Patagonia presents DamNation, a film premiering at SXSW 2014 about the destructive force of dams and the history of their construction as a power figure in the American subconscious. The film seems to focus on both working and abandoned/unused dam projects and advocates for their removal to let rivers and streams flow naturally once again […]
In this demonstration, a bacterial culture known as Pseudomonas syringae (honestly, I’m not sure if I’m using that term correctly in the sentence) is dipped into a glass of water and instantly cools it down to -6 C, turning the water into ice in seconds.
Great deal right now via Amazon on this Liberty Bottle Works 32 oz. water bottle. It comes in a lot of colors, is BPA-free, and best of all, it’s made entirely right here in the USA of 100% recycled aluminum. This “Naked” color is my favorite.
This is why I can’t do boats. Not only do I get motion sickness, but I can’t deal with not being able to go anywhere else in rough seas. I’m at the mercy of the waves at that point, and that really scares me. Also, it’s funny to me that there’s a wiper on this boat.
I actually heard of Find A Spring from Shailene Woodley. It’s an online resource she uses to fetch her own natural spring water — fresh as can be and uncontaminated by corporations or other unnatural sources. This map shows you where a lot of them are in the United States. Seems like a good way […]