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Dan’s Top5 Internet Finds (1/19/2015)

Why hello. If you’re reading this it means you are alive. This is good. Check out some of the things I found on the internets last week. Like and share on Facebook and/or Twitter if you like anything. It’s the only thing keeping me doing this. I NEED POSITIVE REINFORCEMENT.

1. WINDSHIELD NOTES of the week (found at ViralNova.com)

1.) We don’t want another Spud uprising on our hands, do we?

2.) I wonder if they’ll throw him a party, too.

3.) That’s a resolution worth keeping.

4.) I like games…

5.) On the bright side…free peanut butter.

6.) Hella creepy.

7.) Well, it worked…once.

8.) “That’s what you get!”

9.) Why’d you make my cat grumpy?

10.) Optimus Prime does not like you.

11.) Jesus probably wouldn’t use such strong language.

12.) What a lovely day.

13.) You can do just about anything online these days.

14.) Someone’s getting a lump of coal next year.

15.) That’s one car show I wouldn’t want to miss.

16.) “Office Space” meet “Parking Space.”

17.) 100% chance I’d still be angry if you blocked me in.

18.) “Taken” has a whole new meaning.

19.) Thanks, Spider-Man!

2. PERSPECTIVE PICS of the week (found at BuzzFeed.com)

1. Here’s Earth. Lookin’ good, Earth:

Here's Earth. Lookin' good, Earth:

2. On Earth there are more people inside this tiny circle than outside of it:

On Earth there are more people inside this tiny circle than outside of it:

valeriepieris / Via io9.com

3. Throughout the entire history of Earth, there have been around 115 billion people. Seven billion of those people are alive now, and you are one of them:

4. And every day on Earth, people fly from one part to another. This is what that looks like:

26 Pictures That Will Give You Perspective On What Really Matters

5. This is what one part of Earth, Antarctica, looks like in comparison to another part of Earth:

This is what one part of Earth, Antarctica, looks like in comparison to another part of Earth:

NASA

And this is how big another part of Earth is in comparison to a bunch of other parts:

And this is how big another part of Earth is in comparison to a bunch of other parts:

Kai Krause / Via informationisbeautiful.net

6. Here’s what the Earth would look like without water. A big ol’ lump:

26 Pictures That Will Give You Perspective On What Really Matters

7. Speaking of water, this is how big the Pacific Ocean actually is:

Speaking of water, this is how big the Pacific Ocean actually is:

Google

8. And this is how deep the deepest part of the ocean goes:

And this is how deep the deepest part of the ocean goes:

9. But the Earth is nothing compared to what’s outside of it. Here are all the satellites that orbit Earth every day:

10. And pulling farther out, here’s the United States in comparison to the moon:

And pulling farther out, here's the United States in comparison to the moon:

boredboarder8 / Via reddit.com

11. But to even get to the moon takes hundreds of thousands of miles of travel. Between the Earth and the moon you can fit every other planet in the solar system:

But to even get to the moon takes hundreds of thousands of miles of travel. Between the Earth and the moon you can fit every other planet in the solar system:

12. One of those planets above is Mars. On Mars is a mountain called Olympus Mons. It makes Mount Everest look like a little baby:

One of those planets above is Mars. On Mars is a mountain called Olympus Mons. It makes Mount Everest look like a little baby:

13. It’s also the size of France:

It's also the size of France:

Via http://mars500.wordpress.com

14. Another one of the planets up there is Jupiter. Here’s what it would look like if it was where our moon is:

26 Pictures That Will Give You Perspective On What Really Matters

15. This is the amount of water on one of Jupiter’s moons, Europa, compared to the amount of water on Earth:

This is the amount of water on one of Jupiter's moons, Europa, compared to the amount of water on Earth:

Via io9.com

16. Every day Jupiter keeps Earth safe from space debris by “shepherding” it out of the way:

26 Pictures That Will Give You Perspective On What Really Matters
Petr Scheilrich

17. Flying around space you’ll find some comets. Here’s what one looks like compared to Los Angeles:

Flying around space you'll find some comets. Here's what one looks like compared to Los Angeles:

Matt Wang / Via mentalfloss.com

18. It’s easy to forget that we, like the image above, are constantly moving, every single second of every single day:

19. Our solar system is constantly moving too. We are in the same position now that we were 225 million years ago, when dinosaurs were still on the planet:

Our solar system is constantly moving too. We are in the same position now that we were 225 million years ago, when dinosaurs were still on the planet:

20. Pulling even farther out, you can see how we all seem from behind Saturn’s rings:

21. In fact, everything you see and know is contained in this (seemingly) tiny little circle:

In fact, everything you see and know is contained in this (seemingly) tiny little circle:

22. And everything humanity has ever broadcasted has only made it this far out of the galaxy. No wonder we haven’t met any intelligent life:

23. And this is all the planets inside our own galaxy we discovered in the past year compared with other years:

And this is all the planets inside our own galaxy we discovered in the past year compared with other years:

24. But even our galaxy is NOTHING compared to what’s out there:

But even our galaxy is NOTHING compared to what's out there:

25. But let’s pull it way, way in. Inside YOU, every day, there are trillions of cells working to keep you, and just you, going. Here are some white blood cells attacking a parasite:

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26. And these are made up of molecules, of which one single one is shown here. This is who you are:

And these are made up of molecules, of which one single one is shown here. This is who you are:

IBM

But that’s nothing. Remember that inside your bodyare 7,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 atoms, each billions of years old. This is really who you are, and this is what the universe and everything you know is:

But that's nothing. Remember that inside your body are 7,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 atoms, each billions of years old. This is really who you are, and this is what the universe and everything you know is:

Digital Vision.

This is you.

3. DOG BATH of the week (NSFW!)

4. DIVA VIDEO of the week

5. GRANDMAS SMOKING video of the week

Dan Wiberg
Dan Wiberg lives in South Korea where he is a university "professor" and on and off stand up comic. He grew up enjoying the beautiful beaches of Tampa Bay, Florida. After graduating with a degree in anthropology (this degree legally allows him to tell racist jokes), he came across an internet ad to teach in Asian in 2009. He's been in Korea ever since. He started doing stand-up and his biggest credits to date are opening for Tom Rhodes and doing a three day comedy tour throughout Korea with his group of comedy pals (the Waygoonies). Dan says stuff on Twitter sometimes @DanWiberg.

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