Monday, January 30, 2017

Using Your Heartbeat as a Password, Smithsonian's First Beer Scholar, Is Mount Everest Shorter? and More

 
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Humans Threaten Over 100 Precious Natural Heritage Sites
 
Humans Threaten Over 100 Precious Natural Heritage Sites
 
 
Raise a Glass to the Smithsonian's First Beer Scholar
 
Raise a Glass to the Smithsonian's First Beer Scholar
 
 
Using Your Heartbeat as a Password
 
Using Your Heartbeat as a Password
 
 
Smithsonian Subscribing Members Could Save on Auto Insurance!
 
 
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Smithsonian Subscribing Members Could Save on Auto Insurance!
 
 
 
Canadian Scientists Explain Exactly How Their Government Silenced Science
 
Canadian Scientists Explain Exactly How Their Government Silenced Science
 
 
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Did an Earthquake Make Mount Everest Shorter? New Expedition Aims to Find Out
 
Did an Earthquake Make Mount Everest Shorter? New Expedition Aims to Find Out
 
 
One of the Last Links to the Inner Nazi Circle Dies at 106
 
One of the Last Links to the Inner Nazi Circle Dies at 106
 
 
In One 1968 Presentation, This Inventor Shaped Modern Computing
 
In One 1968 Presentation, This Inventor Shaped Modern Computing
 
 
On the Eve of the Russian Revolution, a Palace Coup Seemed Inevitable, But Where Would it Come From?
 
On the Eve of the Russian Revolution, a Palace Coup Seemed Inevitable, But Where Would it Come From?
 
 
The Royal Archives Reveals the Hidden Genius Behind George III's
 
The Royal Archives Reveals the Hidden Genius Behind George III’s “Madness”
 
 
Fred Korematsu Fought Against Japanese Internment in the Supreme Court… and Lost
 
Fred Korematsu Fought Against Japanese Internment in the Supreme Court… and Lost
 
 
Take a Rare Look Inside FDR's WWII Information Center: The Map Room
 
Take a Rare Look Inside FDR’s WWII Information Center: The Map Room
 
 
Why Paleontologists Should Love Meat-Eaters
 
Why Paleontologists Should Love Meat-Eaters
 
 
New Calculations Reposition the Geographical Center of North America
 
New Calculations Reposition the Geographical Center of North America
 
 
Today in History
 
In 1835, President Andrew Jackson narrowly escaped an assassination attempt when a house painter named Richard Lawrence missed his shot. The incident was the first attempted assassination of a sitting U.S. president. Read about the legacy Jackson left behind by being the first to rail against the "establishment."
 
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Chameleon on the Avenue de Baobab, Morondava, Madagascar
 
"Chamaleon Under Baobabs" Photo by Ivan Pedretti
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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