Saturday , 21 April 2018


Gulf Of Mexico’s Deep Sea Creatures Are Something Otherworldly

This past December, a NOAA team, aboard the Okeanos Explorer, conducted the first of three month-long studies of the deepest parts of the Gulf of Mexico, with the dual aim of exploring the diversity of deep-water habitats and mapping the seafloor. Using a mix of remote-operated submersibles (ROVs), and shore-based instruments, the team brought back stunning images of previously unexplored …

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Weird Stuff Google Earth Found That Baffled Scientists

As much as we think we know about this incredible planet we call home, Earth still has plenty of mysteries left to be discovered. It’s a big planet and humans have only been around for about 200k years or so. As modern technology advances though, the study and exploration of Earth is getting easier and easier. Enter Google Earth–The company …

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Pretty Creepy And Abandoned Attractions

It seems like running an amusement park and/or a roadside attraction is a crapshoot. You need the cooperation of a good economy, weather and something that brings in the attendance. If not, your park is gonna fail. Trust me, I’ve played enough Rollercoaster Tycoon to be an expert on this subject. But when a park fails, what happens to it? …

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