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The World Around Us
Consider the life of Borax magnate Stephen Mather. Never heard of him? His overriding goal was to preserve and protect samples of the American wilderness for future generations.
The very first Administrative Professionals Day was held in 1952, and is now one of the most celebrated workplace holidays observed in a number of countries worldwide.
The Museum of Experimental Science and Innovation in Tokyo is currently featuring an interactive flower installation, called Floating Flower Garden.
There are many beautiful reasons to travel the globe and The Hitachi Seaside Park is up on the list. Located just two hours outside of Tokyo in Hitachinaka, Ibaraki, Japan, the public park is currently in full bloom.
So recognizable is this statue that most people ignore its disproportional elements. The head is large for the body, as are the hands, but many people have commented on one aspect of this statue—David’s penis.
Over 170 countries, 1200 landmarks and 40 UNESCO world heritage sites participated in switching their light off. That said, Earth Hour, is Not Earth Day even though they are clearly related.
I won’t mention the name of the artist who created this version of Lucy holding a bottle of Vitameatavegamin, but he missed the mark completely.
Kick back and relax. Enjoy the concert in the BBC video below, which rolls footage also aired in a first-rate documentary, Ocean Giants.
Yeah, you got it right. sit tight as I run you through 20 things about this day that many of us believe to be true (but are false), things we don’t know, and those only a Gom should believe…