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An Interactive Map of Every Cargo Ship in the World in 2012

Map by Kiln   Using over 250 million data points from the UCL Energy Institute (UCL EI), Kiln, a London-based data visualisation and digital journalism studio, created the incredible interactive map embedded below.

If the Trump Clinton Debate was a Poetry Slam

  Donald and Hillary try to top each other’s poetry while occasionally fielding questions from the audience.

How To Make Bread With a Volcano

  At the Laugarvatn Fontana Spa in Iceland, you can watch Iceland rye bread being baked the old-fashioned way: by being buried underground for 24 hours.

Picture of the Day: Huka Falls, New Zealand

Photograph by Trey Ratcliff Website | Flickr | Prints   Located just outside of the small town of Taupo, New Zealand are the amazing Huka Falls, where 220,000 liters of water thunders over the 11-meter (36 ft) high waterfall every second.

Starting Next Year, Every Baby Born in Scotland Will Get a Free Box of Useful Things

Photos: Annika Söderblom © Kela   For almost 80 years, Finland has given newborns a baby box filled with baby clothes and other essential items like bedding, towels, and child-care products.

Jennifer Maestre Turns Ordinary Pencils Into Otherworldly Sculptures

  Inspired by nature, artist Jennifer Maestre creates otherworldly sculptures from hundreds of cut and shaved pencils.

Am I Pegnate?

  An oral reading of questions about “pregnancy” on Yahoo Answers.    

Tom Cruise Acts Out His Film Career with James Corden

  With a guest appearance from…    

The Shirk Report – Volume 392

  Welcome to the Shirk Report where you will find 20 funny images, 10 interesting articles and 5 entertaining videos from the last 7 days of sifting.

Hurricane Windsurfing Looks As Crazy As It Sounds

  Red Bull Storm Chase is an annual competition that is restricted to neither time nor place. The contest only happens when a suitable storm develops, with enough advance warning for the riders and crew to get to safe location to hold the contest as the storm strikes.

Just a Gallery of Kittens Mid-Pounce

  Animal photographer Seth Casteel (featured previously) is back with his newest book, POUNCE. Casteel collaborated with numerous animal shelters and rescue groups throughout the United State and Canada to create his most recent book.

Picture of the Day: If You Look Closely There’s a Skier

© Tero Repo/Red Bull Content Pool   Click the photo above to see the full resolution!   In this jaw-dropping photo we see professional skier Jérémie Heitz descending an impossibly steep face in the Pennine Alps of Switzerland on May 16, 2016.

Incredible 4K Timelapses of 2016 Storms in Arizona

  “Monsoon III” is a film by Mike Olbinski and was created from over 85,000 frames and 36 days of storm chasing in Arizona.

If Star Wars Characters Were Musicians…

  Steve Lear is a London-based, digital artist with a self-proclaimed, “unhealthy obsession for movies, music and Photoshop”.

Giant Cargo Ship Politely Responds to Little Girl’s Honk Request

  Ask and ye shall receive    

16 Funny Food Comics That Hit Close To Home

  Nathan W. Pyle is an artist, illustrator and current staff writer for BuzzFeed. The multi-talented artist is also the author of the New York Times bestseller: NYC Basic Tips and Etiquette.

Two Pixar Artists Made a Short Film to Show Animation Can Be a Medium to Tell Any Story

  A weathered Sheriff returns to the remains of an accident he has spent a lifetime trying to forget.

How ‘Rick and Morty’ Explores Meaning in Life

  In this fantastic video essay by Will Schoder, we see how the animated television series explores meaning in life.

Picture of the Day: Salvador Latte

Artwork by skapaneas on steemit   In this impressive example of latte art, we see a melting clock frothing over the edge of the cup.

These Flat Origami Measuring Spoons Fold Into 8 Different Sizes

  Polygons are flat, origami-like measuring spoons that fold into the 4 most common measurement sizes for TBSP and TSP.