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These soft patches of grass in Siberia look like a cool trampoline, but are actually concealing dangerous bubbles of methane. It’s probably a good thing the guy didn’t shoot the bubble at the end.

from Bloglovin’

328 foot-long floating barrier will collect ocean trash (Engadget)

328 foot-long floating barrier will collect ocean trash

from Sploid

Wonder Bread Plus Fire Makes a Miraculous Material

RT @aceabas: Wonder Bread Plus Fire Makes a Miraculous Material: Wonder Bread is already semi-miraculous: ... #teamfollowback

Bizarre 6-Inch Skeleton Shown to Be Human | Science/AAAS | News

from ScienceDaily

Ancient plants reawaken: Plants exposed by retreating glaciers regrowing after centuries entombed under ice

When University of Alberta researcher Catherine La Farge threads her way through the recently exposed terrain left behind by retreating glaciers, she looks at the ancient plant remains a lot closer than most. Now, her careful scrutiny has revealed a startling reawakening of long-dormant plants known as bryophytes.

How the language of Esperanto is making a play in the Internet age.

from Gizmodo

Engineer Discovers Something Amazing in Da Vinci's 'Irrelevant Scribbles'

Never assume that Leonardo Da Vinci’s doodles are meaningless. That, at least, is the takeaway of a new study out of the University of Cambridge, which shows that a page of Leonardo’s scribbled notes from 1493—previously dismissed as “irrelevant” by art historians—is actually the first written demonstration of the laws of friction.

Insanely rare pink dolphin spotted in Louisiana lake (Photos)

from National Geographic News

Desert-Dwelling Fish Can 'Hold Its Breath' for Five Hours

Picture of a group of desert pupfish

from National Geographic News

Watch: Cave-Climbing Fish Found—Is It Evolution in Action?

Picture of cave climbing fish