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More than 60 billion LEGO pieces were produced in 2014 alone. It takes more than 6000 tons of plastic each year to make that many bricks.
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Though it has long been considered a given that all humans possess the capacity for visual imagination, recent research suggests that's not true.
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Nestled in the tropical rainforest of Costa Rica is a 1965 Boeing 727 that tourists can actually sleep in.
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But we still don't know if their yawns are contagious.
In some comedies, the funny business doesn’t end with “The End.”
It takes thousands of tries to finally be able to pour out a beautiful rosetta on a cappuccino, and thousands more to reach the peak of Instagram latte art perfection.