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Trove of ancient Roman letters unearthed near Hadrian's Wall

By James RogersPublished July 14, 2017

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A tablet discovered at Vindolanda being cleaned (The Vindolanda Trust)

Archaeologists are thrilled by the discovery of 25 tablets that could reveal fascinating details of everyday life on the northern frontier of the Roman Empire. 449 more words

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Treasure hunters strike gold with ancient jewelry find

Published March 01, 2017

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The Leek Frith Torcs (Staffordshire County Council).

An incredible haul of ancient gold jewelry has been unearthed the U.K. by two treasure hunters using metal detectors. 441 more words

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Long lost ‘Eighth Wonder of the World’ found buried under volcanic ash, New Zealand researchers say

Published June 21, 2017

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A map made by Hochstetter navigation and georeferencing of this old Lake Rotomahana, around which lay New Zealand’s eighth wonder of the world.   423 more words

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Air Force cadet creates bulletproof breakthrough

By Kelly David Burke, Alicia AcunaPublished June 02, 2017

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Air Force Academy cadet creates bulletproof substance

Air Force cadet Hayley Weir had an idea that turned out to be a game changer. 593 more words

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Ex-bikini model warns against lifestyle: What 'a warped brain I had'

Published April 27, 2017

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Leaders of the #fitspo movement solicit heaps of praise on social media, but what it really takes to achieve a viral-worthy transformation photo often remains hidden from public view. 331 more words

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Fracking isn't contaminating groundwater, study finds

Published April 25, 2017

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New research claims that fracking isn’t contaminating groundwater.  (Reuters, File)

A major anti-fracking argument by environmentalists may not have the facts to back it up, a new study conducted by Duke University found. 325 more words

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The Victorian-Era Supercomputer And The Genius Who Created It

Kevin Kelly

4/18/08 6:30pm

The London Science Museum finally completed work on the Victorian era’s greatest supercomputer, the Difference Engine No. 2, 120 years after the death of inventor Charles Babbage. 717 more words

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