links for June 04, 2007

  1. Pumped hydro energy storage | Gristmill: The environmental news blog – Grist.Org

    The concept is pretty simple: you build two reservoirs, one down low and one up high, connected by a pipe. In the pipe are energy-generating turbines. When you’re getting excess wind power, you can use it to pump water up to the top reservoir

  2. Solar Powered Prius – Hugg.Com

    The groups like this and calcars forced Toyota’s hand to at least consider a plugin model. It’s much more cost effective if Toyota does it and adding solar to a plugin car in simple. So expensive, yes. For now. But it’s not a waste. It’s the future.

  3. Lightning Lithium Superbike: No Emissions – TreeHugger.Com

    Lightning Motors’ electric motorcycle is made for the street. It goes 0-60 in around 3 seconds, hits close to 100 mph at top speed, with a 100-mile range. The bike is a Yamaha R1 that has been modified to be powered by lithium-ion batteries.

  4. Tutti Frutti house design competition – Dezeen.Com

    Property developer Urban Splash has launched an architectural competition for 26 canal-side homes at the New Islington regeneration site in Manchester, England

4 more articles after the Jump

  1. ICE CREAM BALL PACKAGE – Idealist.Blinkr.Net

    A ice cream package in a ball form. After eat their ice-cream, childrens close the top of package turning it, and go to play soccer, handball, and etc. It’s a interactice and action package that estimulate childrens to play.

  2. Crystal Clear: The Building Poised to Change Toronto’s Reputation in the Design World – DigitalJournal.Com

    Some call it a masterpiece. Others call it too extravagant. Toronto is home to a piece of architecture already generating massive buzz. Learn about Daniel Libeskind’s Michael Lee-Chin Crystal and how it can change the city’s design reputation.

  3. Rocking Sheep – Design-Milk.Com

    If you don’t want a rocking horse, why not try a rocking sheep?

  4. PI to nearly 4.2 Million Decimals Places (4194304) – Zenwerx.Com

    I can remember as far as 3.141592 but thats it, how many decimal places can you remember? If its anywhere close this 4.2 million…

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