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National Parks exist for all Americans to share and enjoy. And when something like a fossil or footprint goes missing, it stinks for everyone, including us Americans and scientists who need to know the footprint’s location to help understand the animal that made it.

These Guys Stole Death Valley's Fossils And There's A Reward If You Can Identify Them

To borrow from Forrest Gump (or to be more specific, Forrest’s momma), tiny houses are like a box of chocolates. You know never what you’re gonna to get — and it’s so very true. The façade of a tiny house, much like the exterior of a box of chocolates, can look like any other humdrum suburban... View Article

This 98-Sq-Ft Trailer Looks Tiny But Hidden Inside Is A BIG Surprise!

Lovely Tiny Trailer House - photos - To borrow from Forrest Gump (or to be more specific, Forrest’s momma), tiny houses are like a box of chocolates. You know never what you’re gonna to get — trailer.

Here's a cool mystery - how do these rocks move? The Sliding Rocks of Racetrack Playa from GEOLOGY.COM

The moving boulders of Death Valley, a mystery. No one has seen them in motion! The 200 pound rocks are always seen with trail marks. No one knows for sure exactly how the rocks move - although a few have come up with some good explanations.

Giants in the desert.  8 to 9 foot giants in Death valley.  Even in the 40's, it was reported they used "radio waves" to cook with, LONG before our "microwave".   Interesting if true. http://www.s8int.com/giants9.html

Ooparts & Ancient High Technology--Evidence of Noah's Flood?

Organic brickwork | Architecture at Stylepark. I love dark brick!

Organic brickwork

Organic brickwork Architecture at Stylepark

Clinch Valley News, Tazewell, VA, April 26, 1912    Titanic [sic] Death List Appalling

Clinch Valley News, Tazewell, VA, April 1912 Titanic [sic] Death List Appalling. The article says that there was a ship that saw the Titanic sink.

Mystery of how rocks move across Death Valley lake bed solved  The cracking sounds were ferocious. An ankle-deep, frozen lake in Death Valley National Park was breaking apart under sunny skies.  http://www.latimes.com/local/lanow/la-me-ln-rocks-move-death-valley-lake-bed-20140827-story.html

Mystery of how rocks move across Death Valley lake bed solved

Mystery of how rocks move across the Death Valley lake bed solved

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Creative Window Idea - think this would be even cooler without the window frames.just a crack in a brick wall with glass, very cool

When Julie Rehmeyer's body started shutting down, doctors were stumped. Her search for relief led to an unlikely plan: two weeks alone in a tent in Death Valley.

The Mystery Illness That Plagued This Writer For Years

When Julie Rehmeyer's body started shutting down, doctors were stumped. Her search for relief led to an unlikely plan: two weeks alone in a tent in Death Valley.

TOWNHOUSE: Charred Wood Facade in Amsterdam. 1/14/2012 via @Dwell Media

The striking black facade of Pieter Weijnen's home in IJburg, Amsterdam, is the result of the Japanese practice of charring wood.

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