This Cloud Lamp Creates A Thunderstorm Inside Your Room, And It’s The Coolest Thing Ever

Do you like when it rains? Some people say rain and thunderstorms help them sleep better. Moreover, the sound of raindrops makes getting out of bed really hard.

Driven by this fact, Richard Clarkson Studio designed a real cloud lamp that makes thunderstorms. In your bedroom. Too good to be true? Well, this is real, and you can have it in your home.

Clarkson explains that their interactive lamp and speaker system mimics thunderclouds in several aspects.

The "cloud" detects your presence via motion sensors and releases unique lighting and thunders.

Cloud lamp

The lamp is packed with full-motion sensors, microphones, and speaker system.

Users can actually control the sounds and sensitivity to movements. The item is made from hypoallergenic fiberfill, and releases a nightlight and music reactive mode.

Users have full control over their "cloud." All you need is a wireless remote! The cloud includes a Phillips LED light to make thunders.

According to the studio, users can use the high-quality speaker to stream music through every Bluetooth compatible device. You can also adjust the color and the brightness of you lighting.

So, you can get your own thunderstorm machine for $3,300. If this is too much, get yourself a few non-interactive clouds for $960. There's also a "tiny" version.

All images from Richard Clarkson


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Willie Nelson Rescued 70 Horses From The Slaughterhouse And Let Them Roam Free On His Ranch

As if you need another reason to love Willie Nelson, news has recently surfaced that the musician and activist is also a horse lover.

He's so fond of them that he rescued 70 horses from being slaughtered. They now roam on his 700-acre ranch in Texas.

The country musician spends most of his time at Luck Ranch when he's not on the road. The ranch is home to him and the name "Luck" suits in more ways than one.

Nelson told Paul Venema from KSAT 12 News, "When you're here, you're in Luck, and when you're not, you're out of Luck."

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The horses are undoubtedly lucky, too and Nelson agrees. He told Venema:

"My horses are probably the luckiest horses in the world. They get hand-fed twice a day, and they were just ready to go to slaughter is probably the last thing they remembered, so they're happy horses."

As The Epoch Times reports, Nelson has long held a love for horses.

His song Ride Me Back Home, for instance, attests to his love for the animal. Nelson also won an award in 2015 for the video to his song The Love of Horses.

The video shows Nelson meeting members of Habitats for Horses who were trying to end the slaughter of horses by working to get new legislation passed.

A love for horses runs in the family. Nelson's son, Lukas, supports Saving America's Horses as well as Habitat for Horses. And the younger Nelson's band, Lukas Nelson & Promise, have likewise sung praise for horses.

Nelson, who is nearly 90-years-old, shows no signs of slowing down or staying silent about issues he feels passionately about.

When asked about retirement, Nelson simply stated:

"I retire after every show. I say, 'That's it, I'm not goin' no more,' but then we hang out awhile and people [the band] feel like playing, and so we go play again."

This article was originally posted on TheMindUnleashed.com and republished here under the Creative Commons license.

Thanks to The Epoch Times and Habitat for Horses