Thursday, January 5, 2017

Fire May Have Helped Sink the 'Titanic,' Ten Sites Celebrating Major Anniversaries in 2017, Footprints Found at Ancient Hot Springs and More

 
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Feel the Music—Literally—With Some Help From New Synesthesia Research
 
Feel the Music—Literally—With Some Help From New Synesthesia Research
 
 
Footprints Found at Ancient Hot Springs Could Represent Earliest Settlement of Tibetan Plateau
 
Footprints Found at Ancient Hot Springs Could Represent Earliest Settlement of Tibetan Plateau
 
 
Mysterious Fast Radio Bursts Traced to Dwarf Galaxy in the Auriga Constellation
 
Mysterious Fast Radio Bursts Traced to Dwarf Galaxy in the Auriga Constellation
 
 
A Coal Fire May Have Helped Sink the 'Titanic'
 
A Coal Fire May Have Helped Sink the 'Titanic'
 
 
Lyft and Uber Want To Give Old Folks a Ride
 
Lyft and Uber Want To Give Old Folks a Ride
 
 
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We Can Thank Harry Truman For TV Politics
 
We Can Thank Harry Truman For TV Politics
 
 
A Portrait of Obama in the Final Days of His Presidency
 
A Portrait of Obama in the Final Days of His Presidency
 
 
The Master of Disguise of the Ocean Reveals Its Secrets
 
The Master of Disguise of the Ocean Reveals Its Secrets
 
 
Visit These Ten Sites Celebrating Major Anniversaries in 2017
 
Visit These Ten Sites Celebrating Major Anniversaries in 2017
 
 
The Far-Reaching Effects of American Incarceration
 
The Far-Reaching Effects of American Incarceration
 
 
Do Ocean Preserves Actually Work?
 
Do Ocean Preserves Actually Work?
 
 
After 39 Years of Wrongful Imprisonment, Ricky Jackson Is Finally Free
 
After 39 Years of Wrongful Imprisonment, Ricky Jackson Is Finally Free
 
 
The Injustice of Japanese-American Internment Camps Resonates Strongly to This Day
 
The Injustice of Japanese-American Internment Camps Resonates Strongly to This Day
 
 
California's Snow Sentinel
 
From Air & Space
 
This Airborne Observatory Eyes California's Mountaintop Water Reserves
 
 
Advice for Drivers From Dorothy Levitt, the Pre-War Racing Record Breaker You've Never Heard Of
 
Advice for Drivers From Dorothy Levitt, the Pre-War Racing Record Breaker You’ve Never Heard Of
 
 
Today in History
 
In 1920, for the price of $125,000, George Herman "Babe" Ruth went from wearing a Boston Red Sox cap to a New York Yankee one. The Sultan of Swat went on to help the Yanks win four World Series. Check out the best of the Babe with this new online archive.
 
 
 
 
Photo of the Day
 
On a hike above the bow river in the Banff National Park i discoverd two huge elks who came out of the forest. They decided to fight each other in the middle of the bow river in front of the Rocky Mountains. This was an incredible experience and for me a once in a lifetime shot!
 
"Fighting Bulls" Photo by Robert Sommer
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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