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Nissan Invents Intelligent Yet Creepy Self-Parking Chairs To Keep Offices Tidy

All you have to do is clap!

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Chairs scattered all over the aisles is a common sight in offices. Not all employees have the instinct to push their chairs under the desk; a lot of them just leave the chairs where they left them. It’s not really a big deal, but for the Japanese, tidiness is a virtue.

Who else can think of this genius way to keep the office look neat and orderly? Nissan made self-parking office chairs that will automatically tuck themselves back into their rightful positions.

All you have to do is clap and the chairs will start moving. No, really.

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Seriously, I think it’s creepy. Seeing the chairs move by themselves is like seeing zombies crawling.

Now the bad (or good) news is that these chairs are not available commercially. Nissan created the chairs as part of their promotion of their intelligent parking assist technology. Shucks.

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See That Dot? Staring At It Will Make This Black and White Picture Turn Into Full Color

Watch how you can see the natural beauty of this castle in full color after staring the dot in both of these images for a few seconds. It’s awesome, watch it first then try it!

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What happens when you stare at one color for a long time? Why do you see different colors after staring? Is that even possible? Is it a mind trick?

All of these questions will be answered shortly. Indeed Science is very interesting as it gives explanation on peculiar things around us.

In this video clip, we will discover the spectrum of Science about colors. We suggest that you carefully follow the instructions given in the video, for you to be able to see and experience it first hand.

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According To Science, This Is Exactly How Newborn Babies See Their Parents

This actually explains a lot.

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If you are leaning over a cot and smiling at your newborn, you might want to lean closer so the baby can see your face and comprehend your emotions.

And when we say “closer,” we're not kidding. We literally mean maintaining a distance of merely 12 inches.

Or else, your baby wouldn’t be able to distinguish your face anyway. This is a fact that has been officially verified by a scientific research.

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China Reveals First Moon Surface Images in 40 Years – And They’re Pretty Stunning!

Photos are taken by the Chang’e 3 rover, the first lunar surface explorer since 1973.

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Just last November, we told you about the Project Apollo Archive – that project where NASA finally got tired of all the conspiracy theories and uploaded lots of high resolution moon photos on Flickr.

This time, allow us to share with you new (yes, new!) raw photos from a Chinese lunar mission.

In 2013, China successfully sent the Chang’e 3 for a moon exploration and now the images from that robot has officially been released to the public. Of course, the mission was not without difficulties since in February 2014, the rover (Yutu) broke down while it was doing a surface study for 3 months with the lander. Fortunately, images have already been captured from the lunar surface.

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