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This month National Geographic magazine explores how we can feed our growing population without overwhelming the planet. #FutureOfFood http://on.natgeo.com/1p9WVfU
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During the night of April 14 through April 15, the first total lunar eclipse in more than two years will be visible. Many cultures view the disappearance of the moon as a time of danger and chaos. See some of the lunar eclipse myths from around the world.
Murderous pets and hungry jaguars are only some of the stories cultures use to explain lunar eclipses.
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People know how lunar eclipse hapens, and the stories around it are just the myths. Don't be too serious about it.
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The first total lunar eclipse in more than two years will grace the skies on Monday, April 14. Find out how and when to watch the "blood moon" as Earth's shadow creeps across the lunar disk.
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Opinion: The advancing age when Nobelists receive their prizes could suggest fewer breakthroughs are waiting to happen.
The age at which Nobel prize winners receive their prizes has increased dramatically, especially in physics.
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Go on a virtual photo walk with photographer Dan Westergren to find out how to photograph Washington, D.C.'s iconic cherry blossoms. #CherryBlossoms 
 
The cherry trees along the Tidal Basin are just about to pop into full bloom, and Nat Geo Travel’s here to take you there in real time with Dan Westergren, the head of photography for Traveler magazine. Get real-time tips about how to leverage light and composition when you’re trying to get the perfect shot of the iconic–and fleeting–blossoms.

How to Join: Use hashtag #cherryblossoms to participate in our Google+ Hangout in real time. Ask Dan and the rest of our crew about photography, what it’s like to work at Nat Geo Travel, or share your own insights.

http://intelligenttravel.nationalgeographic.com/2014/04/08/virtual-photo-workshop-cherry-blossom-edition
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Climate scientists predict the climate-disrupting phenomenon El Niño is coming back. See how it could affect weather across the globe.
Scientists forecast the arrival of a climate pattern that will affect weather across the globe.
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By the age of 14, Taylor Wilson built a nuclear-fusion reactor. Now, he's working with subatomic particles. See what motivates the young innovator and find out what he will work on next.
When Wilson was 11 he tried to build an atom smasher. At 14 he achieved nuclear fusion. Now 19, he is working with subatomic particles. What will come next?
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Alcohol has opposite effects on the neural systems that regulate social bonding in male and female prairie voles, according to a new study.
A new study reveals how alcohol affects the brain chemistry of pair-bonding prairie voles.
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A new study says 20 to 32 percent of wild-caught imported seafood comes from pirate fishing around the world.
A new study says 20 to 32 percent of wild-caught imported seafood comes from pirate fishing around the world.
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Recent photos of the red planet show bright lights—see what experts think is causing the flashes of light.
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The sons of God legend, the face on Mars, the features on the Cyndonia plain
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