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Thursday, September 7, 2017
African Wild Dogs Vote by Sneezing, An Algorithm for Pain, How A Few Scientists Could Topple Taxonomy and More
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Brain-like Blob Found in Canadian Pond
Gesundheit! African Wild Dogs Sneeze to Vote on Group Decisions
An Exclusive Behind-the-Scenes Look at the Funeral Fit for a King
How Bullwinkle Taught Kids Sophisticated Political Satire
The Wild West of Knott's Berry Farm Is More Fantasy Than Reality
A Few Bad Scientists Are Threatening to Topple Taxonomy
This Robotic Exoskeleton Helps Kids With Cerebral Palsy Walk Upright
NASA Captures Strongest Solar Flare in a Decade
Remembering Kate Millet, the Feminist Author Who Wrote the Book on Sexual Politics
These Design Champs Are Having Their Moment in the Sun
Are Craft Breweries the Next Coffeehouses?
The World's Parasites Are Going Extinct. Here’s Why That’s a Bad Thing
The Titan Who Founded L’Oreal Built His Brand on the Shoulders of Nazis
Air & Space
How Do Hurricanes Form, and Who Would Fly Into One?
Harvey's Next Danger: Massive Mosquito Clouds
Washington National Cathedral Will Remove Windows Honoring Stonewall Jackson and Robert E. Lee
In the 19th Century, You Wouldn’t Want to be Put on the Treadmill
This Algorithm Can Tell How Much Pain You're In
There Are Museums For Everything–Even Salami
Brush up on Your Ancient Akkadian With New Online Dictionary
On this day in
, the German Luftwaffe appeared over the skies of Britain,
beginning the London Blitz
. The eight-month swing of intense bombing raids killed some 43,000 civilians.
Go behind the glass panels of the storied underground bunker where Prime Minister Winston Churchill and his chief advisors fought back against the Nazis.
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"Double Dutch at Lincoln Center" Photo by Dan Baddiel
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