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Jeff and his magic spandex pants. Places to see at least once in life. They say there are places in this world that anyone should see them at least once in life. Although we want each of you to go see them live, and we offer in the form of photos below. If I had to redo the path for real, the steps you would wear in Norway in Greece, Iceland, Netherlands, Croatia, China and Bora Bora. Whether it will attract the ocean or dream of green forests and endless, fascinating places of the world is waiting to delight. And who knows how many are still undiscovered? Preachers Rock, Preikestolen, Norway Zakynthos Island, Greece Skaftafeli, Iceland Plitvice Lakes, Croatia Lakes Jiuzhaigou, China Hotel Four Seasons Bora Bora Paterswolde Meer, a lake south of Groningen, Netherlands Marble caves, Chile Chico, Chile Marqueyssac gardens, Dordogne, France Greenland.

Teacher creates works of art during lunch break. Juliane Koepcke. Juliane Koepcke On Christmas Eve 1971, in the skies above the desolate, remote jungles of Peru, LANSA Flight 508 got its ass rocked like a hurricane by a ginormous bolt of lightning that blew the entire fuselage apart like a humongoid human-filled flying pipe bomb with wings.

Juliane Koepcke

Juliane Koepcke, a quiet seventeen year-old high school senior on her way to visit her father, fell two miles out of the sky, without a parachute, crunching into the dirt floor of the Amazon Rain Forest with enough velocity to fracture the skull of Bahamut the World Fish. When she somehow miraculously awoke and came to her senses (a feat which few of her fellow passengers managed to accomplish), she was still strapped in to her seat.

She had a broken collarbone, a severe concussion, deep cuts in her arms and legs, and one of her eyes had been swollen shut like Stallone the end of Rocky II. The Amazon. Good times. For eleven days (!) Of course, Juliane Koepcke wasn't done yet. Kansas Memory. Ribbit! Frog All Lit Up by Swallowed Christmas Light. Living With the Worlds Largest Rodent. Meet Caplin Rous, a large, domesticated rodent known as a capybara.

Living With the Worlds Largest Rodent

"He's very needy but I love him to death," says owner Melanie Typaldos, who adopted the pet from a breeder two and a half years ago when he was just 11 days old. "He loves to lick my face and forehead and just follow me around everywhere. " The 100-lb. capybara munches on grass most of the day (the creatures are herbivores) to maintain his figure. Thankfully, Typaldos and her husband live in rural Texas, where they're surrounded by clean grass. Caplin dwarfs guinea pig Neptune, who belongs to Typaldos's daughter, Coral.

Typaldos often takes Caplin to schools to teach children about wildlife. Source. Truck Spills - Whale. Futility Closet - StumbleUpon. In 1903, a prisoner named Will West arrived at Leavenworth.

Futility Closet - StumbleUpon

The record clerk took the photographs above and, thinking he remembered West, asked whether he had been there before. West said no. The clerk took some measurements, went to the file, and produced this record, bearing the name William West: Amazed, the prisoner said, “That’s my picture, but I don’t know where you got it, for I know I have never been here before.” Incredibly, this was true. The case became a strong argument in favor of the new science of fingerprinting. Kaleidoscope. Electromagnetic fields cause fluorescent bulbs to glow. Here’s an interesting photo from Matthew Wahl’s Flickr showing the glow from fluorescent tubes as a direct result of the electromagnetic field surrounding overhead power lines.

Electromagnetic fields cause fluorescent bulbs to glow

The fluorescent tubes are not plugged in to any power source. Photo: Peter Dibdin Richard Box, an artist-in-residence at Bristol University’s physics department, was one of the first people to discover the phenomenon. He describes it below: A fluorescent tube glows when an electrical voltage is set up across it. Check out this Quicktime panorama of Richard Box’s FIELD project. Keep in mind that the bulbs do not necessarily glow that bright on their own. Cool! Tela Communications. Catfish story. FML: Your everyday life stories. Smoke Ring Collision. Nature Attacks! Sometimes Mother Nature is a bitch….. These photos are taken from ones we’ve seen floating around the web. It’s not all Bambi out there folks… These guys obviously escaped from an Alfred Hitchcock movie… I hope the door’s unlocked!

I love your coat! Shields Up, Mr Spock! This is why your mother told you not to point…. Got Prey? Hungry Hungry Hippos…. Discount Travel. The Bitterroot Footage. My name is Chad.

The Bitterroot Footage

I'm a student at a university in New York. I just moved to a studio apartment and needed some furniture. I found a guy on Craigslist that wanted to desperately get rid of his things at super cheap prices so I went to check it out. He sold things in bulk to get rid of as much things as possible. I bought a small table and it came with a bunch of other random things. An old wooden box caught my attention. The film was pretty damaged so I just kept it on my bookshelf as decoration, but I couldn't get the images of the pictures out of my head. 防衛大 棒倒し 激闘!(でも、お尻がぁ出てるぅ、、) 3D Spider in browser. Giant Stinson Beach Bubbles (Canon 550D) - StumbleUpon.