A Damn Fine Collection Of Fascinating Photos And Videos

June 5, 2017 | 3 Comments » | Topics: Interesting

West Papua delegate at U.N. Headquarters, NY


You can take away their rights, but you can’t take away their selfies


Cost of a Rattlesnake bite in America 


Menzi Muck excavators


Google’s Server back in 1999


One of Google’s massive server farm, 2017


The last photo of Marilyn Monroe alive on July 13, 1962 


Chinese Lottery Winner Dressed as Baymax So Thieves and Poor Relatives Won’t Discover Who He Is


China unveils colossal 1,320-ton sculpture of Chinese God of war “Guan Yu” in Jingzhou city


This is how Chinese soilders keep their posture


A theatre in China


The apps in your smartphone cost $900,000 thirty years ago

fascinating photos


Keeping a heart alive during a transplant


Fake Amps On Stage



A Leprosy sufferer from 1895



Fire needs three things in order to burn: heat, fuel, and oxygen. On a normal day your home contains fuel (things that could burn) and oxygen in the air, so you prevent fires by never letting it get hot enough – not starting a fire. Meanwhile if your house does catch fire and nobody does anything, it’ll burn until there’s nothing left that can burn – at the end there’s heat and oxygen, but no fuel.

What can happen when a fire gets developed in a house is that it can burn until there’s barely any oxygen left in a room. There’s heat and fuel, but without that last ingredient the fire grinds to a halt.

Now you open a door to that room (or a window breaks) and a whole rush of oxygen-rich air goes flooding in. All those hot flammable items catch fire in an instant, creating a fireball that can blast out of the open door or window.

So, if you’re ever unlucky enough to find yourself in a fire, touch each door and door handle before you open it. If it’s hot, your salvation is not on the other side, so leave that door closed – and watch out for being above the window of a room that’s on fire. The heat’s going to shatter the glass at some point, and when it does you don’t want to be above it.



Woman gets rid of her niqab after her village is liberated from ISIS 


All Natty Bro!



The size of a tornado compared to the size of wind turbines


The Most Stressful Life Events

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  • Bob Frapples

    “Cost of a Rattlesnake bite in America”
    What should it cost?

    • Rick

      I’m thinking not as much as a house. Maybe 1,500?

      • Bob Frapples

        Ok, so do you just assume that this emergency is just a quick needle and a “have a good day, young man”?
        First off, the anti-venom is VERY expensive to produce and manufacture. So, by your understanding, it should be the same cost as an asprin.
        Second, this person OBVIOUSLY spend multiple days in intensive care. How many days? How many people had to take care of him? I guess by your understanding, it should be the same cost as a few days at a Days Inn.
        Third, this person need x-rays… your cost? The same as developing 35mm film, right?
        Fucking use your head, dummy. Doctor’s don’t spend 8 years in med school to work for peanuts so some moron can get a selfie next to a water moccasin.