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College students spend summer building a passive DIY freezer

College students spend summer building a passive DIY freezer

How’d you spend your summers during college? Working a crappy job? Taking more classes? Laying around in front of the TV at your parents’ house? In Burlington, Vermont, a group of students undertook an internship under the tutelage of physics teacher Tom Tailer to eliminate the the electricity use of refrigerating and freezing food by building a passive freezer “out of mostly local, recycled or reused products.”

Hubba hubba, Hubby Hubby

Hubba hubba, Hubby Hubby

Yesterday gay couples began to legally wed in the great state of Vermont. Vermont, now known for its stance on marriage equality, has always been a state for lovers. Lovers of ice cream that is.