Tuesday, January 10, 2017

The Richest Person to Ever Live, A "Living Bandage," How the Knights Templar Came to Be and More

 
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Tear Your Meniscus? This
 
Tear Your Meniscus? This “Living Bandage” May Help
 
 
John D. Rockefeller Was the Richest Person To Ever Live. Period
 
John D. Rockefeller Was the Richest Person To Ever Live. Period
 
 
The Part of Your Brain That Recognizes Faces Continues Growing Later in Life
 
The Part of Your Brain That Recognizes Faces Continues Growing Later in Life
 
 
Catch a Star Exploding in Action in 2022
 
Catch a Star Exploding in Action in 2022
 
 
Murder, Marriage and the Pony Express: Ten Things You Didn't Know About Buffalo Bill
 
Murder, Marriage and the Pony Express: Ten Things You Didn’t Know About Buffalo Bill
 
 
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The Parking Garage Where Deep Throat Spilled the Beans on Watergate Is Being Torn Down
 
The Parking Garage Where Deep Throat Spilled the Beans on Watergate Is Being Torn Down
 
 
This Three-Wheeled, Battery-Powered Plastic Car-Bike Was a Giant Flop in 1985
 
This Three-Wheeled, Battery-Powered Plastic Car-Bike Was a Giant Flop in 1985
 
 
China Will Transform 100,000 Toilets for the Sake of Tourism
 
China Will Transform 100,000 Toilets for the Sake of Tourism
 
 
The Student and the Spy: How One Man's Life Was Changed by the Cambridge Five
 
The Student and the Spy: How One Man’s Life Was Changed by the Cambridge Five
 
 
The Legendary Reporter Who Broke the Beginning of World War II Is Dead
 
The Legendary Reporter Who Broke the Beginning of World War II Is Dead
 
 
  How the Knights Templar Came to Be
 
How the Knights Templar Came to Be
 
 
The Bee That Breaks Your Heart
 
The Bee That Breaks Your Heart
 
 
State Department Apologizes for the "Lavender Scare"
 
State Department Apologizes for the "Lavender Scare"
 
 
A Sneaky Asteroid Buzzed By Earth Yesterday
 
A Sneaky Asteroid Buzzed By Earth Yesterday
 
 
Today in History
 
In 1927, Fritz Lang's silent film Metropolis premiered in Berlin. The groundbreaking work imagined the dystopian world of 2026. But while some were enchanted by the feature-length stunner, others accused it of being too long and too Communist in its message. Read about how scientific knowledge influenced the famous movie.
 
 
 
 
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probably help to preserve this dying ritual ceremony in southeast asian.
 
"Fire Walking" Photo by Binh Duong
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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