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It's Official: Stonehenge Stones Were Moved 160 Miles

It's Official: Stonehenge Stones Were Moved 160 Miles | e-Expeditions News | Scoop.it
Some of the volcanic bluestones in the inner ring of Stonehenge match an outcrop in Wales 160 miles from the site, geologists show.
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Our Sun May Have Been Bigger Long Ago

Standard models predict that our sun was much dimmer in its youth, but devising a way to keep the early Earth from freezing over has not been easy for climate modelers.
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Incredible Wooden Chip Artwork by Sergey Bobkov – DesignSwan.com

Incredible Wooden Chip Artwork by Sergey Bobkov – DesignSwan.com | e-Expeditions News | Scoop.it
Without reading our title, can you guess what these animal sculptures are made of? Look at those furry-looking animal sculptures, it is still hard for us to believe they are actually made of Wooden Chip.
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BURNINATE!: Kid Makes Backyard Death-Ray Out Of Satellite Dish And Ton Of Little Mirrors | Geekologie - Gadgets, Gizmos, and Awesome

BURNINATE!: Kid Makes Backyard Death-Ray Out Of Satellite Dish And Ton Of Little Mirrors | Geekologie - Gadgets, Gizmos, and Awesome | e-Expeditions News | Scoop.it

BURNINATE!: Kid Makes Backyard Death-Ray Out Of Satellite Dish And Ton Of Little Mirrors | Geekologie - Gadgets, Gizmos, and Awesome

 

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10 Interesting Places to Visit with Google Earth

10 Interesting Places to Visit with Google Earth | e-Expeditions News | Scoop.it
There can be little doubt that technology has changed they way we see our world, and Google Earth is a perfect example.
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Experience The Night Sky Like Never Before

Experience The Night Sky Like Never Before | e-Expeditions News | Scoop.it
…with this stunning time-lapse video by photographer Randy Halverson, set to a dramatic score by Bear McCreary. Amazing! This is four minutes of some of the most breathtaking sky you’ve ever seen.
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Tiny lizards found in Madagascar

Tiny lizards found in Madagascar | e-Expeditions News | Scoop.it
One of the world's tiniest lizards has been discovered by keen-eyed researchers in Madagascar.
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Video: Spray-On Antenna Material Turns Just About Anything into a Signal Array | Popular Science

Video: Spray-On Antenna Material Turns Just About Anything into a Signal Array | Popular Science | e-Expeditions News | Scoop.it

Video: Spray-On Antenna Material Turns Just About Anything into a Signal Array | Popular Science

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A Tale of Two Stars: The Inside Story of Orion's Belt

Standing upright and shining down upon Earth on these midwinter nights is the brightest and grandest of all the constellations: Orion, the Mighty Hunter. ...
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Art of Chocolate: A Short, Sweet History: Photos : Discovery News

Art of Chocolate: A Short, Sweet History: Photos : Discovery News | e-Expeditions News | Scoop.it
Given our longstanding love affair with chocolate, it has become an art, both as a product and a subject.
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The Goods: February 2012's Hottest Gadgets | Popular Science

The Goods: February 2012's Hottest Gadgets | Popular Science | e-Expeditions News | Scoop.it
An Android speaker dock, a radiator booster, an RC spy-copter, and much more...
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7 Sweet Facts About Chocolate

Chocolate hearts have long been a staple of Valentine's Day, and while the best part of the delectable may be its heart-warming taste, many steps and technologies are involved in bringing that yummy to your tummy.
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Carnival goes to the dogs with Rio de Janeiro pet parade - Telegraph

Carnival goes to the dogs with Rio de Janeiro pet parade - Telegraph | e-Expeditions News | Scoop.it

Carnival goes to the dogs with Rio de Janeiro pet parade - Telegraph

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Big Pic: Antarctica's Ross Sea Bloom : Discovery News

Big Pic: Antarctica's Ross Sea Bloom : Discovery News | e-Expeditions News | Scoop.it
Plankton-rich waters of Antarctica's Ross Sea provide a palette of color against the stark white of clouds and ice.
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Tiny Grasshopper-like Insect Found Roaming Around In Belize - Science News - redOrbit

Tiny Grasshopper-like Insect Found Roaming Around In Belize - Science News - redOrbit | e-Expeditions News | Scoop.it
Entomologists from the University of Illinois have discovered a new species of grasshopper-like insect in the tropical rainforests of Belize, apparently the first of its family to be found, naming it in commemoration of an ancient Mayan people who...
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10 most unique and unusual custom car designs

10 most unique and unusual custom car designs | e-Expeditions News | Scoop.it
You might often not come across the unusual designs of cars, however, whenever you do they not only make you turn your head on the road but also linger in your memory for a long time.
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Queen of Sheba's Lost Gold Mine Discovered? : Discovery News

Queen of Sheba's Lost Gold Mine Discovered? : Discovery News | e-Expeditions News | Scoop.it
An archaeologist believes she may have discovered an ancient goldmine that may lead to where the Queen of Sheba drew her wealth.
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Butterfly Wings Inspire Better Temperature Sensors : Discovery News

Butterfly Wings Inspire Better Temperature Sensors : Discovery News | e-Expeditions News | Scoop.it
A coating of carbon nanotubes simplifies the design of these otherwise complicated sensors.
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Most Dangerous Object in the Office: Pocket Artillery Mini Cannon

Most Dangerous Object in the Office: Pocket Artillery Mini Cannon | e-Expeditions News | Scoop.it
Ooh, the action figures adorning your cubicle are soooo scary with their injection-molded plastic biceps and weaponry. Whatever. This 2-inch...
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Is This Weaponized Spider Robot the ‘Greatest Toy on Earth’?

Is This Weaponized Spider Robot the ‘Greatest Toy on Earth’? | e-Expeditions News | Scoop.it
If you thought that your old rapid-shot Nerf gun or the remote-controlled robot -- both of which you may have used to terrorize your mother's cat -- were fun, hold on to your socks because the "Greatest Toy on Earth" is about to blow them off your...
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What If Earth's Magnetic Poles Flip? | Scientists Discuss the Effects of a Geomagnetic Field Reversal | LiveScience

What If Earth's Magnetic Poles Flip? | Scientists Discuss the Effects of a Geomagnetic Field Reversal | LiveScience | e-Expeditions News | Scoop.it
What will happen if or when the direction of Earth's magnetic field reverses, so that compasses point south?
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Race is on to find life under Antarctic ice sheet

Race is on to find life under Antarctic ice sheet | e-Expeditions News | Scoop.it
MOSCOW (Reuters) - The race is on to discover life in the most remote and extreme environment known on Earth.
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German Physicist Flies First Manned Electric Multicopter | Popular Science

German Physicist Flies First Manned Electric Multicopter | Popular Science | e-Expeditions News | Scoop.it

"Last October, near Karlsruhe, Germany, Thomas Senkel completed the first manned flight of an electric multicopter..."

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ONE MILLION WILD SPIDERS FROM MADAGASCAR SUPPLIED SILK FOR RARE TEXTILE ON DISPLAY AT AMERICAN MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY

ONE MILLION WILD SPIDERS FROM MADAGASCAR SUPPLIED SILK FOR RARE TEXTILE ON DISPLAY AT AMERICAN MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY | e-Expeditions News | Scoop.it
The American Museum of Natural History is one of the world's preeminent institutions for scientific research and education, with collections of more than 32 million specimens and artifacts.
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Top 25 Wild Bird Photographs of the Week #4

Top 25 Wild Bird Photographs of the Week #4 | e-Expeditions News | Scoop.it
Advances in digital photography have given us the opportunity to capture the beauty and freedom of birds in the wild like never before. In January 2011, the Wild Bird Trust set up a Facebook page with the intention of celebrating free flight and birds...
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