Tuesday, October 11, 2016

The Once-Revolutionary Taxidermy Diorama, How To Clean Water With Old Coffee Grounds, What Mysterious Scrolls Tell Us About Women in Petra and More

 
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How To Clean Water With Old Coffee Grounds
 
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The History and Future of the Once-Revolutionary Taxidermy Diorama
 
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The Strange History of the October Surprise
 
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Why Ethiopia Just Declared a State of Emergency
 
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What These Mysterious Scrolls Tell Us About Women in Petra
 
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Today in History
 
In 1884, Eleanor Roosevelt was born in New York City, New York. The politician, diplomat and activist is best known for being the longest-serving First Lady of the United States. But did you know she also had formidable radio savvy? Read about that one time Eleanor Roosevelt was a DJ.
 
 
 
 
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The picture shows a daily routine of fishermen. After a long trip at sea, they have to check and mend the damaged nets. At first sight, the nets seemed to be quite easy to repair but it sometimes takes half day to finish their work. Therefore, the fishermen have experience to mend the nests as fast as possible for the next trip at sea.
 
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