Thursday, November 3, 2016

What the World Looked Like the Last Time the Cubs Won the World Series, Digitizing Ancient Manuscripts, An Asteroid Skimmed Through Earth's Shadow and More

 
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This Is What the World Looked Like the Last Time the Cubs Won the World Series
 
This Is What the World Looked Like the Last Time the Cubs Won the World Series
 
 
If Only Ernie Had Seen It. Here's Why "Mr. Cub" Is Part of Last Night's Win
 
If Only Ernie Had Seen It. Here's Why "Mr. Cub" Is Part of Last Night's Win
 
 
The Swag and Swagger Behind American Presidential Campaigns
 
The Swag and Swagger Behind American Presidential Campaigns
 
 
How Experts Are Digitizing Ancient Manuscripts
 
How Experts Are Digitizing Ancient Manuscripts
 
 
Stunning Images Capture the Carina Nebula's "Pillars of Destruction"
 
Stunning Images Capture the Carina Nebula's "Pillars of Destruction"
 
 
This Spike-Crested Lizard Drinks From Sand With Its Skin
 
This Spike-Crested Lizard Drinks From Sand With Its Skin
 
 
Aboriginal Australians Lived In Country's Interior 10,000 Years Earlier Than Thought
 
Aboriginal Australians Lived In Country's Interior 10,000 Years Earlier Than Thought
 
 
Astronomers Just Watched an Asteroid Skim Through Earth's Shadow
 
Astronomers Just Watched an Asteroid Skim Through Earth’s Shadow
 
 
Why Anaerobic Digestion Is Becoming the Next Big Renewable Energy Source
 
Why Anaerobic Digestion Is Becoming the Next Big Renewable Energy Source
 
 
A New Report Says We're Hunting the World's Mammals to Death. What Can Be Done?
 
A New Report Says We're Hunting the World's Mammals to Death. What Can Be Done?
 
 
The Story Behind Che's Iconic Photo
 
The Story Behind Che's Iconic Photo
 
 
These Spectators Rioted in 1802 When an Aeronaut Failed to Perform
 
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These Spectators Rioted in 1802 When an Aeronaut Failed to Perform
 
 
Step Inside Cuba's Oldest Printmaking Studio
 
Step Inside Cuba's Oldest Printmaking Studio
 
 
Today in History
 
In 1903, American photographer Walker Evans was born in St. Louis, Missouri. One of the greatest historians of 20th-century America, he is best known for capturing the everyday reality of the Great Depression. Read how Evans wrote the story of America with his camera.
 
 
 
 
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Lucas Cwierz is freediving in Heraion, Greece.
 
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