They’ve changed, but fundamentally they’re still the same deal..
Why would you want to sit and watch a dead human being slowly decomposing? Morbid stuff..
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“No one ever talks about what the world looks like if you’re a cat. Instead, we speak of the bird’s-eye view and use fish-eye lenses to make things look weird.”
The blurriness at the edge of the photos
represents the area of peripheral vision in humans (20 degrees, top) and
cats (30 degrees, bottom).
92 years of Bigfoot sightings in the US & Canada – “Every now and then a dataset comes along that just has to be mapped. This is one of those times.”
“In his latest project, Hysterical Literature, photographer Clayton Cubitt
takes a beautiful woman, places her at a table in front of a black
backdrop and gets her to read from her favorite book while an unseen
accomplice below the table attempts to bring the woman to orgasm with a
vibrator. The results are an intimate, sexy experience that captures a
beauty rarely found in most modern pornography.”
“Write now! This website is open for 37
days, up until 11 pm on 4 August 2014. Please make sure your letter
reaches the soldier before then.”
Spooky matter ghost photograph competition – see the winners and others.
Babushka – the winner
“Hominid: predation among the human-skeleton’ed prehistoric creatures”
“The police talk to Abraham about the near-sacrifice of his son Isaac.”
Read about people’s experiences of natural telepathy on this page.
As listed by Rolling Stone..
Louie C K
Reddit user ThatNordicGuy put together these incredible mash-ups of Star
Trek actors from the original series and from the current movie reboot.Some of these you will find uncannily similar..
“Simon Pegg made the character of Scotty his own, but he still bears some
resemblance to James Doohan, who played Scotty in the original series.
Pegg made Scotty an even more comic, over-the-top character.”
Faces of women from different countries around th world all morphed together.
this is England
“A group of University of Pennsylvania researchers who analyzed the
Facebook status updates of 75,000 volunteers have found an entirely
different way to analyze human personality, according to a new study published in PLOS One.
The volunteers completed a common personality questionnaire through a
Facebook application and made their Facebook status updates available so
that researchers could find linguistic patterns in the language.
Drawing from more than 700 million words, phrases, and topics, the
researchers built computer models that predicted the individuals’ age,
gender, and their responses on the personality questionnaires with
surprising accuracy. The “open-vocabulary approach” of analyzing all
words was shown to be equally predictive (and in some cases moreso) than
traditional methods used by psychologists, such as self-reported
surveys and questionnaires, that use a predetermined set of words to
It would appear to be true (in my case at least – only got as far as level 2
Try it yourselves..