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18 Billion Suns: Biggest Black Hole in the Known Universe...
Watch this incredibly rare footage of the earth opening...
Fabulous rendering of the Indian Ocean at Maldives through...
Colorful and Playful Photos by Kelly Nicolaisen
Stanford scientists develop water splitter that runs on...
A used shipping container cast about $2K, after that it's...
UNH ocean scientists shed new light on Mariana Trench
Cordless Earbuds That Charge In Your Pocket
When a designer has fun imagining the worst possible user...
Buy your own six-acre Caribbean island paradise for just...
The six-acre island in the Bahamas can be snapped up for just £360,000 - the same price as an ex-council flat in London.
The 10 biggest breakthroughs in physics over the past 25...
9 Hottest Female Surfers
9 Hottest Female Surfers
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The History of Data Storage
18 Things You've Simply Never Seen. Slow Motion Popcorn...
Great Lakes Currents Map
THE GIRLS OF SURFING XII
Dynamic maps of sea level rise. Does global warming matter to you?
Heat Maps Show the Surprising Musical Preferences of the...
This Prototype Hoverbike Could Land In A Year!
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9 Things You Won't See on Display at the American Museum...
The Amazing Miniature World of Snails Captured By Vyacheslav...
Natural air conditioner cools with the power of terracotta...
German student builds electromagnetic harvester to recharge...
Dennis Siegel, a student at the University of the Arts in Bremen, Germany has built what he calls an electromagnetic harvester—it converts electromagnetic fields in the immediate environment into electricity to recharge a common AA battery. He's won ...
Diamonds.net - 10 Billion Trillion Trillion Carat Diamond...
(Rapaportâ¦February 16, 2004) The Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics has announced the discovery of a mass of crystallized carbon formerly known as star BPM 37093, now known as the biggest diamond in the galaxy, fifty light years away from ...
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3/30/2014 -- Urgent Earthquake Watch -- Yellowstone , Southern...
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Major new dwarf planet discovered
Scientists Found an Unknown Structure in the Empty Regions...
Time of travel in the 1800s
13 World Mysteries Without Explanation
Mucky diamond reveals Earth's secret water source
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15 Shipping Containers Turned Into Designer Homes
Tenn. woman's chilling confession: I stabbed my ‘antichrist'...
Shiny And New: World's Largest Solar Plant Opens In California...
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two surfers contemplate their paddle out on Vancouver Island, BC
The sun only lines up like this twice per year.
India Announces Plans For World's Largest Solar Plant
India has pledged to build the world's most powerful solar plant. With a nominal capacity of 4,000 megawatts, comparable to that of four full-size nuclear reactors, the ‘ultra mega' project will be more than ten times larger than any othe...
X-rays reveal chemical link between birds and dinosaurs
1X - On the field`s appeal by Pawel Kucharski
The Burger Force - The Eight Largest U.S. Burger Chains
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Self Powered Solar Box Furnace
(C) G. Forrest Cook 2002
The Milky Way's Monster Black Hole Awakes! Fired Out a Massive...
Astronomers have long wondered why it was that the super-massive black hole in the center of our galaxy was relatively quiet. Known as Sagittarius A*, a massive hole, containing about 4 million times the mass of our Sun. Yet, despite...
Appalachian Trail Planner
The Appalachian Trail covers almost 2200 miles, passes through parts of 14 states and includes more than 90 miles of elevation change over its full course. A typical thru hike requires 4-6 months of continuous walking and 30 or 40 stops for resupply.
1X - In The Middle Of The Snow by Joni Niemel&
1x is an online photo gallery and social network. What makes 1x different is that every photo displayed has been hand picked by a curator.
Grinding Hole - Earth Science Picture of the Day
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20 Most Influential Scientists Alive Today
20 Most Influential Scientists Alive Today - Share Scientists are perhaps the most influential people in the world today. They are responsible not only for the great practical advances in medicine an...
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The Oxygen Bandit | Searching the world for stupidity!
Kinda freaks me out!
BoredStop.com - World's Shortest International Bridge
the zavikon islands…
Look at these amazing minimalist Lego versions of ‘Star...
The r/lego subreddit is doing some pretty cool stuff.