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Living In A Bubble

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Life In A Bubble

Hear Jane Poynter describe her life living inside Biosphere 2 for more than two years.

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Drink These Up

If your morning coffee seems boring, maybe you need a more entertaining mug.

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Where Art Thou, Wiki?

These pages seemed really interesting, but are now gone.

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No Small Task

Next time you are moving something heavy (lift with the legs!) and feel the need to complain, give yourself some perspective by recalling the 10 heaviest objects ever moved by mankind.

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Sweeeeet

Napoleon Dynamite is a decade old and has now been immortalized in statue form. It doesn’t move, so it doesn’t have any nunchuk or bow hunting skills, but it does have all of the quiet majestic beauty of a liger.

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On that Subject…

Cracked presents the 14 most unintentionally terrifying statues in the world. Some NSFW content here.

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Spotted In A Store

As a married man, I sympathize.

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In Honor of Father’s Day

Check out the five worst fathers in the animal kingdom.

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50 Things to Know About Aquaman
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50 Things to Know About Aquaman. To be precise: About the Aquaman movie set to hit theaters in December.

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Barbie is Now a Woke Vlogger. For a toy fashion model, her advice for young women is amazingly spot-on.

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This Is Your Brain on Fatherhood. Only about 10 percent of mammalian species provide paternal care for babies, but those who do have a better chance of survival.

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What Does a Six-Legged Robot Flowerpot Do? It seeks out sunlight, water, and whatever else the plant may need.

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Hospital Food: Unappetizing Meals for Sick People. The switch from home convalescence to feeding a variety of inpatients is the reason hospital food is so bad.

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Are You a Money Ostrich? The first step toward understanding your financial situation is to stop avoiding it.

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The Secretive Mega-Companies Behind Your Glasses. Chances are that your lenses and frames are made by two companies that control the global market.

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10 Beloved Animals From Ancient History. Their monuments have lasted thousands of years.

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For a Brief, Glorious Moment, Camera-Wielding Pigeons Spied From Above
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Agence Rol, Bibliothèque Nationale de France, Public Domain, Wikimedia Commons

For a Brief, Glorious Moment, Camera-Wielding Pigeons Spied From Above. Julius Neubronner lost a pigeon and developed avian photography.

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How Many Nukes Would It Take to Send the Earth Spiraling Off Into the Sun? More than we have now, but we can still easily destroy ourselves.

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11 Exercises That Will Strengthen Your Attention. Building useful habits will make you more observant.

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A Classic Animated Film That Explores What Happens When No One Dares to Stand Up to Evil. The Hangman from 1964 illustrates a poem by Maurice Ogden.

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The Extraordinary Life of Martha Gellhorn, the Woman Ernest Hemingway Tried to Erase. She was the only woman on the beach at Normandy during the D-Day invasion.

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Dirty, Dishonest, and Badly Behaved: Sophia Jarvis, Victorian Maid. Did she stand a chance in court against her abusive employer?

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8 Questionable Decisions People Have Made to Keep Playing Pokemon Go. Two years later, it's hard to understand the mania that surrounded the game.

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