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- Met Keanu Reeves while riding today.
- Chicago skyline visible from nearly 50 miles away in Indiana Dunes sunset.
- Definitely not two undercover NYPD officers riding the subway on NYE…
- Tiny underwater sand dunes may shed light on larger terrestrial and Martian formations
- In Die Hard (1988), the couple hooking up in the beginning are still together in the end.
- Police in UK utilised a metal detector in in order to tackle and deter knife possession.
- TIL in Nome, Alaska in 1925, a diphtheria epidemic struck and there was no antitoxin left. Land, air, and sea routes were unavailable, so 20 mushers and 150 sled dogs relayed the serum across 674 miles in 5 1/2 days, in subzero temperatures, near-blizzard conditions and hurricane-force winds.
- TIL in 2017, a woman named Chau Smith ran seven marathons in seven consecutive days on seven continents in celebration of her 70th birthday.
- In one of the most rewarding shots of my career, I captured the International Space Station in conjunction with the 53-mile-wide Tycho crater on the moon. More details in the comments.
- TIL There are only two confirmed cases of a Kangaroo fatally attacking a person: attacking a hunter in 1936 and a 77 year old woman in 2022. In contrast Lulu, a pet kangaroo, saved a farmers life by alerting the farmers family after a tree fell upon him in 2003.
- Literally shaking rn! One of my good friends asked for a favor. If her sis in law could stay in my guest room in Miami for her BBL appt… BIG REGRET!
- 10 y.o actor Asa Butterfield in the chamber scene of The Boy In The Striped Pajamas (2008). He said “I remember being in a room full of men, some of whom were completely naked, and it was dark, and they shut the door on us, and it was just awful.”
- A family poses in front of a 1,341 year old Sequoia tree nicknamed “Mark Twain” that was felled in 1892 after a team of two men spent 13 days sawing it in the Pacific Northwest. The giant tree was 331 feet tall (100 meters).
- Scientists Destroyed 95% of Toxic ‘Forever Chemicals’ in Just 45 Minutes, Study Reports | Using hydrogen and UV light, scientists reported destroying 95% of two kinds of toxic PFAS chemicals in tap water in under an hour.
- Workers are less likely to go on strike in recent decades because they are more likely to be in debt and fear losing their jobs. Study examined cases in Japan, Korea, Sweden, the United States and the United Kingdom over the period 1970–2018.