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Travel does many things to you. In committing to the open path, to the adventure of the unknown, it brings the possibility of opportunity and a liberated mind that can take you anywhere. Our journey took us to the Himalayas and Nepal. This is where our journey into the juicing world began.

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Billboards to Advertise the Awesomeness of Science Pop Up in Vancouver

A partnership between Vancouver's Science World Museum and Canadian advertising agency Rethink shares catchy science facts.


No matter how powerful your web broswer's ad blocker may be, there's no escaping the influence of Madison Avenue. We live in a world plastered with advertising, and, thanks to budget cuts, in recent years some school districts have even agreed to allow ads on school buses and report cards. But what if instead of promoting the latest movies or reality television shows, those advertisements educated people about science?

That's the goal of a 10-year partnership between Vancouver's Science World Museum and Canadian advertising agency Rethink. They've created a series of billboard and commercial advertisements like the one above—which was actually covered in 2 ounces of real gold hammered so thin that it covered 200 square feet. The advertisement even required round-the-clock security and sparked the curiosity of city residents.

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Idea: Fight HIV by Letting Addicts Get High

A Canadian clinic is defeating AIDS by letting drug addicts shoot up on the premises. It's gross, but you can't scoff at results.

The New York Times today reports on a story certain to raise a lot of controversy: A nonprofit clinic in Vancouver is fighting the spread of HIV by letting drug addicts get high on the premises.

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Intermission: Fire with Fire

This awesome trompe l'oeil video installation in Vancouver is called "Fire with Fire." It's by the artist Isabelle Hayeur and is meant as a...

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Vancouver 2010: The Most Enviromentally Friendly Olympics Yet?

Environmental friendliness has been a major concept at recent Olympic Games. Both Salt Lake City, in 2002, and Torino, in 2006, claimed that their...

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