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US has 25% of the world’s incarcerated people

Wow, those are big numbers. Having 25% of the world’s incarcerated people is a heavy toll on the budget and tells something about the criminal system itself. It seems that USA has the highest imprisonment rate per 1000 people in the world and that the convicts, once they get out of the prisons, are not […]

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Bitcoin: 10 things you didn’t knew about this digital currency

Bitcoin is a great experiment as a decrentalised currency, but it also poses some risks. For example, it is used for illegal payments in the deep web and you can easily lose them is your computer crashes. So, here are a couple of things about bitcoin: – it is claimed that the bitcoin were invented […]

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The big mechanical bees of the flying human race

Europe 24 from NATS on Vimeo. Airplanes. Those big, nice, air-ships that lead us to the clouds and above. The video from above shows a visualization of the flights throughout Europe in any given day. Impressing. From the video drescription: This data visualization of Air Traffic in Europe was created from real flight data. It […]

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Google and Ray-Ban to Offer More Wearable Tech

Nowadays, wearable tech is all the hype for people trying to keep up with the tech scene. One of the pioneers of this trend is Google Glass by Google the tech giant. Recent news revealed that Google is partnering with the designer team behind Ray-Ban to come up with more wearable Google glasses. The partnership […]

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Giift.com – gift cards, yay or nay? What to Do With Unwanted Gift Cards? [S]

Search your wallets, purse, dresser drawer or even your junk drawer, and you are likely to find all kinds of unused or partially used gift cards. Survey According to CEB TowerGroup forecast, approximately 85 percent of the population exchanged gifts cards in the year of 2012 in the United States. From about $3 billion of […]

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The sum of all positive numbers is -1/12

Ouch. That is something that can hurt your brain, but actually mathematicians have a ton of tricks up their sleeves. Remember the number i, which is the square root of -1, a thing that would not normally exist if there weren’t a category of complex numbers used in math? In the same way, the sum […]

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Fashion in free fall? Why not? Basejumpers show off fashion wares in the air!

Go Pro presented a video in which fashion wares are shown off during a free fall of basejumpers. We have in there Roberta Mancino’s love for basejumps and fashion clothes presented in a video where basejumpers Giovanni Silvestri, Andrey Karr, Luca Tondelli, and Maurizio Di Palma do their best. They jumped from Italy’s Monte Brento […]

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Cat Jurrasic Park: awesomeness becomes scary when you replace Velociraptors with cats

It doesn’t matter that the video edit could be done better, the guys at WeAreCamera (Facebook) , from Bangkok, Thailand, have come up with a great idea: use cats instead of Velociraptors in the Jurassic Park movie. The idea is great and somewhat funny/scary. No idea what to say. In any case it seems that […]

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Travel secrets from BuzzFeed

If you want to travel, then you need to prepare yourself by knowing first, how to handle certain situations. Now that the boilerplate text has been written, what does BuzzFeed give us as advice? Well, check some of these pieces of advice: – ask at the hotel desk if you forget your charger – those […]

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And again: what do geek and nerd mean?

Awhile ago i wrote about the distinction between geek and nerd: a nerd is a guy who is passionate about a subject and he is working in that field already, while a geek is only a fan of that subject. In the video from above you can see that the origins of the word “geek” […]

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