Weekend Links: Cracking An Egg 100 Feet Underwater

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I hope you all survived yesterday without incident! The Chicago Anti-Superstition Society used to throw Friday the 13th parties - take a gander at some of their hijinks at a fete from 1940.
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If you don't make some kind of "squeeee!" sound at around 0:22 of this video, I question your humanity: it's bath time for baby sloths!
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The New England Journal of Medicine is celebrating its 200th birthday - check out the timeline of medical discoveries over the course of the last two centuries. (Thanks Holly!)
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If you ever wanted to know what I sound like singing in the car, this is pretty close: David Lee Roth's vocal track on VanHalen's “Runnin’ with the Devil” isolated from the rest of the song.
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Not that it needs any help creating beautiful things, but here is some artwork created with the best materials: nature.
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An utterly mesmerizing morphing GIF of paintings of people with hats. Can't stop, won't stop.
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The question everyone is dying to know: What happens when you crack an egg 100 feet underwater? It's pretty cool, especially the part when it disappears … but you'll have to watch the video to find out why!
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A story of love between a man and a guitar - their years spent apart followed by lasting reunification. Yes, it's the story of Peter Frampton's lost dream guitar.
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Finally, UFO or lenticular cloud?
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January 14, 2012 - 4:00am
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