Archive for May, 2014

wow it is edible thanks Frank http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Phallus_indusiatus

Posted on: May 10th, 2014 by Rambala Jungle Lodge
wow it is edible thanks Frank http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Phallus_indusiatus


Phallus indusiatus - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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Phallus indusiatus, commonly called the bamboo fungus, bamboo pith, long net stinkhorn, crinoline stinkhorn or veiled lady, is a fungus in the family Phallaceae, or stinkhorns. It has a cosmopolitan distribution in tropical areas, and is found in southern Asia, Africa, the Americas, and Australia, w…

indiegogo You’ve Received a Campaign Update! Hello Here’s an update for y…

Posted on: May 8th, 2014 by Rambala Jungle Lodge

indiegogo
You’ve Received a Campaign Update!



Hello
Here’s an update for you from the ‘GravityLight: lighting for developing countries.’ team:
1 new Announcement:
With the GravityLights shipped globally and the trials well underway across many developing countries, we wanted to take this opportunity to thank you once again for helping us get this far.
To remind you of our original aims and to bring the GravityLight story to life, do watch Jim Reeves' TedX talk, ‘GravityLight: Lighting a Billion Lives’, where he discusses the sheer impact that the Indiegogo campaign has had in turning an idea of eradicating kerosene into a near reality (we've still got a way to go yet!).
http://www.tedxwarwick.com/talks/talk.php?year=2014&id=22
We've loved hearing about your experiences using your GravityLight prototypes - whether in your cow shed or bicycle store. Please keep the pictures coming for our photo wall and #PhotoOfTheWeek which you can find by liking us on Facebookhttps://www.facebook.com/ and following us on Twitter (@GravityLight)https://twitter.com/GravityLight.
We’ve also had some invaluable feedback on different experiments people have carried out, providing us with unique avenues to explore in future development so please do share any outcomes you have had also via the forum: http://deciwatt.org/community/.
Once we've gathered and have reviewed feedback from GravityLight's field trials we'll be sharing the insights and results with you. Ensure you stay with us for our continued journey by following GravityLight on Facebook and Twitter, where we’ll keep you posted on further exciting developments and news.
Thanks again, and for now we’ll leave you with one of our favourite pictures of the trials in action.

The GravityLight Team
Visit the ‘GravityLight: lighting for developing countries.’ campaign.
Comment on or view this announcement here.
Respond directly to the campaign owner here.
Help spread the word about the campaign!


Jim Reeves: GravityLight: Lighting a Billion Lives | TEDxWarwick
www.tedxwarwick.com
Jim Reeves is a London based designer and along with Martin Riddiford he has spent four years developing a light that would provide a viable alternative to kerosene and sun-powered lamps for developing nations. GravityLight™ works by harnessing the power of weight and gravity, it is easy to run, low…