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I am a Danish-American human and I study International Relations in Washington D.C. I love Making Stencils, Art, and Obsolete Technology.

For real.

For real.

deadpaint:

Mark Rothko, Untitled, 1969

deadpaint:

Mark Rothko, Untitled, 1969

mothernaturenetwork:

6 island nations threatened by climate change

Who even knew they used giant magnets to catch fish!

Korean People’s Army soldiers observing the South Korean side of the DMZ

Wind Turbines in Car Grill

deadpaint:

Ernst Ludwig Kirchner, Nervous People Eating

deadpaint:

Ernst Ludwig Kirchner, Nervous People Eating

Motorcycles v Cars
collective-history:

Calvin Coolidge and Speaker of the House Frederick Gillett exercise in the Congressional Gym ca. 1923 

collective-history:

Calvin Coolidge and Speaker of the House Frederick Gillett exercise in the Congressional Gym ca. 1923 

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sciencecenter:

Amazing technology would allow for underground parks in NYC

If you’ve been to Manhattan in the past several years, you may have heard of the Highline in Chelsea. It’s a project that converted an abandoned above-ground railroad track into a park, and it has turned the formerly underdeveloped area around it into one of the trendiest new neighborhoods in the city; if you visit Manhattan, you have to check it out. Anyway, two architects want to build a park that will do for the Lower East Side what the Highline did for Chelsea, but with a twist: they want to build it underground!

If you’ve been to Manhattan ever, you’ll also know that space is at a premium, and there are few open spaces left to grow leafy green things or build a park. Dubbed the LowLine, the project would convert an old underground trolley car station, abandoned in 1948 and untouched since, into a 1.5 acre underground park. But how? This is where the science comes in: they’ve developed the technology to transmit sunlight underground. Using large parabolic mirrors and a fiber optic relay, sunlight from the surface would be shuttled to the park and then redisbursed, allegedly yielding enough light for photosynthesis. As shown in the artist’s renderings above, the park could house trees, grass, farmers markets, or art installations, all year round, rain or shine. The architects raised money on Kickstarter for a proof-of-concept exhibition, happening RIGHT NOW in the Essex Street Market in NYC, and they’re doing battle with the city and the transit authority that owns the underground depot for approval. Here’s to hoping the city bureaucrats see the light! *slaps knee*

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arteachday:

Marcel Duchamp, L.H.O.O.Q., 1919.  

arteachday:

Marcel Duchamp, L.H.O.O.Q., 1919.  

The Smiths are so good
Groovin’ today
mothernaturenetwork:

U.S. approves huge wind farm in WyomingThe Chokecherry and Sierra Madre project could include up to 1,000 wind turbines, which would make it the largest wind farm in North America.

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U.S. approves huge wind farm in Wyoming
The Chokecherry and Sierra Madre project could include up to 1,000 wind turbines, which would make it the largest wind farm in North America.