Thursday, October 27, 2016

Sea Creatures With Invisibility Cloaks, Using Diamond Defects to Store Data, The Last Living Carver of Mount Rushmore and More

 
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A Bizarre
 
A Bizarre “Swimming with Tuna” Attraction Puts Australia’s Controversial Aquaculture in the Spotlight
 
 
New Method Could Store Massive Amounts of Data in Diamond Defects
 
New Method Could Store Massive Amounts of Data in Diamond Defects
 
 
Genetic Sleuthing Clears
 
Genetic Sleuthing Clears “Patient Zero” of Blame for U.S. AIDS Epidemic
 
 
The Last Living Carver of Mount Rushmore Reflects on the Monument at 75
 
The Last Living Carver of Mount Rushmore Reflects on the Monument at 75
 
 
The Best Places Around the World to See Bats (by the Millions)
 
The Best Places Around the World to See Bats (by the Millions)
 
 
A Brief History of Wizard Rock
 
A Brief History of Wizard Rock
 
 
What a Mark Rothko Painting Has in Common With a Ming Dynasty Dish
 
What a Mark Rothko Painting Has in Common With a Ming Dynasty Dish
 
 
These Sea Creatures Have a Secret Superpower: Invisibility Cloaks
 
These Sea Creatures Have a Secret Superpower: Invisibility Cloaks
 
 
The Swirling Storm Above Saturn's North Pole Changed Colors
 
The Swirling Storm Above Saturn’s North Pole Changed Colors
 
 
The Surprising History of Cuba's Patron Saint
 
The Surprising History of Cuba's Patron Saint
 
 
A Taste of the Wild Side: Finding Local Flavor in Armenia's Edible Highlands
 
A Taste of the Wild Side: Finding Local Flavor in Armenia’s Edible Highlands
 
 
Rwanda Gets Medical Delivery by Drone
 
From Air & Space
 
Rwanda Gets Medical Delivery by Drone
 
 
National Geographic's Iconic
 
National Geographic’s Iconic “Afghan Girl” Arrested in Pakistan
 
 
Today in History
 
In 1932, legendary poet and novelist Sylvia Plath was born in Boston, Massachusetts. She published her first poem when she was nine years old and soon took to writing a poem a day. Though she is now recognized as one of the most iconic literary figures in the 20th century, find out why it took critics 50 years after her death to start understanding her life.
 
 
 
 
Photo of the Day
 
I took the picture at Fitzgerald Marine Reserve at Half Moon Bay, California.  There was a light mist and when the sun was at the right angle, it created the most amazing sunrays.
 
"Morning at Half Moon Bay"
Photo by Manuel Hutama
 
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