Our planet is creating with huge work of art. Its landscapes is very amazing and creative. From a bird’s-eye view, water systems resemble huge snakes that twist between fields and forests.
Inspired by the art of Earth, one creative user of the Instructables website AlexT9 got the idea to create his own DIY waterway map [Do it yourself], illuminated with a brilliant blue resin. The map of waterways depicts all the US rivers with their tributaries. The design of the card resembles a venous system, since it is illuminated in blue using a special resin.
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People around the world are increasingly looking at the clock, not to miss an important point. Time – that is what seems to be starting to go faster on the eve of any event or important work, but speed never change of these ten dials of the clock … never change the size of time.
10. Colgate Clock, Indiana, United States
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Atomic age began July 16, 1945: the date of reference is considered to be the first successful test of a nuclear bomb, which took place in the New Mexico desert in the Manhattan Project. Less than a month later, the atomic bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki were dropped. Since then, until the signing of the Comprehensive Nuclear Test Ban Treaty in 1996, over 2,000 nuclear test explosions have occurred in the outer islands, atolls and desert areas of the world.
The vast majority of these attacks occurred in the United States and the Soviet Union: the superpowers were preparing for a war for survival. Before you place that would be quite amiss in the annals of this sad story – access curious tourists here is now open.
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Each year, the research unit of The Economist publishes two reports – of the most expensive and cheapest cities to live in the world. The first report, which is called the Worldwide Cost of Living, considered factors such as the price of food, fuel and income levels. Due to the strengthening of the US dollar and the devaluation of national currencies of other countries in the rankings this year, one can observe a major change compared with the previous report. Before you – the nine most expensive cities to live in the world.
9. Seoul, South Korea
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Noah’s Ark is located in Williams-town, Kentucky USA. The creators claim that it is a replica of the biblical repeating its size: about 155 m long, 25 m wide and 15 m in height. Inside the building cost of 100 million euros is a museum, which exhibits explain the essence of the Biblical tradition. It is reported that the ark may even be launched.
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Today I want to introduce the impressive work of 28-year-old American photographer Logan Zillmer from the town of Grand Rapids (Michigan, USA). Processing your images in Photoshop, the author creates amazing photo manipulation, like illustrations to a world of fantasy.
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