The Best of Lost At E Minor

The Lost At E Minor posts creating the most waves right now.

Russell the cat suffered 3rd degree burns last year but that doesn’t stop him from comforting his sick animal friends

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By Rachel Oakley in News on Wednesday 27 May 2015

Russel the cat suffered tremendously when he was caught in a house fire last year, with third degree burns across his body. But this little ginger cat has a heart of gold and though he’s still recovering after a year of treatment, Russel is caring for the other animals at the Animal Emergency Hospital & Urgent Care clinic in Raleigh, North Carolina.

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Meat eater gets attacked by a vegetarian… in a meat suit

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By Rachel Oakley in News on Tuesday 26 May 2015

So this just happened. A man named Brad Burns says he was walking his dogs in Veteran’s Memorial Park in Boise, Idaho when he saw a vegetarian – wearing a meat suit – attack a man eating a burger.

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Sticking gummy bears onto windshields makes them look like UFOs

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By Inigo del Castillo in New Art on Tuesday 26 May 2015

Whenever Dallas-based artist Esther Pearl Watson would go on road trips, she’d almost always see UFOs. These aliens, however, don’t look like your typical little green men. They look like gummy bears instead.

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Star Trek garden gnomes boldly go where no gnome has gone before

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By Inigo del Castillo in New Products on Tuesday 26 May 2015

The Starship Enterprise has arrived at their latest destination: your lawn. Online store ThinkGeek has given garden gnomes a geeky makeover by making them wear Starfleet uniforms, complete with matching pointy hats.

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Grandma kills it with her dance moves on the streets of Brussels

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By Rachel Oakley in Video on Tuesday 26 May 2015

Just recently a little old lady and her pet poodle were walking through Brussels when they decided to stop and listen to a street performer. He was cranking out some beat boxing with the mic turned up high. And then, just as everyone thought this old lady would simply walk on, she lifted up those heels and danced her way into a viral video!

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Artist paints giant murals of women bathing in the ocean while he rides a surfboard

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By Inigo del Castillo in New Art on Monday 25 May 2015

Is it still considered street art if it’s not on the streets? Having grown up in Oahu, artist Sean Yoro shows his affinity for the ocean by integrating its surface into his hyperrealistic murals – all the while trying to balance on a surfboard!

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Delta’s new safety video is choc full of Internet memes and viral characters

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By Rachel Oakley in Video on Monday 25 May 2015

Delta has made the Internet go crazy with its new safety video that stars, well, the Internet. To make sure everyone on the flight watches the not-so-watched pre-takeoff video, Delta has recruited some of the hottest Internet sensations to ever live, such as Roomba cat, Overly attached girlfriend, Screaming goat, and the Harlem Shake.

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Mewgaroo: a hoodie that has a kangaroo pouch for your cat to sleep in

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By Inigo del Castillo in New Fashion on Monday 25 May 2015

Now you can bring your cat along wherever you go, without having to carry a leash or a cardboard box. Japanese company ‘Unihabitat’ has created a hoodie that comes with a clever cat transportation feature: a pouch similar to that of a kangaroo’s.

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The elderly are introduced to urban art in Lisbon, Portugal

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By Rachel Oakley in New Art on Monday 25 May 2015

It looks like Lisbon, Portugal, is the place to grow old. In this city, the elderly are able to discover the fine art of graffiti through LATA 65 – an organization dedicated to introducing the older generation to urban art.

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Not many people can ride this bicycle and it’s for a very good reason

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By Rachel Oakley in Video on Saturday 23 May 2015

Knowledge is not understanding, Dustin reminds us in this video. ‘The algorithm that’s associated with riding a bike, in your brain, is just that complicated’, he says. ‘Think about it. Downwards force on the pedals, leaning your whole body, pulling and pushing the handlebars, gyroscopic procession in the wheels, every single force is part of this algorithm. And if you change any one part it affects the entire control system’.

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These beefed up kangaroos will make you feel all sorts of awkward

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By Rachel Oakley in New Photography on Saturday 23 May 2015

Digg Senior Editor Veronica de Souza says it all when she makes the comment, ‘Are they kind of hot? What am I feeling right now?’ about a bunch of meathead kangaroos. There’s nothing more awkward than looking at these ‘roos and wishing your better half had as much upper body muscle as these giant marsupials.

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Floating pizzeria is located in the picturesque waters off Fiji

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By Rachel Oakley in Cool Travel on Saturday 23 May 2015

Most pizzerias are basic – a counter, a few chairs, and a case for cold drinks. Nothing special, really. But travel to Fiji  and you’ll find the world’s most picturesque pizzeria, surrounding by turquoise water and sunny skies.

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LEGO minifigs go on tiny, real life adventures by interacting with everyday objects

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By Inigo del Castillo in New Photography on Friday 22 May 2015

French photographer Sofiane Samlal, better known as ‘Samsofy’, shows us that everything is indeed awesome when imagination takes over and brings inanimate plastic characters to life.

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Go on holiday and spend the night in a sewer pipe in Austria and Germany

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By Rachel Oakley in Architecture on Friday 22 May 2015

They might not be your first choice for accommodation, but Austrian architect Andreas Strauss has totally revamped these sewer pipes and converted them into homes away from home.

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Accurate body painting shows how a baby fits inside a pregnant woman’s belly

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By Inigo del Castillo in New Art on Friday 22 May 2015

Ever wondered how an entire human could fit inside another human for 9 months? Dutch maternal and infant photographer Leonie Versantvoort shows us how using something as simple as body paint.

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Cities throughout Britain open up Duck Lanes along the waterways

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By Rachel Oakley in News on Friday 22 May 2015

In a new initiative to ‘encourage people to be mindful of the animals they share the road with when walking or biking’, Duck Lanes have been put in place along pathways in London, Birmingham and Manchester.

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Taylor Swift’s Shake it Off gets rotoscoped and is 100% more awesome

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By Rod Smith in Video on Thursday 21 May 2015

Taylor Swift’s Shake it Off music video has been given a makeover. The University of Newcastle’s first year animation students were each asked to rotoscope two seconds of the clip in any way their hearts’ desired.

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Classical paintings superimposed on modern-day settings make everyday life more interesting

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By Inigo del Castillo in New Art on Thursday 21 May 2015

Angels, deities, and other scantily-clad classical figures make modern-day settings, such as subways and bus stops, their new homes in the series ‘2 Reality’.

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Tortoises eating tiny pancakes is all you need to feel good today

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By Inigo del Castillo in Video on Thursday 21 May 2015

Goes to show that everyone loves pancakes. Well, almost everyone. In this short video by BuzzFeed Blue, sulcate tortoises Oz, George, Tails, and Ralph are all treated to a healthy serving of pancakes. Most of them quickly dive into their meal (who wouldn’t?), save for one little guy who simply walks away. Maybe because they […]

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Newly-discovered crayfish has a shell that looks like outer space

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By Inigo del Castillo in New Eco on Thursday 21 May 2015

As it turns out, we don’t need high-powered telescopes to see far into outer space. All we actually need are diving gear! In Indonesia, a recently-discovered species of crayfish is turning heads for having a shell that looks like a cosmic nebula – or one of those EDM album covers.

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