Enlighten Your Office With A Desktop Museum

Need a little culture while you work? Consider this:

You're looking at a " Mini Museum," a collection of artifacts from the depths of the ocean, the edges of the solar system, the earth's prehistory, and more. The second edition includes authenticated fragments of an asteroid belt, a Stegosaurus plate, mammoth meat, medieval chain mail, the Golden Gate Bridge, an Olympic torch and more.

The concept was invented by Hans Fex, an ardent collector who wants to share his passion for collecting through Kickstarter.

For a guided tour of the second Mini Museum, check out this video:

h/t Mental Floss


Our galaxy will seem a lot smaller in the near future as space tourism emerges as a new sector in the travel industry. But as companies begin booking passengers for extra-terrestrial flights, they will also have to sort out what you can and can't legally do in outer space - whether that involves mining gold from an asteroid or smoking a joint on the moon. That's where experts like Frans von der Dunk come in.

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