Wednesday, October 5, 2016

How Drones Unlock the Sea's Secrets, Why Tomb Raiders Treated a Priceless Gem Like Trash, Tour the World's Biggest Manmade Cave and More

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Nobel Prize in Chemistry Awarded for Big Advancements in Ultra-Tiny Machines
 
Nobel Prize in Chemistry Awarded for Big Advancements in Ultra-Tiny Machines
 
 
Tour the World's Biggest Manmade Cave in China
 
Tour the World's Biggest Manmade Cave in China
 
 
How Drones in the Sky Unlock Secrets of the Sea
 
How Drones in the Sky Unlock Secrets of the Sea
 
 
Why Tomb Raiders Treated This Priceless Gem Like Trash
 
Why Tomb Raiders Treated This Priceless Gem Like Trash
 
 
Beautiful Photos from America's Six Least-Visited National Parks
 
Beautiful Photos from America's Six Least-Visited National Parks
 
 
This Art Project Breathes New Life Into Blighted Buildings
 
This Art Project Breathes New Life Into Blighted Buildings
 
 
The History and Psychology of Clowns Being Scary
 
The History and Psychology of Clowns Being Scary
 
 
These Wild Sculptures Actually Generate Green Energy
 
These Wild Sculptures Actually Generate Green Energy
 
 
Here's What You Missed At the White House's First-Ever South By South Lawn Festival
 
Here's What You Missed At the White House's First-Ever South By South Lawn Festival
 
 
Channel Edward Hopper With a Night in His Bedroom
 
Channel Edward Hopper With a Night in His Bedroom
 
 
Seven of the Most Unusual McDonald's Around the World
 
Seven of the Most Unusual McDonald's Around the World
 
 
Today in History
 
In 2001, Bob Stevens, a photo editor with the National Enquirer, died from an anthrax attack, the first victim in the United States. Just days after the terrorist attacks of 9/11, anonymous letters containing anthrax began showing up at media and congressional offices. Read the now-decontaminated letters that terrorized the nation for months.
 
 
 
 
Photo of the Day
 
Shot inside Q121 wind tunnel (Farnborough,UK).
 
"Intersect" Photo by Mark Edwards
 
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