Egypt

Kebira Crater

Currently doing the rounds in the mainstream press, this is the recently discovered Kebira meteorite crater in the western desert of Egypt. At 31 kilometers across Kebira utterly dwarfs Arizona’s famous Barringer meteor crater (which is only 1.2 kilometres in…

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Monday, 6th March 2006

The Richat Structure

The Richat Structure in central Mauritania is a stunning geological structure 50 kilometres across (Wikipedia entry). Once thought to be an impact crater, it is actually a sedimentary formation that has eroded flat over many eons. Apparently there’s a hotel…

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Tuesday, 19th July 2005

Pyramids of Giza & The Great Sphinx

Of the 7 wonders of the ancient world, the Pyramids at Giza are the only ones remaining, they are over 6000 years old and are constructed from over 25 million tonnes of limestone. The pyramids were built as tombs for…

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Wednesday, 22nd June 2005
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Grad Tags Across Canada

The final year of school in every country comes with many ceremonies and traditions. In Canada, one of those traditions is to celebrate the supremacy of your graduating class over all others by spray painting your ‘grad’ year over anything and everything.

MLB Stadium Tour – National League

With the regular season winding down and the postseason approaching, it is time to conclude our look at some of…

Spreading Joy Around the World

In Victoria Harbour, Hong Kong, we find several people snapping photos of each other amidst a small collection of large…

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