World’s Biggest Iceberg?

An astonishing photograph taken from outer-space illustrates how an iceberg the size of New York is close to breaking off from Antarctica. A 19-mile crack in Pine Island Glacier’s ice is clearly visible, leading some scientists to speculate that the world’s biggest berg could soon be on the move. The picture, taken by NASA’s Terra spacecraft in November 2011 but only released today, shows how the crack is quickly growing. Just a month before it was only 18 miles long.” w/ photos

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Profile Of A Criminal Profiler

“Generally, criminal profilers begin their career by getting a degree in forensics or psychology. The best criminal-profiling academy is the FBI Academy in Quantico, Virginia, which is a highly competitive institution. Students are typically between the ages of 23 and 27, after beginning their careers either in law enforcement or the FBI. Most entrants have already spent three years in the FBI before entering the Academy. After successfully graduating from the FBI Academy, profilers will use their new skills to look into the psyche of a criminal… Learn more on the profile of A criminal profiler.” w/ photos

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Stage Diver FAIL

“This is one of the craziest things that have happened at Saskatoon’s hardcore metal festival ‘Mazzfest.’ The guitarist of the band ‘Strangers’ gets ripped off the stage by a stage diver who trips on his guitar cable. He got up and finished the set!” — alittlelive

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Animated History Of Aviation

“This video portrays a brief history of aviation in 3D animation. While there are many contributions to aviation that could not be included, this video shows many of the substantial advancements that propelled aviation to what it has become today.”

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