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Why DOES the UK drive on the left?

  Today, about two thirds of the world drive on the right and a third on the left, but how did it come to pass?...

What is the bloop?

The source of a mysterious rumble recorded in the ocean in 1997 is now known to have originated from an icequake. "The Bloop" is the given name of...

What are the Totten Beacons?

These 19th-century aids to navigation are protected historical resources. In 1513, Spanish explorer Ponce de León sailed into the strong currents of the Florida Straits. Little did he know...

Why is the ocean salty?

Ocean salt primarily comes from rocks on land and openings in the seafloor. Salt in the ocean comes from two sources: runoff from the land and openings in...

Is glacier ice actually rock?

  In places where it gets cold and snowy in winter, many meters of snow can fall. In some the following winter, adding a new...

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Salt in water sources becoming worrisome in D.C. region, experts warn

The Washington region is growing — a metropolis of...

THE INVENTION OF THE VACUUM CLEANER

In 1901, if you were lucky, you might have...

‘Heatflation’: How High Temperatures Send Food Prices Soaring

Crops are seen drying up on the banks of...
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