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  • avatar Tommy Caldwell made history this month by making the first-ever free ascent of El Capitan's daunting Dawn Wall. Hear from him, and more 2015 Adventurers of the Year, during a live video conversation today at 1pm EST. Watch here and post your questions below: http://on.natgeo.com/1BDQ0P5

    Tommy Caldwell made history this month by making the first-ever free ascent of El Capitan's daunting Dawn Wall. Hear from him, and more 2015 Adventurers of the Year, during a live video conversation today at 1pm EST. Watch here and post your question...

    Read More...

    Posted By National Geographic

    3 hours ago

    15275 likes 69 comments
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      Seth Turman says: What about his climbing partner? Did he make it too?

      3 hours ago

      7 people like this.

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      Melissa Martinez Grossklaus says: Tommy!

      1 hour ago

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      Syamimie Lolly'ss says: subhanallah

      3 hours ago

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      สวัสดี ลาก่อน says: Wow Amazing

      1 hour ago

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      Shelly Chakraborty says: Wa oooo. .amazing
      It's a dream comes true..

      1 hour ago

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      Linda Sue Russell says: Why?

      2 hours ago

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      Lowery Lowery says: That's going to be me someday

      2 hours ago

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      Cò Hương Nguyễn says: Äây chính là chinh phục những Äá»nh cao :D

      2 hours ago

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      Angela Ramirez says: Wow amazing felicidades tommy caldwell .el capitán y tu ya son parte de la historia .muy grande tu hazaña. Cual es tu próximo proyecto tommy

      2 hours ago

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      Farahnaz Mousavi says: beautiful

      2 hours ago

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      Teyam C. Naruna says: Awesome

      2 hours ago

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      Neha Singh says: Wow

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      พรทีพ ภารดา says: à¸à¸¹à¸à¹à¸à¸ªà¸´à¹à¸à¸à¸µà¹

      3 hours ago

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      Brodi Jean Patricia Tallman says: I can't decide if this guy was insanely brave or insanely crazy - maybe both!

      2 hours ago

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      Sandra Marques says: Lindo

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      William Young says: Please stop encouraging this behavior.

      38 minutes ago

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      Jigz Mendoza says: Great job.. Thank you for making history on mankind.. Glad to witness such historic event to explore beyond human capability.. =)

      #proudtobeinthisgeneration

      44 minutes ago

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      Abdul Rahman says: Love

      51 minutes ago

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      Ulas Gungor says: Tea...

      58 minutes ago

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      Deborah Piner Krusz says: It's so beautiful

      58 minutes ago

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      Ulas Gungor says: Tez...

      59 minutes ago

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      Rahand Kamal says: oh it is dangerus

      1 hour ago

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      JuanJo Iniguez says: Why clime a mountain cause its there

      1 hour ago

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      Sandra Moran says: Woooow! ! Hermoosoo! !!

      1 hour ago

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      Sheraz Jalal says: Amazing

      1 hour ago

  • avatar Photo of the Day: A salt marsh glows at sunset in this aerial image taken by #YourShot member Jassen T. in California's San Francisco Bay. #photography

    An aerial image captures colorful salt ponds in California's San Francisco Bay in this National Geographic Photo of the Day from our Your Shot community.

    An aerial image captures colorful salt ponds in California's San Francisco Bay in this National Geographic Photo of the Day from our Your Shot community.

    Posted By National Geographic

    5 hours ago

    6288 likes 47 comments
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      Dmitry Brushko says: like a....https://fbcdn-sphotos-d-a.akamaihd.net/hphotos-ak-xpa1/t31.0-8/p180x540/10931666_10203656301311622_4905516031750684772_o.jpg

      4 hours ago

      105 people like this.

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      Neha Singh says: Beautiful

      2 hours ago

      4 people like this.

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      Penny Bews says: Looks like stained glass!

      5 minutes ago

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      Rommel Frias says: https://m.soundcloud.com/avalon25/hasta-el-suelo-ft-o-party-y-romme2015l

      41 minutes ago

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      Jean-Pierre Gidel says: Quel génie et talent cette nature

      47 minutes ago

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      Sunita Ajmer says: fantastic...

      2 hours ago

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      Constanta Marta says: lumineazÄ tu

      3 hours ago

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      Khalid Elaangoud says: Waaaaw

      3 hours ago

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      Лёша Врадий Ковтун says: ÐÑиколÑно!

      4 hours ago

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      Glenice Thompson says: Incredible photo.

      4 hours ago

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      Sharon Stoliker says: What a great job...taking pictures of the earth and capturing things like that..wow.

      4 hours ago

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      Ranjan Bhagat says: Osm

      4 hours ago

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      Elizabeth Libby Pitman says: Love it.

      5 hours ago

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      Wilma Thomas says: Wow.

      5 hours ago

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      Jang Iwan Tea says: hello (y)

      5 hours ago

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      David Sullivan says: Interesting

      5 hours ago

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      Mason Kelsey says: A common sight while flying in to SFO during the day. Thomas, both liberals and conservatives know about salt marshes. If you want to be constructive you have to stop playing blame games.

      Some of these salt marshes are controlled and used to build up salt that is then harvested. The different colors come from the different algae that grow at different concentrations of sodium chloride. The Cargill salt on your table may come from one of these ponds. Please open your mind to the possibility you are jaded and need a new perspective on life and our environment. See: http://www.robertcampbellphotography.com/salt_ponds.html also http://www.sfnps.org/wetlands_estuaries and http://www.fws.gov/refuge/San_Pablo_Bay/wildlife_and_habitat/index.html and also info on Cargill Salt at http://www.cargill.com/corporate-responsibility/environmental-sustainability/innovations-case-studies/san-francisco-bay-salt/index.jsp

      5 hours ago

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      Olga Stambuk says: jennifer reiser

      4 hours ago

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      Sonia Gaias says: AMAZING..

      5 hours ago

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      Loretta Ann Simon says: Great

      5 hours ago

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      Dreamline Lion says: Welcome to https://www.facebook.com/pages/ABMdreamline-photography/515434105199222

      28 minutes ago

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      Галина Куян says: Amazing!

      5 hours ago

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      Ouadie Hichour says: Playing Jingle Bells With Your Car
      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6q81w5Q68wg

      4 hours ago

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      Thomas Davis says: Some liberal will call it "pollution" or "Global Warming in action".

      5 hours ago

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      Asif Bengali says: Nice

      5 hours ago

  • avatar Our editor's video of the day: Photographer Paul Nicklen talks about the thrilling experience of coming face-to-face with a vicious predator in Antarctica.

    Paul Nicklen describes his most amazing experience as a National Geographic photographer.

    Paul Nicklen describes his most amazing experience as a National Geographic photographer.

    Posted By National Geographic

    7 hours ago

    15001 likes 196 comments
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      Melanie Smith says: He did a TED talk on this. It's awesome. One of my favorites....

      http://www.ted.com/talks/paul_nicklen_tales_of_ice_bound_wonderlands?language=en

      7 hours ago

      49 people like this.

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      Aimee DubéBerard says: But he's smiling

      7 hours ago

      30 people like this.

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      Charles Jafar Ritz says: Beautiful and deadly, like most things in nature.

      7 hours ago

      5 people like this.

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      Lyndell Muirhead says: So sadly some of the most vicious predators on our beautiful earth are human beings. Sociopaths, Psychopaths, Murderers, and Pedophiles. We are suppose to be the "educated ones", animals never had an education (obviously) and only do what is instinctive. Some "human beings" cause so much pain, and we all wonder why?

      6 hours ago

      4 people like this.

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      Erin Scowden Justice says: I've seen this story several times and I still always pause to visit it again. Incredible!

      7 hours ago

      4 people like this.

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      Jessica Harris says: Wait a
      Minute!
      His whole TED talk was about how they're not vicious and she was trying to feed him!
      Shame!

      7 hours ago

      3 people like this.

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      Carlton Taylor says: A face only his mother could Loveâ¤ï¸

      7 hours ago

      4 people like this.

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      Tezzy Robinson says: What is that thing?

      4 hours ago

      2 people like this.

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      Victoria Houghton says: What an amazing experience, but predator really!

      3 hours ago

      1 person likes this.

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      Donna Rudge says: What an extraordinary story, thanks for sharing.

      5 hours ago

      1 person likes this.

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      Chenoa Morris says: This is amazing

      6 hours ago

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      Pat Heaney says: Incredible!

      6 hours ago

      1 person likes this.

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      Holly Grace says: Wow , get a load of those choppers !!

      7 hours ago

      1 person likes this.

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      Sarah Joyce Gibbs Johnson says: Incredible!

      7 hours ago

      1 person likes this.

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      Jens Rappsilber says: Awesomeð

      7 hours ago

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      Athea Spitzer says: So cool

      7 hours ago

      1 person likes this.

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      Christian Joerge G. Panton says: Seal??

      7 hours ago

      1 person likes this.

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      Ellen Denava says: So cute... God s good....

      7 hours ago

      1 person likes this.

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      Betsy Leonard says: Amazing

      7 hours ago

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      Marcelo Tornador says: Inverne en Base San Martin Antartida y habia focas leopardo como se denominan aca se limentan de pinguinos

      7 hours ago

      1 person likes this.

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      Sonia Mercado says: Amazing story!

      7 hours ago

      1 person likes this.

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      Craig Butt says: He looks so happy

      7 hours ago

      1 person likes this.

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      Галина Куян says: Who looks so happy? The photographer or the predator? It seems to me that the dangerous predator is very glad to meet Paul Nicklen!

      7 hours ago

      3 people like this.

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      Wilma Combs says: I would love to so this.

      23 minutes ago

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      Maris Stanard says: An amazing story and a very brave man.

      26 minutes ago

  • avatar Many lizards can break off their tails when they're in danger—as can spiders with their legs—and the limbs grow back shortly after. But with scorpions, it's not so simple.

    Here’s the problem: A scorpion’s anus isn’t where you think it probably would be.

    Here’s the problem: A scorpion’s anus isn’t where you think it probably would be.

    Posted By National Geographic

    10 hours ago

    11338 likes 215 comments
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      Justin Braud says: Wow really gives new meaning to the phrase " ripping a new one"

      10 hours ago

      29 people like this.

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      Shirin Milani says: Very educational thanks god I'm not an scorpion! Ha ha

      10 hours ago

      24 people like this.

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      Drew Sanchez says: Did not think the first thing I read this morning would include scorpion anus.. hah

      5 hours ago

      16 people like this.

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      Semut Semut says: Very interesting species..They are happy to lose their tails n happily impregnating females for 8 months and die macho ever after! LOL!

      7 hours ago

      5 people like this.

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      Michelle Kelley says: The biggest asshole in the insect world sometimes doesn't have an asshole? Ah, the irony.

      3 hours ago

      4 people like this.

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      Chris Topher says: great, now we know. Can we stop torturing and killing these creatures slowly now? Was it really that important to learn?

      3 hours ago

      4 people like this.

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      Stephanie Bolin Hays says: " after he tried to grab them from behind with forceps; they wriggle furiously for a few seconds and then sever their tails after the second or third segments ." " If Mattoni anesthetized the scorpions, or grabbed them by other body parts, the tail would never break." This to me does not sound like the scorpion does it voluntarily.

      4 hours ago

      4 people like this.

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      Trevor Hillsbery says: He would be super sad if he was a gay scorpion.

      6 hours ago

      4 people like this.

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      Amanda Bruner says: I don't think I've ever felt so bad for a scorpion

      2 hours ago

      3 people like this.

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      Jen Whitehead says: Yesterday my five year old asked why lizards have tails in the first place, if they can survive without them. I suggested it was for balance, but have you got a better answer?

      9 hours ago

      3 people like this.

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      Guiovany Ladino says: This animal is beautiful

      5 hours ago

      2 people like this.

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      Lee Williams says: Kill'em all

      5 hours ago

      2 people like this.

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      Aakash Thapa says: Kaka

      6 hours ago

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      Saju Chandran says: Very interesting info

      7 hours ago

      2 people like this.

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      Mike Cope says: couldnt care less

      10 hours ago

      2 people like this.

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      Michael Bizabani says: Anus

      10 hours ago

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      Kimberly Kimabe Becoat says: As a Scorpio I feel violated O_O

      7 hours ago

      5 people like this.

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      Ron Swanson says: And here the human race has to many assholes who live long lives.

      10 hours ago

      5 people like this.

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      Rosalia Ramos says: Who wants to know this?

      3 hours ago

      1 person likes this.

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      Robert M R McKinley says: Interesting

      3 hours ago

      1 person likes this.

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      Erin Bouchard says: My goodness! Glad I don't have to make such a choice!

      3 hours ago

      1 person likes this.

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      Alejandra Bozzini Ray says: They can lost all the body i don't care! They are the most disgusting animal on the planet earth

      3 hours ago

      1 person likes this.

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      Prue 'n' Pauly says: Why Bretty? Why?

      4 hours ago

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      Pegah Mirbagheri says: Interesting

      5 hours ago

      1 person likes this.

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      Audrey L Faust says: Fierce and delicate

      8 hours ago

      1 person likes this.

  • avatar Astronomers have spotted a distant planet 430 light-years from Earth—relatively nearby in cosmic terms—with rings exponentially bigger than Saturn's.

    A team of U.S. and British astronomers has stumbled on what may be a giant planet with rings 200 times the size of Saturn's.

    A team of U.S. and British astronomers has stumbled on what may be a giant planet with rings 200 times the size of Saturn's.

    Posted By National Geographic

    13 hours ago

    24822 likes 311 comments
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      Hermann Rose says: the universe is full of secrets and beauty, but human mankind prefers slashing each other.....

      13 hours ago

      35 people like this.

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      Andre Rocha Dega says: We are simply a speck of dust in the middle of an endless space. 430 light-years and it is considered near in cosmic terms..... This is insane! I get crazy just by imagining what's out there to be explored.

      13 hours ago

      63 people like this.

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      Eddie Guevara says: Aww, Saturn is all sad now :(

      13 hours ago

      14 people like this.

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      Abdurazack Osman says: I hope it rains diamonds and gold hailstorma over there

      13 hours ago

      25 people like this.

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      Victor Veloz says: Love the pic. Looks like a quit few songs on that record. Must be a Pink Floyd Darker Side of the moon. âº

      13 hours ago

      11 people like this.

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      Jeff Gumz says: This makes my nipples hard.

      13 hours ago

      11 people like this.

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      Kris Wood says: Humans evolved on this planet, shaped through time and environment. The chances of us finding life of any kind on other planets is likely, but they won't be "humans".
      And if you think God made the heavens and earth, I have a question for you.
      Why would he make us live on the equivalent of only one grain of sand, if he/she/it has made oceans and desserts full with sand? Are you so arrogant to think he did made all of this for you? What makes you so special and deserving?

      11 hours ago

      9 people like this.

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      James Shannon says: the Universe is a weird and wonderful place

      13 hours ago

      9 people like this.

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      Tamanna Eva says: Its certainly an amazing news..wow how beautiful secret has been hidden by God.

      13 hours ago

      7 people like this.

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      Arnico Lumangyao Cartalla says: We are starting to be feed wth the truth, something thats been denied all along...We are not alone in this universe

      11 hours ago

      5 people like this.

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      Siamak Eskandari says: This is amazing! Considering the huge mass of dust and debris in the rings, there might be large moons in the size of earth and even bigger, orbiting this giant exoplanet.

      13 hours ago

      3 people like this.

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      Lu Gwak says: Amazing.

      13 hours ago

      3 people like this.

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      Roman Schrittwieser says: What do you mean by "exponentially bigger"? This doesn't make sense!

      6 hours ago

      2 people like this.

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      Đ Wallace Ɉr says: It would be cool if we could actually see real pictures of planets and stuff in space instead of all these fake 1s...I'll believe it when I see it.

      8 hours ago

      2 people like this.

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      Donald Spring says: When nasa learn how to go past the moon with manned missions drop me a line id love to go outer space

      9 hours ago

      2 people like this.

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      Sigurd Slettemark Hovden says: "exponentially bigger" ?? It is safe to say that the person behind this post has no math education beyond elementary school

      11 hours ago

      2 people like this.

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      Ec Fathurr says: Subhanallah allahualbar

      13 hours ago

      2 people like this.

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      Cathy Nagel says: Once on a dark, frozen winter morn at 4am I saw the amazing Rings of Saturn- Astronomy class!

      13 hours ago

      2 people like this.

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      Shaun Garrett says: Sat turn sit. Good bitch. Now roll over and play dead like my x

      13 hours ago

      2 people like this.

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      Juan Alberto Ramirez says: Must be powerful planet to be small nd have big rings

      13 hours ago

      2 people like this.

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      Laouar Hicham says: God is greater u can find it in coran karim

      6 hours ago

      1 person likes this.

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      Max Geller says: Hahaha . . .c u later . . . .gotta 'think trip' to take!

      8 hours ago

      1 person likes this.

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      Franken Stein says: The light is reaching us is 430 years old.

      8 hours ago

      1 person likes this.

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      Nargis Neptune says: Marvel at the beauty of a celestial body 430 light years away and imagine we could travel at the speed of light..

      9 hours ago

      1 person likes this.

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      Ryan Reininga says: Being a Capricorn, which is ruled by only one of two Titans, and not gods in the zodiac, this is awesome. But in all reality I'm sure that accretion discs like this aren't all that rare in the grand scheme of the universe. In an esoteric philosophical approach of understanding there's a saying: "As above, so below." This can be noticed at almost any level of micro to macrocosm. So I'd guess that the model of our solar system and it's planetary archetypes are rather plentiful amongst the cosmos. Almost like layers of earthly sediment or layers of cream. Dense to light or material to ethereal. For it's interesting to notice how over the span of history science gets closer to an alchemical marriage of sorts with the esoteric teachings or occult. Quantum physics just to name one facet.

      11 hours ago

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  • avatar Ice climbers Will Gadd—a National Geographic Adventurer of the Year—and Sarah Hueniken made history Tuesday by being the first to ascend the world-famous Niagara Falls.

    Hear from Will Gadd directly during a live video conversation at 1pm EST on Friday, January 30.

    Hear from Will Gadd directly during a live video conversation at 1pm EST on Friday, January 30.

    Posted By National Geographic

    17 hours ago

    27773 likes 383 comments
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      Tony Brown says: Looks like a spectator sport to me......on tv...sitting on the couch...with hot chocolate.

      17 hours ago

      108 people like this.

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      Cindy Padron says: It look like the wall in game of thrones

      17 hours ago

      44 people like this.

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      Christopher Regan says: I grew up in Niagara Falls. The real miracle is that their car didn't get broken into while they were doing the climb.

      16 hours ago

      23 people like this.

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      Felicia Rhan says: Very cool. Maybe I should say cold.

      17 hours ago

      6 people like this.

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      Gail Susser says: Not for a million bucks.

      17 hours ago

      6 people like this.

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      Philip Wong says: http://s9.postimg.org/y8qf4fwin/Ice_Climbers_SSBB.jpg

      17 hours ago

      4 people like this.

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      Narizitas Rey says: Wow frozen Niagara Falls

      17 hours ago

      4 people like this.

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      Noeleen Farrell says: how does one train for this kind of a sport? not that i want to, I am just trying to figure out how one could work a full time job,buy the equipment, wait for a freezing falls and then practice until Niagara freezes

      15 hours ago

      3 people like this.

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      Natalia Alexandra K says: How do you know that the ice won't break as you are climbing it...?

      17 hours ago

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      Cory Bartos says: I strongly discourage this. It's stunts like this -- which happen every years, winter or summer -- that force the lives of first responders into peril when something goes wrong. Good for you, guy, for not dying. Now be a good sport, tell everyone how stupid and reckless you were and why no one should EVER EVERY TRY THAT AGAIN EVEN IF YOUR PUBLICITY AGENT SAYS OTHERWISE. ----- Publius 

      10 hours ago

      2 people like this.

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      Claire Laskowski says: I mean no disrespect but I have no appreciation for people doing these kinds of things. I get it. It's the challenge and physicals fitness and man conquering nature. But...

      15 hours ago

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      Fehmioğlu Davut says: http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=12LQ1XmT7_E

      16 hours ago

      2 people like this.

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      Celwynne Conell says: That's a new one ... going up of Falls instead of over them!!! What a feat ... WOW!!!

      16 hours ago

      2 people like this.

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      Charlotte Munkedal says: I so wish I didn't have a fear of heights. -:((

      17 hours ago

      2 people like this.

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      Aldora Cheerful Walters says: WOW!!! Frozen water at Niagara Falls! Glad a piece didn't come loose, frozen indeed!!!

      47 minutes ago

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      Caterina Mangraviti says: Che meraviglia le cascate del Niagara d inverno uno spettacolo inimmaginabile!!!

      11 hours ago

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      Mykola Shot says: Bullshit. I did it back in 1997

      12 hours ago

      1 person likes this.

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      Rebecca Allred Koutney says: I'd love to try that!

      13 hours ago

      1 person likes this.

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      Alicia Lynn says: Watched this happen on Tuesday while visiting the Falls! Awesome to see!

      15 hours ago

      1 person likes this.

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      Phil Tucker says: Neat!

      17 hours ago

      1 person likes this.

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      Şahin Alçın says: If you want to kill yourself, you can try it.

      17 hours ago

      1 person likes this.

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      Banan Bader says: How crazy !! ð

      17 hours ago

      1 person likes this.

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      Tom Stuart says: That's wicked

      17 hours ago

      1 person likes this.

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      Marie Christine Bujold says: WOW !!!

      17 hours ago

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      Cath Kestler says: @ Jackie Mooney Mc Hale, every year as I recall, at least most of it. ( it's in my neck of the woods)

      22 minutes ago

  • avatar Nearly half the male population of Chichigalpa, Nicaragua, suffers from deadly chronic kidney failure, which appears to be linked to their work as sugarcane cutters.

    Filmmaker Ed Kashi traveled to Central America to document the toll of a deadly kidney disease for a nonprofit group that's working to fight it - and the assignment became a passion project.

    Filmmaker Ed Kashi traveled to Central America to document the toll of a deadly kidney disease for a nonprofit group that's working to fight it - and the assignment became a passion project.

    Posted By National Geographic

    19 hours ago

    7015 likes 113 comments
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      Pat Hardy says: This should not happen in any country. Hopefully something can be done and the company be accountable for what they are doing to the people in this village.

      19 hours ago

      28 people like this.

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      Rebecca Gallagher says: Horrible modern day slavery!! Even worse murder to do this! Something a little water shade and rest could prevent every human deserves that especially if working!!

      19 hours ago

      26 people like this.

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      Michel Phaneuf says: Being sorry for those people is not enough. We're all responsible for this situation. I'm sure a vast mojority of the "sorry" commenters don't choose fairtrade and/or locally grown foods over about a 10% difference.
      Buying transformed food, Walmart like (the cheapest) is a vote to continue this slavery, period.
      Please people stop being sorry while drinking your soda and eating chips in front of the computer and start acting. IT BEGINS WITH YOU, start small, no need to go like Ghandi.

      18 hours ago

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      David W Stevenson says: OK. So we still have a world trade system that puts dirty, abusive, and cheap products like this sugar up against humanely sourced products and treats them with no prejudice. It cheapens us all to participate in dumb markets.

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      Ben Pavan says: The world is a wicked place...lots of pain and suffering...

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      Selva Ruth Cabrera Aguilera says: Que pena, ojalá llegue una solución, para ellos

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      Cassie Patterson says: The agrochemicals cause kidney failure with overexposure...

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      Kathy Uptegrove says: This needs to be investigated and stopped.

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      Stephen Ip says: It may be diabetes. Poor workers could eat sugar cane to supplement their diet. High sugar intake when they have diabetes results in kidney damages.

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      Jim Gaida says: The sugar is killing them and us, but hey, as long there is an economy around it, right?

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      Navin Mullis Mew says: that's so sad, they work so hard to support their families, only to feel pain

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      Dvera Saxton says: well...same question could apply in all places where there are farmworkers...from CAlifornia to Sri Lanka...

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      Domiknow Affect says: (Forbid Ntl' Geo mention the pesticides killing farm workers (this includes sugar cane workers) globally, lest it imply responsibility rests beyond the hands of the laborers paid wages barely earning a living by trillion dollar companies profiteering from war, genocide, speciesism, death, death, & more death..)

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      Christopher George Jesness says: Are these gmo crops? Are they standing in a field of "round up" all day?

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      Lawrence Kerr says: I'm sure we'll be extending Obamacare to 'em soon,,,,,

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      Donna Wallace says: I had a friend from Hawaii whose family all had black lung disease because they cleared the fields each year by burning.

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      Riley Watson says: Funny how americans will walk right pass people suffering in our own streets without a second thought and blame every other country hardship on us.... weird

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      Anne Dornan says: Agrochemicals are the problem and causes of many diseases, I hope someone joins all the dots and does research, unsponsored by any government

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      Liz Phalen says: Donate camel baks and water purification devices to them. The military has a surplus.

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      Lindsey Rydlund says: This article fails to broach the topic of the chemicals being used that are prohibited in the U.S.

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      Michael Linden says: This might as well say "can sugar cane workers be saved by not killing them?"

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      Jorge Quintanicho says: the reason we urinate is to flux toxines out the filter is the kidneys, if you sweet to cool you either drink more or toxic concentration in kidneys damage the filter, so is a factor, overheating also acts as a catalytic ie increases chemical reaction speeds what is the internal temperature of a body working at that temperatures, other thing is we are thermal machines the energy is the differential between external and internal temperatures nordics have more energy just because of the cold is not race in itself mental discipline and training is a factor also

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      Jonathan Ahlstrom says: Next time I think I had a bad day...

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      Kristin Peterson says: Just another company not taking care of its biggest asset

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      Gerhard Kalkreuter says: "It's amazing to me that a movement that tried to free its people is paying no attention to labor and human rights".... What a surprize folks, this is Communism!

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  • avatar A proposal from President Barack Obama could open parts of the U.S. Atlantic coast to drilling. What would that mean for its marine life?

    The swath of Atlantic Ocean the Obama administration may open to oil and gas exploration is an ecologically diverse network of soft-bottom shelves and rocky canyons that includes some of most dynamic and mysterious marine systems on Earth.

    The swath of Atlantic Ocean the Obama administration may open to oil and gas exploration is an ecologically diverse network of soft-bottom shelves and rocky canyons that includes some of most dynamic and mysterious marine systems on Earth.

    Posted By National Geographic

    20 hours ago

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      Joe Lammdogg Lammerman says: Could drilling in the Atlantic harm fish, whales, and turtles?

      Is that really a question?

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      Crystal Child says: Could just stop drilling in general and stick to riding bicycles a lot of Americans need the workout any ways

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      Brandy Tallent says: The earth will retaliate and we will all be victims....

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      Nanci Askew says: Good grief man don't drill. We have already destroyed too much of our world with that kind of ignorance.

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      Jeffrey Eidson says: People's mistakes create issues all over...The country needs to use the unused land in the deserts of this country to harness the power of the sun...Solar power is as clean as it gets and could create new habitat for existing wildlife if done correctly...The human race chooses to pollute the only planet that we have...Continuing to pollute the Earth with outdated sources of energy will ruin everything we need as a culture to survive...Our ocean is the only reason that Earth is Earth. It protects us from everything, because without it we would not have a sustainable atmosphere...All the money spent in this world and no one has ever decided that the entire human race is more important than their individual gains...A shame

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      Christi Pennington says: Why does he have no regard for our Earth?

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      Marshall Aren says: Tons of redneck stupid in these comments....Almost as entertaining as watching FOX for comic idiocy.....

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      Maria Max says: protect the oceans, not drill them!

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      Chris Davis says: Aren't they still cleaning up from the last drilling spill that happened in the Gulf of Mexico

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      Tim Woodruff says: Why the hell are we looking for oil still anyways is what angers me even more! Oil needs to be a thing of the past already!!

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      Jim Morrill says: No.... Never. <bleeding sarcasm>

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      Sharon Stoliker says: WHAT!!! Does he not realize the ocean is a VITAL and irreplaceable eco-system!? One something is damaged beyond repair...that's it...no Second Chances!

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      Julie Redfield Young says: Why is Obama for drilling in the ocean and against the pipeline?

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      Stacey Gregory says: That's a backhanded threat on the life of the president. Isn't that a crime?

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      Katherine Wilson says: No! We should be looking into alternative sources for fuels, etc. Not drilling in the ocean more.

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      Heidi Buck says: The earth doesn't need more drilling!!

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      Vicki Scott says: Why is it OK to do in my gulf of Mexico, but not in your Atlantic. We should learn to rely more on wind,harnssing the power of tidal flow,and solar power.

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      Lezlie Nelson says: Spells disaster of epic proportions to me. Yeesh. Quit drilling for that black crap. Wind farm....solar....geothermal....GREEN!

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      Cali Cornish says: Instead of squeezing every last drop of oil out of the earth, consequences be damned, how about developing renewable options? Duh.

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      Kelly Garcia says: Death to the marine life, sad. Man destroys all that is beautiful, sad.

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      Roberta McIntyre says: Don't do it!!! Solar power is the answer. Leave Mother Earth alone!!!

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      Eva Rizzo says: Another dumb idea from Washington!!

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      Heather Elyse says: spare Alaska but screw the ocean? Really?

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      April Lishman says: Solar power

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      Donna Johnston says: This is a no-brainer. First he does the right thing by saving millions of acres to natural habitat and then lets the ocean go to oil companies? What?

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  • avatar "Venice's strange, complicated, unfathomable beauty exerts a sort of ruthless enchantment," writes author Erla Zwingle. "But … I think it must be the most misunderstood city on Earth."

    In our My Town series, writers and photographers from around the world reflect on places that hold special meaning for them. Zwingle says Venice, a World Heritage site, is really just a classic small town.

    In our My Town series, writers and photographers from around the world reflect on places that hold special meaning for them. Zwingle says Venice, a World Heritage site, is really just a classic small town.

    Posted By National Geographic

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      Sandra Beck says: I have been to Venice and it is one of my favorite cities in the world!

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      Marites Reimann says: Venice is so beautiful and magnificent city

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      Grace Crawford says: wish I could live in this "classic small town" sorry it is so threatened by problems

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      Dianna Thornton says: Always wondered what those buildings are sitting on. How did they build them?

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      Louise Berrisford says: As a first-time tourist and as we drove into the city at dusk... it was simply magical and inspiring at the same time. I could not believe the beauty before me. And the days to come were full with marvel and astonishment - the history - the art and the lovely people we met along the way. I am glad I was able to return and still be amazed at the beauty of it all. Gracie!

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      Daniele Mantovani says: brilliant

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      Jessica Angelina Midbjer Lundholm says: Venice/bienale. A beautiful place.

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      Paula Busch says: Venice is so memorable!

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      Robin Wainwright says: Love Venice!

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      Nooraini Ahmadz says: Lovely

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      Claudia Rojo Caranccio says: Me encanta esta en mi sangre

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      Barbara Bolullo says: lovely

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      Anita Feurtet says: Stupenda Venice........ð

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      Amber Leigh Florest says: Lovely article! In May, I will be visiting Venezia for the first time. :)

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      Wynelle Reynolds says: Wonderful! Makes one really, really want to be there.

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      Diane Yateman says: It is one of my favorite cities in Italy!

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      Jaime Ortega says: Los mismos jodidos de siempre a como molestan sus comentarios

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      Prince Fani says: So nice picture

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      Gina Van Oudtshoorn-San Giorgio says: What a stunning article. Love Venice. But when are you coming to visit Cape Town? Different, but also lovely

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      Sudha Akshantala says: Love to visit oncw

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      Sandra Beck says: During the Fifth Century, after the collapse of the Roman Empire, people built Venice on the lagoon to make it more difficult for marauding Goths to attack.

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      Cò Hương Nguyễn says: i hope i love Venice :*

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      Hasna Chawberi says: un jour peut etre j'irai, unreve parmi tant d'autres!

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      Frederic R. Pamp says: I'd like to see Venice before it's drowned, but I seriously ask: what do the canals smell like on a hot day?

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      Lorraine Dedo says: I would love to go there, and go in this boar, I might even paddle!

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  • avatar Bangladeshi aid worker Wasfia Nazreen hula-hoops on the Seven Summits to empower her country's women. Hear from her and more 2015 Adventurers of the Year during a live video conversation at 1pm EST on Friday, January 30. Post your questions below and RSVP here: http://on.natgeo.com/1BAhl4K<...

    Bangladeshi aid worker Wasfia Nazreen hula-hoops on the Seven Summits to empower her country's women. Hear from her and more 2015 Adventurers of the Year during a live video conversation at 1pm EST on Friday, January 30. Post your questions below and...

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    Posted By National Geographic

    January 29

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      Shibalik Choudhury says: Congrats, Ms. Wasfia Nazreen , Proud and jewel of Bangladesh Crown.....My regards to you and Family friend from Neighboring Country. ;-)

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      অসীম সমুদ্রচারী says: Proud to be a Bangladeshi.

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      Jon Read says: I think that's incredible achievement, good for her! I will say though, there has to be a better method of acknowledging ones goal, then to have all those flags litter that summit from all over the world. This is the same issue that climbers come across all the time. Tents, climbing gear, oxygen tanks and such.

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      DavidnDebbie Shaffer says: Go Bangladeshi women! What an achievement.

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      Sakib Ahmed says: my hero!

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      CamCam Ca says: Congratulations!!! On a different note, are those all the flags that ppl leave there? Why don't they get biodegradable ones?

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      Leonardo Pereztraetta says: Mauricio te voy a Recomendar para laburar aca..

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      Rezo Simon Gogolashvili says: I can see now

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      Naveed Naseer Ahmed says: Awsome

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      Bob van Butselaar says: Look at the huuuuuugggggeeeeee pile of plastic that is left there by humans... I wouldn't be proud of it.

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      Adam Meyer says: I wonder if after her celebration she is then labeled as a racist for being proud of what she has achieved for her country. Like they do in America.

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      Nikolay Gyulemetov says: She didn't do it for women, she did it for herself. As do all climbers everywhere ever since the first climb for no other reason than just to prove it can be made.

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      Stevie Dimdong Lahma says: That's our pride on the top..Nepalese Flag:)

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      Ibrahim Khan says: Glory of Bangladesh nation.

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      Hazel Trembley says: Fantastic accomplishment! You are a great role model for women all over the world!

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  • avatar Photo of the Day: "These homemade and handheld pistol fireworks are used at the Gion Matsuri festival at the Yoshida Shrine in Toyohashi City, Japan," writes #YourShot member Hidenobu Suzuki. #photography

    People shoot off handheld fireworks at the Gion Matsuri festival in Japan in this National Geographic Photo of the Day from our Your Shot community.

    People shoot off handheld fireworks at the Gion Matsuri festival in Japan in this National Geographic Photo of the Day from our Your Shot community.

    Posted By National Geographic

    January 29

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      Julian Seager says: Fantastic Photo !

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      Kimia Wspa says: beautiful lights!!!!!

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      Dan Shire says: Hey, what could possibly go wrong.

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      Daniele Giacomelli says: Bellissima!

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      Ruben Mireles says: Banzai !!

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      Deb Hinds-Wood says: Seen something like them used here in Spain in the local villages

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      Yanie Ciel says: sugoi...

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      Steve Toolan says: Looks fun

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      Matthew Flournoy says: This is why we won WW2

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      Mary Olarte says: K fotos tan espectaculares !!!!!

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      Josephine Sablan says: Dangerous

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      Abdulaziz Mohammad says: Cooooooooolðð

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      Samuel Santiago says: incredible photo!

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      Jim Hoffman says: Medic!

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      Clumsy Colin says: awesome! !! pistol fireworks, hand - held, where can I get me some of those ;-) ?!

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      Donna Johnston says: Bless you NatGeo, you start my day off with a bang or a whisper.

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      Rick Hackstedde says: how do ya get someone to hold a fire spewing cannon, less than a foot from their face? pretty cool though!

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      Manumass Quiromasajista says: sigo diciendo que esta gente hace unas fotos increibles

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      Thư Nguyen says: wow! this is so cool!

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      Lynn Wegner Stephenson says: And just hold that launch shell by hand? Craziness

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      Theresa Martinez says: Maybe even crazier than,"torritos?" :)

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      Kotie Fourie says: Too dongerous for me

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      Sfizio says: wow!

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      Satoru Honjo says: That's interesting.

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      Time Đeŋiźi says: looks fun..

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  • avatar Our video of the day: Get a glimpse at the town of Nagoro, Japan—where there are more dolls than people.

    Ayano Tsukimi makes life-size dolls to replace people who die or move away from the small village of Nagoro, Japan. Now roughly 350 dolls are scattered throughout the town.

    Ayano Tsukimi makes life-size dolls to replace people who die or move away from the small village of Nagoro, Japan. Now roughly 350 dolls are scattered throughout the town.

    Posted By National Geographic

    January 29

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      Julian Seager says: sad and poignant

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      Veera Lella says: Personally I think it's totally creepy!!! Sure it's inspiring and all that.. But imagine driving in to that village not knowing ð± I would soil my pant! ð©

      January 29th

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      Jo Caron says: The only creepy and weird things are comments here.

      January 29th

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      Samantha Heong says: Heart full of love. She remembers these people.

      January 29th

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      Faye Stutz says: Sad, beautiful, haunting

      January 29th

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      Cheryl Ruybal says: i disagree with you eric! what an talented and inspiring woman...did u watch the entire article ! beautiful...

      January 29th

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      Thao Vang says: This story totally can be made into a scary Asian movie. The twist, she kills the victim and make a doll. Lolz

      January 29th

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      Mark Hykes says: I lived in Tokushima, Japan for 3 years and went to this village many times with friends. It is just as creepy as you all think it is.

      January 29th

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      Udita Chatterjee says: Its sad, creative, thoughtful i must say. A village deserted can be imagined to be populated through this creation...dolls? One may also feel a bit eerie too. I loved the last line of the creator of these dolls- maybe i will live forever...she has a doll which will replace her when she dies.

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      Joshua Neilson says: Awesomeness. I hope I get to be so crazy, I mean deeply involved in my work, some day.

      January 29th

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      Siba Smith says: Horror movies begin like so

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      Linda Wheeler says: What a very sweet story! I wish more people would visit her village. I would.

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      Eric James Lockshaw says: creepfest.

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      Jennifer Pietsch says: This is Twilight Zone creepy

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      Toni Wallace Jones says: Well, it makes her happy, doesn't hurt anyone, and it's not drugs! Good for her!!!

      January 29th

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      Hamada Erfan says: thats fkn creepy

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      Angela Heath Pulido says: Sweet lady. I hope she has a friend in her small town.

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      Misty Lewis says: Interesting. Thanks for sharing. Always find each person's story unique.

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      Lynette Eaves says: I think it's amazing. At least they are passive. They won't argue etc! Well done. Very talented.

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      Mohamad Ramadan says: Very sad story, good people are rare

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      Meg Dymowski says: Spooky

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      Gloria B. Dorsey says: This is eerie somehow...still, people are so very interesting and if I was ever in Japan, this is a place I would visit

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      Amy Dilbeck says: This made me sad. Such a lonely life for someone with such a lovely spirit. I hope those that do stop and talk to her are kind. And that they look beyond the first glance so they see what she is saying in her imagery.

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      Madison Leigh Dunigan says: that is the scariest thing I've ever seen...

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      Diana Kay Bliss Moore says: Totally CREEPY !

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  • avatar Saturn's moon Peggy—once an "anomalously bright" object forming near the end of the planet's rings—has slowly broken apart. How did it happen?

    Named Peggy, the newbie hiding in Saturn's A ring had been spotted in images taken by NASA's Cassini spacecraft in April 2013.

    Named Peggy, the newbie hiding in Saturn's A ring had been spotted in images taken by NASA's Cassini spacecraft in April 2013.

    Posted By National Geographic

    January 29

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      Laurie Burdine says: She hated her name and killed herself...

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      Mark Evans says: Stop anthropomorphising bloody everything - "Peggy', "newbie" etc......... and then complain that people don't understand science. And I'm not a scientist.

      January 29th

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      Cathy Businelle says: I wonder if we'd feel sad if the name were Object 586-L. Objects in space are like unwanted puppies: DON'T NAME THEM or you get attached. Also, spay and neuter your planets.

      January 29th

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      Zach Alan says: Don Draper fired her maybe?

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      Sabina Juliet-Echo says: You do realize that it's an inanimate object, right?

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      Eraj Hegan Gunewardena says: Maybe it went through a bad breakup with Saturn. Love is a strange thing you know.

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      Scotty Cannon says: My ground base laser. Pew pew!

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      Bill Hernon says: It wasn't me, I was at home all day. I have witnesses

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      Gilbert Aldous says: Obviously sand-blasted by the rest of that ring.

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      Patajo Ryan says: Must be from Fracking!

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      Ji Ide says: Crashed by the orbiting rings of Saturn?

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      Kevin Frost says: Sadly as Mitch slowly got his act together everyone kept calling him "Peggy" and he decided life as a moon just wasn't worth the harassment.
      Goodbye Mitch, we'll miss you.

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      Horst Stenner says: Oops Sorry. !

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      Reb Ling says: Because the Lannisters sent their regards

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      Alexandra Althea says: poor peggy

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      Anuradha Gupta Chakraborty says: why dnt u take care of ur moon, SAtan?

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      Reb Ling says: It was the death star being blown to bits by luke

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      Fuzred Fox Red says: Sad but true!!!

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      Mizul Das says: How?

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      NL Lor says: Sad

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      4 hours ago

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      Tom R Burton says: somebody dropped it

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      Hodari Nundu says: She killed herself because she didn´t get a cool Greek or Latin name like her friends?

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      Sandra Beck says: @Zach - haha, good one about Don Draper.

      22 hours ago

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      Shane Dixon says: the Roche limit strikes again.

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  • avatar From historic pubs in Dublin to tropical clubs in San Juan, discover the world's top cities for all styles of nightlife.

    The globe’s hottest party spots cater to all tastes—glitzy, gritty, seductive, and strange.

    The globe’s hottest party spots cater to all tastes—glitzy, gritty, seductive, and strange.

    Posted By National Geographic

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      Laura Sánchez Cobos says: the person who wrote this doesn't travel and party too much... Dublin is very nice ,but #1 on nightlife??? From the places i have been, Prague, Amsterdam, Bangkok, Cape Town, Barcelona have far more nightlife than some of the mentioned. Next time u can send me away to review nightlife on your behalf National Geographic :D

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      Rê Buarque says: We gonna shake our asses off in Beograd! :)

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      Christopher Tiebs says: Berlin anyone?

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      Melissa Cameron says: I live in Dublin, and Temple Bar should not have been 1 on this list. I can think of other places around the world before here. Temple Bar is a huge tourist trap with over priced food/drink!

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      Amanda Modenbach says: How could you forget New Orleans??

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      Wilfred Cirino Lopez says: Puerto Rico Ohhhhh Yeahhh!

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      Alan Foster says: I'm from texas Houston really must have been drunk before you got there

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      Luisa Parodi says: Hey what about New York, San Francisco, Madrid, Rome, Buenos Aires? Come on!

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      Amar Polić says: This list is a joke. No Berlin? Hahaha

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      James Chuang says: Missed Berlin and Melbourne

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      Scott Ewing says: Temple Bar is a tourist trap. Hardly any Irish people drinking there. Fine if you want to pay near 20 euros for 2 pints. Rip off.

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      Alan Vucendic says: Belgrade!

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      TanYa Abou Jaoude says: You surely never partied in Beirut yet..

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      Aidan Healey says: Nonsense bar Ibiza & possibly Belgrade

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      Daniel G. Iapalu says: The list is a JOKE....no Buenas Aires...??? Seriously, dude ?????

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      Eduardo Côrte-Real says: I've been to Dublin several times and I think it's one of the most interesting nightlife cities I've ever been, especially if you're into conversation over a drink more than into shaking your body to the sound of pop music...

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      Ralf Egging says: Suuure! Risking your life in Sao Paulo and homophobic Baku certainly grants a jolly pleasant evening out. Don't think so!!

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      Basti Beagle says: temple bar dublin <3 <3 <3

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      Daniel Fernández says: They put Ibiza instead of Barcelona... What a taste.

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      Sandra D'Andrade says: Really Nat Geo....Top 10. Who believing this people who never travelled!

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      Tomas Lee says: Lol, writer must have never been to Bangkok!

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      Malia Bensouilah says: Montreal should be on this list!

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      Kerim Kfy says: Ä°stanbul ððð

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      Rob Farrelly says: ok temple bar the area was not named after the pub of the same name there

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      Ana Radenkovic says: Yeah!

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  • avatar From climbing El Capitan to hula-hooping the Seven Summits, our 2015 Adventurers of the Year have redefined possibility. Find out what it takes during a live video conversation with six of the honorees at 1pm EST on January 30—and post your questions below. #AdvofYearChat

    Find out what it takes to chase big adventure dreams in our live Google+ Hangout on Friday, January 30, at 1 p.m. EST.

    Find out what it takes to chase big adventure dreams in our live Google+ Hangout on Friday, January 30, at 1 p.m. EST.

    Posted By National Geographic

    January 29

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      Deborah MacLean says: If the best 5 wesrern survivalists each had an indigenous partner from each different continent,and they spent 3months on each and all continents,who would win prize(say an enviromental fund for conservation)for best diverse surving abilities?.

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      Mohamed ElEmam says: اÙ

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      Mike Kendall says: I'll tell ya what it takes. An insane amount of money.

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      HK Ansari says: i m very found of these kind of activities

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      Gökhan Kanar says: It seems so nice because ı am a really brave man my heart is brave.my brain said that hey boy u go not stop :)

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      Katie Espie says: #BellLetsTalk

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      Jay Montesclaros Cochlan says: I want to go on an adventure like this too.

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      Susan Sami Mercer says: After watching "Underworld" on your channel, it clearly shows video taping Pit Bull mother against her daughter to fight. I am sick to my stomach over this. As a foster mother for Pit Bulls everywhere, this is as low as you get. I will never ever watch your program again. I cried. I cannot believe your crew stood there and watch them fight. How low can you go. It just proves again how Drug Dealers use this breed for monetary gain and how much money a TV channel will pay. Your channel has stooped to an all time low. Shame on you.

      January 29th

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      Antonio Aguilar says: Thanks NG!!

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      Sheifta Anwar says: Way to go Wasfia Nazreen! Bangladesh is with you!!

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      May Terry says: Cool!

      14 hours ago

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      Darlene Pirtle says: Lonnie Bedwell never did receive an invite but Erik did. To the event hosted by national geographic even though he was nominated also.

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      Claudia Sutima Erkeling says: The weather and the actions are so adventure to believe too!

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      Heather Palmer says: Some ideas for you - Mark Wilson

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      Cody Hollinger says: Ryan Smothers

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      Melissa Crites says: Carrie Crites

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      İngilizce Ve Bilim says: (y) Ä°yi eÄlenceler.: Have a nice time.
      hev e nays taym (OkunuÅu)
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      (y) Ä°yi tatiller.: Have a nice journey.
      hev e nays corniy (OkunuÅu)
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      (y) Kendinize iyi bakın.:Take care.
      teyk ker (OkunuÅu)

      Ä°ngilizce öÄrenmek artık çok kolay

      ÃÄrenmek isteyenler buyursun (y)

      January 29th

  • avatar Best known for its 13,324-foot (4,061-meter) massif, Italy's Gran Paradiso Park is a hub for wildlife conservation, scientific research, and cultural preservation—but its ironic story begins in the 19th century.

    Once a royal hunting retreat, Gran Paradiso National Park preserves a wild side of Italy.

    Once a royal hunting retreat, Gran Paradiso National Park preserves a wild side of Italy.

    Posted By National Geographic

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      Joshua George Hopkins says: Italy is a Paradise in of itself. My favourite country in Europe. Bellissima!

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      Nancy Kazamias says: I wish to be there soon. There is so much to enjoy in this peace of paradise.

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      Riena Mae Javier says: ohh,,wOw!!!!

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      Mark Bower says: Nope......already found paradise in Nova Scotia !

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      Augusto Zanoli says: Nicole Degreas olha issoo

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      Sandra Maya says: Sencillamente espectacular

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      Harrison Hart says: Beautiful!

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      Marc Titus says: Terrifically written article.

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      Eleonore Nitorink says: Juan Tomás Vicenzino cbo

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      Ive Dimitrov says: I dont understand,why does my TV cant show national geographic? one week ago it was on..

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      TC Kürşat Kanepeci says: http://osu.web.tr/index.php?id=686

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      Genever Beltran says: So seren

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      Shohel Hossain says: Nice

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      Govinda Tudu says: Beautiful!!

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      Dean Dezwaan says: take me there

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      Irene Le says: breathtaking view :)

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      Elisa Autheman says: Affascinante!

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      Kathy Beecher says: Great informative article!

      January 29th

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      Anželika Beresteviča says: Ñай на земле-Ñказка

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      Mary Estrella Trasviña Nuñes says: Verdadero paraisoo

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      Laura Prestinoni says: Il paradiso

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      Raymond Busuttil says: Gran Paradiso Park in Valle D'Aosta is a real Paridise from my experience

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      Nida Chaudry says: SubhanAllah

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      Renata Sobczak says: bajkowo

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      Marion Assnk Pamart says: Hope,habemus

      January 29th

  • avatar "What we may often neglect in our portrait photography are the clues that seep into us more subconsciously—the context clues," says assistant photo editor Marie McGrory, overseeing the Faceless Portraits assignment on #YourShot. (Photograph by Ashley Cunningham)

    See more top shots—and don't forget to submit your own:

    "What we may often neglect in our portrait photography are the clues that seep into us more subconsciously—the context clues," says assistant photo editor Marie McGrory, overseeing the Faceless Portraits assignment on #YourShot. (Photograph by Ashley...

    Read More...

    Posted By National Geographic

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      Eric N Shannon Westergaard says: Its a housewife clearly. She is in her living room alone with a space helmet on, appearing to look out the window. To me it says, that she is caught in an existence of being a housewife and all the repetitive day to day activities..it is her oxygen because its all she knows. Looking out the window, she is contemplating stepping out of the usual, the norm, the comfortable, which would require taking off the helmet and risking everything shes ever known. The risk of changing her life. You can tell by the way she is sitting she is tense and unsure.

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      Sheena Month says: My interpretation is she longs to be somewhere else. Stating the obvious I first thought "House Wife" in space, but to look more into it maybe she just wants to be somewhere she's never seen, someone she's never been but relies on the safety of what she knows and that keeps her confined to who she has become instead of chasing who she really is!

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      Robert Carlson says: So.... what IS the context here?

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      Ana Geovani says: Maybe she is the reincarnation of Sandy who was waiting Spongebob and Patrick?

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      Brian Klein says: Art is subjective. No one can tell you exactly what you're supposed to feel, as long as it makes you feel something.

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      Jason Matthews says: Ashley

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      Semut Semut says: Just wanna be in a comfort zone... Confine to her own space!

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      Ashley Marie Matthews says: For sure! I was going to use cody's astronaut helmet too!! That was my next idea anyways ð how funny!! (Jason )

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      April Jensen Norcross says: Looks like Mrs. Stig

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      Ashley Marie Matthews says: YES Jason

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      Jen Anne says: I think people want to be " Bubble boy " in Signfeild this woman would look more good instead of the helmet in a full body condom :)

      8 hours ago

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      Luke Thompson says: she feels lost, cold and alone, perhaps after the death of a family member/husband

      21 hours ago

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      Mohamed Rashid Haffajee says: Maybe it's something else? When you go into space or to the moon you have to take life-giving air with you. Here it is dark on the inside, like a strange place, like the moon, and her natural world is where the light is, ie outside, where she can breathe naturally, where she is at ease.

      21 hours ago

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      Nicola Gilmore says: It's creepy hate it

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      Judy Coward says: I see "superior rye" on a pillow. She could be alcoholic and the helmet represents her feeling of being alone and trapped in a world she wishes she could change

      January 29th

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      Dawn Hanna says: to me it says life in a toxic environment, which everyone denies exists, but this woman knows it's toxic, is worried about it, wants protection from it, but cannot escape it...hence the space helmet.

      January 29th

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      Dana Harrell Sanders says: Her body is stuck in this world doing everyday mundane tasks...her head is is the clouds dreaming of brighter places.

      January 29th

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      Kev Man says: Portrait photography has been replaced by the lesser quality, and lower valued, 'selfie'.

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      John D Lewis says: I see a woman that is lonely and figures that she might as well be sitting in that chair on the Moon instead of in that house or apartment. Sometimes she puts that globe on the coffee table and looks at it dreaming of all the places she wishes she could visit.

      January 29th

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      Zaq Hollar says: armchair astronaut like me ^_^ we can go everywhere in the world and many places beyond without getting out of the bath ! it's got it's pro's and cons like everything else :\

      January 29th

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      Deb Jeffrey says: This is a lady living on PEI. She has to wear the helmet to protect her from the chemicals being sprayed on the potatoes. She longs to be able to open her window and breathe clean air but alas the PEI Governement wont' protect her.

      January 29th

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      Fernando Tarifa Paredes says: Pobre mujer esta perdida en su sistema digital.

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      Austin McNabb says: Her face is creepy as satan himself.

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      Ruth Meyer says: Oh...what's my chirocraptor's number?

      January 29th

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      Diwata Nohope says: Non existence. Solitude. Fear. Anxiety.

      January 29th

  • avatar The removal of a massive structure in the Delaware River is just one step in an ongoing movement to dismantle thousands of dams—restoring disrupted ecosystems and saving countless fish.

    This spring, for the first time in more than two centuries, American shad, striped bass, and river herring may spawn in White Clay Creek, a tributary of the Delaware River in northern Delaware.

    This spring, for the first time in more than two centuries, American shad, striped bass, and river herring may spawn in White Clay Creek, a tributary of the Delaware River in northern Delaware.

    Posted By National Geographic

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      Jon Mark Goulet says: Doesn't that meant any Eco system that has amen hold in these areas will now be wiped out and drowned? Kinda strange to create/ destroy an ecosystem and then do the exact same thing again. Or is it just me?

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      Jon Saxton says: How long until we start taking down the wind generators?

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      Steve Andersen says: The Chinese are building dams at quite a pace and there is very serious interest in South America, Africa, and even in North America. They serve both water supply and power generation needs. There is a new hydropower design protocol in place that is intended to improve design and minimize social & ecological impacts

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      Andy Lee Charles says: How will you power your Prius ? Take away coal and dams and make war on nukes and what do you have ? i hope you think about that as you shiver in the cold this winter that was caused by global warming

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      Devon Marks says: All you people disliking this movement need to do a little research. Watching the movie "Damnation" on Netflix is a good start.

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      Martin Ivatt says: Think its just you ;) No seriously, restoring these river valleys to their natural state..as they were for thousands of years, will be an enormous environmental gain for the earths delicate ecosystems

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      John Grice says: Hydro power is cheap and clean. This causes us to have to burn more coal. And the dams reduce flood damage. Wrong move with this.

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      Susan Adams Pierson says: And in the process of removing the dams now...after years of them being there you are destroying the new ecosystems that have developed....stupids....

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      Mišo Lužnik says: Geez... So what, instead of river you make a lake with a dam. Fish come, fish go, if it disrupted one species, something new would fill it's space eventually. But not in a period of 50 years, duh. It's still a way better solution to have some more dams than some more thermo or nuclear plants. The latter as you say is making a hell on Earth (literally), so I still find it better to flood one valley than drying 5 of them.

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      Lance Wilson says: The eco system by now has adapted to there being a dam. You get rid of the dam and you'll only destroy ANOTHER eco system in trying to restore the past one.

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      Rosemary Button says: Really? You think they just blow up the dams & let the water flood downstream? For pity's sake, they obviously let the water flow through the dam (I think they're called floodgates) and reduce the water level behind the dam before it's dismantled. Sheesh.

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      Dan Ney says: Wow, removing dams while constructing new ones in the Amazon! Really great! How ridiculously insane and criminal!

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      Larry Sockwell says: Most of the dams being dismantled have already been decommissioned, all the bickering is for nothing.

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      Ola Demers says: they should have left things alone to begin with

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      Andrew Willyard says: This only seems plausible for newer dams. If it's been around long enough, then the local ecosystem has adapted to its presence. Removing the dam would just re-disrupt the ecosystem.

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      Sean Richards says: So stupid

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      Ati Bekes says: So that ecosystem that had been created now will newly will be destroyed? Brilliant! Who is the flunkin genius behind this?

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      Marty Finkbeiner says: Weren't the dams built to protect farmland and homes downstream from massive flooding?

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      Ed Dee says: Build dams to PRODUCE CLEAN ENERGY. Stop climate change from the use of OIL and COAL or FRACKING for ENERGY hat causes earthquakes.

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      Tun Tun Nyee says: Cool bring down the dams so we can build more coal or fossil fuel plants ...

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      Scott Robert Warner says: Beavers created many Eco systems by building dams....lots of variables here.....

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      Gregory Casey says: Well in Northern California its either we put up more dams to save water for its people or use the water we send to southern California. We need water but aren't aloud to save any for our selves. We get rodded by those who live in a dessert

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      Martha Slattery says: Most dams are put in to provide water to growning cities. What are they going to so during a severe drought? Most large cities were built around the availabilty of a reliable source of clean water. You pull down all these dams, and your not going to have a reliable source of water anymore.

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      Andy McIntosh says: And leave what for people to drink, now?

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      Randi Richardson Scher says: and yet, in the Amazon, huge dams are going up...

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  • avatar "Everything we are and everything in the universe and on Earth originated from stardust, and it continually floats through us even today," says astrophysicist Karel Schrijver.

    Astrophysics and medical pathology don't, at first sight, appear to have much in common. What do sunspots have to do with liver spots? How does the big bang connect with cystic fibrosis?

    Astrophysics and medical pathology don't, at first sight, appear to have much in common. What do sunspots have to do with liver spots? How does the big bang connect with cystic fibrosis?

    Posted By National Geographic

    January 28

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      Laurin Suiter says: Carl Sagan taught us this in 'Cosmos': "If you wish to make an apple pie from scratch, you must first invent the universe."

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      Mike Fassano says: We are Stardust, we are Golden, and we've got to ourselves back to the garden.

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      Johnny N Shauna says: This doesn't disprove there is a creator...it simply identifies what THE creator may have used to make us! Can a car be made from nothing? No because we can determine it's composition is made of resources we can find on this earth. We intelligently design and rearrange those resources to make an intricate technologically advanced modern day vehicle. Yet, we as humans are multiple times more intricate and complicated. Unless you can show me a car that can heal itself, or have feelings, or cry, laugh and love? I truly admire those who believe we were not created or we just exploded into existence because that takes more faith to believe than any other "theory" in the world.....

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      Jaime Jaime says: "It is far better to grasp the universe as it really is than to persist in delusion, however satisfying and reassuring...The truth may be puzzling. It may take some work to grapple with. It may be counterintuitive. It may contradict deeply held prejudices. It may not be consonant with what we desperately want to be true. But our preferences do not determine what's true.â - Carl Sagan

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      Xavier Ruiz says: Genesis 2:7 NKJV

      And the Lord God formed man of the dust of the ground, and breathed into his nostrils the breath of life; and man became a living being.

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      Holly Libby says: Wrong! Everything we are is because of God! Our Creator.

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      Clinton Kingma says: I first learnt of this when an astrophysicist and professor of biology came to our local parish when I was a teen to give a talk on human origins and evolution, the following week was Ash Wednesday and the blessing which the priest at my (then) home parish of St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church gave was amazing; as he anointed us with ash he said "from stardust you came and to stardust you will return."

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      Martha Slattery says: Genesis 3:19; after Adam & Eve fell into sin, God said "For dust you are, and to dust you shall return." Many will use this stardust idea as evidence of evolution, but it actually verifies creation. It is very possible God used stardust to create every since He did say in His Word that we are made of dust.

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      Luiz Carlos Reis Oliveira says: http://youtu.be/tH2w6Oxx0kQ

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      Rudi-Jo S. Le Roux says: So God created human beings in his own image. In the image of God he created them; male and female he created them. Then God blessed them and said, âBe fruitful and multiply. Fill the earth and govern it. Reign over the fish in the sea, the birds in the sky, and all the animals that scurry along the ground.â (Genesis 1:27-28 NLT)

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      Cheryl Ann Irvyn says: The amazing thing is that every atom in your body came from a star that exploded. And, the atoms in your left hand probably came from a different star than your right hand. It really is the most poetic thing I know about physics: You are all stardust. You couldnât be here if stars hadnât exploded, because the elements - the carbon, nitrogen, oxygen, iron, all the things that matter for evolution - werenât created at the beginning of time. They were created in the nuclear furnaces of stars, and the only way they could get into your body is if those stars were kind enough to explode. So, forget Jesus. The stars died so that you could be here today.
      "A Universe From Nothing" by Lawrence Krauss, AAI 2009 (16:50-17:23)

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      Leni Elyane Bazant says: God did not write anything, people did, stories...

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      Stephen Newberry says: Somehow this went from an educational scientific topic to a religious quoting of verses. The article is about our relationship to Stars and the human body. Not religion.

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      Leticia Wyche says: Read the bible you will know the original of the Universe and how created us we are Stardust,in Genesis 1:1-to the whole chapter.we have to go back to the dust but our spirit needs to go back to the hands of God..

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      Jose Muro says: Nothing from nothing equals nothing. Star dust cannot produce living things. It's like looking at a video recorder and insisting that it came about as a result of evolution over millions of years. Claiming that nobody made the recorder.

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      Art Askey says: Lots of godwits and religiods commenting on here again. Its a science Post, you must actually be sinning by even being on here. Are you so scared of your man written concept of eternal damnation that you have to post on scientific articles all the time.
      Go post on religious ones where you can spout your beliefs.
      Don't forget that your books were written by men, men who didnt know where the sun went at night, or that the earth was not flat and that the sun didnt go around the earth.
      Keep your hate filled rhetroic and your bully scare tactics to yourselves and your little Sunday meetings. Its the 21st century, not the dark ages, you cannot burn people at the stake anymore!

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      Farai Oliver Gono says: I still believe God made me!

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      Mad Cat says: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9D05ej8u-gU

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      Jim Odden says: I think Carl Sagen said something very similar in the original 'The Cosmos' series.

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      Bruno Xavier says: Hey look... The stupid fanatic religious cunts are already here.

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      Io Europa says: We are the work of the most High God .... Glory be to His name

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      Glenn More says: Universally speaking maybe right. But our existence is not a coincidence. Everything happens according to God's time which is more perfect than any human calendar. Everyone was created for a purpose like plants and animals are.

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      Meredith Seidl says: So Cosby, Stills & Nash were right when they sang "we are stardust, we are golden..."?! YAY

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      John Brown says: how are these galaxies going to survive with the global warming? LOL

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      Paul Lee says: And where does Stardust come from? Buncha Bologna.

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  • avatar Photo of the Day: Summer night falls over an alpine meadow stippled with wildflowers in Italy's Gran Paradiso National Park. #photography

    Summer night falls over Italy's Gran Paradiso National Park in this National Geographic Photo of the Day from Stefano Unterthiner.

    Summer night falls over Italy's Gran Paradiso National Park in this National Geographic Photo of the Day from Stefano Unterthiner.

    Posted By National Geographic

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      Julian Seager says: Beautiful !

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      Mimi Wyatt Hossain says: Peaceful

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      Cid Falcão says: Muriel, Amanda, Pagnotta Melissa

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      Ei Pont says: OMG !!!!! I wish I could be there when I wake up the nxt morning. <3 <3

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      Joelle West says: http://cdn.hellogiggles.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/06/02/liz-lemon-i-want-to-go-to-there.gif

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      Kristine Colosie says: Sarah Wallace

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      Sam Roberson says: Oh I really want to go to Gran Paradiso Lauren Dempster

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      Camille Ramos says: Jun Dio! :)

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      Sel Ma says: Erica Maria Zeni lindo..

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      Carlos Rostran says: que maravilla esto demuestra que Dios esta vivo

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      Otto Amsjö says: Anneli

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      Lotte de Jongh says: Beautiful! I can imagine myself standing there and taking a deep breath..

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      Barbara Dwyer says: Very lovely, wish I could see it in person.

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      Raxed Baltazar says: paradise

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      Jeremiah Alger says: Desiree Bigornia

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      Yuridia Loera says: Livingstone Marmon

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      Rahul Ramaprasad says: Bhoomika Kumar

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      Darryl A. Balaba says: gurl, manilhig ta diri. Hahahaha! Kriz Tidalgo

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      RJ Wahlang says: Its just magnificent. If u really want heavenly peace go to nature.

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      Rencie Aaron B says: This place reminds me od weeping lily meadow in valkyrie profile

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      Ariful Islam says: Very nice plce

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      Hamid Meer Channa says: Beautifull

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      Andres Mondala says: just a dream!

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      Mar Bau says: Such a beautiful and relaxing place , i would like to live there .

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      Nina Gaekward Cheng says: (Y) stunning <3 <3 <3

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  • avatar Our editor's video of the day: "I spent 23 days on an elephant to get one photograph of a mom [tiger] and a cub," says Steve Winter. "[And] in ten seconds I got an iconic image that became one of my favorite images."

    Photographer Steve Winter focuses his lens on the diminishing numbers of big cats on our planet.

    Photographer Steve Winter focuses his lens on the diminishing numbers of big cats on our planet.

    Posted By National Geographic

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      Martín Benítez says: Poor elephant

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      Jan Kottka says: Thank you for your efforts...they are beautiful

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      Huib Versloot says: It is not okay to sit on an elephant! For whatever reason. I thought the world knew this by now!

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      Rebecka Maine says: The photo is great. The abused elephant which spent 23 days paying for it much less so.

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      Camila Machado says: Ok, such a beautiful image. .. but what about the elephant? After 23 days he deserves a pic too at least!

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      Sandra Lee Lawson says: You should not be riding on elephants.

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      Boyko Serdarov says: nice

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      Lisette Davidson says: It's absolutely beautiful!

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      Jewell Booth says: Stunning! But why the elephant abuse? :/

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      Zarina Parveen says: Iconic indeed. It was worth the wait for this lovely photo. Thank you for waiting :-)

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      Sapphina Hopkins says: what a beautiful picture its magiical

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      Spiros Shizakis says: Wait!There are cougars in LA?!?!

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      Otto Amsjö says: Anneli, kolla denna

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      Charlene Freude says: WOW I love this picture . i love tigers i have a passion for them. they are a beautiflull creature

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      Cheryl Hildebrand says: How unfortunate for the Elephant.

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      Paria Piran says: Wowwwww

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      Marijane Kathrine Coulter says: Beautiful. Thanks for sharing...

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      Armrget Kaur says: how loving

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      Dipti Kapoor says: National Animal of India @,,,,,,,,

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      Raija Arain says: Beautiful shots and worth waiting

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      Gurnoor Bhullar says: wow

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      Aubrey Pierce says: Beautiful and timeless. Worth it.

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      Fred Schutzman says: too beautiful

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      Aleish Cababat says: amazing...good job!

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      Dawn Corradini says: your efforts were rewarded, lovely photo ,beautiful mum and little one .

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  • avatar It was long believed that nothing could survive beneath Antarctica's ice sheets—but discoveries such as this transparent fish have disproved the theory.

    After drilling through Antarctica's Ross Ice Shelf, scientists have discovered microbes, crustaceans, and even several kinds of strange fish living in water buried under nearly half a mile (740 meters) of ice.

    After drilling through Antarctica's Ross Ice Shelf, scientists have discovered microbes, crustaceans, and even several kinds of strange fish living in water buried under nearly half a mile (740 meters) of ice.

    Posted By National Geographic

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      Meredith Allen says: Yes the Earth is amazing! Wake up world and realize that before our time is prematurely over! We can do so much more for our planet to save and help it survive.

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      Laoi Ó Murchú says: I watched 'Ice', the X-Files episode, last night... Horrible things live under the ice apparently.

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      Stephanie Fortney says: Life will find a way.

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      Diandra Pillay says: Its see through.. No wonder it took them a while to find it lol

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      Ana Eccles says: Gods adaptability... Is got creatures everywhere

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      Matthew Coussell says: What else could be under the ice?
      http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=5ftmr17M-a4

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      Heather Wizbicki says: Try saying Antarctica 10Ã fast lol

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      Maclovio Alexis Mendoza says: The planet was around long before humans yet Humans think they know everything about Earth when they haven't even explored the seas to learn since they're too busy killing and destroying everything.

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      Jonah Stern says: The more we learn, the clearer it becomes how little we know...

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      Craig Dunne Dillon says: Anything is possible

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      Scott Collien says: Life is tougher then science gives it credit for...

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      Joey Everett says: Who believed? Simple minded atheist scientist? Oh they always assume they know it all lol duh

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      Elyse McDaniel says: First of all why are they drilling 2400 feet into ice? The word 'drilling' never means anything good when it comes to nature.

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      Галина Куян says: Live and learn! Scientists and explorers do so much to improve our knowledge not only in underwater icy life in Antarctic but everywhere. Thank them for their investigations!

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      Wayne Murphy says: It never surprises me how life can exist in extreme places,from deep below ground in rock,to tardygrades,so it just proves that life can live anywhere in space.

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      Philip Sevenster says: If something can live there, then there is life on mars for sure..

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      Stephen Martínek says: Nature, always debunking man's self absorbed hypothesis.

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      Anup Setty says: They killed the fish!

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      Juan Ricardo Guzman says: Amazing

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      Matty Sargent says: I was a transparent fish once

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      Ajay Kumar says: life can survive even under such conditions

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      Sendra Lianto says: Amazing

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      Valeria Weerasinghe says: Diana Scalfati :)

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      Louise Carrier says: Look Brigid O'Connor :) xxx

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      Kevin Humes says: Now let's not make this fish extinct

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  • avatar Watch: Though New York City didn't see as much precipitation as expected, the snowfall created beautiful images of quiet streets and children playing in a winter wonderland.

    Snow brings beauty, not chaos, to New York City. Though it created havoc for much of New England, the storm did not live up to its hype in the Big Apple.

    Snow brings beauty, not chaos, to New York City. Though it created havoc for much of New England, the storm did not live up to its hype in the Big Apple.

    Posted By National Geographic

    January 28

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      Michael Noble says: If or when a severe blizzard hits NY, there will be many deaths because the city wonât be prepared for the disaster: either the authorities will be too fearful to act, because this particular predicted disaster did not happen, or people will just ignore the warnings because they think the meteorologists have called âwolfâ too many times (which is not the meteorologists fault, because weather prediction is not an exact science).

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      James Elrod says: Sorry, but Cape Cod is a disaster...don't really care about the non-event in NYC.

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      Nathan Graham says: Global warming caused the snow not to fall so hard.... so says National Geographic.

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      Donna DiScuillo Gilbert says: NY didnt get it but RI and Mass. did

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      Brittany Gluck says: Long Island got slammed...

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      Eneida Marrero says: Emely Galletti

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      Paul Rocks says: Nichola McElroy just as you were saying

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      Rene Cervantes says: Don't got snow I meant to say in the mountains in California.

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      Marc Crawford says: Domenick Di Salvo

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      Andrea Cecilia Poli says: Maravilloso!!!!

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      Cohen Eliane says: should have more quiet time like these. Good for the soul.

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      Tam Capote says: :(

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      Juan Ricardo Guzman says: Wonderland

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      Irene Brodie says: No cars makes it beautiful

      January 29th

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      Karen Ingalls Bryan says: Some areas of MA got 34 inches. We are Mostly coastal but still got 27 inches.

      Great video though. Nicely done.

      January 29th

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      Ingeborg Svenkerud Mikkelsen says: Hyseria?

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      ADél El-WàHçh says: https://www.facebook.com/pages/اÙصÙاة-اÙصÙاة-ÙÙاÙÙÙت-اÙÙاÙÙÙ/367696646668144?ref=aymt_homepage_panel

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      Ferdinand Soriano says: Natural calamity go worst..

      January 28th

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      Gladys Cabral says: K bellos paisajes los felicito x acá ASE mucho calor

      January 28th

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      Yolanda Rosales Loessener says: Que bello, vivi hace muchos años en N Y, tengo gratos recuerdo.....

      January 28th

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      Mohamed Rayyane says: beautiful

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      Kristine Vitali says: NYC in the snow is magical

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      Sara Ssutherland says: Garreth Lenagh

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      Sébastien Michaud-Verner says: Lol you should come to quebec , if you reslly want snow. I mean 5 month of fucking snow and im not even talking about the -40 celcius. Why wasnt i born in cuba ..

      January 28th

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      Jack Rose says: so beautiful

      January 28th

  • avatar Best known as the first blind person to climb Mount Everest, Erik Weihenmayer has defied the odds with his hiking and kayaking feats. Hear from him and more 2015 Adventurers of the Year during a live video conversation at 1pm EST on Friday, January 30. Post your questions below or on Twitter using #AdvofYearChat: Best known as the first blind person to climb Mount Everest, Erik Weihenmayer has defied the odds with his hiking and kayaking feats. Hear from him and more 2015 Adventurers of the Year during a live video conversation at 1pm EST on Friday, January 3...

    Read More...

    Posted By National Geographic

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      Sid Dawud says: Hello Erik. You are an amazing person and a true inspiration ! You show us that anything is possible. Thank you !!

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      Jill Sluiter Babcock says: your eyes arent blind if your heart can see. :D

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      Eila Quilt says: Amazing!

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      Amrish Karki says: Nepal

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      Monica Marin says: Amazing and inspirational... Truly shows that when you have heart.. anything is possible.

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      Vicky Avila Zuñiga says: Wow!!!!!!?

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      Teri Hamer Harris says: Tighe Marie Baier

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      Sarah Scott says: Isaac Schultz

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      Leticia Wyche says: Wow that's Amazing..

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      V-Sudha Venu says: God bless Him

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      Maryanne Grubb-Fitzpatrick says: What a legend!

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      Azy Lefty says: Yazilah Shila Yazir

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      Ambreen Siddiqui says: wooow

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      Anjana Rana-Singh says: Respect!

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      Dizzy Lizzy says: He's amazing!!

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      Haley Schildgen says: This guy is my spirit animal:)

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      Kim Andrew M Michael says: how did he do that?

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      Juan Ricardo Guzman says: Awesome

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      Dilek Sogay says: Wooww Yes !!

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      Jonah Aglak says: No excuses! :)

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      Honey Ems Kraus says: you are stunning Erik and you have brave determind heart God bless you!

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      Ruth Frost says: Wow! Such courage! What an amazing accomplishment for anyone, let alone someone that can't see! congratulations Erik , and respect to you!

      23 hours ago

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      Jobert Lapagao Arevalo says: Wow I just want to try that

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      Yusuf Karim says: Extreme

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      Ambika Talari says: great

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  • avatar Have you heard? National Geographic is now on Snapchat's Discover. Explore the world with us on our new channel: http://on.natgeo.com/1BvrgZj

    Have you heard? National Geographic is now on Snapchat's Discover. Explore the world with us on our new channel: <a href="http://on.natgeo.com/1BvrgZj" rel="nofollow">http://on.natgeo.com/1BvrgZj</a>

    Posted By National Geographic

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      Derrek Clay says: I totally thought this was a picture of a sloth smoking

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      Bradley Bower says: Looks great!

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  • avatar #PringlesTortillas? Score!

    #PringlesTortillas? Score!

    Posted By Pringles

    January 24

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      Gianna Rivecco says: Original

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      Carla Burgbacher says: Yumm!

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      Erin Mitchell says: Cinnamon sugar ones FTW!

      January 24th

  • avatar You don’t just eat ’em. You get all fancy with ’em.

    Posted By Pringles

    January 23

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      Matt Smith says: No, I just eat them :)

      January 23rd

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      William Malernee says: Believe it or not, mix up some tuna and mayo like you would a sandwhich but use the tuna as a dip for pringles, Amazing. The saltiness of the pringle and chip flavor really tops it off. Or use pickle flovor pringles, perfection

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      Layla Martiinez says: my favorite chips!

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      Samantha Hunt says: <3 Pringles

      January 23rd

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      Flores Oscar says: Like a sir (picks up pinky)

      January 23rd

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      Allison Tom Harshnine says: Actually I don't get fancy I smash on them until there gone.

      January 23rd

    • avatar

      Joe Gutierrez says: Kayla Gutierrez that explains alot

      January 23rd

    • avatar

      Ivan Nazzari says: I buy them and then put them in the pantry then I grab them do 2 flips in the air get naked throw them at a kids face and star running screaming TASTE THE RAINBOW... Ahhhh got to love m&m's

      January 23rd

  • avatar Winter Stealth. He has it. #SnowballFight

    Winter Stealth. He has it. #SnowballFight

    Posted By Pringles

    January 13

    126 likes 4 comments
    • avatar

      Torrey Partte says: I want some pringles right now!

      January 14th

      1 person likes this.

    • avatar

      Andrew Mtc says: What happened to guacamole Pringles!

      January 14th

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      January 24th

  • avatar Trophy time. What? There’s another one?

    Trophy time. What? There’s another one?

    Posted By Pringles

    January 12

    71 likes 1 comment
    • avatar

      Kasheena Renee Hooks Hollis says: These are my FAVORITE ð

      January 21st

  • avatar Best newcomer goes to … #PringlesTortillas NEW Zesty Salsa.

    Best newcomer goes to … #PringlesTortillas NEW Zesty Salsa.

    Posted By Pringles

    January 11

    105 likes 2 comments
    • avatar

      Sally Toms Pomerantz says: GREST!

      January 21st

    • avatar

      Ed Gabree says: My salsa. My salsa salsa salsa salsa. Im the lead singer of my band .....

      January 11th

  • avatar You snowflake ’em. #PringlesStix

    You snowflake ’em. #PringlesStix

    Posted By Pringles

    January 09

    119 likes 4 comments
    • avatar

      Drina Phil says: You guys are the only chip company that doesn't sell air

      January 10th

      1 person likes this.

    • avatar

      Pearl Jeffery says: If you coated them in choclate they be just like pocky but i still enjoy then both so very much sugarcookie stix is my favorite ......

      January 17th

    • avatar

      Britney Smart says: #MarchAgainstMonsanto

      January 9th

  • avatar “This year I’m going to use my time wisely.” #PringlesTortillas
    #NewYearsResolutions

    “This year I’m going to use my time wisely.” #PringlesTortillas
#NewYearsResolutions

    Posted By Pringles

    January 01

    239 likes 7 comments
    • avatar

      Scott Garner says: So dang tired of buying Pringles. Done with y'all's crap. No seasoning. Every container is this way suppose too be BBQ. Every chip not even 1/4 covered. Y'all hurting that bad for money?

      January 4th

      1 person likes this.

    • avatar

      Grace Heupel says: I love your chips! :D

      January 8th

      1 person likes this.

    • avatar

      Sally Toms Pomerantz says: These are the greatest Tortillas ever. When will you come out with a taste of lime?

      January 21st

    • avatar

      Kyle Whuu says: pringles your chips are awesome but, would you guys consider trying to cover the entire chip with flavoring and not half or less?

      January 2nd

  • avatar Almost midnight. Pucker up!
    #HappyNewYear2015!

    Almost midnight. Pucker up!
#HappyNewYear2015!

    Posted By Pringles

    January 01

    200 likes 4 comments
    • avatar

      Kayla Elizabeth Jones says: Emily Cox ,ððð

      January 1st

      1 person likes this.

    • avatar

      Andy Mees says: I smoke marijuana

      January 1st

      1 person likes this.

    • avatar

      Cody Dawn says: ugly

      January 1st

  • avatar Football bowls, salsa bowls – it’s bowl mania! #PringlesTortillas are all over it.

    Football bowls, salsa bowls – it’s bowl mania! #PringlesTortillas are all over it.

    Posted By Pringles

    December 27

    162 likes 4 comments
    • avatar

      Kaitlin Lee says: I wanna make that lol haha :D

      December 28th

    • avatar

      Kalista Hill says: COOL! ð

      December 28th

  • avatar Kick back big guy. You deserve it.

    Kick back big guy. You deserve it.

    Posted By Pringles

    December 26

    187 likes 3 comments
    • avatar

      Alex Queen says:

      December 31st

      1 person likes this.

    • avatar

      Derek Harper says: What about the reindeer and the elves?

      December 26th

    • avatar

      Jinny Winfield says: http://csl.ink/ins

      December 30th

  • avatar #HolidayCheer champion 2014.

    #HolidayCheer champion 2014.

    Posted By Pringles

    December 25

    243 likes 1 comment
    • avatar

      Bryce Diven says: Oh yeeaaahh!

      December 26th

  • avatar These people are expecting a lot of hungry carolers. #caroling

    These people are expecting a lot of hungry carolers. #caroling

    Posted By Pringles

    December 17

    115 likes 7 comments
    • avatar

      Shane O'neill says: Mark O Brien next edition

      December 20th

  • avatar 12/13/14 only comes around every 100 years. Celebrate it right. Share some Pringles.

    12/13/14 only comes around every 100 years. Celebrate it right. Share some Pringles.

    Posted By Pringles

    December 13

    1259 likes 14 comments
    • avatar

      Jacob Toeppe says: Every 10 years actually.

      December 13th

      1 person likes this.

    • avatar

      Aaron Novotny says: Actually every date only happens every 100 years

      December 15th

    • avatar

      Andi Pringle says: â¡

      December 14th

    • avatar

      Roger Barber says: that's weird

      December 13th

    • avatar

      Nils Hogg says: daughters birthday today lol

      December 13th

    • avatar

      Annette Jacobs says: Yes, glade to be here

      December 13th

    • avatar

      Michael Paul says: Abby Davis

      December 13th

    • avatar

      Anis Mdeiwayeh Jr. says: My birthday

      December 13th

      1 person likes this.

    • avatar

      Elizabeth Pease says: Actually I thought 12/12/12 was pretty cool, but it's is neat, too!

      December 13th

    • avatar

      Sammie Love says: Mmmmm, Pringles...

      December 13th

    • avatar

      Lailah Brown says: Nadiya M. Brown ð±

      December 13th

    • avatar

      Darice Gamache says: nom, nom, nom!

      December 13th

  • avatar Bad #elf

    Bad #elf

    Posted By Pringles

    December 09

    247 likes 10 comments
    • avatar

      Kerri Bryan says: Smart #elf

      December 9th

      3 people like this.

    • avatar

      Jessica Anderson says: ;)

      December 10th

      4 people like this.

    • avatar

      Agzam Dulatov says: Bad elf on the shelf?

      December 13th

    • avatar

      Emily Elizabeth says: U DONE DIDDLY ATE ALL MY PRINGLES. Cute. I remember one year my elves Kasey, Alex, and their Reindeer Jingles decided it would be funny to cover my floor in flour. When I woke up my parents laughed and told me to clean up after my elves, and boy you'd never believe how hard it was to clean all that flour up. :) Merry Christmas everyone!

      December 13th

    • avatar

      Greg Pacey says: The elf in the can is a Prigles chip man

      December 12th

    • avatar

      Glenda Nelms says: It looks like the elf likes Pringles :)

      December 10th

    • avatar

      Marci Mcgowan says: Elf from shelf fell into the can!

      December 10th

    • avatar

      Esgar Garcia says: I mean #Pringle's

      December 9th

    • avatar

      Esgar Garcia says: I like pizza flavored. #Ruffles

      December 9th

  • avatar It’s not officially the holidays until you try ’em.
    #PringlesHoliday

    It’s not officially the holidays until you try ’em.
#PringlesHoliday

    Posted By Pringles

    December 03

    339 likes 59 comments
    • avatar

      Mi Names Jeff says: They are nasty..

      December 3rd

      5 people like this.

    • avatar

      Tommy Aquino says: BT Smith & Kamie Aquino, I need some of those white chocolate ones.

      December 3rd

      6 people like this.

    • avatar

      Sandra Suiter-Pineda says: The cinnamon and sugar looks good.

      December 3rd

      2 people like this.

    • avatar

      Lisa Evans-Cooke says: Suppose to be DIPPED in chocolate ! The Lays choc covered were good, These suck, no chocolate on them at all !

      December 6th

      2 people like this.

    • avatar

      Cynthia Carmouche says: Lawrence find me the pecan ones!

      December 3rd

      2 people like this.

    • avatar

      Julie Boone says: Can someone tell me where I can find the pecan pie Pringles? Target had them last year but they don't this year. I've also looked in Walmart.

      December 13th

      1 person likes this.

    • avatar

      Cheryl Krepps says: I tried the Pecan Pie flavor & I thought it was good..it has a sweet & just a hint of salt...

      December 8th

      1 person likes this.

    • avatar

      Althea Cannon says: I tried the chocolate Pringles.. :-(

      December 4th

      1 person likes this.

    • avatar

      Alyssa Ann Germain says: Get me the white chocolate ones please. Lol. Felicia Germain Christina Anderson Wiggins

      December 3rd

      1 person likes this.

    • avatar

      Lorna Davis says: Walmart has then and they are awful tasting

      December 3rd

      1 person likes this.

    • avatar

      April Vaughn says: I'd like to try White Chocolate ones and the Cinnamon and Sugar ones,they sound really good! And no,I don't think that they'd b nasty either, they sound really tasteful to me!

      December 3rd

      1 person likes this.

    • avatar

      Mitchell Mcdonald says: That looks good

      December 3rd

      1 person likes this.

    • avatar

      Luis XWolf Rizner says: Corrine!! 0_o

      December 3rd

      1 person likes this.

    • avatar

      Elvia Carmona says: Cinnamon and sugar are my favorite!!!! Please make them permanent!!! ððð

      January 27th

    • avatar

      Bronco Tarantino says: Julie Boone try an Google them or the pringles website :)

      January 5th

    • avatar

      Sherry Moyers says: Would love to try these white chocolate. Would love to try em!

      January 1st

    • avatar

      Aquotic Wolf says: White chocolate is Actually good I gotta try Cinnoman sugar

      December 29th

    • avatar

      Molly Hohenberger says: SO GROSS

      December 25th

    • avatar

      Deb Saunders says: Send them and I'll try them.

      December 23rd

    • avatar

      Summers Rain says: Got the milk chocolate ones. Thought they were going to be chocolate covered.They taste great anyway. Bring them back again next year.

      December 23rd

    • avatar

      Christie Billington says: I need to order some pecan pie please

      December 15th

    • avatar

      Zachary Alexander says: I'd rather have Sour Cream And Onion than to have that.

      December 4th

    • avatar

      Jackie Curran says: I tried the cinnamon sugar and the white chocolate. ....all I can say is YUCK and Pringles should stick with what works!

      December 4th

    • avatar

      Cassie Lynn says: Get me these! Scott Gwen Tapley

      December 4th

    • avatar

      Marci Mcgowan says: Hate pecan pie!

      December 4th

  • avatar Don’t just keep up – surpass the Jones’. #HolidayWin

    Don’t just keep up – surpass the Jones’. #HolidayWin

    Posted By Pringles

    December 02

    113 likes 8 comments
    • avatar

      Matthew Anderson says: Good

      December 2nd

    • avatar

      Glenda Nelms says: It looks like the Pringles cans are shining bright :)

      December 2nd

    • avatar

      Jill Budny says: We tested Froot Loops and found that 100% of the corn in Froot Loops is ROUNDUP READY Bt TOXIN PESTICIDE PRODUCING GMO corn that is registered with and regulated by the EPA.

      It has its own pesticide registration number, just like all of the other pesticides on the shelf at Home Depot. But because the EPA has no jurisdiction over food labeling, you won't find that information on a box of Froot Loops, a can of Kellogg's Pringles, or a box of Kellogg's Kashi Dark Chocolate Coconut Bars. Kellogg's doesn't want you to know it's Roundup laden GMO.

      The company spent $750,000 to fight citizens' ballot initiatives in Oregon and Colorado to label GMOs this year and is pushing for voluntary labeling, which means NO LABELING.

      Join the Boycott Kelloggâs GMOs campaign and help us change our broken food system. When Kellogg's is forced to remove GMOs, other companies will be at a competitive disadvantage and they will surely follow.

      BOYCOTT Kellogg's until they remove GMOs from ALL Kellogg's products and get Non GMO Project Verification to prove it.

      LEARN MORE: http://www.gmofreeusa.org/â¦/boâ¦/boycotts-kelloggs-consumers/

      READ the EPA pesticide registration for GMO Bt Toxic pesticide producing corn that kills insects when they bite into it: http://www.epa.gov/â¦/biopesticâ¦/pips/smartstax-factsheet.pdf

      READ: No consensus on GMO Safety: http://www.gmofreeusa.org/research/gmo-safety/

      #GMO #BoycottKelloggs #Kelloggs #Kashi #Pringles #Cheezits #BearNaked #Yogos #Morningstar #Gardenburger #Keebler #GirlScoutCookies #Eggo #Carrs #LittleBrownieBakers #Roundup #Glyphosate #BtToxin #pesticide #herbicide #LabelGMOs #NeedToKnowGMO #GMOFreeCanada #GMOFreeUSA.
      https://www.facebook.com/GMOFreeUSA/photos/a.468695639837571.108816.402058139834655/888547661185698/?type=1&theater

      December 3rd

    • avatar

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      looked at the word warning! Once there was a little girl called
      Clarissa, she was ten-years-old and she lived in a mental
      hospital, because she killed her mom and her dad. She got so
      bad she went to kill all the staff in the hospital so the More-
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      but it went wrong the machine they were using went wrong.
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      week on the day of her death she returns to the person that
      reads this letter, on a monday night at 12:00a.m. She creeps
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      in the next ten minutes u will have the best day of ur life
      tomorrow. u will either get kissed or asked out, if u break this
      chain u will see a little dead girl in your room tonight
      37 mins ·

      December 5th

  • avatar Did you achieve the ultimate ’stache?

    Did you achieve the ultimate ’stache?

    Posted By Pringles

    November 30

    106 likes 7 comments
    • avatar

      Lori M Watson says: hahaha thats hilarious =)

      December 21st

    • avatar

      Cynthia Snyder says: Ridiculous!

      December 1st

    • avatar

      Theresa Blackie Knight says: John Blackie

      November 30th

    • avatar

      Richard Carter says: Yes!

      November 30th

    • avatar

      Bryce Diven says: Yes

      November 30th

  • avatar #BlackFriday gift shopping? Don’t sweat it.

    #BlackFriday gift shopping? Don’t sweat it.

    Posted By Pringles

    November 28

    153 likes 5 comments
    • avatar

      Norene Battle says: I loooove Pringles but today while eating my cheddar cheese Pringles with my fiance I was violently stabbed in the gums by a Pringle I was trying to consume I had to pull the Pringle piece out of my gum were it had lodge and there was blood and pain and I was shocked that the snack I loved so much could harm me I was so petrified that something I loved could do such a thing I was heart broken

      November 29th

    • avatar

      Nick Bunker says: Colton Sousa

      November 29th

  • avatar My BFF stepped out of his tent long enough to taste a fresh morning Rainbow for this pic.

    My BFF stepped out of his tent long enough to taste a fresh morning Rainbow for this pic.

    Posted By Skittles

    January 26

    518 likes 6 comments
    • avatar

      Rosalba Berdúo says: pic sal pic wathch with you in the end

      January 26th

    • avatar

      Saffron Macintyre says: Jay Wright

      January 26th

      1 person likes this.

    • avatar

      Mariana Paulišinová says: :) to je krásne :)

      January 26th

    • avatar

      Eduardo Kurman says: bom

      January 28th

    • avatar

      Leo Verdin Argueta says: Skittles Marshawn Lynch - Press Conference 2015 (Super Bowl)
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      January 28th

      1 person likes this.

    • avatar

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