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  • “I was going somewhere and decided to take a nap.”

    “I was going somewhere and decided to take a nap.”

    21 Times Cats Had Us Grinning From Ear to Ear

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  • The elastance was gone, so they would stretch out but then the recoil of them just snaps right back

    The elastance was gone, so they would stretch out but then the recoil of them just snaps right back

    Shocking Video Of Nurse Inflating Healthy Lungs Vs Smoker’s Reveals What Cigarettes Really Do To You

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  • “Homie just started napping mid-fix on our internet.”

    “Homie just started napping mid-fix on our internet.”

    27 People Who Simply Messed Up

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  • 8. Next time I say I was kidnapped by aliens you’ll have to believe me!

    8. Next time I say I was kidnapped by aliens you’ll have to believe me!

    20+ Extraordinary People Who Have Their Own Way of Doing Things

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  • 19. The first photograph of Earth taken from the perspective of the moon (1966): On August 3, 1966, Lunar Orbiter I was just a few moments away from traveling around the moon for the sixteenth time when it snapped this photo.

    19. The first photograph of Earth taken from the perspective of the moon (1966): On August 3, 1966, Lunar Orbiter I was just a few moments away from traveling around the moon for the sixteenth time when it snapped this photo.

    20 Photography Firsts That Paint A Fascinating Portrait Of Human History

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  • 17. The first photograph of Earth taken from space (1950): This photograph was snapped by a V-2 rocket in 1950. At the time, people described the image as “how our Earth would look to visitors from another planet coming in on a spaceship.”

    17. The first photograph of Earth taken from space (1950): This photograph was snapped by a V-2 rocket in 1950. At the time, people described the image as “how our Earth would look to visitors from another planet coming in on a spaceship.”

    20 Photography Firsts That Paint A Fascinating Portrait Of Human History

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  • 11. The first color photograph (1861): This tartan ribbon was snapped by Thomas Sutton, who invented the SLR camera. To take the photo, he collaborated with physicist James Clerk Maxwell.

    11. The first color photograph (1861): This tartan ribbon was snapped by Thomas Sutton, who invented the SLR camera. To take the photo, he collaborated with physicist James Clerk Maxwell.

    20 Photography Firsts That Paint A Fascinating Portrait Of Human History

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  • 9. The first photograph of an active war zone (1853-1856): When the Duke of Newcastle and Prince Albert asked photographer Roger Fenton to document the Crimean War, he snapped this. It would become one of the first images of an active war zone. Even though he risked his life, Fenton was accused of staging many of his photos.

    9. The first photograph of an active war zone (1853-1856): When the Duke of Newcastle and Prince Albert asked photographer Roger Fenton to document the Crimean War, he snapped this. It would become one of the first images of an active war zone. Even though he risked his life, Fenton was accused of staging many of his photos.

    20 Photography Firsts That Paint A Fascinating Portrait Of Human History

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  • 7. The first photo of people getting drunk (1844): Scottish photographer David Octavius became somewhat of a pioneer for taking silly pictures with his camera. Here, he snapped the first-ever photo of inebriated people (his friends).

    7. The first photo of people getting drunk (1844): Scottish photographer David Octavius became somewhat of a pioneer for taking silly pictures with his camera. Here, he snapped the first-ever photo of inebriated people (his friends).

    20 Photography Firsts That Paint A Fascinating Portrait Of Human History

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  • 2. The first human captured in a photograph (1838): The first person to be photographed can be seen in the bottom-left corner of this image. It was snapped by Louis Daguerre from his apartment building.

    2. The first human captured in a photograph (1838): The first person to be photographed can be seen in the bottom-left corner of this image. It was snapped by Louis Daguerre from his apartment building.

    20 Photography Firsts That Paint A Fascinating Portrait Of Human History

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