23 Pictures That Proof Things Are So Much Better When Cut In Half

Posted by Sumaiya Ghani in Funny On 7th July 2021
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We know things as a whole, sadly, we never got to know how interesting things can be when cut in half. Did you ever think a cross-section of an F1 cockpit would look even better than the cockpit itself? We didn't have any idea and these pictures continue to surprise us as we scroll further.

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#1 Guess what? This is a piece of white oak that has fossilized

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#2 Beautiful Rhodochrosite Stalactites

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#3 This right here is the deepest swimming pool in the world at 131-feet deep

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#4 This has changed the way I see the light bulbs

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#5 That's how the engine timing system of an Audi B7 S4 looks in half

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#6 Breathtaking view of a shark graffiti found in San Jose, CA

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#7 Maine man cuts garage in half over a land dispute

That is pure art.

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#8 Bullet wound vs shrapnel wound

This made me flinch in pain.

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#9 We are loving the cross-section of an F1 cockpit

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#10 Cross Section of a Pine Needle

You can thank us later.

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#11 Amazon Echo cut in half

#12 Jet Engine

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#13 Roman toilet.

We know you didn't know you needed this information until today.

#14 This is a commercial underground 'Ice House' used to store 300 tonnes of frozen water to supply hospitals and pubs in Georgian London

#15 Amazing view of the cross-section of a medieval ship that plied the Mediterranean

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#16 Traditional semisubterranean dwelling of the North American Arctic and subarctic peoples

#17 Now you can flex you saw the cross-section of a metal 3D-printed rocket engine

#18 Bus modified for a zombie apocalypse

That is scary but okay.

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#19 Snow shelter

#20 Bomb shelter, accessible via a “detox pool”. It was built in 1953 as part of what Popular Mechanics described as the “House For the Atomic Age.”

#21 Cross-section of a container ship

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#22 Iron Giant cutaway (Shane Molina)

#23 This is what we call perfect

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