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  • 38 Crazy Fun Photos To Accent Your Weekend 38 Images

    38 Crazy Fun Photos To Accent Your Weekend

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    Get lazy,sit back and enjoy the craziness

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  • Hawaii's Kilauea Volcano Is Raining down Little Green Crystals 00:48

    Hawaii's Kilauea Volcano Is Raining down Little Green Crystals

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    In the never-ending parade of weird phenomena erupting from Hawaii's Kilauea volcano comes a "rain" of green crystals, which have supposedly been spotted on the ground after falling from the sky.

    "It is literally raining gems," tweeted Tucson meteorologist Erin Jordan, who posted a photo sent to her by a friend in Hawaii.

    The gems are also known as olivine, "a common mineral in basaltic lava, which is what this eruption is producing," said Concord University volcanologist Janine Krippner. "Olivine is formed in hot and deep magmas and is brought up to the surface during an eruption."

    Although photos have been posted on social media, no scientists have confirmed any official sightings on the ground.

    If verified, this olivine could have fallen out of the lava as it was spewed into the air, U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) scientist Wendy Stovall told Mashable.

    It's certainly not unusual to find olivine crystals in most Hawaiian lava rock, both new and ancient. "It's pretty common," Stovall said to Mashable. "There’s often olivine in rocks all over Hawaii."

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  • Three Pro Wrestlers Play Tug Of War With A 2.5 Year-Old Lion Cub! 00:20
  • Chick-fil-A Worker Tracks Down Customer Who Forgets Part Of Their Order! 00:12
  • PREPARING FOR WAR! Israel Unveils Its Latest Supersonic Missile 02:03

    PREPARING FOR WAR! Israel Unveils Its Latest Supersonic Missile "the Rampage"

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    With tensions still high between Israel and Iran, a new supersonic air-to-surface missile designed for the annihilation of high-quality targets has been developed by Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) and Israel Military Industry Systems (IMI).

    Dubbed “The Rampage” after a popular video-game, it is an accurate supersonic, long-range air-to-ground assault missile with a warhead, rocket engine and advanced navigation suit which allows for precision targeting at a very low mission cost compared to existing solutions.

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  • 20 Shower Thoughts To Make You Think 20 Images

    20 Shower Thoughts To Make You Think

    Things to ponder in the shower

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  • Compilation of 37 Remarkable Images 37 Images

    Compilation of 37 Remarkable Images

    Midweek Hump Random Picture Dump

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  • FLASHBACK 2014: US Military Was Using Operational Laser Weapons in the Persian Gulf 01:29

    FLASHBACK 2014: US Military Was Using Operational Laser Weapons in the Persian Gulf

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    The US Navy’s fully operational LaWS laser uses six commercial welding lasers to obliterate aerial and seaborne targets. Each shot costs as little as $1; tens of thousands less than conventional weapons.

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  • GROUNDBREAKING Discovery on Mars! NASA Scientist Says We Found the Building Blocks of Life 01:12

    GROUNDBREAKING Discovery on Mars! NASA Scientist Says We Found the Building Blocks of Life "Humans Could Live There"

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    The "building blocks" for life have been discovered in 3-billion-year-old organic matter on Mars, NASA scientists announced Thursday.

    Researchers cannot yet say whether their discovery stems from life or a more mundane geological process. However, “we’re in a really good position to move forward looking for signs of life," said Jennifer Eigenbrode, a NASA biogeochemist and lead author of a study published Thursday in the peer-reviewed journal Science.

    The findings were also remarkable in that they showed that organic material can be preserved for billions of years on the harsh Martian surface.

    The material was discovered by the Mars Curiosity rover, which has been collecting data on the Red Planet since August 2012. The organic molecules were found in Gale Crater — believed to once contain a shallow lake the size of Florida's Lake Okeechobee.

    For the past six years, "the Curiosity has sifted samples of soil and ground-up rock for signs of organic molecules — the complex carbon chains that on Earth form the building blocks of life," according to Science. "Past detections have been so faint that they could be just contamination," the journal said.

    Now, samples taken from two different drill sites on an ancient lake bed have yielded complex organic molecules that look strikingly similar to the goopy fossilized building blocks of oil and gas on Earth.

    The rover also discovered traces of methane in the Martian atmosphere, which was reported in a second paper in Science. This is significant because most methane on Earth, for instance, comes from biological sources.

    "The detection of organic molecules and methane on Mars has far-ranging implications in light of potential past life on Mars," said Inge Loes ten Kate, a Utrecht University scientist in an accompanying article in Science. "Curiosity has shown that Gale Crater was habitable around 3.5 billion years ago, with conditions comparable to those on the early Earth, where life evolved around that time.

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  • Laser Tag, Onboard Surfing and Go Carts on the High Seas? This Billion-Dollar Cruise Ship 01:30

    Laser Tag, Onboard Surfing and Go Carts on the High Seas? This Billion-Dollar Cruise Ship "Norwegian Bliss" Has It All!

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    On the new Norwegian Bliss, cruise passengers can drive go-karts on a two-story racetrack, listen to a Beatles cover band inside a replica of Liverpool’s Cavern Club or play laser tag in a space-themed, outdoor arena.

    Those are just three of the dozen or so entertainment options on the ship, which cost $1 billion to build and will ply Alaskan waters this summer and the Caribbean in the winter. Prices for a one-week Alaska trip in mid-July range from $2,800 per couple for an inside cabin to more than $11,000 for the company’s exclusive Haven suites.

    Gone are the days when entertainment at sea consisted of a lounge act near the mini casino and shuffleboard on the lido deck. As Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd., Carnival Corp. and Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. build ever larger vessels and try to lure younger guests, they’re unleashing an arms race to deliver ever more-elaborate onboard activities.

    Carnival’s newest vessel, the 3,960-passenger Horizon, has a Dr. Seuss water park, a Havana-themed night club and an Imax theater. In March, Royal Caribbean christened the industry’s largest ship, the 5,518-guest Symphony of the Seas, featuring an outdoor aquatics arena with acrobats, a zip line and wave machine for onboard surfing.

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  • 26 Pics That Will Make You Think They're Cool Cosplay But Actually Come From Porn 26 Images

    26 Pics That Will Make You Think They're Cool Cosplay But Actually Come From Porn

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    The make up artists from "these movies" are sometimes better than their mainstream counterparts.

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  • Moment 32 stuntmen set fire to themselves in World Records attempt 01:35

    Moment 32 stuntmen set fire to themselves in World Records attempt

    This is the extraordinary moment that 32 stuntmen set fire to themselves in an insane Guinness World Records attempt in Cape Town, South Africa.

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  • Incredible moment humpback whale launches into the air 00:16

    Incredible moment humpback whale launches into the air

    Amazing footage has captured a migrating humpback whale spectacularly breaching just metres away from a boatload of stunned tourists.

    The vision was captured just 20 minutes into a Port Jet Cruise Adventures whale watching tour off the waters of Port Macquarie, on NSW's mid-north coast.

    The adolescent whale, realising it had an audience waiting with cameras at the ready, can be seen launching its entire body out of the water.

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  • Rocket Sled Ejection Seat Test At USAF Holloman High Speed Test Track 02:03

    Rocket Sled Ejection Seat Test At USAF Holloman High Speed Test Track

    There are very few missions requiring years of planning and preparation, only to be accomplished in less than six seconds.

    There are even fewer facilities where such a mission can take place. The Holloman High Speed Test Track (HHSTT) is a facility that enables test scientists and engineers to meet both of the above criteria.

    The test track is a 10-mile long, precision-aligned track that provides scientists and engineers a platform from which to conduct their various missions.

    Tests on the track provide valid data on problems which cannot be solved by other ground test means.

    The tests are conducted by securing the test item to a rocket-propelled sled and launching the sled to a speed identical to that of which it will encounter in an actual flight.

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  • 25 Perfectly Timed Photos 25 Images

    25 Perfectly Timed Photos

    These will make you look twice

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  • Compilation of 28 Remarkable Images 28 Images

    Compilation of 28 Remarkable Images

    A gallery so easy to get into that you won't need any lube whatsoever.

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  • RAF stealth fighter jets refuel in the sky off the coast of Canada 00:22

    RAF stealth fighter jets refuel in the sky off the coast of Canada

    The first of Britain's new stealth fighter jets have touched on UK soil after a journey across the Atlantic.

    The US-made F-35B Lightning jets have been in America since rolling off the production line and have been put through their paces by the first batch Royal Air Force and Royal Navy pilots training to fly them.

    The first of the four of the jets, which were stationed at a US Marine Corps base in South Carolina, touched down at RAF Marham at 8.10pm tonight after a journey of between eight and nine hours.

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  • This Is What It Looks like Taking a Ride in the World's First Flying Car 04:02

    This Is What It Looks like Taking a Ride in the World's First Flying Car

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    "It's as easy to use as playing Minecraft," Kitty Hawk CEO Sebastian Thrun said as we watched my colleague Rachel Crane pull on a motorcycle helmet.

    Rachel and I had just flown into Las Vegas for an exclusive first look at the Silicon Valley single-seat flying machine, Flyer.

    Kitty Hawk, funded by Google cofounder Larry Page and led by Thrun, a self-driving car pioneer, attracted nationwide attention when it teased its Flyer prototype last year.

    But now Rachel was suiting up to become the first reporter to take flight in a new, sleeker model -- no pilot license required. Expectedly, she was nervous and I was relieved it wasn't me sitting in the pilot's seat. The 250-pound vehicle resembles a cross between a drone and a pontoon plane. Ten propellers twirled around her as I watched from 50 feet away.

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  • 18 Interesting Historical Facts You Didn’t Learn In School 18 Images

    18 Interesting Historical Facts You Didn’t Learn In School

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    More stuff to help show off your knowledge of history.

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  • 16 Images of Hot Chicks and 1 Image of Pancakes 17 Images

    16 Images of Hot Chicks and 1 Image of Pancakes

    Hot cakes on a plate or a woman.

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  • 16 Cool Facts About Movie Villains 16 Images

    16 Cool Facts About Movie Villains

    Things you may not have known

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  • Giant C-130 Transport Plane Extreme Close Low Pass Fly By 00:33

    Giant C-130 Transport Plane Extreme Close Low Pass Fly By

    Video shows a giant C-130 transport plane low pass fly by just feets away off the ground. Thumbs up for this amazing pilot skills!

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  • Need a hand?: Army reveals 'third arm' exoskeleton 02:07

    Need a hand?: Army reveals 'third arm' exoskeleton

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    The US Army has released footage of an exoskeleton that looks like something out of Ridley Scott's iconic film Alien.

    The device, dubbed the 'Third Arm', looks like a harness and takes the weight of weapons off of soldiers' arms.

    Infantrymen have been required to 'shoot, move and communicate' throughout history, all while carrying weapons weighing close to 30 pounds.

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  • A Mega Dump of 60 Funny Memes That Will Make You Bust a Gut 60 Images

    A Mega Dump of 60 Funny Memes That Will Make You Bust a Gut

    Come take a dip in the meme stream!

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  • 18 Amazing Scientific Achievements For Your Brain To Feast On 18 Images

    18 Amazing Scientific Achievements For Your Brain To Feast On

    See what science all over the world is constantly doing to make our world a better place.

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  • Stunning new video reveals the 'exquisite detail' in a galaxy just 160,000 light years away 01:49

    Stunning new video reveals the 'exquisite detail' in a galaxy just 160,000 light years away

    It is a incredible glimpse into a neighbouring nebula.

    Glowing brightly about 160 000 light-years away, the Tarantula Nebula is the most spectacular feature of the Large Magellanic Cloud, a satellite galaxy to our Milky Way.

    Now a new image and video have revealed it in unprecedented detail.

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  • Meet Poland’s First Female MiG-29 Fighter Pilot 01:49

    Meet Poland’s First Female MiG-29 Fighter Pilot

    Lt Katarzyna Tomiak-Siemieniewic is the first female MiG-29 fighter pilot in the Polish Air Force. In this video, she discusses her role as part of NATO’s air defense Quick Reaction Alert and being an inspiration for women, plus footages of her flying the MiG-29 fighter jet.

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  • Pilot's eye view from inside the cockpit of 440mph fighter jet soaring over Miami beach 02:21

    Pilot's eye view from inside the cockpit of 440mph fighter jet soaring over Miami beach

    An air fighter pilot has given an insight into what it's like to fly an A-10 Thunderbolt over Miami beach.

    Footage shows Air Force Lieutenant Colonel Mike Schriever, a pilot in the 303rd Fighter Squadron, first preparing for takeoff on the runway and then gliding amid the clouds.

    He is flying a 440mph A-10 Thunderbolt II alongside his wingman, Air Force 1st Lieutenant Tanner Rindels.

    The flight on Sunday was part of the second annual Salute to American Heroes Air and Sea Show.

    This two-day event showcases military fighter jets and other aircraft and equipment from all branches of the United States military in observance of Memorial Day.

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  • 38 Photos For Your Dirty Mind To Embrace 38 Images

    38 Photos For Your Dirty Mind To Embrace

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    This is for your dirty minds!

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  • US Military Desert Thunder Run During Large Scale Military Training Exercise 13:27

    US Military Desert Thunder Run During Large Scale Military Training Exercise

    Video shows US military desert thunder run during a large scale military training exercise including troops of the US army and United State Marine Corps.

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  • 27 Remarkable Images That Will Flame The Fire Of Your Soul 27 Images

    27 Remarkable Images That Will Flame The Fire Of Your Soul

    Take a break and indulge in this glutinous compilation of pics.

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  • Random Pictures From The Interweb 15 Images

    Random Pictures From The Interweb

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    Random Pictures From The Interweb

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