Anonymous asked: Sam Adams Brewery?

londonandrews:

Haha… No. I am in Delaware at the DogFishHead Brewery. I tried too many beers (they are all over 9%) … I decided to take a taxi and get a hotel room here in Delaware this evening. What an amazing brewery!!! - I am SO impressed! - The owner is a BURNER (from Burning Man)!  It all makes sense?… The composting, recycling their grey water, reusing every part of the process…. They are using wind-turbines to create electricity (even their forklifts run on electricity…!). They are putting in a water treatment plant on-site to capture methane gas to power the entire plant… I am just so impressed. I have always loved their craft brews, but taking the 60 minute tour? Left me with SO much respect for their company….

Burroughs, Junky…..read it.

Burroughs, Junky…..read it.

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huffingtonpost:

Before you go out tonight find out where you can drink on the streets and where you definitely cannot. 

huffingtonpost:

Before you go out tonight find out where you can drink on the streets and where you definitely cannot. 

laboratoryequipment:

Plasma Transistors Resist Temperature, RadiationUniv. of Utah electrical engineers have fabricated the smallest plasma transistors that can withstand high temperatures and ionizing radiation found in a nuclear reactor. Such transistors someday might enable smartphones that take and collect medical X-rays on a battlefield, and devices to measure air quality in real time.“These plasma-based electronics can be used to control and guide robots to conduct tasks inside the nuclear reactor,” says Massood Tabib-Azar, a professor of electrical and computer engineering. “Microplasma transistors in a circuit can also control nuclear reactors if something goes wrong, and also could work in the event of nuclear attack.”Read more: http://www.laboratoryequipment.com/news/2014/03/plasma-transistors-resist-temperature-radiation

laboratoryequipment:

Plasma Transistors Resist Temperature, Radiation

Univ. of Utah electrical engineers have fabricated the smallest plasma transistors that can withstand high temperatures and ionizing radiation found in a nuclear reactor. Such transistors someday might enable smartphones that take and collect medical X-rays on a battlefield, and devices to measure air quality in real time.

“These plasma-based electronics can be used to control and guide robots to conduct tasks inside the nuclear reactor,” says Massood Tabib-Azar, a professor of electrical and computer engineering. “Microplasma transistors in a circuit can also control nuclear reactors if something goes wrong, and also could work in the event of nuclear attack.”

Read more: http://www.laboratoryequipment.com/news/2014/03/plasma-transistors-resist-temperature-radiation

jedavu:

Styles of Famous Artists Reinterpreted as Architecture by Federico Babina

enjeibee:

Next awesome beer book arrived. Beer: What to Drink Next by Michael Larson #beer #craftbeer

enjeibee:

Next awesome beer book arrived. Beer: What to Drink Next by Michael Larson #beer #craftbeer

utnereader:

Holland’s Dementia Village Revolutionizes Alzheimer’s Caregiving
A self-contained village in the Netherlands is modernizing the way we care for dementia patients. 

utnereader:

Holland’s Dementia Village Revolutionizes Alzheimer’s Caregiving

A self-contained village in the Netherlands is modernizing the way we care for dementia patients. 

rustically:

Banff National Park by Spence Wine.

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thisshadeofblue:

ADAM 

Want!

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utilitarianthings:

The Float Table is a matrix of “magnetized” wooden cubes that levitate with respect to one another. The repelling cubes are held in equilibrium by a system of tensile steel cables.

It’s classical physics applied to modern design. Each handcrafted table is precisely tuned to seem rigid and stable, yet a touch reveals the secret to Float’s dynamic character.

(Source: rockpaperrobot.com, via dollyswitch)