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Title
13178
This University's President is really hands on
36295
Staying till after the credits
22006
Judgmental
6957
Fool Me Once...
9877
Ridiculous footwork from Anthony Martial
64356
Best question at Comic-Con 2017
7252
Fool Me Once...
27276
Mom grab toy for her kitten.
20010
It's day 4 of the hostage situation...
6300
Cute discouraged bowler
9796
Redditor recognizes himself and wife as tiny coloured dots in an epic earthporn photo
17052
????Plane flying under mammatus clouds????
44384
Cow shoes used by Moonshiners during Prohibition to disguise their footprints, 1922.
23462
Fuck Cancer
6073
George R.R. Martin thinks The Winds of Winter will be released in 2018, perhaps as well as 'Fire and Blood', fictional history book of the Targaryen kings.
27959
Trump by the NYT
17127
HMB While I make this a super slide
15472
Madweebs
37281
Microsoft Paint to be killed off after 32 years | Technology
15927
Superhero bike mechanic saves two children in amazing fashion.
24157
Over 2,500 products have shrunk in size over the past five years but are being sold for the same price, official figures show.
65607
TIL in 1990, First Lady Barbara Bush criticized The Simpsons as “the dumbest thing I've ever seen." Marge wrote a letter to her, in character, politely telling her not to be so judgmental and explaining that her family tried their best. Mrs Bush later apologized for her “loose tongue”
20708
To use the pressure cooker...
13586
How much longer are we expected to put up with the world's most incompetent leader JUST NEVER ENDS ~ 5:23 PM - 24 Nov 2013
6113
The left door perfectly describes the right door's condition.
13190
Verizon Throttles Netflix Subscribers In 'Test' It Doesn't Inform Customers About
11890
I'm not fully committed to the video until I turn my phone sideways.
18327
Schiphol clock, Marten Baas, video art installation that updates every minute, 2016
9356
But raising the minimum wage hurts business
8399
A moment inspired by Vader Down
9370
We can all relate with this guy
13106
Man's best friend
8448
#??1??
5966
hmmm
5663
Demo of 4 Colour printing with acrylic slides
6289
At least Debbie Downer liked the photo
12420
Title
9591
Jane Campion: ‘The clever people used to do film. Now they do TV’
3786
On this day (July 24th), 26 years ago, Harry Potter received his first Hogwarts letter!
19956
ELI5: How can large chains (Target, Walmart, etc) produce store brand versions of nearly every product imaginable while industry manufacturers only really produce a single type of item?
4205 R3ptar1337 "Shortly after 9 A.M., with the submersible about to be lifted out of the water with a towline back onto the ship, a water alarm sounded in the aft sphere, a self-contained part of the submersible containing machinery and oil storage. The towline had apparently fouled on the aft sphere hatch and wrenched it open. With the sound of water entering the aft compartment, Pisces III became inverted and began to sink back to the seabed. The aft sphere was now fully flooded. The additional weight of water now added over a tonne of extra weight to the submersible.[2][5][12] At 175 ft (53 m) the submersible jolted to a stop - held at the maximum length of the nylon towline. The crew now swung about in the sea currents until the rope snapped. The pilots immediately closed down all the electrical systems which instantly plunged the sub in total blackness. They also managed to release a 400 lb (181 kg) lead ballast weight as they descended. They both now readied themselves for the impact on the sea floor which occurred at 9:30 A.M at a speed judged later to be at 40 mph (64 km/h)." Well that sounds terrifying.
4811 One_Hot_Minute "Well, we're down to 12 minutes of air" *"It will be 24 minutes soon"* "What was that?" "Nothing, nothing"
385 Hippy10000 I can't wait for the movie
636 The_Write_Stuff So, the CURV-III is still down there? Be interesting to recover it, just as a piece of history. A 70s vintage ROV that was instrumental in saving two people would make an awesome addition to a maritime museum. 1,600 feet is not that deep by modern ROV standards. I smell a training exercise. Edit: Apparently not, though the first article says it was abandoned during the rescue operation. It was used again in 1976. Now was that the same vehicle or was CURV-III a class of ROVs?
395 HauschkasFoot Would these two guys need to be stashed in a decompression chamber for a while or what?
196 rosypineapple After reading this post title, I had to take a deep breath of beautiful oxygen.
53 finnknit > [The submersible] sank to the bottom of the ocean with ... 72 hours of available life support, which they were able to extend to 76 hours by careful conservation. So really, they should have run out of air 4 hours sooner than they did. Amazing that they managed to extend their air supply as much as they did.
164 epicbenny99 And now they're making a movie of being trapped in a 12 ft swimming pool...
218 sirushi I did not read article, is the air still down there? I need 12 minutes of air for my scavenger hunt.