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13th Century Doodles By A 6-Year-Old Called Onfim


“Bb199” by Onfim of Novgorod, copy by http://www.gramoty.ru – http://gramoty.ru/prorisi/bb199.gif. Licensed under CC BY-SA 3.0 via Wikimedia Commons.

Further Proof Of How Lovably Silly Manatees Are


  I wrote a little bit about Manatees last week, I love them but I’m sometimes a little frustrated by their stupidity.

Ghoulish Underwater Graveyard Of Giant Lemurs Found In Madagascar


“Palaeopropithecus ingens” by Smokeybjb – Own work. Licensed under CC BY-SA 3.0 via Wikimedia Commons.

Hilarious And Worrying Comments From Right-Wing Social Media Pages #1


Sundays in blighty. Some read newspapers, play football or eat roast dinners. I’ve never been much for sport until recently.

A Small Debate With An Islamophobe


“EDL4” by Gavin Lynn – English Defence League march in Newcastle. Licensed under CC BY 2.0 via Wikimedia Commons.

Ghandi’s Letters To Hitler


“Dear Friend Hitler film poster” by Source. Licensed under Fair use via Wikipedia. On the 23rd July 1939 Europe was in a palpably tense state.

Pristine 1950’s Kitchen For Sale


A fella called Nathan Chandler recently purchased a home that was built in 1956, for some reason the house had never been lived in.

The Manatee. An Endangered Water Doofus


Adopting endangered animals is well fun. It’s an action that’s totally overlooked when you’re a kid at Sea World and your nan has just bought you some leaflets and a soft toy version of the beast whose screaming eyes you’ve just gazed into.

Sombering Photos From The Donetsk Region, Ukraine


Putin, whatever his game is and whatever he says he has or hasn’t done, is causing thousands of people in Ukraine wide-scale grief.

Algeria’s Martyrs’ Memorial & Their Bloody War Of Independence


“Monument aux Martyrs” by prise par un touriste inconu – algerie. Licensed under CC BY 2.5 via Wikimedia Commons.

What Does A Balloon Bursting Under Water Look Like?


Slow motion videos of literally anything are cool, the internet seems to be addicted to them too. I’d happily watch a slow motion video of you scratching your arse and be transfixed for half an hour.

Carcross Desert: The Smallest Desert In The World


Source: bigweasel,  Licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 2.0 Generic licence.

Tesla’s Pigeon. A Love Story.


Yes, I loved that pigeon, I loved her as a man loves a woman, and she loved me. - Nikola Tesla Nikola Tesla, born in 1856, was for modern science what Sir Isaac Newton was for The Renaissance.

12 COLD AND COLOURFUL FAIRYTALE PLACES


It all began with Edward Scissorhands. That sweet, misunderstood outcast. When I was little, I used to get my dad to prosthetically cast scars on my face, then I’d walk around pincing together my and fore and middle fingers, just like Edward.

Huldufólk. Why Do So Many Icelanders Believe In Elves?


“Kewaunee River” by Chris Rand – Own work. Licensed under CC BY-SA 4.0 via Wikimedia Commons. Iceland.

Mardi Gras Indians: Masks And Feathers, Violence To Peace


Preserving culture is important for some people. Nationalists and patriots can get a little heavy-handed and tend not to accept cultures and traditions different from their own.

Clive Barker. Painting’s By One Of The Most Prolific Imagineers Of The Past Century


Probably best known for the film series, Hellraiser and Candyman, Clive Barker has been at the helm of British horror since the 1980s.

Goodfellow’s Tree-Kangaroo: Who?


I love it when I come across an image of an animal that I don’t even recognise, and that’s what happened here with the wonderfully cute Goodfellow’s tree-kangaroo.

Simon Stålenhag’s Swedish Sci-Fi Suburbia


Simon Stålenhag is a Swedish artist who paints images of a fading science fiction future. He digitally creates his masterpieces with a Wacom tablet and pen.

Mikhail Nesterov: Russian Orthodox Symbolism À Gogo


  Mikhail Nesterov, in Russian – Михаи́л Не́стеров – was born in 1862 into humble circumstances. As the son of a merchant Nesterov struggled to find joy in his father’s line of work.


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