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200 Year Old Monk Reportedly In Deep Meditation And Not Dead

on July 6, 2015 at 10:46 pm<p>A mummified monk found preserved in Mongolia last week has been baffling and astounding those who uncovered him.<p>Senior …

Top 10 Underappreciated Parks

From vast wilderness to varied history, from swamp to desert, these places should be more famous.<p>From the National Geographic book <i>The 10 Best of Everything—National Parks</i><p>Yellowstone and the Grand Canyon deserve the appreciation they receive, but the National Park System includes nearly 400 units, …

South Carolina Confederate flag heads to museum after crowd cheers its removal

In the predawn hours Friday, Brenda Bowden, a retired middle school teacher, packed up her sun hat, digital camera and cooler and left her suburban golf community in Fort Mill, S.C., for the state capital.<p>During the long drive, she thought of her ancestors who were slaves during the Civil War and …

Thomas Midgley Jr.: Accidentally The Most Dangerous Man Who Ever Lived

How To Poison Children<p>Image Source: www.cec-environmental.com<p>Exposure to lead is especially harmful to children because a.) they’re more likely than …

Daily Edition Top 10 (Week of July 6, 2015)

This week ended with a number of big stories, including the lowering of South Carolina’s Confederate flag and the news that 22.1 million people were hacked. Stories on these topics were among those covered in The Daily Edition.<p>1. Confederate flag’s half-century at South Carolina Capitol ends – CNN, …

'One of the largest human experiments in history' was conducted on unsuspecting residents of San Francisco

San Francisco's fog is famous, especially in the summer, when weather conditions combine to create the characteristic cooling blanket that sits over the Bay Area.<p>But one fact many may not know about San Francisco's fog is that in 1950, the US military conducted a test to see whether it could be …

Why China won’t listen to Western scientists about genetically modifying the human embryo

Lindau, Germany<p>We’ve avoided a nightmare before, so surely we can do it again. That’s what scientists hope for with the technology that may soon allow the genetic modification of human embryos.<p>In March, a group of US scientists requested scientists around the world to not genetically modify human …

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