When We Tested Nuclear Bombs. See a series of photographs from the 2,000 nuclear tests performed since 1945. (via Metafilter)
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IKEA manuals for various science fiction universes. Even Doctor Who likes flat-pack furniture with handy but incomprehensible graphic instructions.
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Horitada Ototake threw out the first pitch as a baseball game in Japan Friday, which is remarkable because Ototake was born without arms or legs. He has a remarkable talent for doing exactly what you think he can't.
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Could a statue of Alan Turning pass a Turing Test? Don't laugh, well, OK, laugh if you must at this dog who just wants to play fetch.
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Watch Star Wars episodes one, two, and three the way they should be seen: condensed into less than three minutes altogether and rendered in Lego. A massive improvement over the Hollywood films.
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You'll get lost in watching these pendulum waves. You don't have to understand what's happening to enjoy its pure entertainment value.
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7 Things You Might Not Know About The Golden Girls. Meaning the show, the characters, and the wonderful actresses who portrayed them.