Thursday, July 27, 2017

Why Does NOAA Still Send Pilots Into Hurricanes?, The Mystery of the "Armenian Stonehenge," Ten Things We've Learned about Sharks and More

 
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A Brand New U.S. Weather Service Joined the Race in 1878 to Observe a Solar Eclipse
 
A Brand New U.S. Weather Service Joined the Race in 1878 to Observe a Solar Eclipse
 
 
Ten Things We've Learned about Sharks Since Last Shark Week
 
Ten Things We've Learned about Sharks Since Last Shark Week
 
 
Slugs Inspire Super-Strong Glue to Seal Wounds
 
Slugs Inspire Super-Strong Glue to Seal Wounds
 
 
Unraveling the Mystery of the "Armenian Stonehenge"
 
Unraveling the Mystery of the "Armenian Stonehenge"
 
 
Why Does NOAA Still Send Pilots Into Hurricanes?
 
Why Does NOAA Still Send Pilots Into Hurricanes?
 
 
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The Long, Painful History of Police Brutality in the U.S.
 
The Long, Painful History of Police Brutality in the U.S.
 
 
¡Salud! to the Mexican-American Wine Revolution
 
¡Salud! to the Mexican-American Wine Revolution
 
 
Why Does NOAA Still Send Pilots Into Hurricanes?
 
Why Does NOAA Still Send Pilots Into Hurricanes?
 
 
America Has Been Struggling With the Metric System For Almost 230 Years
 
America Has Been Struggling With the Metric System For Almost 230 Years
 
 
Trace Amounts of Pesticide Found in Ben & Jerry's Ice Cream
 
Trace Amounts of Pesticide Found in Ben & Jerry’s Ice Cream
 
 
Auschwitz Museum Announces First Traveling Exhibition of Artifacts
 
Auschwitz Museum Announces First Traveling Exhibition of Artifacts
 
 
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On this day in 1940, Bugs Bunny asked "What’s Up, Doc?" for the first time. The wascally wabbit has since appeared in over 150 films and become a cultural icon. Find out what gives Bugs Bunny his lasting power.
 
 
 
 
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