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This Guy Who’s Been Living In A Sand Castle For The Past 22 Years Is The Hero We Need Right Now – Brobible

For the past 22 years, King Marcio Mizael Matolias has lived in a sand castle on the beach of Barra da Tijuca in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Source: This Guy Who’s Been Living In A Sand Castle For The Past … Continue reading

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Japanese university student wows Twitter with unique shoji paper sliding door calendar

There’s nothing quite as satisfying as punching out the days on these traditional paper doors. Source: Japanese university student wows Twitter with unique shoji paper sliding door calendar

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The Biggest Threat to our Civilisation | Professor Brian Cox

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DIY Electronic Wings – pt.1 Frame & Electronics | Hawkgirl Cosplay Series

More info http://www.axcelerationdesigns.com/

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CARNIVAL COSTUME DIY

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Arendonk Street Art Timelapse 2 Desert Eagle Valkenhof

More info at http://www.hawthornart.com/

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The Museum of Four in the Morning

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What does a thought look like? – ScienceBlog.com

UC Berkeley neuroscientists have tracked the progress of a thought through the brain, showing clearly how the prefrontal cortex at the front of the brain coordinates activity to help us act in response to a perception. Recording the electrical activity … Continue reading

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Miniature Paintings on Tea Bags by Ruby Silvious

Some of us may give our used tea bags a second life by squeezing an extra steep out of them, but Ruby Silvious takes things a step further by using the thin paper as a canvas for miniature paintings. Silvious … Continue reading

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The Surreal Objects of Nancy Fouts – Colossal

Everyday objects take an unusual turn in Nancy Fouts‘ bizarre sculptures. Playing with unexpected combinations of violence and peace, the natural and manmade, interiors and exteriors, Fouts challenges viewers to rethink the categories we habitually place different objects in. The American-born,London-based artist … Continue reading

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