Tuesday, October 25, 2016

Inside Cuba's Secret Societies, The Origins of Human Handedness, What's the Longest You Can Hold Your Breath? and More

 
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Renaissance Europe Was Horrified by Reports of a Sea Monster that Looked Like a Monk Wearing Fish Scales
 
Renaissance Europe Was Horrified by Reports of a Sea Monster That Looked Like a Monk Wearing Fish Scales
 
 
Two-Million-Year-Old Jaw Has a Lot to Say About the Origins of Human Handedness
 
Two-Million-Year-Old Jaw Has a Lot to Say About the Origins of Human Handedness
 
 
What to Know About Shakespeare's Newly Credited Collaborator Christopher Marlowe
 
What to Know About Shakespeare's Newly Credited Collaborator Christopher Marlowe
 
 
Ask Smithsonian: What's the Longest You Can Hold Your Breath?
 
Ask Smithsonian: What’s the Longest You Can Hold Your Breath?
 
 
Smithsonian Will Stretch to Save Scarecrow's Costume, Too
 
Smithsonian Will Stretch to Save Scarecrow’s Costume, Too
 
 
How White Lies Snowball Into Full-On Deception
 
How White Lies Snowball Into Full-On Deception
 
 
The Vatican Just Banned Scattering Ashes
 
The Vatican Just Banned Scattering Ashes
 
 
Italian Preservationists Save 900 Artworks from the Ruins of Earthquake-Struck Amatrice
 
Italian Preservationists Save 900 Artworks From the Ruins of Earthquake-Struck Amatrice
 
 
The Bee that Breaks Your Heart
 
The Bee That Breaks Your Heart
 
 
Venture Inside Cuba's Secret Societies
 
Venture Inside Cuba's Secret Societies
 
 
Prehistoric Kickboxing Killer Turkeys
 
Prehistoric Kickboxing Killer Turkeys
 
 
How a Genetically Engineered Virus Could Help the Brain Fight Alcohol Cravings
 
How a Genetically Engineered Virus Could Help the Brain Fight Alcohol Cravings
 
 
The Answer To India's Energy Crisis Could Be Blowing In the Wind
 
The Answer To India's Energy Crisis Could Be Blowing in the Wind
 
 
The Ruby Slippers Are Funded in the Museum's First Kickstarter Campaign
 
The Ruby Slippers Are Funded in the Museum's First Kickstarter Campaign
 
 
R.A.
 
From Air & Space
 
R.A. “Bob” Hoover Dies at 94
 
 
Today in History
 
In 1881, Pablo Picasso was born in Málaga, Spain. One of the most important artists of the 20th century, the radical and prolific painter was able to bring almost any subject to life in a distinct way. Read why one of his contemporaries couldn't stand him.
 
 
 
 
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Local boys and girls enjoying the waving flag while an aircraft is going to land nearby runway
 
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