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I have a confession to make: This article is actually only about the myth that sending humans to Mars will cost $ 1 trillion; but ironically, that myth almost as much of a myth as the other two. Not that the federal …
The Huffington Post · 2/3/2016
Mars mission
Many of the creatures have became popular over the years. One such creature is the Loch Ness Monster that has been seen in Loch Ness, Scotland for many years. The famous photograph of Nessie taken in 1934 has …
Examiner · 18 hours ago
Loch Ness
Scientists discovered a trench at the bottom of Loch Ness where a prehistoric creature could hide, but when it comes to sightings of the famed monster, you can probably expect reports to skyrocket in the UK, right …
Gizmodo · ByAndrew Liszewski · 1/28/2016
Loch Ness
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This Baby Nessie Tea Infuser from OTOTO will cost you $14(USD). It’s totally worth it, because a trip to Scotland costs much more and there’s no guarantee that you will even see the mother, let alone the baby.
Technabob · 2/2/2016
Tea Infuser
Or the Loch Ness Monster, perhaps, a mythical creature that never was. As I watched the film, which tried to answer whether Test cricket was on life support (or worse), I mused on my previous piece, and about whether …
ESPN Cricinfo 20 · 13 hours ago
So large that it can be seen from space, it is enough to send shockwaves through even the most cynical Nessie sceptic. This shadowy form measuring around 100ft long and seemingly with two giant flippers powering it through the waters of Loch Ness was ...
Daily Mail · 4/19/2014
These ladles appear to be named after the Loch Ness Monster of the Scottish Highlands, but they remind me more of Dino the dinosaur from the Flintstones cartoons. Either way, they are cute as heck and will bring a …
The Gadgeteer · 2/2/2016
The Loch Ness Monster? An image from Apple Maps. (Photo: Apple Maps) Apple Maps may have gotten a bad rap upon release — but when it comes to monster-hunting, it beats Google. So say Loch Ness Monster hunters who have apparently detected …
USA Today · 4/20/2014
Jan 22, 2016 05:54 PM ET // by Benjamin Radford A tour boat operator at Scotland’s Loch Ness claims to have discovered the lake’s deepest trench, fueling speculation that it may be home to its world-famous …
Discovery Communications · 1/22/2016
Loch Ness
(CNN)Loch Ness Monster believers everywhere brace yourselves: Nessie might just be a catfish. As the lore goes, the legendary creature is rumored to live in Scotland's Loch Ness lake. There have been several reported sightings in history dating back to AD ...
CNN · 7/18/2015