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These Futuristic Floating Buildings Are Made From Thousands of Plastic Bottles

Bangladesh is one of the most vulnerable countries in the world when it comes to flooding, storms, and impact from sea level rise. In 2016, Bangladesh experienced four cyclones – a record number in the country’s recent history. And by ...

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This Simple Hack Using Aluminium Foil Could Improve Your Home Wi-Fi

Scientists have discovered a simple, low-cost method for boosting the strength of Wi-Fi signals inside your home, and it relies on a household staple almost everybody keeps on hand in their kitchen: aluminium foil. By using a reflector shield of ...

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Talented Artist Creates Magical Miniatures Using Old Book Pages

What do you do with your old and unwanted books? Most people will either donate, recycle or maybe even throw them away, but Spanish artist Malena Valcarcel finds a much more creative (and stunning) use for them. With each page, ...

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This Adobe AI Transforms Your Sketches Into Realistic Images

After knowing that the AI of Adobe, an American multinational computer software company will do ‘magic’ with your photos thanks to new software, now comes to turn the world of drawing and design. Yes, according to Adobe, they have created ...

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This smart keychain tracks your keys so you don’t have to

Just to let you know, if you buy something featured here, Mashable might earn an affiliate commission. If you didn’t know better, you might think that your keys have a mind of their own. How else would they wind up ...

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Tree-mendous!The STUNNING plans for an elevated walk through one of Denmark’s preserved forests

Appreciating nature usually requires little intervention from mankind. But a preserved forest in Denmark is currently undergoing a rather large modification – thanks to an architecture firm’s plan to build an epic observation route 45 metres above the ground. Currently ...

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Inside the most expensive home on the Toronto market | Toronto Star

A 30,000 square foot mansion located on the Bridle Path and once owned by late financier Robert Campeau carries an asking price of $35 million, making it the most expensive home on the Toronto market. (Sammy Hudes / Toronto Star) ...

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This giant puzzle of a CMYK gradient may be the hardest we’ve ever seen

Just to let you know, if you buy something featured here, Mashable might earn an affiliate commission. For some, jigsaw puzzles are a slow, relaxing pastime that exercise the creative and logic centers of the mind. For others, it’s their ...

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The Ukrainian Artist Uses Wire To Tell Love Stories

The Ukrainian artist uses wire to tell love stories. These are small unique sculptures for wedding ceremonies: ring holders flowers and birds. They are gentle and light but at the same time strong and unshakable as true love. See what ...

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I Insert Simpsons Characters Into Real Life Situations Using My Iphone

Like many people, I always imagine weird things when I walk in the street, when I work or when I’m home. But I never found a good way to tell what goes through my head…

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