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allyouneedislove31:

“Sunlit Pages”
Camera: Nikon D70
Pictured: Carolyn S.
Original photo taken by Amanda Schenberger (allyouneedislove31).

allyouneedislove31:

“Sunlit Pages”

Camera: Nikon D70

Pictured: Carolyn S.

Original photo taken by Amanda Schenberger (allyouneedislove31).

photojojo:

Canon’s announced their newest DSLR today! 

The Canon 1D-X has some pretty badass specs like 204,000 ISO, 14fps burst mode, built-in LAN for wireless shooting & file transferring, and an 18 MP full frame sensor.

 Canon’s newest DSLR the 1D-X announced today

trevorloy:


Flywheel Hybrid Bicycle Brings F1 Tech to the Bike Lane | Gas 2.0
The bike you see here has been rigged up with a 15 lb. automotive flywheel that’s mated to a CVT, which allows the rear wheel to transfer kinetic energy to the flywheel under “braking”, effectively slowing the bike down. Once the cyclist is ready to pick up speed again, the CVT is shifted the other way, and the spinning mass of the flywheel “boosts” the rider’s legs and provides forward motion – just like the flywheel KERS systems proposed by Williams F1 (which provides flywheel hybrid tech to Porsche) and Volvo.
The bike you see here has been rigged up with a 15 lb. automotive flywheel that’s mated to a CVT, which allows the rear wheel to transfer kinetic energy to the flywheel under “braking”, effectively slowing the bike down.  Once the cyclist is ready to pick up speed again, the CVT is shifted the other way, and the spinning mass of the flywheel “boosts” the rider’s legs and provides forward motion – just like the flywheel KERS systems proposed by Williams F1 (which provides flywheel hybrid tech to Porsche) and Volvo.
Source: Gas 2.0 (http://s.tt/133pI)
The bike you see here has been rigged up with a 15 lb. automotive flywheel that’s mated to a CVT, which allows the rear wheel to transfer kinetic energy to the flywheel under “braking”, effectively slowing the bike down.  Once the cyclist is ready to pick up speed again, the CVT is shifted the other way, and the spinning mass of the flywheel “boosts” the rider’s legs and provides forward motion – just like the flywheel KERS systems proposed by Williams F1 (which provides flywheel hybrid tech to Porsche) and Volvo.
Source: Gas 2.0 (http://s.tt/133pI)
The bike you see here has been rigged up with a 15 lb. automotive flywheel that’s mated to a CVT, which allows the rear wheel to transfer kinetic energy to the flywheel under “braking”, effectively slowing the bike down.  Once the cyclist is ready to pick up speed again, the CVT is shifted the other way, and the spinning mass of the flywheel “boosts” the rider’s legs and provides forward motion – just like the flywheel KERS systems proposed by Williams F1 (which provides flywheel hybrid tech to Porsche) and Volvo.
Source: Gas 2.0 (http://s.tt/133pI)
The bike you see here has been rigged up with a 15 lb. automotive flywheel that’s mated to a CVT, which allows the rear wheel to transfer kinetic energy to the flywheel under “braking”, effectively slowing the bike down.  Once the cyclist is ready to pick up speed again, the CVT is shifted the other way, and the spinning mass of the flywheel “boosts” the rider’s legs and provides forward motion – just like the flywheel KERS systems proposed by Williams F1 (which provides flywheel hybrid tech to Porsche) and Volvo.
Source: Gas 2.0 (http://s.tt/133pI)
The bike you see here has been rigged up with a 15 lb. automotive flywheel that’s mated to a CVT, which allows the rear wheel to transfer kinetic energy to the flywheel under “braking”, effectively slowing the bike down.  Once the cyclist is ready to pick up speed again, the CVT is shifted the other way, and the spinning mass of the flywheel “boosts” the rider’s legs and provides forward motion – just like the flywheel KERS systems proposed by Williams F1 (which provides flywheel hybrid tech to Porsche) and Volvo.
Source: Gas 2.0 (http://s.tt/133pI)
The bike you see here has been rigged up with a 15 lb. automotive flywheel that’s mated to a CVT, which allows the rear wheel to transfer kinetic energy to the flywheel under “braking”, effectively slowing the bike down.  Once the cyclist is ready to pick up speed again, the CVT is shifted the other way, and the spinning mass of the flywheel “boosts” the rider’s legs and provides forward motion – just like the flywheel KERS systems proposed by Williams F1 (which provides flywheel hybrid tech to Porsche) and Volvo.
Source: Gas 2.0 (http://s.tt/133pI)

Via smarterplanet

trevorloy:

Flywheel Hybrid Bicycle Brings F1 Tech to the Bike Lane | Gas 2.0

The bike you see here has been rigged up with a 15 lb. automotive flywheel that’s mated to a CVT, which allows the rear wheel to transfer kinetic energy to the flywheel under “braking”, effectively slowing the bike down. Once the cyclist is ready to pick up speed again, the CVT is shifted the other way, and the spinning mass of the flywheel “boosts” the rider’s legs and provides forward motion – just like the flywheel KERS systems proposed by Williams F1 (which provides flywheel hybrid tech to Porsche) and Volvo.

The bike you see here has been rigged up with a 15 lb. automotive flywheel that’s mated to a CVT, which allows the rear wheel to transfer kinetic energy to the flywheel under “braking”, effectively slowing the bike down.  Once the cyclist is ready to pick up speed again, the CVT is shifted the other way, and the spinning mass of the flywheel “boosts” the rider’s legs and provides forward motion – just like the flywheel KERS systems proposed by Williams F1 (which provides flywheel hybrid tech to Porsche) and Volvo.

Source: Gas 2.0 (http://s.tt/133pI)

The bike you see here has been rigged up with a 15 lb. automotive flywheel that’s mated to a CVT, which allows the rear wheel to transfer kinetic energy to the flywheel under “braking”, effectively slowing the bike down.  Once the cyclist is ready to pick up speed again, the CVT is shifted the other way, and the spinning mass of the flywheel “boosts” the rider’s legs and provides forward motion – just like the flywheel KERS systems proposed by Williams F1 (which provides flywheel hybrid tech to Porsche) and Volvo.

Source: Gas 2.0 (http://s.tt/133pI)

The bike you see here has been rigged up with a 15 lb. automotive flywheel that’s mated to a CVT, which allows the rear wheel to transfer kinetic energy to the flywheel under “braking”, effectively slowing the bike down.  Once the cyclist is ready to pick up speed again, the CVT is shifted the other way, and the spinning mass of the flywheel “boosts” the rider’s legs and provides forward motion – just like the flywheel KERS systems proposed by Williams F1 (which provides flywheel hybrid tech to Porsche) and Volvo.

Source: Gas 2.0 (http://s.tt/133pI)

The bike you see here has been rigged up with a 15 lb. automotive flywheel that’s mated to a CVT, which allows the rear wheel to transfer kinetic energy to the flywheel under “braking”, effectively slowing the bike down.  Once the cyclist is ready to pick up speed again, the CVT is shifted the other way, and the spinning mass of the flywheel “boosts” the rider’s legs and provides forward motion – just like the flywheel KERS systems proposed by Williams F1 (which provides flywheel hybrid tech to Porsche) and Volvo.

Source: Gas 2.0 (http://s.tt/133pI)

The bike you see here has been rigged up with a 15 lb. automotive flywheel that’s mated to a CVT, which allows the rear wheel to transfer kinetic energy to the flywheel under “braking”, effectively slowing the bike down.  Once the cyclist is ready to pick up speed again, the CVT is shifted the other way, and the spinning mass of the flywheel “boosts” the rider’s legs and provides forward motion – just like the flywheel KERS systems proposed by Williams F1 (which provides flywheel hybrid tech to Porsche) and Volvo.

Source: Gas 2.0 (http://s.tt/133pI)

The bike you see here has been rigged up with a 15 lb. automotive flywheel that’s mated to a CVT, which allows the rear wheel to transfer kinetic energy to the flywheel under “braking”, effectively slowing the bike down.  Once the cyclist is ready to pick up speed again, the CVT is shifted the other way, and the spinning mass of the flywheel “boosts” the rider’s legs and provides forward motion – just like the flywheel KERS systems proposed by Williams F1 (which provides flywheel hybrid tech to Porsche) and Volvo.

Source: Gas 2.0 (http://s.tt/133pI)

Via smarterplanet
The president’s got eclectic tastes in movies and is obviously pop-culture savvy. But when is the appropriate time to bring up that you were in a stoner comedy about Guantánamo? Is it after the national-security meeting? Before he goes in to meet with Geithner about economic policy?
Kal Penn, of the Harold & Kumar franchise, on his time working in the Obama administration and the resulting challenges of bringing up his previous work experience. (via newsweek)
youranonnews:

Didn’t take long to get banned from Google+ our Gmail is also gone….

youranonnews:

Didn’t take long to get banned from Google+ our Gmail is also gone….

turnstylenews:

As promised, here is another extra from Jamie Beck and Kevin Burg’s strawberry beer set, which recently appeared in the New York Times. Yes, this is a Turnstyle exclusive!  Come back next Monday for another never-before-seen cinemagraph.

turnstylenews:

As promised, here is another extra from Jamie Beck and Kevin Burg’s strawberry beer set, which recently appeared in the New York Times. Yes, this is a Turnstyle exclusive!  Come back next Monday for another never-before-seen cinemagraph.

peterfeld:

courtneylewis:

On July 20th, 1969, astronaut Neil Armstrong became the first man to walk on the moon.  (via NYTimes On This Day)

peterfeld:

courtneylewis:

On July 20th, 1969, astronaut Neil Armstrong became the first man to walk on the moon.  (via NYTimes On This Day)

ratak-monodosico:

Margaret Bourke-White, [Because the laws of Islam prohibit women from speaking loudly, this professional Muslim female beggar is holding a card, which has a message written in Urdu saying she is a widow with two children and no one to support her, Delhi], 1946

ratak-monodosico:

Margaret Bourke-White, [Because the laws of Islam prohibit women from speaking loudly, this professional Muslim female beggar is holding a card, which has a message written in Urdu saying she is a widow with two children and no one to support her, Delhi], 1946

elle-magazine:

Vera Wang taffeta dress with asymmetrical twist sleeve and double obi, collection at Bergdorf Goodman, NYC. Alexis Bittar matte bangles. Giuseppe Zanotti Design suede wedge pumps.
Benenson Ornamental Conifers at the New York Botanical Garden
Spring 2011: Parks and Recreation

elle-magazine:

Vera Wang taffeta dress with asymmetrical twist sleeve and double obi, collection at Bergdorf Goodman, NYC. Alexis Bittar matte bangles. Giuseppe Zanotti Design suede wedge pumps.

Benenson Ornamental Conifers at the New York Botanical Garden

Spring 2011: Parks and Recreation

newshour:

Atlantis lands at Kennedy Space Center early Thursday morning, ending the final mission of the NASA space shuttle program.
(PHOTO: NASA TV)

newshour:

Atlantis lands at Kennedy Space Center early Thursday morning, ending the final mission of the NASA space shuttle program.

(PHOTO: NASA TV)