Nice T‑shirt graphic featuring the Pannonia TFL Deluxe 1959.
You can’t order anything if you have a really small screen because their website has lost it’s scroll bars. Bummer.
The Thistlegorm went down in the Red Sea in May of 1941 while carrying supplies for the British Army in Africa. Among the many items now resting one the sea bed are 400 motorcycles. Including this Triumph 3TW. Clicking on the pictures will get you the full versions. (Page translated from Italian)
Odd little airplane engine. A flat twin stood on it’s side.
Wired Science has an interview with Eli Kintisch author of Hack the Planet
in the lead up to the Alisomar conference on regulating geo-engineering.
And Jeff Goodall gives us an after the fact summary of the conference.
Art, Images, and Design
Bamboo is quickly becoming a widely accepted “green” material for all sorts of household products including tableware, storage containers, and decorative pieces. Brit Leissler recently traveled around Vietnam and sent a massive collection of photographs from the villages and towns where the bamboo-ware is made. The navigation is a little confusing, click on the first image in the “wall” to start looking at the images.
Delicately drawn and lightly colored. The humans shown in the work of the Chinese artist called Muxi exist on the boundary of man and animal.
Think your money works for you? Musclebeaver would like to show you the truth. Well done primitive animation of greenbacks doing what greenbacks wanna do. (NSFW)
tax day, raffle day, sunny day, take your pick.