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Exquisite Travel Photos by Jeff Luker

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Rambling young photographer hits the road

Jeff Luker is no stranger to moving around. Born in Massachusetts, the 25 year-old photographer moved to NYC for art school, where he was an assistant to Ryan McGinley. Now living in Portland, OR, Jeff travels all over shooting photos for big name clients like Urban Outfitters, Vice and Dazed & Confused.  But it's his personal photography of road trips with his friends that......read more

SHFT Sampler 11-12-10

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Weekly links: Pimped-out bikes, phone book sculptures, and a renewed push for offshore drilling in the Arctic.

Freewheelers is a series of video portraits of tricked-out bikes and the people who ride them – from self-build fixies and coveted vintage steeds to bikes as art or manifestations of style. Two bipartisan senators have proposed a sensible idea that most people are going to hate. Tom Carper (D-Del.) and George Voinovich (R-Ohio) wrote to President Obama’s National Commission on......read more

Free California of Fossil Fuel

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By Bill McKibben

For generations — maybe since the gold rush — California has been where our dreams gather, the Elysian coast where palm trees sway in the ocean breeze and entire industries rise to sate our fantasies and our appetites. A bite of an orange is endless summer. Now, in this scariest of seasons, California is also where our nightmares collect. At the moment, the largest fire in the......read more

Free The Ugly Produce!

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Business Savvy Millennials Are Tackling Food Waste

 ... One cosmetically challenged vegetable at a time. Ron Clark is no stranger to food waste. After more than 20 years of working to supply fresh produce to California’s food banks, he knows every point along the route from farm to table where produce gets plucked from the human food chain, for cosmetic reasons, and composted, fed to pigs, or buried in a landfill.  Clark was......read more

What Astrobiology Can Tell Us About The Fate Of The Planet

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"There are no planetary free lunches"

Adam Frank for The New York Times: OUR galaxy, the Milky Way, is home to almost 300 billion stars, and over the last decade, astronomers have made a startling discovery — almost all those stars have planets. The fact that nearly every pinprick of light you see in the night sky hosts a family of worlds raises a powerful but simple question: “Where is everybody?” Hundreds of......read more

Film Photos by Theo Gosselin

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Living wild and free with the young French photographer

Originally from Le Havre in the Haute-Normandie region of northern France, photographer and filmmaker Théo Gosselin currently divides his time between Paris and Amiens. With a nod to forebears like Ryan McGinley, Nan Goldin and Larry Clark, Gosselin depicts underground lifestyles from within, showing his friends in pursuit of freedom and escape from their regular lives: The subjects in......read more

Open Source Movement Spreads to Seeds

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Restriction-free seeds include 29 new varieties of 14 different crops, including broccoli, carrots and kale

Last week, the Open Source Seed Initiative (OSSI) announced the release of 29 new plant varieties that are free of intellectual property (IP) protection. The new seeds, which include varieties of carrots, kale, broccoli and quinoa, can be freely used by anyone as long as they don't restrict use by others through IP protection. Spearheaded by a group of scientists from the University of......read more

Free and Easy Travel Photos by Magdalena Wosinska

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Achingly beautiful images convey a sense of pure fun and excitement

Born in Warsaw and based in Los Angeles, Magdalena Wosinska has an uncanny ability for capturing images that convey a sense of youthful spontaneity and fun. Her subjects, generally stunningly attractive twentysomethings, do much to help contribute to the appeal of her work. Having cut her teeth shooting friends in the skate and metal scenes, Magdalena's style feels wholly authentic and natural.......read more

Brain Freeze

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Why climate change deniers flail in a cold snap

Jeff Schweitzer for the Huffington Post: With the precise predictability of an atomic clock, climate change deniers break out like a bad rash with irrational exuberance each time we see a snow flake. With the onset of winter's cold each year we can look forward to the reliable appearance of Skepticana deniacus, an increasingly popular bird of prey that feeds on ignorance and fear. With the......read more

Fact-Free Bjorn

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Carl Pope responds to a NY Times op-ed claiming the world's poor need cheap fossil fuels

Carl Pope for The Huffington Post: Sigh. Bjørn Lomborg has once again been given a fact-checker free podium -- and has left it fact free. His latest salvo in The New York Times claims that the world's three billion poorest -- who, lacking access to modern energy, light with kerosene and cook with wood -- must suffer through nineteenth century coal and twentieth century oil to advance --......read more

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