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May 09

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May 08

Packing for a space voyage is out-of-this-world complicated. If you have any doubts, have a look at this new time-lapse video from the European Space Agency: http://huff.to/RvB3w1

Packing for a space voyage is out-of-this-world complicated. If you have any doubts, have a look at this new time-lapse video from the European Space Agency: http://huff.to/RvB3w1

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Apr 30

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Apr 24

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Apr 23

Happy 156th Birthday, Max Planck!Planck (1858-1947) was a German theoretical physicist and the father of quantum theory, one of the most fundamental theories of the 21st century. This theory changed the way scientists understood atomic and subatomic processes. He was awarded the Nobel Prize in 1918.

Happy 156th Birthday, Max Planck!

Planck (1858-1947) was a German theoretical physicist and the father of quantum theory, one of the most fundamental theories of the 21st century. This theory changed the way scientists understood atomic and subatomic processes. He was awarded the Nobel Prize in 1918.

Apr 21

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What better way to ring in Earth Day this year than with a swarm of shooting stars? Be sure to check out the Lyrid meteor shower tonight: http://huff.to/1msv8mg

What better way to ring in Earth Day this year than with a swarm of shooting stars? Be sure to check out the Lyrid meteor shower tonight: http://huff.to/1msv8mg

Apr 17

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Jul 02

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Jun 26

Grover Krantz (1931-2002) was known as a teacher, a loving pet owner, an eccentric anthropologist, and the first serious Bigfoot academic. Seven years after losing a battle to pancreatic cancer, Krantz’s reputation is still well preserved, in more ways than one. His skeleton and that of his giant Irish Wolfhound Clyde are now on display at the 5,000 square foot exhibition “Written in Bone: Forensic Files of the 17th-Century Chesapeake,” which opened last Saturday at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of Natural History.Read more: http://blogs.smithsonianmag.com/aroundthemall/2009/02/grover-krantz-donated-his-body-to-science-on-one-condition/#ixzz2XL0rYe6z 

Grover Krantz (1931-2002) was known as a teacher, a loving pet owner, an eccentric anthropologist, and the first serious Bigfoot academic. Seven years after losing a battle to pancreatic cancer, Krantz’s reputation is still well preserved, in more ways than one. His skeleton and that of his giant Irish Wolfhound Clyde are now on display at the 5,000 square foot exhibition “Written in Bone: Forensic Files of the 17th-Century Chesapeake,” which opened last Saturday at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of Natural History.

Read more: http://blogs.smithsonianmag.com/aroundthemall/2009/02/grover-krantz-donated-his-body-to-science-on-one-condition/#ixzz2XL0rYe6z 

May 15

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May 09

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