Filmmaker James Cameron has accomplished his goal of reaching the bottom of the Mariana Trench, the deepest depth of the Earth's oceans. At that point, no light can reach from the surface and the pressure is eight tons per square inch.
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How to Write Like a Scientist. Twelve tips will help you construct papers that no one will read, except other scientists.
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A nine-year-old girl got a new wardrobe in her room. She also got the lion and the witch to go with it!
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Only once did the U.S. government forcibly expel citizens based on their religion. Ulysses S. Grant spent the rest of his life making up for his actions.
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A 45-foot paper airplane is hard to control, but just flying it is some accomplishment! Watch as they launch it from a helicopter over the Arizona desert.
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Science Says Creativity And Dishonesty Go Hand In Hand. Are creative people less moral, less inhibited, or are they just more talented in stretching the truth for their own benefit?
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After being cooped up all winter, a herd of cows is turned out to the springtime pasture. They literally jump and dance with joy!
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A 90-page novel Kurt Vonnegut wrote in the 1950s has been discovered and released as a Kindle selection. Basic Training is about a young man who wants to do the right thing but is confounded by his uncle's military training.
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The more this little dog howls, the more you will laugh. Someone described it as the sound of grandma being murdered down the hall.
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Pakistan's escalating 'honor killing' problem. Local authorities tend to sweep cases under the rug, so it's probably worse than we know.
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The Bizarre History of White House Pets. Gators and hippos and possums, oh my!