1st September 2014

Photoset reblogged from Colossal with 8,894 notes

itscolossal:

Mineral Admiration: Watercolor Paintings of Crystals by Karina Eibatova

1st September 2014

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septagonstudios:

BioWorkZ
WOLF HEAD

septagonstudios:

BioWorkZ

WOLF HEAD

1st September 2014

Photo reblogged from Pixography with 1,647 notes

pixography:

Anita Kunz ~ "Juggler"

pixography:

Anita Kunz ~ "Juggler"

1st September 2014

Photo reblogged from danielMontllau with 3 notes

1st September 2014

Photo reblogged from Living, Breathing. with 2,429 notes

livingbreathing365:

Kids.

livingbreathing365:

Kids.

1st September 2014

Photo reblogged from with 1 note

yourdailybug:

This not so little fellow was making all kinds of noise jumping back and forth.  Hearing grasshoppers in the summertime is one of my favorite sounds :).  I’m not sure what species it is, but I love the banding along with the olive green.

yourdailybug:

This not so little fellow was making all kinds of noise jumping back and forth.  Hearing grasshoppers in the summertime is one of my favorite sounds :).  I’m not sure what species it is, but I love the banding along with the olive green.

1st September 2014

Photo reblogged from Anthony May Photography with 4 notes

antmayphoto:

Wild Horses MonumentVantage, Washington

antmayphoto:

Wild Horses Monument
Vantage, Washington

5th August 2014

Photo reblogged from Unconsumption with 133 notes

unconsumption:

Solar Sponge Efficiently Makes Steam : 

Generating steam is enormously useful. Much of the world’s energy actually comes from steam—coal power plants heat up water to produce water vapor, which turns turbines to generate electricity. A new technology creates steam by harnessing solar energy, using a relatively cheap sponge-like material, and it does it with greater efficiency that ever previously achieved, according to a study published in the journal Nature Communications. 
The researchers don’t claim the device could be used to create electricity, at least not yet. But it could relatively easily be scaled up to make fresh water out of salt water via distillation, for example, or to sterilize medical or food-processing equipment in areas of the world where electricity is hard to come by, said MIT researcher Hadi Ghasemi in a statement.

unconsumption:

Solar Sponge Efficiently Makes Steam :

Generating steam is enormously useful. Much of the world’s energy actually comes from steam—coal power plants heat up water to produce water vapor, which turns turbines to generate electricity. A new technology creates steam by harnessing solar energy, using a relatively cheap sponge-like material, and it does it with greater efficiency that ever previously achieved, according to a study published in the journal Nature Communications

The researchers don’t claim the device could be used to create electricity, at least not yet. But it could relatively easily be scaled up to make fresh water out of salt water via distillation, for example, or to sterilize medical or food-processing equipment in areas of the world where electricity is hard to come by, said MIT researcher Hadi Ghasemi in a statement.

3rd July 2014

Photo reblogged from KUSH2FUSION with 4,310 notes

avongasky:

Beautiful!Gif Display

avongasky:

Beautiful!Gif Display

3rd July 2014

Photo reblogged from Goddess Within You with 253 notes