Emerson Dela Cruz Nañez

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I fucking love science

City of Lost Souls

• <b>Author:</b> Cassandra Clare<p>What price is too high to pay, even for love? Plunge into fifth installment the internationally bestselling Mortal Instruments series and “prepare to be hooked” (<i>Entertainment Weekly</i>).<p>The <i>New York Times</i> bestselling Mortal Instruments continues—and so do the thrills and danger …

Depth of Field Explained

Over my nearly twenty years of teaching university photography classes, I’ve come to discover that one area that students often have the hardest time …

Landscape Photography

2013 NFL Draft Grades: AFC Teams That Made the Biggest Statement

The 2013 NFL draft provided all of the fireworks that we've come to expect from the annual selection process. From top prospects slipping down draft boards to organizations landing franchise players in opportune manners, we saw it all.<p>As we shift our focus to the conference that put out the 2012-13 …

Building the Ultimate Highlight Reel from Miami Heat's Regular Season

When LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh decided to join forces almost three years ago, one of the first thoughts that played through the heads of basketball fans was the highlights the Miami Heat would produce.<p>And sure enough, the Heat have provided thrills everywhere they've gone over the …

Deanna Durbin, who attained worldwide popularity as a child star in the 1930s while starring in a series of musicals, has died. She was 91. Read THR's obituary here http://bit.ly/11Bdl0D

Fish Uses Sign Language With Other Species

Changing Planet<p><b>The coral grouper is an agile hunter, quick to chase and attack prey in the open water.</b><p>And when its prey dives into cracks and crevasses within a coral reef, the grouper uses its own version of sign language to get help, a new study says.<p>The fish enlists the assistance of two other …

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