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The director of Naval Hydrography in Bolivia confirmed the possibility of declaring a drought alert for Titicaca Lake because its waters are down to only 15 centimeters from the level that would require a state of emergency.

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  Virgin Galactic, a space tourism company, has presented a new program to citizens. There are currently 250 individuals expecting to fly into space. A ticket to near space is not cheap – $200,000. This is a lot less than a trip to the International Space Station. However, the new trip pales in comparison with a flight […]

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  Forty four years after the last archeological research of the famous Stonehenge, British scientists have organized two-week excavations. Although it will take years to study the findings, it goes without saying that the work will bring sensational results.

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  Traveler’s Digest, a magazine for travelers, has made a list of countries and cities where world’s most beautiful women live.

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Albert Einstein’s Theory of Relativity had set the speed of light as the universal speed limit of sorts, and showed that time and distance are not faithfully absolute but are affected by one’s rate of motion. A clock which is in motion always appears to run slower when compared to one at rest. This is […]

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