Uribe Cuevas Down-Town of Patia in Colombia
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Think that the United States economic crisis affect the other countries of the world
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Virgin Galactic/Scaled Composites Spaceship Two 2,500 mph: the speed attained this year by the six-passenger Virgin Galactic/Scaled Composites Spaceship Two, the first commercial spacecraft to exceed Mach 1 99 percent: the portion of American exterminators that have encountered bed bug infest ...
X-Ray Couples With a real X-ray machine, artists Ayako Kanda and Hayashi Mayuka took these intimate, dark, and kind of hilarious images of couples. Ayako Kanda and Hayashi Mayuka via io9
"You can ban drugs, but you can't ban chemistry," Mike Power, author of Drugs 2.0, explains in this talk at the HIT Hot Topics Conference. And he gives a personal, investigative story to prove it. Governments can legislate chemicals--ban a drug, say, a stimulant or a psychedelic--but what h ...
Animal Testing Ryan Snook Last summer, the National Institutes of Health announced that it’s phasing out experiments on chimpanzees. All but 50 of its 451 chimps will go to sanctuaries, and it won’t breed the remainder. The change is based on its 2011 study that determined that advancement ...
Penguin Selfie G Adventures Between this penguin and this eagle, it has been a good week for incidental animal selfies. Travel company G Adventures set up a GoPro camera on a visit to Antarctica, when a penguin apparently decided to examine the equipment more closely. Yes, yes. Cute. But ...
A man falls asleep on a plane packed with passengers, but when he woke up, he was alone, locked inside.
DNC Communications Director Mo Elleithee, Former Ohio Secy. of State Ken Blackwell and USA Today's Susan Page weigh in.
Authorities are investigating the deaths of a man, woman and child found inside a garage. WFTV reports.
The NYT's Bill Keller sits down with Brian Stelter to reflect on his experience covering the life of Nelson Mandela.
Newtown journalist Brian Koonz and Brian Stelter on how the media will mark the one year anniversary of the shooting.
This cheetah was walking with his 2 siblings when he wandered among wildebeest. Like a buffet, he must have thought.
This cheetah perched on top of a termite hill striking a terrific pose.
Three cheetah stop for some water.
While his brothers found a place to easily cross the stream this fellow jumped.
These three cheetahs took a time out from stalking to check the scenery.
Since the middle of the 18th century, cashmere has enjoyed high status as a luxurious textile in Western fashion. Even today, it retains its cachet.
Whether in a U.S. shopping mall or Indian farm country, cognitive load—the burden of thinking about getting enough money to pay the bills—reduces the ability to concentrate, focus, and make decisions.
Since 1938 Britannica’s annual Book of the Year has offered in-depth coverage of the events of the previous year. While the 75th anniversary edition of the book won’t appear in print for several months, some of its outstanding content is already available online. This week, in honor of World AID ...
This Black Friday, amid the flurry of deals and doorbusters, midnight openings and madhouses, we have a lesson in how to spend money wisely: 1978's "Choosing What to Buy." In this classic film, a puppet discovers a quarter and must decide—through song and dance, of course—how to spend his windfall.
Since 1938 Britannica’s annual Book of the Year has offered in-depth coverage of the events of the previous year. While the 75th anniversary edition of the book won’t appear in print for several months, some of its outstanding content is already available online. This week, the Britannica Blog f ...
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