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    Photographer Jon Durr took this amazing time-lapse video of fans leaving Wembley Stadium on February 6, 2012, after the friendly game between England and Brazil.
    "Here is a short time-lapse of fans leaving Wembley Stadium after Brazil played England in an international friendly on February 6, 2012. I was positioned on a bridge over the walkway in front of the Wembley Park tube station. The police use the horses to regulate the flow of people in to the tub station, so the platforms do not become dangerously crowded.
    The match was obviously a sold out stadium of 90,000. The time-lapse begins about 20 minutes after the fans started leaving and about an hour elapses in it, so this is approximately 75% of the fans that left in this direction. A police officer told me that the space from the horses to the first black pole will have approximately 2,000-2,500 people when they are stopped
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    Jaws in 60 seconds
    Lethal Doses of Water Caffeine and Alcohol
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    Lethal doses of water, caffeine, and alcohol
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    Mini Dominoes Are 80 Times Smaller, mini dominoes toppled is 2,000, impressive.
    BioLite KettleCharge

    BioLite KettleCharge
    The BioLite KettleCharge($150) uses the water you boil to produce electricity. It works on a wide range of stoves and serves as a perfect personal-scale generator for your everyday devices. Just fill, heat, charge.
    KettleCharge uses a thermoelectric generator to provide power to pretty much whatever you decide to plug into the kettle's on-board USB port. As you bring the water to a boil, electricity is produced and sent to the Power Handle, leaving you with potable water and 10W of usable power. In other words, this thing can even charge a tablet.
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    How to slice a bagel into two congruent, linked halves.
    The Barisieur Alarm Clock doubles as a coffee
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    Designed by London-based industrial designer Josh Renouf, the Barisieur is an alarm clock that doubles as a coffee brewer.
    The alarm clock looks like one of those classic rectangular digital alarm clock with a chemistry set on top of it. The base of the Barisieur is American walnut with a digital clock display. There are knobs on the side and a switch for the coffee brewer next to the digital display. A small drawer on the front serves as storage for the sugar and ground coffee beans.
    The Barisieur first gently wakes you up with the sounds of steel ball bearings vibrating the water through induction heating, as well as with the smell of freshly brewed coffee.
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    Delightfully Twisted Porcelain Sculptures by Maria

    Delightfully Twisted Porcelain Sculptures by Maria
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    These weird twisted porcelain figurines by Danish artist Maria Rubinke(her facebook), featuring unfortunate kids with cute faces struggling through all sorts of strange maladies, from splitting headaches to...
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    Owl Skull Masks
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    These are the demon, dragon and owl skull masks hand sculpted, cast and painted by Catherine Gretschel of Etsy shop aishavoya.
    "Hand sculpted, slush cast polyurethane masks perfect for everything from a masquerade party or a LARP to an art piece hanging on the wall"
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