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    Ikea’s Hydroponic System Allows You to Grow Vegetables All Year Without a Garden

    Ikea’s indoor garden system is the perfect option for those who wish to grow their own food all year round but don’t have the garden space to be able to do it. Ikea’s indoor hydroponic garden allows anyone to grow fresh produce at home without the need for soil or any previous gardening experience. The hydroponic system of the garden means that ...

    On March 12, 2017 / By
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    A Company Just 3D-Printed a House in 24 Hours for Only $10,134

    While 3D-printing may have been faded away in recent years from the spotlight of core “disruptive” technologies, that may soon change again after a company 3D-printed an entire house in just 24 hours. Located in Russia, the following 400-square-foot home, or 37 square meters, was built in just a day, at a cost of slightly over $10,000. As profiled in the Telegraph, the ...

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    Was the “Cash Me Outside, How Bou Dat” Girl’s Instagram Hacked or Is This Just an Elaborate Publicity Stunt?

    13-year-old Florida native, Danielle Bregoli, became an overnight sensation in September 2016, after an infamous appearance on Dr. Phil. Her infamous remark “cash me outside, how bou dat” gave birth to this dark star, and memetic insanity of epic proportion. A sign of the times of the cult of personality, Bregoli’s fame and ego has continued to rise over the past few months ...

    On March 8, 2017 / By
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    This Self-Taught Surreal Artist Uses Creativity as a Therapeutic Outlet

    Fenna Berry is a self-taught American multimedia artist born in 1995. She lives with schizophrenia, but uses her art and creativity as an outlet for therapy. Most of her works are done using surrealist techniques such as automatism or they are created with a highly personal concept in mind. Browse the gallery below to see some of her creative expressions, and to ...

    On March 7, 2017 / By
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    Was Ecco the Dolphin Inspired by a Scientist’s Ketamine Fantasies?

    Ecco the Dolphin As a child, video games were something that was reserved solely for weekends at my grandparent’s house. My cousins and I always had the latest model of Nintendo, and whatever new gaming console was on the market. While I was more of a Mario fan/Nintendo player, I have some fond memories of playing Sega’s Ecco the Dolphin.  The game wasn’t particularly easy, ...

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    Famous Last Words: Surprising Final Words From 35 Celebrities

    The list below is a selection of 35 different final words from famous people, and the parting phrases range from profound/prolific, to simple/shocking. As the saying goes, “he who laughs last, lasts longest”- and perhaps this is the case for the legacy of these legends. Surprising Final Words From 35 Celebrities 1) “I’m going to the bathroom to read.” – Elvis Presley 2) ...

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    Goblins, Reptilians, and Tin-Foil Hats: The Best Super-Cuts Of Alex Jones’ Rants

    Alex Jones is a radio show host, filmmaker, and writer, but also (more importantly) a conspiracy theorist, human, MAN, pioneer, and quite frankly our favorite internet meme of the moment. On February 1st, 2017 he appeared on Joe Rogan’s podcast for an epic episode discussing all sorts of woke concepts, including the reptilian-shape-shifting-interdimensional New World Order, which has since taken his dissent into ...

    On March 6, 2017 / By
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    Psychedelic Mixed Media Collages by Jodi Bee

    Jodi Bee is an artist that creates psychedelic mixed media collages, which are influenced by consciousness, philosophy, curiosities and more! She describes her work by saying: I create highly detailed analog collage works, incorporating mixed media techniques. Toning the elements beyond where I found them, which is primarily within an extensive collection of used books, this allows me to choose and enhance ...

    On March 6, 2017 / By
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    15 Breathtaking Images of the LARGEST Crystal Cave on Earth

    Its crystals, multi-faceted mirrors take us through different paths: that of knowledge and science, that of technological development, and the path of art and harmony. Inside the cave, explorers are witnesses of ‘fallen obelisks’, ‘pillars of light’, the crystals are enormous, and most of them are several feet thick. Discovered in 2000, the giant Crystal Cave (Cueva de los Cristales) is a 300-meter-deep cave connected ...

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    Labyrinth Fans: You Can Now Own Your Own Firey Plush (With Removable Parts)

    Labyrinth fans will remember the Fireys AKA Fire Gang pretty well. These singing, dancing, bird-like creatures looked like the furry red-headed step children of the Skesis from The Dark Crystal – and had the ability to rip off their heads and do limb origami with their other body parts. “Don’t lose your head”, because now these memorable bunch of weirdos have been commemorated ...

    On March 2, 2017 / By