Wednesday, July 19, 2017

The True Story of Dunkirk, Could You Crash Into a Black Hole?, The Tragedy of England's Nine-Day Queen and More

 
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The True Story of Dunkirk, As Told Through the Heroism of the
 
The True Story of Dunkirk, As Told Through the Heroism of the “Medway Queen”
 
 
Nine-Year-Old Accidentally Discovers a Stegomastodon Fossil in New Mexico
 
Nine-Year-Old Accidentally Discovers a Stegomastodon Fossil in New Mexico
 
 
Could You Crash Into a Black Hole?
 
Could You Crash Into a Black Hole?
 
 
When New York City Rioted Over Hamlet Being Too British
 
When New York City Rioted Over Hamlet Being Too British
 
 
The Tragic Story of England's Nine-Day Queen
 
The Tragic Story of England’s Nine-Day Queen
 
 
Six Artists Record the Vestiges of War in the Faces of Combatants
 
Six Artists Record the Vestiges of War in the Faces of Combatants
 
 
How Human Noise Ruins Parks for Animals and People
 
How Human Noise Ruins Parks for Animals and People
 
 
Only One Woman Who Was at the Seneca Falls Women's Rights Convention Lived to See Women Win the Vote
 
Only One Woman Who Was at the Seneca Falls Women's Rights Convention Lived to See Women Win the Vote
 
 
New Study Has a Bone to Pick With Dog Domestication Findings
 
New Study Has a Bone to Pick With Dog Domestication Findings
 
 
Artifacts Show the Sometimes-Violent Nature of American Democracy
 
Artifacts Show the Sometimes-Violent Nature of American Democracy
 
 
Today in History
 
On this day in 1848, the first-ever woman’s rights convention in the United States convened in Seneca Falls, New York. Some 300 attendees gathered in the Wesleyan Chapel for two days of deliberations. Here are five things to know about the document the convention produced: the Declaration of Sentiments.
 
 
 
 
Photo of the Day
 
Picture taken from the trail big beehive. We can clearly see the rock flour carried into the lake by melt-water from the glaciers above. It's this phenomenon that give this turquoise colour to the lake.
 
"Kayaking on Lake Louise" Photo by Yohan Dumortier
 
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