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Múli  Despite only finally receiving electricity in 1970 this tiny Danish town is already deserted

Múli Despite only finally receiving electricity in 1970 this tiny Danish town is already deserted

More than 1,000 intricately carved pendants shaped like hammers, found across Northern Europe since first millennium A.D. now believed to represent Thor's Hammer, Danish Archaeologists  state.

More than 1,000 intricately carved pendants shaped like hammers, found across Northern Europe since first millennium A.D. now believed to represent Thor's Hammer, Danish Archaeologists state.

Archeologists Have Found 2,000 Ancient Golden Spirals and They Have No Idea What They Are | Smart News | Smithsonian

Archeologists Have Found 2,000 Ancient Golden Spirals and They Have No Idea What They Are

Archeologists Have Found 2,000 Ancient Golden Spirals and They Have No Idea What They Are | Smart News | Smithsonian

Tiny Viking crucifix could rewrite history

Tiny Viking crucifix could rewrite history

A man who was using his metal detector on an afternoon off from work has made a 'sensational' discovery that could change the history of Christianity as we know it....

STUNNING 2003 discovery of the Hobbit, , on a remote island, raised scientific speculation that Iceland's elves exist.

Anthropologist Held Hostage By Elves For 7 Years

STUNNING 2003 discovery of the Hobbit, , on a remote island, raised scientific speculation that Iceland's elves exist.

Roman drunkard found on Danish island | Peter Pentz | ScienceNordic |14 Jan 2015 | A new archaeological find on the Danish island of Falster can be traced back to the first Roman Emperor, Augustus.

Roman drunkard found on Danish island | Peter Pentz | ScienceNordic |14 Jan 2015 | A new archaeological find on the Danish island of Falster can be traced back to the first Roman Emperor, Augustus.

In 1913, Danish scientist Neils Bohr (1885-1962) developed a quantum theoretical model of the hydrogen atom in which the electrons orbit the nucleus. His model predicted the frequencies of spectral lines that other physicists had only observed, and he received the 1922 Nobel Prize for Physics for his work. Bohr also helped develop the atomic bomb. In this photo, he discusses an equation at Princeton University, N.J., on March 21, 1950.

In 1913, Danish scientist Neils Bohr (1885-1962) developed a quantum theoretical model of the hydrogen atom in which the electrons orbit the nucleus. His model predicted the frequencies of spectral lines that other physicists had only observed, and he received the 1922 Nobel Prize for Physics for his work. Bohr also helped develop the atomic bomb. In this photo, he discusses an equation at Princeton University, N.J., on March 21, 1950.

Michael Markietas flight path visualisation across the Western Hemisphere.

Can you spot your holiday? The incredible images that reveal exactly where we fly EVERY day

An artist's concept showing the Wide-field Infrared Survey Explorer, or WISE spacecraft, in its orbit around Earth.

An artist's concept showing the Wide-field Infrared Survey Explorer, or WISE spacecraft, in its orbit around Earth.

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