Wednesday Wanderings: Newspaper Sculpture, Toxic Ocean Lake, Ancient Greek Mosaics, and Jupiter

Ever wonder if something other than recycling or composting could be done with old newspapers? Here’s your answer:

Newspaper Sculpture

There is a “lake” in the Gulf of Mexico that you won’t want to swim in. (Yeah, the head is kinda click bait-y but I thought it was interesting, anyway):

Lake in the Sea

Archaeologists have uncovered mosaics in Turkey from the second century that are in almost perfect condition:

Greek Mosaics

Some interesting things are being sent back from Jupiter by the Juno spacecraft:

Jupiter Images


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