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Against the soaring backdrop of Arizona's Vermilion Cliffs, the 1929 Navajo Bridge, now used for foot traffic, crosses the Colorado River beside its 1995 counterpart.
It looks simply amazing as well as surreal.
A painting made with light and colored plexiglass airplanes.
A boy hears the sound for the first time in his life.
Crescent lake oasis in Gobi desert, China.
3-year-old McDonald's fries vs. 3-year-old KFC fries.
What do you think this is?
Hiram Bingham road leads to Machu Picchu, Cuzco region, Peru.
This is the best Christmas gift ever.
This guy was considered so fat in 1885, that he was in a freak show.
Rice fields in China.
The border between Belgium and the Netherlands in Baarle-Nassau.
This is all the water and atmosphere on Earth.
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Hearing recorded music for the first time: San Francisco, 1889.
Flying over the Morning Glory cloud.
This is probably the best photograph ever taken of anything.
John Colbensen managed to take this incredible photo of meteor from an airplane window while on vacation. He used an underexposed fisheye lens.
Conjoined twins share the same brain, can hear each other's thoughts and see through each other's eyes.
Nuclear explosion was captured by rapatronic camera less than one millisecond after detonation.
Paul Stender has come up with a novel way of making his car go faster - by strapping a cruise missile engine to its roof.
Artist Luke Jerram reproduced some of the deadly bacteria and viruses in glass.
Jerram created each virus and bacterium in its 'natural', colorless state.
I bet it's a Chinese fake.
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The image features the nuclear firepower.
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Superman Thanksgiving Parade Float from 1940.
The most expensive Christmas tree.
Pretty much every pop culture icon ever.
The Greater Tokyo Area, as compared to the UK.
XEROX 9700 Printer from 1977.