Man Builds Gigantic Floating Hamster Wheel to Walk Across the Irish Sea

October 10, 2012 by  
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Video still from Barcroft TV Chris Todd had a goal of walking from Wales to Ireland – and he was not about to let the Irish Sea get in his way. So, after building a gigantic hamster wheel treadmill in his backyard dubbed the “ Treadalo “, he set off on his journey to hoof it across the stretch of water. Unfortunately, 9 hours into the projected 48-hour crossing, things began to go awry. Read the rest of Man Builds Gigantic Floating Hamster Wheel to Walk Across the Irish Sea Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: chris todd , hamster wheel , Ireland , irish sea , royal national lifeboat institution , treadalo , Wales , wiltshire blind association

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Man Builds Gigantic Floating Hamster Wheel to Walk Across the Irish Sea

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Video still from Barcroft TV Chris Todd had a goal of walking from Wales to Ireland – and he was not about to let the Irish Sea get in his way. So, after building a gigantic hamster wheel treadmill in his backyard dubbed the “ Treadalo “, he set off on his journey to hoof it across the stretch of water. Unfortunately, 9 hours into the projected 48-hour crossing, things began to go awry. Read the rest of Man Builds Gigantic Floating Hamster Wheel to Walk Across the Irish Sea Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: chris todd , hamster wheel , Ireland , irish sea , royal national lifeboat institution , treadalo , Wales , wiltshire blind association

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Spectacular Swarms of Cyanotype-Printed Butterflies Form Urban Guerrilla Art Installations

October 10, 2012 by  
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Is Skeptic Monckton Really Sascha Barron Cohen? (Video)

October 25, 2011 by  
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The Hamster Wheel /Video screen capture From his bizarrely hypocritical claim that non-scientists shouldn’t talk climate science to being told pointedly by the UK House of Lords that he should not pretend to be one of them , arch-climate skeptic Viscount Christopher Monckton is no stranger to controversy. And while a

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Plantable: All-In-One Table & Trellis Hybrid Lets You Grow, Harvest and Eat

October 25, 2011 by  
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Zahra Shahabi and Ollie Hammick/ CC BY-NC-SA 2.0 Beyond the conventional planter on your balcony, there are many ways to grow food and herbs right in your own home, without the need to rely on a trip to the store. London-based designers Jamie Elliott and Liam Healy of JAILmake created this table that’s a mix of eating surface and mini-garden, where the legs are re-fashioned as planters and trellises to support climbing plants…. Read the full story on TreeHugger

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