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Recycling some old shirts.

Ducklings having fun!

Remember dog: That’s a left turn at Albuquerque

Scientists Make Hair-Growing Cells From Ordinary Skin Cells

It's a step toward curing baldness with stem cells made from a person's own skin.<p>Bald? A team of stem cell scientists has made an advance that's a step toward being able to regrow your own natural hair, using samples of your skin.<p>The scientists took adult human skin cells and transformed them into …

Stem Cells

Porsche's first vehicle found in shed after a century

First vehicle was electric and made in 1898<p>The first Porsche ever made has been recovered from a shed in Austria where it sat for over 100 years. The vehicle is called the "Egger-Lohner electric vehicle, C.2 Phaeton model" — nicknamed the "P1" for short — and was created by Ferdinand Porsche …

A German shepherd jumps over a fence to unbelievable heights in a WW2 training camp.

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Fire Ants act like a bulk material with viscoelastic properties when formed into a ball.

Monk doing a backflip

In 1913 it was legal to mail children. With stamps attached to their clothing, children rode trains to their destinations, accompanied by letter carriers.

Treadmilling at 25mph

Age old question: Would you rather titillate an Ocelot, or oscillate a titalot?

APOD: The Upper Michigan Blizzard of 1938 (2014 Jan 22) Image Credit: Bill Brinkman; Courtesy: Paula Rocco http://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap140122.html Explanation: Yes, but can your blizzard do this? In Upper Michigan's Storm of the Century in 1938, some snow drifts reached the level of utility poles. Nearly a meter of new and unexpected snow fell over two days in a storm that started 76 years ago tomorrow. As snow fell and gale-force winds piled snow to surreal heights; many roads became not only impassable but unplowable; people became stranded; cars, school buses and a train became mired; and even a dangerous fire raged. Fortunately only two people were killed, although some students were forced to spend several consecutive days at school. The above image was taken by a local resident soon after the storm. Although all of this snow eventually melted, repeated snow storms like this help build lasting glaciers in snowy regions of our planet Earth. Starship Asterisk* • APOD Discussion Page http://asterisk.apod.com/discuss_apod.php?date=140122 #APOD

My mom found this on her windshield

WTF Japanese GIF of the day

Daily Morning Epicness (40 Pictures)

Baby white scooped from the surf.

The Weirdest Odd-Cylinder Engines

(Video Link)<p>Jalopnik has <b>a great discussion post</b> up about engines, particularly car engines, with an odd number of cylinders. There are some real gems …

11 Facts Everyone Should Know About Orca Captivity

Recent events have reignited controversies surrounding captive orcas.<p><i>Think about it.</i>

Cool idea: Rubber band gun

10 of Shakespeare's Best Dirty Jokes

<b>By Kalli Damschen, Baylor University</b><p>William Shakespeare is widely regarded as one of the greatest writers of all time, and his plays have …

Queen Elizabeth II

7 Common Mistakes That Cause Homebuyers to Overpay

Homebuyers often undermine their own best interests and end up overpaying, many real estate agents say.<p>First-time homebuyers, as well as those …

This is why I don’t like the ocean.

Some things are just too realistic…

Brain study

My Duckling Has A Dog On Her Beak

A master class

Missoula Pants by Causwell

There's nothing quite like hitting the mountain in state-of-the-art Gore-Tex technical outerwear, but when it comes to rough and tumble durability, these moisture-wicking wonders often fall short. The Missoula Pants from Salt Lake City-based Causwell balance waterproof breathability with heritage …


33 "Clueless" References You Missed As A Kid

These jokes and references probably once went over your head.