Welcome to the Multiverse. What is everything we know is only one of many universes that are all extremely different.
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Long before we actually had e-books, Douglas Adams recorded the history and future of books in 1993 for his publisher. Now there's a competition underway challenging animators to illustrate Adams' prophetic essay, and this entry by Gavin Edwards is a standout.
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The 60 pictures in this Extreme Tattoo Gallery go way beyond tramp stamps. A few might even be NSFW.
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When did making cotton candy become a performance art? I don't even like the stuff, but if this guy made it, I'd hand over my money.
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Mechanical Matchmaking: The Science of Love in the 1920s. Take these four simple tests for a laugh to see if you two are compatible.
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An Honest Game of Life differs from the board game quite a bit. Just like the real prospects for a secure and satisfying career differ from what they were when the game was developed.
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The Incredible Flying Cars of Tomorrow. Oh, they're coming, for those who can afford such wonderful toys.
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The Unglamorous, Punishing Hours of Working on a Hollywood Set. Sure, the stars get paid well, but the crew does it because they love their work.
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A Video Roundup of 2012's most memorable commencement speeches. You might want to bookmark this and spend some time enjoying each one separately over time.
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Climate Change Back in the 18th Century? 6 Devastating Effects of the Icelandic volcano known as Laki.