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The James Bond Gadget/Mask That Lets You BREATHE UNDERWATER WITHOUT OXYGEN TANKS

  Concept gadget has arms which branch out to the side and work as gills Material on these two arms conceal tiny holes where water is sucked in Chambers inside separate the oxygen and release the water so that the user can breathe continuously while swimming It’s the James Bond gadget on everyone’s wishlist. The rebreather, a system that lets you breathe underwater, has got Mr Bond out of some tricky s ...

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He Was Just Digging in His Back Yard When He Made a MAMMOTH Discovery

A farmer in rural Iowa has a mammoth secret hiding in his living room.  Amid his couch, coffee table and television, he has a collection of enormous wooly mammoth fossils that he excavated from his backyard in Oskaloosa. Experts believe he has an entire skeleton of the 14,000-year-old ice age creature on his property, a rare find. Scroll down for video Heavy lifting: John, a farmer from Oskaloosa, Iowa, str ...

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“The Devil’s Breath” – EARTH’S SCARIEST DRUG Can Block Free Will, Wipe Your Memory, & Even Kill

In the crime ridden streets of Columbia, urban myths tell of the horrors surrounding a local drugnicknamed “the devil’s breath.” The drug’s real name is scopolamine, an anticholinergic drug derived from a number of trees native to South America. Hailed in a 2013 Vice documentary as ‘the world’s scariest drug,’ scopolamine is known to turn its user (or victim rather) into a docile zombie ready to do exactly ...

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For First Time In History, An ‘ALIEN’ COMMUNICATION SIGNAL Has Been Detected by Scientists

An unknown signal emitting from space was detected by astronomers live for the first time ever, scientists announced in a journal this month. The radio burst was detected on May 15, 2014 by astronomers in Australia but just reported in the Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Fox News reported. “The burst was identified within 10 seconds of its occurrence,” said Emily Petroff, a PhD student at ...

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What Fishermen Caught This Octopus Doing Is Downright Insane

A fishing boat near the Alaskan Chiswell Islands got quite the surprise when they pulled an octopus on board. While the octopus was nowhere near Kraken-sized, it was still a very large creature. In the end, it had an even bigger surprise for the boat's crew members. (source YouTube) As freaky as that was to see, I'm a little bit jealous of the octopus. Can you imagine having that ability when cornered by an ...

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The Atlantic Ocean Road: The MOST DANGEROUS ROAD IN THE WORLD

Located in the midwest part of the Norwegian coastline, the Atlantic Road, with a length of 8274 meters (5,1 miles), is part of Norwegian national road 64 (Rv 64). The road links the towns of Kristiansund and Molde, the two main population centers in the county of Møre og Romsdal in Fjord Norway. The road starts approximately 30 kilometers southwest of Kristiansund and ends 47 kilometers north of Molde. and ...

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New Study Finds CANCER IS MAN-MADE Disease

Is the common nature of cancer worldwide purely a man-made phenomenon? That is what some researchers now suggest. Still, other specialists in cancer and in human fossils have strong doubts about this notion. Cancer is a leading cause of death worldwide, accounting for roughly one in eight of all deaths in 2004, according to the World Health Organization. However, scientists have only found one case of the d ...

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MASTER HEALER USES CHI TO RESTORE SIGHT AND BURN NEWSPAPER

Have you ever heard of John Chang? This Japanese Acupunturist, (also known as Dynamo Jack,) is said to be a direct heir to an ancient lineage of sages called the Mo-Pai. John claims he spent 2 years of his life in his jungle, while undergoing intense meditation practice for long periods of time. During his travels in the wild, he received a message of insight stating that “History is moving on, that great c ...

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What These Fisherman Caught On Camera Is Almost Unbelievable. I’m Still In Shock.

We know more about our solar system than we do about our oceans. This is why it is no surprise that so manyawesome things happen while at sea. This group of fisherman experienced the awesomeness of the deep blue while out on a fishing expedition. They ended up catching a 4′ black tip reef shark. Right before it was at the water’s surface, about to be brought into the boat, a huge shadow comes up from below. ...

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The Unrecognized Genius Of Nikola Tesla: Exactly How Far Ahead Was He?

A name that is placed next to Einstein, Maxwell, Faraday, Leibnitz, Ohm, Ampere and all the other legendary figures of science. But does he deserve to be there, or does he deserve to be on top of them all? It was July 10, 1856 that he first saw the light of day at Smiljan (located in contemporary Serbia – modern day Croatia – which, at the time was part of the Austrian Empire) and through his life he has pa ...

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The 500 Year Old Map that Shatters the Official History of the Human Race

Buck Rogers | If conventional wisdom on the history of the human race is correct, then human civilization is not old enough, nor was it advanced enough, to account for many of the mysterious monolithic and archeological sites around the world. Places like Gobekli Tepe in Turkey, the Bosnian Pyramids, and Adam’s Calendar in South Africa, beg the same question: if human civilization is supposedly not old enou ...

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Scientists May Have Discovered A New Species Of Cannabis In Australia

Scientists at the University of Sydney have announced that they may have found another, what would be a fourth, species of cannabis in the Blue Mountains of Australia. The discovery took place back in 2010 when a group of hikers found a plant that resembled cannabis. From there, a series of tests were conducted on the plant that proved it to be cannabis. “When we first received the plant, we were very skept ...

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