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    The Beer Moth

    The Beer Moth
    The Beer Moth is a firetruck from 1956 that they’ve restored and turned into a guest space — with a tiny kitchen and a wood-burning stove! You can rent it out instead of a hotel room. It has enough space to sleep 17 people and you can rent the whole place out for weddings and events. It includes a tiny kitchen, oak parquet floor, a wood-burning stove, a Victorian double bed, and a side panel can be rolled up. You can book a stay on the Beer Moth through Canopy & Stars at around $100 per night.
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    The Doma Indian School is a horse farm in San Luis, Argentina. It's operated by the father and son team of Oscar and Cristobal Scarpati. They've developed a meditative exercise practice that help calm wild or traumatized horses. It involves prolonged skin-to-skin contact with the horses in poses that relax them.
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    Disco Hammock
    Disco Hammock by Eagles Nest Outfitters and Robert Murdoch.
    "- Big enough for two and luxurious for one (400-pound capacity).
    - Dimensions: 9’4” x 6’2” (unfolded), 4” x 5” (folded).
    - Weighs 20 ounces."
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    Naked  Famous ScratchNSniff Mint jeans
    Naked & Famous' Scratch-N-Sniff jeans made with a minty scent that a fresh minty smell when they're scratched. The scent comes from a special coating that's applied to these 100-percent japanese cotton jeans, and it lasts for up to five washes. They doesn't come cheap, the jeans will set you back $158 a pair.
    "Yes! These jeans really do scratch-n-sniff with a fun mint scent! Try them out! The coating will last up to 5 washes depending on how you care for them and how often you wear ''em."
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    This folded aircraft looks like an awesome spaceship. It's fully automatic too. Here's a video showing the process, cool.
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    Crack a Smile Egg Mold
    Crack a Smile Egg Mold from thinkgeek, as the name implies, the mold basically turns scrambled eggs into smiley faces.
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    We Will Live Again is a fascinating documentary on the Cryonics Institute, the place where 99 dead human bodies are stored at freezing temperatures in hopes that they'll be able to be revived and live again in another life. It is crazy!
    "We Will Live Again looks at the unusual and extraordinary operations of the Cryonics Institute. Follow Ben Best and Andy Zawacki as they maintain the ninety-nine deceased human bodies stored at below-freezing temperatures in cryopreservation. Meanwhile, cryonics movement founder Robert Ettinger, long-retired from overseeing operations at the Institute, still lives nearby, self-publishing books on cryonics, awaiting the end of this life and eagerly anticipating the next"
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    Haha. No Nudity!
    The KiraVan The World s Most Craziest BadAss Exploring

    The KiraVan The World s Most Craziest BadAss Exploring
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    Inventor Bran Ferren created a ultimate adventure vehicle for his 4-year-old daughter Kira. The KiraVan is the ultimate in traveling tech. The KiraVan is 52 feet long, and 12 feet high to the top of Kira’s penthouse room. The car provides communications, sensing technology, and light, and can deploy drones to scout the road ahead. KiraVan’s massive trailer, which is 31 feet long and more than 10 feet high and houses an ecofriendly bathroom, a custom-designed upscale kitchen, and Kira’s own “penthouse” loft (which she herself helped design). 
    "Like his MaxiMog, the KiraVan is adapted from a Mercedes-Benz Unimog. Ferren and his team have gutted most of the original equipment, leaving only the steering wheel and a few smaller components. Among their numerous additions are a series of custom-made, overhead- and dash-mounted touchscreen cockpit displays, which monitor the vehicle’s health and navigational progress; a joystick-operated situational-awareness system, which allows passengers to see the view from any one of the vehicles’ 22 cameras and provides infrared thermal imagery of the road’s temperature; and an emergency-beacon locator-transmitter, which goes off automatically in case of an accident—if, say, the vehicle flips over. (With his radio direction-finder subsystem, Ferren can also track nearby vehicles that might be in trouble.)
    There’s more: A joystick for the truck’s hydro-drive system, for switching from four-wheel drive to six-wheel drive. Passenger-side display units that allow riders to monitor everything from tire air pressure to battery problems. And a communications system that turns the vehicle into a mobile command base and allows Ferren to communicate and coordinate with nearby aircraft. “It’s basically as if we’re an airplane, just stuck to the ground,” he says. Every form of communication imaginable is on the truck—from walkie-talkies to UHF radios to high-powered GPS systems. “I always want to know where I am,” Ferren says. The KiraVan can send emails from under a triple-canopy rain forest
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    You can read more about Ferren, Kira, and their RV at Wired.
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    Can We Genetically Improve Intelligence?
    Sony A7s Camera
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    Sony announced the A7s Camera, The A7S is a full-frame interchangeable just like the A7/A7R, but with a more video-friendly 35-millimeter full-frame 12.2-megapixel sensor, letting you take incredible photos no matter the quality of light. This camera also uses its large sensor to take incredible 4K video, other features include a 3.0" tilting display, OLED viewfinder, an ISO range of 50-409600.
    A watch for blind people

    A watch for blind people
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    The Bradley Timepiece, a watch designed for blind people, which allows blind people to tell the time by feeling a metal ball in a circular groove. There are no numbers. Around a groove in the centre a ball-bearing rotates to mark the minutes. Around the edge of the watch, another ball bearing rotates to tell the hours(second pic). Designed by Hyungsoo Kim. The watch named the Bradley, here was an appeal on Kickstarter, the crowdfunding website, in July last year - 3,681 people from 65 different countries backed the project, donating a total of $594,602. It will be available for sale from May in the US, with the UK and Europe likely to follow later.
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    This Is Not a Barbie Doll This Is an Actual Human
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    GQ's Michael Idov visited Odessa, Ukraine to meet Valeria Lukyanova, the human Barbie doll.
    "For example, a Russian marries an Armenian," Valeria elaborates helpfully. "They have a kid, a cute girl, but she has her dad's nose. She goes and files it down a little, and it's all good. Ethnicities are mixing now, so there's degeneration, and it didn't used to be like that. Remember how many beautiful women there were in the 1950s and 1960s, without any surgery? And now, thanks to degeneration, we have this. I love the Nordic image myself. I have white skin; I am a Nordic type—perhaps a little Eastern Baltic, but closer to Nordic."
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