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Thor Heyerdahl, once shunned by scientific establishment, hailed today by some as visionary (AP) Thor Heyerdahl, the scientist-adventurer who gained fame with his monumental journey across the Pacific in the raft Kon-Tiki, died Thursday night in Italy at age 87. An Associated Press reporter interviewed him at his home in the Canary Islands not long before he fell ill from a brain tumor. - Apr 18 9:38 PM ET


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