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Nature
Dive Into Infinity With Dizzying Views of A Colossal Cave - Views of A Colossal CaveA series of 360° panoramas allows anyone with an internet connection to experience Vietnam's Son Doong cave, one of the planet's biggest.
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wtf
Charges Dropped Against Cop Caught Having Sex With Cows - It was during the course of that investigation that police found a video in Melia’s home that recorded him… abusing multiple cows. Apparently he was so proud of this abuse that he filmed it and saved it for posterity. To Protect And Serve!!!
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funny
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useful
HURRICANE KATRINA - This blog intertwines several elements. One element is the actual experience of disaster. Another element is a step by step guide to preparing yourself and your family for the day when you might face some unforeseen circumstance. I invite you to seriously invest the time, effort, and small cost in creating your own emergency plans. If you do not know where to begin, just follow along with me and I'll take you step by step.
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war
‘War is a Racket': Forbidden History on Memorial Day - I spent 33 years and four months in active military service and during that period I spent most of my time as a high class muscle man for Big Business, for Wall Street and the bankers. In short, I was a racketeer, a gangster for capitalism. Smedley Darlington Butler ( July 30, 1881 – June 21, 1940), nicknamed "the fighting Quaker" and "Old Gimlet Eye," was a Major General in the U.S. Marine Corps and, at the time of his death, the most decorated Marine in U.S. history.
From Roddy
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war
The War Prayer by Mark Twain - Reprinted just for Memorial Day
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wtf
Josh Duggar allegedly molested five underage girls in the 2000s - Josh Duggar, a star in TLC's "19 Kids and Counting" who has been under fire after a report came out that he allegedly molested five underage girls in the 2000s, INCLUDING HIS SISTERS, has broken his silence.
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science
Study: Antarctic glaciers melting faster than thought - ABC News - Glaciers in Antarctica are melting faster and across a much wider area than previously thought, a development that threatens to raise sea levels worldwide and force millions of people to flee low-lying areas, scientists said Wednesday.Researchers once believed that the melting was limited to the Antarctic Peninsula, a narrow tongue of land pointing toward South America. But satellite data and automated weather stations now indicate it is more widespread.
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science
Exploring the dimensions of nomophobia - Nomophobia is defined as the fear of being out of mobile phone contact and is considered a modern age phobia introduced to our lives as a byproduct of the interaction between people and mobile information and communication technologies, especially smartphones. This research study sought to contribute to the nomophobia research literature by identifying and describing the dimensions of nomophobia and developing a questionnaire to measure nomophobia. Consequently, this study adopted a two-phase, exploratory sequential mixed methods design. The first phase was a qualitative exploration of nomophobia through semi-structured interviews conducted with nine undergraduate students at a large Midwestern university in the U.S. The qualitative findings from this initial exploration were then developed into a questionnaire measuring nomophobia. In the second phase of the study, the nomophobia questionnaire (NMP-Q) was tested with a large sample of 301 undergraduate students.
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cool
Miniature LEGO Adventures That I Create In My Spare Time - I am a French photographer born in 1981, and I began my work by photographing extreme sports in urban areas. Influenced by geek culture, my artistic approach is now focused on small LEGO® characters.My work combines the techniques of photography, street art, model making and installations; in my created microcosms, I play with scale and material to alter perception.
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music
Eurosong Generator -
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opinion
Biblical Gender Roles - Peace comes through living the way our creator designed us to
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other
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OOPS! -
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other
The Earth now has a flag for when we reach Mars (Wired UK) - Does Earth need a flag? Perhaps not, at least not until we have another planet on which to plant it (or another civilisation with which to exchange diplomatic stationary). But that doesn't mean actually designing one is a pointless process -- as proven by the results of a new project to do exactly that.
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other
Nasa has a 'warp drive' that could zip people to the moon in just hours | Metro News - Nasa has finally invented a ‘warp drive’ that could take people to the moon in just a few hours.Scientists have quietly been testing a new drive that would enable spacecrafts to travel faster than the speed of light.
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religion
'19 Kids' star Josh Duggar apologizes amid molestation allegations - More of those "family values".
From Roddy
news
Woman Arrested For Biting Off Pit Bull%s Testicles (MADISON, West Virginia) - Witnesses told police this week that they pleaded with Boone county resident, Audrey Ranch, 62, to stop hurting her son’s pit bull, but she refused.
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news
Sheep stay silent in war of words over whether animals can suffer verbal abuse - ABC Rural (Australian Broadcasting Corporation) - "The allegation was that bad language was used by an employee on the property in front of the sheep, and that they could have been offended by the use of bad language."
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Technology
Devices link thoughts in action-planning part of brain to an artificial limb - A paralyzed man can now make a robotic arm do some smooth moves. Tiny silicon chips embedded in an action-planning part of his brain let the man control the arm easily and fluidly with his thoughts...
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Technology
The new shape of fusion - ITER, the international fusion reactor being built in France, will stand 10 stories tall, weigh three times as much as the Eiffel Tower, and cost its seven international partners $18 billion or more. The result of decades of planning, ITER will not produce fusion energy until 2027 at the earliest. And it will be decades before an ITER-like plant pumps electricity into the grid.
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rides
Ariel Nomad - YouTube -
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science
New NASA Report Reveals Ice Caps Are Not Melting - The report shows that when the data is averaged, the extent of the ice caps remained static until 2005, which is when they started to recede. By 2012, they had lost 10% of their original mass. But since that time, the ice caps have increased 5% over the 1979 average. In any event, it turns out that the 1979 benchmark used to gauge ice melt, was abnormally high. This information appears to be in direct contrast to NASA’s previous reports.
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religion
Michigan pastor who railed against same-sex marriage resigns after being caught seeking men on Grindr - n light of revelations that he solicited companionship with men on Grindr, the popular hookup app, Reverend Matthew Makela has resigned as pastor of St. John’s Lutheran Church and School in Midland, Michigan, Pink News Reports.

And another one bites the dust (or sucks the dick)
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pics
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terrorists
Saudisto get nuclear weapons - SAUDI ARABIA has taken the “strategic decision” to acquire “off-the-shelf” atomic weapons from Pakistan, risking a new arms race in the Middle East, according to senior American officials.

Start worrying!
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science
This Antarctic ice shelf could collapse by 2020, NASA says - The Washington Post - It has been a really bad week for the ice shelves of the quickly warming Antarctic peninsula, the part of the vast frozen continent that extends northward toward South America.
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news
Takata air bag recall becomes biggest ever in U.S. - Air bag maker Takata Corp. has agreed to declare 33.8 million of its inflator mechanisms defective, effectively doubling the number of cars and trucks that have been recalled in the U.S. so far.
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work
LA becomes largest US city to increase minimum wage to $15 an hour | US news | The Guardian - Los Angeles became the largest US city to raise its minimum wage to $15 an hour on Tuesday, as a wage increase bill passed the city council by a vote of 14-1.
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pics
WuhWILD - It's WuhWILD! - abandoned structures
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art
NSFW - Art Porn -
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blog
misterS - Swiss army knife fetish?
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wtf
useful
The 'living concrete' that can heal itself - CNN.com - No matter how carefully it is mixed or reinforced, all concrete eventually cracks, and under some conditions, those cracks can lead to collapse.
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useful
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pics
AERIAL VIEWS COAL MINING - Aerial Photographs of the biggest Opencast Coal Mining Pit of Germany. It is one of the largest man-made holes in the world, at nearly 1,500 feet deep, and currently covers almost 35 square kilometers. Everything at the mine is at a giant scale: The machines inside, scooping out coal and moving around sand and dirt, are each the height of 30-story office buildings and twice as long as soccer fields. Photographed May 2014.
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other
vintage gal -
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other
Another ghost town pops up in Anhui after 2 billion RMB development project abandoned: Shanghaiist - Chinese news portal NetEase published these photos, which depict the decaying remains of the 2 billion RMB (US$320 million) project that began in 2009.
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weird
work
%u200BHeadhunting: Saudi Arabia hiring 8 new executioners after 2015 beheadings hit 85 %u2014 RT News - Saudi Arabia, which executes more criminals than any nation except China and Iran, wants to hire eight new executioners. A surge in executions has been witnessed under new King Salman’s rule
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stupid
Chuck Norris: 'Obama Has Literally Helped Build The Environment For The Apocalypse' | Right Wing Watch - Chuck Norris, who warned of “1,000 years of darkness” if President Obama won his 2012 re-election campaign, writes today that “Obama has literally helped build the environment for the Apocalypse, as defined by both Muslims and Christians.” Norris tells WorldNetDaily readers in his weekly column that it is “difficult to believe that a single president could make more international Middle East fiascos in a few short years.” (Really?)
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darwin
Teen on life support after 'playing Russian roulette' - A 19-year-old-man is on life support at Westmead Hospital after allegedly playing Russian roulette in Sydney's north-west on Friday night. Josh Taylor from Pitt Town allegedly fired the gun outside an IGA Supermarket on Eldon Street, the Nine Network reports.

Russian Roulette with a semi-automatic?
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science
This Watery Graveyard Is The Resting Place For 161 Sunken Spaceships | Gizmodo Australia - In a remote stretch of the Pacific Ocean southeast of New Zealand, the broken remains of space stations and robotic freighters litter the ocean floor, 4km below the waves. The world’s space agencies call this region the South Pacific Ocean Uninhabited Area. But it’s also called the Spacecraft Cemetery.There are no islands in these waters, the nearest shores are thousands of kilometres away, and shipping traffic is relatively light here. It’s an ideal place for spacecraft to plunge back to Earth and die, far from any humans that might be injured by falling debris.
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other
Minecraft kids: 7-year-old turns feral if you take his video game - I KNEW there was trouble in paradise the instant I took my son’s iPad off him while he was playing Minecraft. He’d ignored me three times when I’d told him to put it down and come eat dinner.
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useful
13 things Californians are doing that waste more water than eating almonds - Some have cited almonds as the culprit, since the tasty snack use a whole gallon of water per nut. Compared with noshing on a few almonds, though, many other activities are far worse in terms of the amount of water they require, from watering huge lawns to keeping sprawling waterparks open all season.
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