Tuesday, January 17, 2017

How Fluid Dynamics Can Help You Navigate Crowds, The Coldest Object on Earth, This Altar Cloth Might Have Been Queen Elizabeth I's Skirt and More

 
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Eleven Times When Americans Have Marched in Protest on Washington
 
Eleven Times When Americans Have Marched in Protest on Washington
 
 
How Fluid Dynamics Can Help You Navigate Crowds
 
How Fluid Dynamics Can Help You Navigate Crowds
 
 
Austrian Town Seeks Professional Hermit
 
Austrian Town Seeks Professional Hermit
 
 
Scientists Make the Coldest Object on Earth
 
Scientists Make the Coldest Object on Earth
 
 
Benjamin Franklin Was a Middle-Aged Widow Named Silence Dogood (And a Few Other Women)
 
Benjamin Franklin Was a Middle-Aged Widow Named Silence Dogood (And a Few Other Women)
 
 
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Scientists Spot Massive Wave in Venus' Atmosphere
 
Scientists Spot Massive Wave in Venus' Atmosphere
 
 
Scores of Dolphins Are Stranded in the Everglades
 
Scores of Dolphins Are Stranded in the Everglades
 
 
This Cuban Cartoonist Drew the Cold War for MAD Magazine
 
This Cuban Cartoonist Drew the Cold War for MAD Magazine
 
 
Have Scientists Found a Way to Actually Reduce the Effects of Aging?
 
Have Scientists Found a Way to Actually Reduce the Effects of Aging?
 
 
Disappearing Puffins Bring an Icelandic Hunting Tradition Under Scrutiny
 
Disappearing Puffins Bring an Icelandic Hunting Tradition Under Scrutiny
 
 
Eugene Cernan: The Last Man on the Moon and So Much More
 
Eugene Cernan: The Last Man on the Moon and So Much More
 
 
This Altar Cloth Might Have Been Queen Elizabeth I's Skirt
 
This Altar Cloth Might Have Been Queen Elizabeth I’s Skirt
 
 
Take a Smithsonian Tour of All Things Presidential
 
Take a Smithsonian Tour of All Things Presidential
 
 
Colo, the World's First Gorilla Born in Captivity, Is Dead
 
Colo, the World's First Gorilla Born in Captivity, Is Dead
 
 
Today in History
 
In 1806, James Madison Randolph, the grandson of Thomas Jefferson, became the first child born in the White House. Martha Randolph's son, James holds a special place in the annals of White House history, but he's far from the only offspring to have caused a stir in the White House. Find out the history of President Cleveland's "problem child."
 
 
 
 
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One of the most beautiful hill stations in Kerala, India. Munnar is haven during monsoon as the nature surprises you with amazing clouds and mists! I took this on one of my trips to Munnar during a monsoon season!
 
"Munnar" Photo by Mustafa Abdulhadi
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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