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    HalfSize Papercraft Model of a Lamborghini


    Designer Taras Lesko made a 8-foot-long papercraft model of a Lamborghini Aventador police car. The piece, made entirely out of glue and chipboard mounted prints, measures 8 feet long and weighs approximately 25 pounds.To see how he made it, watch the video above.
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    Fireman Cory Kalanick rescues an unconscious kitten from a burning house filled with smoke.
    Wrist Watch Post It Notes
    Other  
    It is a good idea! You can write you own notes on the watch shaped notes that you wear on your wrist like a regular watch. You can wrap it around your wrist and stick the ends together so you have the reminder with you wherever you go. These things are quite a bit more expensive than your normal pad of Post-it notes about $13(USD) per pack of 100 notes. The pad measures 8.25 x 1.5 x 0.4-inches.  You can order them direct from PA-Design here, or Amazon.
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    Jimmy Fallon & Justin Timberlake show you what a Twitter conversation sounds like in real life.
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    This is a cool stop-motion reverse haircut where the “artist” interacts with photos of the person getting his reverse haircut.
    DIY Indiana Jones Monkey Brain Cake
    DIY  
    There are very few scenes as memorable as that one where they eat monkey brain in Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom. Now you can relive that classic movie moment with your own chilled monkey brains cake courtesy of Instructable user BubbleandSweet.
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    Cereal Bowl with Builtin Straw
    The cereal bowl with built-in straw allows you to neatly drink up the sugary milk that is left over after eating a bowl of your favorite morning cereal. $8
    Net Head Japanese Hairdo
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    Recently, Japanese Twitter user Miya tweeted the above photo, writing, "The person two seats in front of me has an amazing hairdo." -- the cool "Net Head" hairdo.
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    World s first carbon nanotube computer
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    A team of electrical engineers at Stanford University today announced the creation of the first-ever computer based on carbon nanotubes rather than silicon chips. "People have been talking about a new era of carbon nanotube electronics moving beyond silicon," said Stanford professor Subhasish Mitra.

    Carbon nanotubes -- long chains of carbon atoms thousands of times thinner than a human hair -- have the potential to be more energy-efficient and "take us at least an order of magnitude in performance beyond where you can project silicon could take us," according to H.S. Philip Wong, another member of the Stanford team.
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    Orchid mantis
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    This is the orchid mantis
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    Videogame mythbuster DefendTheHouse tries out a few unusual scenarios in Grand Theft Auto V to see how the game responds. This video is actually a demonstration that Rockstar thought of everything when developing this game. In episode 1, you can survive a fall from a helicopter, hide from cops in bushes, and tow police car while they are pursuing you...
    The song is "April Showers" by ProleteR
    High Tide Heels
    Design  
    These fun High Tide Heels created by Belgian artist Paul Schietekat for an exhibition.
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