Loch Ness monster: If the Loch Ness Monster is a myth, should Scotland tell tourists? Is that bad for business?
The supersonic car 'Bloodhound' at the Farnborough Air Show is a math and science teaching tool in 30 countries already as students learn what it takes to roll through the sound barrier.
Loch Ness Monster: Archives released by the Scottish government reveal that the Inverness-shire's chief constable expressed concerns about Nessie's safety.
Newly published documents reveal that a Scottish police official in the 1930s believed 'beyond doubt' that the Loch Ness monster existed. Expert Loren Coleman says it reveals the government's longstanding policy to protect the mythic beast.
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