3D PRINTABLE LIQUID MATERIAL MADE OUT OF LIVING CELLS
Imagine the possibilities if you could use 3D printable liquid material made out of living cells. This material could be used for cartilage, implants, joints and as time and research continues, we could print vital organs.
Imagine a world of true body repair. Imagine the new medicine where technology meets living cells and repairs the human body without transplant or inorganic materials that set off airport security. Continue reading 3D PRINTABLE LIQUID MATERIAL MADE OUT OF LIVING CELLS
YlnMn METAMODERN COLOR WITH FUNCTION AND EFFICIENCY
IT’S THE NEW BLUE! HEY PANTONE, Y’ALL HEAR!
There’s a new blue hue in town! And it’s name ISN’T cobalt, but it holds many similar properties, only it’s better than cobalt. Sorry cobalt, move over you’ve been upstaged!
The new blue, according to the press release from the discovering University, Oregon State University, states:
“OSU chemist Mas Subramanian and his team were experimenting Continue reading YlnMn METAMODERN COLOR WITH FUNCTION AND EFFICIENCY
CARBON DIOXIDE…A MAJOR CONTRIBUTOR TO GLOBAL WARMING. WHAT ARE YOU DOING ABOUT IT?
In our meta modern era climate change is here because of carbon dioxide…a major contributor to globla warming. What are you doing about it? It’s easier than ever before to actively participate in our world, to discover new ways of improving old, distructive ways. It is absolutely possible to help to change the direction of climate change. In wanting to do so, it is imperative that one researches and inquires and then interact.
Never be complacent. There is no need to “live within” this down-hill change. Fight for the atmosphere. Disposal or harnessing the carbon for energy. Pick a side and participate.
Renewables and nuclear no substitute for carbon dioxide disposal, argues leading climate physicist
In a paper published in Nature Climate Change, leading climate physicist Professor Myles Allen, from the Oxford Martin Programme on Resource Stewardship, argues that investment in technologies to capture and dispose of carbon dioxide is vital to stabilise climate, especially at temperatures ‘well below 2 degrees Celsius’, as called for in Paris, and that ‘spare no expense’ approaches to cutting emissions in the short term may even be counterproductive.
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ACDF ARCHITECTURE’S METAMODERN WINNING DESIGN
Well, there’s no denying that this interior is fraught with metamodernism.
Take a look for yourself…
Place Viger in Montreal symbolized an age of glamorous travel and cosmopolitan ambition. Constructed in 1898, the train station was done up like a French chateau. But time wasn’t kind to the building and over the decades, it fell into disrepair (thanks, Great Depression). Today it’s the site of a $250-million mixed-use redevelopment project that seeks to revive the abandoned structure.
#COLOR FOR YOUR KITCHEN
The wise people at Pantone, the number one influencer on all colors for all who pick up a brush or hire others to pick up a brush, have come clean this year with the colors that are hot for a cool kitchen. They have let it be known that the trends for the kitchen are all about the color for your kitchen. The colors are bright and bold!
The executive director at the Pantone Color Institute, @LeatriceEiseman states that bold colors, red, orange, greens, aquas, maroons, etc. anything bright and bold. From kitchen walls to doggie bowls, bright and vibrant are at the helm of your visual palettes.
VR ON THE CHEAP, OR MAKE IT YOURSELF
Virtual Reality glasses are necessary to become immersed within the VR experience. We have written about the virtual experience before. The ability to put on glasses, and forget what truthfully surrounds, and become one with your environment is immersive, to say the least. Now, you can experience vr on the cheap, or make it yourself.
The escapism, the singleness, the individualist approach to the immersion is so very #metamodern.
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Former Inkster police officer William Melendez, nicknamed Robocop”, is charged with assault after being caught on dash cam video repeatedly punching a motorist in the head during a Detroit traffic stop. He was fired by the Inkster police department after the Jan. 28 incident in which Floyd Dent is seen on video being pulled from his car, thrown to the ground and punched.