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Some may call these *edits*, but in reality, these bizarre images happened as the result of misusing the iPhone's panorama function. According to Craig W. of Australia, "They are anomalies caused by using the 'Panoramic' function on an iPhone...the way the lens 'stitches together' what it sees is what has caused any movement in the frame to come out like these hideous pictures. So they are correct to say that they are 'Panoramic photos gone wrong' because part of the problem was the camera not sweeping across the landscape to cause a true panorama." Continue reading for more.

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Artist Sayaka Ganzby follows Japanaese Shinto teachings and believes that everything, including inanimate objects, has a spirit. So, she goes to thrift store to buy used plastic items to repurpose as beautiful sculptures. On a related note, did you know that plastic requires approximately 450-years just to start decomposing. However, it takes 500-years for plastic to decompose completely. Continue reading for more.

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A doppelganger is basically a double of a person, and these people will definitely make you look twice. Starting off, we have an old school photo with kids who like Harry Potter, Ron Weasley and Hermione Granger. Unfortunately, nobody has come forward to say who the mystery students in the photo are. Other doppelgangers include Drake, Danny McBride, Ned Flanders, and lots more. Continue reading to see them all.

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How far can the human eye really see? Well, it depends on how many particles of light, or photons, a distant object emits. In other words, the farthest object currently visible with the naked eye is the Andromeda galaxy, which is located 2.6-million light-years from Earth. That's right, the galaxy's 1-trillion stars emit enough light collectively for a few thousand photons to hit each square centimeter of Earth every second. Continue reading for more.

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Unlike standard iPhone / iPad chargers, the Foaster is a case-friendly dual device charger that looks like a toaster. It does away with messy cord clutter that comes from charging more that one phone on your kitchen counter, and it's compatible with any Lightning port-equipped iPhone (iPhone 5, 5s and 5c) and props your device up just high enough to make visible any incoming notifications while charging.

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A geep is basically the hybrid offspring of a sheep and a goat. Although sheep and goats seem similar and can be mated, they belong to different genera in the subfamily Caprinae of the family Bovidae. Despite widespread shared pasturing of goats and sheep, hybrids are very rare, indicating the genetic distance between the two species. On Sunday, July 27, 2014, a geep named Butterfly was born at My Petting Zoo in Scottsdale, AZ. Continue reading for more pictures, another video and additional information.

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At 02:39 UTC on Monday July 21, 1969, Armstrong opened the hatch, and at 02:51 UTC began his descent to the lunar surface. After describing the surface dust as "very fine-grained" and "almost like a powder," Armstrong stepped off Eagle's footpad and uttered his famous line, "That's one small step for [a] man, one giant leap for mankind" six and a half hours after landing. Aldrin joined him, describing the view as "Magnificent desolation." Continue reading for more.

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It's that time again, time for yet another round of Disney Easter eggs. This time, we have appearances from Kermit the Frog in The Little Mermaid, a Mickey Doll on a shelf in Frozen, a very easy to miss reference to Paperman in Wreck-It Ralph, as well as Belle, Pumba, and Aladdin's Magic Carpet showing up in The Hunchback of Notre Dame. Click here to view the first iamge in this week's demotivational poster gallery. Continue reading for a viral video showing one of the craziest ways to use a faucet in a musical sense.

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You know someone is bored at work, when...they take condiments and turn them into at AT-AT Walker of sorts - add some straws as weapons and Star Wars fans will go crazy. Unfortunately (or fortunately), that is actually one of the more productive things spotted at work, as other activities include mopping up rain outside, refrigerating cleaning supplies, and lots more. Continue reading to see more strange examples.

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Flying sharks actually exist, but not in the way you'd probably imagine. Put simply, they're remote-controlled flying objects that dogs love to attack. One caveat: it requires helium to float, but it can be refilled multiple times. That is just one of the many strange things and products you won't believe actually exist. Continue reading to see more.

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