Sunday, March 11, 2012

Ganbatte 365 "Million Hearts To Japan" at Times Square

Ganbatte 365 "Million Hearts To Japan" on American Eagle sign in the middle of Times Square. Ganbatte 365 also appeared on the Reuters sign down at the end of Times Square. To participate in "A Million Hearts To Japan" or to learn more about Ganbatte 365 see:

Kizuna Project: Send Your Message to Japan

A Million Hearts to Japan

The Ganbatte365 Project

Project to document renewal in the aftermath of the 3.11 disaster in Japan

Sunday, March 4, 2012

Gugler Goes Cradle to Cradle: That's how nature would print

Big Cats + Mirrors = Funny

Because tigers, lions, leopards (and every other species of cat) spend so much time grooming themselves. At Big Cat Rescue they decided to show them what they look like and they got some hilarious results!

Toyota NS4 Plug-In Hybrid Concept

Toyota NS4 Plug-In Hybrid concept vehicle. This video features the new strides Toyota is making as the global leader in innovations made to automotive technology and energy sustainability.

The Invisible Mercedes

When Mercedes wanted to promote its new fuel cell vehicle, instead of placing it squarely in front of everyone in the world, the company decided to make the car invisible.

Thursday, March 1, 2012

Inside the Groundbreaking of the National Museum of African American History and Culture

President Barack Obama was on hand for the ground breaking at the site of the future Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture. Get a sneak peek of The National Museum of African American History and Culture which was approved by the Smithsonian Board of Regents in 2006, and the new building is scheduled to open to the public in 2015.

By the Numbers: $4 Billion Oil Subsidies Yearly

Oil companies receive $4 billion every year in taxpayer-funded subsidies, despite continually bringing in record high profits.

Meanwhile, gas prices are on the rise—just like they were this time last year—and the same people funding those subsidies are paying more at the pump for the gas they need to get to school and work.

Source: The White House

Catlin Seaview Survey: The Great Barrier Reef

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