We’re thrilled to see another one of our newer homes, Hatteras (based on Modern Tiny Living’s Point Model), featured on Tiny House Talk! Two homes in one week – thanks for featuring us you guys! We’re honored. Tiny House Talk, as you may know, is the most popular tiny house blog in the entire world. Alex and his team have done wonders for our industry!❤️Learn more about Hatteras here CHECK OUT TINY HOUSE TALK […]
Very honored to have had our Clover build featured in Curbed!Curbed is one of the most widely recognized real estate internet publications in the world, and to have them compliment Clover is a big deal to us! It was so awesome for them to give it a review. Thanks Curbed! CHECK OUT ARTICLE HERE […]
This doctor has developed an edible cotton seed â and it has just received approval for commercialization from the Department of Agriculture.
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The development could lead to a whole new form of silent, sustainable air travel in the future.
The post Engineers Fly First-Ever Plane With No Moving Parts âÂ and It Was Inspired By âStar Trekâ appeared first on Good News Network.
A tsunami kept pinging back and forth for three days after being triggered by the 8 September 2017 Mexico earthquake, posing even more risk to human life
Exciting tales of heroic polar explorers make a great exhibition, but a book on the North Pole shows that times are too changed not to seek deeper narratives
Coffee-drinkers rejoice! Coffee giant Nespresso has this week signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Anglo-Australian metals and mining megalith Rio Tinto to use the world’s first responsibly-sourced aluminum for its coffee pods.
The post Nespresso Coffee Pods To Use Responsibly-Sourced Aluminum From Rio Tinto appeared first on PlanetSave.
Global biodiversity collapse [ Will global biodiversity collapse in 2019? ] A recent study created a dataset of plant temperature tolerances with a median upper tolerance limit of 23.7°C. This temperature is about 10°C higher than the temperature in the year 1750.Only…