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An alien church provides much needed silence in the midst of a Finland shopping center

 

 

The space has been a hit since it first opened in 2012, and it is estimated that some 250,000 people had visited the space in less than a year. Just a year after that, the number had doubled to around 500,000 That's a lot of quiet time, especially in an alien egg.

 

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The Great Stalacpipe Organ

 

 

An organ located deep within a cave and whose "pipes" are the geological features of the cave itself

 

Deep in the Luray Caverns of Virginia sits the largest musical instrument in the world.

 

 

I wonder if they sing,

 

 

But green rolling hills of West Virginia

Are the nearest thing to heaven that I know

Though the times are sad and dear and I cannot linger here

Theyll keep me and never let me go

 

But someday Ill go back to West Virginia

To the green rolling hills I love so well

Yes someday Ill go home and I know Ill right the wrong

These trouble times will follow me no more

Yes someday Ill go home and I know Ill right the wrong

These trouble times will follow me no more

 

 

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The space has been a hit since it first opened in 2012, and it is estimated that some 250,000 people had visited the space in less than a year. Just a year after that, the number had doubled to around 500,000 That's a lot of quiet time, especially in an alien egg.

no Mork? not even a Mindy??
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huh, crp, thought i'd posted this yesterday: that is heart-warming!

 

how about a rubik's cube with 17 rows on each side! this guy actually solves it!

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That's amazingly good quality video--was it enhanced/cleaned up in some way? I didn't even realize that it was possible to film in color in 1900.

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