Friday, January 6, 2017

52-Million-Year-Old Tomatillos, The Market Crash That Cost Newton a Fortune, Thousands of Kinder Eggs Washed Up on a Beach and More

 
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Researchers Uncover Fossils of 52-Million-Year-Old Tomatillos
 
Researchers Uncover Fossils of 52-Million-Year-Old Tomatillos
 
 
There Are Only Two Shakers Left in the World
 
There Are Only Two Shakers Left in the World
 
 
Video: Why Should Humans Care About Preserving the Diversity of Life on Earth?
 
Video: Why Should Humans Care About Preserving the Diversity of Life on Earth?
 
 
NASA Just Announced Two New Missions, But Shelved Others
 
NASA Just Announced Two New Missions, But Shelved Others
 
 
Why Were Electric Cars Once Advertised as "Ladies' Cars"?
 
Why Were Electric Cars Once Advertised as "Ladies' Cars"?
 
 
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Finland Has a New Social Experiment: Giving People Free Money
 
Finland Has a New Social Experiment: Giving People Free Money
 
 
For Hummingbirds, the World Moves as Fast As They Do
 
For Hummingbirds, the World Moves as Fast As They Do
 
 
Michael Jackson, Donald Trump and Other Famous Americans Who Escaped Brushes With Death
 
Michael Jackson, Donald Trump and Other Famous Americans Who Escaped Brushes With Death
 
 
In This New Portrait, George Washington Trades His Wig for a Man Bun
 
In This New Portrait, George Washington Trades His Wig for a Man Bun
 
 
The Market Crash That Cost Newton a Fortune
 
The Market Crash That Cost Newton a Fortune
 
 
New Study Confirms There Was No Global Warming Hiatus
 
New Study Confirms There Was No Global Warming Hiatus
 
 
The Everyday Struggle of a Child Whose Parents Are Incarcerated
 
The Everyday Struggle of a Child Whose Parents Are Incarcerated
 
 
An Iceberg Larger Than Rhode Island Is Poised to Break From Antarctica
 
An Iceberg Larger Than Rhode Island Is Poised to Break From Antarctica
 
 
Tens of Thousands of Kinder Surprise Eggs Washed Up on a German Beach
 
Tens of Thousands of Kinder Surprise Eggs Washed Up on a German Beach
 
 
Today in History
 
In 1838, Samuel Morse demonstrated his revolutionary telegraph system for the first time. Just a short few years later, telegraphs would be transmitting messages across the Atlantic. Find out how the telegraph forever changed how we communicate.
 
 
 
 
Photo of the Day
 
Every Chinese New Year at full moon, there are big celebration including the fire dragon dance.
 
"Fire Dragon Celebrating Chinese New Year"
Photo by Adam Wong
 
 
 
 
 
 
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