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Lockheed Martin Scientist Aliens

Boyd Bushman, a former senior scientist at Lockheed Martin, claims aliens on Earth are real and have made contact with Earth in a video posted shortly before his death on August 7, 2014. He says there are people working on UFOs 24 hours a day in top secret (possibly underground) locations, and the aliens that pilot them hail from a planet 68 light-years away called Quintumnia. Despite the distance, it purportedly only takes them just 45 minutes to reach our planet. Other things revealed in the interview include claims that anti-gravity is one of several technologies being hidden by the US government. Continue reading for the video.

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Funny Soldiers

Let's face it, being on active duty in a battle zone can be stressful to say the least, and humor is one channel some soldiers use to calm themselves. Whether it positioning themselves in the perfect spot to make it appear as if they're eating soldiers climbing down from a helicopter, or just playing Quiditch, you'll find them here. Continue reading to see more.

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Google Facts

Photo credit: Hans Lebhai

Google may have started out purely as a search engine, but it's evolved to be much more than that. The company has even hidden a host of Easter eggs inside its search engine, like the terms above. Did you know that the domain name for Google was registered on September 15, 1997? That's right, then the company was incorporated on September 4, 1998, and based in the garage of a friend (Susan Wojcicki) in Menlo Park, California. Craig Silverstein, a fellow PhD student at Stanford, was hired as the first employee. Continue reading for more.

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Polaroid Tripod

Polaroid's 72" ProPod Deluxe Tripod is currently being offered for only $24.99 shipped with coupon code: AKXSFKUU, today only, originally priced at $79.98. This tripod features intelligent in-demand features like fluid pan-head, braced center columns, all-terrain leg tips, dual levels, compact-footprints, ergonomically designed carry handles and foam grips-and everything else you'd expect from a line inspired by over half a century of imaging innovation. Product page - be sure to enter coupon code: AKXSFKUU during checkout for the additional $15 discount.

Notable features:
  • Exclusive double bubble dual bubble levels; extends to a full 6 feet yet weighs 4 pounds yet retracts to just 28 inches for anytime / anywhere portability.

  • Industrial grade materials and construction provide maximum stability and versatility in a variety of situations regardless of equipment; ergonomically designed, built in carrying handle plus no sweat foam grips.

  • Locking braced center column withs well; swivel set rubber feet for spike like traction & stability without damaging surfaces convenient.


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Smartphone Camera Tricks

Love taking photos with your smartphone for Instagram, Facebook, etc.? If so, then these nifty tips and tricks just might come in handy. Our favorite tip? Definitely the small water droplet that acts as a faux macro lens for those super up-close shots. Click here to view the first image in this week's funny internet trolls gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of Daniel Radcliffe rapping Blackalicious' "Alphabet Aerobics".

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Extended Album Covers

Photo credit: Aptitude

Web design studio Aptitude has always wondered what existed beyond the edges of a music album cover. So, they created a series called "The Bigger Picture", which started with very well-known imagery and then imagined what might be taking place beyond the square frames. Here's what Aptitude has to say: "In this digital age, buying an album has become less about buying a physical package to buying a digital version out of convenience. So in honor of a once coveted industry standard, we take a look at some of the most iconic album covers over the years and put our own spin on them by revealing 'the bigger picture.'" Continue reading for more.

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Pointless Door

We understand that some buildings have been repurposed for other uses, but having a door that leads to the middle of nowhere is definitely puzzling to say the least, and that's exactly what happened here. One possibility is that a bridge connecting two passages was torn down and / or being refurbished. Continue reading for more everyday things that seem entirely pointless.

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Mech Warrior Costume

For many years, Ryan Bowen had the idea of creating a life-sized MechWarrior BattleMech suit, a game he used to play during high school. Within this game, players take control of a single BattleMech and combat other BattleMechs, tanks, infantry, and more, from within the cockpit of their machine. Fast forward to this year, approximately 2-months before his son Geraint was born, he began work on the costume you see above. As you can see, things turned out quite nicely for the now 6-month-old. Continue reading for a video and more pictures.

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Pocket Solar Charger

Sure, many gadgets today have built-in lithium-ion batteries, but for those that still require them, rechargeable is the way to go, as they save both money and reduce hazardous waste. Unfortunately, many require charging times in excess of 4 hours. So, Instructables user Shawn Frayne decided to show the internet how to create a pocket-sized solar battery charger using just a playing card and some supplies. Continue reading for a video and the instructions.

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Homemade Batmobile Australia

Batman fanatic and real-life superhero Zac Mihajlovic, from Camden, Australia, turned down several 6-figure offers for his homemade Batmobile. It's not for personal reasons, but rather so he can continue helping sick children via the Make-A-Wish foundation. These offers came from businessmen worldwide, including a Sheik in Dubai. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for a viral music video from OK Go with lots of robots and umbrellas.

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