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Death Valley National Park
On October 31, 1994, Death Valley became a National Park. Located in eastern California’s Mojave Desert, Death Valley is in the lowest, driest place in North America, and the hottest in the world. Its valley floor is 86 m (282 … Continue reading
Our Colourful View
On October 30, 1900, doctor and neurophysiologist Dr. Ragnar Arthur Granit was born in Finland. After finishing a medical degree, he was attracted to the study of vision and the physiology of the eye. Granit wrote a doctoral thesis proposing … Continue reading