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Tulsi is a sacred herb in India. It's medicinal and purifying...
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After looking at videos of what happens to water in 0 gravity atmospheres, I am reminded of the...
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going to the planetarium on a field trip in elementary school is my first memory of such an...
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Air is invisible, but ever present. It shapes the world in countless ways, and is always moving. ...
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Tulsi is regarded as an "elixar of life". It is part of the Ayurvedic healing system...
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A Nasa spacecraft able to drill thru the ground, similar to the ones in the movie 'Amagadon', but...
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(Apologies for the fuzzy images. My scanner at home is dead, so I had to shoot these with a...
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"All things have an ultimate nature. A real existence that ordinary people's...
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Why are we going to space? To save ourselves, to save our humanity and in turn to save our...
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knowledge/resources/energy/happiness/pain(emotions)/evolution/purebred/muts/integration...
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"The Primitive Hut for the 21st Century aims to combine the essential elements of...
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Water Bringing the essence of water into space Water is… wet, liquid, sensual, powerful,...
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DESIGN COLONY SKETCH Incorporating organic architecture from coral reef colonies and...
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Conceptual: Nature is a place where one can release their inner energy It is an escape from the...
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Miccorhizae within Plants Myccorhizae (bacteria) forming root nodules maintains a...
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Gregor Mendel's work provided the first firm basis for the idea that heredity occurred in...
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Variation Evolution consists of two basic types of processes: those that introduce new genetic...
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THE IDEA I find that stripping down the explanation of our bonds to nature to its very core is...
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beehive- each spore contains one of five elements of nature, come and go as you please. upon...
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SLEEPING BAG I like sleeping bags, they are wide and flexible enough to fit me comfortably but...
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imagine possessing the freedom to let go of all inhibitions, all forces tying you down to your feet...
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What do I want individuals to feel? What aspects of nature do I want them to experience so that I can convey my personal ties and attractions to the natural world? Do I want [them] to play with sand and let it trickle through my fingers? Do i want to play with a clump of dirt - roll it a ball in my hand and then break up it again - how can I...
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What types of technology already exist that could provide alternatives to heating and cooling that require a closed, 'controllable' environment to function? Any ideas? These are a few I have brainstormed Ideally the technology used adopts a relatively seamless or invisible connectivity to the user - hopefully easily forgotten as it does not...
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L.A. Times review on Open House at Art Center: Vitra Design Museum: Architecture...
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I think this CD becomes immersive for the person experiencing these sounds outside of the place...
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Kurt Vonnegut, a favorite author of mine, passed away yesterday at the age of 84. His favorite book of mine being Slaughterhouse-Five. This is a excerpt of his last published words from his poem "Requiem." When the last living thing has died on account of us, how poetical it would be if Earth could say, in a voice floating...
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A moon colony survival kit: - - -
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If we are attached to nature as it is now on Earth, how will we deal with the separation once we...
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This class talks a lot about what it would feel like to be in zero-gravity. I believe that this...
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Concept 1 Naturesphere(the portable biosphere) Input-Output model Important elements: Nature...
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1 Being really interested in biology I looked to the fundamental cell for inspiration. In our realm of existence our societal exoskeletons are all fixed. This seems very limiting and causes a lot of waste (ie constructing a building in fashion back in the 1970s and tearing it down to build another building because A: it does not function anymore...
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The World by Nakheel Properties // concept by Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum A place...
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Powers of Ten by Charles and Ray Eames A film which shows the viewer how small and at the...
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First Commercial Plant For Biodegradable Plastic The first 100% biodegradable plastic is ready...
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The Fall by James Willingham A plant tries to survive in a world which has been consumed by...
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Pittsburgh's Hyperactive Technologies "The vision system in Hyperactive Bob essentially...
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Flower by Mathew Bevins As nature evolves, its selection of who will carry on to the future...
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Who I Am and What I Want By David Shrigley "Ostracized from society. Here, amongst the...
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I like the idea of putting people out of their comfort zone - because I feel like many people in...
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When it comes to designing in space applying and translating templates already given to us from the...
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Otto Karvonen Urban Space Occupation Kit An example of public space for private use. The...
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phase one possible styles and visual language:
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All my proposals are of peaceful environments, places to relax rather than places to be entertained. There is too much stimuli around us now as it is, I think people need to re-connect with nature and learn/appreciate doing nothing. It's a beeautiful thing to be able to sit in nature and observe. If the Space Collective would be a group...
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I can't transcribe ideas directly to a computer as well as I would to a physical sheet of paper; but oftentimes when I write by hand the ideas and sentences are all over the place because I pay less attention to mechanics. Regardless, I wrote this blurb earlier (forgive the incoherencies): What "nature" is to me It's vast, isolated,...
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My second option would also be intended for a shorter period of time as a recuperating experience. It would primarily be an experience for a single person but it would be in the form of a room. There would be a large window in the room so the person could enjoy sunshine and a view. All other walls would be covered with screens that would show...
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45% of all people who experience zero gravity also experience space sickness from being weightless....
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