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Oceanic Flight 815

No-one could deny that it’s got more and more stupid with each passing episode, but somehow many of us are still hooked on Lost1, the TV show about large group of good-looking people stuck on a mysterious island. In what…

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Tuesday, 20th November 2007

Aloha Stadium

It’s two stadiums in one! While looking at the most recent Imagery update for Google Earth on the Hawaiian island of Oahu, I was trying to match up the older Google Maps images with the newer Google Earth images. I…

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Monday, 27th November 2006

French Frigate Shoals Update

A year ago today we posted about a Giant Alien Dolphin in the Pacific Ocean. It turned out that this was actually a group of islands known as French Frigate Shoals, which has since received a small image update on…

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Friday, 28th April 2006

Iowa Class Battleships

The last battleships ever built by the United States are known as “Iowa class” and were named after the states of Missouri, Wisconsin, New Jersey and Iowa. The four ships were built in the 1940s and between them have served…

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Friday, 25th November 2005

Dole Pineapple Plantation

On the Hawaiian island of Oahu is the Dole Pineapple Plantation where the former largest-in-the-world maze is to be found. The maze is designed to resemble a pineapple (although it is upside down to our view) and is made of…

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Thursday, 8th September 2005

Hawaiian Volcanoes

The Hawaiian Islands are at the end of a chain of volcanoes that began to form more than 70 million years ago. Each Hawaiian island is made of at least one volcano, and the island of Hawai`i, the southernmost of…

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Monday, 20th June 2005
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On this day: Blondin Crossed Niagara Gorge on a Tightrope

On June 30, 1859, The Great Charles Blondin became the first person to cross the Niagara Gorge on a tightrope.…

The Beatles’ Liverpool

Fifty-five years ago today a teenager named Paul McCartney somewhat grudgingly went to a concert by The Quarrymen at St…

On this day: Independence Day

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