Daily Archives: September 27, 2012

Originally posted on urbanculturalstudies:
[reblogged from http://www.futureofny.org/medalists/omar-freilla] Omar Freilla Photo by Rob Bennett Even though only 34, Omar Freilla has already brought fresh hope and new ideas to the South Bronx, an area that was a national icon of urban decay…

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Magma is molten, liquid rock found under the surface of the Earth. Magma can also contain crystals, rock fragments and dissolved gases. The liquid part of magma is called the melt. Earth is divided into three areas. The core is … Continue reading

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Echoes in the Mist The book, Underworld, the Mysterious Origins of Civilization, by Graham Hancock, has some fascinating chapters about Dwarka, in the state of Gujarat on the Kathiawar Peninsula by the Arabian Sea. There, a team of marine archaeologists, … Continue reading

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