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Mass Surveillance News Collection from 2010
submitted by >>>>>>>>> Mass Surveillance >>>>>>>>> Cognitive Infiltration and Mass Social Psychology Abuse >>>>>>>> Smartphone Intrusion, Remote activation of Mics and Cameras >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Ways and Means; Technology and Law >>>>>>> AT&T >>>>>>>>>> Amazon, Apple, Facebook, Google, Microsoft, Twitter, Yahoo How Startups Helped the NSA Build PRISM Windows 10 Cannot Be Stopped From Automatically Spying On Users, Confirms Microsoft How the CIA made Google -- Inside the secret network behind mass surveillance, endless war, and Skynet Assange: Google Is Not What It Seems Spying and storing: Assange says 'Google works like NSA' NSA Prism program taps in to user data of Apple, Google and others NSA infiltrates links to Yahoo, Google data centers worldwide, Snowden documents say Google Engineer Wins NSA Award, Then Says NSA Should Be “Abolished” Google is encrypting search globally. That’s bad for the NSA and China’s censors. Gmail closes door on NSA; all email now encrypted Why the NSA loves Google’s Chromebook How the NSA & FBI made Facebook the perfect mass surveillance tool Meet your new Facebook friend: Johnny Law Facebook tells DEA: Stop impersonating users Free Speech, Facebook and the NSA: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly Facebook Reveals Itself As An Ongoing CIA-Controlled PSYOP Facebook's War On Freedom Of Speech Government Intelligence Agencies Built Facebook, Corporations Adopted it, Both Love Collecting ‘Likes’ County 911 opera resigns over Facebook post critical of police brutality, says she feared for her safety after an employee of a local police agency accessed her personal information on a law-enforcement database Revealed: Google and Facebook DID allow NSA access to data and were in talks to set up 'spying rooms' despite denials by Zuckerberg and Page over PRISM project How the NSA secretly masqueraded as facebook to hack computers for surveillance Zuckerberg: US government 'blew it' on NSA surveillance >>>>>>>> Goals >>>>>>>>>>> Lies, Coverups, Resource Misuse, and Danger of Tacit Complicity Terrorist Plots, Hatched by the F.B.I. (FBI cultivated terrorists to appear productive) NSA Chief Bet Money on AT&T as It Spied on You Too Big to Comply? NSA Says It’s Too Large, Complex to Comply With Court Order Report: CIA Deleted Computer Records About Senate Spying ‘Loveint’: NSA employees eavesdropped on girlfriends, spouses Former NSA direc had thousands personally invested in obscure tech firms Report: NSA Exploited Heartbleed to Siphon Passwords for Two Years NSA Said to Exploit Heartbleed Bug for Intelligence for Years NSA targets the privacy-conscious Report: DHS employees put $30,000 worth of Starbucks on government credit card Whistleblowers say USAID’s IG removed critical details from public reports The Sad Decline of ‘60 Minutes’ Continues With This Week’s NSA Whitewash "The NSA Is Lying": U.S. Government Has Copies of Most of Your Emails Says NSA Whistleblower FISA Court Ruled NSA Program Unconstitutional, Said NSA Misled Them Everyone is under surveillance now, says whistleblower Edward Snowden Edward Snowden: NSA whistleblower answers reader questions The Court Overseeing NSA Spying Has Already Found It Violated The Constitution 'At Least Once' Lawmakers Who Upheld NSA Phone Spying Received Double the Defense Industry Cash 2014: DEA trains cops to falsify evidence: Latest Snowden revelations Al Gore: NSA's secret surveillance program 'not really the American way' Proof that lobbyists wanted NSA-like spying infrastructure for reasons unrelated to terrorism. The CIA wants to destroy thousands of internal emails covering spy operations and other activities 20 Key Findings about CIA Interrogations CIA unlikely to lose power in wake of interrogation report The CIA and Homeland Security want to delete almost all their emails CIA destroyed interrogation tapes after Levin sought probe 2003 CIA cable casts doubt on claim linking Iraq to 9/11 Congress Quietly Bolsters NSA Spying in Intelligence Bill President George W Bush 'knew everything' about CIA interrogation Richmond officer found with marijuana in home won't face charges CIA Also Blamed for $40 Million Cost of ture Report Why Cellphone Unlocking Could Soon Be Illegal Once Again "Duty to kill you"; cop suspended for threat to protesters McCain: Japanese Hanged For Waterboarding CIA ture: health professionals 'may have committed war crimes', report says Wiki Co-Founder Creates ‘Wikipedia for News’ to Fight Bias in the Media FBI often mishandles evidence, internal audit finds Pope Francis issued a blistering critique Monday of the Vatican bureaucracy that serves him, denouncing how some people lust for power at all costs, live hypocritical double lives and suffer from “spiritual Alzheimer’s” that has made them forget they’re supposed to be joyful men of God. Exonerated After Execution: Judge Tosses Teen's Murder Conviction South Korea Activists Launch Anti-Kim Balloons Despite Pyongyang's Threat Of War North Korea says it's not involved in Sony hack; proposes joint probe with US North Korea Now Claims the US Government Made 'The Interview' Sony Hackers Guardians of Peace Troll FBI, Anonymous Convinced Hack Didn't Come From North Korea 'Bitcoin Millionaire' Charlie Shrem Sentenced To 2 Years In Prison Children are cleaning up a devastating oil spill in Bangladesh—with their bare hands $14 Million An Hour: War Costs Top $1.6 Trillion Since 9/11, Say Congressional Researchers NSA Hacker Brags About How “Cool” And “Awesome” Spying On Innocent People Is The NSA quietly dropped 12 years worth of internal reports on Christmas Eve, including reports that were illegally withheld and the subject of a FOIA lawsuit in 2009. Man arrested after refusing to give camera to police at crash scene CIA turers forced hummus, raisins, pasta and nuts into detainees' anuses CIA ture report: 'Rectal feeding' pasta, hummus and nuts to detainees revealed Rectal rehydration and waterboarding: the CIA ture report's grisliest findings CIA 'rectal fed and watered' at least five detainees Ex-CIA direc defends rectal rehydration Michael Hayden defends CIA’s use of rectal rehydration No penalty for CIA employees accused of spying on Senate Report: Secret court order forces Verizon to turn over telephone records of millions CIA Confirms Role in 1953 Iran Coup The hidden hisy of the CIA’s prison in Poland The 10 most harrowing excerpts from the CIA interrogation report Exclusive: After Multiple Denials, CIA Admits to Snooping on Noam Chomsky Plan to defund NSA phone collection program defeated Maryland bill would cut water, electricity to NSA headquarters NSA hacked into encrypted UN communications, leaked documents show U.S. Spy Agency Reports Improper Surveillance of Americans Huntsville schools say call from NSA led to moniing students online NSA Says It Can’t Search Its Own Emails (LIARS) Obama Administration to Disclose New Changes to NSA Spying N.S.A. Tapped Into North Korean Networks Before Sony Attack, Officials Say DEA Spying : New Revelations US Tracked Americans’ Calls for Over a Decade These States Will Revoke Your Driver’s License If You Can’t Pay Back Student Loans Illinois Passes Bill That Makes It Illegal To Record The Police (misleading title) Feds operated yet another secret metadata database until 2013 BP’s maximum fine for Gulf of Mexico oil spill is cut by billions Newly published NSA documents show agency could grab all Skype traffic E-mails show NSA monied destruction of Snowden data at The Guardian US gov’t threatened Yahoo with $250K daily fine if it didn’t use PRISM Our Government Has Weaponized the Internet. Here’s How They Did It (QUANTUMINSERT) Why shouldn’t I work for the NSA (GOOD WILL HUNTING) The Digital Arms Race: NSA Preps America for Future Battle (mother lode of info) Inside TAO: Documents Reveal Top NSA Hacking Unit Glenn Greenwald: how the NSA tampers with US-made internet routers Stealthy Techniques Can Crack Some of SIGINT’s Hardest Targets NSA, GCHQ or both behind Stuxnet-like Regin malware? Regin spying tool linked to NSA among first malware meant for espionage Prying Eyes: Inside the NSA's War on Internet Security The 10 Biggest Revelations From Edward Snowden's Leaks Edward Snowden Reveals 'Quantum Insert': NSA And GCHQ Used Fake LinkedIn And Slashdot Pages To Install Spyware QUANTUMINSERT Diagrams Edward Snowden: Smartphones can be hacked into with just one text message and then used to spy on their owners NSA secretly uses scapegoats, data mules and innocent victims' PCs for botnets Snowden docs show , TrueCrypt, Tails topped NSA's 'most wanted' list in '12 Vulcan mind-meld, Vulcan death grip & turtle-power used in NSA's VPN crypto cracking Secret NSA hackers from TAO Office have been pwning China for nearly 15 years [Original title] GCHQ intercepted emails from the BBC, New York Times, Guardian and others Snowden documents reveal NSA bid to hack the world's cellphone networks United States secretly sent a plane and seeked help from Scandinavian countries to capture serial whistleblower, Edward Snowden >>>>>> Global Deep State Cooperation and Imitation >>>>>>>>> Hardware, Rootkit, FIrmware Spyware >>>>>>>> Blowback >>>>>> Exoteric, Stated Goals of the Security State Have Failed ....CONTINUED IN COMMENTS 911bodysnatchers322 to conspiracy [link]
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(278 points, 26 comments) "I hate versions that make Watson stupid. What makes Holmes impressive is that he outthinks smart people, not that he outthinks stupid people." (254 points, 3 comments) a joke from Isaac Asimov's Treasury of Humor (254 points, 18 comments) a tiny but full-featured solar-powered movie theater (236 points, 14 comments) Jetta, the teen-ager from the futuristic 21st century in a pre-Jetsons comic drawn by Archie Comics artist Dan DeCarlo (197 points, 9 comments) 6984 points, 104 submissions: 0and18 Man Pays $10K For House, Finds $107,000 Comic Book Hidden In Wall (241 points, 13 comments) xkcd: The Three Laws of Robotics (234 points, 2 comments) FDA Lifts Decades-Old 32 Year Old Ban On Blood Donations By Gay Men (233 points, 31 comments) This is Why You Should Never Release 1.5 Million Balloons At Once (191 points, 30 comments) Teaching Methods (188 points, 2 comments) Pirámide de Mayo In Argentina covered with photos of all the "disappeared" during the Dirty War (154 points, 2 comments) In 1958, Mao Zedong ordered all sparrows to be killed. As a direct result, millions of people starved to death. (150 points, 7 comments) Without leap years, today would be July 15, 2017 Explained in Graphics (148 points, 3 comments) Film poster for the Rocketeer (135 points, 5 comments) William Kamkwamba: At age 14, in poverty and famine, a Malawian boy built a windmill to power his family's home (131 points, 3 comments) 6687 points, 50 submissions: sverdrupian An adult oyster is capable of filtering 25-50 gallons of water a day. (1030 points, 72 comments) Making chain. (290 points, 18 comments) A series of tunnels in Taiwan (261 points, 6 comments) Artichoke in full bloom (242 points, 2 comments) USS CONSTITUTION in drydock for restoration - Launched in Boston in 1797, she's the oldest commissioned warship afloat (220 points, 24 comments) German WW1-era map calling out the Allies for the hypocrisy of promoting self-determination while simultaneously holding vast colonial empires. (202 points, 26 comments) "Our future is an airport without delays" - 1975 advertisement (189 points, 14 comments) Bee macro. (184 points, 4 comments) Het Gekkenhuis - a Dutch caricature map of Europe, 1914. (180 points, 2 comments) The oarfish, the world's largest known bony fish, is thought to have spawned tales of seas serpents. (178 points, 25 comments) 4762 points, 58 submissions: wormspermgrrl During Florida winters, manatees flock to nuclear and coal power plants for the warm water discharges. (414 points, 29 comments) Happy Birthday song ruled public domain as judge throws out copyright claim (202 points, 8 comments) 18 cities in Pennsylvania reported higher levels of lead exposure than Flint (194 points, 8 comments) xkcd: Log Scale (191 points, 8 comments) Parade Magazine's Ask Marilyn Controversy: The Time Everyone “Corrected” the World’s Smartest Woman (174 points, 18 comments) Maryam Mirzakhani won the Fields Medal in 2014; she is the first woman to win math’s most prestigious prize (163 points, 1 comment) Meet the woman who makes fake fingers for Japan's reformed gangsters (161 points, 3 comments) Google's self-driving car gets pulled over for driving too slowly (157 points, 40 comments) The Wieliczka Salt Mine, Poland (154 points, 12 comments) The Decemberists - "The Mariner's Revenge Song" (149 points, 14 comments) 2906 points, 31 submissions: jaykirsch 1989 Plymouth Voyager III concept. This is a two piece detachable vehicle (link in comments) (220 points, 21 comments) "Mission Accomplished" fly-in and speech May 1, 2003. Enormous political PR blunder. (206 points, 5 comments) Prepared for gas attack in France, WW1 (202 points, 6 comments) Les Paul with Paul McCartney and a Gibson left-handed "Special." 1988 (201 points, 9 comments) "Pictured Rocks" on Lake Superior near Munising, MI (180 points, 7 comments) Art Deco in the home - stylish 1937 GE radio (146 points, 9 comments) Woody Guthrie on the attack, 1941 (141 points, 2 comments) The Great 1918 Influenza Pandemic claimed more lives than WW1, including 675,000 (est.) Americans. (Article link in comments) (135 points, 6 comments) Come on in, kids, I have some pie and a magic mushroom. (129 points, 10 comments) Yooper "Pastie" in Michigan's UP (122 points, 25 comments) 2882 points, 23 submissions: appropriate-username "We come in peace" (470 points, 10 comments) This GIF illustrates why your phone camera takes weird photos of revolving propellers. (325 points, 12 comments) An electrical current causing water to form a bridge. (xpost/gifs) (276 points, 10 comments) This series of photos got the photographer banned from Magic TCG tournaments and is among the top 5 top posts of all time on Reddit (266 points, 33 comments) "My girlfriend keeps sending me her squids" (245 points, 9 comments) Pocky is a popular Japanese snack consisting of a cracker-like stick partially covered in chocolate--I can't believe nobody posted it so I can upvote it. Here's a picture of Pocky; the wiki article on it is in the comments. (177 points, 46 comments) An animated short about a lazy guy in space--35th most popular reddit post of all time (158 points, 10 comments) xkcd: Centrifugal Force (124 points, 3 comments) 1,000 x 1,000 x 1,000 Rubik's Cube Solve (by a computer) (114 points, 10 comments) xkcd: Earth Temperature Timeline (86 points, 4 comments) 2385 points, 30 submissions: sbroue Flying hammock [gif] (275 points, 13 comments) Property for Rent: No Asians (224 points, 17 comments) Gobi warns his shrimp housekeeper of approaching predator (140 points, 11 comments) First taste of chocolate for Ivory Coast Cocoa farmers (126 points, 10 comments) "Hurricane" Higgins finishes the match [gif] (119 points, 17 comments) Big Booty Bitches (Original Video) (116 points, 16 comments) The Blessing and launching of HMS Albion (1898) created a wave that drowned 39 people, you see them bottom left in some of the earliest disaster footage (110 points, 6 comments) Pizza with mini meat-pies baked in the crust Australian frankenfood (106 points, 6 comments) Bought for £1, the mysterious tower that inspired JRR Tolkien (101 points, 1 comment) Castro meets Nixon: April 1959 [pic] (100 points, 4 comments) 1687 points, 32 submissions: ceegee1975 Nicolas Cage returns stolen dinosaur skull he bought at auction for $276,000 (192 points, 11 comments) Why Hypercolor T-Shirts Were Just a One-Hit Wonder (99 points, 15 comments) Clean My Space. A youtube channel devoted to cleaning just about anything (98 points, 3 comments) Scientists have breached the blood-brain barrier for the first time to treat a brain tumour (83 points, 2 comments) They Might Be Giants-Ana Ng (78 points, 8 comments) How It's Made: Balloons (74 points, 4 comments) Mr. Bean The Movie - 'Gun' Scene (72 points, 6 comments) The Best Homemade Girl Scout Cookie Recipes (71 points, 5 comments) Monty Python - How Not to Be Seen (68 points, 2 comments) George Carlin - Euphemisms (65 points, 8 comments) 1623 points, 13 submissions: mrekted Legendary con man, scam artist, and forger Frank Abagnale Jr. pictured in the pilots seat of a Pan Am airliner. He flew over 1,000,000 miles while wearing a Pan Am uniform. He was never their employee, nor was he a pilot. (484 points, 24 comments) What It's Like When Reddit Wrongly Accuses Your Loved One Of Murder - The Boston Marathon Bomber Reddit Witch Hunt (240 points, 23 comments) Tim's Vermeer - Penn Jillette chronicles a mans ridiculously compulsive and obsessive five year obsession with reverse engineering and mastering the artistic techniques of Dutch master painter Vermeer (148 points, 6 comments) Cadillac Ranch, Amarillo TX. A bizarre, macabre tribute to the American love affair with the automobile. Visitors are encouraged to add their own ideas and messages to the memorial with spray paint. (133 points, 7 comments) 2010 - Reddit comes to the aid of a terminally ill little girl who was being cruelly harassed by her neighbors (126 points, 7 comments) In 2013, a UK man scoured the local dump after realizing he threw away a hard disk that contained 7500 bitcoins. At current market value those coins are worth a little over 5.5 million USD. (125 points, 4 comments) A float in the first Macy's Day Parade in 1924 (95 points, 1 comment) On Halloween 1938, Orson Welles enters legend with a radio play that convinced listeners that the planet was under attack by aliens from outer space (68 points, 1 comment) That's one fuckin' nice kitty right there. (51 points, 0 comments) Stampedes, pepper spray, fist fights, shootouts, and death. This is Black Friday in the United States. (49 points, 4 comments) 1535 points, 23 submissions: themanwhosleptin The reason why The Simpsons are yellow is because the creator Matt Groening wanted them to be recognizable when you flip through channels on the TV (194 points, 7 comments) Shoes (189 points, 3 comments) On April Fool's Day 2014, NPR posted a fake article on its Facebook page titled "Why Doesn't America Read Anymore?" When clicking on the post, the article asks its readers to not comment on it. Not surprisingly, many people commented anyway. (167 points, 7 comments) Gran Torino (2008) - a film about an elderly racist Korean War vet, his Hmong neighbors, and their struggles with street gangs (115 points, 11 comments) Napoleon's Exile In Saint Helena (91 points, 2 comments) Munchkin - a card game that parodies tabletop RPGs) (90 points, 7 comments) Meet Brother Najeeb Michael, the monk who saved thousands of manuscripts from IS jihadists (66 points, 1 comment) The Jimmy Timmy Power Hour - a television crossover film trilogy set between the universes in The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius and The Fairly OddParents (66 points, 2 comments) Tibetan Monks and Nuns Turn Their Minds Toward Science (51 points, 1 comment) The Rule of Thirds - a fundamental technique in photography (47 points, 0 comments) 1218 points, 14 submissions: justtoclick "Do it yourself doodler" album (359 points, 8 comments) If Harry Potter was an anime series (171 points, 37 comments) The Muppets explain Phenomenology (122 points, 4 comments) Hawaii Still Has a Leprosy Colony With Six Patients (94 points, 17 comments) David Bowie song 'Changes' inspired Brandon Flowers to form The Killers (59 points, 4 comments) Dave Barry’s 2015 Year in Review (57 points, 1 comment) U.S. Muslims to overtake Jews by 2026 (53 points, 9 comments) The Beatles Play Ed Sullivan: The Historic TV Appearance Heralding the British Invasion (52 points, 0 comments) The Evolution of Batman's Bat Symbol [Infographic] (51 points, 10 comments) Cycling With the Psycos -- Counterculture feminism in East L.A (48 points, 0 comments) 1191 points, 14 submissions: Lillyclown A Pocket Guide to Vaginal Euphemisms (197 points, 33 comments) The story behind the McDonalds hot coffee lawsuit (165 points, 28 comments) The Polish Beer Drinking Party (PPPP), orginally a satirical political party to promote beer, not vodka, and fight alcoholism, won 16 seats in the 1991 parliamentary election. Later splitting to Big Beer and Little Beer. (126 points, 6 comments) History of Color (115 points, 3 comments) The Chemistry of Ice Cream (89 points, 6 comments) 150 year old sunken steam boat's contents. Including still edible food! (87 points, 3 comments) The Strangest, Most Spectacular Bridge Collapse (65 points, 7 comments) All Blacks haka (61 points, 1 comment) The Poisoning of a City (61 points, 0 comments) British Police use Tea as a perfect analogy for sexual consent. (57 points, 9 comments) 1147 points, 14 submissions: Radu316 There's a statue of Lenin at the Pole of Inaccessibility in Antarctica. It was on top of a Soviet research station in the 60s. Abandoned in '67, it was forgotten until 2007 when it was rediscovered by a team of explorers. By then, the statue was the only part still visible. (167 points, 2 comments) Strelka was one of the first animals in space to return safely. She became a sensation in the Soviet Union and had puppies with cosmo-dog Pushok. Nikita Khrushchev gave a puppy, Pushinka, to JFK as a gift. She also had puppies and Strelka's bloodline is still alive in the United States. (147 points, 7 comments) The Turk was an 18th century chess-playing automaton. It went on a tour of Europe and America, defeating noted chess players like Ben Franklin and Napoleon. After being destroyed in a fire, it was revealed to be a hoax - a person (usually a chessmaster) hid inside and operated it. (136 points, 10 comments) "Houston, we have a problem" is a slight misquote popularized by the Apollo 13 movie. The real line was actually "Houston, we've had a problem" and was first said by astronaut John Swigert, not mission captain Jim Lovell. (115 points, 14 comments) Marginalia are all the various scribbles and comments made in margins of books or documents. In medieval times, religious texts written by nuns and monks featured marginalia with all sorts of vulgar images and dirty jokes. (96 points, 5 comments) Brain crater on Mars. The bizarre texture of the crater floor makes it resemble a brain. NASA worked out that, at 0.6 miles wide, the brain is about the right size to fit inside the mound known as the Face of Mars. (90 points, 0 comments) Statue of Alexander the Great taming Bucephalus. Bucephalus is often regarded as the most famous (real) horse in history. According to Plutarch, the horse died at the Battle of the Hydaspes in 326 BC. Afterwards Alexander founded the city of Bucephalia in his honor somewhere in modern day Pakistan. (81 points, 4 comments) Pretty much everything there is to know about tartan (aka plaid in America). The pattern of the kilt can be used to display your family background, royal lineage, service in specific branches of the military, even your name. You can even register new ones at the Scottish Register of Tartans. (79 points, 4 comments) "There's a sucker born every minute" is a quote attributed to P.T. Barnum, but it was actually said by David Hannum, one of his competitors. Hannum said it referring to people who paid to see Barnum's Cardiff Giant instead of his original, not realizing that both were fake. (60 points, 0 comments) Heart of Neolithic Orkney is a 5,000-year old world heritage site in Scotland. It includes four monuments: two ceremonial stone circles, a tomb and a former village called Skara Brae. Skara Brae is sometimes called "Scottish Pompeii" because it is so well-preserved. (47 points, 2 comments) 1128 points, 13 submissions: StochasticLife Banned until the 1980's, rock music in the USSR was smuggled around the country on records made from X Ray film. They were called 'Ribs' or 'Bone Records'. (216 points, 14 comments) Lithuania has only ever had a single king, Mindaugus. He was crowned king in 1251 and assassinated in 1263. (157 points, 5 comments) Russian had a monopoly on Vodka for over 400 years (1540's - 1992) and at one point Vodka sales made up 40% of the state's revenue (130 points, 8 comments) A nickelodeon was a hastily assembled movie theater, often setup in converted store fronts, that charged a nickle for admission. They were most popular between 1905 and 1915.) (114 points, 0 comments) Christopher Hitchen's video - Mother Theresa Hell's Angel, a critical look at her political relationships and the nature of her charitable practices. (109 points, 11 comments) Zatoichi, about a blind swordsmen, is one of Japan longest running film and TV series with over 27 films and 100 TV Episodes. (91 points, 6 comments) The oldest (surviving), and largest, Baha'i house of worship is in Wilmette Illiniois.) (64 points, 8 comments) Some humans (all women) are tetrachromats and are capable of seeing millions of colors the rest of us can't see (60 points, 10 comments) Geddy Lee of Rush was born in Canada to parents who were Polish Immigrants and holocaust survivors of Auschwitz, Dachu, and Bergen-Belsen. (50 points, 2 comments) North Korea prints the best counterfeit $100 (USD) bills in the world; they have been dubbed the 'Supernote' (45 points, 0 comments) 910 points, 8 submissions: frigate Salmon farmers choose the desired orangness-pinkness of their product from a colour chart (SalmoFan) provided by a company which supplies the food dyes to colour farmed salmon that would otherwise be gray, khaki, pale yellow, or pale pink (191 points, 10 comments) Kurt Vonnegut humorously graphs the shapes of stories (162 points, 5 comments) The Highway Hi-Fi: the short-lived record player designed for use in automobiles in the 1950's (155 points, 10 comments) H&M is making a $99 wedding dress. Here’s what that says about economics. (138 points, 43 comments) How a Math Genius Hacked OkCupid to Find True Love (100 points, 18 comments) A few of the most impressive and iconic pipe organs from around the world (81 points, 3 comments) Truth and Reconciliation Commission: By the numbers – The odds of a child dying in a residential school were about the same as a Canadian soldier dying in World War 2 (48 points, 2 comments) Gordon Lightfoot superfans cherish every show – "Lightfoot lifers" are fans of Gordon Lightfoot who see as many performances as possible (35 points, 1 comment) 854 points, 5 submissions: CryptoCollectibles Cows Playing With Hay .gif (351 points, 24 comments) Super Antics #8 by Kerry Callen (303 points, 18 comments) This Ad for /Bitcoin made Two Years Ago, As relevant today as ever describing CryptoCurrency (114 points, 3 comments) How to Draw Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles from 1986 (43 points, 1 comment) DIY: 25 Wearable Geek Projects You Can Knit or Crochet (43 points, 0 comments) 698 points, 7 submissions: goofballl Hongdae's (in Seoul) Love Museum features a single exhibit on the history of pornography in Korea. The rest of the museum is taken up with interactive sex-related photo ops. (203 points, 6 comments) Last known VCR maker stopped production in July, 40 years after VHS format launch (140 points, 9 comments) Although the exact cause for vitiligo remains unknown, it is thought to be caused by the immune system attacking and destroying the melanocytes of the skin. It famously affected Michael Jackson, causing sections of his skin to lighten over time. (106 points, 13 comments) Utchari, one of the most difficult moves in sumo, requires a wrestler to lift their opponent entirely off the ground and throw him behind and to the side. (89 points, 7 comments) Yamadera (lit. mountain temple) is a temple complex found in Yamagata Prefecture after a thousand step climb. It's where the poet Matsuo Basho penned his famous haiku: In the stillness/the cry of the cicada/penetrates the rock. (88 points, 10 comments) Cauliflower ear occurs when a blood clot forms between ear cartilage and connective tissue. This causes the cartilage to die, creating a deformity common to grappling sports like wrestling. (39 points, 3 comments) Guillain–Barré syndrome is an autoimmune disorder in which the body's immune system mistakenly attacks the peripheral nerves and damages their myelin insulation. During the disease, only a third of afflicted people are able to walk, and the exact cause of the disease can remain unknown. (33 points, 0 comments) 698 points, 7 submissions: E_Pluriscoop_Unum Roger Ebert: "Ponyo [is] one of the very rare movies where I want to sit in the front row, to drown in it. This is more than “artistry.” It is art." (211 points, 11 comments) Chocolate Rain - Tay Zonday (138 points, 7 comments) Billy West, the voice of Nickelodeon, talking about some of his voices. (122 points, 7 comments) Pingu - A beloved children's show from Switzerland (68 points, 5 comments) Nümberwang - Mitchell & Webb (58 points, 0 comments) A point about drawing swords (57 points, 3 comments) Werner Herzog's Disoriented Penguin (44 points, 3 comments) Top Commenters wil (3635 points, 155 comments) 0and18 (584 points, 284 comments) wormspermgrrl (350 points, 214 comments) joelschlosberg (334 points, 58 comments) twitch1982 (222 points, 19 comments) balrogath (218 points, 36 comments) justtoclick (216 points, 38 comments) sverdrupian (199 points, 31 comments) appropriate-username (154 points, 49 comments) jaykirsch (151 points, 51 comments) davidystephenson (145 points, 7 comments) mrekted (138 points, 5 comments) no-fun-at-parties (136 points, 17 comments) Neebat (128 points, 17 comments) ceegee1975 (112 points, 45 comments) Disaster_Area (111 points, 4 comments) markevens (108 points, 8 comments) raendrop (107 points, 11 comments) Hazlzz (103 points, 6 comments) sunnieskye1 (99 points, 14 comments) Otterfan (96 points, 9 comments) sbroue (95 points, 18 comments) xkcd_transcriber (95 points, 11 comments) DnMarshall (95 points, 5 comments) rlbond86 (94 points, 15 comments) Top Submissions An adult oyster is capable of filtering 25-50 gallons of water a day. by sverdrupian (1030 points, 72 comments) I was a child star in the 80s. 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