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    Brain Specimen Coasters
    A  set of brain specimen coasters from Thinkgeek. The 10 glass coasters printed with brain slices.
    "In your cerebral cortex right now, there are billions of neurons working like crazy so you exist. And the neat thing about these neurons is how we’ve hijacked a bunch of them into reading these words. Think of all the areas of your brain we are commandeering right now! Poop. We just made you read the word poop. We might also have caused memories and images of poop to plop through your brain. Whew, such power. To celebrate the power of our headiest of organs, we bring you these awesome Brain Specimen Coasters."
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    The world's tallest building, the Burj Khalifa in Dubai, has the world's highest windows. Dallas joins the team whose heart-stopping job it is to clean them.
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    Directed by Matteo Garrone, the film is loosely based around the 17th-century fairytale collection curated by Giambattista Basile, “The Tale of Tales,” and will be the Italian filmmaker’s English-language-film debut. Starring in the forthcoming release are a few Hollywood standouts, including Salma Hayek and John. C Reilly.
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    This video, allegedly from Slovenia, shows a man trying to pull up a tree using a tractor. The tree is not going to die without a fight.
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    Computer Bugs

    Computer Bugs
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    UK artist Julie Alice Chapell's Computer Component Bugs sculptures are iridescent, intricate assemblage sculptures made from ewaste. More pics after more.
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    Xena Bunny Costume
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    Bernadette Bentley is an actress and a master of cosplay. Recently, she attended WonderCon in Anaheim, California. She does a great job of portraying the titular character from Xena: Warrior Princess.
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    In a 29-month survey, researchers observed and recorded 20 instances of wild chimpanzees crossing a busy road in Sebitoli, in the northern part of Uganda's Kibale National Park. They watched 122 chimps cross the highway used by 90 vehicles an hour, many speeding at 70 to 100 kilometres an hour.
     It's the first report on how chimpanzees behave crossing a very busy asphalt road, says Marie Cibot of the National Museum of Natural History in Paris. Chimps are exceptionally cautious when they cross the road. Ninety-two per cent of them looked right, left, or both ways before or during crossing, and 57 per cent ran across, showing that they knew the value of reaching the other side as quickly as possible.

    The video below shows one alpha escorting a group across the road. He watches the progress of the stragglers while monitoring road traffic.
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    Watch this informative video created by Top10Memes and discover a thing or ten about the fantastic world of Futurama in about eight minutes!
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    Ben  Jerry s Is Making Beer
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    According to an April 13 press release, the ice cream company is partnering with New Belgium Brewing to release a beer in the fall of 2015. The beer will be called "Salted Caramel Brownie Brown Ale," and it sounds delicious.. Additionally, the beer collaboration will benefit an organization called "Protect Our Winters," which helps fight the effects of climate change on mountains.   The beer will come in 22oz bottles and contain 6.3 percent alcohol.
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    Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice (Retro Style) Official Teaser Trailer below
    DIY  
    Industrial designer Christian Poulsen  has  made a mini BB-8 Droid used a magnet and  modified Sphero robot ball. After cutting the toy up, painting it and adding an internal magnet to hold up BB-8's head, he had himself an adorable droid. His BB-8 is controlled via Bluetooth with the Sphero mobile app. If you're willing to get your hands dirty, you can follow Poulsen's step-by-step guide and build your own.
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    Wake up in the morning and start my day with some Whiskey Bottle Push Ups
    Cocktail Shaker Set
    Periodic Tablewear has created a set of cocktail shaker made in the distinct shape of an Erlenmeyer flask.
    "Scientifically designed for serving alcoholic creations specific to the concoction, the Periodic Tableware Cocktail Shaker is unique from any shaker on the market today. Using this collection, one can shake, stir, and pour in two configurations; cocktail or shot."
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