1. Have a taste of the world's first stem cell burger →

  2. 3D-printed 'electronic glove' could help keep your heart beating for ever →

  3. James Lovelock: 'enjoy life while you can: in 20 years global warming will hit the fan' →

    To Lovelock, the logic is clear. The sustainability brigade are insane to think we can save ourselves by going back to nature; our only chance of survival will come not from less technology, but more.

  4. On a planet 4C hotter, all we can prepare for is extinction →

  5. Seven facts you need to know about the Arctic methane timebomb →

  6. spacesuit

    spacesuit

  7. Former BP geologist: peak oil is here and it will 'break economies' →

  8. megaestructuras:

Haus-Rucker-Co | Palmtree Island (Oasis) | Nueva York, Estados Unidos | 1971

    megaestructuras:

    Haus-Rucker-Co | Palmtree Island (Oasis) | Nueva York, Estados Unidos | 1971

  9. Each new invention requires the viability of previous inventions to keep going. There is no communication between machines without extruded copper nerves of electricity. There is no electricity without mining veins of coal or uranium, or damming rivers, or even mining precious metals to make solar panels. There is no metabolism of factories without the circulation of vehicles. No hammers without saws to cut the handles; no handles without hammers to pound the saw blades. This global-scale, circular, interconnected network of systems, subsystems, machines, pipes, roads, wires, conveyor belts, automobiles, servers, and routers, codes, calculators, sensors, archives, activators, collective memory, and power generators—this whole grand contraption of interrelated and interdependent pieces forms a single system.

    — Kevin Kelly (via inthenoosphere)