Wednesday, July 26, 2017

Fifty Years After Detroit's Upheaval, The World's Deepest Freshwater Swimming Holes, Why the Vatican Shut Off Its Fountains and More

 
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Understanding Detroit's 1967 Upheaval 50 Years Later
 
Understanding Detroit’s 1967 Upheaval 50 Years Later
 
 
Dive into Five of the World's Deepest Freshwater Swimming Holes
 
Dive into Five of the World's Deepest Freshwater Swimming Holes
 
 
A Brief History of American Dead Letter Offices
 
A Brief History of American Dead Letter Offices
 
 
Roomba Wants to Sell Maps of Your Home
 
Roomba Wants to Sell Maps of Your Home
 
 
The Lady Anatomist Who Brought Dead Bodies to Light
 
The Lady Anatomist Who Brought Dead Bodies to Light
 
 
The Complicated Growth of 4-H
 
The Complicated Growth of 4-H
 
 
This 1943
 
This 1943 “Hellish Cloud” Was the Most Vivid Warning of LA’s Smog Problems to Come
 
 
Last Orca Born at SeaWorld Dies
 
Last Orca Born at SeaWorld Dies
 
 
New Artificial Spider Silk: Stronger Than Steel and 98 Percent Water
 
New Artificial Spider Silk: Stronger Than Steel and 98 Percent Water
 
 
Yes, Sperm Counts Have Been Steadily Declining—But Don't Freeze Your Sperm Yet
 
Yes, Sperm Counts Have Been Steadily Declining—But Don’t Freeze Your Sperm Yet
 
 
Museum Offers $15,000 Per Character to Decipher Oracle Bone Script
 
Museum Offers $15,000 Per Character to Decipher Oracle Bone Script
 
 
200 Objects Damaged After Lightning Sets Fire to French Museum
 
200 Objects Damaged After Lightning Sets Fire to French Museum
 
 
Seven Gorgeous Waterfalls to Chase in Taiwan
 
Seven Gorgeous Waterfalls to Chase in Taiwan
 
 
 The First Pet Position in the Trump White House Will Remain Open—for Meow
 
The First Pet Position in the Trump White House Will Remain Open—for Meow
 
 
Vatican Shuts Off Its Historic Fountains in Midst of Scorching Drought
 
Vatican Shuts Off Its Historic Fountains in Midst of Scorching Drought
 
 
Five Fascinating Facts About Carl Jung
 
Five Fascinating Facts About Carl Jung
 
 
New Video Game Parodies What it Means to Be an Art World Star
 
New Video Game Parodies What it Means to Be an Art World Star
 
 
Interact With the First 3-D Scan of the Rosetta Stone
 
Interact With the First 3-D Scan of the Rosetta Stone
 
 
Today in History
 
On this day in 1903, two men, traveling from San Francisco to New York, completed the first automobile trip across the United States in 63 days. But six years later, Alice Ramsey, just 22 years old, bested their record. Read about how fast Ramsey completed the feat.
 
 
 
 
Photo of the Day
 
First shot from a series titled "Shoes And Souls."  All photos in the series are taken at the same bus stop on Broadway in Downtown Los Angeles.
 
"Shoes and Souls" Photo by Greg Goyo Vargas
 
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