Friday, January 13, 2017

These Tiny Herbivores Could Stage a Coral Reef Rescue, The Best Way to Get Ketchup Out of the Bottle, You Can Write Inside Mark Twain's Library and More

 
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In the Darkest Days of World War II, Winston Churchill's Visit to the White House Brought Hope to Washington
 
In the Darkest Days of World War II, Winston Churchill’s Visit to the White House Brought Hope to Washington
 
 
These Itsy-Bitsy Herbivores Could Stage a Huge Coral Reef Rescue
 
These Itsy-Bitsy Herbivores Could Stage a Huge Coral Reef Rescue
 
 
Turmeric May Be Tasty, But It's Not a Cure-All
 
Turmeric May Be Tasty, But It’s Not a Cure-All
 
 
You've Been Slurping Ramen All Wrong
 
You've Been Slurping Ramen All Wrong
 
 
When Is Sex Worth Going the Distance? When You're a Salamander, Apparently
 
When Is Sex Worth Going the Distance? When You’re a Salamander, Apparently
 
 
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A Four-Year-Old Bibliophile Is the Library of Congress' Latest Guest Librarian
 
A Four-Year-Old Bibliophile Is the Library of Congress' Latest Guest Librarian
 
 
How Mobile Technology Can Help Universities Combat Depression
 
How Mobile Technology Can Help Universities Combat Depression
 
 
America's Long-Overdue Opioid Revolution Is Finally Here
 
America's Long-Overdue Opioid Revolution Is Finally Here
 
 
A Brief History of Food as Art
 
A Brief History of Food as Art
 
 
You Can Write Inside Mark Twain's Library
 
You Can Write Inside Mark Twain’s Library
 
 
A Physicist Figured Out the Best Way to Get Ketchup Out of the Bottle
 
A Physicist Figured Out the Best Way to Get Ketchup Out of the Bottle
 
 
This 1951 Prison B-Movie Inspired
 
This 1951 Prison B-Movie Inspired “Folsom Prison Blues”
 
 
Since First Successfully Used 75 Years Ago, Ejection Seats Have Saved Thousands
 
Since First Successfully Used 75 Years Ago, Ejection Seats Have Saved Thousands
 
 
New National Monuments Highlight Reconstruction and Civil Rights History
 
New National Monuments Highlight Reconstruction and Civil Rights History
 
 
Austin Is Looking for Its First Artist-in-Residence
 
Austin Is Looking for Its First Artist-in-Residence
 
 
Orca Moms Might Go Into Menopause Because of Their Daughters
 
Orca Moms Might Go Into Menopause Because of Their Daughters
 
 
The Little-Remembered Ally Who Helped America Win the Revolution
 
The Little-Remembered Ally Who Helped America Win the Revolution
 
 
A Wise Monkey Knows How Little He Knows
 
A Wise Monkey Knows How Little He Knows
 
 
Bruce Springsteen Is Getting His Own Archive
 
Bruce Springsteen Is Getting His Own Archive
 
 
Quiz: How Much Do You Know About Presidential Food?
 
Quiz: How Much Do You Know About Presidential Food?
 
 
Today in History
 
In 1929, an 80-year-old Wyatt Earp died in Los Angeles, California. It was a quiet end for the Wild West lawman who had taken part in the famous gunfight at the O.K. Corral. See what the historic Arizona frontier town looks like today.
 
 
 
 
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An old nun walking slowly next to the chapel of Notre-Dame du Hau in Ronchamp, France.
 
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