Bertha, the world's largest tunneling machine, churning through the rock and mud beneath Seattle, has hit a mysterious roadblock—so mysterious, it is only known for now as "the object."
A film fest dedicated to all things Underground kicks off this weekend in London.
Following on from this weekend's International Archaeology Day, Gizmodo thought we'd take a quick look at some of the uses of digital technology in discovering, researching, and documenting historic sites, from the ancient to the comparatively recent, from the urban to the rural. It's our own day of archaeology here…
Generally, wherever a tree starts its life is where it stays. But then how does a large, mature tree get from a nursery to a local garden center? It's plucked from the ground by a post-hole digger on steroids, that's how.