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Another plant-inspired life-sustaining device for humans? Yep. One more and it’s officially a meme.
Two U.K.-based artists created this symbiotic algae suit that feeds the wearer, inspired by photosynthetic organisms such as sea slugs and salamanders: http://cnet.co/1a65hNx
Kimball Anderson’s comics feature superheroes, but not the kind with capes and X-ray vision. Anderson’s superheroes summon extraordinary strength just to do the things most people take for granted — walking out the front door or making small talk with a neighbor. Like their creator, these superheroes suffer from agoraphobia, an anxiety disorder that can make ordinary situations feel unspeakably terrifying. Check out the inspiring new take on comic books and coping.