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WWI Hero Henry Johnson Finally Receives Medal of Honor
Private Henry Johnson, a member of the all-black unit known as the “Harlem Hellfighters,” used a rifle, a knife and his hands to fight off n
Fly Through A 3D City Of Stars To Honor Hubble | Video
Based on Hubble Telescope data, Space Telescope Science Institute’s (STSci) astrovisualization team produced this awe-inspiring journey thro
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Record those precious moments in your everyday life easily at anytime, anywhere with PIC. | Crowdfunding is a democratic way to support the
Artists Turn Songs into 3D-Printed Sculptures | The Creators Project
REIFY transforms David Byrne, Nick Drake, and even Wagner tracks into physical objects.
German Engineer Designs 3D-Printed Solar-Powered Stirling Engine
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International Humanist and Ethical Union | Restricting free speech does ...
In the wake of the Paris and Copenhagen killings and the murder of Avijit Roy in Bangladesh, at the UN Human Rights Council on Friday the IH
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26-Year-Old Frida Kahlo’s Compassionate Letter to 46-Year-Old Georgia O’...
"I would like to tell you every thing that happened to me since the last time we saw each other, but most of them are sad and you mustn’t
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Urban planners are finally recognizing that streets should be designed for people, not careening hunks of deadly metal.
Sorry, But Google Glass Isn't Anywhere Close to Dead | WIRED
"People like to lambast it because it’s too this or not that—but it’s still a much-matured device, certainly compared to the wearable stuff
How The Measles Virus Became A Master of Contagion
Here are two recent stories about viruses. They started out alike, and ended up very differently. In October, a woman in Guinea died of Ebol