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Shooting Break Conversion: 1982 Lynx Eventer XJ-S

This 1982 Lynx Eventer is said to be number 29 of roughly 67 cars ever built. Based on the XJ-S, these cars were finished to a high degree and offer …

Craigslist: Ford Jeep Toyota 4×4 Hybrid Project Thing

This. This thing is a Ford cab, on a Jeep CJ-5 frame, with Toyota axles. No engine, but if it was me I’d keep it …

29 Clever Gifts For People Who Love To Drink

So, like, gifts for everyone!

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With Black edition, Range Rover goes long on luxury

The Land Rover Range Rover is not exactly revered for its modesty. It is, and has been since its debut in 1970, a leather-lined haven for the Barbour-coat set. But as Rolls-Royce and Bentley have known for years, enough is rarely enough.<p>As such, at the Los Angeles Auto Show on 20 November, Land …

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Mini Bike Mayhem! Taco Mini Bikes Custom HOT ROD Bike! HOT ROD Unlimited Ep. 46

Huge magma reservoir beneath Yellowstone is two and a half times larger than expected

The magma reservoir under the Yellowstone National Park is 50 miles (80km) long and 12 miles (20km) wide: more than two and a half times larger than expected. <i>Nature</i> describes the reservoir as "a 4,000 cubic kilometer underground sponge," between six and eight percent of it filled with molten</i> …

Will we ever bring the dead back to life?

Understanding the processes governing death is helping experts try to halt and reverse it. It’s also challenging our ideas about the nature of death itself.<p>Zach Conrad died on a lovely Sunday afternoon in Philadelphia. It was 3 June 2012, and the 36-year-old financial analyst had decided to take a …

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6.3-magnitude earthquake strikes Taiwan

Today’s Taiwan earthquake has been downgraded to 6.3 magnitude, and it occurred in a remote mountainous region. No reports of injuries or damages so …

The sinkhole that swallowed a swamp

Everyone in the state of Louisiana knows about the Bayou Corne sinkhole. It even shows up on Google Maps. But it still took a year for the crisis to get national attention, by which time the pit of brackish water was 24 acres across. And when the nation finally turned its eye on Bayou Corne, it …

Predicting Quakes Still Shaky, But Being Prepared Is Crucial

Morning recess at St. Augustine Catholic School in Culver City, Calif., is like recess in many other schools. Children run and play in the afternoon sun. But nearby, away from the basketball hoops and the games of tag, the staff is preparing.<p>Next to the playground sits a cargo container full of …

The Energy Fix: How To Clean Up Fracking's Bad Rep

If fossil fuels are to remain a large part of the nation’s energy mix, engineers need to reduce their environmental impacts.<p>Hydraulic fracturing and horizontal drilling have opened up huge reservoirs of oil and gas across the U.S. The Energy Information Administration predicts that production of …

Ring of fire: why our military's toxic burn pits are making soldiers sick

One<p>At the height of the war in Iraq, US forces operated out of 505 bases scattered across the country. Joint Base Balad, a 15-square-mile outpost north of Baghdad, was the second largest. Home to 36,000 military personnel and contractors at its peak, the base was considered a vital hub for …

Turn Your Smartphone Into A Digital Microscope

More like cell-fies! Ha ha, right? Right?<p>Do you have $10 and a few minutes and a burning need for a microscope? You do.<p><i>But why would I need a microscope?</i> you say.<p>You do! Examine plant cells, check out the sharpness of your knives, or just take some awesome photos. It's easy to make and looks rad …

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Kansas Farmers Commit To Taking Less Water From The Ground

If you've flown across Nebraska, Kansas or western Texas on a clear day, you've seen them: geometrically arranged circles of green and brown on the landscape, typically half a mile in diameter. They're the result of pivot irrigation, in which long pipes-on-wheels rotate slowly around a central …

This Ingenious Way to Build Bridges Will Fix Our Crumbling Infrastructure

The I-84 corridor that connects New York and Connecticut is getting a new and improved bridge, and the final piece of the intricate puzzle will slip …

41-Years-Owned: 1971 Jensen Interceptor II

This 1971 Jensen Interceptor II (chassis 1255354) is said to have had only one owner in Auburn, California from new until offered by his estate last …

Is The South Bringing The United States Down?

<i>Answer by Ian McCullough, Armchair Political Analyst, on Quora,</i><p>There are huge changes going on in the South – and that’s part of the reason that Conservatives from that region have become so incredibly strident in their efforts to conserve the way things were.<p>U.S. Census Briefs – Population …

Discoverer of the Titanic Is Mapping Underwater America

Robert Ballard's new mission is to map and explore the U.S.'s ocean boundaries.<p><b>Robert Ballard, the National Geographic explorer who found the Titanic, has embarked on a ten-year mission to explore a hidden America—the part of the country that lies beneath the ocean waves.</b><p>Underwater America is …

Touring Tonawanda, where GM builds the new Gen V small-block

Our first thought on stepping onto the plant floor: "<i>Modern Marvels</i>, here we come."<p>What's so interesting about a plant tour? If we're honest, usually nothing. In most cases, we go on them because they're part of a larger trip – the vegetables we endure while we wait for the dessert of the …

Zircon hints at Yellowstone hotspot’s future

A super-eruption in the Yellowstone volcanic field is even less likely than scientists have thought, say researchers.<p>A thorough examination of tiny …

Unique spine found in 240-million-year-old fish fossil

A newly-discovered backbone structure in a well-preserved 240-million-year-old fossil fish reveals an inflexible and slow swimmer, an evolutionary …

Frogs' legs may have been English delicacy 8,000 years before France

If you're French, asseyez-vous, s'il vous plait. Archaeologists digging about a mile away from Stonehenge have made a discovery that appears to overturn centuries of received wisdom: frogs' legs were an English delicacy around eight millennia before becoming a French one.<p>The shock revelation was …

This is what a 3D-printed liquid metal Ford Torino looks like

Artist Ioan Florea has encapsulated a 1971 Ford Torino with 3-D-printed liquid metal transferred onto the car using technology that he developed, and the result is a stunningly shiny, seamless design.<p>"The surface has the highest coefficient of reflectivity never achieved before," Florea told us in …

Next-gen Mini could sire 10 different models including PHEV

The first generation of the reimagined, BMW-backed Mini was a simple things, confined to two body styles – hatchback and four-seat convertible. It wasn't until the second-generation platform came along that Mini began truly expanding, offering a long-wheelbase model, a roadster, a coupe, a …

Weekend Edition – Nissan Cedric 2.8D SGL

Pick any car you would think is capable of interstellar mileage on our long Finnish roads. W123 and W124, it’s a given. Old Volvos, sure. But then …

Ferruccio Lamborghini's twin-twelve Riva speedboat restored [w/video]

Everyone knows that Lamborghini makes exotic sportscars, but true aficionados are also well versed in the other types of machinery that has worn the Raging Bull emblem. There are the tractors, of course, with which founder Ferruccio got his start, but the company has also marinized its high-revving …

The Carchive: Neoplan Skyliner and Megaliner

This week we have been peeking into the exotic, highly charged world of the European Luxury Touring coach. Today is the last lesson on this …

Snapple's Bottle Cap Facts Are Often Wrong

Snapple has been printing facts on the underside of its bottlecaps for over a decade now, but maybe we should stop referring to them as "facts." Some are misleading, outdated, or easily misproven.<p><i>The</i> <i>Atlantic</i> looked into the veracity of hundreds of Snapple Facts, and found that many don't hold …

Off-Road Camper Wars! Ford 4x4 Sportsmobile vs Pace Arrow RV - Dirt Every Day Ep. 18