Posts Tagged ‘cliffs’

‘Cave Sweet Cave?’ Geologist Builds Cozy Abode In Vertical Cliffs In New Mexico… Here’s Why

‘Cave Sweet Cave?’ Geologist Builds Cozy Abode In Vertical Cliffs In New Mexico… Here’s Why Authored by Michael Wing via The Epoch Times (emphasis ours), Was it nuclear holocaust he was expecting? Who in their right mind would spend $20,000 excavating the side of a cliff in a steep valley for a few extra square […]

The Ancient Art of Honey Collecting on the Himalayan Cliffs of Nepal

The Gurung tribespeople of Nepal have been collecting honey from Himalayan cliffs for centuries, risking their lives in an ancient tradition that has been passed down over many generations. Read more Section:  News Ancient Places Asia History Ancient Traditions Read Later 

Cliffs of Freedom Movie Set During the Greek Revolution to Stream on Major Platforms

A still from the Cliffs of Freedom movie. Credit: National Hellenic Society Cliffs of Freedom, the historical drama movie set during Greece’s War of Independence, will stream on major platforms beginning on September 13, 2021, the National Hellenic Society (NHS) announced. In a statement the NHS, which owns all rights to film, said that the […]

Archaeologist Discovers Previously Unrecorded WWII Bunker at Base of Cliffs at Saunton Sands in UK

An archaeologist discovered a previously unrecorded WWII bunker—while eating fish and chips on the beach. David Etheridge noticed a concrete structure at the foot of the cliffs at Saunton Sands while on holiday in Devon. He set off to explore and realized it was part of a ruined bunker guarding the beach. Archaeologist David Etheridge […]

Ice Age Colombian Art Found Painted On Remote Jungle Cliffs

Tens of thousands of paintings of people, giant extinct animals and psychedelic plants from 12,500 years ago have been discovered on remote cliffs in Colombia. This rare collection of Ice Age Colombian art was discovered in the Amazon region of Colombia in 2019. The prehistoric Colombian art of this area is one of the world […]

Botallack Mine, Clinging to the Cliffs of the Wild Tin Coast

Cornwall, in south-west England, has a distinctive regional character. Much of the landscape was transformed in the 18th and early 19th centuries as a result of the rapid growth of copper and tin mining . Set in an area of outstanding natural beauty, Botallack Mine is a superb example of a mining operation from the […]

Proof of water for future explorers: New images from NASA show “underground ice cliffs” on Mars

(Natural News) It has been known for quite some time now that Mars is full of water. Regardless of whether or not there is actually flowing water on the so-called red planet’s surface, scientists from the National Aeronautics Space Agency (NASA) have long confirmed that water is indeed present on the planet. […]

Mars ice cliffs could be key to supporting life on Red Planet

A team of scientists, led by Colin Dundas, a geologist at the US Geological Survey, analyzed data from the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter (MRO), specifically looking at eight areas where erosion occurred. The results revealed massive subsurface ice sheets on the planet extending from just below the surface to a depth of at least 100 meters […]

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