Tuesday, November 15, 2016

Why Was King Tut's Tomb Prepared in a Rush?, A Brief History of the Stock Ticker, Five Things to Know About Gwen Ifill and More

 
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The Physical Stock Ticker Is a Relic, But Its Influence Reverberates Loudly Today
 
The Physical Stock Ticker Is a Relic, But Its Influence Reverberates Loudly Today
 
 
Why Theoretical Physicist Sylvester James Gates Sees No Conflict Between Science and Religion
 
Why Theoretical Physicist Sylvester James Gates Sees No Conflict Between Science and Religion
 
 
Five Things to Know About Gwen Ifill
 
Five Things to Know About Gwen Ifill
 
 
Why Was King Tut's Tomb Prepared in Such a Rush?
 
Why Was King Tut's Tomb Prepared in Such a Rush?
 
 
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In “Defending Freedom,” the Vanguards Who Refused to Be Suppressed Are Reunited
 
 
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How Pokémon Go Can Save Lives in a Hurricane
 
How Pokémon Go Can Save Lives in a Hurricane
 
 
ISIS Has Destroyed a Nearly 3,000-Year-Old Assyrian Ziggurat
 
ISIS Has Destroyed a Nearly 3,000-Year-Old Assyrian Ziggurat
 
 
Meet the Zeptosecond, the Smallest Slice of Time Yet Recorded
 
Meet the Zeptosecond, the Smallest Slice of Time Yet Recorded
 
 
The Ruby Slippers Are Funded in the Museum's First Kickstarter Campaign
 
The Ruby Slippers Are Funded in the Museum's First Kickstarter Campaign
 
 
Why Scientists Are Psyched About a River-Crossing Panther
 
Why Scientists Are Psyched About a River-Crossing Panther
 
 
Today in History
 
In 1887, Georgia O'Keeffe, a giant of American 20th-century Modernism, was born. Despite her diverse portoflio of work, she is most identified today by her iconic flower paintings. See why O'Keeffe ordered one of her first watercolors to be destroyed.
 
 
 
 
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  Campus campus that was undergoing renovations, I took the time to record the exact momentum of debris removal
 
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