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Seetroen glasses promise to ease your nausea within 10 minutes.
Ancient engineers behind Stonehenge used Pythagorean theorem
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New book sheds light on the math used some 2,000 years earlier.
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It's not every day that a stormwater retention project gets blessed by a priest.
Mexico's World Cup goal didn't just stun Germany; it caused an earthquake
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Soccer celebrations in Mexico City set seismic detectors squiggling.
No mirage: Amazing new water harvester turns air into fresh water, even in the desert
June 8, 2018, 6:46 p.m. by Bryan Nelson
The latest prototype was just tested successfully in the Arizona desert.
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