Wednesday, August 16, 2017

The Wealthy Activist Who Helped Turn "Bleeding Kansas" Free, Bioactive Tissue Paper, Why Taking Fish Medicine Is Truly a Bad Idea and More

 
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The Wealthy Activist Who Helped Turn
 
The Wealthy Activist Who Helped Turn “Bleeding Kansas” Free
 
 
From Lightbulbs to Mutual Funds: Tim Harford on Inventions That Changed the Modern Economy
 
From Lightbulbs to Mutual Funds: Tim Harford on Inventions That Changed the Modern Economy
 
 
Silver Composition in Coins Confirms the Story of the Rise of Rome
 
Silver Composition in Coins Confirms the Story of the Rise of Rome
 
 
This Is Why Taking Fish Medicine Is Truly a Bad Idea
 
This Is Why Taking Fish Medicine Is Truly a Bad Idea
 
 
A Lab Accident Leads to Bioactive "Tissue Paper"
 
A Lab Accident Leads to Bioactive "Tissue Paper"
 
 
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Longwood Gardens Fellows Program
 
This Lake Is One of Montana's Best Kept Secrets
 
This Lake Is One of Montana’s Best Kept Secrets
 
 
Baltimore Quietly Removes Four Confederate Monuments
 
Baltimore Quietly Removes Four Confederate Monuments
 
 
Artists Can Now Buy One of the World's Blackest Blacks
 
Artists Can Now Buy One of the World’s Blackest Blacks
 
 
Once Plundered by Thieves, Ancient Cave Reopens with 3-D Replicas of Stolen Fossils
 
Once Plundered by Thieves, Ancient Cave Reopens with 3-D Replicas of Stolen Fossils
 
 
One of the World's Most Colorful Places Is in Taiwan
 
This Is One of the World's Most Colorful Places
 
 
Today in History
 
On this day in 1930, "Fiddlesticks," the first color cartoon with sound was released. The groundbreaking cartoon chronicling the adventures of "Flip the Frog" and was the work of a former animator for the Walt Disney studio. Watch some of the world's earliest animations.
 
 
 
 
Photo of the Day
 
A power tower and its reflection in an industrial salt flat in the San Francisco Bay. Halophilic organisms thriving at various salinity levels naturally color the salt flats. Photographed from a small plane.
 
"Power Reflection" Photo by Aya Okawa
 
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