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Gunkanjima's Block 65 under the stars

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When the Zombie Apocalypse finally arrives, the winding tower at Japan’s abandoned Shime coal mine is where you want to be. This stark, partially moss-covered concrete colossus has been abandoned for nearly a half century yet its moldering remains serve as a reminder of a harsh industrial past when coal fueled mighty engines of destruction

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diy wood counter tops..just what I've been looking for!

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How to remove a nail without ruining the board...

Sacsayhuamán - An Inca Fortress. Walking here in 2003 was wonderful

Ancient Precision Technology: At Puma Punku in Bolivia there is an ancient archaeological site filled with machine cut blocks, some granite examples weighing in excess of 100 tons. These building materials were created in a modular fashion and their utilitarian nature sets them apart. It is located at 12,800 feet above sea level. Mainstream archaeologists say it was built between 536 and 600 AD though many people believe it is much, much older... From Megalith Research

Ancient Precision Technology: At Puma Punku in Bolivia there is an ancient archaeological site filled with machine cut blocks, some granite examples weighing in excess of 100 tons. These building materials were created in a modular fashion and their utilitarian nature sets them apart. It is located at 12,800 feet above sea level. Mainstream archaeologists say it was built between 536 and 600 AD though many people believe it is much, much older... From Megalith Research