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Icelandic River Monster Mystery Solved : Discovery News

Icelandic River Monster Mystery Solved : Discovery News | e-Expeditions News | Scoop.it
A closer look at a recent video of a supposed Icelandic river monster reveals some interesting surprises.
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'Woolly Mammoth' Video a Hoax, Original Footage Proves

Last week, a new video surfaced claiming to show a live woolly mammoth — an animal scientists think has been extinct for at least four millennia — crossing a river in Russia.
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Mystery of Britain's Largest Meteorite Solved | Royal Society 'Objects in Space' Exhibition | Space Rocks & Chondrites | LiveScience

Mystery of Britain's Largest Meteorite Solved | Royal Society 'Objects in Space' Exhibition | Space Rocks & Chondrites | LiveScience | e-Expeditions News | Scoop.it
Britain's largest meteorite likely came from a Druid burial chamber near Stonehenge, says the curator of a new Royal Society exhibition on the history of space rocks called "Objects in Space."...
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Northern Lights captured from space

Northern Lights captured from space | e-Expeditions News | Scoop.it
The first 'moving' images of the Northern lights, or Aurora Borealis, as seen from Space have been released by NASA, after they harnessed a new time-lapse photographic technique.
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49-foot python captured in Indonesia

49-foot python captured in Indonesia | e-Expeditions News | Scoop.it
Indonesian villagers claim to have captured a python that is almost 49 feet long and weighs nearly 990 pounds, a local official said. If confirmed, it would be the largest snake ever kept in captivity.
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Göbekli Tepe: Older Than Stonehenge, Pyramids, Anything | TalkingSkull.com

Göbekli Tepe: Older Than Stonehenge, Pyramids, Anything | TalkingSkull.com | e-Expeditions News | Scoop.it
When people think of ancient temples, they often think of Stonehenge, which most archaeologists agree was built about 5,000 years ago.
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PlayStation Vita review

PlayStation Vita review | e-Expeditions News | Scoop.it
Look familiar? It should: that's the PlayStation Vita, Sony's up-and-coming challenger to the mobile gaming throne.
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Saga of the Northwest Passage - Archaeology Magazine

Discovering evidence of an ill-fated mission in the frigid waters of the Arctic...
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The week in pictures: February 4–10, 2012 - Astronomy Magazine

The week in pictures: February 4–10, 2012 - Astronomy Magazine | e-Expeditions News | Scoop.it
Astronomy.com is for anyone who wants to learn more about astronomy events, cosmology, planets, galaxies, asteroids, astrophotography, the Big Bang, black holes, comets, constellations, eclipses, exoplanets, nebulae, meteors, quasars, observing,...
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Prehistoric "Shield"-Headed Croc Found

Prehistoric "Shield"-Headed Croc Found | e-Expeditions News | Scoop.it
A fossil croc sporting an odd head "shield" has been found in Morocco, paleontologists say.
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State of Play: The World's Most Amazing Playgrounds | Popular Science

State of Play: The World's Most Amazing Playgrounds | Popular Science | e-Expeditions News | Scoop.it
Architecture and design firms are remaking the playground in ways you'd never expect...
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The Mind-Boggling Story of the Galactic Wonder That Didn't Exist When We Saw It

The Mind-Boggling Story of the Galactic Wonder That Didn't Exist When We Saw It | e-Expeditions News | Scoop.it
In 1995, the world was astonished by the image of a group of 4-light-year-tall columns located in the Eagle Nebula, 7,000 light years from here. So unimaginable it was that someone called them the Pillars of Creation.
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Butterfly Glider Takes to the Skies : Discovery News

Butterfly Glider Takes to the Skies : Discovery News | e-Expeditions News | Scoop.it
The Philippine International Hot Air Balloon Fiesta drew thousands of foreign and local tourists from around the world.
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Tesla unveils electric 'winged' car

Tesla unveils electric 'winged' car | e-Expeditions News | Scoop.it
View Tesla unveils electric 'winged' car pictures on Yahoo! News. See Tesla unveils electric 'winged' car photos and find more pictures in our photo galleries.
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Photographer Captures Worlds in a Drop of Water | Markus Reugels & High-Speed Photography | Water Droplet Photography & Art | LiveScience

Photographer Captures Worlds in a Drop of Water | Markus Reugels & High-Speed Photography | Water Droplet Photography & Art | LiveScience | e-Expeditions News | Scoop.it
German photographer Markus Reugels captures amazing photographs of worlds reflected in droplets of water.
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Seabreacher X Demo |

The Seabreacher: The ultimate diving machine with all the speed and manueverability of a dolphin--right down to aerial tricks! Click for a video.

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Fresh Pics: The Most Beautiful Bridges in the World

Fresh Pics: The Most Beautiful Bridges in the World | e-Expeditions News | Scoop.it

The Most Beautiful Bridges in the World

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20 Common Grammar Mistakes That (Almost) Everyone Makes | LitReactor

20 Common Grammar Mistakes That (Almost) Everyone Makes | LitReactor | e-Expeditions News | Scoop.it

20 Common Grammar Mistakes That (Almost) Everyone Makes | LitReactor

 

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Anthony Horowitz's Antarctica - Telegraph

Anthony Horowitz's Antarctica - Telegraph | e-Expeditions News | Scoop.it
Research for his latest novel took Anthony Horowitz deep into the Antarctic
Circle to immerse himself in one of the last great wildernesses on earth.
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Archaeologists Use a Hacked Kinect To Create 3-D Scans of Dig Sites | Popular Science

Archaeologists Use a Hacked Kinect To Create 3-D Scans of Dig Sites | Popular Science | e-Expeditions News | Scoop.it
The future of digging...
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Two Aussies Reach South Pole Unaided : Discovery News

Two Aussies Reach South Pole Unaided : Discovery News | e-Expeditions News | Scoop.it
The two men skied 1,400 miles to the pole without the help of sails or air drops.
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Threshold broken for tiny lasers

Threshold broken for tiny lasers | e-Expeditions News | Scoop.it
Researchers build efficient lasers just 100 billionths of a metre across that may be used to make faster computer chips in the future.
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Black Hole in Milky Way Seen Snacking on Asteroids?

Black Hole in Milky Way Seen Snacking on Asteroids? | e-Expeditions News | Scoop.it
An ongoing rocky buffet would explain bright x-ray flares seen around our galaxy's supermassive black hole since 1999, astronomers say.
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Acrylic fractal art made by bombarding slabs of plastic in a particle accelerator - Boing Boing

Acrylic fractal art made by bombarding slabs of plastic in a particle accelerator - Boing Boing | e-Expeditions News | Scoop.it

Todd Johnson's Shockfossils are "multimillion volt Lichtenberg figures in acrylic." He masks acrylic slabs with lead and then rents time on a commercial particle accelerator and the result are beautiful, fern-like fractals.

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