CHOPZZ Website Hit Counter

mymodernmet:

The Abyss Table is a stunning coffee table that mimics the depths of the ocean with stacked layers of wood and glass. Made by London-based furniture design company Duffy London, the limited-edition piece comes with the hefty price tag of £5,800 (nearly $10,000).
mymodernmet:

The Abyss Table is a stunning coffee table that mimics the depths of the ocean with stacked layers of wood and glass. Made by London-based furniture design company Duffy London, the limited-edition piece comes with the hefty price tag of £5,800 (nearly $10,000).
mymodernmet:

The Abyss Table is a stunning coffee table that mimics the depths of the ocean with stacked layers of wood and glass. Made by London-based furniture design company Duffy London, the limited-edition piece comes with the hefty price tag of £5,800 (nearly $10,000).
mymodernmet:

The Abyss Table is a stunning coffee table that mimics the depths of the ocean with stacked layers of wood and glass. Made by London-based furniture design company Duffy London, the limited-edition piece comes with the hefty price tag of £5,800 (nearly $10,000).
mymodernmet:

The Abyss Table is a stunning coffee table that mimics the depths of the ocean with stacked layers of wood and glass. Made by London-based furniture design company Duffy London, the limited-edition piece comes with the hefty price tag of £5,800 (nearly $10,000).
mymodernmet:

The Abyss Table is a stunning coffee table that mimics the depths of the ocean with stacked layers of wood and glass. Made by London-based furniture design company Duffy London, the limited-edition piece comes with the hefty price tag of £5,800 (nearly $10,000).
mymodernmet:

The Abyss Table is a stunning coffee table that mimics the depths of the ocean with stacked layers of wood and glass. Made by London-based furniture design company Duffy London, the limited-edition piece comes with the hefty price tag of £5,800 (nearly $10,000).

mymodernmet:

The Abyss Table is a stunning coffee table that mimics the depths of the ocean with stacked layers of wood and glass. Made by London-based furniture design company Duffy London, the limited-edition piece comes with the hefty price tag of £5,800 (nearly $10,000).

  1. Camera: PENTAX K-7
  2. Aperture: f/11
  3. Exposure: 1/400th
  4. Focal Length: 60mm

(Source: crooksh4nks)

(Source: suzievibe)

sparklefucker:

So sad we live in the time where we can’t even turn to nature to get clean


I don’t want the future generations to blame us for the Great Pacific of Garbage which should be bigger than a state of Texas in the Pacific Ocean that’s floating around.Do ya? Okay, go eat your fucking sushi with the plastic then.

sparklefucker:

So sad we live in the time where we can’t even turn to nature to get clean

I don’t want the future generations to blame us for the Great Pacific of Garbage which should be bigger than a state of Texas in the Pacific Ocean that’s floating around.

Do ya? Okay, go eat your fucking sushi with the plastic then.

(Source: underthevastblueseas)

chztn:

Underwater Room - Manta Resort

The Underwater Room is a three-storey floating platform by Manta ResortThe bottommost part is submerged under water, whilst the upper roof functions as a place for stargazing and sunbathing.

griseus:

MARINE RENEWABLE ENERGY AND IMPLICATIONS FOR CETACEANS

Currently very little is known about the impacts of marine renewable energy developments on whales, dolphins and porpoises.

The noise from the pile driving process (used in the majority of foundations) has the potential to cause the most harm to cetaceans, including physical injury. The sound of this industrial work can carry for many tens of kilometres under water. At distances of 30-40 kilometres, research has shown that the noise could be strong enough to mask the communication of harbour porpoises and bottlenose dolphins can also be affected behaviourally within this kind of distance.

Limited research that has been conducted so far has shown the potential for offshore wind farms to cause harbour porpoises to leave the area during construction. In some instances they did not later return to their usual numbers. Even where areas have been recolonised, it is not clear if these are the same animals returning or new animals moving into the area.

Other potentially negative impacts include noise both above and below the water, entrapment, entanglement or collision, pollution (e.g. leaks or spills of hydraulic fluid used in various devices, leaks of cargoes or fuel carried by the vessels such as maintenance vessels), changes in prey abundance and distribution.

These impacts are likely to be significantly greater – if placed in sensitive areas for cetaceans such as those used for breeding, nursing, feeding or migration.

These impacts are likely to be significantly greater – if placed in sensitive areas for cetaceans such as those used for breeding, nursing, feeding or migration.

(Source: miamivice88)

(Source: grrrlqueen)

nevver:

Underwater Waterfall

Approximately 1,200 miles off the southeast coast of Africa lies an island nation known as Mauritius nevver:

Underwater Waterfall

Approximately 1,200 miles off the southeast coast of Africa lies an island nation known as Mauritius nevver:

Underwater Waterfall

Approximately 1,200 miles off the southeast coast of Africa lies an island nation known as Mauritius

nevver:

Underwater Waterfall

Approximately 1,200 miles off the southeast coast of Africa lies an island nation known as Mauritius

ilaurens:

window to sunset - By: Angelo Daxer

(Source: ILAURENS)

jordanleeemerson:

apoplecticskeptic:

callurn:

acid-anarchism:

knowledgeandlove:

carlboygenius:

The Ocean Array Plan. Devised by 19yo Boyan Slat, this passive system, if installed, could clean up both The Great Pacific Garbage Patch & The North Atlantic Garbage Patch. Sort of like an anchored Roomba for the ocean…
Source: http://www.trueactivist.com/ingenious-19-year-old-develops-plan-to-clean-up-oceans-in-5-years/

"Although extensive feasibility studies are currently being conducted, it has been estimated that through the selling of plastic retrieved over the five years, the money would surpass the initial cost to execute the project. In other words, it may even be potentially profitable. Because the main deterrent to implement large scale cleanup projects is due to the financial cost, this solution could perhaps pave ways for future innovations of global cleanup to also be invented.”
This is huge.

I approve of this. Hopefully a system can be set up where all profits from this project go back into cleanup efforts

OCEAN ROOMBA

Ocean Roomba FTW.

Awesome!
jordanleeemerson:

apoplecticskeptic:

callurn:

acid-anarchism:

knowledgeandlove:

carlboygenius:

The Ocean Array Plan. Devised by 19yo Boyan Slat, this passive system, if installed, could clean up both The Great Pacific Garbage Patch & The North Atlantic Garbage Patch. Sort of like an anchored Roomba for the ocean…
Source: http://www.trueactivist.com/ingenious-19-year-old-develops-plan-to-clean-up-oceans-in-5-years/

"Although extensive feasibility studies are currently being conducted, it has been estimated that through the selling of plastic retrieved over the five years, the money would surpass the initial cost to execute the project. In other words, it may even be potentially profitable. Because the main deterrent to implement large scale cleanup projects is due to the financial cost, this solution could perhaps pave ways for future innovations of global cleanup to also be invented.”
This is huge.

I approve of this. Hopefully a system can be set up where all profits from this project go back into cleanup efforts

OCEAN ROOMBA

Ocean Roomba FTW.

Awesome!
jordanleeemerson:

apoplecticskeptic:

callurn:

acid-anarchism:

knowledgeandlove:

carlboygenius:

The Ocean Array Plan. Devised by 19yo Boyan Slat, this passive system, if installed, could clean up both The Great Pacific Garbage Patch & The North Atlantic Garbage Patch. Sort of like an anchored Roomba for the ocean…
Source: http://www.trueactivist.com/ingenious-19-year-old-develops-plan-to-clean-up-oceans-in-5-years/

"Although extensive feasibility studies are currently being conducted, it has been estimated that through the selling of plastic retrieved over the five years, the money would surpass the initial cost to execute the project. In other words, it may even be potentially profitable. Because the main deterrent to implement large scale cleanup projects is due to the financial cost, this solution could perhaps pave ways for future innovations of global cleanup to also be invented.”
This is huge.

I approve of this. Hopefully a system can be set up where all profits from this project go back into cleanup efforts

OCEAN ROOMBA

Ocean Roomba FTW.

Awesome!
jordanleeemerson:

apoplecticskeptic:

callurn:

acid-anarchism:

knowledgeandlove:

carlboygenius:

The Ocean Array Plan. Devised by 19yo Boyan Slat, this passive system, if installed, could clean up both The Great Pacific Garbage Patch & The North Atlantic Garbage Patch. Sort of like an anchored Roomba for the ocean…
Source: http://www.trueactivist.com/ingenious-19-year-old-develops-plan-to-clean-up-oceans-in-5-years/

"Although extensive feasibility studies are currently being conducted, it has been estimated that through the selling of plastic retrieved over the five years, the money would surpass the initial cost to execute the project. In other words, it may even be potentially profitable. Because the main deterrent to implement large scale cleanup projects is due to the financial cost, this solution could perhaps pave ways for future innovations of global cleanup to also be invented.”
This is huge.

I approve of this. Hopefully a system can be set up where all profits from this project go back into cleanup efforts

OCEAN ROOMBA

Ocean Roomba FTW.

Awesome!

jordanleeemerson:

apoplecticskeptic:

callurn:

acid-anarchism:

knowledgeandlove:

carlboygenius:

The Ocean Array Plan. Devised by 19yo Boyan Slat, this passive system, if installed, could clean up both The Great Pacific Garbage Patch & The North Atlantic Garbage Patch. Sort of like an anchored Roomba for the ocean…

Source: http://www.trueactivist.com/ingenious-19-year-old-develops-plan-to-clean-up-oceans-in-5-years/

"Although extensive feasibility studies are currently being conducted, it has been estimated that through the selling of plastic retrieved over the five years, the money would surpass the initial cost to execute the project. In other words, it may even be potentially profitable. Because the main deterrent to implement large scale cleanup projects is due to the financial cost, this solution could perhaps pave ways for future innovations of global cleanup to also be invented.”

This is huge.

I approve of this. Hopefully a system can be set up where all profits from this project go back into cleanup efforts

OCEAN ROOMBA

Ocean Roomba FTW.

Awesome!

The Island in Caribbean Sea.

(Source: palmandlaser)

  1. Camera: CanoScan LiDE 700F