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    People change, Memories don't.
    Editor Max Shishkin combined the soundtrack of Intersellar, the voice of Anthony Hopkins reading Do not go gentle into that good night by Dylan Thomas, and footage from 35 of the best space movies to make this amazing mashup.
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    “My Mom Is an Airplane” is an animated short film by Russian artist Yulya Aronova. Nice and sweet.
    Octopus Tentacle MultiFinger Ring
    This is a custom yellow gold and diamond octopus tentacle ring designed and crafted by jeweler Jason of Beverly Hills. Awesome, I want to. Unfortunately, there’s no purchase information available.
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    Vsauce Explains Whether the Earth Is Really Actually Flat.
    Fugu Luggage

    Fugu Luggage
    “Fugu” is actually Japanese for “pufferfish,” which makes sense because the luggage behaves like the pufferfish in terms of how you can adjust and expand it when you need the extra space. Fugu is made from durable materials, with its inflatable drop stitch walls making it possible for the bag to go from carry-on size to the maximum regulation-sized baggage for check-in. It also features Omni wheels and comes with built-in shelves, so it doubles as a storage unit, too. The Fugu can also be used as a laptop stand and makeshift make-up dresser.
    Fugu is currently up for funding on Kickstarter, where a minimum pledge of $219 will get you one of your very own.
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    Orion is NASA's next-generation spacecraft, and its goal is to take humans deeper into space than ever before with the ultimate goal of a mission to Mars in the 2030s.
    Watch the couch gag from this year's holiday episode, "I Won't Be Home For Christmas."
    "33 Simpsons Impressions"
    A video countdown of the 25 best films of 2014.
    Shell art made 300 000 years before humans
    THE artist – if she or he can be called that – was right-handed and used a shark's tooth. They had a remarkably steady hand and a strong arm. Half a million years ago, on the banks of a calm river in central Java, they scored a deep zigzag into a clam shell.
    We will never know what was going on inside its maker's head, but the tidy, purposeful line (pictured above right) has opened a new window into the origins of our modern creative mind.
    It was found etched into the shell of a fossilised freshwater clam, and is around half a million years old – making the line by far the oldest engraving ever found. The date also means it was made two to three hundred thousand years before our own species evolved, by a more ancient hominin, Homo erectus.
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