2007’s “Thnks fr th Mmrs” involved Kim getting a little too close to a chimpanzee.

1. The year was 2007. Kim Kardashian was best-known as Paris Hilton’s best friend (if you knew her at all) and Fall Out Boy was pretttttty, pretty cool at the time.

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2. See: Tag body spray.

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VERY 2007.

3. See also: long, lingering glances.

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4. In said video, a big-shot chimpanzee is hired to direct the video and the guys aren’t really digging his style.

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5. Especially because of how “hands-on” he is with Kim. Pete leaves.

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6. But then he comes back and Kim and Pete kiss while the evil chimp watches.

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7. And in the end, the chimp won Kim’s affection anyway.

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8. WEIRD PREMISE FOR A VIDEO, RIGHT?

Video available at: http://youtube.com/watch?v=onzL0EM1pKY&t=158.

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A humble salute in GIFs.

1. When Garbo laughed.

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4. When Jean opened up.

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8. When Judy dared to dream.

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16. When Ingrid listened.

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48. When Yul disrobed.

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Using satellite imagery and Ancient Mayan astronomy charts, 15-year-old William Gadoury from Quebec, Canada is believed to have discovered a previously unknown Mayan city deep in the jungles of Mexico.

According to the Telegraph, no other scientist has ever found such a correlation in the past several hundred years of study of the Ancient civilization.

The idea first struck Gadoury when he noticed that the Maya built their cities away from rivers, electing more marginal areas and even mountainous regions. He hypothesized that they must have had a different reason for choosing their locations.

Gadoury soon began analyzing constellations and found 22 that neatly matched the locations of 117 Mayan cities across Mexico, Honduras, Guatemala and El Salvador. That’s when Gadoury noticed that only 2 of 3 stars in a 23rd constellation lined up with previously known Mayan cities. If his theory was correct, then the 3rd star might match up with a lost Mayan city that had yet to be discovered.

Thanks to a science competition Gadoury had won the previous year, the star pupil already had a relationship with the Canadian Space Agency. So when he asked if they could provide recent satellite imagery of the area that aligned with the constellation, they happily obliged.

According to the BBC:

He also scoured the internet for other satellite images from 2005, when a fire had engulfed the area leaving it more exposed – and any remains more visible. Armed with his images, he then collaborated with Remote Sensing expert Dr. Armand Larocque from the University of New Brunswick. By studying the satellite images and applying digital image processing a fascinating discovery was made; LaRocque proved that the 15-year-old had found a major city with 30 buildings and an 86 metre pyramid.

Unfortunately the location of the potential site is in one of the most remote and inaccessible areas of Mexico and an archaeological expedition would be extremely costly.

Gadoury remains optimistic and hopes to stir interest by sharing his potential discovery with as many people as possible. He’ll be presenting his findings at the 2017 International Science Fair in Brazil and will also be publishing his research in an upcoming scientific journal.

If confirmed, William has named the yet-to-be explored city in the Yucatan jungle K’aak Chi, or Mouth of Fire.

Sources

The Telegraph: Star pupil finds lost Mayan city by studying ancient charts of the night sky from his bedroom
BBC News: How a 15-year-old discovered an ancient city
Gizmodo: Teen Discovers Lost Maya City Using Ancient Star Maps

Read more: http://twistedsifter.com/2016/05/teen-may-have-found-lost-city-using-ancient-star-maps/

For a recent TV documentary, a panel of experts came together to re-examine the case of JonBent Ramsey – the six-year-old “child beauty queen” who wasfound murderedin her family’s basement on Boxing Day, 1996.

Initially, suspicion had fallen on her parents. HoursbeforeJonBent’s body was discovered, her mother had called the police, reporting her daughter missing and explaining that she had found a ransom note, asking for $118,000, on the staircase of thefamily’s home. Not only was this almost exactly the amount thatJonBent’s fatherhad received in a recent bonus from work, but it was later discovered that the note was written using pen and paper from the Ramsey’s house.

Later on in the day, a detective asked the Ramseys if they could search their house, to determine thatJonBent definitely wasn’t there. John Ramsey, looking in the basement with two of his friends, found his daughter’s body -covered with her favourite white blanket – with a cord around her neck, duct tape over her mouth, and her wrists tied above her head.

While investigators initially thought that one ofJonBent’s parents was guilty of her murder, upon re-examining the evidence, experts have concluded that it was her brother – the then nine-year-old Burke – who killed her.

Their hypothesis – among other things – took into account the fact thatJonBent’s autopsy revealed that she had eaten pineapple shortly before her death, and police investigating the crime scene found a bowl with pineapple in it, covered in Burke’s fingerprints – in the kitchen.

They believe that JonBent had come down in the night, and tried to steal some of her brother’s food. This had enraged him, and he had lashed out, hitting – and accidentally killing – his sister with a nearby torch. (It wouldn’t be the first time he had been violent towards her; he had hit her with a golf club, leaving her with a scar on her face, just the year before).

To protect their son, John and Patsy Ramseydecided to cover up this accident, and stage the ransom note and basement murder.

The documentary presented plenty of evidence to support this theory: using new technology, they uncovered an extra six seconds of audio from the 911 call that Patsy Ramsey made upon apparently discovering that her daughter was missing. After she thought that she’d hung up,JonBent’s mother can be heard saying, “what did you do? Help me, Jesus“, while her father says “we’re not speaking to you“.

While it wasclaimed that Burke was asleep in bed the whole time, he can be heard asking his parents, “what did you find?“.

Avideo of Burke being interviewed by a child psychologistabout his sister’s murder was also deemed suspicious: the nine-year-old didn’t seem at all concerned at the suggestion that his sister’s killer might come back, saying, “I’m basically just going on with my life, you know?”.

While he refused to participate in the making of CBS’ documentary,Burke Ramsey – now 29 – has given Dr. Phil an exclusive interview, in which he vehemently denied having any involvement in his sister’s death:

“You wont find any evidence because thats not what happened.Theres been a few people who said thats not even physically possible for a nine-year-old to do that.”

When asked who he thought was responsible for JonBenet’s murder, Burke suggested that it might be someone who had seen her compete in a child beauty pageant:

“I kinda always thought it was a paedophile who saw her in one of the pageants and snuck in [to our house], who knows.”

While nothing has been proven, however, it seems that evidence is pointing towards Burke being the guilty party. As Dr. Werner Spitz told CBS Detroit:

“If you really, really use your free time to think about this case, you cannot come to a different conclusion.

Its the boy who did it, whether he was jealous, or mentally unfit or something I dont know the why, Im not a psychiatrist, but what I am sure about is what I know about him, that is what happened here. And the parents changed the scene to make it look like something it wasnt.”

H/T Rolling Stone / News.com.au / Daily Mail

Read more: http://www.hellou.co.uk/2016/09/jonbenet-ramseys-brother-reveals-who-he-believes-killed-his-sister-106226/

This stunning giraffe has not been photoshopped, she’s real! Omo, the 15-month-old beauty whose skin looks as if it was bleached, is suffering from leucism. It’s a condition that results in a partial loss of pigmentation.

She was spotted in Tarangire National Park in Tanzania by Dr Derek Lee, founder and scientist at the Wild Nature Institute. “Omo appears to get along with the other giraffes, she has always been seen with a large group of normally coloured giraffe – they don’t seem to mind her different colouring,” he explained.

“We and our partners are working on giraffe conservation and anti-poaching to help give Omo and her relatives a better chance of survival. We hope that she lives a long life and that some day she has calves of her own.”

“Omo is the only pale giraffe we are currently aware of,” said Dr Derek Lee


“Omo appears to get along with the other giraffes…they don’t seem to mind her different colouring”


“Adult giraffes are regularly poached for bush meat, and her colouration might make her a target”


“We and our partners are working on giraffe conservation and anti-poaching to help give Omo and her relatives a better chance of survival”


“We hope that she lives a long life and that some day she has calves of her own”

Read more: http://www.boredpanda.com/white-giraffe-leucism-albino-rare-animals-omo-tanzania/

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Paris’ romantic air just got more breathable, and its world-famous streets more stroll-able.

The city’s government unveiled an ambitious plan to ban gas-powered cars from the city by the end of the next decade.

“We have planned the end of thermic vehicle use, and therefore of fossil energies, by 2030,” Christophe Nadjovski, Paris deputy mayor in charge of transportation, told France Info radio.

The city’s mayor, Anne Hidalgo, had already announced a plan to ban diesel-powered vehicles from the city by 2024.

The French capital is the latest in a string of European cities cracking down on cars.

Oslo recently announced plans to ban parking spaces by 2019. Madrid plans to ban gas-powered cars from the bulk of its city center by 2020.

These moves may seem drastic, but recent research suggests many more similarly extreme steps could be necessary to avert climate catastrophe.

A University of Michigan study recently released estimates the U.S. automotive and electricity industries have fewer than nine years to take large-scale emission-limiting action before runaway warming becomes the most probable outcome.

The Los Angeles skyline in 2015. Photo by Mark Ralston/Getty Images.

“If we do not act to reduce greenhouse gas emissions forcefully prior to the 2020 election, costs ​to reduce emissions at a magnitude and timing consistent with averting dangerous human interference with the climate will skyrocket,” Steven Skerlos, University of Michigan professor of mechanical engineering, said in a news release announcing the results. “That will only make the inevitable shift to renewable energy less effective in maintaining a stable climate system throughout the lives of children already born.”

Some U.S. cities and states are taking steps to reduce vehicle emissions within their borders.

In May, California regulators announced stringent targets for reducing carbon emissions over the next eight years, including a requirement that automakers sell a higher percentage of low-emission vehicles in the state. A month later, a coalition of 30 mayors, three state governors, and over 100 businesses petitioned the United Nations to join the Paris Climate Accord, in the wake of the Trump administration’s announced decision to withdraw from the agreement.

In August, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo announced his administration was exploring congestion pricing — a toll on cars that enter certain central regions of New York City, though similar proposals have previously floundered in the state’s legislature.

Could an enterprising American metropolis follow Paris’ lead and banish gas-powered motor vehicles entirely?

With 218 million licensed drivers in the U.S., it’s a tall political order.

But, to save the planet, they might have to go the extra mile.

Read more: http://www.upworthy.com/paris-is-banning-cars-heres-why-us-cities-need-to-follow-suit-basically-now

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Siri has a sweet voice — in a snooty robot kind of way — but imagine the iPhone assistant with one of Hollywood’s most epic voices. That’s right, Apple gadget fans, you could hear the smooth vocal stylings of Morgan Freeman every time you have a question. Well, that’s if this fake iPhone 5 video somehow has any truth to it.

The Smosh team tackled the biggest complaints about the current iPhone and came up with clever suggestions as to how the new Apple gadget could improve.

You’ll laugh, you’ll cry, you’ll ask yourself, “seriously, when is this phone finally coming out?”

BONUS: Is This the Real iPhone 5?

November 11 is Origami Day in Japan, where the paper crane has become a symbol of peace, but did you know that Origami isn’t an entirely Japanese invention?

Ancient Japanese origami used cut or marked paper, and was first mentioned in a poem from 1680. In Europe 100 years later, German pedagogue Friedrich Fröbel taught kindergarten children simple mathematical forms by folding whole pieces of paper. This system was imported to Japan after 1860, and is the basis for what we consider modern origami.

Are you adept at folding paper into beautiful forms? Share some of your creations, or vote on your favorite below!

Image credits: Ng Boon Choon

Read more: http://www.boredpanda.com/origami-day-paper-art-2015/