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Pop Culture NASA Mission Posters

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Wonderfully Geeky Pop Culture-Inspired Posters for NASA Expeditions. They may have the best jobs in the world, but they look like they want to be movie stars, too! 
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Snow White told a four-year-old at Disney World to make a wish, and she wished her daddy would come home from Afghanistan. You can guess what happened next.
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DC Comics is set to reveal its first openly trangendered character. Get a sneak peek at Batgirl #19, to be released next week.  
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The cast of Iron Man 3 talk about the movie in a new video teaser. And there's more footage to get us in the mood for the opening May 3rd.
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Argentina's Lujan Zoo Stirs Controversy As Visitors Pet Tigers, Feed Bears And Ride Lions. It's all fun and games until someone becomes lunch.
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The new Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-V) will be published in May. Here are some of the new mental disorders that will be described in it.  
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Why New York City is writing Occupy Wall Street a six-figure check. Most of that is legal fees for the lawsuit over $47,000 in damaged property at Zuccotti Park.
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The Lion of Gripsholm Castle. The taxidermist was given a pelt and told to reconstruct an animal he'd never seen, so he made a cartoon character.

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The Battle of New York: An Avengers Oral History
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Marvel

The Battle of New York: An Avengers Oral History. It took a huge team of professionals to pull it off.

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The Mountain Man Who Outran His Captors Barefoot and Naked. John Colter had to think fast to escape Blackfoot country.

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A Program to Guide You to College Success. First-generation college students do much better when they have personal guidance from trained counselors.

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When Don the Talking Dog Took the Nation by Storm. He only knew eight words, but was the hit of the vaudeville circuit.

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A Spring Drive in Nepal. A driver must have nerves of steel to avoid waterfalls cascading over the mountain road.

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The Heart-Racing Drama of Dissecting a Beached Whale. Dr. Joy Reidenberg shares stories from her unique job.

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The Robot-Operated Power Plant of the Future. One is already being built in Japan.

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7 Times People Were Awarded Lifetime Supplies Of Things. That's the way to make a few lifetime fans.

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What Are Mercury's Mysterious Red Spots?
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What Are Mercury's Mysterious Red Spots? Data from the MESSENGER probe proves the tiny planet is more interesting than we ever knew.

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How Antonio Banderas Conquered His Fear of Playing Picasso. The role of his hometown hero was intimidating before now.

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What Kind of Town Elects a Cat as its Mayor? The kind of town Talkeetna, Alaska, is.

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Where the Amish Go on Vacation. A neighborhood in Sarasota, Florida, is the place for an annual respite from normal work.

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8 Serious Hollywood Scenes That Looked Hilarious Before CGI. Don't let a look behind the scenes ruin your suspension of disbelief.

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A Cat Walks Into a Deli ... And the clerk helps him select a choice cut of meat.

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How Charles Dickens Imagined a Westworld-like Robot Theme Park Back In 1838. The Mudfog Association proposed using automatons to provide immersive entertainment.

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The Jewish Psychic Who Tricked Hitler. Erik Jan Hanussen was a master at manipulating gullible people, up to a point.

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