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PostPosted: Fri Sep 08, 2017 8:40 pm    Post subject: Photographs/Images of General Interest Reply with quote

A glimpse of history: Most memorable pictures of all time

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The undiscovered secrets in famous works of art

GET TO KNOW THE GREATEST SECRETS OF CLASSIC WORKS OF ART!
Behind the inspiration of great artists such as Leonardo da Vinci, Van Gogh or Pablo Picasso can be hidden subliminal messages and details that escape us at first glance.

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News through the eyes of cartoonists

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The most bizarre objects that fell to Earth

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THE MOST BIZARRE OBJECTS THAT FELL FROM SPACE
Over the years, some peculiar objects have fallen from space and some unlucky people have been in the way. Click here to find out more.
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20 predictions that came true

20 PREDICTIONS THAT CAME TRUE

It’s easier to read into the past than predict the future. Yet, these predictions announced events that actually occurred thereafter...

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The Heartbreaking Image That Won Wildlife Photographer Of The Year

In a year when the natural world feels more under threat than ever, it is only fitting that the winner of the Wildlife Photographer of the Year should claim their prize for a brutal depiction of the human race's attempts to dismantle it.

Brent Stirton's winning image from the 2017 competition shows a dead black rhino in a South African game reserve. Its horns have been sawn off and are long gone, along with the poachers that committed the crime. It is an image that serves as a stark reminder of how vulnerable our planet is, and an indication of how much we need to do to protect it.

"Brent's image highlights the urgent need for humanity to protect our planet and the species we share it with," says Sir Michael Dixon, the director of the Natural History Museum, which runs the competition."The shocking picture of an animal butchered for its horns is a call to action for us all.
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The Wildlife Photographer of the Year is on show at the Natural History Museum from Friday 20th October 2017-28th May 2018. For more information and tickets, click here.

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Photo of elephant and calf fleeing fire-throwing mob wins top prize

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An arresting image showing an adult elephant and its calf fleeing a mob attack has won a top Asian wildlife photography prize.

It shows the two animals running among a crowd that has hurled flaming tar balls and crackers at them, reportedly to ward the elephants away from human settlements.

The picture, titled “Hell is here”, was taken by Biplab Hazra, a wildlife photographer from West Bengal state, and won the 2017 Sanctuary’s Wildlife Photographer of the Year award.

The Sanctuary Nature Foundation, which awarded the prize, said: “In the Bankura district of West Bengal, this sort of humiliation of pachyderms is routine, as it is in the other elephant-range states of Assam, Odisha, Chhattisgarh, Tamil Nadu and more.”

“This sort of conflict is increasing every day,” said Christy Williams, the World Wildlife Fund country director in Myanmar, who researches elephants in the region.

He said elephants were increasingly being pushed out of existing habitats by human behaviour. “There are forests being cut down, degraded, and also being fragmented by development like new roads and pipelines.”

India is home to around 30,000 Asian elephants, 70% of the world’s population, with around 800 in West Bengal, according to the most recent official count.

Co-existence between humans and elephants was especially difficult, Williams said.

“Elephants are huge – they are the biggest mammal on land and they have huge home ranges, around 800 sq km. Such huge unreserved forest tracts are becoming very rare,” he said.
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Murders that changed the world

MURDERS THAT CHANGED THE WORLD
Political leaders, famous artists, and other powerful people have been victims of homicides that may have changed the course of history.
Click here to see which homicides changed everything.

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Exciting world wonders we've only just discovered

Recently discovered world wonders

From secret Maya pyramids to buried treasures and hidden cities, we bring you some of the most exciting archaeological discoveries of modern times. Channel your inner Indiana Jones and read on, for an amazing insight into powerful dynasties, brutal battles and ancient cults.

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Can You Spot the Animals Camouflaged in These Photos?

Snow leopard

If you take a quick look at this photo, the majestic snow leopard could easily be one of the surrounding rocks.Can't find it? Look on the right side of the image, towards the center. Look for its open mouth. Here are some things you never knew about (house) cats.

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25 Oldest Things in the World

From family heirlooms to antiques shops to museums, many Americans share an obsession the extremely old. This includes both man-made artifacts, such as a 130,000-year old piece of jewelry, and natural relics, such as the fossilized remains of a Nyasasaurus found in Africa believed to be the oldest dinosaur fossil on Earth.

When the history books are not enough, these relics give us a tangible glimpse into the style, materials, and needs of another time.

The early cave paintings, like the 40,000 year-old ones in El Castillo, Spain, lack some of the later-developed perspective techniques and drawing tools.
In other cases, mankind’s first attempts at art, photography, architecture, and music can be either beautiful in their simplicity or impressive in in their ingenuity. The earliest known photograph, Nicéphore Niépce’s “View from the Window at Le Gras," isn't a beautiful landscape or a poignant look at a subject. But capturing the first image paved the way for entirely new ways for people to express themselves.

Of course, many of the oldest items on earth do not invite any artistic analysis because they were either around long before humanity was around or because they are naturally created. This includes the oldest tree, over 5,000 years old, and the oldest known rock, which is slightly older than that -- by about 229 million, 995 thousand years.

24/7 Wall St. reviewed scientific journals, record collecting organizations, newspapers, and other sources to identify the oldest known item in each of a number of categories. Often, there is less than a historical or scientific consensus as to which is the actual oldest item. These are not necessarily the first thing made in a particular category, rather, they are the oldest surviving version.

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Remembering Pearl Harbor

On Dec. 7, 1941, the Imperial Japanese Navy led a surprise attack against the U.S. naval base at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, U.S. A total of 353 Japanese fighter planes attacked and destroyed eight U.S. navy battleships, 188 U.S. aircraft and killed 2,403 Americans, leaving 1,178 wounded. In this selection of powerful images, we remember the fateful moments in the wake of the attack and its aftermath.

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Meet the world's 50 richest billionaires of 2017

We put together a list of the world's richest people, using data from Bloomberg.
The majority of the billionaires on the list are self-made self-starters who built business empires in tech, finance, fashion, and sports.
A few of the billionaires inherited stakes in their family's companies.
There's rich. And then there's world's richest people rich.
To make it into the latter group, you need a net worth of at least $19.1 billion.
Using the calculations from the Bloomberg Billionaires Index, we put together a list of the 50 richest people in the world. Bloomberg updates its data at the close of every trading day in New York, and our list is based on the latest data available for November 30. Since Bloomberg News doesn't report on Bloomberg LP, we added him using his estimated net worth from Forbes.
The majority of the billionaires on the list are self-made self-starters who built business empires in tech, finance, fashion, and sports. A few inherited stakes in their family's companies.
From tech tycoons to luxury car heiresses, here are the 50 richest people on earth.

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These are 15 of the best photos scientists took in 2017 — and they show the world in stunning ways

Scientists explore the most unique corners of our world. They survey the frigid waters underneath the edge of Antarctica, watch polar bears circle as they look for a patch of ice to rest on, and gaze up at the stars from the high altitude Chilean desert.

They're able to capture some pretty stunning photos while they do all that.
Some of the best of these images are showcased in the annual Royal Society Publishing Photography Competition.

Check out a selection of the finalists and winners here.

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World records set in 2017

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25 richest countries in the world

Income inequality has become a hot button political issue in the United States over the last several years. Unequal distribution of wealth is not an issue unique to the United States, however.

North America is home to fewer than 5% of the global population -- yet the continent’s combined gross domestic product accounts for over one-quarter of global economic activity. Meanwhile, South Asia is home to nearly one-quarter of the world’s population, yet the region's economic output accounts for less than 4% of global GDP.

While GDP is a practical way to measure the size of a given country or region’s economy, it does not accurately reflect the overall wealth of a population. Unlike GDP, gross national income, or GNI, accounts for all economic activity within a country’s borders in addition to wealth generated by nationally-owned entities operating abroad. Adjusted to the population and converted to U.S. dollars, GNI per capita is an accurate approximation of the average income of residents of a given country.

Using data from the World Bank, 24/7 Wall St. reviewed GNI per capita in over 170 nations to identify the 25 richest countries in the world. Worldwide GNI is about $10,300 per person. In the world’s 25 wealthiest nations, GNI per capita is far higher, ranging from $27,600 to over $82,300.

Click ahead to see the richest countries in the world.

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25 poorest countries in the world

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These surreal images might look fake, but they are actually completely real

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Pictures of the Year 2017

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Churches, CEOs & cattle barons: the world's biggest landowners revealed

DISCOVER WHO REALLY OWNS MOST OF THE PLANET

Ever wondered which individuals and organizations own the most land globally? The answers may surprise you. Counting down from 100 to one, we spill the beans on the largest non-government landowners in the world.

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World War II in 100 powerful pictures

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40 Facts So Funny They’re Hard to Believe

"You don't really start getting old until you stop learning," software magnate and billionaire philanthropist Bill Gates told Time Magazine last year. That’s not just true for rich tech icons. Studies have shown that learning something new every day can improve your brain health and make you happier. But most people would rather skip the studying and stick with entertainment. And why not? Studies have proven that laughter is the best medicine. If only there was a way to fill our heads with new knowledge while also appeasing our appetites for silly good fun.You’re in luck. We’ve assembled 40 of the weirdest, funniest, jaw-dropping factoids of all time. Take a break and read ‘em all. It may seem like you’re wasting time online, but you’re actually making yourself smarter and healthier. And when you’re done here, continue your self-improvement with these 10 Amazing Facts to Make You Smarter This Week.

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50 Incredible images of space like you've never seen before

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45 Photos Guaranteed to Make You Cry

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Breathtaking Sights Around the World You Can See for Free

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Symphony of the Seas: World's largest cruise ship sets sail

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After three years of construction, the world's largest cruise ship just set sail from Barcelona, Spain, on its inaugural voyage to destinations around the Mediterranean.

But the ship's record-breaking size isn't its only claim to fame.

The Symphony of the Seas is home to the tallest waterslide at sea, the ocean's fastest Internet and more works of art than the Louvre has paintings.

"The most surprising and memorable thing for me was that first sight of the ship -- seeing how big and immense it is," Balwin Yeung, Royal Caribbean's director of sales and marketing in Hong Kong, tells CNN Travel.

"You can actually see it the moment you almost step out of the airport in Barcelona, since the port is just 10 to 15 minutes away. It makes a huge first impression."
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Highway to Hell: The worst traffic jams in history

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10 Biggest Unsolved Mysteries About Planet Earth

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Feast your eyes, heart, and mind on some of the most stunning science and nature photography of 2018

Reporters and editors at Business Insider and Insider see, analyze, and write about thousands of stunning science and nature photos every year.

Some pictures tell stories and reveal truths stronger than words could, occasionally inspiring enough minds or wrenching enough hearts to change the course of history. Other images hide amazing secrets that beg to be shown, explained, and demystified.

The best images force us to reconsider how we think the world works and looks (and are also visually arresting, of course). Such shots often show a feat or a discovery, but they can also underscore the scope and reality of ongoing or looming disasters.

As we speed toward the New Year, we rounded up some of our favorite photos of 2018. Take a look.

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50 most incredible rock formations in the world

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Tallest, longest, deepest and largest things around the world

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St. John's photographer captures shot of a lifetime with Signal Hill fox

Carol Ann Ryan couldn't believe what she was seeing as she peered through the viewfinder of her camera on Saturday.

A silver fox had cornered a small vole at the top of Signal Hill overlooking St. John's, not far from the end of her lens. The small rodent stood on its hind legs, almost as if it were pleading for mercy, before the unrelenting fox devoured its breakfast.

"That morning it was –13, plus wind chill, blowing winds. I thought I'd just do a little walk around. And there he was," she said. "You never know what you're going to get."

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