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Cleaned Out

After years of cleaning them out of house and home, a loving son gives mum and dad a bit of extra room.

100 Years Of Movie Set Locations

The set locations of the top 2000 films from 1910 to 2010 fed into Google Maps. The map starts zoomed out to get the big picture, but zoom in, click on each marker for more information, and enjoy exploring for yourself.

'Kinetoscope,' A 360-Degree Mural Inside An Abandoned Water Tank

image credit YouTube Kinetoscope is a 360-degree mural on the interior of an abandoned water tank in Slab City, California.

Chair Traverse

Art Cormier, owner of the rock climbing gym Rok Haus in Lafayette, Louisiana, demonstrates how to perform the 'chair traverse.' Cormier, who is in his late 50s, proves he's as fit as ever with this feat of strength and stamina.

Women In Medicine: 5 Firsts In Their Nations

image credit Dorothea Erxleben was a very early feminist who became the first woman medical doctor in Germany.

The Best Souvenirs To Bring Home From 19 Countries Around The World

image credit Travelers always want to bring home something that will remind them of their trip - but many often get stuck buying cheap knick knacks from tourist traps.

Cinnamon: Harvesting Cassia In The Jungles Of Sumatra

One of the most beloved spices in the world, cinnamon is actually the dried and curled up inner bark of trees in the genus Cinnamomum.

What's My Starbucks Name?

Many people have complained about their name being misspelled on a Starbucks drink cup. If you've never been to a Starbucks and want to know how your name would appear on the cup, try this Starbucks Name Generator.

A Restaurant With Goats On The Roof

image credit: JanetandPhil Al Johnson's Swedish Restaurant and Butik is a family owned, casual dining restaurant in the village of Sister Bay in Door County, Wisconsin, USA.

Top 10 Terrifying Prehistoric Sea Monsters

image credit The modern ocean is a scary place, filled with barracuda, sharks, and super-squids. However, no matter what we find in the depths these days, none of them seem to come close to the giant terrors that roamed the seas in Earth's past; giant sea-lizards, monster sharks and even 'hypercarnivorous' whales.

Dutch Skies

Timelapse video by photographer Stef Kwinten that shows the beauty of the Netherlands. Vimeo link The Presurfer

Cheeky 19th-Century 'Pickup Line' Calling Cards

image credit: SU Professional & Technical Writing Calling cards (also know as Acquaintance cards and Introduction cards) were used in the United States during the 1870s and 1880s.

8 Underground Rivers

image credit Rivers run underground all over the world. These occur naturally in cave systems, and have been known since antiquity, as evidenced in legendary myths of underground waterways such as the River Styx which forms the boundary between Earth and Hades.

102-Year-Old Woman Sees Herself Dancing On Film For The First Time

Alice Barker was a chorus line dancer during the Harlem Renaissance of the the 1930s and 40s. She danced at clubs such as The Apollo, Cotton Club, and Zanzibar Club, with legends including Frank Sinatra and Gene Kelly.

Furore: An Italian Village Hidden In A Fjord

image credit: Antonio Salsano Furore is a small village located in the Coast of Amalfi, in the province of Salerno in south-western Italy.

100 Objects That Have Been Sent Into Space

image credit Lego, a tandoori lamb chop, a lightsaber, a pizza, Buzz Lightyear, a Chuck Berry record and the remains of Star Trek's Gene Rodenberry are among this list of 100 objects waiting to be found by aliens in space.

Neanderthals May Have Died Off Because They Couldn't Harvest Fire

image credit Neanderthals may have died off because they failed to harness the power of fire to the extent their human cousins did, a new data analysis from Boston University suggests.

Elevator Ride From One World Trade Center Shows Time Lapse Of New York Skyline

Tourists and locals alike have a hard time resisting the bird's-eye view a skyscraper observatory affords.

Relax, Let's Go Through A Car Wash

A meditative video experiment in an unlikely location. Sit back, relax, and just let it wash over you.

The Most Accurate Clock Ever Built

Scientists from the National Institute of Standards and Technology and the University of Colorado Boulder have a set a new record in accurate timekeeping, creating an atomic clock that won't lose or gain a second in 15 billion years - a time span greater than the estimated age of the Universe.