In this new picture released by the International Space Station, you can see how North Korea just “shuts down” at night, while South Korea (to the South) and China (to the North) are shining bright. This picture was taken on January 30, NASA says, and it was released this week. Below in the embedded YouTube video you can also see footage of the flyover.

via huffingtonpost.

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Jimmy Fallon & Jonah Hill (Donnie Azoff in “The Wolf of Wall Street”) have a Twitter conversation in real life. If you use hashtags like this, you need to stop now.

Also here’s the first video in this series, with Jimmy Fallon and Justin Timberlake:

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Just look at that boy go, a real friend and fighter.

via reddit.

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You’ve probably heard lots and lots of covers of this song, but trust me me, never in your life have you ever witnessed something like this. Luka Šulić, 27, and Stjepan Hauser, 28, are two Croatian guys who have impressed the world with their project, 2CELLOS. This last video got almost 4 million hits in just a couple of days.

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Talk about being a die-hard fan. Budapest-based designer Zsolt Molnár (who goes by Zsutti) spent five months to make these badass artistic posters for each and every episode of Breaking Bad. This was his way of saying goodbye to the show that impressed him so much. He used certain objects or themes in each episode and turned them into the specific poster, which also had a significant quote from said episode.

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A tiny zircon crystal found on a sheep ranch in Western Australia is the oldest known piece of our planet, dating to 4.4 billion years ago, scientists believe. They have used two different age-determining techniques to test the tiny zircon crystal fragment found in the Jack Hills region.

Writing in the journal Nature Geoscience on Sunday, the researchers said the discovery indicates that Earth’s crust formed relatively soon after the planet formed and that the little gem was a remnant of it. John Valley, a University of Wisconsin geoscience professor who led the research, said the findings suggest that the early Earth was not as harsh a place as many scientists have thought.

via smh.

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We all use stimulants from time to time. Sometimes to relieve the stress, sometimes so we’ll have more energy and get the job done and sometimes just to be more relaxed about it all. Here’s a chart explaining what’s what when it comes to beer, coffee and your brain.

via acidcow.

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Advertising just keeps getting better and better. Free running stuntman Damien Walters challenges himself physically every day by back flipping over buildings, jumping over cars and achieving gymnastic triumphs, so this time he thought he’d try running a full loop. But it definitely wasn’t going to be easy.

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I don’t know if this is ethical or not (or even real for that matter, you don’t really know what to trust on the Internet anymore), but it doesn’t quite convince me. I kinda feel bad for those delivery men out there.

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Cats and boxes, a never-ending love story.

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