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When a leaking sprinkler creates a frozen waterfall

It's been cold in the United States. Very cold. And when a faulty sprinkler get's exposed to the cold you get this amazing icicle waterfall down the side of a 21-story hotel in Chicago.

Credit: Andrew Hickey

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The Photos Of 2018 Week 02

Here's our weekly round up of some of the best and most newsworthy photos from the past seven days.

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How street artists are dealing with Swastika graffiti

Morons exist no matter where you go. It's how you deal with them that makes the difference.
Street artists in Berlin, Germany have been dealing with morons who spray paint Swastikas all over town in this humorous way and we applaud them for it.

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Baby animals at Singapore Zoo

Today is officially Blue Monday. The most depressing day of the year. Or so they say.
I bet we can bring a smile to your face with these gorgeous little animals from Singapore Zoo. Would have been even better if they'd have been in the wild.

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Giant humpback whale protects diver from sharks

The video is a few days old already but I just couldn't not post it.
This giant humpback whale protects a diver from nearby sharks, giving her some amazing footage and the process.

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Rwanda’s mountain gorillas

Mountain gorillas are under threat from poaching, war and habitat loss in Rwanda.

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Cruise ship gets caught in the bomb cyclone

Four thousand guest had just had an amazing time in the Bahamas for New Year's when their cruise ship ran into the bomb cyclone on it's voyage back.
The result was three days o rocking and rolling and loads of water.

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Flash Floods Hit California

After the drought and the fires come the rains. And without any real natural barriers and a rock solid ground the water just keeps running and running. Taking everything with it in it's path.

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Blizzard brings snow, cold and fun

The first major winter storm of 2018 bore down on the U.S. Northeast, closing schools and disrupting travel as work crews scrambled to clear roads of snow before plummeting temperatures turn it to treacherous ice.

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Taking a dip in the ice cold water in the name of a sausage

Loads of places around the world have so-called New Year's Day dips into ice cold water.
So too The Netherlands. At the beach in Scheveningen thousands of people, wearing very little, take the plunge in the cold North Sea.
Even though the sun is not shining and an ice cream is out of the question, they still seem to enjoy it, but we're still not tempted. Maybe next year. Thanks to Rutger Geerling and Unox.

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Florida’s Unbelievable Abandoned The Colony Beach Resort

Back in the day, if you were a serious tennis player and you went to Florida, you simply stayed at The Colony. It had courts galore for your favorite past-time.
But times changed and it shut down in 2010.
This is what it looks like 8 years later.

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Google Pixel 2 Camera Test vs. $20k Hasselblad

Camera technology in smartphones is progressing at tremendous rates. They've basically rendered lower end point-and-shoot cameras obsolete.
But how do they compare to the really high-end of the business spectrum.
This video compares a Hasselblad with a Google Pixel 2 to find out.

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