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According to researcher Scott Waring, "An artificial light source was seen this week in this NASA photo which shows light shining upward from...the ground. This could indicate there there is intelligent life below the ground and uses light as we do. This is not a glare from the sun, nor is it an artifact of the photo process." Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of the best April Fools Day's classroom prank ever.

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One thing's for sure, college lectures are sometimes the last place students want to be, especially on Halloween. However, there are exceptions, like the professor above who decided to dress up as Nintendo's Mario, complete with plunger and Segway to complete the costume. Continue reading for twenty strange, yet real, things that will make you look twice.

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Shopping malls have been going out of business all over the continental United States, especially in the Midwest, where there's precipitous economic decline. There's even a "Dead Malls Enthusiasts" Facebook group that attempts to track them all. We wouldn't be surprised if some of these abandoned shopping malls you're about to see are actually used for a zombie / end of the world / post-apocalyptic film. Continue reading for more.

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No, this isn't a computer-rendered scene from an upcoming science fiction film, but rather a real inflatable jungle gym of sorts created by Croatian-Austrian collective Numen/For Use. Called the "String Prototype", this inflatable structure boasts a network of cables that can be explored similar to a jungle gym. When the volume deflates, the ropes get loose and lay on the ground enabling compression of the installation. When the object inflates, the ropes tense to a perfect line again, strained enough to carry the weight of a human being. Bodies entrapped in 3D grid, flying in unnatural positions throughout superficial white space, resemble Dadaist collages. Impossibility of perception of scale and direction results in simultaneous feeling of immenseness and absence of space. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of Super Mario Cat.

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If you thought bumper stickers were bad enough, here are 12 weird and bizarre, yet real, cars that have been spotted on the streets. They range from the world's most dangerous baby seat and a homemade air-conditioning setup, to a van / big rig hybrid. Click here to view the first image in this week's trolling gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of some very unexpected cat calls from Aussie builders.

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The Deep Web, also known as Deepnet, refers to World Wide Web content that's not a part of the Surface Web, which is indexed by standard search engines. The lines between search engine content and the Invisible Web have begun to blur, as search services start to provide access to part or all of once-restricted content. An increasing amount of deep Web content is opening up to free search as publishers and libraries make agreements with large search engines. Continue reading for more.

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So, you've learned all about the Japanese Yakuza, now it's time for a lighter look at some of the bizarre, yet real, inventions that have come from the "Land of the Rising Sun", which by the way refers to the characters that make up Japan's name mean "sun-origin". To start things off, we have a Coca-Cola-themed vending machine dress. Continue reading for more.

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According to UK-based Nintendo Gamer magazine, "Buried in reams of financial data is the revelation that Nintendo have 812.8 billion Yen (£6.7/$10.5 billion) in the bank - enough for it to take a 20 billion Yen loss (£163/$257 million) every year until 2052. Then there's almost 469 billion Yen (£3.8/$6.0 billion) held in premises, equipment and investments. When that runs out - we're in the year 2075 by this point - they've got some of the most valuable intellectual property in gaming to sell off before the company goes out of business." Continue rading for more weird and random facts you never knew about.

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During Bruce Gernon's flight to Bimini, he and his crew encountered strange clouds, a tunnel-shaped vortex of sorts - sides of which the plane's wings scraped as they flew. All of the electronic / magnetic navigational instruments malfunctioned and the magnetic compass spun inexplicably. As they neared the end of the tunnel, they saw a dull grayish white for miles - no ocean, sky or horizon. After flying for 34-minutes - corroborated by every clock on board - they found themselves over Miami Beach, a flight that normally would have taken 75-minutes. Continue reading for a video and more information.

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Danny Bowman, a 19-year-old from England, could quite possibly be the world's first self-confessed selfie addict. At his lowerst point, he spent about 10-hours each day taking over 200 selfies. Eventually this addiction lead to him dropping out of school, not leaving his house for six-months, and losing 28-pounds. When his parents tried to stop him, Danny tried to commit suicide by overdosing on drugs. Continue reading for the news report and more information.

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