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    This is a series of DC Comics characters in the style of Norman Rockwell Saturday Evening Post covers as imagined by DeviantARTist OnlyMilo (aka Ruiz Burgos).
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    Sunset Island, Lake Superior, Canada
    Beautiful!
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    Hey look, the Giant iPhone 6 Billboard bends just like the phone too!
    "the bent iPhone 6 poster in Berlin is real an hilarious " image from @taknil
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    Walter's human strapped a GoPro camera to his back to get a dog's eye view of his run to the beach from his home in Siracusa, Sicily, Italy.
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    "The reproduction number, or "R nought," is a mathematical term that tells you how contagious an infectious disease is. Specifically, it's the number of people who catch the disease from one sick person, on average, in an outbreak.*
    Take, for example, measles. The virus is one of the most contagious diseases known to man. It's R0 sits around 18. That means each person with the measles spreads it to 18 people, on average, when nobody is vaccinated. (When everyone is vaccinated, the R0 drops to essentially zero for measles).
    At the other end of the spectrum are viruses like HIV and hepatitis C. Their R0s tend to fall somewhere between 2 and 4. They're still big problems, but they spread much more slowly than the measles.
    And that brings us back to Ebola. Despite its nasty reputation, the virus's R0 really isn't that impressive. It typically sits around 1.5 to 2.0.
    Even in the current epidemic in West Africa, where the virus has been out of control, each person who has gotten sick has spread Ebola to only about two others, on average."
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    The most popular browsers around the world, image from wikia.com.
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    Redditor IHunt posted a Reddit thread sharing his/her drawings on Starbucks cups, which are completed during lulls at work. The creative doodler transforms the mermaid girl into all kinds of cool characters,  like Catwoman or a Ninja Turtle. More images after more.
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    The Aral Sea, was once the fourth largest in the world.
    "Although irrigation made the desert bloom, it devastated the Aral Sea. This series of images from the Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer (MODIS) on NASA’s Terra satellite documents the changes. At the start of the series in 2000, the lake was already a fraction of its 1960 extent (black line). The Northern Aral Sea (sometimes called the Small Aral Sea) had separated from the Southern (Large) Aral Sea. The Southern Aral Sea had split into eastern and western lobes that remained tenuously connected at both ends.
    By 2001, the southern connection had been severed, and the shallower eastern part retreated rapidly over the next several years. Especially large retreats in the eastern lobe of the Southern Sea appear to have occurred between 2005 and 2009, when drought limited and then cut off the flow of the Amu Darya. Water levels then fluctuated annually between 2009 and 2014 in alternately dry and wet years. Dry conditions in 2014 caused the Southern Sea’s eastern lobe to completely dry up for the first time in modern times."
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    The Wondrous Water Towers of New York City by  Pop Chart Lab. Big pic!
    "This visual compendium arrays a curated selection of the city skyline’s unsung signatures: its wondrous water towers. From the rainbow-tiled tower in DUMBO to the twin-tank setup in Midtown East to the lime-tinged filtration-point in Richmond Hill, Queens, over two dozen industrial artifacts have been richly hand-illustrated here, highlighting the heterogeneity of these high-rising hydro-structures. (Fun fact: Though many of these towers may look like antiques, this time-tested technology has yet to be topped, and still provides precious H20 to most buildings in the city six stories or taller.)"
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    This is a visual guide to Star Trek uniforms created by the folks at CostumeSupercenter to drum up some free advertising for themselves in time for Halloween. A guide for Star Trek fans.
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    India's Mars Orbiter now successfully circling the Red Planet, it's now beaming back its first images. Snapped on September 28th from 74,500 kilometers above the planet.
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    12 types of people that you see on Facebook. By Wrong Hands/John Atkinson.
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