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Thursday Links

Watch (and listen to) this goat eating Doritos, with bonus goat links.

How long would it take for a single person to fill up an entire swimming pool with their own saliva?

Ten Real-Life Technologies Inspired By Video Games

Finalists from Smithsonian’s Annual Photo Contest – and you can vote for the Readers Choice awards.

How many Nobel Prizes could Sir Isaac Newton win?

Ten of history’s most famous prostitutes.

ICYMIMonday’s links are here, and include a video tour of the Museum of Bad Art, the unexpected math behind Van Gogh’s “Starry Night”, $8.4 million for Michelangelo’s Tuscan villa, how not to get killed by a cow (and the Brit farmer who turned Nazi super cows into sausage because they were too aggressive), and Picasso’s self portraits from age 15 to age 90.

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