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from NY Daily News

Is a ‘human barcode’ on the way?

Banksy: Human Barcode

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from The Huffington Post

The Average American's Face Will Change How You Think About Race

According to National Geographic, this is what the average American will look like in the year 2050. the future is mixed race

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Native American Art Getting Water. While I can see "Claggett/Rey Gallery" on the bottom of this painting I could not find the painting or artist on the site. If you can identify the artist from this image please leave a comment. Thanks!

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Irish Insanity :: <P>The national public asylum system in Ireland was established during the early nineteenth century and continued to operate up to the close of the twentieth century. These asylums / mental hospitals were a significant physical and social feature of Irish communities. They were used intensively and provided a convenient form of institutional intervention to manage a host of social problems.</P> <P></P><I> <P>Irish Insanity </I>identifies the long-term trends in in...

from TheMetaPicture.com

Average looking person from every country…

I'd seen something like this for women - but this is the first time I've seen the men's version. So here you go - images of hundreds (if not thousands) of men in various countries merged together to create the "average" face for each nationality.

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NHTSA releases raw 2015 traffic fatality data calls for tech companies to analyze The number of traffic fatalities in the U.S. in 2015 was up 7.2 percent from the year prior to 35092 and the National Highway Traffic Safety Actis doing things a little differently this year with respect to that data since its a troubling departure from the overall recent trend of a decreasing total number of annual traffic-related deaths. The NHTSA is offering an open data set of anonymized but detailed info…

from Beyond the Edge

Outdoor Advice + Tips: Identifying Injuries After a Fall (Videos)

Learn important backcountry and general trail know-how about identifying injuries after a fall. (Information provided by Wilderness Medicine Institute and the National Geographic Adventure Blog.)