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Sailing Stones Explained
The Sailing Stones of Death Valley are the real-life counterpart of Dan De Quille's 1867 hoax about the "traveling stones" of Pahranagat Valley.

The sailing stones mysteriously move across dried mud, leaving tracks behind them. For a long time, no one knew exactly what made the sailing stones move. But now researchers have figured it out. [Discover]
Science
Posted by The Curator on Thu Aug 28, 2014
Frankly, this theory has been around for over 15 years. Nice to see it confirmed though.
Posted by LaMa  in  Europe  on  Sat Aug 30, 2014  at  08:59 AM



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