This trendy home was once a cement factory. The abandoned cement factory was discovered in 1973 and converted to this upscale home by architect Ricardo Bofill. The renovation took two years. The home contains various plants including cypresses, olive trees, palms, and eucalyptus. It serves as Bofillo’s apartment, exhibition space, model laboratory, archives, and architectural office. His renovation included exposing previously concealed structures, cleaning cement and demolishing some structures.
Awesome Korean comic depicting how the emergency room handles dying patients.
This beautiful device is called a sunshine recorder and true to its name, it records the amount of sunshine at a given location. The sunshine recorder uses either the sun itself as a time scale or a clock. The brilliance of the recorder lies in the fact that a glass sphere focuses the sun’s rays on a card inside the ball which in turn measures the sunshine.
Supatra Sasuphan is clearly having the last laugh. The 11-year-old has gone from being teased by her peers to being given a Guinness World Record for being the world’s hairiest girl. Often referred to as “monkey face” or “wolf girl”, the Thailand native suffers from Hypertrichosis, also known as Ambras Syndrome. She has thick strands of hair growing over her face, ears, arms, legs and back and nothing can stop the hair growth, not even laser treatment. The older the wolf child gets, the thicker her hair becomes.
It’s hard to imagine what is going on with this doll that bears a likeness to the Prime Minister of Russia Vladimir Putin. It’s stripped naked with an extra pair of hands and a mysterious object positioned above the right hand shoulder. Think you know what that object is or what it’s for? We dare you to caption the picture with your best guess possible.
Change is inevitable but these pictures showcase change at its most extreme. A quick scroll through will leave you asking what happened and why these former beauties let themselves go so bad.
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