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10 Most Fascinating Holes on Earth

Great Blue Hole (Belize) Located in Belize's Barrier Reef Reserve System, the "Great Blue Hole" is about 60 miles away from Belize City and is believed to be the world's largest sea-hole. It's 125 meters deep and 300 meters wide. It was created as a cause of sea level increase about 65,000 years ago. Its almost perfect circular shape made it very popular among tourists who often visit this place, being the most attractive for scuba divers who are exploring its depths. Divers are also attracted with plenty of rare animal species and forms of life which can be found only in this place. Diavik Mine (Canada) The Diavik Diamond Mine is about 300 kilometers (186 miles) north of Yellowknife in Canada. It produces 8 million carats (3,500 lb) of diamonds annually. The mine is so huge and the area so remote that it even has its own airport with a runway large enough to accommodate a boeing 737. Photo Courtesy of The Diavik Diamond Mine". The Burning Gates (Turkmenistan

Wold’s First Personal Brewery by WilliamsWarn

The WilliamsWarn Personal Brewery boasts 6 key technical features, which when combined together would create the first brewing appliance in the world. This combination allows people to make their freshest beer with minimum effort. The main technical features include a stainless steel pressure vessel with beer carbonation level control that helps minimize the time taken to bottle or barrel the beer, a temperature control system that helps control the temperature during the process of fermentation, maturation, clarification as well as beer dispense, a sediment removal system, a clarification system, a glass dispense system and a draft beer dispense mechanism with flow-control. Designer : WilliamsWarn [Press Release] Kiwi beer-thinkers, Ian Williams and Anders Warn have solved a problem faced by millions of brewers around the globe and produced the world's first personal brewing device, unveiled in Auckland this afternoon. The WilliamsWarn is an all-in-one brewing machine capable of c