Thursday, October 13, 2016

Is Bob Dylan a Poet?, A Brief History of the Haunted House, Predicting Volcanic Eruptions and More

 
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Discover One of History's Most Ambitious Maps
 
Discover One of History’s Most Ambitious Maps
 
 
Is Bob Dylan a Poet?
 
Is Bob Dylan a Poet?
 
 
Say Hello to Our Solar System's Newest Dwarf Planet
 
Say Hello to Our Solar System’s Newest Dwarf Planet
 
 
How Artists, Mad Scientists and Speculative Fiction Writers Made Spaceflight Possible
 
How Artists, Mad Scientists and Speculative Fiction Writers Made Spaceflight Possible
 
 
Capsules Reveal Once Highly Classified Pieces of WWII Air Campaign
 
Capsules Reveal Once Highly Classified Pieces of WWII Air Campaign
 
 
A Brief History of the Haunted House
 
A Brief History of the Haunted House
 
 
Feeding Silkworms Carbon Nanotubes and Graphene Makes Super-Tough Silk
 
Feeding Silkworms Carbon Nanotubes and Graphene Makes Super-Tough Silk
 
 
Uber Looks to the Skies
 
From Air & Space
 
Uber Looks to the Skies
 
 
It's 2016. Here's How Hungry the World Is
 
It’s 2016. Here’s How Hungry the World Is
 
 
Five Things to Know About Bob Dylan
 
Five Things to Know About Bob Dylan
 
 
Many of NASA's Recent Successes Actually Date Back to the Bush Administration
 
Many of NASA's Recent Successes Actually Date Back to the Bush Administration
 
 
Doing Laundry Can Be Deadly for Clams, Mollusks and Other Marine Animals
 
Doing Laundry Can Be Deadly for Clams, Mollusks and Other Marine Animals
 
 
Predicting Chaos: New Sensors Sniff Out Volcanic Eruptions Before They Happen
 
Predicting Chaos: New Sensors Sniff Out Volcanic Eruptions Before They Happen
 
 
Today in History
 
In 1845, the majority of citizens in the independent Republic of Texas approved a constitution that would lead to the United States annexing the republic as the 28th state in the union two months later. True to its independent roots, the Lone Star state has paved its own unique history. Read why one reporter argues every state should be more like Texas.
 
 
 
 
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Royal Caribbean, Harmony of the Seas, spiraling five decks above the landscaped, open-air Central Park in the center of the ship, waterslides Cyclone, Typhoon and Supercell come together as The Perfect Storm. Guests can challenge each other and race to the finish line with  Cyclone and Typhoon, which twist and turn down three decks, while sliders in Supercell will be swirled around its unique champagne bowl before descending into a big splash finale.
 
"Biggest Ship in the World"
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