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DIY X-Men Pyro Flamethrowers, Anyone?

If you didn’t understand the latest X-Men series, you’re not alone. And surprisingly, what might actually be easier to comprehend is how to make a flamethrower a la cinema’s most-beloved mutants.

Countries With Fewer People Than New York And Tokyo

Countries With Less Population Than Tokyo

Tokyo

Countries Less Population New York

New York City

With pedestrian traffic so massive that it could make an agoraphobic break out in hives, the cities of New York and Tokyo (ringing in at 8.3 and 13.2 million people, respectively) dwarf entire countries in terms of population alone.

Charles Jencks’ Intricate Landscape Art

Charles Jencks Magnificent View

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To understand the world view of Charles Jencks, a landscape architect and sculptor whose grand body of work has to be seen to be believed, refer to Jenck’s own remarks: “To see the world in a Grain of Sand, the poetic insight of William Blake, is to find relationships between the big and small, science and spirituality, the universe and the landscape. This cosmic setting provides the narrative for my content-driven work, the writing and design. I explore metaphors that underlie both growing nature and the laws of nature, parallels that root us personally in the cosmos as firmly as a plant, even while our mind escapes this home.”

Charles Jencks Spiral Pond

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With names like “The Garden of Cosmic Speculation” and “Northumberlandia”, the Lady of the North, Charles Jencks’ creations are as grandiose as they are mesmerizing. Celebrating nature in conjunction with scientific and architectural design, Jencks’ gardens and parks carry a signature style unique to his own experiences and expertise.

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How Your Teddy Bear Has Changed Your Relationship With Animals

The physical manifestation of politics, conservationism, indoctrination and general cuteness, there’s more to the teddy bear than you might initially think. Watch on as Jon Mooallem dives into the history of America’s favorite bear and how it has affected the way we look at our animal peers.

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