Misty morning in Hyderabad, India.

Misty morning in Hyderabad, India.

Good bones
Zach Bowman, roadandtrack.com
X-ray vision.Pho­tog­ra­ph­er Nick Veasey has recent­ly taken to exper­i­ment­ing with com­pos­ite x-ray imagery. This photo, built using five x-ray machines, takes a peek beneath the sur­face of an orig­i­nal Mini Coop­er. Head over to Wired f…

Amazing how simple yet fun the original Mini Cooper was.

Good bones
Zach Bowman, roadandtrack.com

X-ray vision.

Pho­tog­ra­ph­er Nick Veasey has recent­ly taken to exper­i­ment­ing with com­pos­ite x-ray imagery. This photo, built using five x-ray machines, takes a peek beneath the sur­face of an orig­i­nal Mini Coop­er. Head over to Wired f…

Amazing how simple yet fun the original Mini Cooper was.

That is a massive band of rain!

That is a massive band of rain!

Just got some AMMO car cleaning supplies in the mail today for my new Mini.  This stuff is used to make million-dollar cars look amazing, so it should make my Mini look spectacular! #AMMONYC

Just got some AMMO car cleaning supplies in the mail today for my new Mini. This stuff is used to make million-dollar cars look amazing, so it should make my Mini look spectacular!

#AMMONYC

It’s been a while.

I’ve decided to resurrect my dormant Tumblr page by writing reviews of cars that I’ve driven recently, including:

- ‘13 Toyota Prius Liftback
- ‘13 Ford Escape
- ‘13 Mazda CX-5
- ‘13 Hyundai Elantra GT Hatchback
- ‘13 Ford Focus 5-door Hatchback
- ‘13 MINI Cooper Countryman
- ‘04 Chrysler Pacifica

But first, I’m going to post a brutally honest 7500-mile review of my ‘12 Honda CR-V. Long story short, it’s not been a good 11 months with this junker.

Working on those harmonies… at Linworth United Methodist Church – View on Path.

Working on those harmonies… at Linworth United Methodist Church – View on Path.

Full house at the Easter Sunday service yesterday. – View on Path.

Full house at the Easter Sunday service yesterday. – View on Path.

engineeringisawesome:

19-Year-Old Student Develops Ocean Cleanup Array That Could Remove 7,250,000 Tons Of Plastic From the World’s Oceans

19-year-old Boyan Slat has unveiled plans to create an Ocean Cleanup Array that could remove 7,250,000 tons of plastic waste from the world’s oceans. The device consists of an anchored network of floating booms and processing platforms that could be dispatched to garbage patches around the world. Instead of moving through the ocean, the array would span the radius of a garbage patch, acting as a giant funnel. The angle of the booms would force plastic in the direction of the platforms, where it would be separated from plankton, filtered and stored for recycling.

Inhabitat

Amazing idea from a 19-year-old!  Just because us youngsters are “inexperienced rookies” in our engineering careers doesn’t mean we can’t create amazing things in the world.

engineeringisawesome:

19-Year-Old Student Develops Ocean Cleanup Array That Could Remove 7,250,000 Tons Of Plastic From the World’s Oceans

19-year-old Boyan Slat has unveiled plans to create an Ocean Cleanup Array that could remove 7,250,000 tons of plastic waste from the world’s oceans. The device consists of an anchored network of floating booms and processing platforms that could be dispatched to garbage patches around the world. Instead of moving through the ocean, the array would span the radius of a garbage patch, acting as a giant funnel. The angle of the booms would force plastic in the direction of the platforms, where it would be separated from plankton, filtered and stored for recycling.

Inhabitat

Amazing idea from a 19-year-old!

Just because us youngsters are “inexperienced rookies” in our engineering careers doesn’t mean we can’t create amazing things in the world.

(via engineeringisawesome)