Thursday, April 13, 2017

The CIA's Midcentury Mind-Control Project, NASA Puts Earth Up for Adoption, Slumber With Skeletons at This New York Museum and More

 
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What We Know About the CIA's Midcentury Mind-Control Project
 
What We Know About the CIA's Midcentury Mind-Control Project
 
 
These 20th-Century Technologists Sure Knew How to Throw a Party
 
These 20th-Century Technologists Sure Knew How to Throw a Party
 
 
NASA Puts Earth Up for Adoption
 
NASA Puts Earth Up for Adoption
 
 
In a Czar-less Russia, Winning Was Easy. Governing Was Harder.
 
In a Czar-less Russia, Winning Was Easy. Governing Was Harder.
 
 
Seduced By a Rare Parrot
 
Seduced By a Rare Parrot
 
 
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A Penguin Colony's Rise and Fall, Recorded in Poop
 
A Penguin Colony's Rise and Fall, Recorded in Poop
 
 
Scientists Can Tell What Fish Live Where Based On DNA In the Water
 
Scientists Can Tell What Fish Live Where Based On DNA In the Water
 
 
Mars Has Metal in Its Atmosphere
 
Mars Has Metal in Its Atmosphere
 
 
The Tournament Scrabble Dictionary Contains More Than A Hundred Slurs
 
The Tournament Scrabble Dictionary Contains More Than A Hundred Slurs
 
 
Digital Tombstone Brings the Dead Back to Life
 
Digital Tombstone Brings the Dead Back to Life
 
 
Slumber With Skeletons at This New York Museum
 
Slumber With Skeletons at This New York Museum
 
 
Gut Check: Mandrills Sniff Poop to Avoid Peers With Parasites
 
Gut Check: Mandrills Sniff Poop to Avoid Peers With Parasites
 
 
The Spysat and the Shuttle
 
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The First Space Shuttle Met Up With a Spysat in Orbit
 
 
Black Marble Photo Shows Off Earth's Darker Side
 
Black Marble Photo Shows Off Earth's Darker Side
 
 
Fashion Made From Cow Poo Wins Innovation Award
 
Fashion Made From Cow Poo Wins Innovation Award
 
 
Today in History
 
In 1743, Thomas Jefferson was born in Shadwell, Virginia. Author of the Declaration of Independence and the third president of the United States, the founding father's impact on the country is immutable. Read how scholars are constantly re-examining Jefferson's life and debating his legacy.
 
 
 
 
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<br>I fear we get up one day in future and see we have changed, but not felt it.</br>  <br>Everything is normal Around us, But something has been changed</br>  <br>not necessarily having cause, not any explanation.</br>  <br>Perhaps like the famous story</br>  <br>The Metamorphosis, Kafka</br>
 
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