The naturalness of travelling with a Jeep
Bacteria that Turn CO2 into Energy
We’ve written earlier about man–made bacteria that eat waste & shit petrol. How about a genetically modified bacteria that can eat CO2 and excrete methane that could power our cars and homes? Abundant carbon dioxide, which is considered a pollutant, could be a nearly unlimited source of fuel. Will you one day be driving your car to fight global warming?
Digital Overruns Nature: Pixel Attack
Apparently, camouflaging oneself with digital patterns rather than nature-imitated patterns functions as a better camouflage within “old-nature” situations. So the digital patterns function as a better camouflage in the analogue world? Hyperstealth…
Antenna Tree Mast Safari
This picture was taken in Zambia by Sarah Los (NL) while on wildlife safari. Every fairly trained “NextNature spotter” should be able to distinguish the cellphone-tree masts from old-nature trees. But that’s odd; there are three of them in a row and all different species!? Does every cellular network provider plant its own tree family? It surely looks like a competition. Future designs are expected to look better, taller and greener.
Let us do a quick jungle safari ourselves. Read more
Let’s do a quick poll here. What would you rather own if you could choose between a car or a garden?
Kevin van Braak combined both symbols of freedom and domesticity into this caravan/garden piece. Trees and campfire included. All it takes is a parking space-or-two to reach good old nature.