Tuesday, August 1, 2017

Glow-in-the-Dark Aliens, The World's Longest Pedestrian Suspension Bridge, How Salmon Could Revolutionize Sunscreen and More

 
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Could We See Glow-in-the-Dark Aliens From Earth?
 
Could We See Glow-in-the-Dark Aliens From Earth?
 
 
Big Brother Knows What You Look Like, and That's OK?
 
Big Brother Knows What You Look Like, and That's OK?
 
 
Switzerland Just Opened the World's Longest Pedestrian Suspension Bridge
 
Switzerland Just Opened the World’s Longest Pedestrian Suspension Bridge
 
 
The World Wide Web Was Almost Known as
 
The World Wide Web Was Almost Known as “The Mesh”
 
 
Why Salmon Sperm DNA Could Revolutionize Sunscreen
 
Why Salmon Sperm DNA Could Revolutionize Sunscreen
 
 
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The Best Night Markets for Midnight Snacking in Taipei
 
The Best Night Markets for Midnight Snacking in Taipei
 
 
Transporting a Live Elephant Is Exactly as Difficult as You Would Imagine
 
Transporting a Live Elephant Is Exactly as Difficult as You Would Imagine
 
 
Food Historian Reckons With the Black Roots of Southern Food
 
Food Historian Reckons With the Black Roots of Southern Food
 
 
This Tiny, Bulbous-Nosed Shark Glows in the Dark
 
This Tiny, Bulbous-Nosed Shark Glows in the Dark
 
 
Berlin Exhibit Confronts Hitler's Rise to Power
 
Berlin Exhibit Confronts Hitler's Rise to Power
 
 
Gen Xers and Millennials Out-Voted Older Generations in 2016
 
Gen Xers and Millennials Out-Voted Older Generations in 2016
 
 
Today in History
 
On this day in 1790, the first U.S. census was taken. The Constitution-mandated data collection recorded the population and basic information of people in the United States. Read how the U.S. census came to define race in America.
 
 
 
Photo of the Day
 
It is sad to know that even birds like this Grey Crowned Crane, that used to live in North America millions of years ago, are now endangered and are limited to certain parts of Africa. You often get to see them with their head down looking for food, but I got lucky getting these two. Taken in Amboseli, Kenya
 
"Double Vision" Photo by Yaron Schmid
 
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