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15 Surreal Landscapes Made from Food

Artist and photographer Carl Warner began his career in landscape and still photography, working many years in the advertising industry. Seeking new inspiration and direction one day, he happened upon a market with Portobello mushrooms that reminded him of trees from an alien world. This would become his first foodscape and the start of a new and exciting direction in his career. Warner’s foodscapes have garnered international media attention and the series has led to books, interviews and merchandising. The foodscapes success has also allowed Warner to pursue a number of artistic and personal projects.

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The 10 Most Clever Ways Bill Nye Tricked Us Into Learning About Science

he world would be a much grayer place without Bill Nye, who's of the one few childhood icons from the 1990s worth feeling nostalgic for (sorry, Binyah Binyah Pollywog). He taught us about science, yo, and in a world where you never know when you'll need to wipe the contents of a laptop clean with a magnet, it's an important topic to be knowledgeable in. Especially when it's coming from a man with a deep passion for the topic, not a 75-year-old half-deaf war veteran who doubles as the middle school gym teacher. So, in honor of the Science Guy being alive (and his amazing video directed toward evolution deniers), here are 10 clever ways Bill Nye tricked us into learning about science as kids.

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The 30 Best Shotguns of the Last 10 Years

From pumps to autoloaders to double barrels, Outdoor Life has tested a lot of shotguns over the last decade. Each year we spend a week at the range torture testing the newest guns on the market. The years and years of testing have given us a mountain of data that serves as the ultimate buyer's guide for gun nuts. In this gallery we ranked the 30 best shotguns to hit the market in the last 10 years. The first 10 guns are Shooting Editor John Snow's personal favorites followed by the Editor's Choice winners and then the Great Buy winners. To round out the list are all of the honorable mentions.

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10 Best Secret Islands Around The World

Our world has a lot of beautiful islands and some of them are really magnificent and full of natural resources and minerals, but some islands are still unexplored and are secret as many people don't know about them. The culture and life style on these islands are very unique. Here are world’s best secret islands you may ever want to visit.

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10 Things I Learned Eating On $1 A Day For A Month

sister challenged me to try and eat well for a month spending only $1 a day for food. It probably would have been wise if I had thought about how much I hate shopping and cooking before I took on the challenge, but once I committed, nothing could stop me (not even a trip to the emergency room — two times — in the first week) I began May 1 with absolutely no food and managed to stay under my $31 budget for the month (I bought $597.96 worth of food and other stuff for $27.08 during the month). Here are some of the things I learned.

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5 Ways to Clean Up Your Social Media Identity

There’s an implicit pressure on social media enthusiasts to be connected in more than one way. It’s not enough to have a Facebook() page, you need a Twitter() account as well. What do you mean you’re not on LinkedIn()? Well, at least you have a blog on Wordpress() or Tumblr(), right? There is no requirement to spread your digital self thin, but many of us are still juggling more than one online profile (I’m currently balancing at least five). Each of these profiles offers us a chance to connect with new communities in different ways, but each network needs to be managed and updated. With so many online profiles, questions are bound to arise. Is your bio page the same across all platforms? Should it be?

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11 Commercials for Defunct '90s Food and Drinks

Back in the 90s, you could buy any of these things. You could get them all at the same time if you wanted. Now you can’t get any of these products in stores, but you can shell out too much cash for a 16-year-old bottle of Orbitz on eBay.

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Meet the Parents: 11 Dads of Famous Juniors

Let’s get ready for Father’s Day by taking a look at some dads who gave famous people a giant gift: their names. From Martin Luther King Sr to Sammy Davis Sr, here are the seniors behind a slew of well-known Juniors.

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8 Homes Built Out of Spite

Nothing says ‘screw you’ like building a house out of pure spite. Wikipedia defines a spite house as: A building constructed or modified to irritate neighbors or other parties with land stakes. Spite houses often serve as obstructions, blocking out light or access to neighboring buildings, or as flamboyant symbols of defiance. Because long-term occupation is at best a secondary consideration, spite houses frequently sport strange and impractical structures. Below you will find eight real-world examples of people who took their conflict to the next level. Like Dave Chappelle [Clayton Bigsby] says: “If you have hate in your heart. Let it out”

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10 Amazing Facts About Bees and Wasps

Everyone has an opinion about bees and wasps, ranging from wild, hysterical arm waving to wild, hysterical body contortions. You see black and yellow out of the corner of your eye, hear that droning sound, and immediately start flailing. Sting! It's gonna sting me! Most people don't care if its a bee, wasp or hornet, they just don't want to get stung. But the suborder of Apocrita (which contains all bees, wasps and hornets) is an amazing, talented group - and not just the branch of the family that gives us honey. Wasps also perform a vital service controlling pest populations at a scale you probably haven't considered. Sure, they can all sting... but, important note: they don't give a crap about stinging you in the first place. And if they do sting you - guess why? Because of all that flailing around you're doing.

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13 Awesome Filming Locations You Can Actually Visit

Have you ever watch a film and thought, “WOW! That place looks amazing. I would love to visit it.” Or perhaps you feel like your life won’t be complete until you have had your photo taken on Forest Gump’s bench. The following are a list of filming locations along with their Google map locations so you can visit them for yourself.

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10 iPhone Apps for a Better Night’s Sleep

General health practitioners recommend that adults get at least seven hours of sleep each night for optimal functioning of mind, body and spirit. Countless studies have proven the direct links between sleep quality and its effects on healthy immune functions, memory, learning, metabolism and much more. A good night’s sleep starts with a bedtime routine that prepares your body for a restful night ahead. Some drift off peacefully with the help of simple melodies, while others prefer a calming voice to guide them The following apps provide options for people of all sleep styles. Forget counting those sheep and upgrade to sleep 2.0 with these 10 app picks.

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