Good Morning- Here’s Something To Spice Up Your Commute

Who needs coffee when you’re visited by pure, abject terror?

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reddit user /u/TehSonicWombat

September 3, 2014
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Good Morning- Here’s Something To Spice Up Your Commute
Who needs coffee when you’re visited by pure, abject terror?Source: reddit user /u/TehSonicWombat

Good Morning- Here’s Something To Spice Up Your Commute

Who needs coffee when you’re visited by pure, abject terror?

Source: reddit user /u/TehSonicWombat

A Gas Mask Wedding In China

We’ve all seen the ridiculous photos: a screen set up in Shanghai to televise an unpolluted sky, throngs of citizens donning heavy-duty industrial facemasks, and now this: a Chinese couple has taken this series of ghastly wedding photos. The most beautiful day of their lives, and their faces (and memories of that day) are obscured by heavy black rubber and microscopic filters. The heavy gas masks weren’t absolutely necessary and were worn as a form of protest, but the question is, how long until they absolutely are? 

Source: Bored Panda

September 2, 2014
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A Gas Mask Wedding In China

We’ve all seen the ridiculous photos: a screen set up in Shanghai to televise an unpolluted sky, throngs of citizens donning heavy-duty industrial facemasks, and now this: a Chinese couple has taken this series of ghastly wedding photos. The most beautiful day of their lives, and their faces (and memories of that day) are obscured by heavy black rubber and microscopic filters. The heavy gas masks weren’t absolutely necessary and were worn as a form of protest, but the question is, how long until they absolutely are? 

Source: Bored Panda

Incredible, True-Color Photos From The Farthest Reaches Of The Outer Solar System

That’s right, the Voyager space probe has left the solar system. As in, the only thing we’ve ever known. Here are some photos that it took along the way. Maybe once it breaks the heliosheath we will find out what’s on the other side of the mirror.

Time Magazine

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Incredible, True-Color Photos From The Farthest Reaches Of The Outer Solar System

That’s right, the Voyager space probe has left the solar system. As in, the only thing we’ve ever known. Here are some photos that it took along the way. Maybe once it breaks the heliosheath we will find out what’s on the other side of the mirror.

Time Magazine