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What is it? Rat brains?

So what is this thing, with its horrifying structure Is it the exploded brains of a rat Or maybe some human remains For an answer look [url=http://enwikipediaorg/wiki/Gyromitra_esculenta]here[/url]

Putin disguised as a tourist during Reagan visit

See the guy with the camera around his neck standing behind the boy That’s current Vladimir Putin pretending to be a tourist when we know today that he was a KGB agent According to the photographer the Secret Service was under no illusions at the time however, and acknowledged the so-called “tourists” were KGB Souza recounts a story from a trip to Russia with Reagan He shot photos of Reagan as the president toured Moscow's Red Square with then-Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev Gor

Sylvester Stallone at 63 picture

Sylvester Stallone is looking pretty good! I like his tats : Here is his biography http://wwwimdbcom/name/nm0000230/bio

Would this image drive you to drink or drive you from it?

Looking at the expressions of the women in this photo I am not sure exactly what they are trying to accomplish Maybe a good stiff dose of alcohol might make them seem more er attractive

Kamchatka bears and humans

Nice to see two species both after the same goal, to get some fish to eat The Kamchatka bears are native to the Kamchatka peninsula in Eastern Russia and are some of the largest bears on earth weighing up to 1,600 pounds While they normally don’t pose a threat to humans, just don't get between the bears and a pool of fish More pictures here http://englishrussiacom/p=1685 More about Kamchatka http://enwikipediaorg/wiki/Kamchatka_Peninsula

Americans with guns - photo collection of people and their weapons

The American National Rifle Association estimated that in 1999 there were about 215,000,000 guns in American with about one gun in every second household Photographer Kyle Cassidy began to wonder who these people actually were and over two years undertook the task of photographing and interviewing 100 American gun owners in their homes Kyle Cassidy traveled 15,000 miles over two years photographing Americans in their homes and asking one question: “Why do you own a gun” A good qu

Beautiful desert oasis picture somewhere in Libya

Someone walked right through the middle of the scene: This is a link to the full sized image http://wwwresimler7com/tum/doga/Desert_Oasis__Libyajpg

Russias napalm testing tunnels - bizarre tunnels

This abandoned Russian fortress has melted brick icicles from the heat of napalm tests The reason for it to have such a strange look is because it was used later by Russian army to test the influence of Russian alternative to napalm inside of the brick houses Due to very high temperature of napalm the bricks started melting just like ice melts in the spring forming the icicles, but those icicles are of red brick Many more pics on the link http://englishrussiacom/p=2284

Koala gets wet to cool down in Australian heat - cute pictures

A wonderful picture of a Koala in a tub of water trying to cool down Just show how everything is feeling the heat there at present [img]http://farm4staticflickrcom/3094/3249221642_ae8db20e93jpg[/img] [img]http://farm4staticflickrcom/3427/3249221702_0e05fe67aejpg[/img] From http://wwwflickrcom/photos/34511902@N06/3249221794/in/set-72157613289899182/

Science flies you to the moon ...

Islam flies you into buildings

Octopus - The $200 million Paul Allen super yacht with 2 submarines and 7 boats in it

The Worlds Largest Privately Owned Yacht “Octopus” In 2003, the launch of Paul Allen's 127m 416ft "Octopus" secured its number one position as the world's largest yacht Octopus cost Allen over US$200 million and has Permanent crew of 60, including several former Navy Seals Octopus is currently the world's eighth largest superyacht, owned by Paul Allen, the co-founder of Microsoft, to whom it was delivered in 2003 Octopus is the second largest superyacht that is not owned by a

Google streetview car kills faun - complete photos

The google streetview car takes out a faun and captures it all on streetview Mysteriously Google seems to have removed the images from the link However the truth is out there, Google killed Bambi [url=http://mapsgooglecom/ie=UTF8&layer=c&cbll=42953557,-77663247&panoid=6vAkor2kYZz3m5_1iSkMrw&cbp=12,18153727377395012,,0,2175107339062427&t=h&ll=42953463,-77663242&spn=0,35988945&z=13]Faun kill[/url] Bigger images http://robsellcom/rs/Google_Van

European trains run on grass tracks

A wonderful way to change the landscape, no more ugly tarmac, instead rail tracks with nice grass There is no reason why small flowers couldn't also be used Hopefully they don't have to worry about animals such as rabbits or cows seeing it as a food source Although it’s certainly not a new idea to combine landscaping with public transportation, its wonderful to see these European trams gliding along on beds of grass From Barcelona to the Czech Republic, Frankfurt, St-Etienne and St

Abandoned Nuclear Lighthouses - pictures

The Northern Soviet waters were equipped with a string of lighthouses to mark the treacherous passages through the dark times of the years To make these remote beacons autonomous, they were powered by small nuclear reactors EnglishRussia has the fascinating story of how that all turned out, along with some pretty cool photos Then, after the collapse of the Soviet Union, the unattended automatic lighthouses did it job for some time, but after some time they collapsed too Mostly as a

Surf too good not to share with Orca

This guy's doesn't let anything get in the way of a good surf! Craig Hunter had paddled out past the breakers when he first spotted the giant dorsal fin Rather than point his board to shore and catch the first wave to land, the veteran Taranaki surfer shared his waves for 45 minutes with the big male orca and without realising it two young calves The orca, regular visitors to the Taranaki coast, paid little attention to the surfers at Stent Rd surf break near Cape Egmont on Saturda
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