Monday, September 26, 2016

Eight Presidential Debate Lessons, How Arnold Palmer Helped Make Golf the Post-War Pastime, The World's Largest Radio Telescope and More

 
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Eight Lessons for the Presidential Debates
 
Eight Lessons for the Presidential Debates
 
 
 How Arnold Palmer and President Eisenhower Made Golf the Post-War Pastime
 
How Arnold Palmer and President Eisenhower Made Golf the Post-War Pastime
 
 
NASA Didn't Change Your Astrological Sign, Blame It on Earth's Wobbly Rotation
 
NASA Didn’t Change Your Astrological Sign, Blame It on Earth's Wobbly Rotation
 
 
Getty Instagram Grant Winners Document the Drama of the Everyday
 
Getty Instagram Grant Winners Document the Drama of the Everyday
 
 
Watch Acoustic Holograms Create Complex Shapes and Levitate Droplets
 
Watch Acoustic Holograms Create Complex Shapes and Levitate Droplets
 
 
How a Couple of Guys Built the Most Ambitious Alien Outreach Project Ever
 
How a Couple of Guys Built the Most Ambitious Alien Outreach Project Ever
 
 
China Switches on the World's Largest Radio Telescope
 
China Switches on the World's Largest Radio Telescope
 
 
Inside the Alluring Power of Public Opinion Polls From Elections Past
 
Inside the Alluring Power of Public Opinion Polls From Elections Past
 
 
Thousands Converge on the National Mall For Music, Family, Remembrance and Celebration
 
Thousands Converge on the National Mall For Music, Family, Remembrance and Celebration
 
 
New Movie Posters Turn Scientists Into Superheroes
 
New Movie Posters Turn Scientists Into Superheroes
 
 
A Statue of Lenin Has Finally Come Down from Red Square...in New York City
 
A Statue of Lenin Has Finally Come Down from Red Square...in New York City
 
 
Chinese Malls Are Filled With Sad Animals
 
Chinese Malls Are Filled With Sad Animals
 
 
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In 1960, Richard Nixon faced off against John F. Kennedy for the first televised presidential debate. Those tuning in on the radio picked Vice President Nixon as the winner, but the majority of Americans, watching on television, chose Kennedy, the telegenic Democratic senator from Massachusetts over Nixon, who appeared sweaty and sickly on screen due to a recent surgery. Read how television debates have changed since the historic showdown.
 
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