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15 photos that will shatter your heart and scar your soul forever (WARNING: devastatingly heartbreaking content)

15 photos that will shatter your heart and scar your soul forever (WARNING: devastatingly heartbreaking content) | Brian's Science and Technology | Scoop.it
The collection of emotional photos below are devastatingly heartbreaking for various reasons. Some portray horrifyingly sad human situations while some capture the distressing brutality of mankind. In some the story behind the photo reveals a poignant situation that may not be immediately recognized from the photo alone. In all, the photograph will be permanently etched into your mind becoming a part of your soul forever. http://geekslop.com/2015/photos-shatter-your-heart-scar-your-soul-heartbreaking
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Can you spot the hidden snipers in these pictures?

Can you spot the hidden snipers in these pictures? | Brian's Science and Technology | Scoop.it
Driven by the increasing range and accuracy of firearms, camouflage designers have been researching and exploiting optical illusions since World War I and German artist Simon Menner proves that our eyes can often deceive us. Check out the photo montage below and see if you can spot the sniper hidden in each of the landscapes. http://geekslop.com/2014/spot-hidden-military-snipers-in-these-pictures
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Oldest known photograph of a human being dates back to 1838

Oldest known photograph of a human being dates back to 1838 | Brian's Science and Technology | Scoop.it
The black and white photograph depicting an early 19th century scene was taken by Louis Daguerre in 1838 on the streets of Paris, France. With a seven minute exposure time, two stationary humans were captured on camera, making it the oldest known photograph containing actual images of people. Oddly, there were likely many other people (and horses, carriages, etc.) in the photograph but they were moving too quickly to register on the plate. http://geekslop.com/2014/oldest-known-photograph-human-dates-back-1838
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