1. Early 1900s fireman suit for the fireman to get closer to the fire
2. Amazing book folding art by D. Hinklay. He only use second-hand books to make them. Never cut pages
3. Climate-controlled farms such as these grow crops around the clock and in every kind of weather. Each acre in the greenhouse yields as much produce as 10 outdoor acres, uses 95% less of water than traditional agriculture, and cuts the need for chemicals by 97 percent.
4. 01 Call Missed. IED that was defused before the detonation call was received.
5. In 1930 the Indiana Bell building was rotated 90°. Over a month, the 22-million-pound structure was moved 15 inch/hr… all while 600 employees still worked there. There was no interruption to gas, heat, electricity, water, sewage, or the telephone service they provided. No one inside felt it move.
8. Alienware’s ultra-wide curved screen from 2008.
10. A vending machine in Japan that sells solder and resistors, for your late-night circuitry cravings.
12. My mom and uncle found a USAF target drone on the beach.
13. Chad Varah, a Christian priest, opened the first suicide hotline in 1953. He did so after his first funeral: a 14-year-old girl who killed herself because she had no one to talk to when she got her period and thought it was an STD
14. Brain cells in a culture dish trying to form connections with each other.
15. The weather in the Netherlands
16. These Biracial Twin Sisters Born To A White Father And A Half-Jamaican Mother
17. Just a church in Durham, England (built 1351 years ago)
20. She was 11 when WWI started, 36 when WWII started, 74 when Star Wars released and 116 when Covid-19 started. And her name is Kane Tanaka as the world’s oldest living person at age 118 years. She was born on January 2, 1903.