Taijitu (Yin and Yang)

The Taijitu is far better known by the name of the principle which it represents, Yin and Yang – a concept originating in ancient China which describes all things as being composed of two opposing but complementary forces. From Wikipedia:…

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Friday, 29th September 2006

Giant Water Pancake

It’s a little difficult to describe this thing which has been plopped into the middle of Bodensee (Lake Constance), Germany, as anything but a gigantic water pancake. Has a meteorite crashed into the lake? Or has someone been crying over…

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Thursday, 28th September 2006

Illegal Aliens Busted

No, not that kind of aliens! Just on the American side of the U.S. and Mexico border there’s 5 police cars who appear to have pulled over a truckful of illegal immigrants. Almost a million illegal immigrants make it over…

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Wednesday, 27th September 2006

Warped Plane

This passenger jet over Newark, California, has become very strangely warped. I think this is something to do with the angles involved between the plane, the earth and the satellite, but trying to figure it out is making my head…

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Wednesday, 27th September 2006

Is this thing on?

It’s been a rollercoaster week with all the Digg traffic, most of which I knew nothing about as I’ve been on holiday, but Alex has been doing an stellar job keeping the site up as much as possible. Now that…

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Tuesday, 26th September 2006

Digg Update

Hello? Can you hear me? Well, four days later, and I can finally access the site for long enough to write an update post. Since the Major Digging on our Topless Sunbather story, things have been pretty crazy. I posted…

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Sunday, 24th September 2006
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On this day in 1906, Devils Tower in Wyoming was declared a National Monument by President Theodore Roosevelt. Seventy years…

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