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Travel

Bailong Elevator: Would You Dare Ride This Insanely Tall Outdoor Lift?

Bailong elevator is officially the tallest outdoor lift or elevator in the world, according to Guinness World Records. Its name means “Hundred Dragons Elevator.” Literally hewn into the side of a cliff in Wilingyaun area of China, the whole structure rises 326 meters up the cliff.SEE ALSO: TOP 10 STRANGEST ELEVATORS IN THE WORLDThe incredible Bailong Elevator in Hunan, China was honored in 2015 at a special Guinness World Records certificate presentation event.
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Innovation

This Bathroom Knows Which Stalls Have Someone in Them

By Shelby RogersMarch 28, 2017It& 39;s a problem most people have faced regardless of gender or nationality. You have to go to the bathroom and yet you& 39;re not entirely sure which stalls are free. You can check for feet under the door, or you can knock on stalls. If the stall door reaches the floor, you might have to try turning the handle.
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Innovation

New App Helps Color-blind Users Better Distinguish Colors

By Shelby RogersNovember 18, 2016A new app from Microsoft could help color-blind users get visual clarity.Being color blind affects 1 in 12 men in the world and 1 in 200 women. More often than not, the entire color spectrum isn& 39;t affected, but sufferers struggle with identifying shades of red and green.
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Industry

Building an Iron Man Suit that Really Flies

October 06, 2016Tony Stark would be proud. YouTuber The Hacksmith (aka James Hobson) is attempting to build a functional Iron Man suit with the capability of flight. Recently, Hobson completed his first assisted flight.Over the course of the last few months, Hobson decided to engineer an Iron Man suit able to fly.
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Science

The Planet of Death: 10 of Earth's Worst Extinction Events

Have you ever wondered about the worst extinction events in the history of Earth? Then you& 39;ve come to the right place, my friend. Earth is often called & 39;the living planet,& 39; but as you will see, perhaps it should be more accurate to call it & 39;the planet of death& 39;. It is an interesting, yet sobering thought that 99 percent of all life that has ever lived is as dead as a dodo.
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