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  • Which six countries hold half the world’s population?

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    As of this month, the world’s population is now 7.2 billion, according to the United Nations, which celebrates World Population Day today. According to U.N. data, half of the people around the globe (3.6 billion) live in just a half-dozen countries. China has the world’s largest population (1.4 billion), followed by India (1.3 billion). The next most-populous nations – the United States, Indonesia, Brazil and Pakistan – combined have less than 1 billion people.

    Gif: X-Ray Gifs

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    San Francisco-based designer Cameron Drake created this amazing series of anatomical GIFs.
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    Typographical Bus Stop

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    The bus stop was unveiled last month by artist collective mmmm…, a creative collaboration between Emilio Alarcón, Alberto Alarcón, Ciro Márquez, and Eva Salmerón, who have been designing public spaces in Madrid since 1998. This is their second project in the United States. Their wood and steel sculpture entitled BUS provides shelter for people from the sun and the rain, as well as provides a place to sit or lie down. Via the collective’s website:
    "BUS is made with wood and steel, materials that are typically used to build urban furniture. The three letters of BUS are big enough to accommodate two to four people each and protect them from rain, sun, wind, and inclement weather. They allow people to assume different postures of sitting or standing while waiting for the bus. The S allows people to lie back while they wait, and the B provides shelter."
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    soldiers' kit from 1066 to 2014

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    Thom Atkinson, a photographer, has documented the personal gear carried by British soldiers from  1066 to 2014(13 photos, telegraph).

    Lemon Velvet Cake

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    Lemon Velvet Cake by ibakeheshoots.

    Extreme close up photo of a living human brain

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    A living human brain. This photo caught my eyes!
    The photo was taken Robert Ludlow—of the Institute of Neurology at the University of Central London—while operating a patient to treat his epilepsy. It won the Wellcome Image Award two years ago.
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    Amazing Things Someone Might Find Outside

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    These are all things you may be able to find outside right now. By  Rosemary Mosco.

    Stunning photos taken by the two Russian daredevils atop Shanghai Tower

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    These incredible photos taken by Vadim Makhorov and Vitaliy Raskalov, the two Russian daredevils who climbed the second tallest building in the world—the 2132-foot Shanghai Tower. Go to their sites, you can see more other awesome urban exploration photographs.
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    Beverage Logic

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    By the doghouse diaries.
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    Picture: She is not happy!

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    She(he) is not happy!

    Photo: Horse Lady

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    Horse Lady

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    Tarantino's Disney Posters

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    Written by Alex J. Mann and re-designed by Jennifer Sanders, this is a funny collection of re-imagined Disney movie posters—that is, if they were directed by Quentin Tarantino. More images after more. Haha, Cool
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    This week news: Korean Factory Workers Don Exoskeletons for Superhuman Strength

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    "At Daewoo’s South Korean shipyard, lifting and moving massive slabs of metal as if they’re made of foam could soon be a basic job requirement for workers. Of course, they’ll have some help: robotic exoskeletons, which made their debut last year at the company’s manufacturing facility, are on the rise.
     After successfully testing the exoskeletons last year, the shipbuilding giant hopes to soon outfit some of their employees with the technology, giving them the superhuman strength to take production to new heights, New Scientist reports. The prototypes tested allowed workers to pick up 65-pound objects and manipulate them with ease, but Daewoo plans to increase the exoskeletons’ carrying capacity to roughly 220 pounds with design improvements
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