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Anime: The Angel Cop Collection

Full Movie channel The story initially starts by dealing with terrorism at the end of the 20th century, where Japan is the largest economy in the world. The communist radical group, the Red May, are trying to bring down Japan's economy and take over the government. In response, a government ... Read More
A long distance relationship is difficult but not undoable

A long distance relationship is difficult but not undoable

A long distance relationship is difficult but not undoable, and here are some tips as to how to make it work: Have a common goal You and your lover are not going to be in a long distance relationship forever. Sooner or later, you will settle down, so plan for ... Read More
Hand-Cut Paper To Create Sculptures Of Birds, Bees And Other Creatures

Hand-Cut Paper To Create Sculptures Of Birds, Bees And Other Creatures

Sculptures by Lisa Lloyd. I’ve had quite an exciting career over the last 18 years.  I’ve worked as an animator, directed music videos and I’ve also owned and was the creative director of an animation company in London. All these things were a great life experience and I learnt a ... Read More
Botticelli’s Masterpiece Of ‘The Birth of Venus’

Botticelli’s Masterpiece Of ‘The Birth of Venus’

Sandro Botticelli, an early master of the Italian Renaissance, is celebrated for his contributions to the major art motion. He is well known for his larger-than-life mythological scene of  The Birth of Venus, even though his work features secular portraits and Biblical depictions. This monumental painting has been admired and ... Read More
How Pandas Got Their Patches - Science And Mythology

How Pandas Got Their Patches – Science And Mythology

Panda patches. Giant pandas’ patches are among the most striking of any mammal: black ears and eye spots set against a white face, with dark limbs and shoulders abutting a white neck and torso. Science Scientists have proposed dozens of reasons for the animals’ piebald appearance. They could be warnings, like ... Read More
The Newspapers Loved To Tease Thomas Edison

The Newspapers Loved To Tease Thomas Edison

Thomas Edison. On 25 March 1878, in an unsigned editorial, The New York Times dragged a public figure through the mud  They wrote about this person 'Something ought to be done about this person' and 'there is a growing conviction that it had better be done with a hemp rope' ... Read More
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Sci-Fi Short Film “Seam” presented by DUST

Seam. In the not-too-distant future, a tenuous peace between humans and remarkably humanlike “machines”—some don’t even know they’re not real—is tested when synthetics begin spontaneously exploding. A military-led search for these unwitting suicide bombers begins, sending a terrified machine woman ... Read More
Man In Colorful Parrot Costume Helps To Sell Houses Online

Man In Colorful Parrot Costume Helps To Sell Houses Online

Colorful parrot. If you’re looking for a way to to make your property stand out on a real-estate website, dressing up as a colorful parrot and posing for photos seems to work wonders. At least it worked for the owner of a house in Blackrod, UK, who had asked his ... Read More
ghostly floating city over China

Ghostly Floating City Over China Sparks Fears Of Inter-Dimensional Portal

A ghostly floating city sparks fear of an inter-dimensional portal to a parallel universe. New footage showing yet another ghostly floating city over China has gone viral online. The latest sighting occurred on Friday, 18 March 2016, in the major seaport city of Dalian, located in the south of the ... Read More
Why Pluto Is Much Colder Than We Thought

Why Pluto Is Much Colder Than We Thought

It was a lazy, hazy, crazy day on Pluto when a spacecraft from Earth flew by at a blistering speed of 31,000 miles per hour two years ago. New Horizons took a bunch of snapshots, made some quick measurements of Pluto’s atmosphere, and sent them all back here, giving planetary ... Read More
Pieces That Are All the Same Solid Color By Pure Hell Puzzles

Pieces That Are All the Same Solid Color By Pure Hell Puzzles

Looking for a real challenge in your life? Try Pure Hell, a maddening puzzle made up of extra tiny pieces that are all the same solid color, created by the sadistic minds at Beverly Japan. Pure Hell puzzles come in 1,000 and 2,000 piece variants and promise to make you utterly ... Read More
Antarctica Prehistoric Forests Foreshadow Its Future

Antarctica Prehistoric Forests Foreshadow Its Future

Antarctica prehistoric forests. On their way back from the South Pole in 1912, Robert Falcon Scott and his team discovered the delicate lines of plant leaves pressed into the hard rock of Antarctica. Scott called them “beautifully traced” fossils. Despite the explorers’ fatigue and dwindling supplies, they collected samples, evidence that ... Read More
when morning dawns

When The Morning Dawns And Darkness Turns Into Day

The morning dawns. When darkness turns to day, the sun moves over the horizon and touches everything in sight. This movement across the landscape brightens everything. Such an illumination awakens us all. We rise with energy moving in and through us allowing us to create a new day. A day unique ... Read More
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Designing A Deep-Space UFO

Let's design a deep-space ufo! SPACE REQUIREMENTS: Our deep-space UFO must be large enough to house a human crew of 10 or 12 comfortably for a long period of time (several months).  It must contain life support systems, food and water processing equipment, navigation equipment, medical facilities, recreation facilities, waste recycling ... Read More
A Single Rose - The Intimate Message

A Single Rose – The Intimate Message

A single peach rose is used to send a message of friendship to a best friend or even to a lover. Many feelings can be expressed by flowers, and this non-verbal language is very popular nowadays. Each one of us has sent at least one message to someone with the help ... Read More
There Are Some Bizarre Things That Float In Space

There Are Some Bizarre Things That Float In Space

Bizarre things in space. Space is big. Really big. It's so big, in fact, that you'd actually be forgiven for believing that pretty much all of it is completely empty — hence the name. It's true that, according to science, only 4 percent of it is made up of stuff. Now, most of ... Read More
Daughter Found Box With 30,000 Never-Before-Seen Negatives

Daughter Found Box With 30,000 Never-Before-Seen Negatives

Never-seen-before negatives. Some artists don't live long enough to experience the recognition they get. Masha Ivashintsova was one of them. This Russian artist and theater critic had been heavily engaged in the Leningrad (now, Saint Petersburg) poetic and photography underground movement of the 1960−80s. Masha loved photography as it always ... Read More
There Are No Words To Live By

There Are No Words To Live By

Watching the news the other day, it occurred to me that people who have 'words to live by' often begin to attack and even kill others. I thought back to my own angry youth, when I could easily use words to justify violent thoughts which might have become violent actions ... Read More
It's The Addicted Rats That Ate 450 Kilograms Of Marijuana!

It’s The Addicted Rats That Ate 450 Kilograms Of Marijuana!

Addicted rats. When police inspectors in Pilar, Argentina’s Buenos Aires province, were recently questioned about the disappearance of 540 kg of marijuana from the evidence room, they explained that addicted rats ate it all! Commissioner Emilio Portero relieved his partner Javier Specia, as head of the police department in Pilar, ... Read More
Denmark Strait Cataract. It Isn't What You Think

Denmark Strait Cataract. It Isn’t What You Think

Denmark Strait Cataract. What's the largest waterfall in the world? If you're talking by flow rate, it's Inga Falls. If you mean the tallest, it's Angel Falls. The widest? Khone Falls. But if you want to know the very largest waterfall in the world, you'll have to look beneath the ... Read More
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