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The Famous Loch Ness is real or a myth by Gas Terzoulin

Loch Ness 'Nessie'

Loch Ness is one of the biggest self-contained lochs in Scotland, and is one of many which make up the route of the Caladonean canal, which provides a boating route all the way from Firth of Lorn near Oban on the west coast up to the Moray Firth on the north coast . . .

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The Sedlec Ossuary by Jim Down

Detail of Schwarzenberg's coat-of-arms

The Sedlec Ossuary (Czech: kostnice Sedlec) is a small Christian chapel decorated with human bones, located beneath the Cemetery Church of All Saints in Sedlec, which is a suburb in the outskirts of the Kutna Hora town in the Czech Republic. The ossuary contains approximately 40,000 human skeletons which have been artistically arranged to form decorations and furnishings for the chapel.

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Time Traveller by Mala Matina

timeX - ( pic by Dr. Blog )

We glance at our wristwatches and notice the second hand slowly counting the passing seconds. We are in our own time machines: Our hearts are pumping blood, we're breathing, we are existing through time (at least until our own personal time machines seriously malfunction).

What are the possibilities of moving through time at a rate different to one day per day? Common sense tells us that it's all nonsense - time travel is impossible. However, common sense is not always such a good guide. Some hundred years ago common sense said man could never fly, now we…

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