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Though it may be Monday and the start of a brand new work week, there's no reason why you can't get your mind wrapped around something interesting, rather than drone-like activities. Infinite chocolate bars do not exist in the real world, but just looking at this animation may have you thinking otherwise. Click here to view the first image in this week's WINS gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of a man turning plastic bottles into something you'd never expect.

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There are some people that just make you scratch your head wondering just how they even managed to get online, like this person asking if July 4th is on the 15th or 16th. Unfortunately, there are many more people who apparently spend more time trying to figure out where the next big sale is going to be rather than brushing up on their history. Continue reading for more people who might not be smart enough for the internet.

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No matter how unintelligent you consider yourself, just know that every healthy human brain has an estimated storage capacity of 256-billion GB? That's right, the number equals approximately 1.2-billion normal computer hard drives, a stack of compact discs that would reach beyond the moon, or a number of books that come out to around 15-libraries per person on planet Earth. Continue reading for more interesting and random facts that will brighten your day.

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Not every fan will agree, but what if Carl Fredrickson's journey in "Up" actually began right after he is notified about needing to be move into a retirement home? That's right, everything that happens after is his journey into the afterlife, with people and things representing his attachment to the physical world. Click here to view the first image in this week's funny school pictures gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of a Taekwondo quadruple kick.

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Before reading any further, if you suffer from photosensitive epilepsy or are sensitive to flashing lights, we highly recommend not watching this video. With that said, this mind-bending trick, known as 'motion aftereffects', makes viewers see movement in objects that are in fact stationary. Here's how it works, according to The Daily Mail: "When watching a waterfall, or the strobe illusion, the brain cells that detect motion in one direction become tired. When the eyes look away, the cells that detect motion in the other direction are more active and a stationary object appears to be moving." Continue reading to watch - make sure you click the icon in the bottom right for full screen mode.

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What you're looking at above is the rotary snowplow, a piece of railroad snowfighting equipment with a large circular set of blades on its front end that rotate to cut through the snow on the track ahead of it. The rotary was invented by Toronto, Ontario, Canada dentist J.W. Elliot in 1869, however he never built a working model or prototype. Continue reading for more inventions you probably didn't know came from Canada.

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Another week, another round of fascinating photos that you probably haven't seen before. This batch includes a samurai helmet belonging to the Mitsudaina family from 1730, a comparison between old vs. new Mercedes-Benz F1 steering wheels, a breathtaking aeriel view of the Grand Canyon at 35,000 feet, and the futuristic interior of the Bloodhound SSC, which is set to go supersonic by hitting speeds in excess of 1,000mph. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of a 2-year-old amputee that will restore your faith in humanity.

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Do you live in The UK or Ireland and love watching movies? Netflix has just the job for you. Here's what it entails: "Successful applicants will be responsible for watching and analyzing films and TV programmes that will be streaming on Netflix in the future. The tagger will deconstruct the films and programmes and describe them using objective tags. Continue reading for a video detailing 12 things you may not know about the company and for the job application page.

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Serving with the 71st Fighter-Interceptor Squadron based at Malmstrom Air Force Base adjacent to Great Falls, Montana, a routine training flight, conducting aerial combat maneuvers, on February 2, 1970 ended when the aircraft entered a flat spin. The pilot, Gary Foust, attempted to recover, including the desperation move of deploying the aircraft's drag chute; but recovery proved to be impossible, and Foust fired his ejection seat and escaped the stricken aircraft at an altitude of 15,000 feet (4,600 m). The reduction in weight and change in center of gravity caused by the removal of Foust and the ejection seat caused the aircraft, trimmed for takeoff and with the throttle at idle, to successfully recover itself from the spin. Continue reading for more interesting and random facts that might surprise you.

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Another month, another batch of bizarre product knockoffs that are actually being sold in stores (or entire store knockoffs). First up, we have yet another iPhone knockoff, and to make matters worse, this one isn't even a smartphone. Currently in Asia, there are near-exact clones of the iPhone 5S running Google Android. Continue reading for twenty more examples from around the world.

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