January 28, 2001: Tourists flock from all over
the world to gaze at Britain's Stonehenge -- but the famed circle of huge
stones is as much the work of 20th century engineers as
June 10, 2000: Scientists today
announced that the recently rediscovered skeleton excavated at
Stonehenge in the 1920s is that of a man who was decapitated with a
single sword stroke to the back of theneck.
May 26, 2000: For the first time in 16 years, Stonehenge will be opened to the public for the summer solstice.
January 19, 2000:
An interesting article at Space.com explains, "Ancient people who
built Stonehenge more than 3,500 years ago could have used the
monumental arrangement of pillars to predict lunar eclipses, according
to a professor of physics and astronomy at Clarion University in