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50 Of The Most Incredible Photos Of The National Geographic Photo Contest Of 2018

Jassen Todorov, a violinist and professor of music at San Francisco State University, whose aerial shot shows a vast boneyard in Southern California’s Mojave Desert. The area is well known for storing retired aircraft, where the dry air keeps corrosion away before they are eventually dismantled and scrapped for parts. What many are unaware of, however, is the huge stretch of land nearby that is set aside for recalled vehicles and is filled with row-upon-row of Audis and Volkswagens that cheated emissions tests between 2009-2015. “I have flown and explored…

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These 28 Psychological Tricks Are So Easy, Youll Probably Want To Try Them On The Next Person You Meet

There is no shortage of books and psychology articles with tips on how to use body language to achieve success. But let’s be real – no language trick will make your date instantly fall in love with you, or your dream company hire you. However, there are some psychological tricks that are so easy, you can use them every day. What can you gain from these tips? Well, you could appear more confident than you really are and that is a great start. One internet user compiled a list of…

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These 20+ Photos From A Swedish Huskvarna Town In The 70s Prove Things Were Cooler Back Then

Huskvarna, formerly known as Husqvarna, is a city in Sweden that lent its name to the well-established line of equipment, with the iconic orange chainsaws in the front line. While the garden tools made the name famous, the city has much more to offer. From colorful history as royal rifle manufacturers to its people, Huskvarna is full of interesting bits that are waiting to be explored. It’s probably the reason why Evert Ardensson decided to document the city life back in the 1970s. And we’re glad he did! The photographer’s gallery offers a…

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