Wednesday, June 1, 2016

Can Tree Rings Explain the Demise of a Lost Civilization?, Nabokov's Butterfly Drawings, What Our Garbage Can Teach Us and More

 
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How Ferris Bueller's Day Off Perfectly Illustrates the Power of Art Museums
 
How Ferris Bueller's Day Off Perfectly Illustrates the Power of Art Museums
 
 
Finding Lessons on Culture and Conservation at the End of the Road in Kaua'i
 
Finding Lessons on Culture and Conservation at the End of the Road in Kaua‘i
 
 
Reimagining Portraiture Through Dance
 
Reimagining Portraiture Through Dance
 
 
Paris' Iconic
 
Paris’ Iconic “Love Locks” Bridge Is Now Home to a Set of Creepy Statues
 
 
New Evidence Shows Peppered Moths Changed Color in Sync With the Industrial Revolution
 
New Evidence Shows Peppered Moths Changed Color in Sync With the Industrial Revolution
 
 
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This Museum Made Art Out of a John Deere Harvester
 
This Museum Made Art Out of a John Deere Harvester
 
 
Thailand's Controversial "Temple Tigers" Are Finally Free
 
Thailand’s Controversial "Temple Tigers" Are Finally Free
 
 
Can Tree Rings Explain the Demise of a Lost Civilization?
 
Can Tree Rings Explain the Demise of a Lost Civilization?
 
 
Tofu Power and Other Cool New Alternative Energy Sources
 
Tofu Power and Other Cool New Alternative Energy Sources
 
 
Vladimir Nabokov's Butterfly Drawings Take Flight in This New Book
 
Vladimir Nabokov’s Butterfly Drawings Take Flight in This New Book
 
 
Emotikis and New Keyboards Bring Indigenous Cultures to Text Messaging
 
Emotikis and New Keyboards Bring Indigenous Cultures to Text Messaging
 
 
Podcast: What Our Garbage Can Teach Us
 
Podcast: What Our Garbage Can Teach Us
 
 
Today in History
 
In 1779, Benedict Arnold was court-martialed in Philadelphia after being accused of illegally buying and selling goods by a radical patriot named Joseph Reed. His final trial would be delayed six months. Learn why that fateful interim would push him to betray his colleagues and the nascent United States.
 
 
 
 
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