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It feels like spring here in New York City and this photo fits the mood.
Aganetha Dyck collaborates with bees to create unique art that melds human and insect forms.
Tesla thought it had a deal with New Jersey Governor Chris Christie. But Christie has apparently decided pull a switcharoo at the last minute.
A classic kids toy gets reinvented as a wind-powered bicycle safety accessory.
A new survey shows that most Americans want solar power. It also gives a strong hint as to why they don't have it (but probably should).
Sweet potatoes are often made into dessert-like dishes, but they can also add a richness to savory recipes.
Ryan North points out that unlike most games, this one is lethal
Once again, one has to parse the data to get the real story.
Is this the first high rise tiny house? Whatever it is, it's really, really cool.
Less truly is more with this elegant minimalist design and some of the best architectural photography I have seen.
More Americans are choosing to grow their own food because they believe it can make their nation a better place.
As British parliamentarians warn the Bank of England that fossil fuels may be overvalued, we should all take heed.
This device will help you study the snowfall around you in ways beyond just depth.
You're actually looking at a sea animal.
Photographer Alexander Semenov captures the peculiar beauty of polychates.
Tiny houses make great little dwellings for those who want to live more sustainably, but they aren't limited for use as a home.
Copenhagen is always leading the way in the bicycle world. Here's another example.
We don't need time zones to keep the trains running on schedule anymore. We don't need them at all.
An artist and an EV sales person are ready to answer all the questions you would have never dreamed of asking about EVs.
Copper is recyclable, but requires a lot of energy to do so. For our plumbing system, we opted for PEX, a crosslinked Polyethylene that is easy to install, non-toxic and long-lasting.