Talented artist Mike Azevedo accepted this challenge and totally nailed a killer redesign filled with tons of unique style.
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Choose your path. These officially licensed Assassin’s Creed hoodies allow you to either blend into your surroundings or flip out the trademark hood flap and scare every individual who passes you by. If you are in the UK or Eire, you can now grab up a pre-order at Insert Coin Clothing.
Nyan through time and space alongside Doctor Who in Brenda Snell’s new mash up shirt design. On sale today only (Wed 11/02) at RIPT for $10.
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If the Pokemon Pikachu used Star Wars to evolve, it would produce this little fuzzy looking nerf herder Pikachewie. Rob Wood’s new shirt is now on sale at The Yetee for $11 until October 14th. Pika one up!
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DIY Star Projector over on Infmetry, I remember having a star projector when I was a kid and it was not nearly as cool as this. Generally when you get these they don’t have very realistic projections, but these actually look like a wonderful starry night sky. Beautiful to sit under this with a romantic meal, or just lye on your back just watching.
I need this in my room!!!!
I want one. And I want to turn it on, and have sex. How rad would that look?
Oldest advanced tools found in Kenya
Given that chimps have demonstrated the ability to make and use tools in the wild, chances our that our human ancestors inherited some of that ability from the ancestor both humans and chimps have in common. But, starting with the australopithecines, our ancestors started making permanent tools from rocks, and investing increased effort into shaping. Oldowan tools were later used by the first members of the genus Homo, and were carried out of Africa during the global spread of Homo erectus.
By 1.4 million years ago, African Homo erectus was using the far more involved and sophisticated Acheulian tool technology, which later made its way out of Africa. But the transition between the two tool types has remained unclear. Now, scientists are reporting the first find where Oldowan and Acheulian tools have been found at the same site, one that’s old enough to indicate that Acheulian tools were available when Homo erectus first left Africa.
The site in question lies near Lake Turkana in Kenya, which was already famous for finds relevant to human origins, including the Turkana Boy Homo erectus skeleton, which dates from 1.5 million years ago. The slopes near the northwest shore of the lake contain an extensive sedimentary record that can be matched with others in the nearby area, including some that have been dated using radioactive decay. A few meters below the sediments that contained the tools lies a feature that has been dated to 1.9 million years ago; above them, a different feature sets a younger limit at 1.5 million years. That last figure is rather significant, given that there are no reliably dated Acheulian tools older than 1.4 million years.
If Pokemon and Star Wars had a baby, it would produce this fuzzy-looking nerf-herder Pikachewie. Rob Wood’s new shirt is now on sale at RedBubble.
A girl can dream.