Tuesday, August 15, 2017

What Folklore Tells Us About Eclipses, A Brief History of Guam, Century-Old Fruitcake Found In Antarctica and More

 
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What Folklore Tells Us About Eclipses
 
What Folklore Tells Us About Eclipses
 
 
A Brief, 500-Year History of Guam
 
A Brief, 500-Year History of Guam
 
 
Scientists Make Food From Bacteria, Water, Electricity, and a Whole Lot of Patience
 
Scientists Make Food From Bacteria, Water, Electricity, and a Whole Lot of Patience
 
 
These Photos of Taiwan Will Take Your Breath Away
 
 
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These Photos of Taiwan Will Take Your Breath Away
 
 
Untouched, Century-Old Fruitcake Found In Antarctica
 
Untouched, Century-Old Fruitcake Found In Antarctica
 
 
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Big Ben to Fall Silent During Four-Year Renovation Project
 
Big Ben to Fall Silent During Four-Year Renovation Project
 
 
Florence Harding, Not Eleanor Roosevelt, May Have Created the Modern First Lady
 
Florence Harding, Not Eleanor Roosevelt, May Have Created the Modern First Lady
 
 
If You Think 'Bambi' Seems Too Mature For Kids, You're Not Wrong
 
If You Think ‘Bambi’ Seems Too Mature For Kids, You’re Not Wrong
 
 
Napoleon's Lifelong Interest in Science
 
Napoleon's Lifelong Interest in Science
 
 
Prince Now Has His Own Shade of Purple
 
Prince Now Has His Own Shade of Purple
 
 
Watch Free Live Streams of Outer Space
 
Watch Free Live Streams of Outer Space
 
 
Cloth Smuggled Out of Syrian Prison Heads to U.S. Holocaust Museum
 
Cloth Smuggled Out of Syrian Prison Heads to U.S. Holocaust Museum
 
 
The "Quaker Comet" Was the Greatest Abolitionist You've Never Heard Of
 
The "Quaker Comet" Was the Greatest Abolitionist You've Never Heard Of
 
 
The Big Unsexy Problem With Tiger Selfies
 
The Big Unsexy Problem With Tiger Selfies
 
 
Watch as This Life-Size Elephant Ice Sculpture Melts in NYC
 
Watch as This Life-Size Elephant Ice Sculpture Melts in NYC
 
 
Dine 21 Stories Underground in This 345-Million-Year-Old Cavern
 
Dine 21 Stories Underground in This 345-Million-Year-Old Cavern
 
 
Does Climate Change Cause Extreme Weather Events?
 
Does Climate Change Cause Extreme Weather Events?
 
 
Blink Once For Yes: You Can 'Talk' to This New Computer Interface With Your Eyes
 
Blink Once For Yes: You Can ‘Talk’ to This New Computer Interface With Your Eyes
 
 
Today in History
 
On this day in 1947, India and Pakistan won their independence from Britain, following some 200 years of colonial rule. The hard-fought freedom of the sub-continent came with the painful splinture of the landmass into the two distinct nations. Read how partition's long scar is memorialized in the world’s first museum devoted to the era.
 
 
 
 
Photo of the Day
 
Women workers at brick field. This the battle for the livelihood. The day long heavy work equivalent to a men.
 
"Women at Work" Photo by Sandipani Chattopadhyay
 
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