Friday, September 9, 2016

Napoleon's Unpublished Manuscript, 17th-Century DNA Confirms Cause of Great Plague, The Missing Science Behind "Sully" and More

 
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DNA from 17th-Century Teeth Confirms Cause of London's Great Plague
 
DNA from 17th-Century Teeth Confirms Cause of London’s Great Plague
 
 
Why It Takes a Great Rivalry to Produce Great Art
 
Why It Takes a Great Rivalry to Produce Great Art
 
 
Smithsonian Expert Fills in the Missing Science Behind the Movie
 
Smithsonian Expert Fills in the Missing Science Behind the Movie “Sully”
 
 
These Rarely Seen Photographs Are a Who's Who of the Harlem Renaissance
 
These Rarely Seen Photographs Are a Who's Who of the Harlem Renaissance
 
 
This NASA-Developed AI Could Help Save Firefighters' Lives
 
This NASA-Developed AI Could Help Save Firefighters' Lives
 
 
Inside the 9/11 Museum's First Art Show
 
Inside the 9/11 Museum’s First Art Show
 
 
Even Napoleon Had an Unpublished Manuscript, and Now It's up for Auction
 
Even Napoleon Had an Unpublished Manuscript, and Now It’s up for Auction
 
 
Cameras Capture a Hornet Hatching Up-Close
 
Cameras Capture a Hornet Hatching Up-Close
 
 
Austria and Turkey Are Butting Heads Over an Archaeological Dig
 
Austria and Turkey Are Butting Heads Over an Archaeological Dig
 
 
North America Is Crazy For Lego Toys and the Manufacturer Can't Keep Up
 
North America Is Crazy For Lego Toys and the Manufacturer Can’t Keep Up
 
 
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Getting lost in the swamps of the only natural lake in Texas (Caddo Lake) is not such a bad idea, particularly at sunset.
 
"Spanish Moss at Caddo Lake" Photo by David Ianni
 
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