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Here?s What People In The 1900s Predicted Our Homes Would Look Like Today (7 Pics)

   23 hours ago   |  Bored Panda

Raise your hands if you think that by 2100, we will have flying cars, robots with artificial intelligence, holidays on Mars and utterly intelligent houses.
People have been making predictions about what the future would look like for ages. Sadly, they are usually far-fetched or even utopian and society doesn’t seem to keep up with creative wishes.

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This Shiba Inu Is The Cutest Flower Boi In Japan And His 19 Pics Are Making People Happy

   23 hours ago   |  Bored Panda

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50 Struggles That 90?s Kids Remember Too Well

   23 hours ago   |  Bored Panda

Every generation looks back at its youthful period with nostalgia; everything was better when we were kids and nobody can convince me otherwise! However, there's something about my generation, the early millennials, that makes us special. We grew up in a time of unprecedented technological change;

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Romans in Pompeii Repaired the Roads with Molten Iron

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Temple of Nemesis Found Under A Greek Theater. And Here is Why

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Farmer Unearths Elite Nomad Burials and ‘Laughing Man’ Elongated Skull

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The Square Wave Kinetic Sculpture Forms Complex Geometric Patterns as it Spins

   23 hours ago   |  ThisIsColossal

A recently launched Kickstarter campaign introduces a five-dimensional sculpture said to be inspired by mathematics and the Fibonacci sequence. Square Wave, the first in a collection from artist Ivan Black (previously) and Atellani, is an object constructed out of 21 precisely bent and connected metal rods with no hidden mechanical components. The toy fluidly transitions into various shapes and patterns based on the amount of kinetic energy applied and the way it is held and turned. More

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An Award-Winning Sand Sculpture by Damon Langlois Captures a Crumbling Abraham Lincoln

   23 hours ago   |  ThisIsColossal

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Easter Island Statues Threatened by Nose-Picking Selfie Shooters

   23 hours ago   |  Peta Pixel

Easter Island is a World Heritage Site that’s famous for its nearly 1,000 moai statues, and throngs of tourists flock to the island each year to visit the giant-headed monuments. But those statues are now being threatened by tourists whose goal is to shoot selfies of themselves picking the heads’ noses. UCLA archaeologist Jo Anne […]

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How I Switched to Sony (And Took My Best Friend Along With Me)

   23 hours ago   |  Peta Pixel

It?s time to confess. I?ve been converted to Sony! But there?s more. Somehow I converted my best friend, wedding photographer Charlotte Palazzo, at the same time. I?ve been a Nikon fangirl for more than a decade. I absolutely loved my most recent camera, the Nikon D750. The low light capabilities, resolution and the relatively small […]

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