Nana Chen

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Windows

Project info<p>Windows are like living being’s eyes, breaks into the building’s texture that recount the story of those who lives there or has hung out at. They sway in between the open invitation to share intimacy and the fastened banishment of a separating screen. They are like our country’s …

9 Priceless Secrets Discovered About the Brilliant World of Ancient Nubia

<b>Nubia: Land of the Bow and the Most Famous Archers in the World</b><p>Nubian hunters and warriors excelled as archers, and their weapon became a symbol for …

Under Stonehenge

<b>As if Stonehenge</b> weren’t spectacular enough, an unprecedented digital survey—involving aerial laser scanning, ground-penetrating radar, and other …

Ancient DNA Shows Horses Paid A Price For Their Domestication

Humans are believed to have domesticated the horse around 5,500 years ago. And the effects of domestication--including some deleterious ones--can be seen in the genomes of modern-day horses, according to a new study.<p>"We provide the most extensive list of gene candidates that have been favored by …

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NJ Wight

It was emotionally moving to see a couple of younger male elephants with substantial tusks. I have seen a great many elies, but not always with …

The Escadaria Selaron, a set of world famous steps in #RioDeJaneiro #Brazil is the work of Chilean-born artist Jorge Selaron who claimed it as his "tribute to the Brazilian people". Photo shot by LP staffer @stumorley #lp #travel

Early morning fresh bread, passing through Koindu, Sierra Leone near the Guinea border #Ebola #sierraleone

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31 Essential Science Fiction Terms And Where They Came From

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Big Thinkers on the Only Things Worth Worrying About

In his famous and wonderfully heartening letter of fatherly advice, F. Scott Fitzgerald gave his young daughter Scottie a list of things to worry and not worry about in life. Among the unworriables, he named popular opinion, the past, the future, triumph, and failure “unless it comes through your …