts Solar-Battery Lantern PV Town Station Central Bike powered charging station. To be housed in a community center of sorts. Thin and small disks of LEDs and batteries or possibly super capacitors that could be wall mounted or ceiling.
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Gadget Lab - Hardware News and Reviews The 8 Best Cooking Apps for Seasoned Chefs By Brent Rose Friday, April 11 3 Comments Your culinary creativity knows no bounds, but your chef-fu is only half-baked. Here are some smartphone tools sure to spice up your next epicurean endeavor. Vine Creeps in on Messaging With New Private Video Option By Mat Honan and Christina Bonnington Thursday, April 3 0 Comments Vine launches a new private messaging feature. Users can now send looping six second video messages to multiple contacts — whether or not those people are also on Vine. Elsewhere

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A group of chemical engineers and biochemists at Massachusetts Institute of Technology released a new study presenting a way to improve the efficiency of plants light harvesting during the photosynthesis. Embedding carbon nanotubes – microscopic tubes thinner than a human hair able to absorb sunlight and convert it to electron flow - inside the leaves, they were able to augment the amount of light energy captured by the plant. “Plants have, for a long time, provided us with valuable products like food, biofuels, construction materials and the oxygen we breathe”, explains plant biologist and chemical engineer Juan Pablo Giraldo. ”We envisioned them as new hybrid biomaterials for solar energy harnessing, self-repairing materials and chemical detectors of pollutants, pesticides, and fungal and bacterial infections.”Rebuilding plants into bionic superpowered energy photosynthesizers. Read more on: Scientific American NextNature

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