Scientists from UK and Austria have discovered a major ceremonial monument less than a kilometer from Stonehenge. Per the article:

"Professor Gaffney says: “This finding is remarkable. It will completely change the way we think about the landscape around Stonehenge. “People have tended to think that as Stonehenge reached its peak it was the paramount monument, existing in splendid isolation. This discovery is completely new and extremely important in how we understand Stonehenge and its landscape.”

The project has brought together the most sophisticated geophysics team ever to be engaged in a single archaeological project in Britain.

http://www.physorg.com/news/2011-01-henge-stonehenge.html

Tags: Jubinsky, Stonehenge

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Sounds like an alka seltzer commercial to me.
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Sounds like happiness to me.
I like that observation. How to write whimsically in black and white?
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