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Watch a Dali Artwork Get Damaged by Girls Snapping Selfies

Careless selfies have claimed more casualties. A pair of artworks by renowned painters Salvador Dali and Francisco Goya were damaged over in Russia after a group of girls posing for selfies accidentally knocked over the structure on which they were being displayed. The Russian Ministry of Internal Affairs (MIA) shared ...

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How Geotagged Photos are Harming Natural Landmarks

With the rise of digital photography, social media, and geotagging, picturesque natural landmarks that were once relatively undisturbed are now swarming with more and more visitors every year. Vox made this 5-minute video on how geotagged viral photos are having a huge impact on nature. One of the examples cited ...

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Zoom Into the Black Hole at the Center of the Milky Way

Scientists just further confirmed what has long been believed: that there’s a supermassive black hole scientists named Sagittarius A* at the center of our Milky Way galaxy. This mind-blowing 1.5-minute video zooms in from a wide view of the night sky into the tiny little area where the latest telescopic ...

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