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33 Of The Most Interesting Pictures On The Internet This Month

In a world where the internet is constantly inundated with an overwhelming amount of content, it can be difficult to sift through the noise and find the gems that truly captivate and intrigue us. Something that makes us say, “Damn, that’s interesting.” That’s why we’ve compiled a list of 30 of the most interesting posts on the internet from this month.

From heartwarming stories of human kindness to mind-bending technological advancements, these posts are sure to spark your curiosity and leave you feeling inspired. So sit back, grab a cup of coffee, and get ready to explore some of the most fascinating corners of the internet.


2. Children going to a 12-hour night shift in the United States, 1908

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3. Bin men in Paris have been on strike for 17 days. Agree or not they are not allowing their government to walk over them in regards to pensions reform.

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4. A new law in Iran has been issued by regime which forces female pharmacists to only wear black veil (any other type of hijab or color is prohibited) in workplace, as a response male pharmacists are wearing it as well to mock this law.

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5. On April 28, 1988, the roof of an Aloha Airlines jet ripped off at 24,000 feet, but the plane still managed to land safely.

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6. This 10 Troy oz “gold” bar is filled with tungsten and covered in a thick layer of gold. Gold and tungsten have very similar densities, which means this bar weighs correctly and is the same size as a genuine gold bar.

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7. “Devils Horns” sunrise in Qatar, during a partial eclipse during sunrise.

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8. Using a modified telescope, A friend and I jointly created the clearest image of the sun we’ve ever produced. This was captured on Friday and took 5 days to process using over 90,000 individual images. Zoom in!

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9. 8 year old Mongolian boy born in the US was just named as the reincarnation of the third most important spiritual leader in Tibetan Buddhism by the Dalai Lama.

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10. Runit Dome. Concrete sarcophagus containing 73000 cubic meters of radioactive debris from 68 nuclear detonations and biological warfare remains on Marshall Islands…and is leaking.

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11. Lab grown diamonds, before they are cut and polished.

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12. Lethal doses of Heroin vs Carfentanil vs Fentanyl

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13. A skull from the Civil War. Fatal wound inflicted by exploding 12 pound artillery shell.

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14. A human vs dolphin brain.

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15. Over 50 percent of the population lives in this circle.

interesting posts - graph showing where 50% of the world's population lives

16. Newly discovered Corridor in the Great Pyramid of Giza, not seen by anyone for over 4,500 years.

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17. Anisocoria is unequal pupils, if suddenly developed it can indicate brain pressure from stroke, TBI, or other serious conditions. (I’m fine, happened Sunday)

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18. On November 12, 1833, there was a meteor shower so intense that it was possible to see up to 100,000 meteors crossing the sky every hour. At the time, many thought it was the end of the world, so much so that it inspired this woodcut by Adolf Vollmy

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19. What we would pay our teachers if we paid them what we pay babysitters.

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20. Kindergarten teacher Helen Hulick, who was a witness to a burglary, was given a five-day sentence and sent to jail because she wore pants to her courtroom testimony in Los Angeles, 1938.

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21. One of the only two known authentic pirate flags in the world.

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22. B-2 Bomber crash visible on Google Maps.

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23. A man drank colloidal silver for over a decade and his skin turned blue.

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24. Ye Olde Trip To Jerusalem is an English pub that has been open since 1189. It’s partially built into a cave system.

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25. An American POW was nicknamed “The Incredibly Stupid One” by his Vietnamese captors. Upon returning to the US, he provided the names of over 200 prisoners of war, which he had memorized to the tune of “Old MacDonald Had a Farm”

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26. Graffiti artists tagging a bridge in Mexico.

interesting posts - graffiti artists tagging a bridge in Mexico

27. Artists once turned stone into silk.

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28. Dude on the mountain today had a cat on his back. His name was Cookie Jar and he hissed at me.

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29. James Webb telescope captured the same galaxy 3 times because of the warping of spacetime.

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30. On vacation in Mexico and they have stickers over all the characters on American cereal boxes.

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31. “There’s a house in my attic.”

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Mike Primavera

Mike Primavera is a Chicago-based comedy writer even though he doesn't HAVE to work. He lives comfortably off of his family's pasta fortune. Follow him on all social media at @primawesome