Wednesday, January 18, 2017

Could Humans Hibernate?, An App Could Tell You When You're Getting Sick, Why America Has a “President” Instead of an “Exalted Highness” and More

 
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Can Humans Ever Harness the Power of Hibernation?
 
Can Humans Ever Harness the Power of Hibernation?
 
 
This Artificial Sixth Sense Helps Humans Orient Themselves in the World
 
This Artificial Sixth Sense Helps Humans Orient Themselves in the World
 
 
Where We Got the Term
 
Where We Got the Term “Banana Republic”
 
 
Embrace Your Inner Pioneer on the Columbia and Snake Rivers
 
 
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Over 12 Million Pages of CIA Documents Are Now Accessible Online
 
Over 12 Million Pages of CIA Documents Are Now Accessible Online
 
 
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What If an App Could Tell You When You're Getting Sick?
 
What If an App Could Tell You When You're Getting Sick?
 
 
One in Five People May Be Able to "Hear" a Flash of Light
 
One in Five People May Be Able to "Hear" a Flash of Light
 
 
Dueling Theories on the Cause of
 
Dueling Theories on the Cause of “Fairy Circles” Could Both Be Right
 
 
What the First European to Visit Hawaii Thought About Surfers
 
What the First European to Visit Hawaii Thought About Surfers
 
 
Why America Has a
 
Why America Has a “President” Instead of an “Exalted Highness”
 
 
The First Sighting of a Black Hole
 
The First Sighting of a Black Hole
 
 
This Hollywood Titan Foresaw the Horrors of Nazi Germany
 
This Hollywood Titan Foresaw the Horrors of Nazi Germany
 
 
Second Group of the Once-Extinct African Oryx to Be Released Into the Wild
 
Second Group of the Once-Extinct African Oryx to Be Released Into the Wild
 
 
Today in History
 
In 1964, the original World Trade Center's plans were unveiled to the public. Less than four decades later, the 9/11 terror attacks would destroy the storied skyscraper, killing almost 3,000 people. Read about the only artwork to survive the attack on the World Trade Center, Fritz Koenig’s statue "Sphere for Plaza Fountain."
 
 
 
 
Photo of the Day
 
Shoe maker working in a   unorganized enviorment and chaotic work.
 
"Step by Step" Photo by João Borges
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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