Find out exactly how many orcs Legolas put down in The Lord of the Rings trilogy.
An illustrated guide to the incredible features that make up the human anatomy.
It's easy to forget, but today is Earth Day. With everyone stuck in their homes, it's also easier to appreciate the natural beauty of our planet. Celebrate the 50th Earth Day with this Earth Puzzle. Measuring 26.5" in diameter, the puzzle is made up of 1,000 pieces that fit together to form a detailed image of the Western Hemisphere and the Pacific Ocean. The image is from NASA, the difficulty is a 3.5 out of 5, and the challenge is a perfect distraction from the urge to go explore.
Made with antimicrobial and durable properties, the PomaBrush is a big upgrade over whatever you're currently using to keep your teeth clean. Each one features silicone bristles and a soft medical-grade silicone body which not only feels good in your hand and keeps teeth clean, but also stays cleaner and in shape for longer and provides a powerful deep clean thanks to PomaBrush's 15,000 vibrations per minute. The PomaBrush is over 5 times lighter than usual electric brushes for easy use at home, the office, or travel. And the PomaBrush is also built to last up to 4 months on a single charge and will have up to one month's worth of a charge at all times.
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Using only the 1,000 most used words in our language, Minute Physics guides you to infinity and beyond.
Nick Offerman does you the favor of nutshelling Oprah's latest list of favorite things.
Deceptively complex and surprisingly heavy, this pool ball-sized puzzle makes a terrific addition to your desk. It's crafted from three identical pieces of die-cast stainless steel, with satin-finished exteriors and pebbled interiors. Lined up precisely along six points, the three pieces slide effortlessly together to form a sphere, and once together, slide open and closed like a lens' aperture blades. Arrives with a contrasting brass-finish display stand.
Diameter: 2.25" / Weight: 1 lb. 10 oz.
While much of Colorado-based artist Adam Ambro's work depicts vehicles he's found nearby, the two-door Range Rover Classic never made it to stateside dealerships. As a result, this one was actually sold by Virginia-based importers Commonwealth Classics. The boxy red vehicle is rendered with pens and markers on recycled newspaper; the unframed, full-bleed matte print measures 16"x24" and can easily be fitted to an A2 frame.
Legendary American author Kurt Vonnegut talks about his parents, Indianapolis, and lampreys that eat humans.