Eight of Earth’s Most Unusual Plants

Rafflesia arnoldii: this parasitic plant develops the world's largest bloom

Rafflesia arnoldii: this parasitic plant develops the world’s largest bloom that can grow over 0ne metre across. It produces a foul odor and has a hole in the center that holds six or seven litres of water. The plant has no leaves, stems, or roots.

Website: Unusual Plants@Wikipedia

The Sun Lizard – Solar powered air conditioner

The Sun Lizard
Another great idea it seems… If you have one installed please let us know how it’s going.

Website: The Sun Lizard

Planet Earth as a balloon, the photos say it all.

Antipollution balloon

An Object at Rest

An Object at Rest from Seth Boyden on Vimeo.

An awesome video that really doesn’t need much in the way of explanation. –>> Read more

“The answer, my friend, is blowin’ in the wind”



“The times they are a changing” how right Dylan was and is.

An owner of a few coal mines once told me that he was “going to stay in the business for another five years, and then get out and buy himself a really big air conditioner.” I answered, “You could afford one now.” To which he answered “Your right I can.”

Personally I prefer to live in an environment, where I do not need an air conditioner and I’d prefer that coal & petroleum companies; through their philanthropic donations to political parties, weren’t writing government energy policies… I’d prefer solar, wind, tidal and geothermal companies to be writing government energy policies for a change.

Website: BBC News Asia-Pacific

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