Tomorrow begins today

liljonthebaptist:

0bstacles:

huffingtonpost:

THIS GENIUS MACHINE FEEDS STRAY DOGS IN EXCHANGE FOR RECYCLED BOTTLES

The Turkish company Pugedon has created a vending machine that’s dispensing help for both the environment and our furry friends.

Watch the machine in action here.

this makes me so happy

Haha poor short people

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Since my return…

A lot has happened. I will be posting throwbacks on what has been happening in my life sometime in these next two weeks so bear with me sense I know I have not posted much lately. I will try to post them in order. I am sure I will have more time to post more stuff now though :)

cactuseeds:

this is
oh my god
didn’t even see it was
moVING

cactuseeds:

this is

oh my god

didn’t even see it was

moVING

(Source: aztec-jungle, via philosophicalraver)

engineeringisawesome:

No crankshaft, no problem: Toyota’s free piston engine is brilliant


 Toyota recently showed a prototype engine that does just that. It’s called the Free Piston Engine Linear Generator (FPEG). “Free” refers to the fact that the piston isn’t attached to a crankshaft; instead, as the piston is forced downward during its power stroke, it passes through windings in the cylinder to generate a burst of three-phase AC electricity. The FPEG operates like a two-stroke engine but adds direct gasoline injection and electrically operated valves. It can also be run like a diesel, using compression rather than a spark plug to ignite its fuel mixture.

Toyota says this mechanically simple engine achieves a claimed thermal-efficiency rating of 42 percent in continuous use. Only the best, most complicated, and most expensive of today’s gas engines can come close to that number, and only in specific circumstances.

This!

engineeringisawesome:

No crankshaft, no problem: Toyota’s free piston engine is brilliant

Toyota recently showed a prototype engine that does just that. It’s called the Free Piston Engine Linear Generator (FPEG). “Free” refers to the fact that the piston isn’t attached to a crankshaft; instead, as the piston is forced downward during its power stroke, it passes through windings in the cylinder to generate a burst of three-phase AC electricity. The FPEG operates like a two-stroke engine but adds direct gasoline injection and electrically operated valves. It can also be run like a diesel, using compression rather than a spark plug to ignite its fuel mixture.

Toyota says this mechanically simple engine achieves a claimed thermal-efficiency rating of 42 percent in continuous use. Only the best, most complicated, and most expensive of today’s gas engines can come close to that number, and only in specific circumstances.

This!

scandinaviansky:

Sleepy Red Panda at Kolmården Zoo, Sweden.

Photo: Tomas Öhberg

scandinaviansky:

Sleepy Red Panda at Kolmården Zoo, Sweden.

Photo: Tomas Öhberg

(via parad0xial)

Super Smash Bros. newcomers!

(Source: damnsooon, via peekatjessiie)

quetzalcoatl2k:

This is getting hilariously sad.

(via philosophicalraver)

dragonmoose:

this is how i feel about teenagers

dragonmoose:

this is how i feel about teenagers

(Source: alabamadaddy, via sofia-in-idris)