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What happened to nature?
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    Project Nomad is a mechanical vehicle concept by designer Jason Battersby.
    The vehicle -designed like a horse- can climb steep grades and even navigate rocks and boulders. Best part, it finds its own fuel. Using a built-in GPS system, the horse seeks out vegetation which it then consumes and converts to fuel.

    That's really a fantastic design -fantastic in the good and the bad way- and even if I had low expectations on riding a horse like that before I die, I wonder what's going to pop-up in the field of individual transportation, in a near future, as we walk toward this oil-crisis...

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    superconcepts     Tue, Jul 7, 2009  Permanent link
    Nature + Genius = Saved Earth. This is our future. Not too distant future, but our saving near future. Give me something better.
    AsylumSeaker     Wed, Jul 8, 2009  Permanent link
    Cool concept. I've been thinking of what to use to get around the aussie outback (as I've been wanting to purchase remote property) and something like this would be perfect.
    Mardi     Thu, Jul 9, 2009  Permanent link
    Simply brilliant!
     
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