Epic Images That Are Truly Fascinating (42 pics)

Posted in INTERESTING       15 Feb 2018       12222      

Korea marching as one during the Olympics

Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un impersonators that were thrown out of Winter Olympics opening ceremony

Elon Musk’s priceless reaction to the successful Falcon Heavy launch

Last pic of Starman in Roadster on its journey to Mars orbit and then the Asteroid Belt

Found at a local library

A young boy tries to protect his even younger sister during air strikes in Syria

Sign found outside a Saudi McDonalds

Iranian woman takes off her compulsory hijab and protests against mandatory dress code for women

Bill Gates’ daughter and Steve Jobs’ daughter

Picture of a Single Atom Wins Science Photo Contest

Sammy Sosa’s engagement photo is….something

Inside a salt mine

Basketball that has been sprayed with Vantablack looks like a dark portal to the underworld

Cancer cell under microscope

Swaziland at the UN

The Ascension of Christ, painting by Salvador Dali, 1958

A NASA space shuttle leaves the atmosphere.
A mother-biologist asked her 8-year-old son to leave a palm print in a Petri dish. After a couple of days, the imprint turned into such a “beauty” of bacteria and fungi.
The sun is shining on the door at such an angle that the font of the inscription’s shadow ceases to be italicized.
“This is an intact human nervous system that was dissected by medical students in 1925. It took them over 1,500 hours.”
Venice from a bird’s-eye view
“I have only 4 fingers on my left hand and an index finger instead of a thumb.”
“This local Mexican restaurant used to be a Chinese restaurant. Instead of painting over the mural, they just put sombreros on the pandas.”
Salt and pepper at high magnification
“My girlfriend found a bottle in the forest, which turned into a natural terrarium.”
“Untouched 1800’s cemetery preserved in the basement of a tall building built over it.”
A Viking ax before and after restoration
All stones on the shore of Lake Huron are colorful.
“I got a gummy beaver in my bag of gummy bears.”
“After having worked 15 years in the lobster industry, I got this one!”
Lithops are plants that can be seen in Namibia, South Africa, and Botswana. In the process of evolution, they became like stones.
“My daytime cold medicine melted in my car, and now they look like elf shoes.”
The size of a hawk’s claws compared to a man’s fist
“The backroom of the American Museum of Natural History”
“Today’s clementine had an almost perfect mini clementine inside...”
This is what a golden tiger looks like. It is even rarer than an albino tiger.
“A medieval surgeon repaired this broken bone with the help of a riveted copper plate. That’s how it looks.”
Anti-tank installations of the Second World War, which became visible only recently after the erosion of the soil in Newcastle, Australia.
This is a “ghost clock,” carved from a piece of mahogany. The sculpture does not have a face — it shows eternity, over which time does not have power.
The Elasmotherium is a big hairy unicorn that existed as early as 29,000 years ago. They are also called “Siberian unicorns.”

Phil Basser, a 99 year old Eagles fan since their inception in 1933: “If I live to be 100, I might see the Eagles win a SuperBowl.” He was at the stadium & turns 100 next month.

Robert Bobroczky could be the tallest NBA player of all time. He’s a 7-foot-7, Romanian-born prospect


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