THE KNOWLEDGE FEED

The First Blood Transfusion

The First Blood Transfusion

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10 Swift Facts About Eoraptor

Mark Mancini

This Is What Space Sounds Like

Andrew Paul

Recordings released by NASA show just how noisy space can be if you know how to listen.

15 of New York City’s Lost Landmarks

Amy Plitt

Whether because of inaction, rejection, or pure skullduggery, these 15 of New York City landmarks have been lost forever.

Oakland's First All-Black, All-Harley Biker Club

Jake Rossen

7 Ways Finland Gets Education Right

Sonia Weiser

Americans are obsessed with Finland's educational system. But what exactly are the main differences that contribute to Finland’s success?

The Missing Links: Explaining Big City Nicknames

Colin Patrick

Do Mosquitoes Love You? It Could Be Genetic

Shaunacy Ferro

A new study of twins suggests you might inherit your susceptibility to mosquito bites.

Padres Keep Wheelchair-Bound Ex-Pitcher on the Roster Indefinitely

Hannah Keyser

Matt LaChappa suffered a heart attack before a game in 1996, but the team re-signs him each season so he can keep his health insurance.

Name the TV Shows by the Character Who Died

15 Magnificent Images from the Hubble Telescope

Jennifer M Wood

On the 25th anniversary of the Hubble Telescope's launch into low-earth orbit, a new book by TASCHEN highlights its most magnificent images.

The Weird Week in Review

Miss Cellania

Cache of 43 Dinosaur Eggs Uncovered in China

Caitlin Schneider

How Much Paper Would It Take to Print the Internet?

Shaunacy Ferro

How many trees would printing every page on the Internet require?

The Roots of Arbor Day

David Clark

National Arbor Day is the last Friday of April.

10 Fierce Facts About Dire Wolves

Mark Mancini

Think dire wolves are a hundred percent fictional? You know nothing, Jon Snow.

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