Fashion Accessories from Recycled Toad Skins

November 27, 2013 / No Comments

There is no limit to creativity nowadays, and what happens when someone get creative with toad skins? KOBJA! Well, yes, brand KOBJA makes designer belts, bags and purses from the skin of an invasive species of toad! KOBJA, which is owned by Jarosz, has a cult following. The accessories are made of a species of fast reproducing poisonous toad, which, right ...

Mitsubishi Fiso Canter Hybrid Comes Dressed in Pink and Polka Dots

November 26, 2013 / No Comments

Even vehicle like to dress up. So what about a truck in pink? Here we have a pink hybrid truck that is aimed at luring the women truckers out there. And, its hybrid too. Too many women truckers are a rarity. But with Mistubishi lining up the Fuso, things are likely to change. The Mitsubishi Fuso Truck and Bus Corporation, owned ...

Tiny Island Takes Shape Following Volcanic Eruption

November 25, 2013 / No Comments

A new island has taken birth. Following an underwater volcano eruption south of Japan, the tiny piece of land has emerged from the down below and formed itself into a new little island. All of 600 feet in diameter, it isn’t even an island per se. We need to call it an islet. It has been reported that the islet was created ...

Kansas City’s New Challenge: World’s Tallest, Fastest Waterslide

November 22, 2013 / No Comments

The world’s tallest and fastest water slider, Verruckt Meg-A-Blaster, will reportedly open in Kansas City soon. This one will allegedly break the record set by the current Brazilian giant water slider, which itself is 134.5 feet tall and moves at a speed of 65.2 miles per hour. A photo of the soon to be record maker that is coming up at ...

Hyundai Tucson SUV Hydrogen Fuel Car Next Year

November 21, 2013 / No Comments

The perception that a Hydrogen powered car could be ages away is being broken, it seems. Korean car maker Hyundai is expected to start selling its Tucson SUV which will be powered by a Hydrogen fuel cell next year. When that happens, this Hydrogen powered car could become the first ever mass-market vehicle of its genre in the US terrain. It ...

Americans Proud to Recycle; If Given a Chance

November 20, 2013 / No Comments

Eighty two percent of the Americans feel proud when they recycle their garbage says a new online survey conducted by Harris Interactive in October. The survey  was commissioned by the Environmental Industry Association, a group of traders who stands for the environment and public health, mainly focusing on the recycling issue the country faces. Coincidentally. the survey, which took opinions of ...

Tesla Model S to Start Rolling Out in the UK for £49,900

November 19, 2013 / No Comments

It seems like awesome new for the Brits this time. Tesla’s Model S electric car will officially start selling in the country soon. The Model S will start selling in the United Kingdom for £49,900 , which in other words is about $84,400. This comes after a £5,000 deduction from the UK Plug-in Grant. Though it might be more costly that in ...

Scientists Kill World’s Oldest Animal to Find Out Its Age

November 18, 2013 / 1 Comment

Sometimes scientists can be sooooo stupid! No, I’m not going to rant about their inability to prove the relationship between Carbon Dioxide and either Global Warming or Global Cooling. I am not going to argue any scientific theorem or even show them how easy it is to trisect any angle. I am going to use common sense. Sometimes scientists get so ...

Trashy-B cigarette Stub Attire, New Fashion Statement

November 18, 2013 / No Comments

What do you feel about a vest made of more 1,000 smoked cigarette butts? The eco-performer and visual artist, Trashy-B used those butts that were once littered in Hollywood’s star attraction, the Walk of Fame. The result is a unique fashion statement that will force you to think. Trashy-B says he has always been aware of the health and environmental risks ...

Unintended Consequences of Wind Farms

November 15, 2013 / 1 Comment

Using wind as an alternative energy source is a great idea. Many communities in the United States use wind farms a one of their sources for their electricity. Even electric companies that may use coal, natural gas and hydroelectric sources for their production have been expanding into harnessing the wind. The wind does not have to be mined or drilled for. ...