Wednesday, January 25, 2017

Asteroid Collision Is Raining Rocks on Earth, Mark Twain Fairy Tale Unearthed, Collecting Deadly Spiders and More

 
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New Mark Twain Fairy Tale Unearthed
 
New Mark Twain Fairy Tale Unearthed
 
 
This Soft Exosuit Could Help People Walk Farther, Easier
 
This Soft Exosuit Could Help People Walk Farther, Easier
 
 
Ancient Asteroid Collision Is Still Raining Space Rocks Down on Earth
 
Ancient Asteroid Collision Is Still Raining Space Rocks Down on Earth
 
 
Cruise The Coastal Treasures of the Historic South
 
 
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New Exhibition Highlights Art Inspired by Standing Rock
 
New Exhibition Highlights Art Inspired by Standing Rock
 
 
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The Legacy of the Apollo 1 Disaster
 
The Legacy of the Apollo 1 Disaster
 
 
One of These Five Finalists Could Make It to the Moon in 2017
 
One of These Five Finalists Could Make It to the Moon in 2017
 
 
Earwax: Coming To a Home Air Filtration System Near You?
 
Earwax: Coming To a Home Air Filtration System Near You?
 
 
Australian Zoo Calls for Public Help Collecting One of the World's Deadliest Spiders
 
Australian Zoo Calls for Public Help Collecting One of the World's Deadliest Spiders
 
 
Historians, Government Officials Clash Over Polish History at New Museum
 
Historians, Government Officials Clash Over Polish History at New Museum
 
 
For Scientists, Chunks of Whale Earwax Can Be Biological Treasure Troves
 
For Scientists, Chunks of Whale Earwax Can Be Biological Treasure Troves
 
 
Gung Haggis Fat Choy: This Canadian Celebration Combines Robert Burns Night and Chinese New Year
 
Gung Haggis Fat Choy: This Canadian Celebration Combines Robert Burns Night and Chinese New Year
 
 
This Famous American Clown Was (Probably) a Model for Uncle Sam
 
This Famous American Clown Was (Probably) a Model for Uncle Sam
 
 
TV's Longest-Running Soap Opera Was First Broadcast 80 Years Ago
 
TV's Longest-Running Soap Opera Was First Broadcast 80 Years Ago
 
 
How to Create an Insect Habitat in Your Garden
 
How to Create an Insect Habitat in Your Garden
 
 
Today in History
 
In 1890, journalist Nellie Bly set a world record by circumnavigating the globe in 72 days. She embarked on the adventure to beat the fictitious trip taken in Jules Verne's Around the World in 80 Days. Little did Bly when she began her trip that she was also competing against a real person. Find out how Bly made history and finished before a reporter from a rival publication.
 
 
 
 
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This game is known as 'Well of death 'in Bangladesh. Without taking any real protection the racers give people pure amusement. Very often they suffer from serious injuries.
 
"Well of Death" Photo by Mahfuzul Islam Rahat
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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