Mark Anthony I. Paga

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House in Yatsugatake by Kidosaki Architects

Modern and Minimalist Architecture Surrounded by Natural Landscape.<p>The Japanese studio Kidosaki Architects designed this beautiful house, situated on …

Architecture

Modern Pyramid House by Juan Carlos Ramos

We've seen our fair share of unique modern home designs like the box-shaped metallic house or the abstract fortress made of concrete, but Mexican architect Juan Carlos Ramos has taken on a form less-visited for his aptly titled project <i>Pyramid House</i>–a conceptual pyramid-shaped home created and …

Crispy Baked Chicken Wings

Makes about 60 Servings<p>Baking wings yields crisp skin without the mess and constant tending of frying. Divide the wings between our two sauces, or double one sauce recipe and use it on all 60 wings.<p>February 2012Print<p>Ingredients<p>Buffalo Sauce<p>1 tablespoon unsalted butter, melted<p>¼ teaspoon cayenne …

Recipes

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Sofas with Colorful Style: Light

Anthropomorphically speaking (I've always wanted to say that), sofas are the best buddies of the furniture world. The true blue friend, the …

Tiny Garden House Featuring A Feminine Design

The fact that teenagers are very difficult is not a secret. It’s a very annoying period because it seems like they don’t get along with anyone. It’s …

Conservation 3.0: Protecting Life on a Changing Planet(Op-Ed)

<i>Jon Hoekstra is chief scientist for the World Wildlife Fund (WWF). This article first appeared</i><i>on Hoekstra's WWF blog,</i> Science Driven<i>. He contributed</i> …

Energy Innovation: “Artificial Leaf” Could Blow Up Fuel Cell Market

The idea of an “artificial leaf” sounds simple enough: Take a small, cheap, light-collecting device the size of a typical leaf, dunk it in a quart of …

How Solar Power and Ice Energy Can Play Together

Three years ago, Greentech Media covered the launch of an experiment in California to see if ice-making air conditioners could help solve a tricky …

Sustainable Energy Breakthrough: Hydrogen Fuel from Sunlight

<i>This Research in Action article was provided to LiveScience in partnership with the National Science Foundation.</i><p>A University of Colorado Boulder …

A Cooler Pacific May Be Behind Recent Pause In Global Warming

A study in the journal <i>Nature</i> could help explain why the Earth's average temperature hasn't increased during the past 15 years — despite a long-term trend of global warming.<p>The Earth's average temperature has risen by more than 1 degree Fahrenheit since the beginning of the Industrial Revolution. …

Spongy Material Puts The Squeeze On Waterborne Disease | Chemical & Engineering News

Natural disasters often leave survivors without access to safe drinking water. Now researchers have made a cheap, lightweight material that could …

Green Hospitality: Getting in Front of Greenwashing

Why Big, Intense Wildfires Are the New Normal

Climate change, untamed vegetation, and development have created a new wildfire landscape.<p><b>The large wildfire burning in and around Yosemite National Park has already consumed more than 184,000 acres, and shows no signs of slowing down. The blaze, which has been dubbed “Rim Fire,” is now the largest</b> …

Whoops, Humans Officially Blew The Planet’s Budget This Week

If we made an annual balancing sheet for our use of the Earth’s resources, Tuesday was the day we went into the red. “Earth Overshoot Day” is coming earlier every year.<p>Ever wonder how humans are able to consume so many resources–water, trees, crops, etc.–on a planet with a limited capacity? Well, …

Climate Change

As President Obama said in his speech last month, climate change is happening -- and the effects are already being felt across the country. 2012 was …

Space Farming: The Final Frontier

The first batch of space-ready lettuce is something of a tease for the NASA crew — once harvested, it will be frozen and stored away for testing back …

Human activity affects vertical structure of atmospheric temperature

Human influences have directly impacted the latitude/altitude pattern of atmospheric temperature. That is the conclusion of a new report. The …

After the storms, a different opinion on climate change

Extreme weather may lead people to think more seriously about climate change, according to new research. In the wake of Hurricanes Irene and Sandy, …

Turn A Heart On And Off With The Flick Of A Switch

Stanford scientists are working on a light-controlled pacemaker.<p>A heartbeat is really a pretty magical thing. Every time that beautiful little hunk of muscle in your chest wants to send blood rushing around your body, it requires an electrical signal generated by your body to tell it to do so. This …

Plastic Bags Transformed Into Eco-Friendly Carbon Nanotubes

Such membranes have potential for water desalinatization and other advanced filtering.<p>Here's a real Cinderella transformation story. A team of chemists has found a way to turn non-biodegradable plastic bags into a carbon nanotube membrane, a high-tech material with potential to make super-efficient …

U.S. sees another bright fireball on September 27

September 2013 has been busy for sightings of bright fireballs. The one at 11:33 p.m. local time on September 27 was the 14th fireball sighting in …

The Fragile, Invisible Connections Of The Natural World

From the <i>TED Radio Hour</i>, writer and environmentalist George Monbiot tells the story of what happened when wolves were re-introduced to Yellowstone National Park after a 70-year absence.<p>Transcript<p>SCOTT SIMON, HOST:<p>Something unexpected happened in Yellowstone National Park in 1995. For years, deer had …

Big Pic: 3-D Printed Space Gloves Rule The World

One tiny glove for mankind. Plus one totally normal-sized one.<p>When you're a famous astronaut, anything you touch basically turns to space gold. And then people make replicas of the things that you've touched, because those, too, are pretty close to space gold. Right? I think that's how it works. …