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Venus Could Have Supported Life for Billions of Years

   10 hours ago  |  Astronomy  |  Universe Today

A new study by a team of NASA scientists indicates that Venus could have been habitable for billions of years (and still would be today) were it not for all the resurfacing!
The post Venus Could Have Supported Life for Billions of Years appeared first on Universe Today.

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4 Steps to Grow Your Agency to 7 Figures

   10 hours ago  |  Business  |  Entrepreneur

Scaling to a million-dollar business requires smart instincts and some humility.

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Mr. Bojangles Trudeau

   10 hours ago  |  Comedy  |  The Spoof

BILLINGSGATE POST: “I knew a man, Bojangles and he danced for you in worn out shoes.....”

Justin Bojangles Trudeau - Has a nice ring to it, huh? Think he ever knew how comforting worn out shoes felt? He wore velvet slippers instead.

“Silv...

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17 Before And After Pics That Show How People Changed In 20 Or More Years By Daniel Meadows

   10 hours ago  |  Cure for Boredom  |  Bored Panda

Iconic British photographer Daniel Meadows has been documenting the world around him for almost half a century. He calls it celebrating "the felt life of the great ordinary." Throughout this time, Daniel has encountered and captured strangers all over England.

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Elaborate Underground Architecture of Soviet Metro Stations Photographed by Christopher Herwig

   10 hours ago  |  Digital Design  |  ThisIsColossal

After traveling to 15 cities in 7 countries and taking over 15,000 photographs, Christopher Herwig (previously) has compiled a new book that showcases the diverse architecture of every underground metro station in the former U.S.S.R. Soviet Metro Stations provides rare look at mansion-quality chandeliers, ornate columns, and patterned ceilings that surround millions of commuters every day.
With a background in travel photography and documentary work for UNICEF and other United Nations agencies, Herwig was first introduced to the region while traveling through Russia via train. More

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This Photographer?s eBay Order Took a Comical Route Around the World

   10 hours ago  |  Photography  |  Peta Pixel

Photographer Gary Gruber recently purchased a Hasselblad lens accessory on eBay. As he waited for the order to travel from South Africa to his home in the United States, Gruber was baffled by the route DHL sent it on. “I buy and sell a ton of photo gear on eBay,” Gruber tells PetaPixel. “99.8% of […]

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Leonardo da Vinci

   10 hours ago  |  Quotes of the Day  |  Quotations Page

"Study without desire spoils the memory, and it retains nothing that it takes in."

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Garmin 6S Pro Review: A Sports Party for Your Wrist

   10 hours ago  |  Technology  |  Wired

Garmin's latest multisport watch is a bonanza of wrist-based navigation, data-tracking, and battery-saving features.

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New Batman Creative Team to Push Bruce Wayne 'To His Limits'

   10 hours ago  |  Video Gaming  |  IGN

With Tom King about to jump to Batman/Catwoman, DC reveals the new creative team taking over the flagship Batman comic next year.

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Stealth bomber for Area 51 crowd? U.S. military unit apologizes for tweet

   10 hours ago  |  World News  |  Reuters

A U.S. military unit apologized on Saturday and deleted a tweet that used the specter of a stealth bomber being deployed against any young people who tried to break into the Area 51 base in Nevada.

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