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Mountain Valley Spring Company

Mountain Valley Spring Water Visitor Center

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It can take a while for water running from the faucet to get hot. Yeah, you can wait around with your finger under the water, but it would be a lot easier if you could see when it's finally hot. This clever DIY temperature indicator does just that.

Photo of the Current River in the Ozarks on Wikipedia's article of the Ozarks http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Ozarks

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à partir de National Geographic News

The Physics Behind Waterslides

How do waterslides manage to be fun while keeping riders safe? The answer lies within basic physics principles. energy

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North America’s Best (and Secret) Swimming Holes

Coulissantes trou de natation Rock

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20 Places Every Southerner Should See Before They Die

Relax and alleviate stress by kicking back at Hot Springs National Park in Arkansas, where the temperatures of the hot springs can rise up to 143 degrees. But don't worry—the water is cooled down by the time you take a dip over at the Buckstaff Baths, one of two places where you can immerse yourself in the pure waters. Before you indulge in that restorative soak, take a hike in the mountains where you can drink the free, clean water straight from the source, thanks to the area's many…

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I always like walking in the rain, so no one can see me crying • Charles Chaplin • photo: Cristian Calzone

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permaculture & homesteading all the time (discussion thread on how to process olives for the oil)