Wednesday, January 11, 2017

Why Puppies Love Baby Talk, Earth's Moon Could Be Made From 20 Mini Moons, Could Flickering Lights Help Treat Alzheimer’s? and More

 
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Your Guide to All Things Anthropocene
 
Your Guide to All Things Anthropocene
 
 
The Speech and Bible From George Washington's First Inauguration Made History Many Times Over
 
The Speech and Bible From George Washington's First Inauguration Made History Many Times Over
 
 
Why Puppies Love Baby Talk
 
Why Puppies Love Baby Talk
 
 
Cruise Through History on a Mississippi River Cruise
 
 
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Earth's Moon Could Be Made From 20 Mini Moons
 
Earth's Moon Could Be Made From 20 Mini Moons
 
 
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These Blind Mice Just Got a Vision Boost Thanks to a New Transplant Technique. Could Blind Humans Be Next?
 
These Blind Mice Just Got a Vision Boost Thanks to a New Transplant Technique. Could Blind Humans Be Next?
 
 
People Have Tried to Make U.S. Cigarette Warning Labels More Graphic for Decades
 
People Have Tried to Make U.S. Cigarette Warning Labels More Graphic for Decades
 
 
Stories of Sports Champions in the African American History Museum Prove the Goal Posts Were Set Higher
 
Stories of Sports Champions in the African American History Museum Prove the Goal Posts Were Set Higher
 
 
Could Flickering Lights Help Treat Alzheimer's?
 
Could Flickering Lights Help Treat Alzheimer’s?
 
 
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The Hot Toddy: A “Medicinal” Drink That Might Actually Work
 
 
Warming Oceans Could Make These Seafood Favorites Toxic
 
Warming Oceans Could Make These Seafood Favorites Toxic
 
 
Today in History
 
In 1579, the first-recorded lottery in England was drawn in London's St. Paul's Cathedral. Elizabeth I held it in order to raise money for public projects. Find out what the lucky winner would receive, in addition to £5,000 in cash.
 
 
 
 
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Bromo Tengger Semeru National Park is a national park in East Java, Indonesia, which is situated in the administrative region of Pasuruan, Malang, Lumajang and Probolinggo. The park is west-eastern stretch of about 20-30 kilometers and a north-south about 40 km is established since 1982 with a total area of about 50276.3 ha. In this area there is a sea of sand which covers the caldera ± 6290 ha. Limit caldera sea of sand in the form of steep walls, the height between 200-700 meters. And in this area, we can see the famous mountains, like Batok Mountain, Bromo Mountain and Semeru Mountain.
 
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