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(1/2) Henrik Spohler‘s photography project The Third Day documents industrial agriculture’s obsession with monoculture and large-scale farming across Europe and the US. The title is a comment on how we play creator, conquering and manipulating plants in “unnatural” ways. This photo was taken in Borr
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(2/2) Alternating between open terrain showing the enormity of modern industrial farming and detail shots focusing on the repetitiveness of monoculture, Spohler hopes the work has a sci-fi edge. This photo shows the cultivation and measurement of corn plants at a German research institute. More at W
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The world’s goofiest-looking spider is actually a brutal ninja wrd.cm/13KXeoM pic.twitter.com/T0BR8Y6VKA
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These disorienting photos transform a volcanic glacier into alien terrain wrd.cm/1zK4ope pic.twitter.com/JOXbjR3WG8
The savvy plan to combat malaria with mobile phones wrd.cm/1ACuLvH pic.twitter.com/GbRZkXCAEe
How Colorado keeps 9,000 miles of highway clear of snow wrd.cm/1w7puIa pic.twitter.com/EeTz0NiFB1
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Finally, Cher's clothes-picking computer program from "Clueless" is real wrd.cm/13mrW6A pic.twitter.com/ONa6NnkMyw
What 800 nerds on a cruise ship taught me about life, the universe, and snorkeling wrd.cm/1wMrcDL pic.twitter.com/bOL9x4azcR
Assassin spiders use their mega long jaws to grab other spiders w/o getting bit themselves. wrd.cm/13JySMn pic.twitter.com/W3aNBaIDwN
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(1/3) A new book called Inventions That Didn’t Change the World is a compilation of 19th century design ideas that were submitted to the U.K.'s Design Registry, but then never saw the light of day. Why not combine your parasol and eyeglasses into one device? Three monocle-like pieces of glass are in
(2/3) The "design for a corset with expansible busts" was a Victorian era push-up bra: india rubber or air proof bags could have been blown up to enhance the wearer's bust line. (🎨 The National Archives UK)
(3/3) Some ideas have obvious pitfalls, like this glove that comes with a coin purse stitched into the palm. See more 19th century inventions that didn't change the world at WIRED.com. (🎨 The National Archives UK)
Review: This axe's ingenious design takes the effort out of splitting wood wrd.cm/1x5LY3l pic.twitter.com/FHkL1ZMXsK
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The world’s goofiest-looking spider is actually a brutal ninja wrd.cm/1ABwS2X pic.twitter.com/RmYwVP0azL
These disorienting photos transform a volcanic glacier into alien terrain wrd.cm/1sHeEbv pic.twitter.com/LTCNSkvZz7
At $450, Silica's bicycle pump better last a lifetime wrd.cm/1zIP9wN pic.twitter.com/2cmRcmrDzX
The savvy plan to combat malaria with mobile phones wrd.cm/1z3QVEF pic.twitter.com/HPGgJi45Ed
How Colorado keeps 9,000 miles of highway clear of snow wrd.cm/1sGC8xw pic.twitter.com/XFpjkpFW9d
If cavemen had CAD, this is the home they’d design wrd.cm/1z3mJcJ pic.twitter.com/W4Ku4I1ptJ
Finally, Cher's clothes-picking computer program from "Clueless" is real wrd.cm/13InfVV pic.twitter.com/rPJtm11OB1
What 800 nerds on a cruise ship taught me about life, the universe, and snorkeling wrd.cm/1w5F8ni pic.twitter.com/qQXp2TWB4w