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He Could Feel Something Living Deep in His Ear … The Cringe-Worthy Truth Is Revealed 180 Seconds Into This Video

Firstly, if you prefer to avoid watching highly creepy viral videos that leave you feeling like you need a shower, stop reading now. In what seems to be an improbable occurrence, a man felt an insect fly into his ear — but the creature never exited. He enlisted his friends to help remove the winged insect and the entire cringe-inducing process was captured on video. Using a pair of tweezers, one of them fin ...

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You Won’t Believe What Someone Found On Google Maps … MOTHER OF GOD!

If you thought the world's biggest crab was the person ahead of you at Starbucks, it looks like they might have some competition. This "Crabzilla" was "spotted" on Google Maps, and doesn't seem real due to its size. Still, the creature supposedly lurking by the mouth of Kent Harbour in the U.K. is something you'll want to take a look at. This thing isn't just big; it would dwarf an entire pier. Even the thi ...

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How SMOKING MARIJUANA Can PROTECT YOU FROM EBOLA

Not a day has gone by in the last few weeks without a mention of Ebola. Having made its way into North America, Ebola has become reached the top of the “to fear” list, making many worry that it will only be a matter of time before the disease dominates the continent. Effective vaccines and treatments for Ebola have yet to be discovered, though one may be hiding in plain sight: cannabis. Cannabinoids in mari ...

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What This Guy Did is The Coolest But Most Illegal DIY Project Ever. The End Result… BRILLIANT

I was really confused when I heard the term Moss Graffiti. The name sounds simple enough, but really? After looking into it a little more, this may be one of the coolest things I have ever seen. Of course, we would only suggest doing this on your own property, especially because it does take a little bit of maintenance to get it going. To get started you’ll need: 3 cups of moss (washed clean of soil) 2 cups ...

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SCIENTISTS ACHIEVE TIME TRAVEL, Anything Is Now Possible

"Closed timelike curves are among the most controversial features of modern physics. As legitimate solutions to Einstein’s field equations, they allow for time travel, which instinctively seems paradoxical. However, in the quantum regime these paradoxes can be resolved, leaving closed timelike curves consistent with relativity. The study of these systems therefore provides valuable insight into nonlineariti ...

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UFOs on Mars Not Far-Fetched Anymore: NASA Chief Reveals Agency Take on Mars

UFOs are not a figment of the imagination of the masses, they have been seen by people from all walks of life and from all over the globe. Up until know life on Mars was possible only with theory and in the minds of believers, but from what NASA chief Charles Bolden said in an interview this week, you may see those theories start to materialize. UFO enthusasts continue to find objects that look out of place ...

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Scientists Just Created Crystals That Make Breathing Underwater A Possibility

Danish scientists are a step closer to helping those suffering from respiratory ailments thanks to a revolutionary new absorption crystal. Working out of the University of Southern Denmark the group has uncovered crystalline materials that are capable of pulling oxygen out of both air and water -which could eventually mark the end of the need to carry around large oxygen tanks. The revolutionary crystalline ...

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New Study Reveals That Facebook May Be On It’s Way Out, As it Sees a Drop In Almost HALF of Its Teenage Users

Since children are the future, and no one over 21 really knows what they find “cool” (do the kids even say cool these days…?), researchers have devoted many, many surveys to the exact quantification of what it is #teens do online. In May 2013, they were fleeing Facebook’s “drama.” A year later, they flocked back to the network like lil’ lost sheep. Now, a pretty dramatic new report out from Piper Jaffray — ...

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MYSTERIOUS GIANT MEGALITHS DISCOVERED IN RUSSIA LEAVE SCIENTISTS BAFFLED

Mysterious stones on Mountain Shoriya (Kemerov region, Russia) have puzzled both scientists and ordinary men. The wall of rectangular stones piled up on top of each other is already being called the “Russian Stonehenge”. According to one of the stories, they were found back in ancient times. Though it aroused the interest of researchers in 1991, it was not explored then due to lack of financing. The researc ...

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What This Guy Put In The Back Of His Truck Is ALL Kinds Of Genius. So Jealous!

If you have ever wanted to go on an adventure, but lacked the funds to do so, pay attention to Redditor tylerthompson21 and his DIY adventure mobile. Sure, you'll need a truck, some wood, and other building materials, but following his lead will save you serious money. Why spend years saving up for a camper if you can build your own right now? It looks like it takes quite a bit of craftsmanship to complete, ...

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Inventor giving middle finger to Feds as sales for gun making 3-D printer skyrocket

One of the inherent consequences of Fascism is that not only does a government promote and protect corporations over small businesses, but by limiting the number of companies able to create a particular product of service, they can regulate and restrict both how much is manufactured, and who can get, a particular item. But with the advent of 3-D printing and the ingenuity of inventors and entrepreneurs, wha ...

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Scientists Have Just Unlocked The Secret to Breathing Underwater Without Oxygen Tanks

Have you ever wanted to breathe underwater? You may soon have your chance. A group of scientists from the University of Southern Denmark have developed a crystalline material that absorbs oxygen from the surrounding environment, both water and air, and stores it for future use. The aptly named “Aquaman Crystal” uses cobalt to work its magic, and it doesn’t need a lot — just a few grains provides enough oxyg ...

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