Kariba Dam was constructed between 1955 and 1959 in the Kariba Gorge of the Zambezi River. The wall is 128m high and 579m long and the total water surface area of the dam is around 5,400 square kilometers.
Medieval History, Pop Culture, Swearing
Live Life Write
my obsession leads to all roads
Columns. Letters. Rants. Stuff.
Spaceflight news, powered by Terrans
My thoughts, sentiments, and scribbles on womanhood
Steve Harrison and Janine King's other Hot and Sticky web site
Little windows into my world.
Just Doing My Best to Communicate Science
Fun With SCIENCE!
trials and tribulations of a quaterlife crisis
For people with Non-24-Hour Sleep Cycles
Lisa Batten Kunkleman
an irreverent look at UK politics
Ruminations and reflections on the world of literature...
debunking the reasons people don't vax
A LOT OF P'S WITH A BIT OF QUIRKINESS THROWN IN FOR GOOD MEASURE.
Navigating life through grandparenthood, chronic illness, dream work, and other inspirations
Wits End Photography
Exploring my world with pictures and words.
Images by Bren & Ash Ryan
All Is One With Our Creator
age is just a (biggish) number
Everyone Has Something To Teach Us
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Creative Exploration in Words and Pictures
To See a World in a Grain of Sand...
I write to figure out what is left
Fun, Fitness & Photography
An onion has many layers. So have I!
Random musings on life, society, and politics.
A blog about blood-brain barrier, science, metal, old-school gaming and other geeky stuff
Photography and writing by Lianne Ashton ©
Looking at the conflict around the world.
Do you want to beat the bite of mosquitoes? This is a summary of research projects and publications dealing with mosquitoes, mosquito-borne disease, insect repellents, urban wetlands and urban ecology (as well as other Medical Entomology activities) by Dr Cameron Webb (University of Sydney & NSW Health Pathology)
My Words, My Journey
Fighting pseudoscience and quackery with reason and evidence.
Seldom original. Often wrong. Occasionally interesting.
Studying the glorious work of those who want to do your thinking for you
Braaivleis, vuvuzelas, sunny skies and a Chev Impala