50 Incredible Pictures

When it comes to gadgets that I could use around the house, number 1 in this gallery of incredible pictures is it. I think it’s a wonderful way to cut down on the mowing requirements.

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Brick Laying Machine

And, to just keep us humble, consider the difference in the vision of the human vs the cat. It’s no wonder they enjoy going out at night. I’m also imagining if this is how Riddick would see the world, but hopefully with the addition of just a little color.

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Vision: Humans vs Cat

But be sure to check out the other 48 entires as well – it really is some amazing stuff:

50 Incredible Pictures That Might Teach You Something

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Milestones to Skynet – Turing Test Passed: Check!

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This past Saturday the first in a series of steps to our robotic overlords – at least in the way I view them – was accomplished when a program managed to fool a third of the judges in a Turing Test competition in London. The fictitious persona, Eugene Goostman, was created by software engineers Vladimir┬áVeselov

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Dunes of Mars

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Across the southern Martian Noachis Terra region, sand patterns are created by wind blown sand, resulting in unique forms whose structure is dependent on the tiny size of Martian sand grains. Photograph: NASA/JPL-Caltech/Univ. of Arizona

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Contact 1 – 200k LEGO Masterpiece

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When it comes to LEGO models, there are some that go by the instruction sheet, and others that go out on their own designs. But Mike Doyle does one even better by constructing his own 200,000 piece futuristic city, named “Contact 1″. I don’t think it would be a stretch to call this a SciFi

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Two Hulls House

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Sometimes a new take on architecture really catches one’s eye, and you have to admire its unique design. Such is the case of “Two Hulls House”, designed by┬áMacKay-Lyons Sweetapple Architects.  

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How Big Is The International Space Station

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Chances are good that you know about the ISS (aka International Space Station), but do you really know how big it is? At 109 m wide, is is only 1 meter short of a typical football field. In other words, it would stand taller than the Statue of Liberty if it was orientated in that

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Prehistoric Googling

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Prehistoric Googling…

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Inspired By Nature

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Northrop Grumman B-2 Spirit, inspired by Nature…

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Sometimes a Good Design Just Works

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  Sometimes a good design just works.

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Be in Two Places at Once Thanks to Your Double

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Wouldn’t it be great if you could be in two places at once? You would probably need your own double to make that happen. And that is exactly the thinking behind the Double, a device designed to empower you beyond your physical presence. The Double is a virtual presence (telepresence) device that could be described

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