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Rush Hour

In this video Argentina-based director Fernando Livschitz transforms an intersection into a frighteningly choreographed dance of cloned traffic.

13 Fascinating Facts That Will Change The Way You Perceive Your Dishwasher

image credit We all love food. It's a universal truth. The only thing we don't love, however, is having to do the dishes.

In Japan, Burger King Has A Black Cheese Burger

Burger King Japan is rolling out another 'Kuro Burger' (Black Burger), with buns made from bamboo charcoal, an onion and garlic sauce made with squid ink, beef patties made with black pepper, and black cheese, which is also apparently made with bamboo charcoal.

11 Facts Yü Should Know About The Umlaut

image credit In linguistics, umlaut (from German um- 'around' + laut 'sound') is a sound change whereby a vowel is pronounced more like a following vowel or semivowel and is also used to replace hyphens in Germanic languages.

Stunning Siphonophore

Nautilus, the ship of exploration of Titanic discoverer Dr. Robert Ballard, is exploring the ocean studying biology, geology, archeology, and more.

Incredible Facts About 30 Of The World's Most Notorious Slums Of All Time

image credit: fraymifoto When traveling, most people focus on tourist sites and beautiful scenery and ignore the more rundown areas.

It's Thanks To Evolution That No Two Faces Are Alike

image credit: Pat David From bug eyes to aquiline noses, square jaws to chin dimples, no two faces are alike.

Tiny Hamster Vs Takeru Kobayashi

Takeru Kobayashi is a Japanese competitive eater. He holds several records, including six Guinness Records, for eating hot dogs, meatballs, Twinkies, hamburgers, pizza and pasta.

Lousy Coach

(via Bad Newspaper) The Presurfer

Rainbow Lightning: Nature's Astonishing Bow And Arrow

image credit: Terje Nesthus Most people have experienced lightning. Likewise, ask people if they have ever seen a rainbow and most will answer in the positive.

10 Abandoned International Airports of the World

image credit The world is full of disused and derelict airfields, from isolated airstrips to modern military bases.

Butterfly Fails To Faze Flautist

During the Carl Nielsen International Flute Competition in Odense, Denmark, a butterfly perched on the forehead of Japanese flutist Yukie Ota.

Women Who Conquered The Comics World

image credit When comics creator Trina Robbins tried to join the male-dominated 'underground comix' movement based in San Francisco in the early 1970s, the men cartoonists shut her out.

Journey To The Centre Of The Earth

An infographic from a company called GeoCon Site Investigations all about the deepest holes in the World.

How A Bean Becomes A Fart

Well, we've always wondered how this happens. And now we know, thanks to Men's Health Magazine. Open a can of beans and follow along.

The Sand Dollar - The Animal That Can Clone Itself

image credit: c_ambler The Sand dollar is a sea urchin which burrows and comes from the order Clypeasteroida - and you can see why it gets its name, as it resembles a coin.

The Pizza Chopper

Get your motor running... Head out to the pizzeria. Just make sure to have The Pizza Chopper handy. Designed to resemble a chopper motorcycle, this pizza cutter will be the coolest way to segment your pie on pizza night.

The Dancing Traffic Light

Smart ideas can turn the city into a better place. Like a dancing traffic light that makes people wait and watch rather than walk through the red light.

15 International Greeting Rituals

image credit Greeting is an act of communication in which human beings intentionally make their presence known to each other, to show attention to, and to suggest a type of relationship or social status between individuals or groups of people coming in contact with each other.

What's In Your iPhone?

The iPhone 6 is almost here and the preorders are piling up. But what do you really know about the insides of the iPhone 6, or any smartphone for that matter?