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Here's something you don't see everyday: an LED sink that's controlled with a metal ball. Simply slide the ball over to either side to control water temperature, or just place it in the middle for normal everyday use. That is just one of the many cool and creative sinks we've rounded up for you today with out of the box designs. Others include: a transparent sink, gemstone, fish tank, and lots more. Continue reading to see them all.

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Designer Luis Hernan's "Digital Ethereal" is a high-tech project that utilizes long-exposure photography to show what Wi-Fi signals would look like if they were visible. This was made by possible with his Android app "Kirlian Device mobile", which is software that displays Wi-Fi signal strength with an array of colors. Continue reading for more pictures and information.

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What happens when you combine a Rasberry Pi (512MB version), a broken Nintendo Game Boy, and lots of work? The retro gaming powerhouse you see above, which was created by YouTube user "kman316". For those who aren't as technically skilled, we recommend just purchasing an AFUNTA game player. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for a viral video showing what happens when two guys accidentally get put on Kiss Cam at a baseball game.

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Microsoft Bob was released in March 1995, although it had been widely publicized prior to that date under the codename "Utopia". At one point, Bill Gates's wife Melinda Gates worked as one of the Marketing Managers on the project. Microsoft originally purchased the domain name bob.com from Boston-area techie Bob Antia, but later traded it to Bob Kerstein for the windows2000.com domain name. Continue reading for more fascinating facts you probably didn't know about.

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In case of zombie apocalypse (or any dangerous emergency), flip down these shelves, and you'll be ready to fight. Called TacticalWalls, these shelves may look normal at first glance, but they actually double as storage solutions for rifles and handguns. They can be opened up with magnetic keys placed over two hidden locks. As you can see, there's plenty of room for your firearms, thanks to a customizable medium-density polyurethane foam-lined cavity. Continue reading for a video and more information.

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Researchers have just discovered a new member of the Megaloptera on a mountain in Chengdu, Sichuan province in China. This giant insect has a wingspan of 8.3 inches and can be found in or near a variety of wet environments including ponds, lakes and swamps. Don't let its mandibles fool you, they are not used for eating, but rather attracting females. Continue reading for the news report and more images.

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Another day, another new sub-Reddit. This time, it falls under the "oddly satisfying" category, or in other words, everyday things, such as placing Tetris-inspired tater tots perfectly on a baking pan, that bring you pure joy. Other examples include: a truck bed filled with fitted boxes, February 2015 on a calendar, and even a glass that was made exactly for one can of Coca-Cola. Continue reading to see them all.

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We have seen the future of sports cars, and they just might be salt water-powered. The QUANT e-Sportlimousine utilizes a nanoFLOWcell system, which is comprised of a three-tank system that stores two types of liquid electrolytes - one positively charged, the other negatively - to generate 912-horsepower. Continue reading for a video and more information.

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Are you attending San Diego Comic Con this weekend? Then you'll have a chance to win at least one of these awesome custom Xbox One consoles, which include Titan Fall, Nerdist, Twitch, Marvel Super Heroes, Forza Motorsport 3, and lots more. Click here to view the first image in this week's funny school pictures gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of 10 amazing bets you will always win.

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Sam Van Aken created a tree unlike in any other because it's designed to bear 40 different kinds of fruit. Science Alert says, "Van Aken used a technique called chip grafting to add more varieties on as separate branches. This technique involves taking a sliver off a fruit tree that includes the bud, and inserting that into an incision in the working tree. It's then taped into place, and left to sit and heal over winter. If all goes well, the branch will be pruned back to encourage it to grow as a normal branch on the working tree." Continue reading for a video of him explaining this at TED Talks.

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