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World’s Largest Aqueducts, Moving Billions Of Gallons Of Water Daily

Two of the more interesting tunnels that humans build are transportation tunnels for trains and cars and water aqueducts supplying large cities. The largest existing aqueduct in the world is the Thirlmere Aqueduct in North West England built between 1890 and 1925 and running 96 miles over and through hill and dale of the English countryside in pipes, streams, tunnels dams and aqueducts.
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Kepler 22B Is Habitable But Would Take 23 Million Years To Reach

This week noted scientist Stephen Hawking made a controversial remark stating that in order for humans to survive over the next millennium we must establish colonies in space. Two big hurdles stand in the way of colonizing new planets...
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