Thursday, October 20, 2016

Dinosaur Fossils Discovered in Denali, Places on Earth That Look Like Other Planets, How the Poppy Came to Symbolize World War I and More

 
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First Dinosaur Fossils Discovered in Alaska's Denali National Park
 
First Dinosaur Fossils Discovered in Alaska's Denali National Park
 
 
How the Poppy Came to Symbolize World War I
 
How the Poppy Came to Symbolize World War I
 
 
The Tragic Fate of the Afghan Interpreters the U.S. Left Behind
 
The Tragic Fate of the Afghan Interpreters the U.S. Left Behind
 
 
Wild Monkeys Unintentionally Make Stone Age Tools, But Don't See the Point
 
Wild Monkeys Unintentionally Make Stone Age Tools, But Don't See the Point
 
 
Six Places on Earth That Scientist Say Look Like Other Planets
 
Six Places on Earth That Scientist Say Look Like Other Planets
 
 
Face an Active Shooter in Virtual Reality, and You May Be Better Prepared to Survive a Real-Life Encounter
 
Face an Active Shooter in Virtual Reality, and You May Be Better Prepared to Survive a Real-Life Encounter
 
 
When Was the First Map Produced and More Questions From Our Readers
 
When Was the First Map Produced and More Questions From Our Readers
 
 
The Drone You Command With a Wave of Your Hand
 
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The Drone You Command With a Wave of Your Hand
 
 
Neanderthals May Have Given Us Both Good Genes and Nasty Diseases
 
Neanderthals May Have Given Us Both Good Genes and Nasty Diseases
 
 
Wacky, Wonderful, Wild Hops Could Transform the Watered-Down Beer Industry
 
Wacky, Wonderful, Wild Hops Could Transform the Watered-Down Beer Industry
 
 
Schiaparelli Mars Lander Likely Crashed on Descent
 
Schiaparelli Mars Lander Likely Crashed on Descent
 
 
This Breathtaking Map Traces Hydrogen Throughout the Milky Way
 
This Breathtaking Map Traces Hydrogen Throughout the Milky Way
 
 
A Controversial Museum Tries to Revive the Myth of the Confederacy's
 
A Controversial Museum Tries to Revive the Myth of the Confederacy’s “Lost Cause”
 
 
Today in History
 
In 1944, General Douglas MacArthur made it back to the Philippines, more than two years after Japan invaded the country, forcing MacArthur, then the chief U.S. military adviser to the Philippines, to flee. Upon his hard-fought return to liberate the country, MacArthur made a radio broadcast, famously announcing, “People of the Philippines, I have returned!” Read the redacted testimony that explains why the decorated World War II hero was later fired by President Truman during the height of the Korean War.
 
 
 
 
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