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  1. The Largest Swimming Pool On Earth – bored-bored.com

    The gigantic lagoon is located in the resort of San Alfonso del Mar in Algarrobo city, on the southern coast of Chile. Over a kilometer long (3,323 feet), covering 20 acres and containing 250,000 cubic meters of water.

  2. 10% of the Brain Myth – Neuroscience For Kids – Faculty.Washington.Edu

    The 10% statement may have been started with a misquote of Albert Einstein or Pierre Flourens in the 1800s, or William James’s “We are making use of only a small part of our possible mental and physical resources” (from The Energies of Men, p. 12).

  3. 8 Tools to Help You Travel Forever and Live Rent Free – Vagabondish.Com

    So you’ve decided to do it. You have a friend or family member who can store your belongings for an undetermined period of time, you’ve tied up loose ends, and your bags are packed. It’s time to start traveling long term!

  4. ProPhotography – Illgy.Com

    how to become invisible The bottom three images, especially the one in front of the bookcase are really well done

5 more articles after the Jump

  1. The Wheater – Unbelievable Natural Disasters – Most Incredible Storms of All Times | Uphaa.com

    Most Incredible Storms of All Times : 5 Unbelievable Natural Disasters

  2. BitTorrent at work – QDB.US

    A funny little late about how a boss can uses BitTorrent to increase productivity at work

  3. Coca Cola to Pay for Refuelling of Sea Shepherd and Greenpeace Anti-Whaling Vessels – Celsias.Com

    In a dramatic move earlier this evening, Terry Davis, the boss of Coca Cola’s Australian division, announced that the frequently maligned multinational would throw financial weight behind the battle for whale protection in the Australian seas off Antarc

  4. Airbus A380 – cockpit | p a n o r e p o r t a g e – G i l l e s V i d a l.Com

    A hijackers guide to an A380′s cockpit. Great panaromic though

  5. The air car is poised for mass production. – PlentyMag.Com

    If someone tried to sell you a zero-emissions car that costs around $10,000, you might think he was full of hot air. The vehicle runs on and emits nothing but air. Now, after 15+ years, it’s heading for mass production.

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