Monday, November 28, 2016

The Science Behind the Deadly Boston Molasses Disaster, How Strong Is the Coconut Crab's Pinch?, Rare Photos of an Early Castro Rally and More

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The Sticky Science Behind the Deadly Boston Molasses Disaster
 
The Sticky Science Behind the Deadly Boston Molasses Disaster
 
 
A New Technique Brings Color to Electron Microscope Images of Cells
 
Surprise: Gladiators Were Vegetarians
 
 
A New Technique Brings Color to Electron Microscope Images of Cells
 
Submit Your Photos to Our 14th Annual Photo Contest! Deadline: November 30, 2016
 
 
A New Technique Brings Color to Electron Microscope Images of Cells
 
A New Technique Brings Color to Electron Microscope Images of Cells
 
 
Rare Photos Chronicle an Early Castro Rally in Cuba
 
Rare Photos Chronicle an Early Castro Rally in Cuba
 
 
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The Forgotten Car That Won America's First Auto Race
 
The Forgotten Car That Won America's First Auto Race
 
 
What You Need to Know First to Understand the Russian Revolution
 
What You Need to Know First to Understand the Russian Revolution
 
 
Proposed New Marine Reserve System Offers Rosy Outlook for Both the Lobster and the Lobster Fisherman
 
Proposed New Marine Reserve System Offers Rosy Outlook for Both the Lobster and the Lobster Fisherman
 
 
Coconut Crab's Pinch Among the Strongest in the World
 
Coconut Crab's Pinch Among the Strongest in the World
 
 
This Isolated Australian Region Is Home to Over 100 Wineries
 
This Isolated Australian Region Is Home to Over 100 Wineries
 
 
There Are as Many Names for French Toast as Ways to Cook It
 
There Are as Many Names for French Toast as Ways to Cook It
 
 
NASA Wants to Know What to Do With Its Astronaut Poo
 
NASA Wants to Know What to Do With Its Astronaut Poo
 
 
Today in History
 
In 1582, William Shakespeare and Anne Hathaway paid a 40-pound bond for their marriage license in Stratford-upon-Avon, England. The couple's first child was born just six months later. Though few details about the Shakespeares are known today, check out a trove of recently unearthed documents that fill in a few blanks about the Bard and his legacy.
 
 
 
 
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This is a completely free improvisation with Mathilde in the studio.
 
"The Ballet Statue" Photo by Jim Mneymneh
 
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