Thursday, September 29, 2016

Ancient Roman Coins Discovered in Japanese Castle, Loud Sounds Can Make Your Drink Seem Stronger, The Best Places to Go Gem Hunting and More

 
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Archaeologist Finds Ancient Roman Coins in 12th-Century Japanese Castle
 
Archaeologist Finds Ancient Roman Coins in 12th-Century Japanese Castle
 
 
What Living Like Goats and Badgers Can Teach Us About Ourselves
 
What Living Like Goats and Badgers Can Teach Us About Ourselves
 
 
Mercury Is Tectonically Active, Making it Uniquely Like Earth
 
Mercury Is Tectonically Active, Making it Uniquely Like Earth
 
 
Loud Sounds Can Make Your Drink Seem Stronger
 
Loud Sounds Can Make Your Drink Seem Stronger
 
 
Finders, Keepers: Five of the Best Places to Go Gem Hunting in the U.S.
 
Finders, Keepers: Five of the Best Places to Go Gem Hunting in the U.S.
 
 
When the Inventor of the Diesel Engine Disappeared
 
When the Inventor of the Diesel Engine Disappeared
 
 
Seven Gorgeous Waterfalls to Chase in Taiwan
 
Seven Gorgeous Waterfalls to Chase in Taiwan
 
 
Inside the World's First Large-Scale Effort To Harness Tidal Energy
 
Inside the World's First Large-Scale Effort To Harness Tidal Energy
 
 
The Hyperreal Magnetism of the Truly Huge "Big Man"
 
The Hyperreal Magnetism of the Truly Huge "Big Man"
 
 
The Search for Buddy the Kidnapped Penguin Continues
 
The Search for Buddy the Kidnapped Penguin Continues
 
 
Happy 545th Birthday, Caravaggio
 
Happy 545th Birthday, Caravaggio
 
 
Why the U.S. Government Is Paying Half a Billion in Settlements to 17 Tribal Governments
 
Why the U.S. Government Is Paying Half a Billion in Settlements to 17 Tribal Governments
 
 
Saying Goodbye to My Seahawk
 
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Saying Goodbye to My Seahawk
 
 
Don't Miss Tomorrow's Livestream of Rosetta Crashing into a Comet
 
Don't Miss Tomorrow's Livestream of Rosetta Crashing into a Comet
 
 
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