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One World Trade Center.

One World Trade Center is the name of two buildings. It most commonly refers to the primary building of the new World Trade Center complex in Lower Manhattan, New York City, and the tallest skyscraper in the Western Hemisphere. 152 more words



A waterspout is an intense columnar vortex (usually appearing as a funnel-shaped cloud) that occurs over a body of water. They are connected to a towering cumuliform cloud or a cumulonimbus cloud. 119 more words


Ammonite Washbasin.

From Germany’s HighTech Design comes the Ammonite Washbasin. Composed of formed concrete, this sink is no 97 pound weakling… though it DOES weigh 97 pounds. Taking the Ammonite Washbasin for a “spin” must be a unique experience and, if one isn’t careful, a dizzying one at that! 35 more words


Amazing Earth.

Cave of three bridges.

Winter approaching Moraine Lake, Banff National Park by Dani Lefrancois

Turquoise Ice, Northern Lake Baikal, Russia photo by Alexei Trofimov.

Beautiful Rock Formation In Iceland, by Brian Rueb. 61 more words


50 years ago, a boy thought he saw something near a remote lake in Russia. 50 years later, a town comes together to help him find out what it was.

Many years back, a young boy was walking along the Kurtna Matasjarv Lake in Russia and noticed something peculiar. He found tank tracks leading into the lake, but couldn’t source any coming out of the lake. 104 more words


What George Saunders Has to Say About Great Short Story Endings...

For a lit class I’m taking this fall, today I read George Saunders’ essay, “The Perfect Gerbil,” which applies Freitag’s Triangle to Donald Barthelme’s brilliant short story “The School” in an attempt to explain why it works. 356 more words

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