Thursday, May 26, 2016

How Do Dolphins Echolocate?, Inside Alabama's Abandoned Buildings, The World's Longest Train Tunnel and More

 
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Does Snot Help Dolphins Echolocate?
 
Does Snot Help Dolphins Echolocate?
 
 
The U.S. Nuclear Program Still Uses Eight-Inch Floppy Disks
 
The U.S. Nuclear Program Still Uses Eight-Inch Floppy Disks
 
 
Doctors Diagnose Diseases of Subjects in Two Famous Paintings
 
Doctors Diagnose Diseases of Subjects in Two Famous Paintings
 
 
Rome Is Looking for People to Adopt Famous, Falling-Apart Sites
 
Rome Is Looking for People to Adopt Famous, Falling-Apart Sites
 
 
From Sticks and Stones, Two Artists Make Pinhole Cameras
 
From Sticks and Stones, Two Artists Make Pinhole Cameras
 
 
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Native Americans Decry the Auctioning-Off of Their Heritage in Paris
 
Native Americans Decry the Auctioning-Off of Their Heritage in Paris
 
 
Mars, Underground
 
From Air & Space
 
Mars, Underground
 
 
Inside Alabama's Abandoned Buildings
 
Inside Alabama's Abandoned Buildings
 
 
Tune Into the Smashing Sounds of Large Hadron Collider Data in Real Time
 
Tune Into the Smashing Sounds of Large Hadron Collider Data in Real Time
 
 
Dozens of Rare Documents From American History Just Sold at Auction
 
Dozens of Rare Documents From American History Just Sold at Auction
 
 
The Longest, Deepest Train Tunnel in the World Is About to Open
 
The Longest, Deepest Train Tunnel in the World Is About to Open
 
 
Poverty Linked to DNA Changes That Could Lead to Mental Illness
 
Poverty Linked to DNA Changes That Could Lead to Mental Illness
 
 
The Public Puts Great Trust in Museums, and Now It's Time Museums Trust the Public
 
The Public Puts Great Trust in Museums, and Now It’s Time Museums Trust the Public
 
 
Surf Legend Builds Artificial Wave That Could Bring Surfing to the Masses
 
Surf Legend Builds Artificial Wave That Could Bring Surfing to the Masses
 
 
Today in History
 
In 1897, Bram Stoker published Dracula. The original literary vampire, Stoker's depiction of the Count paved the way for the seductive bloodsuckers to obtain pop culture immortality today. But why does Dracula wear a tuxedo?
 
 
 
 
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Swell colliding after sunrise on the South Coast NSW Australia
 
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