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The Netherlands Introduces First Glow-In-The-Dark Road To

The Netherlands Introduces First Glow-In-The-Dark Road To Help Drivers

This week in The Netherlands a 500 meter (1640 feet) stretch of highway introduced the world to the first glow in the dark markings that could help drivers better navigate the road at night.

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Chilean M82 Earthquake May Be Forewarning Of A Larger Event

Chile is beginning to dig out from a massive 8.2 magnitude earthquake that struck the region at 8:46 p.m. local time Tuesday evening about 52 miles northwest of the mining town of Iquique, according to the USGS.

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