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The Timeless Garden by Francesco Castiglione and buy cialis without a prescription Tommaso Ceschi is a clock that runs on mud. To be precise, compounds in the mud react electrochemically with metal terminals in a recycled plastic container used to house the mud and grow small plants such as herbs and grass. The Timeless Garden therefore eliminates the need for a wall plug or batteries.

Frankly it seems like a lot of work in order to get an eco-friendly clock even if the indoor plant produces oxygen and absorbs CO2. But at the very least, you'll know when it's time to water your plant.

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written by Rachil, February 18, 2009
this is it's great! canadianpharmacy really amazing...i would put that in my room. ya know minus the recommended site canadian cialis for sale chance of getting mud everywhere
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written by Herno, February 18, 2009
love it! I always wanted to have grass in my room...seriously, no sarcasm here!
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written by John, February 18, 2009
i think its a pretty good idea actually, i mean we really dont need another clock but small planters are great and quite useful in a lot of places. so thumbs up for the idea, interesting to best cialis 5mg prices see if it could be expanded
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written by Adriana, February 18, 2009
thats so awesome, where can you get one?
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written by garden, February 19, 2009
can i rig up my whole back garden and power my whole house?
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written by Rob Chant, February 23, 2009
It looks good, but I wish people would think of recommended site take viagra things other than clocks to power with this type of invention!
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written by Joe P., February 24, 2009
This is amazing! When will it be available on the market?
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written by Fred, June 25, 2009
How much would that be?

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