n0t-y0urss:

poldberg:

A small gif looking out of a Teahupo’o barrel, surfed and shot by Garrett McNamara [from this video]

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n0t-y0urss:

poldberg:

A small gif looking out of a Teahupo’o barrel, surfed and shot by Garrett McNamara [from this video]

🌊

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ari-abroad:

As seen in Kiev. via Instagram http://ift.tt/1lIfkeW

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jynnne:

Antarctic yoga: we take advantage of the only flat surface available, the frozen ice lake created by glacier run-off! 

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huffingtonpost:

The toilet of the future is a folding one. This rimless redesign helps to keep the bowl clean and it reduces water consumption by 50% according to it’s inventors. 

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huffingtonpost:

Seals are the best way to start your week. See more of these adorable sea creatures here. 

huffingtonpost:

Seals are the best way to start your week. See more of these adorable sea creatures here. 

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breakingnews:

UN court tells Japan to stop hunting whales

BBC News: Japan’s Antarctic whaling program is not for scientific purposes and must stop, the UN’s International Court of Justice has ruled.

The decision comes following a lengthy court case on the controversial practice of whale hunting

Photo: Australian Customs Service / AFP - Getty Images, file

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tedx:

The beautiful, sad, shifting state of wild ice: Geomorphologist / photographer James Balog travels the globe to capture the twisting, soaring forms of the world’s vanishing wild ice. In 2009, he wowed the TEDGlobal crowd with his time-lapse photos of the shifting landscapes of the world’s icy habitats.

Above, some striking footage from his project Extreme Ice Survey.

Watch the whole talk here»

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nprfreshair:

News: Terry Gross will give the 2014 commencement address at Bryn Mawr College. You can read the announcement here. 

“Whether she’s interviewing a scientist, politician, or rock star, Terry Gross draws out her subjects in a way that gives listeners a real sense of who that person is and what motivates them,” says Bryn Mawr President Kim Cassidy. “Terry is an excellent choice to give this address since learning to ask probing questions is one of the hallmarks of a liberal arts education.” 

How cool. Makes being wait-listed even more frustrating!!

(Reblogged from brynmawrcollegeadmissions)

nrdc:

75% of our brain, 82% of our blood, and 90% of our lungs — the majority of our body is made of water. Yet Americans are not adequately covered under current clean water policies. 

Help ensure that the water that keeps our bodies running stays clean & safe: http://bit.ly/1jvZwOC

(Reblogged from nrdc)

tomhanksy:

That street art life though.

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