Stone Stories

The peaks of the so-called stone forests were formed by natural dissolution of the rocks in the water and related currents

Scientists from New York University simulated the chemical and mechanical processes

New understanding for the vast stone monuments constructed in Saudi Arabia 7,000 years ago

The enigmatic “mustatils” may have been “ritual sites where groups of people met to perform some kind of currently unknown social activities”

Laser melting of moon dust and building the “Moon Village” by 3D printing

Researchers from Hanover, Germany have proven that an earthly imitation of Regolith can be liquefied by laser / Tests on the moon with real material planned for 2021

Above the US, this year’s Perseid meteor shower will have its peak in the night from August 11 to 12, in the pre-morning hours

It is caused by the tail of the comet Swift-Tuttle, through which our planet flies every year and whose particles burn up in the Earth’s atmosphere

New construction of the Albula Tunnel in the Swiss Alps: at 1192 m driving, the rock is like a “paste and floating” for 21 m

Even 110 years after the 1st tube through the mountain, the challenges for the engineers are still great

Most of Stonehenge’s large boulders called “sarsens” have their origin in West Woods, Wiltshire, 25 km away

New findings by analysis of the stones’ chemical composition / The smaller so called “Bluestones” forming the inner circle come from Wales

Germany’s largest ever stony meteorite identified in Blaubeuren in the South of the country

A stonemason from Swabia with his diamond saw was needed to cut the celestial body

Enhanced weathering of milled rocks could indeed remove CO2 from the atmosphere – but there are limits to the feasibility

Research shows that the procedure could only be a small contribution and would require strong pricing of greenhouse gas emissions

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