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Herd Of Mini Robot Horses

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From Monroe Workshop $50.00

Part of the Monroe Workshop series of toys, this untamed Herd of Mini Robot Horses is a collection of five small horses made from cotton rope and small scraps of hardwood from around the Monroe Workshop. These whimsical little guys are perfect for expanding young imaginations or decorating the desks of creative folks.  Available in sets of two or five. Each set comes in......read more

Body Map Pyjamas by Mini Rodini

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Organic cotton jumper lets kids wear the world to bed $40.00

If you're in the market for quality, sustainable childrens' clothes, look no further than Mini Rodini, the Swedish kidswear brand launched by Cassandra Rhodin in 2006. We're feeling these mega-adorable, organic cotton pyjamas printed all over with a classic map of the world. The perfect way to get your child on a "worldly" path, the PJs are made of GOTS-certified fabric, with a Grandpa closure at......read more

MiniLook Kiev

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A sunny tilt-shift video to celebrate the onset of spring

The tilt-shift video trend is showing no signs of slowing. The latest comes from Israeli filmmakers Efim Graboy & Daria Turetski, who depict the capital city of Ukraine in storybook fashion. With the sun shining, the trees bursting with green, and a requisite shot of a couple making out in a park, there couldn't be a better video to commemorate the coming of spring. Shot over the course of......read more

Billionaire-Backed Company Unveils Asteroid Mining Plans

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Planetary Resources looks to expand our resource base to include the solar system

In a press release that reads like sci-fi writing, a startup called Planetary Resources announced plans to identify, explore, tag, and finally mine asteroids for materials ranging from precious metals to water. The audacious venture is an attempt to locate and exploit a sustainable resource supply for  Earth's ever-growing population. "Many of the scarce metals and minerals on Earth are in......read more

Chris Round: Fragile Beast

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Photo series tells the story of a dying industry -- and the scars it's leaving behind

Once the site of a thriving china clay industry, Cornwall, England is a region in economic decline. With rising costs and competition from the developing world, mining for porcelain clay is now barely economically viable is the area. Fragile Beast, a photo series from Aussie creative Chris Round, documents the environmental scars left behind by the dying industry, portraying them......read more

Melting Greenland: Opportunity and Risk

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Retreating ice unveils mineral treasures

In the Arctic, global warming is causing record ice melt and bringing with it massive economic and cultural changes. Reporting from Narsaq, a small town on Greenland's southern tip, NYT environment writer Elizabeth Rosenthal writes that the retreating Arctic ice cap is revealing rich mineral deposits that represent both potential and peril for the community.  For a sort-of nation that has......read more

Minipresso by Wacaco

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Highly portable, hand-powered espresso machine lets you brew delicious shots wherever you may be $39.00

Hong Kong company Wacaco recently unveiled the Minipresso, a hand-powered portable espresso machine promising high quality coffee, wherever you are. Measuring just under seven inches tall and weighing less than a pound, the Minipresso is highly convenient for travel and life on the go. Best of all, it doesn't require compressed air, N2O cartridges or electricity to operate. To use it, you......read more

This video actually falls under Lifestyle, Politics, and Sports.  That doesn't happen too often.  And this important message from Octopus: Listen to Ministry....read more

Pesticide Studies Won E.P.A.’s Trust, Until Trump’s Team Scorned ‘Secret Science’

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Backed by agrochemical companies, Trump administration and Congress are moving to curb the role of human health studies in regulation.

SALINAS, Calif. — José Camacho once worked the fields here in the Salinas Valley, known as “the Salad Bowl of the World” for its abundance of lettuce and vegetables. His wife still does. But back in 2000, Mr. Camacho, who is 63, got an unusual phone call. He was asked if he wanted to work for a new project studying the effects of pesticides on the children of farm......read more

The Little Nordics

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Terrific tilt-shift video depicts the Norwegian outdoors in miniature

In "The Little Nordics," filmmaker Martijn Doolaard of Damp Design uses the tilt shift miniaturization technique to capture the stunning mountain landscapes and fjords of western Norway: There are numerous time lapse videos of Iceland and Norway showing the beauty of their remote landscapes. But when you're in the mountains, looking down, you see so many things happening. Especially in places......read more

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