Photo of the Week: How to Transform Your Nuclear Bunker Into Paradise
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Nuclear bunkers are selling fast in Japan. The post Photo of the Week: How to Transform Your Nuclear Bunker Into Paradise appeared first on WIRED.






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Create A Pick 'N' Mix And We'll Tell You Your True Age
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You’re in for a sweet treat. View Entire Post ›






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19 Little Disney Movie Details That Will Blow Your Damn Mind
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It might be time to watch all of these again. View Entire Post ›






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We Can Guess Your Age After You Build Your Own Dream Home
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Is your taste more classical or modern? View Entire Post ›






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Carly And Sam From "iCarly" Are Still Best Friends IRL And It's Beautiful
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There ARE good things in this world. View Entire Post ›






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Two US Troops Died In The Ramped Up Fight Against ISIS In Afghanistan
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The deaths of the two mark the second and third deaths this year fighting against not the Taliban or Al Qaeda, but ISIS’s Afghan offshoot. View Entire Post ›






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Cassini successfully dives between Saturn and its rings
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 The veteran Cassini spacecraft has pulled off an impressive high speed manoeuvre: passing between the narrow gap between Saturn’s upper atmosphere and the planet’s rings, traveling at speeds of around 77,000mph. Read More






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Government requests for Facebook user account data up 9% in second half of 2016, but content restrictions declined
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 Facebook today released its latest report on global government requests for the second half of 2016, noting there has been a 9 percent increase in requests for user account data compared with the earlier part of that year, but a 28 percent decrease in content restrictions for violating local law. However, that latter decrease doesn’t necessarily […]






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Steve Case to talk Aol, startups and ‘the rise of the rest’ at Disrupt NY
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 Aol founder and noted venture capitalist Steve Case is coming to Disrupt NY this May, and there’s plenty to talk about. Since leaving Aol in 2005, Case has invested in startups in smaller markets, and the last few years he’s traveled the country, exploring and highlighting budding startup scenes outside of Silicon Valley. Read More






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