Friday, July 28, 2017

Hollywood's Most Destructive Witch Hunt, The Birth of the Blue Chrysanthemum, Examining Germany's Legendary "Founding Battle" and More

 
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Holy Guacamole: How the Hass Avocado Conquered the World
 
Holy Guacamole: How the Hass Avocado Conquered the World
 
 
Why North Korea Needs an Enemy Like America to Survive
 
Why North Korea Needs an Enemy Like America to Survive
 
 
This Breathtaking Landscape Is Canada's Newest Protected Area
 
This Breathtaking Landscape Is Canada's Newest Protected Area
 
 
A Train Company Crashed Two Trains. You Will Believe What Happened Next
 
A Train Company Crashed Two Trains. You Will Believe What Happened Next
 
 
The Secret Ingredient in Kellogg's Corn Flakes Is Seventh-Day Adventism
 
The Secret Ingredient in Kellogg’s Corn Flakes Is Seventh-Day Adventism
 
 
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Guess What? Space is Full of Booze
 
Guess What? Space is Full of Booze
 
 
Does the Narwhal's Majestic Tusk Have a Point?
 
Does the Narwhal's Majestic Tusk Have a Point?
 
 
Why Are Tardigrades the World's Hardiest Creature? DNA Offers Clues
 
Why Are Tardigrades the World's Hardiest Creature? DNA Offers Clues
 
 
The Scientific Feat that Birthed the Blue Chrysanthemum
 
The Scientific Feat that Birthed the Blue Chrysanthemum
 
 
Three Things to Know About the Buffalo Soldiers
 
Three Things to Know About the Buffalo Soldiers
 
 
The Columnist Who Shaped Hollywood's Most Destructive Witch Hunt
 
The Columnist Who Shaped Hollywood's Most Destructive Witch Hunt
 
 
Soak Up Taiwan's Hot Springs Culture in These Five Natural Baths
 
Soak Up Taiwan's Hot Springs Culture in These Five Natural Baths
 
 
Half of Our Atoms May Come From Other Galaxies
 
Half of Our Atoms May Come From Other Galaxies
 
 
New Excavation Will Examine Germany's Legendary "Founding Battle"
 
New Excavation Will Examine Germany's Legendary "Founding Battle"
 
 
Astronaut Captures 'Awesome Sauce' of Aurora From Space
 
Astronaut Captures 'Awesome Sauce' of Aurora From Space
 
 
Today in History
 
On this day in 1866, Helen Beatrix Potter was born in South Kensington, London. The English writer, illustrator, conservationist, scientist and entrepreneur is best remembered for her children's books. Read how she pioneered the field of character merchandising.
 
 
 
 
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Decoratively dyed bundles of incense dry in Quang Phu Cau, a commune in Hanoi, Vietnam. In Buddhist countries like India,  China, Thailand, Japan, Vietnam.. incense is an irreplaceable part of traditional festivals and religious ceremonies. It is also considered as a sacred bridge to connect the visible life of human beings and the world of heaven, earth and gods. Incense has been a hallmark of Orient culture for thousands of years.
 
"Making Incense" Photo by Tran Tuan Viet
 
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