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margadirube:

fladdermusen: ULF G B☮HLIN • paint f r a l e i s e #door
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nock-nock-nock:

妄想工作所
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アジなケース
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妄想工作所
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サンマさん
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妄想工作所
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サンマさん
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妄想工作所
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妄想工作所
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サンマさん
nock-nock-nock:

妄想工作所
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theenergyissue:

FLEXlab: A Test Bed for Building Efficiency
The U.S. Department of Energy unveiled the FLEXlab test bed, created to help buildings save energy, at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory in San Francisco. It is the only facility of its kind in the world, and its arrival marks significant moment as California attempts to cut the amount of electricity its buildings use. Researchers can easily swap out the lab’s heating, air conditioning and lighting, and even its windows. Furthermore, they can see how all of those elements perform together, not just one system at a time. A portion of the lab, resting on a concrete turntable that weighs a half-million pounds, can rotate 270 degrees to test how different angles of sunlight affect energy use. Sensors inside adjust temperature to minimize energy use while maximizing comfort. "We built FLEXlab with reconfiguration in mind…It’s like a kit of parts," says Cindy Regnier, executive manager of the project. ”This is about understanding the performance of a building before you spend millions of dollars on it.” 
theenergyissue:

FLEXlab: A Test Bed for Building Efficiency
The U.S. Department of Energy unveiled the FLEXlab test bed, created to help buildings save energy, at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory in San Francisco. It is the only facility of its kind in the world, and its arrival marks significant moment as California attempts to cut the amount of electricity its buildings use. Researchers can easily swap out the lab’s heating, air conditioning and lighting, and even its windows. Furthermore, they can see how all of those elements perform together, not just one system at a time. A portion of the lab, resting on a concrete turntable that weighs a half-million pounds, can rotate 270 degrees to test how different angles of sunlight affect energy use. Sensors inside adjust temperature to minimize energy use while maximizing comfort. "We built FLEXlab with reconfiguration in mind…It’s like a kit of parts," says Cindy Regnier, executive manager of the project. ”This is about understanding the performance of a building before you spend millions of dollars on it.” 
theenergyissue:

FLEXlab: A Test Bed for Building Efficiency
The U.S. Department of Energy unveiled the FLEXlab test bed, created to help buildings save energy, at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory in San Francisco. It is the only facility of its kind in the world, and its arrival marks significant moment as California attempts to cut the amount of electricity its buildings use. Researchers can easily swap out the lab’s heating, air conditioning and lighting, and even its windows. Furthermore, they can see how all of those elements perform together, not just one system at a time. A portion of the lab, resting on a concrete turntable that weighs a half-million pounds, can rotate 270 degrees to test how different angles of sunlight affect energy use. Sensors inside adjust temperature to minimize energy use while maximizing comfort. "We built FLEXlab with reconfiguration in mind…It’s like a kit of parts," says Cindy Regnier, executive manager of the project. ”This is about understanding the performance of a building before you spend millions of dollars on it.” 
theenergyissue:

FLEXlab: A Test Bed for Building Efficiency
The U.S. Department of Energy unveiled the FLEXlab test bed, created to help buildings save energy, at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory in San Francisco. It is the only facility of its kind in the world, and its arrival marks significant moment as California attempts to cut the amount of electricity its buildings use. Researchers can easily swap out the lab’s heating, air conditioning and lighting, and even its windows. Furthermore, they can see how all of those elements perform together, not just one system at a time. A portion of the lab, resting on a concrete turntable that weighs a half-million pounds, can rotate 270 degrees to test how different angles of sunlight affect energy use. Sensors inside adjust temperature to minimize energy use while maximizing comfort. "We built FLEXlab with reconfiguration in mind…It’s like a kit of parts," says Cindy Regnier, executive manager of the project. ”This is about understanding the performance of a building before you spend millions of dollars on it.” 
theenergyissue:

FLEXlab: A Test Bed for Building Efficiency
The U.S. Department of Energy unveiled the FLEXlab test bed, created to help buildings save energy, at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory in San Francisco. It is the only facility of its kind in the world, and its arrival marks significant moment as California attempts to cut the amount of electricity its buildings use. Researchers can easily swap out the lab’s heating, air conditioning and lighting, and even its windows. Furthermore, they can see how all of those elements perform together, not just one system at a time. A portion of the lab, resting on a concrete turntable that weighs a half-million pounds, can rotate 270 degrees to test how different angles of sunlight affect energy use. Sensors inside adjust temperature to minimize energy use while maximizing comfort. "We built FLEXlab with reconfiguration in mind…It’s like a kit of parts," says Cindy Regnier, executive manager of the project. ”This is about understanding the performance of a building before you spend millions of dollars on it.” 
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misspixels:

"Stalagmite 2:40 P.M.", an assembly of 140 symbols* taken
from web 2.0 assaults. / Please visit the project Page on Behance http://ift.tt/1rlxE2C http://ift.tt/1rvldyO
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misspixels:

RETWEET project in galery / MissPixels presents RETWEET. A series of images where the
atmosphere of peaceful but harsh Quebec winters are counterpointed by anarchic typographical landscapes
using the source code of hateful and misogynist messages
sent via Twitter. / visit complete project here / http://ift.tt/1rlxE2C 
The artist’s focus is the paradox between serenity and violence. http://ift.tt/1rvlceo
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artruby:

Zachary Norman.
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rastacsko:

burg:

mooiefietsennicebikes:

Brooks levi’s

VAlaki vágjommá hozzám 1 ilyet …

egyet nekem is plz
rastacsko:

burg:

mooiefietsennicebikes:

Brooks levi’s

VAlaki vágjommá hozzám 1 ilyet …

egyet nekem is plz
rastacsko:

burg:

mooiefietsennicebikes:

Brooks levi’s

VAlaki vágjommá hozzám 1 ilyet …

egyet nekem is plz
rastacsko:

burg:

mooiefietsennicebikes:

Brooks levi’s

VAlaki vágjommá hozzám 1 ilyet …

egyet nekem is plz
rastacsko:

burg:

mooiefietsennicebikes:

Brooks levi’s

VAlaki vágjommá hozzám 1 ilyet …

egyet nekem is plz
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(via the absolute PHOTO blog…)
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likeafieldmouse:

Magnus Thierfelder - All of This and Nothing (2011)
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laicepssieinna:

From bicyclingmag - The opening moments of the descent of the Stelvio - in other words - that pesky, controversial red flag. Make of it what you will, the stage was incredible, and the race goes on. #giro | words & image by @ashleygruber http://ift.tt/1otaCWkVive le Vélo