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Workers stand in a new addition to the massive underground deep drainage tunnel system in Mexico City, on March 10, 2012

Workers stand in a new addition to the massive underground deep drainage tunnel system in Mexico City, on March 10, 2012

Maldives dive trip to Male and Ari Atoll on board the M.V. Sting Ray. Sharks, mantas, whale shark.... looks like an awesome dive trip ! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qlnt3pKHpfg

Maldives dive trip to Male and Ari Atoll on board the M.V. Sting Ray. Sharks, mantas, whale shark.... looks like an awesome dive trip ! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qlnt3pKHpfg

8 Stunning Industrial Sites, From an Atom Smasher to a Solar Furnace | Wired Design | Wired.com

8 Stunning Industrial Sites, From an Atom Smasher to a Solar Furnace

8 Stunning Industrial Sites, From an Atom Smasher to a Solar Furnace | Wired Design | Wired.com

A moving social experiment. Devoid of rats, unlike a related experiment I know of.

A moving social experiment. Devoid of rats, unlike a related experiment I know of.

Power transmission tower near Alta Lake, WA

Power transmission tower near Alta Lake, WA

AD Classics: McMath-Pierce Solar Telescope, Kitt Peak National Observatory / SOM | ArchDaily

AD Classics: McMath-Pierce Solar Telescope, Kitt Peak National Observatory / SOM

AD Classics: McMath-Pierce Solar Telescope, Kitt Peak National Observatory / SOM | ArchDaily

Scenes From Underground, Part II - In Focus - The Atlantic

Scenes From Underground, Part II - In Focus - The Atlantic

tropical island germany

tropical island germany

Kimberlie McEvoy collects some of her well water as it comes from her kitchen sink at her home in Evans City, Pennsylvania, on February 23, 2012. McEvoy is one of at least 10 households in western Pennsylvania that fears their drinking water has been ruined by nearby natural gas drilling. State officials say tests don't show that. Residents say Rex Energy Corp. has sent letters notifying them it will no longer deliver drinking water to the households after February 29.

Kimberlie McEvoy collects some of her well water as it comes from her kitchen sink at her home in Evans City, Pennsylvania, on February 23, 2012. McEvoy is one of at least 10 households in western Pennsylvania that fears their drinking water has been ruined by nearby natural gas drilling. State officials say tests don't show that. Residents say Rex Energy Corp. has sent letters notifying them it will no longer deliver drinking water to the households after February 29.

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