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The Top Ten Discoveries of 2010

Matt Gibson —  December 16, 2010 — Leave a comment

Last month National Geographic listed the ten greatest discoveries of 2010.  Among them are an earthquake that shortened our day, a glimpse of evolution in action with a lizard species in which some members still lay eggs, while others have made the jump to live birth, a study that says black holes are doorways to alternate realities (seriously), and, my favorite, a super cute pink fish that walks on it’s hands along the ocean floor.

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About Matt Gibson

Matt Gibson is three-time Canadian expat who splits his time between Tainan, Taiwan and Cranbrook, British Columbia, and traveling, all the while working as the Snowboarding Guide and freelancing as an inbound marketing consultant and travel writer and photographer.

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