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    Protesters take part in a rally on a street outside of Hong Kong Government Complex on September 30, 2014 in Hong Kong. Thousands of pro democracy supporters continue to occupy the streets surrounding Hong Kong's Financial district. Protest leaders have set an October 1st deadline for their demands to be met and are calling for open elections and the resignation of Hong Kong's Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying. (Photo by Anthony Kwan/Getty Images)

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    This aerial picture taken on September 28, 2014 shows rescue workers and Self Defence Force soldiers searching for missing climbers and survivors among ash covered mountain cottages on the top of Mount Ontake at Nagano prefecture, one day after Japan's volcano Ontake erupted in central Japan, which straddling Nagano and Gifu prefecture. Rescuers rushed to help dozens of hikers stranded on an erupting volcano in central Japan with six people believed to be buried under ash and dozens injured. (Photo credit IJI PRESS/AFP/Getty Images)

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    A glittering, heart-shaped solar plant is being built on the Pacific island of New Caledonia. Dubbed as " the world's most beautiful power station" the heart will begin producing energy for 750 homes from early 2015. Made by solar company Conergy the 2MW "Heart of New Caledonia" was commissioned by local beverage company Froico SA. It is expected to save around 2m tonnes of carbon dioxide emissions in the 25 years following its launch. "It will also probably be the world's first beautiful PV plant, and perhaps the first beautiful power station of any description, anywhere on the planet," said David McCallum, managing director of Conergy Australia who said it could become a famous landmark like the region's Coeur de Voh. The French overseas territory is currently dependent on polluting oil, gas and coal power. (Picture by: Conergy/Splash News)

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    A Lego sculpture entitled 'Computer' is displayed at the Art of Brick Exhibition on September 24, 2014 in London, England. Eighty sculptures by artist Nathan Sawaya are on display at The Old Truman Brewery. Created from a million Lego bricks, the exhibition opens on September 26, 2014 and runs until January 4, 2015. (Photo by Peter Macdiarmid/Getty Images)

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    This unique Mercedes was stopping traffic yesterday (Mon) after its owner had the covered in diamonds. The diesel Mercedes CLS is thought to be owned by a Russian woman who lives in London. And she has managed to outdo the Arab playboys who drive around the capital by having her car covered in thousands of Swarovski diamonds. The Mercedes caused a stir yesterday (Mon) when it was parked outside a restaurant on Basil Street, near Harrods in Knightsbridge. (Picture by: SWNS / Splash News)

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    People organize to march in the People's Climate March on September 21, 2014 in New York City. The march, which calls for drastic political and economic changes to slow global warming, has been organized by a coalition of unions, activists, politicians and scientists. (Photo by Andrew Burton/Getty Images)

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    Krispy Kreme has created the UK's biggest ever box of doughnuts, the Double Hundred Dozen to celebrate the launch of the retailers new Occasions service that allows customers to purchase big, personalised orders for special events. The giant, iconic dotty box, pictured with member of staff Harriet Murphy at the Enfield store, is more than three and a half metres long, just under a metre tall and filled with 2,400 doughnuts. (Picture by: Solent News / Splash News)

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    A participant prepares to fly a kite during The 4th Surabaya International Kite Festival and Competition on September 14, 2014 in Surabaya, Indonesia. The 4th Surabaya International Kite Festival and Competition attracts hundreds of kite enthusiasts from all over Indonesia and two international participants from Malaysia and Sweden in Edu Park, Pakuwon City, Surabaya. (Photo by Robertus Pudyanto/Getty Images)

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    US Secretary of State John Kerry looks out over Baghdad from a helicopter on September 10, 2014. Kerry is visiting Iraq to hold talks with the country's new leaders on their role in a long-awaited strategy against Islamic State jihadists to be unveiled by President Barack Obama. (Photo credit BRENDAN SMIALOWSKI/AFP/Getty Images)

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    Sam Pulia, mayor of Westerchester, IL, and a former police officer of the same town, mourns over the name of his cousin, New York firefighter Thomas Anthony Casoria, who was killed in the South Tower, prior to the the memorial observances held at the site of the World Trade Center in in New York on September 11, 2014. This year marks the 13th anniversary of the September 11th terrorist attacks that killed nearly 3,000 people at the World Trade Center, Pentagon and on Flight 93. (Photo by Andrew Burton /Getty Images)

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    An illustration showing scarecrows sitting on a bench at a bus stand is on display at Kakashi no Sato, or the Scarecrow's Hometown on September 10, 2014 in Himeji, Japan. In this district of Yasutomi in Himeji city, over 100 of scarecrows stand in farmlands abandoned house and roadside to illustrate the good old Japanese countryside and attract visitors. (Photo by Buddhika Weerasinghe/Getty Images)

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    Families of Central American immigrants turn themselves in to U.S. Border Patrol agents after crossing the Rio Grande River from Mexico on September 8, 2014 in Mission, Texas. Although the numbers of such immigrant families and unaccompanied minors have decreased from a springtime high, thousands continue to cross in the border illegally into the United States. The Rio Grande Valley sector is the busiest area for illegal border crossings, especially for Central Americans, into the U.S. (Photo by John Moore/Getty Images)

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    People launch Kongming lanterns in celebration of the Mid-autumn Festival on September 7, 2014 in Yichun, Jiangxi Province of China. These lanterns were launched to celebrate China's upcoming Mid-Autumn Festival on September 8. (Photo by ChinaFotoPress/Getty Images)

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    A humpback whale spyhops off Rockaway Peninsula with the Empire State Building in the background September 23, 2013 in the Rockaway Beach neighborhood of the Queens borough of New York City. (Photo by Artie Raslich/Getty Images)

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    Massachusetts has once again posted a fantastic message on their electronic highway billboards targeting drivers who feel the need to text and drive. The message today read 'PUT DOWN THE PHONE' 'YOUR LOL's AND OMG's CAN WAIT'. Back in May of this year they had signs that read 'CHANGING LANES?' 'USE YAH BLINKAH' (Picture by: Splash News)

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    Waves reach 30 feet as a surfer rides the biggest wave of the day at Wedge Point in Newport, CA. The surfer waited for the biggest waves around 11am as high tide rolled in during the swell caused by Hurricane Marie. The waves were the biggest in a decade. A surfer chose his moment as he dropped in on a massive 30-foot wave which he rode out of during the peak of the day. Spectators reach 3,000 as they watched in amazement as surfers enjoyed the once in a decade high swell. The waves were said to be the biggest on the California coast at Wedge Point in Newport Beach California!(Picture by: Splash News)

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    2000 fans of the film 'ET: The Extra Terrestrial' take part in a photocall ahead of the Film4 screening at Somerset House in London, England. (Photo by Ben A. Pruchnie/Getty Images)

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    The world's oldest egg - belonging to an extinct ostrich-like bird - is expected to raise a staggering $83,000 at auction. The rare item is over 500 years old and is just one of a handful of undamaged eggs left by the extinct elephant bird, once native to the island of Madagascar. At over a foot in length, it's larger than seven ostrich eggs and the equivalent in size to an astonishing 100 hens' eggs.

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    The casket of Michael Brown sits inside Friendly Temple Missionary Baptist Church awaiting the start of his funeral on August 25, 2014 in St. Louis Missouri. Michael Brown,18 year-old unarmed teenager, was shot and killed by a Ferguson Police Officer Darren Wilson in the nearby town of Ferguson, Missouri on August 9. His death caused several days of violent protests along with rioting and looting in Ferguson. (Photo by Robert Cohen-Pool/Getty Images)

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    The amazing spectacle in war-torn Democratic Republic of Congo is rarely seen as the conflict means the lake is difficult to reach. Hidden in the depths of Mount Nyiragongo, climbers must trek to an altitude of nearly 11,400ft to catch a glimpse of the lava lake. Nyiragongo is one of the most active volcanoes in the world, erupting on average every 30 years, according to programmer Mikhail Korostelev. (Picture by: Solent News / Splash News)

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    Police advance on demonstrators protesting the killing of teenager Michael Brown on August 17, 2014 in Ferguson, Missouri. Police shot smoke and tear gas into the crowd of several hundred as they advanced near the police command center which has been set up in a shopping mall parking lot. Brown was shot and killed by a Ferguson police officer on August 9. Despite the Brown family's continued call for peaceful demonstrations, violent protests have erupted nearly every night in Ferguson since his death. (Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images)

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    Fake elephant tusks are set alight on World Elephant Day at Blaauwberg Nature Reserve on August 12, 2014 in Cape Town, South Africa. The burn by Conservation Action Trust paid homage to the ivory burn of 1989 when the Kenyan government ignited 12 tons of seized elephant tusks in an effort to persuade the world to ban the international trade in ivory and to stop the slaughter of elephants. (Photo by Nardus Engelbrecht/Gallo Images/Getty Images)

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    A Robin Williams makeshift memorial is seen at the "Good Will Hunting" bench that he filmed at in Boston. (Picture by: David Dunleavy / Splash News)

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    Cops have captured this 12ft cat-eating python after it terrorized a Florida neighborhood. The massive reptile, weighing 120lbs, has killed and swallowed residents' pets in Port St Lucie in recent weeks and was spotted by officers hiding out in waist-high bushes on Friday. It will now be safely housed by a Florida Fish and Wildlife Commission employee. (Picture by: Splash News)

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    A floating hotel made of glass is due to be built in Norway. The whimsical structure is designed as the perfect spot to view the Northern Lights in a romantic setting. Nestled between the fjords near Tromso, the luxury 86-room accommodation will only be accessible by boat and will give splendid vistas of the Aurora Borealis from the guests' beds. The 'Krystall Snowflake' development aims to be almost completely self supporting and self-sustainable. "We call it a scarless development," said Koen Olthuis founder of the Waterstudio firm, specialists in ecological floating structures. "If you removed it after hundred years or so it would not leave any physical footprint. That is the only way to bring developments to such a precious and beautiful marine environment," added the designer who is collaborating with developers at the Dutch Docklands company. The hotel will have the usual 5 Star facilities: A spa, wellness facilities and conference rooms etc, "but the glass roofs in the rooms will be the key feature," said Olthuis. It is scheduled to open before Christmas of 2016. (Picture by: Koen Olthuis/Splash News)

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    This is the incredible moment a group of adrenaline junkies braved the world's largest urban zipline - stretching 2,000ft across a city. The daredevil base-jumpers zipped down two pull ropes attached to a 800ft building over a marina - before ascending in to parachute jump. The idea came from extreme cinematographer Devin Graham (DevinSuperTramp) - who has picked up a huge following through various social media outlets. (Picture by: SWNS / Splash News)

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    Forget cooking with gas - these ribeyes were charred to perfection in just seconds at 2,462 degrees Fahrenheit. The volcanic BBQ was the brainwave of gastro chef artists Bompas & Parr. They created luxury lava with Professor Robert Wysocki, from Syracuse University in New York, whose work in creating artificial lava flows straddles the art and science, to offer a banqueting service that puts regular charcoal-fired barbecues in the shade. (Picture by: Sam Bompas / Splash News)

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    The world's fastest street car is about to get even quicker. The Hennessey Venom GT, which set the world record speed of 270.49, is being replaced by the Venom F5 sports car. Manufacturer Hennessey says the new car will be boosted with more power and less drag and will 'eclipse' the car's current set of speed records. The car will officially be unveiled in 2015 and made available to customers in 2016. At least 30 will be made and will sell for more than the current price of $1.2m.(Picture by: Hennessey / Splash News)

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    Flowers and tributes are left to commemorate the victims of Malaysian Airlines flight MH17 at Schiphol Amsterdam Airport on August 1, 2014 in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Flight MH17 was travelling from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur when it crashed killing all 298 on board including 80 children. (Photo by Michel Porro/Getty Images)

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    This is the moment a grass snake tried to eat a frog on a golf course, but couldn't eat it 'whole in one'. Lindsey Henniker-Heaton, 68, was on the 10th hole when his friend Philip McMenamin called him over from green on the 17th. He arrived to find a three-foot grass snake trying to consume what looked like a dead frog. The golfer got his iPhone out and started to take a photo of the event when the amphibian kicked into life escaped the clutches of its reptilian rival. The battle took place at Thornbury Golf Club in South Gloucestershire, where Mr Henniker-Heaton is the seniors captain. (Picture by: SWNS / Splash News)

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    A house made from 20,000 old toothbrushes and piles of other household rubbish has been built in England. The recycled home is cleverly constructed using compressed plastic bags, discarded carpet tiles, DVD cases, VHS tapes, old jeans and other waste offcuts - making the home almost entirely eco friendly. "All the video rental shops seem to be closing down so we took all the DVD cases and VHS cassettes to use as insulation," said the architect Duncan Baker-Brown. Waste denim was added to the mix via a company that imports jeans from China and slices off the legs to make shorts. Thousands of toothbrushes were collected in just four days from a cleaning firm that empties airplanes after long-haul flights. Waste paper was then compressed to make a material "tougher than a paving stone" for flooring and carpet tiles were turned around and blowtorched for outer rendering. The fully functioning home was made as an educational project via the University of Brighton where Baker-Brown runs an undergraduate program. (Picture by: Mills/UoB/Splash News)

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    Stephen McDonagh takes part in the Irish Bog Snorkelling championship at Peatlands Park on July 27, 2014 in Dungannon, Northern Ireland. The annual event sees male and female competitors swim the 60m length of the bog watched by scores of spectators and takes place on International Bog Day. (Photo by Charles McQuillan/Getty Images)

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    An entrepreneur has created a range of candles which help to 'celebrate' the worst things in life - like a cancelled holiday or a divorce. The Flicking Candle Company names its candles after life's lows, including 'Cancelled Vacation', 'Divorce Papers' and 'Defriend'. The amusing range was produced by 28-year-old Mark Vince, who designed the candles while trying to avoid sitting down to his graduate studies.(Picture by: Solent News / Splash News)

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    Londoners walking through Potters Field Park were surprised to see a 'money tree' blooming with £9820 in £10 notes, the average amount a working British family has in savings, on July 24, 2014 in London, England. The tree was planted by Sunlife to encourage the nation to start saving at least £10 a month for a brighter future. (Photo by Tristan Fewings/Getty Images for SunLife)

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    A diver off the British coast swims next to one of the biggest barrel jellyfish filmed in UK waters. Diver Robert Lenfert spent several minutes in the sea off Pendennis Point, Cornwall next to the large rhizostoma pulmo (corr) commonly known as the barrel or dustbin-lid jellyfish. The creature is harmless to humans but their size gives them an imposing presence. Hundreds of the giant animals have been spotted in Britain's seas over the last few weeks - and although they have a sting it is only very minor. (Picture by: SWNS / Splash News)

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    A coffin containing the body of a victim of the crash of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 is loaded onto a plane for transport to the Netherlands during a departure ceremony on July 23, 2014 in Kharkiv, Ukraine. Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 was travelling from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur when it crashed killing all 298 on board including 80 children. The aircraft was allegedly shot down by a missile and investigations continue over the perpetrators of the attack. (Photo by Brendan Hoffman/Getty Images)

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    Members of the public hold candles to mourn the victims of HIV/AIDS and the victims of flight MH17 during a candlelight vigil at Federation Square on July 22, 2014 in Melbourne, Australia. At least six delegates travelling to the 20th International AIDS Conference were on board the Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 which was reportedly shot down over Eastern Ukraine. Reports that a surface-to-air missile brought the MH17 down remain unconfirmed. (Photo by Graham Denholm/Getty Images)

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    Engineer Daniel Schubert holds lettuce at the German Aerospace Center on July 21, 2014 in Bremen, Germany. Scientists and engineers from the German Aerospace Center (DLR) are developing greenhouses for a potential Mars colony. The greenhouses will contain combined life-support systems which use recycled urine to manufacture fertilizer, helping to grow vegetables for a lunar and Mars environment. The first greenhouse will be tested for nine months in 2016/17 in an inhospitable environment in the Antarctic. (Photo by David Hecker/Getty Images)

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    A view of Lake Mead in the distance behind boats in dry dock near where the Lake Mead Marina was once located on July 17, 2014 in the Lake Mead National Recreation Area, Nevada. In 2008, the marina was moved due to low water levels. Last week, North America's largest man-made reservoir dropped below 1,082 feet above sea level, the lowest it's been since the Hoover Dam was built in the 1930s. A 14-year drought in the Southwestern United States and a dwindling supply of water from the Colorado River, in part due to cuts in the reservoir's annual allocation of water from Lake Powell, has left a white 'bathtub ring' of mineral deposits left by higher water levels on the rocks around the lake as high as 130 feet. The National Park Service has been forced to close or extend boat launch ramps, and move entire marinas to try to keep up with the receding water levels. (Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images)

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    Scruff loves life in the fast lane, whether it's posing on a jet-ski, riding a speedboat or getting behind the wheel of an Aston Martin. Owner Phil Butler, from Stockport, says that like Bond, Scruff is a bit rough and ready and a magnet to the opposite sex. He's also not big on personal grooming. Phil said: "Scruff's a lovable rogue. Even women who don't like dogs can't get enough of him! He's an action dog and whatever we put him up to he does. The expression on his face on the jet-ski is 'get out of my way, I've got to get going'. He looked like he wanted to drive but if I'd let him ride the jet-ski, the animal welfare people may have had something to say, plus I couldn't afford the insurance!" Phil, a 52-year-old textiles manager for Philip Whitfield and Sons, added: "We got Scruff on a Friday before Christmas when my sister turned up with him and said he needed re-homing. By Saturday we had fallen in love with him." Four-year-old Scruff, a Yorkie-Westie cross, even has his own Facebook page where he gives a humorous take on his adventures. Phil said: "I started the page for my son who is in California doing soccer coaching for the summer. He loves Scruff and loves to keep up-to-date with what he is doing." But Phil admits Scruff is not quite as fearless as heartthrob Daniel Craig's British secret agent. He admitted: "He's not scared of much but he was chased off by a big cat once!" Phil and wife Julia have always been dog lovers. When they got married they asked for donations to Manchester's Christie cancer hospital and Manchester Dog's Home instead of wedding presents. Their other dog is called Millie and, unlike Scruff, prefers the quiet life. (Picture by: Mirrorpix / Splash News)

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    The award winning Wistow Maze opens on later this month, and for 2014 the maze has a First World War theme and will be in the shape of a Field Cannon, with the quiz trail providing interesting WW1 facts. There is a huge amount of media coverage this summer on the outbreak of WW1, and the maze theme and opening dates ties in with it brilliantly. (Picture by: Wistow/Splash News)

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    Titan-Micoperi workers make their way out to the wrecked ship Costa Concordia before the start of the refloating operations on July 14, 2014 in Isola del Giglio, Italy. On the first day of the operation the wreck will be partially refloated by 2 metres from the platforms that support it and will then be moved approximately 30 metres to the east. The wreck will be held in position by tugs and moored by anchors with steel cables. The refloating operation is expected to take up to a week before the wreck is towed to the port of Genoa for dismantling. (Photo by Laura Lezza/Getty Images)

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    An industrial robot, an installation work called 'bios [torah]' by the artist group robotlab, begins writing a Torah on July 10, 2014 in the Jewish Museum in Berlin, Germany. At the speed of a human, the robot writes a total of 304,805 Hebrew letters on an 80-meter roll of paper. The finished scroll, to be complete in January 2015, will not be considered halakhic, or meeting the requirements for use for religious purposes. The installation is part of the exhibition 'The Creation of the World' predominantly a collection of Hebrew manuscripts. (Photo by Adam Berry/Getty Images)

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    Hot air balloons fly over Igualada during an early flight as part of the European Balloon Festival on July 10, 2014 in Igualada, Spain. The early morning flight of over 30 balloons was shorter than expected due to windy weather. This flight is organised as a curtain raiser for the four-day European Balloon Festival. Now is the 18th year of the most important hot air Balloon event in Spain and one of the biggest in Europe. (Photo by David Ramos/Getty Images)

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    The results of the first part of the restoration work on the monument symbol of Rome is revealed to the public. The first two strips of arches are seen undergoing restoration. Tourists these days going to Rome will admire, at least in part, the new face of the Colosseum, the symbol of Rome and Italy all over the world. As you can see from the pictures there is now a clearly visible difference in color between the part of the monument that has been restored and the remaining one to clean up. (Picture by: Stefano Costantino / Splash News)

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    The first-ever Gatling-style water pistol, which can hold a little over 2.5 gallons of water and has a firing range of about 40 feet, was built using 55 separate parts from everyday life. For instance, a black cab's windscreen wiper provides its rotary motion and a walking pole handle makes the pump. Many of the parts were fitted together using sugru's hand moldable self-setting rubber in a test of the revolutionary product's waterproof properties. (Picture by: Solent News / Splash News)

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    Immigrant rights activist Mary Estrada (R) speaks with anti-immigration activists during a protest outside of the U.S. Border Patrol Murrieta Station on July 7, 2014 in Murrieta, California. Immigration protesters have staged rallies in front of the station for about a week in response to a wave of undocumented immigrant children caught along the U.S.-Mexico border in Texas and transported to the Murrieta facility while awaiting deportation proceedings. (Photo by Sandy Huffaker/Getty Images)

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    Revellers run with Torrestrella's fighting bulls along the Curva de Estafeta during the second day of the San Fermin Running Of The Bulls festival on July 7, 2014 in Pamplona, Spain. The annual Fiesta de San Fermin, made famous by the 1926 novel of US writer Ernest Hemmingway 'The Sun Also Rises', involves the running of the bulls through the historic heart of Pamplona. (Photo by Pablo Blazquez Dominguez/Getty Images)

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    Taxi drivers protest against a new smart phones app 'Uber' during a 24 hours strike on July 1, 2014 in Barcelona, Spain. Taxi drivers in main cities strike over unlicensed car-halling services. Drivers say that is a lack of regulation behind the new app. (Photo by David Ramos/Getty Images)
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    Crowds watch as the Battle of Bannockburn is re-enacted on June 28, 2014 in Stirling, Scotland. The 700th anniversary of the historic battle that saw the outnumbered Scots conquer the English led by Edward II in the First War of Scottish Independence. (Photo by Peter Macdiarmid/Getty Images)

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