Kyle Webster
Kyle Webster

New Species Found in Museums

Kyle Webster
Kyle Webster

Natural History Museums Are Teeming With Undiscovered Species. DNA analysis is uncovering different species we already have specimens of.
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The new Malware Museum may give you a nostalgic feeling for the computer viruses from the ‘80s and ‘90s. Mikko Hypponen has been collecting malicious software for 25 years.
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New Hampshire Mill Workers Invented A New Type Of French. Workers from Quebec came to the town of Berlin and developed an American hybrid language.
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Peace, Love, and Litigation. Highlights from the long string of lawsuits by the Beatles.
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These Are the 20 Deadliest Animals in Australia. They had plenty of competition to overcome.
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A study shows that More Guns are Linked to More Mass Shootings. And now that there are more guns than people in the U.S., it will happen again.
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On with the worst: Movies with a zero-percent rating on Rotten Tomatoes. There are 354 movies with no decent reviews at all; none were made before 1950.
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Happy Pancake Day! Shrove Tuesday goes by many times, most of them delicious.

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How to Enjoy Baseball When Your Team Really Sucks
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How to Enjoy Baseball When Your Team Really Sucks. There's always something good to focus on.

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Two Centuries Before Mandela, This Xhosa Hero Died Escaping Robben Island. Makhanda was arrested in 1819.

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Nikola Tesla's Cat and Other Feline Fascinations. Quite a few cats have left their mark on history.

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The Best Notes Found in Used Books. The marginalia includes criticism, recommendations, dedications, out-of-context communications, snark, spoilers, secret code, and jokes.

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Batman Wants To Join the Marvel Universe. But is he good enough to get in?

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See the Winners of the Dog Photographer Of The Year Awards. Judging must have been difficult, because they are all good dogs.

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These Drawings By J.R.R. Tolkien Bring Middle-Earth To Life. Was there no end to the man's talents?

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10 Travel Apps for Trotting the Globe on a Budget. The internet is a shortcut to finding the best bargains, no matter where you are.

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How James Cameron Crafts Perfect Sequels
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Aliens and Terminator 2: How James Cameron Crafts Perfect Sequels. There's still no hope for another Titanic story.

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How Exactly Does Binary Code Work? Learn how "off" and "on" leads to everything you see on the internet.

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25 Years Ago, Sleepless In Seattle Found the Romantic Hiding in the Cynic. Meg Ryan and Tom Hanks made a love story in which the principals didn't meet until the very end.

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When a DNA Test Shatters Your Identity. Unexpected results happen so often that support groups have formed to help people deal with the trauma.

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33 Clever Copycat Recipes For Your Favorite Chain Restaurants. These are particularly helpful when you live far away from those eateries.

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How Inclusive are Beauty Brands Around the World? Depending on where you live, you might not be able to find foundation makeup that matches your skin color.

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Community Plumbing: A Tribute to the Neighborhood Hardware Store. They are a reminder of how real-world skills can be developed to fix what's wrong.

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10 Movies That Were Banned in China. Some of the reasons might have you scratching your head.

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