- PDX Trees: Canopy Analytics – A New & Comprehensive Look at the Portland Metro Urban Forest! Stunning interactive LiDAR data.
- Jennings Lodge Trees still Threatened!
- Measuring Tree height in Google Earth. 3D canopy, and Street view.
- Portland used to have 300 foot tall Douglas fir!
- Tallest Trees in Eastmoreland could be cut down ; Three 150 foot Sequoias
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Monthly Archives: October 2012
Ancient Roman Giant Found—Oldest Complete Skeleton With Gigantism At six feet, eight inches, he would have towered over his contemporaries. The giant’s tibia, or shinbone, compared with that of a normal Roman male of the same period. Photograph by Simona Minozzi, … Continue reading
In the 1890’s, secret skeleton factories were in full operation collecting the bones of curiosities, and skeletons from foreign lands. Giants and dwarfs, and abnormalities were kept in secret, in these morbid museums studied by a select few. This is … Continue reading
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THE MYSTERY OF THE GIANTESS OF CIVITELLA In 1971, during a normal archaeological excavation campaign at Civitella del Tronto (pictured), in the province of Teramo, were found the remains of a tall woman 2.10 metres. The dating of the human … Continue reading