Friday, October 21, 2016

Italy's Free Wine Fountain, Harvesting Wild Algae to Make Sneakers, Missing Link Between San Francisco's Faults Discovered and More

 
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London's Natural History Museum Selects Best Wildlife Photos of the Year
 
London's Natural History Museum Selects Best Wildlife Photos of the Year
 
 
New U.K. Law That Would Pardon Gay Men Once Convicted of Sex Crimes Fails in Parliament
 
New U.K. Law That Would Pardon Gay Men Once Convicted of Sex Crimes Fails in Parliament
 
 
Using Math to Build the Ultimate Taffy Machine
 
Using Math to Build the Ultimate Taffy Machine
 
 
Why Churchill Approved a Risky Mission on a Nazi Stronghold
 
Why Churchill Approved a Risky Mission on a Nazi Stronghold
 
 
Italy Has a Free Wine Fountain
 
Italy Has a Free Wine Fountain
 
 
Scientists Just Discovered a Missing Link Between San Francisco's Faults
 
Scientists Just Discovered a Missing Link Between San Francisco’s Faults
 
 
Iggy Pop Bares More Than Abs in New Art Exhibition About Masculinity
 
Iggy Pop Bares More Than Abs in New Art Exhibition About Masculinity
 
 
This Startup Is Harvesting Wild Algae to Make Your Next Pair of Sneakers
 
This Startup Is Harvesting Wild Algae to Make Your Next Pair of Sneakers
 
 
Scientists Stumble on a New Way to Tackle Carbon Emissions: Turn It Into Alcohol
 
Scientists Stumble on a New Way to Tackle Carbon Emissions: Turn It Into Alcohol
 
 
Celebrate Dino Month With Three New Dinosaur Books
 
Celebrate Dino Month With Three New Dinosaur Books
 
 
Today in History
 
In 1967, nearly 100,000 people marched through Washington, D.C., to protest the Vietnam War. The March on the Pentagon wasn't the largest or the last rally held against the war, but it showed the significant public sentiment to end the war. Find out how one photograph taken during the protest turned into a defining image of the antiwar movement.
 
 
 
 
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Tho Ha is one of the most famous rice paper trade village located in Bac Giang province . Making rice paper become their tradition for a long time ago and they still keep this tradition until today . The reason why Tho Ha rice paper village is well-known is that the processes of both preparing material and producing finished product must strictly follow stage of production and special techniques of processing flour;The picture is taken about the rice paper is drying.
 
"Drying Rice Paper" Photo by Pham Ty
 
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