Wednesday, October 18, 2017

The Science Behind "Geostorm," How Nicholas Culpeper Brought Medicine to the People, Ex-Hurricane Ophelia Turned Skies Red and More

 
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Norway: WHere Breathtaking Beauty Lights Up the Sky
 
The "Science" Behind "Geostorm", the Newest Weather-Fueled Doomsday Flick
 
The "Science" Behind "Geostorm", the Newest Weather-Fueled Doomsday Flick
 
 
Every Modern Architecture Lover Should Take This Three-Day Road Trip
 
Every Modern Architecture Lover Should Take This Three-Day Road Trip
 
 
How This Vienna Suburb Became the Center of the "Raw Art" Movement
 
How This Vienna Suburb Became the Center of the "Raw Art" Movement
 
 
10 Reasons Why You Need to Visit Norway's Epic Coast
 
 
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10 Reasons Why You Need to Visit Norway's Epic Coast
 
 
These Windows Tint With a Flick of a Switch
 
These Windows Tint With a Flick of a Switch
 
 
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See the Northern Lights with the Hurtigruten Cruise and Air Package
 
A Senator Speaks Out Against Confederate Monuments… in 1910
 
A Senator Speaks Out Against Confederate Monuments… in 1910
 
 
Could This Strange Fluid Prevent Concussions and Twisted Ankles?
 
Could This Strange Fluid Prevent Concussions and Twisted Ankles?
 
 
How Japan's Bear-Worshipping Indigenous Group Fought Its Way to Cultural Relevance
 
How Japan's Bear-Worshipping Indigenous Group Fought Its Way to Cultural Relevance
 
 
How Korean Fried Chicken, AKA "Candy Chicken" Became a Transnational Comfort Food
 
How Korean Fried Chicken, AKA "Candy Chicken" Became a Transnational Comfort Food
 
 
This Worm Hasn't Had Sex in 18 Million Years
 
This Worm Hasn't Had Sex in 18 Million Years
 
 
How Nicholas Culpeper Brought Medicine to the People
 
How Nicholas Culpeper Brought Medicine to the People
 
 
How Ex-Hurricane Ophelia Turned Skies Red Over the U.K
 
How Ex-Hurricane Ophelia Turned Skies Red Over the U.K
 
 
25 Images Capture at-Risk Heritage Sites of the Latest World Monuments Watch
 
25 Images Capture at-Risk Heritage Sites of the Latest World Monuments Watch
 
 
The Real-Life Whale That Gave Moby Dick His Name
 
The Real-Life Whale That Gave Moby Dick His Name
 
 
Now You Can Virtually Visit Quttinirpaaq National Park, One of the Most Remote Places on Earth
 
Now You Can Virtually Visit Quttinirpaaq National Park, One of the Most Remote Places on Earth
 
 
Five Things to Know About 2017 Man Booker Prize Winner George Saunders
 
Five Things to Know About 2017 Man Booker Prize Winner George Saunders
 
 
Today in History
 
On this day in 1767, Charles Mason and Jeremiah Dixon finished surveying the boundaries between the Maryland and Pennsylvania colonies. The Mason-Dixon Line, as their work was later dubbed, infamously went on to divide "free" and "slave" states following the Missouri Compromise of 1820. Read about the long and violent border dispute that first led to the creation of the line.
 
 
 
 
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The temple lively celebration,is the most representative of Taiwan's traditional culture.  Face painting symbolizes the gods, when God possessed person, they are not afraid of firecrackers.  Which is Taiwan's art, like real divinity.
 
"Array" Photo by Rossi Fang
 
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