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Man Designs An Off-Road “Wheelchair” So That His Wife Can Go Places She Never Imagined, It’s Now Up For Mass-Production

Cambry has been restricted to the pavement for most of her adult life. She’s paralyzed and gets around in a wheelchair. So, trying to help her go more places, her then-boyfriend Zack Nelson spliced together two electric bikes with a seat in the center. And it worked. Cambry said she experienced a whole new level of freedom with it. Not only could she overcome — or should I say, overdrive — o

20 Photos Of People Having A Worse Day Than You (New Pics)

We’ve all had that very worst day combo. 3 hours of sleep combined with a car that won't start, add piles of work sitting on your desk and a call from tax inspection (add your scenario here) and voila, your day has just turned into a nightmare. Call them first world problems, but whoever has been there knows very well just how much it takes to cool off your boiling blood. Luckily, there’s o

Sunken Italian Village Not Seen Since 1994 Might Resurface Again And Be Open For Visitors In 2021

Cradled by the mountains of Central Italy, there’s a medieval village that has been submerged underwater since the 1940s. And finally, next year, it will resurface again for the first time since 1994. The small village named Fabbriche di Careggine was founded back in the 13th century. Located in the province of Lucca in Tuscany, the village used to be inhabited by iron workers. However, Fabbr

Man Uses Quarantine Time Creatively And Builds A Tiny Restaurant For Animals In His Yard

James Vreeland—a man based in Detroit—has always been a fan of animals, but during the quarantine, he’s taken feeding the local wildlife to a whole new level. Having a lot of free time during self-isolation, he crafted an entire tiny restaurant for the squirrels and birds living near his home. Even more so, he made a little menu for them, where they can choose their meals from several differ

Bees Absolutely Love Cannabis and It Could Help Restore Their Populations

That’s great news for the environment! (TMU) — Bees are major fans of hemp and a recent study has found that the taller the hemp plants are the larger the number of bees that will flock to it. The new research, spearheaded by researchers at Cornell University and published last month in Environmental Entomology, shows that humans aren’t the only fans of weed. The findings also reinf

One Woman Paid Everyone’s Bills At Walmart Claiming She Won A Lottery, Turns Out It Was Sia

The singer-songwriter, Sia, who many of you probably know for her famous hit ‘Chandelier,’ recently impressed her fans with her act of kindness. On November 27, she went out to Walmart and started paying for people’s groceries. The 43-year-old musician likes to keep her identity hidden by wearing eccentric wigs that cover her whole face, that’s why even her fans can’t always immediately

A Kind Priest Brings Stray Dogs To Mass So They Can Find New Families

Homeless dogs in Brazil regularly attend church services to meet their new owners. If you think that dogs magically turn to God for help, unfortunately, it’s not exactly the case, but this extraordinary scenario can still be encountered every Sunday at Paróquia de Sant’Ana Gravatá. Father João Paulo Araujo Gomes who is the head of the parish of Santana in the city of Gravatá in Brazil d

I Hide Giants That I Make From Wood In The Wilderness Of The Belgian Forest

My name is Thomas Dambo. I build giant wooden trolls around the world and hide them in wilderness and forests. By doing this, I hope to lure people away from concrete cities and computer screens, into the wild and reconnect them with the natural world. I build all my enormous sculptures of recycled materials to show the potential in this precious material, which is often discarded and becomes a th

The Eshima Ohashi Bridge In Japan Looks Absolutely Terrifying

We've seen truly terrifying bridges before, but nothing quite as scary-looking as the Eshima Ohashi Bridge in Japan. The bridge, which connects the cities of Matsue and Sakaiminato, appears to go straight into the sky and suddenly drop off. Built high so that fishing boats can pass underneath, the structure fortunately isn't quite as steep as it looks. Nearly a mile long, the bridge has a gr

Struggling artist turns thousands of discarded tires into gorgeous beds for stray animals

Amarildo Silva is repurposing old, used car tires into classy animal beds for the thousands of strays running through the streets of his hometown. Silva lives in the city of Campina Grande, Brazil, where stray animals outnumber homeless people by over 500%! The compassionate young artist, who is only 23-years-old, has decided that it’s in his power to make a positive change for not just th

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