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Adirondack Daily Enterprise
A work in progressArtist Tim Fortune, the Saranac Lake native largely responsible for sparking hi
A work in progress
Adirondack Daily Enterprise / Posted 25 minutes ago
Artist Tim Fortune, the Saranac Lake native largely responsible for sparking his hometown's art scene, began working on the project Aug. 17. Fortune, whose work often features rocks and water, plans to transport visitors into a clear Adirondack pond,... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Lundin - Standing Stones in Women's Golf SpaceWhile in Scotland for the Open Championship, Olawale Ajimotokan visited the Bro
Lundin - Standing Stones in Women's Golf Space
AllAfrica.com / Posted 8 hours ago
While in Scotland for the Open Championship, Olawale Ajimotokan visited the Bronze Age megaliths- The Standing Stones- that mount sentry on the fairway of the Lundin Ladies Golf Club in Fife County. His report chronicles the evidence of activities of... Read more
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DNA Info
'Peace Wall' Mural in Hamilton Heights Park Restored By Tile ArtistsHAMILTON HEIGHTS — Tile by tile, a local art nonprofit has been restoring a dec
'Peace Wall' Mural in Hamilton Heights Park Restored By Tile Artists
DNA Info / Posted 2 days ago
HAMILTON HEIGHTS — Tile by tile, a local art nonprofit has been restoring a decade-old mosaic at a playground on 138th Street and Amsterdam Avenue. The mural, “Peace Wall,” transformed Jacob H. Schiff Playground when it was completed in 2005, said... Read more
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International Business Times
Kazakhstan geoglyphs: Solving the mystery of the huge structures created by ancient unknown civilization Last year it was announced that 50 huge sprawling geoglyphs had been discovered
Kazakhstan geoglyphs: Solving the mystery of the huge structures created by ancient unknown civilization
International Business Times / Posted 2 days ago
Last year it was announced that 50 huge sprawling geoglyphs had been discovered in Kazakhstan by archaeologists surveying Google Earth, but since then there has been little information about how, when and why they were built. That is why Pittsburgh... Read more
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Guardian Unlimited
Foamhenge, Stonehenge's unholy twin, guards its mystery in byways of VirginiaI have been driving up and down the same stretch of Virginia’s two-lane Highway
Foamhenge, Stonehenge's unholy twin, guards its mystery in byways of Virginia
Guardian Unlimited / Posted 4 days ago
I have been driving up and down the same stretch of Virginia’s two-lane Highway 11 for almost an hour, and still I have not found Foamhenge. There are no signs for this place. There is no parking lot. I think that maybe it has been torn down, or I’m... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
NBN will provide 'plenty of bandwidth' in rural areas: TurnbullNBN will provide 'plenty of bandwidth' for rural customers fed up with congeste
NBN will provide 'plenty of bandwidth' in rural areas: Turnbull
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 4 days ago
NBN will provide 'plenty of bandwidth' for rural customers fed up with congested service, Turnbull says Photo: Malcolm Turnbull admits the ISS does not offer isolated communities like Birdsville "the greatest connectivity". (ABC: David Lewis) The... Read more
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Perth Now
Fry July: Hottest in 4000 yearsCLIMATE change is real. Climate change is happening. The world is getting warme
Fry July: Hottest in 4000 years
Perth Now / Posted 7 days ago
CLIMATE change is real. Climate change is happening. The world is getting warmer. There was no global pause. This thing is not slowing down. These are the inescapable conclusions for anyone who sources their information beyond cereal boxes, internet... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Claudia Winkleman on Strictly, family and that fringeSo off she went to New Hall (at this she rolls her eyes, to imply that it is on
Claudia Winkleman on Strictly, family and that fringe
Daily Telegraph / Posted 7 days ago
So off she went to New Hall (at this she rolls her eyes, to imply that it is one of the less academic colleges at Cambridge, as if such a thing actually exists), “and I went on the first [archaeology] trip, to somewhere near Stonehenge, and this old,... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Fry July: Hottest in 4000 yearsCLIMATE change is real. Climate change is happening. The world is getting warme
Fry July: Hottest in 4000 years
Adelaide Now / Posted 7 days ago
CLIMATE change is real. Climate change is happening. The world is getting warmer. There was no global pause. This thing is not slowing down. These are the inescapable conclusions for anyone who sources their information beyond cereal boxes, internet... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Fry July: Hottest in 4000 yearsClimate change: July 2015 the hottest month in 4,000 years? | DailyTelegraph S
Fry July: Hottest in 4000 years
Daily Telegraph / Posted 7 days ago
Climate change: July 2015 the hottest month in 4,000 years? | DailyTelegraph SearchUse keywords to search content on QuestNews website SearchUse keywords to search content on QuestNews website Three Firefighters Killed as Washington State Fires... Read more
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Op-Ed News
A Book of Answers about American pre-historyThis book, entitled 1491, is one of a trilogy of books penned by Charles Mann.
A Book of Answers about American pre-history
Op-Ed News / Posted 8 days ago
This book, entitled 1491, is one of a trilogy of books penned by Charles Mann. The books bracket 1492, the fateful year of "discovery." This book tells the story of what happened that year, the year before the European invasion. It is a revealing... Read more
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News.com.au
July was the hottest month in 100 years, and possibly 4,000 years, scientists sayEnvironment July could have been the hottest month in 4,000 years, climate sci
July was the hottest month in 100 years, and possibly 4,000 years, scientists say
News.com.au / Posted 8 days ago
Environment July could have been the hottest month in 4,000 years, climate scientists say Three Firefighters Killed as Washington State Fires Spread 0:51 Three firefighters were killed and four were injured in Washington state on Wednesday, as... Read more
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Perth Now
Fry July: Hottest in 4,000 yearsCLIMATE change is real. Climate change is happening. The world is getting warme
Fry July: Hottest in 4,000 years
Perth Now / Posted 8 days ago
CLIMATE change is real. Climate change is happening. The world is getting warmer. There was no global pause. This thing is not slowing down. These are the inescapable conclusions for anyone who sources their information beyond cereal boxes, internet... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Hopes Victoria's hidden treasure Budj Bim will get World Heritage listingOlder than the Pyramids: Photo: The remains of stone traps used to capture ee
Hopes Victoria's hidden treasure Budj Bim will get World Heritage listing
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 8 days ago
Older than the Pyramids: Photo: The remains of stone traps used to capture eels at Budj Bim, in western Victoria in August 2015. The local Aboriginal community is seeking... Read more
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Games Radar
How to enjoy Everybody's Gone to the Rapture: a real Englishman explainsLet’s start with a test. Try pronouncing the following English place names: Lou
How to enjoy Everybody's Gone to the Rapture: a real Englishman explains
Games Radar / Posted 8 days ago
Let’s start with a test. Try pronouncing the following English place names: Loughborough, Bicester, Belvoir, Cholmondeley. If you got all four right without cheating, congratulations! Albion welcomes you, the gods of Tweed and Gingham approve, Gog... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
The "Boulder House" in Arizona is an archaeological wonderWhen nature lovers Sunnie and Bill Empie decided to return to their native Ariz
The "Boulder House" in Arizona is an archaeological wonder
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 8 days ago
When nature lovers Sunnie and Bill Empie decided to return to their native Arizona, they chose a rugged plot of land in the upper Sonoran Desert as their home. The parcel, a curious "pile of rocks," as it was described in a for-sale-by-owner ad,... Read more
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metro
Why on earth did a load of fridges suddenly appear outside this chippy? There’s a bit of a mystery in the town of Maidstone that involves old fridges
Why on earth did a load of fridges suddenly appear outside this chippy?
metro / Posted 8 days ago
There’s a bit of a mystery in the town of Maidstone that involves old fridges. The latest prank/attack saw a wall of 20 of them piled up outside a fish and chip shop in the... Read more
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Gloucester-Mathews Gazette-Journal
GVFR personnel to the rescueOn the afternoon of Aug. 14, two of my three rescue Dalmatians got out of the f
GVFR personnel to the rescue
Gloucester-Mathews Gazette-Journal / Posted 9 days ago
On the afternoon of Aug. 14, two of my three rescue Dalmatians got out of the fence without me knowing and decided to take a trip of exploration throughout the neighborhood. Now keep in mind that this occurred between 3:30 and 3:45. After a few... Read more
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Daily Mail
Why you will never, EVER see the Queen fidget: She was taught to sit still for hours as a little girl - and her only reward
Why you will never, EVER see the Queen fidget
Daily Mail / Posted 10 days ago
: She was taught to sit still for hours as a little girl - and her only reward was a biscuit! Tantalising secrets of a childhood as strict as it was bizarre The then Princess Elizabeth in a production of... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Benefits of Presidential TripsPresident Lungu said because of this image building gain, he would not bow to p
Benefits of Presidential Trips
AllAfrica.com / Posted 11 days ago
President Lungu said because of this image building gain, he would not bow to pressure from critics who were demanding that he reduces on foreign travel. True to the President's stance, we feel what critics of presidential trips fail to realise is... Read more
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Mashable
17 roadside attractions to take your Instagram photos to the next levelImage: Carol M. Highsmith, Corbis Looking for something more interesting than
17 roadside attractions to take your Instagram photos to the next level
Mashable / Posted 13 days ago
Image: Carol M. Highsmith, Corbis Looking for something more interesting than your dinner plate to post on Instagram? Why not take a road trip and snap some shots of America's weirdest roadside attractions? You can even pick up some strange and... Read more
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Isle of Wight County Press
Remaking past good as gold?Lincoln jeweller Raymond ffoulkes must be very pleased with himself. He is the
Remaking past good as gold?
Isle of Wight County Press / Posted 13 days ago
Lincoln jeweller Raymond ffoulkes must be very pleased with himself. He is the entrepreneur who bought a hoard of Celtic ingots that had been found on the Island in 2009. The 2,000-year-old cache was declared treasure trove and consequently offered... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
Stonehenge of the sea found underwater off coast of Sicily; twice as old as England's StonehengeTo trace the origins of civilization around the Mediterranean Sea, it's necessa
Stonehenge of the sea found underwater off coast of Sicily; twice as old as England's Stonehenge
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 14 days ago
To trace the origins of civilization around the Mediterranean Sea, it's necessary to look underwater. That's a major conclusion of scientists who have studied a huge stone structure that lies submerged off the coast of Sicily. Older and bigger than... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Boy on road to recovery after being run over by 4WDRusty Gielis on road to recovery after being accidentally run over by mother in
Boy on road to recovery after being run over by 4WD
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 14 days ago
Rusty Gielis on road to recovery after being accidentally run over by mother in 4WD in outback Queensland Photo: Physiotherapist Justin Griffiths, Kim Anderson and her son Rusty Gielis months on from the accident that left the seven-year-old in... Read more
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Houston Chronicle
Stonehenge of the sea found underwater off coast of Sicily; twice as old as England's StonehengeTo trace the origins of civilization around the Mediterranean Sea, it's necessa
Stonehenge of the sea found underwater off coast of Sicily; twice as old as England's Stonehenge
Houston Chronicle / Posted 14 days ago
To trace the origins of civilization around the Mediterranean Sea, it's necessary to look underwater. That's a major conclusion of scientists who have studied a huge stone structure that lies submerged off the coast of Sicily. Older and bigger than... Read more
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West Moreland Gazette
Tourists flock to Lakes - despite the rainy weatherDESPITE a summer with little sun, tourist numbers in the Lake District appear t
Tourists flock to Lakes - despite the rainy weather
West Moreland Gazette / Posted 14 days ago
DESPITE a summer with little sun, tourist numbers in the Lake District appear to be showing no signs of dropping. The latest results from the Great Britain Tourism Survey (GBTS), published by VisitEngland, revealed a record breaking performance for... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Binisafúller, Menorca: Secret SeasideBeing somewhere this far from beach bars, buffets and karaoke clubs does, howev
Binisafúller, Menorca: Secret Seaside
Daily Telegraph / Posted 15 days ago
Being somewhere this far from beach bars, buffets and karaoke clubs does, however, mean that you’ll want to bring your own supplies, particularly if you’re coming with children. If you do suddenly find yourself in need of an emergency sun hat,... Read more
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International Business Times
Perseid meteor shower 2015: How to photograph the annual shooting star display The annual Perseid meteor shower is turning out to be particularly dazzling thi
Perseid meteor shower 2015: How to photograph the annual shooting star display
International Business Times / Posted 16 days ago
The annual Perseid meteor shower is turning out to be particularly dazzling this year, as the waning crescent moon means the night sky is dark. The annual shooting star display peaks between 11 and 14 August, with most meteors visible between... Read more
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Guardian Unlimited
Google's hooli.xyz Easter egg proves Silicon Valley is tech's own Spinal TapIt is not often that mega-corporations show signs of cuteness or self-deprecati
Google's hooli.xyz Easter egg proves Silicon Valley is tech's own Spinal Tap
Guardian Unlimited / Posted 17 days ago
It is not often that mega-corporations show signs of cuteness or self-deprecation, but one such moment occurred recently when Larry Page, the co-founder of Google, penned his announcement for Alphabet, Google’s new parent company. You would have to... Read more
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The Huffington Post
Mysterious 'Stonehenge' Monolith Found Off Sicily's Coast"Considering its shape and length, it can be called a Stonehenge-type monolith,
Mysterious 'Stonehenge' Monolith Found Off Sicily's Coast
The Huffington Post / Posted 17 days ago
"Considering its shape and length, it can be called a Stonehenge-type monolith, but its age is remarkably older," Dr. Emanuele Lodolo, a marine geophysicist at the National Institute of Oceanography and Experimental Geophysics in Trieste, Italy and... Read more
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CBS 6 Richmond
Wegmans is hiring and training 200 full-time employees for Midlothian storeCHESTERFIELD COUNTY, Va. – Wegmans is now hiring and training full-time employe
Wegmans is hiring and training 200 full-time employees for Midlothian store
CBS 6 Richmond / Posted 17 days ago
CHESTERFIELD COUNTY, Va. – Wegmans is now hiring and training full-time employees for it’s Midlothian store, opening spring 2016. Available positions include everything from entry-level management to customer service, culinary, and restaurant... Read more
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Daily Mail
Has Queen Nefertiti's burial chamber been found?Has Queen Nefertiti been found? Scientist claims to have discovered a secret do
Has Queen Nefertiti's burial chamber been found?
Daily Mail / Posted 18 days ago
Has Queen Nefertiti been found? Scientist claims to have discovered a secret door to her burial chamber in Tutankhamun's tomb Radical claim made by Dr Nicholas Reeves at the University of Arizona He analysed high-resolution scans of the walls of... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Indigenous memory technology used to explain Stonehenge Castlemaine science writer and Honorary Visiting Research Fellow at La Trobe
Indigenous memory technology used to explain Stonehenge
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 18 days ago
Castlemaine science writer and Honorary Visiting Research Fellow at La Trobe University Dr Lynne Kelly says she has uncovered the true meaning of famous archaeological sites including... Read more
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Daily Mail
What happened to the lost colonists of Roanoke? Archaeologists uncover new clues to 400-year-old mystery Researchers are expe
What happened to the lost colonists of Roanoke?
Daily Mail / Posted 18 days ago
Archaeologists uncover new clues to 400-year-old mystery Researchers are expected to reveal their findings in detail tomorrow One has been excavating Hatteras Island, 50 miles from original... Read more
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NBC 12 Richmond
Work begins on Wegman's in Henrico's West EndConstruction of the new Wegmans grocery store in Short Pump is officially under
Work begins on Wegman's in Henrico's West End
NBC 12 Richmond / Posted 18 days ago
Construction of the new Wegmans grocery store in Short Pump is officially underway, according to the group behind the project. Construction begins Monday at West Broad Marketplace for the new store near the corner of West Broad Street and North... Read more
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Northumberland Today
Local voices were on special European tourOne hundred years ago in February 1915, the first contingent of the Canadian Ex
Local voices were on special European tour
Northumberland Today / Posted 18 days ago
One hundred years ago in February 1915, the first contingent of the Canadian Expeditionary Force landed in France, after training in England. Many did not see home again. The North Lakeshore Chorus travelled to Europe between June 27 and July 11 to... Read more
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redOrbit
'Underwater Stonehenge' discovered off Italy's coastAn unusual monolith reminiscent of Stonehenge has been discovered in the waters
'Underwater Stonehenge' discovered off Italy's coast
redOrbit / Posted 18 days ago
An unusual monolith reminiscent of Stonehenge has been discovered in the waters off the coast of Sicily, and the archaeologists responsible for the find believe features carved into the 10,000-year-old pillar indicate that it was almost certainly man... Read more
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Daily Mail
Bugatti's WW2 super plane will make maiden flight in a few weeks timeThe Blue Dream will finally fly! Beautiful Bugatti plane designed 75 years ago
Bugatti's WW2 super plane will make maiden flight in a few weeks time
Daily Mail / Posted 18 days ago
The Blue Dream will finally fly! Beautiful Bugatti plane designed 75 years ago is just weeks away from its maiden flight Replica Bugatti 100P has completed engine tests and will fly in weeks Plane has been created by Scottish and US engineers based... Read more
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Daily Mail
Today astronauts will eat food grown in space for the first time everIt's harvest time in SPACE: Astronauts to eat vegetables grown on the ISS for t
Today astronauts will eat food grown in space for the first time ever
Daily Mail / Posted 18 days ago
It's harvest time in SPACE: Astronauts to eat vegetables grown on the ISS for the first time today in crucial step towards Mars mission A crop of lettuce has been harvested from the ISS plant growth system Half of the crop will be eaten and half... Read more
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Daily Mail
Underwater 'Stonehenge' monolith found in the Mediterranean SeaUnderwater Stonehenge-style rock found in the Mediterranean Sea: Monolith may h
Underwater 'Stonehenge' monolith found in the Mediterranean Sea
Daily Mail / Posted 18 days ago
Underwater Stonehenge-style rock found in the Mediterranean Sea: Monolith may have served as a 'lighthouse' 10,000 years ago Mysterious monolith was found 37 miles (60km) off the coast of Sicily 15-tonne rock is broken into two and has three... Read more
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Newser
You've Heard of Goliath. Archaeologists Just Found the Gate to His Town– Intriguing archaeological finds highlight the week's list of discoveries: An
You've Heard of Goliath. Archaeologists Just Found the Gate to His Town
Newser / Posted 20 days ago
– Intriguing archaeological finds highlight the week's list of discoveries: Ancient Mystery Monolith Found Off Sicily's Coast: Archaeologists have made quite the find off the coast of Sicily: a monolith that dates back about 10,000 years. It's... Read more
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Perth Now
Fascinating new Stonehenge theoryAPPARENTLY, we’ve all been thinking about Stonehenge the wrong way. Julian Spa
Fascinating new Stonehenge theory
Perth Now / Posted 21 days ago
APPARENTLY, we’ve all been thinking about Stonehenge the wrong way. Julian Spalding, a prominent art critic and former museum curator, has outlined an intriguingly original theory about the ancient construction in his new book Realisation: From... Read more
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Newser
Archaeologists Find a Mystery Monolith Under the Sea. It Would Have Stood 40 Feet Tall– Archaeologists have made quite the find off the coast of Sicily: a monolith t
Archaeologists Find a Mystery Monolith Under the Sea. It Would Have Stood 40 Feet Tall
Newser / Posted 21 days ago
– Archaeologists have made quite the find off the coast of Sicily: a monolith that dates back about 10,000 years. It's broken in two now and on its side, but the block would have stood nearly 40 feet tall in its heyday, before a massive flood... Read more
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WBKO Bowling Green
John Paul Shobe III Pleads Guilty to MurderBOWLING GREEN, Ky. (WBKO) - A man charged with murdering Harold Dean Johnson,
John Paul Shobe III Pleads Guilty to Murder
WBKO Bowling Green / Posted 21 days ago
BOWLING GREEN, Ky. (WBKO) - A man charged with murdering Harold Dean Johnson, 51, at a Bowling Green Domino's pleads guilty nearly two years after the crime. According to the Warren Circuit Court Clerk's Office, John Paul Shobe III, pleaded guilty... Read more
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Newser
You've Heard of Stonehenge. This Massive Site Just Miles Away May Put It to Shame– You think Stonehenge is impressive? Archaeologists in Britain are excavating
You've Heard of Stonehenge. This Massive Site Just Miles Away May Put It to Shame
Newser / Posted 21 days ago
– You think Stonehenge is impressive? Archaeologists in Britain are excavating a monument ten times larger than the iconic structure, though it appears to the naked eye to be little more than farmland. A henge is a circular earthwork, and the one in... Read more
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The North West Star
Variety bash roars into IsaAFTER four days and 3500 kilometres on the dusty roads of the Outback, the 2013
Variety bash roars into Isa
The North West Star / Posted 22 days ago
AFTER four days and 3500 kilometres on the dusty roads of the Outback, the 2013 XXXX Gold 'Sun, Saddles and Surf' Variety Bash convoy is ready to roar into Mount Isa. Raising money for Queensland's sick, disadvantaged and special needs kids, the 400... Read more
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International Business Times
Underwater Stonehenge: Huge monument made by ancient civilisation discovered off coast of Sicily Archaeologists have discovered what they believe is the remains of a massive ma
Underwater Stonehenge: Huge monument made by ancient civilisation discovered off coast of Sicily
International Business Times / Posted 23 days ago
Archaeologists have discovered what they believe is the remains of a massive man-made monument built by an ancient civilisation that serves a similar, mysterious, purpose to Stonehenge. A report published in Science Direct details how a... Read more
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hcam.tv
HHS Top of the Hill Class of 2015The Hopkinton High School Top of the Hill Program honors alumni for their excep
HHS Top of the Hill Class of 2015
hcam.tv / Posted 23 days ago
The Hopkinton High School Top of the Hill Program honors alumni for their exceptional achievements and contributions to society. This program is brought to you by The Hopkinton Parent Teacher Association, The Hopkinton Education Foundation, and the... Read more
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Daily Mail
Were the ancient Irish the first to record an ECLIPSE? 5,000-year-old drawings in mysterious cairn depict celestial event 'Cairn L'
Were the ancient Irish the first to record an ECLIPSE?
Daily Mail / Posted 23 days ago
5,000-year-old drawings in mysterious cairn depict celestial event 'Cairn L' lies outside Lells in County Meath, Ireland among Neolithic ruins It's home to the geometric carving that may show... Read more
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Newser
The Paperwork Never Stops: Buzz Aldrin Filed Expense Report Upon His Return From Moon– After the Apollo 11 crew got done taking their steps and leaps on the moon, t
The Paperwork Never Stops: Buzz Aldrin Filed Expense Report Upon His Return From Moon
Newser / Posted 24 days ago
– After the Apollo 11 crew got done taking their steps and leaps on the moon, they had a few hoops to jump through back on Earth—specifically, customs and a 21-day quarantine to be sure they weren't carrying any unknown pathogens. This and more is... Read more
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