This is stunning. The only total solar eclipse for 2016 is happening right this minute, visible in person from Northern Australia, parts of Indonesia (including Borneo, Sumatra, and Sulawesi) and from a few other locations in the Pacific (including Hawaii). If you aren't lucky enough to be in these parts of the world you can watch it happen here:
Watch Today's Total Solar Eclipse Live And Online
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Five years ago, I threw away a hard drive. An utterly generic 250GB portable hard drive, already a few years old, with a couple of dings and scratches in its shell and with the beginnings of an audible click that would have eventually killed it. It had a data file containing 1400 Bitcoin on it. No big deal, at the time. Today, those few kilobytes are worth more than four million dollars.
You can't make this s*^& up. Or can you?