Internet Finds·Posted on Nov 21, 2022Okay, My Dumb Little Brain Is Totally Blown After Seeing These 23 Absolutely Incredible Pictures For The First Time Last WeekWow, every single one of these is truly amazing.by Dave StoperaBuzzFeed StaffFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink 1. Just last week the world population surpassed 8 billion humans. 8 BILLION! worldometers.info 2. This, wicker chairs and all, is what the interior of a plane looked like in 1925: E. Bacon / Getty Images Actually, fun fact: This is apparently the first time an in-flight film was shown on a flight. 3. This absolute unit is the largest bird to have ever existed, Argentavis magnificens: Dick Maier / The Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County It had a 22-foot wingspan and weighed over 150 pounds. 4. And, just for good measure, this is the world's smallest bird, the bee hummingbird: Roberto Machado Noa / LightRocket via Getty Images They are "comparable in size to a bumblebee." 5. This is the Queensland Stinger, one of the world's most dangerous plants: u/mootjuggler / Via reddit.com Apparently, touching it feels like you're simultaneously "being burned by hot acid and electrocuted at the same time." Here's a closer look: Photography By Mangiwau / Getty Images If you see one of these, run. 6. This is Margaret Gorman, the woman who won the very first Miss America competition in 1921: Bettmann / Bettmann Archive 7. They sell red solo cups as "American party cups" in New Zealand: u/Ok_Truck_8792 / Via reddit.com 8. UPS drivers have special UPS socks as part of their uniform: u/lui3zach / Via reddit.com 9. This is the world's oldest surviving photograph, taken by Nicéphore Niépce in 1827: Science & Society Picture Librar / SSPL via Getty Images It's called "View from the Window at Le Gras." It's, well, a view from a window. 10. Here's what the original, un-enhanced world's oldest picture looks like today: Maksim 11. Every single letter in the alphabet appears in a least one US state...except for the letter Q: Prospective56 / Getty Images/iStockphoto No state names have a Q in them! 12. This is Maud Wagner, who is widely believed to be the first female professional tattoo artist in the US: Library Of Congress / Via loc.gov 13. Baby zebras are born with brown stripes before they eventually turn black: Martin Harvey / Getty Images 14. This boat know as "Boomin' Beaver" is apparently the smallest ship in the US Navy: u/This_Robot / Via reddit.com It's apparently used to "tow small ships and deploy underwater fences." 15. This is a screenshot of the Silk Road, the infamous black market on the dark web, before it was taken down: u/trendkilla / Via reddit.com 16. This is what the Eiffel Tower looked like as it was being built: Roger Viollet / Roger Viollet via Getty Images It was built in time for the 1889 World's Fair. 17. This is a picture from Abraham Lincoln's second inauguration in 1865. Can you spot him? Sepia Times / Sepia Times/Universal Images Group via Getty Images 18. Speaking of Lincoln, this man, Valentine Tapley, vowed in 1860 to never cut his beard again if Abraham Lincoln was elected president. Here's him in 1896: Print Collector / Getty Images He won 5th place at a World's Longest Beard competition that year. 19. And, again, just for good measure, here's Hans N. Langseth, winner of the world's longest beard competition in 1922: Bettmann / Bettmann Archive Looks...interesting. 20. This is what your sinuses look like: u/iwasuncoolonce / Via reddit.com Yep, these are the things that have caused you so much misery. 21. These are the real-life outfits doctors would wear to treat plague patients in the 1600s: General Photographic Agency / Getty Images Terrifying! 22. Sometimes, a door is so clear you need to put a sticker on it so people don't bump their little noggin on it: u/germanicunion / Via reddit.com 23. And, lastly, uh, apparently, some people can do this: u/jeepers101 / Via reddit.com Ahhhhhhh!!! Okay!