Wednesday , 29 June 2016

Mummified Monk Found Inside Buddha Statue

When Buddha said “Peace comes from within,” he probably didn’t mean inside an actual Buddha statue. But Netherlands-based Drents Museum recently discovered that one of their Buddhas was hiding a secret: crouched inside was a monk who had died around the year 1100 AD.

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And Now There’s A Wearable Tomato-Dispensing Robot

Training for a marathon? Shigenori Suzuki thinks you need more tomatoes in your system. That’s why, in anticipation of yesterday’s Tokyo Marathon, the 38-year-old Kagome Co. (a tomato and tomato-based product manufacturer and distributor) employee devised the Tomatan, a handsfree wearable device that sits on your shoulders and feeds you tomatoes at the flick of a switch.

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17 Hilarious Wedding Cake Toppers

For some reason unbeknownst to me, people make weddings out to be this big serious occasion. Yes, committing your life to someone else is a big deal, but it doesn’t have to be so stiff and boring. It’s your wedding day — you are allowed to laugh and show off your individuality. What better way to do that than with …

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The Latest Candice Swanepoel Bikini And Lingerie Pics

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The Very First Air Force One Is Just Wasting Away In Arizona

The very first Air Force one now resides at the Marana Regional Airport in a field in Arizona. Named Columbine II it became the official presidential aircraft in 1953 before being replaced in 1954 and then eventually retired in 1968. This is the type of thing that belongs in the National Air and Space Museum, not in a field somewhere.

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The Differences Between Copywriters And Art Directors

The brush In the late 1950s, advertising legend Bill Bernbach came up with the idea of pairing art directors and copywriters into teams. The strategy worked and DDB ended up creating some of the most iconic work of that era. Since then, the art-copy team structure came into existence at most, if not all, agencies. They may be working towards …

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