Friday, April 28, 2017

Explore China's Ancient Water Towns, Why Humpback Whales Whisper to One Another, The Embarrassing Start of Washington's Congress and More

 
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Explore China's Ancient Water Towns
 
Explore China's Ancient Water Towns
 
 
Students' Brains Sync Up When They're in an Engaging Class, Neuroscience Shows
 
Students’ Brains Sync Up When They’re in an Engaging Class, Neuroscience Shows
 
 
George Washington's Congress Got Off to an Embarrassing Start
 
George Washington's Congress Got Off to an Embarrassing Start
 
 
Scientists Extract DNA From Ancient Humans Out of Cave Dirt
 
Scientists Extract DNA From Ancient Humans Out of Cave Dirt
 
 
How Woodrow Wilson's Propaganda Machine Changed American Journalism
 
How Woodrow Wilson’s Propaganda Machine Changed American Journalism
 
 
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Hike in the Footsteps of Teddy Roosevelt
 
Hike in the Footsteps of Teddy Roosevelt
 
 
There's No Snoozing In Class With This Chemistry App
 
There's No Snoozing In Class With This Chemistry App
 
 
Does Creativity Breed Inequality In Cities?
 
Does Creativity Breed Inequality In Cities?
 
 
Times Square's Glitzy Look was One Man's Bright Idea
 
Times Square's Glitzy Look was One Man's Bright Idea
 
 
If You Want to See Thousands of Fireflies Light Up at Once, Head to the Great Smoky Mountains
 
If You Want to See Thousands of Fireflies Light Up at Once, Head to the Great Smoky Mountains
 
 
The Women Warriors of the Russian Revolution
 
The Women Warriors of the Russian Revolution
 
 
Using a New Roadmap to Democratize Climate Change
 
Using a New Roadmap to Democratize Climate Change
 
 
The World's Punniest Humans Are Heading to Texas
 
The World's Punniest Humans Are Heading to Texas
 
 
How Humble Moss Healed the Wounds of Thousands in World War I
 
How Humble Moss Healed the Wounds of Thousands in World War I
 
 
A Nude Sculpture of George Washington is Coming to New York
 
A Nude Sculpture of George Washington is Coming to New York
 
 
Today in History
 
On this day in 1789, a handful of crewmen aboard the HMS Bounty overthrew its captain, William Bligh, and seized the ship. The tale of the mutiny has been immortalized in print and on screen, but do you know what happened after the story trails off? Read about Bligh's mission to Jamaica.
 
 
 
 
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Borders are not natural, they are made by man. May it be between places, races, cultures, and fence or between illiteracy and education. On one side of the border lies the children who are devoid of education. The most common reason of illiteracy among children is poverty, which is nothing but the result of corruption. Again, poverty and child labour are inevitably bound together.
 
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