Gearbox For Marinetti, 2007, c-print, 125 x 100 cm. Torre de economía, 2007, c-print 125 x 100 cm. Sin título (terrazo negro para Polifemo), 2014, terrazo negro, piedra y base de fierro, 73 x 60 x 40 cm. Untitled (Black Terrazo for Polifemo), 2014, black terrazo , stonet and metal base, 73 x 60 x 40 cm. Sin título (Habitación pequeña para piedra), 2014, terrazo negro, piedra volcánica y madera de tzalam, 45 x 39.5 x 25 cm. Untitled (Small Chamber for Stone), 2014, terrazo, volcanic stone and tzalam wood, 45 x 39.5 x 25 cm. Agradecimiento a Ricardo Rodriguez por el rtabajo en madera. Sin título (terrazo blanco cruzado),2014, terrazo, madera de tzalam, 55 x 50 x 50 cm. Untitled (White Crossed Terrazo ), 2014, terrazo, tzalam wood, 55 x 50 x 50 cm. Agradecimiento a Ricardo Rodriguez por el trabajo en madera. Banco, 2014, c-print, 44 x 39. Frutero, 2010, marmol, 50 x 20 x 22 cm. Fotograma bruto, 2009, c-print, 44 x 39 cm. Árbol y piedra, 2007, c-print, 50 x 60 cm. Lagarto, 2010, c-print, 44 x 2 cm .
The Dandelion - Whimsical World-Wide Weed
The humble dandelion. From your garden to almost the ends of the earth this small but conspicuous plant flourishes. Gardeners do not appreciate its presence, considering it a weed, even though its flowering usually indicates the beginning of the honey bee season and could be seen as a welcome sign. Its simplistic looking structure hides a few surprising secrets and its cultural resonance, especially in Europe is strong. Here is a short but sincere homage to one of the small wonders of our botanical world. Let’s start with the names, both common and scientific. In fact it is so called because of its leaves, which have a coarse-toothed edge and as such reminded the medieval mind of the teeth of lions. Slightly less flattering is alternative name, again French. It is somewhat indicative of our somewhat schizophrenic attitude towards the plant that the North-Eastern Italians refer to is as ‘pisacan’ – which refers to dogs, pavements and urine! Its genus is Taraxacum and it is a large one!
Martin A. Lee - Smoke Signals: A Social History of Marijuana - Medical, Recreational and Scientific
2012 | ISBN: 1439102600 | English | 528 Pages | EPUB | 2.3 MB The bestselling author of Acid Dreams tells the great American pot story-a panoramic, character-driven saga that examines the medical, recreational, scientific, and economic dimensions of the world's most controversial plant. Martin A. Lee traces the dramatic social history of marijuana from its origins to its emergence in the 1960s as a defining force in a culture war that has never ceased. Lee describes how the illicit marijuana subculture overcame government opposition and morphed into a dynamic, multibillion-dollar industry. In 1996, California voters approved Proposition 215, legalizing marijuana for medicinal purposes. Colorful, illuminating, and at times irreverent, this is a fascinating read for recreational users and patients, students and doctors, musicians and accountants, Baby Boomers and their kids, and anyone who has ever wondered about the secret life of this ubiquitous herb. Download: [Fast Download] Martin A.
Ecosphere Associates, Inc.: Closed Ecosystem, Self Contained Aquarium
This document will guide you through the process of installing Arch Linux using the Arch Install Scripts. Before installing, you are advised to skim over the FAQ. The community-maintained ArchWiki is the primary resource that should be consulted if issues arise. The IRC channel ( and the forums are also excellent resources if an answer cannot be found elsewhere. In accordance with the Arch Way, you are encouraged to type man command to read the man page of any command you are unfamiliar with. Preparation See Category:Getting and installing Arch for instructions on downloading the installation medium, and methods for booting it to the target machine(s). Boot the installation medium Point the current boot device to the drive containing the Arch installation media. When the Arch menu appears, select Boot Arch Linux and press Enter to enter the installation environment. You will be logged in as the root user and presented with a Zsh shell prompt. UEFI mode Time
Strange and Bizarre Creatures
Featured, Science — By BB Admin on January 12, 2011 4:53 pm Human beings seek out the strange and unusual in books, movies, television, video games, and comic books. We dive headfirst into the worlds of C.S. Lewis, of Lewis Carrol, of Tolkien, of World of Warcraft, of superheroes, delighting in the magical things those skilled authors managed to think up. Sometimes we forget that the world we live in is just as weird, magical, and bizarre as the worlds we escape to. Take, for instance, some of the amazing creatures that exist in our world. Naked Mole Rat This is the Naked Mole Rat. “Horror” Frog OK, it’s weird enough that this frog looks hairy. Angora Rabbit These furry creatures are mainly bred for their fabulous coats, which I think it super wrong. Pangolin The Pangolin is the only mammal that has scales. These guys also have very long tongues that extend internally all the way into their tummies. Chinese Giant Salamander Ew, right? Star Nosed Mole Komondor Dog Hungarian. Glass Frog Axolotl
The Semantic Web: Is the reality finally catching up with the hype? | APILama
It’s hard to believe that just 25 years ago the idea of linking together databases so people could access information easily was limited to research universities and prescient sci-fi writers. With the advent of the worldwide web and HTML, databases came to the masses in the form of pages. Pages could be made up of images, text, video and even links with web pages linking to other web pages. We no longer needed a librarian to retrieve facts nor the skillset of a researcher to tap into bodies of knowledge. But with the advent of the broader Internet, information was liberated – and for many businesses and governments that leverage this data, the volume and complexity has spiralled out of control. Almost every business is a publisher and quickly good information was littered with bad information. Authoritative websites might have excellent data quality – but struggled to organise information in an adequate way. But databases only understand facts. Not a researcher? Related In "World Wide Web"
The Barn Owl Trust
Hi Yorik, Hope all is well with you. I had a great chat with Ryan Shultz yesterday and he mentioned that he was working with you and the freecad team on some stuff. I am currently working on a project jenca.org which is an opensource scalable application platform for BiM. We will provide a hosted service for users to develop projects on too and we will use a combination of plugins and IFC as an exchange method in and out of the jenca DAtabases. I am really interested in seeing how we could work together as there seems to be alot of synergy between our projects. It would be really good to do a hangouts someday soon if you are interested in chatting more about this. Thanks for reading and I hope to hear from you soon. Best Regards, John
BBC Nature - Superb bird of paradise videos, news and facts
WHAT A BEAUTIFUL ANIMAL---@WE MUST TO SAVE THEM. by fiatvoluntas Jul 12