15 Secret Hiding Places That Will Fool Even the Smartest Burglar
Keeping your stuff safe from potential burglars is important. Whether you have a security system installed in your home or not, there is nothing wrong with a bit of extra protection. Instead of heading out
30 phrases pour se remonter le moral
La vie est pleine de bonheurs simples. Il suffit parfois de quelques mots bien choisis pour la voir du bon côté. Ceux-là ont été triés sur le volet pour vous motiver, vous réconforter, vous filer la patate, en bref, vous remonter le moral.
Urban Furniture Concept Transforms Public Spaces [Pics]
“uiliuili” is a unique urban furniture concept designed by Piotr Zuraw Architekt for parks, playgrounds and other public open spaces. To encourage informal behavior, people can choose where on the sculptural object is the most convenient and comfortable place to sit. The design is made of digitally prefabricated wooden elements; boards with a 80x30mm cross-section and curves at the ends, which are connected to a steel frame. Click through to see pictures of the urban furniture design:
Time and Space are not what you think!
See: "Theory of Precognitive Dreams" and ""You Are Dreaming - eBook" To better understand why Time and Space may be completely different then our current view we must start at particle/wave duality. For those of you who do not know what particle/wave duality is. It is an observed effect in Quantum Mechanics where sub-atomic particles and atoms behave either as wave-forms or form solid particles under certain conditions. This was brought to light with the double-slit experiment…
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Urban studies 101: if you let them sit, they will come. This is the delightfully simple concept behind Oliver Show’s “Street Furniture,” a series of guerilla public seating areas that sprouted into being through the wrapping of yellow drainage pipes around Hamburg’s existing urban infrastructure. The low-cost, weather-resistant and highly flexible plastic cushions turn bridge trusses into recliners, bike racks into loungers, and safety rails into sofas.