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February 23, 2018

Futurologist Predicts Human Immortality Might Be Closer Than You Think

If someone told you that the human race is very close to living forever, what would you say? According to futurologist Dr. Ian Pearson, by 2050 we'll have the capability to become “immortal.” Pearson, a former sound engineer and inventor, claims to have “85% accuracy when looking 10-15 years ahead,” and lists several technological advances as reasons for his prediction. “There are quite a lot of people interested in living forever,” Dr. Pearson tells The Sun.

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February 23, 2018

Adorable Kitten Born With a Rare “Two Face” Has Grown Into a Striking Cat

Two-faced cats are a rare sight, and their striking features continue to captivate the world over. Venus is one of the most famous felines to have a purrfectly two-tone face, but a young cat named Narnia is quickly winning the hearts of the internet. Based in France, the British Shorthair is nearly a year old and has already grown into a handsome boy with blue eyes and a half black, half gray face.

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February 23, 2018

Artist Transforms Found Stones Into Animals You Can Hold in the Palm of Your Hand

Japanese artist Akie Nakata (known simply as Akie) turns found stones and rocks into adorable animal paintings you can hold in the palm of your hand. Inspired by the natural shapes of each stone she comes across, Akie chooses the ones she believes already have their own destined characters. Ever since she was a child, the self-taught artist has loved collecting stones.

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February 22, 2018

Surreal Photos Look Like They’re Straight Out of a Dream

Russian fine art photographer Platon Yurich creates dreamlike images by merging surrealism with digital art. A talented photo manipulator, filmmaker, and creative director, Yurich’s growing portfolio of conceptual photography evokes mystery and wonder, and encourages the viewer to explore their imagination. By merging majestic landscapes with human subjects, Yurich’s images often tell stories of man’s interaction with nature.

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