Monday, November 7, 2016

Why Songs Get Stuck in Our Heads, A "Cursed" English Well Has Been Rediscovered, These Places Have the Nation's Worst Roads and More

 
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Why Certain Songs Get Stuck in Our Heads
 
Why Certain Songs Get Stuck in Our Heads
 
 
Canada Can't Figure Out Why the Ocean Floor Is Beeping
 
Canada Can’t Figure Out Why the Ocean Floor Is Beeping
 
 
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A “Cursed” English Well Has Been Rediscovered
 
 
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The Incredible Reptiles That Flew 200 Million Years Ago
 
The Incredible Reptiles That Flew 200 Million Years Ago
 
 
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Extinction or Evolution? The Answer Isn't Always Clear
 
Extinction or Evolution? The Answer Isn't Always Clear
 
 
Most Ivory for Sale Today Comes from Recently Killed Elephants—Suggesting Poaching Is Taking its Toll
 
Most Ivory for Sale Today Comes from Recently Killed Elephants—Suggesting Poaching Is Taking its Toll
 
 
Today We Honor the Only Woman Who Ever Voted to Give U.S. Women the Right to Vote
 
Today We Honor the Only Woman Who Ever Voted to Give U.S. Women the Right to Vote
 
 
These Places Have the Nation's Worst Roads
 
These Places Have the Nation’s Worst Roads
 
 
R.I.P., Dave the U.K.'s Largest Earthworm
 
R.I.P., Dave the U.K.'s Largest Earthworm
 
 
Lime Marinade, Cohiba Cigar Cases and Other Unique Gifts You Can Buy in Cuba
 
Lime Marinade, Cohiba Cigar Cases and Other Unique Gifts You Can Buy in Cuba
 
 
Photojournalist Captures Dramatic Portraits of Dancers in the Streets of Cuba
 
Photojournalist Captures Dramatic Portraits of Dancers in the Streets of Cuba
 
 
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In 1911, Marie Curie became the only woman to have won multiple Nobel Prizes after she was awarded the Nobel Prize in Chemistry for discovering the elements radium and polonium. Curie and her husband Pierre had been jointly awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics eight years earlier. Discover some of the lesser-known women trailblazers who dedicated their lives to science and created a path for others to follow.
 
 
 
 
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Es un campeonato nacional de patinaje donde se trabaja con velocidades de obturacion demasiado bajas para conseguir que nos de sensaciones de alta velocidad este campeonato se definia la seleccion colombia la cual actuamente es la campeona mundial
 
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