A Damn Fine Collection Of Fascinating Photos And Videos

January 9, 2017 | 1 Comment » | Topics: Interesting

The Machine that Detected the Higgs Boson Particle

 

A woman enjoys the Rijksmuseum one last time

 

Team Rwanda Cycling stop to touch some snow as it was the team’s first time ever seeing it

 

American Flavored Imitation Pasteurized Process Cheese Food…Hopefull You Are Not Putting This Shit In Your Body

 

Bryers Ice Cream, the company that prided itself on using only few, all natural ingredients had to change their labels to read “Frozen Dairy Dessert” because based on the ingredients they couldn’t legally sell their product as ice cream. 

 

Bamboo scaffolding 

 

The Oval Office before a new president personalizes it

 

Gun belt of an SS officer

 

DB Cooper’s plane ticket

DB Cooper was a hijacker  who extorted $200,000 from authorities and parachuted into the Washington state wilderness never to be heard from again.

 

This piece of plastic, thrown into the sea in 1976, still hasn’t degraded at all 

 

This is a nanoinjector, a microscopic machine used to inject cells with DNA 

 

This is what the tea looked like that was dumped into the Boston harbor [Boston Tea party 1773] 

 

A mans last message to the world before being publicly executed 

 

How legroom on major airlines compare to one another

 

Photographer perfectly aligns Objects to create the Illusion of 4 Separate Images

 

This man has been making pizzas since 1965 in Brooklyn, NY…$5 For A Slice!

 

Tokyo is massive 

Best selling music artists from each US state

 

Heckler & Koch boardroom

 

The Nazis would have killed for this.. the original plans for the D-Day invasion, the Neptune Monograph

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  • Zer0FiveSeven

    There are 100 places probably 5 feet away from that pizza place tnat sells dollar slices. I dont care how long youve been making pizza, you can either make one or you cant. 5 dollars for a slice of pizza is robbery.