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"Smart Glasses" Adjust To Your Vision Automatically, What Geology Says About Building a Border Wall, The Ballad of the Boombox and More

"Smart Glasses" Adjust To Your Vision Automatically, What Geology Says About Building a Border Wall, The Ballad of the Boombox and More

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Smithsonian Weekender    FEBRUARY 2017

What Geology Has to Say About Building a 1,000-Mile Border Wall

Compared to erecting a marble palace or high-steepled church, a wall may seem relatively straightforward—it isn’t

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There are many hurdles to building the proposed border wall. And skimping on any steps means that "big, beautiful" wall won't stand for long. (Lukasz Lawreszuk / Alamy Stock Photo)

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