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Sol Grotto

Bay Area artists Ronald Rael and Virginia San Fratellot used 1,400 glass tubes originally owned by the failed green energy company, Solynda, in an art installation at the UC Berkeley Botanical Garden.


The installation provoked flatulent buffoon Fox "News" commentator Greg Gutfield: "Now our loss is someone's hip, pretentious art, Which makes sense because most modern art and alternative energies are a lot alike. It's for the believer to find value in it because, for the rest of us, there is none. Both function as a platform for phony intellectualism and the only energy comes from greedy bureaucrats drunk on our cash and driven for a need for acceptance from the cool green crowd."


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Taken on August 23, 2012