Remember when we were all in grade school and we were taught about space? Didn’t it sound amazing?
It sure did then… and sure does, even now. There are some crazy things going on in space that we are still discovering. With its seemingly endless landscape, space will always be something that we are studying. Here are some of the weirdest things we have seen while studying the sky.
370.) Massive Electric Currents
These currents have beens pied radiating from black holes. One has been spotted that is about 1.5 times the size of our whole Milky Way galaxy….
Dolls are creepy. Add the element of paranormal and they are done right terrifying. We should burn them all.
But children like dolls. This is true. In Australia, a place called the Doll Hospital respects that and does everything they can to keep dolls from looking like they want to devour your soul.
Originally opening in 1913, the Doll Hospital is still operational, employing 12 “doll surgeons” and repairing over 200 dolls a month (so many dolls…). The adorable thing is that many of the work is done for what the hospital affectionately calls ‘big children’ or older women who want their…
Singer/cover artist Mike Tompkins says with his Youtube channel he aims to be “a new kind of talent for an ever-changing musical landscape”. He may just achieve that. His and innovative videos in which he recreates top 40 hits using only the sound of his voice (and maybe a few hand claps) have become insanely popular, so much so that he landed the gig as opening act for the Jonas Brothers on their last tour. Watch the songs he covers below and wait till the end to see how he created each drum beat and bass bop. Super interesting stuff!
Here’s him singing…
As someone who can’t even draw a convincing stick figure, I’m constantly baffled by the abilities of talented artists who are able to create masterful pieces of work from things I couldn’t even use to stay inside the lines of coloring books.
And this artist takes it to an even more incredible new level. Karla Mialynne posts her hyper-realistic drawings to her Instagram account and will often include a behind-the-scenes look at what she uses in her process. Probably because no one could believe she didn’t just print them off the Internet. These are stunning.
From abstract to super-detail:
Each one looks…
I could go on and on about the importance of knowing your impact on others, the environment and our culture. Just ask my family about the earful they get every Thanksgiving. But these amazing ads say more than I ever could.
From donating blood to sharing the road, these powerful and clever ads will get to you. Big time.
386.) We can all be superheroes.
387.) Share the road.
388.) Not the best place to park.
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389.) Backseat doesn’t mean automatically safe.
390.) That light…
There are about a million little things that can ruin your day with just the right amount of annoying. Y’know, all the small things that make you wonder why some genius hasn’t come up with a solution for it already. That’s where these designers come in.
The ideas are simple, but the impact is impressive. I wish I had #2 as a kid, but now I just really want the last one. Amazing!
412.) This wheelchair accessible set of stairs.
413.) This bunk bed upgrade.
414.) This handy toilet paper holder.
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By XJ Selman Published: August 31st, 2014
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By Kel Zhang Published: August 31st, 2014
Oh god, it finally happened: You accidentally stumbled outside. This is where nature keeps all the terrifying snakes, spiders, and spider-snakes we’ve been telling you about for years. Quick, look around: Do you see any animals? If so, just run. Soil