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The Tele-A-Chair is a futuristic pre-Star Wars cast fiberglass lounge chair with a coin operated television cantilevered off the left arm rest with built in speakers in the headrest. The chair’s Sharp television and headrest speakers are in excellent working condition and cable ready. Invented by John R. Rice and manufactured in Van Nuys, CA between 1970 to 1973 by the International Movie Chair, Inc, this Tele-A-Chair was installed at Los Angeles International Airport in the early 1970’s. Travelers could watch a half-hour of television for 25 cents.
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15 Most Incredible Slot Canyons on Earth
Slot canyons are fantastically narrow gorges that are much deeper than they are wide. Formed by water rushing through sandstone and limestone (although some are also shaped in granite and basalt) they can be less than three feet across yet well over 100 feet deep!
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Thorax of the Common Whitetail dragonfly by Igor Siwanowicz
Igor Siwanowicz of the Janelia Farm Research Campus created this image by layering photos of eight individual algae known as desmids, the largest of which is about 270 microns in size. Cell walls fluoresce blue and chloroplasts glow red.