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LEGO: Can You Explain It?

Here are three impossible #LEGO constructions for you to solve. Can you explain them? It’s important to understand there was no tampering with none …

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25 Places That Look Not Normal, But Are Actually Real

Prepare to have your mind blown. We tip our hats to those who see things differently. MINI. NOT NORMAL.<p>©2012 MINI USA, a division of BMW of North America, LLC.

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AMMO: Cross Section Photos of Bullets

In October of 2012, LA-based photographer Sabine Pearlman found herself ensconced in a Swiss WWII bunker photographing 900 different “specimens” of …

Rouleaux: Anastassia Elias’ Book of Toilet Paper Roll Sculptures | Colossal

<p>If you’ve visited any art or design blog over the last few years you’ve almost certainly run into the artwork of Anastassia Elias who made waves in …

Subtractive Street Art by Pejac on the Streets of Spain | Colossal

<p>Really digging this subtractive piece by Pejac. You can see much more of this piece as well as an archive of earlier works on his website. (via …

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Pictures: 5 New World Heritage Sites

Active volcanoes, shifting sand dunes, and fields of glaciers are included in the five newest World Heritage sites.

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According to The Oatmeal, Nikola Tesla is the "greatest geek" who ever lived; others say his tumultuous life is proof he was the original mad scientist. “In writing about Tesla,” says W. Bernard Carlson, author of a new biography on the inventor, “one must navigate between unfair criticism and excessive enthusiasm.” What do you think? Maligned genius or inventor of the electrical age? Read more: "Tesla at the Smithsonian: The Story Behind his Genius" http://blogs.smithsonianmag.com/aroundthemall/2013/06/tesla-at-the-smithsonian-the-story-behind-his-genius/