Friday, October 14, 2016

Antarctic Fossil Suggests Ancient Birds Honked, Giant Chinese Lantern Sculptures, A Passion for "Trashion" and More

 
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Photos: Giant Chinese Lantern Sculptures Light Up Spokane
 
Photos: Giant Chinese Lantern Sculptures Light Up Spokane
 
 
Antarctic Fossil Suggests Ancient Birds Honked Not Sang
 
Antarctic Fossil Suggests Ancient Birds Honked Not Sang
 
 
Meet an Environmental Activist and an Artist Who Share a Passion for
 
Meet an Environmental Activist and an Artist Who Share a Passion for “Trashion”
 
 
Ajiaco, Cuba in a Cauldron
 
Ajiaco, Cuba in a Cauldron
 
 
What to Know Now That the King of Thailand Has Died
 
What to Know Now That the King of Thailand Has Died
 
 
Commercial Modules Are Coming to the International Space Station. But You Can't Visit Anytime Soon
 
Commercial Modules Are Coming to the International Space Station. But You Can't Visit Anytime Soon
 
 
Did the Greeks Help Sculpt China's Terra Cotta Warriors?
 
Did the Greeks Help Sculpt China's Terra Cotta Warriors?
 
 
At the New
 
At the New “Slavery and Freedom” Show, a Mother Finds an Empowering Message for Her Young Daughters
 
 
China Will Finally Release the Last Tiananmen Square Prisoner
 
China Will Finally Release the Last Tiananmen Square Prisoner
 
 
There Are Ten Times as Many Galaxies as Previously Thought
 
There Are Ten Times as Many Galaxies as Previously Thought
 
 
Today in History
 
In 1926, Alan Alexander Milne published Winnie-the-Pooh. The story was inspired by Milne's son Christopher Robbin and his beloved stuffed bear. The books that bore the bear’s name were wildly successful, though father and son both grew to resent the story. Read why and learn where you can see the real-life Pooh and his friends today.
 
 
 
 
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