Wednesday, September 21, 2016

The Predictions of H.G. Wells That Came True, Extreme Birdwatching, Shoes With No (Carbon) Footprint and More

 
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Where to See Thousands of Fluttering Butterflies in Taiwan
 
Where to See Thousands of Fluttering Butterflies in Taiwan
 
 
A Mural on View in the African American History Museum Recalls the Rise of Resurrection City
 
A Mural on View in the African American History Museum Recalls the Rise of Resurrection City
 
 
Blind People Can Use Visual Areas of the Brain to Solve Math Problems
 
Blind People Can Use Visual Areas of the Brain to Solve Math Problems
 
 
Extreme Birdwatching Is a Thing, and This Could Be Its Greatest Year Ever
 
Extreme Birdwatching Is a Thing, and This Could Be Its Greatest Year Ever
 
 
How Cuba Remembers Its Revolutionary Past and Present
 
How Cuba Remembers Its Revolutionary Past and Present
 
 
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Myth and Reason on the Mexican Border
 
Myth and Reason on the Mexican Border
 
 
Get Face to Face With the Tribes of Tanzania
 
Get Face to Face With the Tribes of Tanzania
 
 
The Shoes With No (Carbon) Footprint
 
The Shoes With No (Carbon) Footprint
 
 
Male Widow Spiders Prefer Younger Ladies—So They Don't Get Eaten
 
Male Widow Spiders Prefer Younger Ladies—So They Don’t Get Eaten
 
 
France Waves 'Au Revoir' to Plastic Tableware
 
France Waves 'Au Revoir' to Plastic Tableware
 
 
The Many Futuristic Predictions of H.G. Wells That Came True
 
The Many Futuristic Predictions of H.G. Wells That Came True
 
 
Water Bear Genes Could Help Protect Space Explorers From Radiation
 
Water Bear Genes Could Help Protect Space Explorers From Radiation
 
 
Colombian Statue Heads Home After 80 Years
 
Colombian Statue Heads Home After 80 Years
 
 
This Group Celebrates Kenya's Religious Diversity by Painting Religious Centers Yellow
 
This Group Celebrates Kenya’s Religious Diversity by Painting Religious Centers Yellow
 
 
Fake Towns Could Help People With Alzheimer's Live Happier Lives
 
Fake Towns Could Help People With Alzheimer’s Live Happier Lives
 
 
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Old city of Cadiz, taken from a small plane.
 
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