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Eruption of the volcano from space

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Bizarre Cloud over Moscow

Natural, unnatural or supernatural? A bizarre cloud that formed in the overcast skies above Russia's capital city defied expanation while causing consternation.

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Moscow in slow motion.

Moscow in slow motion. Camera and montage - Andrey Stvolinsky.

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7,000,000 or...

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Mythbusters Make A 1 Million Matches Bomb

1 million matches go off in some seconds.For the action, go to 4:00

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Undercover Investigation at Hy-Line Hatchery

Thrown, dropped, mutilated, and ground-up alive. This is the disturbing reality faced by hundreds of thousands of chicks each day at the world's largest egg-laying breed hatchery Hy-Line International in Spencer, Iowa.

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Franken Calms Down Health Care Opponents

While coverage of the health care reform debate has focused on yelling, booing and fistfights, not all engagements between lawmakers and constituents turn hostile. Sen. Al Franken (D-Minn.) discussed his beliefs and goals about health care reform at the Minnesota State Fair Wednesday with a group of constituents, and calmed down some who were upset

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Man...That's Low!

An RAF Harrier jet shows just how low it can get as a serviceman poses at the end of the runway.

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Burning Stuff For A Living

Mike Melnechuk of the Nature Conservancy sets prairie fires for a living. Jorge Ribas finds out what it takes to be a burn boss.

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The Daily Show and Colbert Reports Classiest Fart Moments

Even Shakespeare thought that farts are funny. The only excuse not to laugh at a fart is because you're too busy laughing at a queef. These guys know what I'm talking about.

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Woman Steals 12Pack of Beer in panties: "WTF"

Zachary police arrested Lisa Newsome, 42, Monday who is accused of hiding a 12-pack of beer between her legs to steal it from a grocery store. "This Video is unbelievable"

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A Call for Open Source Genetic Engineering

American farmers are incredibly inventive, innovative, and accomplished. They can do whatever we ask them, we just need to give them a new set of requirements...

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Home Demolition at Russia

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Millau Viaduct - The highest of the bridges

'The highest of the bridge's seven concrete pillars stands at 1,125 feet, 62 feet higher than the Eiffel Tower. At almost 1.5 miles, it is longer than the Champs Elysees and slightly curved to afford drivers a dramatic view of the surrounding countryside and the ancient town of Millau with its medieval bell tower.

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AT&T Long Lines Building

Due to the building's technical nature, the height of each floor is 6 m – almost double that of the normal office building – and there are thus only 29 storeys altogether.The almost windowless 167.5 m tall concrete slab is clad in pink-coloured Swedish granite and has six large protrusions which rise to the top, giving the building a castle-like appearance. These shafts house elevators, stairs and ductwork. On the 10th and 29th floors there are series of large, protruding ventilation openings.

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Repeat photography has become a valuable tool for communicating effects of global warming. USGS has a catalog of dozens

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5 Deadliest Cities in The World

1. Chernobyl, Ukraine 2. Dzerzhinsk, Russia 3. Haina, Dominican Republic 4. Kabwe, Zambia 5. La Oroya, Peru

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This awesome picture was taken in Bitterroot National Forest in Montana on August 6, 2000

The photographer, John McColgan, is a fire behavior analyst from Fairbanks, Alaska. He took the picture with a digital camera. Because he was working at the time he took the picture he cannot profit from it; however, we feel the picture is a once-in-a-lifetime shot and should be shared

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Piracy helps stop global warming [pic]

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Rainforest briquettes

A worker feeds lumber cut from virgin Amazon jungle trees into one of nearly 1,200 ovens just outside the town of Ulianopolis in Para state, Brazil. The wood will be converted to charcoal to heat homes and fire iron smelters. Brazil's charcoal industry is one of the leading causes of the rainforest destruction.

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