"These Biracial Twin Sisters Born To A White Father And A Half-Jamaican Mother"
"Climate-controlled farms such as these grow crops around the clock and in every kind of weather. Each acre in the greenhouse yields as much produce as 10 outdoor acres, uses 95% less of water than traditional agriculture, and cuts the need for chemicals by 97 percent."
"01 Call Missed. IED that was defused before the detonation call was received."
"In 1930 the Indiana Bell building was rotated 90°. Over a month, the 22-million-pound structure was moved 15 inch/hr… all while 600 employees still worked there. There was no interruption to gas, heat, electricity, water, sewage, or the telephone service they provided. No one inside felt it move."
"Alienware’s ultra-wide curved screen from 2008."
"Early 1900s fireman suit for the fireman to get closer to the fire"
"A vending machine in Japan that sells solder and resistors, for your late-night circuitry cravings."
"My mom and uncle found a USAF target drone on the beach."
"Brain cells in a culture dish trying to form connections with each other."
"The weather in the Netherlands"
"Just a church in Durham, England (built 1351 years ago)"
"She was 11 when WWI started, 36 when WWII started, 74 when Star Wars released and 116 when Covid-19 started. And her name is Kane Tanaka as the world’s oldest living person at age 118 years. She was born on January 2, 1903."
“Frozen flower I found in Austin during the Texas winter storm”
“Today I saw a weird circle in the sky. Lots of folks pulled over to take pics of it.”
"It’s a blown transformer smoke ring." © SlippingAbout / Reddit
"Doesn’t have to be a transformer, could be a smokestack, fireworks, etc." © PA2SK / Reddit
“Sunlight hitting her ring just right”
"After I bought my wife’s diamond ring, I had a couple of weeks before I proposed. It’s a good size stone and internally flawless. I’d go find big dark spaces and shine my laser pointer into different facets. It was really cool in a dark large room and in my closet." © Mikelowe93 / Reddit
"The way the drizzle froze to the chicken wire"
“I found a shell that looks like an AirPod.”
“There was a small hole in the side of a trailer I was loading today, resulting in an image of the street outside being projected upside down on the opposite wall.”
“I photographed a squirrel so close that the reflection in its eye shows my phone and my hand with the pine nuts.”
"This cloud looks like a tornado."
“What would cause my friend’s lawn to look like this after the snow melted?”
"That’s some major vole activity. They look a lot like mice but tend to be very active under winter snows and like tunneling." © midrandom / Reddit
“This winter scene that appeared on our car”
“The river near me flooded, then froze, then the water receded leaving these hovering ice shelves on the trees.”
“My husband and I heard a big crash at 5 a.m., like something had fallen off the roof. Later he found this feather mass on the ground.”
"Showed this to my wife (ornithologist and zookeeper of 15+ years). The inside vary likely has fly eggs on it and the feathers are likely from a duck. But she has never seen a feathered mass grown off of a bird like this." © hsudude22 / Reddit.
"This is what the Burning Man festival looks like from above"
"Archaeologist Spends Over 35 Years Building Enormous Scale Model of Ancient Rome"
and without the exact time when rome should've looked like this it's worthless. But I think that's more a problem of the internet sharing this pic without crutial information.