Tuesday, September 27, 2016

How Cats Spread Around the World, Digitally Browse Victorian Children's Books, Europa's Icy Geysers and More

 
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In the Early 19th Century, Firefighters Fought Fires ... and Each Other
 
In the Early 19th Century, Firefighters Fought Fires ... and Each Other
 
 
Channel Childhoods Gone By With This Digital Archive of Victorian Children's Books
 
Channel Childhoods Gone By With This Digital Archive of Victorian Children’s Books
 
 
New DNA Analysis Shows How Cats Spread Around the World
 
New DNA Analysis Shows How Cats Spread Around the World
 
 
Two Hungry Reporters Dig Into the Sweet Home Café at the African American History Museum
 
 
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An 1885 Ship Just Sailed Back to New York City
 
An 1885 Ship Just Sailed Back to New York City
 
 
Scientists Catch Schrödinger's Cat on Camera
 
Scientists Catch Schrödinger’s Cat on Camera
 
 
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This Documentary Series Will Teach You About World War I in Real Time
 
This Documentary Series Will Teach You About World War I in Real Time
 
 
Nine in Ten People Worldwide Breathe Dangerous Air Every Day
 
Nine in Ten People Worldwide Breathe Dangerous Air Every Day
 
 
Russian Burger King Campaign Isn't the First to Mix Art and Advertising
 
Russian Burger King Campaign Isn't the First to Mix Art and Advertising
 
 
Evidence Stacks Up For Icy Geysers Erupting on Europa
 
Evidence Stacks Up For Icy Geysers Erupting on Europa
 
 
This Supermarket Sells Only Wasted Food
 
This Supermarket Sells Only Wasted Food
 
 
The Russian-U.S. Relationship Goes Way Back to John Quincy Adams
 
The Russian-U.S. Relationship Goes Way Back to John Quincy Adams
 
 
A New Photo Book Reveals the Objects That Tell the Stories of the Rich and Famous
 
A New Photo Book Reveals the Objects That Tell the Stories of the Rich and Famous
 
 
From Star Trek to Killer Baby Unicorns, Five Over-the-Top Themed Corn Mazes to Visit This Fall
 
From Star Trek to Killer Baby Unicorns, Five Over-the-Top Themed Corn Mazes to Visit This Fall
 
 
Jacques Cousteau's Grandson Is 3D Printing Coral Reefs
 
Jacques Cousteau's Grandson Is 3D Printing Coral Reefs
 
 
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In 1959, Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev returned home after touring the United States for two weeks. The infamously hot-headed world leader's antics during the trip provided some of the oddest stories to come out of the Cold War. Read what happened when Khrushchev went to Hollywood, including his strong feelings toward the Can-Can dance.
 
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Since ancient times, the Nenets led a nomadic life, engaged in deer farming, and traveling on the vast tundra. Reindeer harnessed to a sled is the most reliable form of transport in the tundra. They wander in harsh weather conditions for 8 months of the year. The deer give them food, clothing, housing and money.
 
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