The clean, pleasant smell that accompanies rain falling on dry ground has a name— it’s called petrichor.
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The 1907 short had little impact on movies as an art form, but the lawsuit it inspired changed the business forever.
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It may not have received the Coen brothers' stamp of approval.
A good reminder that not every life form is a fan of oxygen.
They do a lot more than remind you to wear sunscreen—they just might detect brain cancer.
Paris's Musée national du Moyen Âge collaborated with The University of Geneva to show what it was like to wear 15th century armor.
In short, players will spend their time in Walden Woods just as Thoreau did.
Have coffee while surrounded by duck butts.
Camels might be partially to blame for your sniffles.
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