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Spooky Abandoned Russian Theater

Posted on 04 September 2010 in: Featured Articles, Places

In one of the previous articles a Russian spooky abandoned military base was represented, showing all the pieces that were left there. As a continuing on that here are some pictures of an abandoned theater in Moscow. This was the place to be during the Soviet era; people would go there in the weekends and […]

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Spectacular Crystal Cave 1000ft Under Mexican Desert

Posted on 02 September 2010 in: Featured Articles, Places

This cave under The Chihuahua Desert in Mexico is actually a working mine that is known for its amazing crystals. The name of the cave is Naica Mine, is located 1000ft under ground, and it was discovered by two miners that was also brothers when they were drilling into the Naica lead. The chamber of […]

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Beautiful Historic Photographs of New York

Posted on 01 September 2010 in: Featured Articles, Lifestyle

New York City – the city of skyscrapers and never-ending possibilities., one of the most important and most popular cities in the world. Here are some old historic pictures of New York from the first half of the 20th century. The photos are really beautiful and you will almost feel that you are a part […]

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Glowing Stars Under The Ground

Posted on 01 September 2010 in: Animal Oddity, Featured Articles

We have all seen glowing stars on the sky at night, but what about seeing stars under the ground? You get the chance to do that in the Waitomo Glowworm Cave on the North Island of New Zealand. Of course the “stars” are not real; they are glowing worms that is hanging from the ceilings […]

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Do You Remember These Vintage Toys?

Posted on 28 August 2010 in: Featured Articles, People Oddity

Before Nintendo, Playstation and X-box existed, children, especially boys, were playing with construction toys. Some of sildenafil 20 mg price them that sildenafil citrate dapoxetine were the most popular are The Erector Set (change the name to Meccano) that was first produced in 1913. The toy had a whole collection of screws, bolts, metal beams, […]

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Awesome Photomontages Without Photoshop

Posted on 26 August 2010 in: Featured Articles, Lifestyle

Today almost no one gets impressed by photomontages, and we can all thank Photoshop for that. A lot of people can already use that photo program and it is just not so shocking to see a montage anymore unless it looks super realistic. But something that is impressing are these photomontages were made and published […]

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Shangai Represented Like a Detailed Scale Model

Posted on 24 August 2010 in: Featured Articles, WTF

Probably the world’s largest scale model of a city is this one of Shangai, and is to be found in the Shangai Urban Planning Museum on the third floor. Shangai is China’s most populated city, and one of the country’s most important cities, also known as the “Pars of the East”. It serves as cultural, […]

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Beautiful Underwater Caves in Bahamas Blue Holes

Posted on 23 August 2010 in: Featured Articles, Places

The Bahamas – known for its tropical islands, miles upon miles of sandy beaches, clear warm water and coral reefs. But it hides a little secret called the “blue holes” that are located under the water and look like beautiful blue vertical caves. Bahamas has quite a few blue holes that make up a whole […]

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Probably The Worst Spider Bite Ever

Posted on 15 August 2010 in: Animal Oddity, Featured Articles

Most people do fear these little creatures called spiders even if some of them are harmful. Still there are several that are dangerous, and one of them is the hobo spider from North America, also known as Tegenaria Agrestis, that belongs to the group of funnel web spiders. What’s special about this kind of spiders […]

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Playing With Electricity Thanks To Nikola Tesla

Posted on 14 August 2010 in: Featured Articles, WTF

Most people have heard about the legend and genius Nikola Tesla. Some of the things he invented were X-ray, the radio, microwave oven, electron microscope, neon lights, speedometer, and he was the first to design the hydro-electric power plant in Niagara Falls. A lot of his inventions were unfortunately credited by others, and his biggest […]

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