2000 Year-old Roman Bathhouse Still In Use In Algeria

According to BBC News Magazine –

Roman ruins are rarely boisterous places, full of noise, laughter and life. But Edward Lewis stumbled across one that is – a place to have a daily wash, and to enjoy the companionship of friends, just as it was for the Romans who built it.

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Can’t Call A Plumber When The Space Station Toilet Leaks

According to Popular Science –

Unfortunately, installing a new toilet is space is as messy as it is here on Earth. According to NASA, the leak sprung while astronauts on the American side of the station were unhooking a connection point from the potable water system. About 2.5 gallons of water spilled out, and the astronauts had to soak it all up using—what else—towels!

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Photos Of the Week – February 8, 2019

From The Atlantic –

A moment at a piano on the front lines in Ukraine, motorcycles on the ice in Kazakhstan, snow monkeys in hot springs in Japan, President Trump’s State of the Union address, World Hijab Day in Kyrgyzstan, eel fishing at night in Japan, a Titan missile silo in Arizona, a Super Bowl celebration in Boston, a Year of the Pig parade in Hong Kong, and much more

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Interesting Fast 3D Printing Technique

From TechCrunch –

3D printing has changed the way people approach hardware design, but most printers share a basic limitation: they essentially build objects layer by layer, generally from the bottom up. This new system from UC Berkeley, however, builds them all at once, more or less, by projecting a video through a jar of light-sensitive resin.

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