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8 Greatest Antarctic Explorers

To even get to the continent of Antarctica one has to cross thousands of miles of harsh, ice-choked waters, and once you’re there, things are even worse. Antarctica is the coldest, driest, remotest, windiest and highest elevated continent on Earth. There are no trees, no rivers, no cities and very little life. Even today, with […]

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This Girl Wrote a Hilarious Cookbook For Her ‘Cave Man’ Brother

Cooking is hard, and cookbooks can look like a foreign language to people who somehow find a way to burn cereal. via: GIPHY Knowing this, one smartass little sister,Imgurian tacopartyinyourmouth, decidedto help out her culinarily-challenged brother with a step-by-step,hilariously honest, fail-proof cookbook. Sheposted pictures of the book with laminated sheets to protect from spillage and […]

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His Jokes Will Wake The Part Of You That Used To Make Friends Without Mark Zuckerberg's Help

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Without the Internet, I would never be able to speak to my two best friends, who both live in San Francisco (I know, it sucks). And without Facebook, I wouldn’t have this fabulous gig here. But comedian Dwayne Perkins is 100% right to question where human nature finds itself because of technology. Sometimes we can […]

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Modern day dragons.

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The natural diet of these birds is bones. Not just bone marrow — actual bone shards. They pick up huge bones from carcasses and drop them onto rocks until they get spiky pieces and then they swallow them. Their stomach acid dissolves bone. When sufficiently threatened, they’ve been observed to deliberately puke on the threat. […]

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Link25 (110) – The Brave Mongoose Edition

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We know you’ve been waiting all week. The anticipation has been building. Well, finally the moment is here. It’s 25 of the week’s best links, articles, images, and videos from all over the web conveniently stacked in one post so you can waste your time more efficiently! This week features everything from a bizarre (and […]

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GM Fly Trial To Save Pest-Ridden Crops Begins

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Australia doesnt exactly have the best track record for pest control (unleashing myxomatosis on rabbits was a terrible idea). But we have learned a lot over the years, and its time to trial a new approach to deal with problem species: genetic modification. Announced yesterday, Western Australias Department of Agriculture and Food will commence a […]

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