Funny Animals! - Pictures
Sometimes the animals has silly, funny moments, just like us. The thing becomes public domain when near is from a well-calibrated camera too! Let's see what comes out of everything?
The Mysteries Of Stonehenge
What was Stonehenge used for and how and why was it built? - The Neolithic age in which Stonehenge was built is so long ago that firm, factual information is sparse. As a result there is no shortage of conflicting dates and views about Stonehenge. Nearly every year respected archaeologists will put forward papers suggesting dates need to be adjusted and our assumptions about Stonehenge changed. Just pick up a few books on Stonehenge in the gift shop and even fundamental dates will differ markedly from one book to another.
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Watch Gisele Bündchen's New Under Armour Commercial
Under Armour has been featuring some seriously badass women in its "I Will What I Want" campaign. On the list so far: Misty Copeland, Lindsey Vonn, Sloane Stephens, Kelley O'Hara and Brianna Cope.
Surfing Goat and 5 Other Animals That Catch Waves
A California surfer buys a goat to clear his family's property of weeds and ends up teaching it to catch waves. If it sounds like a children's story or a funny YouTube video, it's both.
Art and Design
Mirror Fence Reflecting the Ever-Changing Landscape by Alyson Shotz
Artist Alyson Shotz envisioned a creative mirror fence in Socrates Sculpture Park (Long Island City, USA. The installation is barely noticeable during summer and winter and sparkles some great visual effects in autumn and spring, when the color diversity is at its peak. The unconventional project measures 138 feet x 36 x 4 inches (42.06 m x 91.44 x 10.16 cm) and evokes the reflection of space in its continuous conversion.
What if we had a planet instead of a Moon?
Our moon is a pretty big object. It's big enough to be a respectable planet in its own right, if it were orbiting the sun instead of the Earth. (Actually, it is orbiting the sun in a nearly perfectly circular orbit, that the Earth only slightly perturbs... but that's a topic for another day.) The Moon is a quarter the diameter of the Earth. Only Pluto has a satellite that is larger, in proportion to the size of the planet it orbits.
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Waves by Ran Ortner
Ran Ortner, 52 year old New York-based artist, found his vocation in implementing his love to surfing and sea through Canvas Oil Paintings. He started to surf on beaches of California when he was 18, he kept his hobby throughout his life, and the emotions from the sea kept appearing in his work.
The World's Most Expensive Apartment Is this $400 Million Dollar Super Penthouse in Monaco
If you were to combine the sale prices of Rick Ross' mansion in Atlanta, Eddie Murphy's vista in Granite Bay, Dr. Dre's new spot in Los Angeles, and Prince's magical home in Spain, you still wouldn't have nearly enough to afford this insane apartment in Monaco.
The World's 15 Most Amazing Roads
They wind through mountain passes, across deserts and even over stretches of ocean. Some were built on top of centuries-old footpaths carved into hillsides, while others connect cities and countries across spans that previously had been impassable.
World's 10 Most Expensive Luxury Submarines
Move over superyacht owners, there's a new way to show the world that you're richer and more exclusive than everyone else: Owning a luxury submarine. It seems that staying above water is becoming a little dull for people who want to take to the sea and party on the big ocean blue - now, the mega-rich are taking the party 20,000 leagues under.
21 must see places in Rome
Rome, the Eternal city - it inspires everyone who sets foot in this metropolis. The impressive squares, the ruins from our ancient history and many other charming places make you feel really special when you spend even just a day in the Italian capital. In many parts, the city is very chaotic, it can be really hot during the summer and there are tourists everywhere most of the time, but this does not affect the love most of us feel for Rome, the capital of love.
Female Gangsters You Should Know About
Idolized and villainized, the American gangster is a character as iconic as the cowboy. Though organized crime tends to be a boys' club, there have been a slate of deadly women who have broken into its ranks. You know John Dillinger, Al Capone, and Bugsy Siegel. But do you know Stephanie St. Clair or The Pretty Pants Bandit? We think it's time that you did.
Burnt matchsticks art by Stanislav Aristov
Fire, smoke, and burning to ashes is the life of a wooden match, but Stanislav Aristov has discovered that is enough to produce magical art. Stanislav takes burning and burnt matches to create amazing miniature sculptures and then captures the images with a macro lens and studio quality flash, and a little post work using Photoshop to create images that are magical with the smoke and fire rising from hearts, the Eiffel Tower, spiders, fruit, and other creations formed completely from the matches.
Art and Design
10 Artworks Made from Matchsticks
Matchsticks are like tiny little pieces of building materials that inspire model makers to bend them to the artist's will. Some amazing and imaginative pieces are born from such inspiration, and they're not all architectural sculptures. Let's look at some of the many ways creative folks use matchsticks.
Hubble Deep Field - revealing the universe
In December 1995 the Hubble Space Telescope took a long exposure image of the sky, where only a very few stars had been noticed before, and practically was an unknown side of the sky. However, astronomers and astrophysicists had always been concerned if anything existed there. After having constructed the image known as the Hubble Deep Field (HDF), they were also surprised by what they had seen! (The image can be seen by positioning the mouse on the picture!)
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