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Following a Raindrop from New York to Newport News : Image of the Day

acquired July 16, 2015 download large image (5 MB, JPEG, 3000x3000)<p>acquired July 16, 2015 download GeoTIFF file (20 MB, TIFF, 3000x3000)<p>In The …

A Primer on Plato: His Life, Works, and Philosophy | The Art of Manliness

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Ancient Shrine That May Hold Buddha's Skull Bone Found in Crypt

Archaeologists have discovered what may be a skull bone from the revered Buddha, Siddhartha Gautama. The bone was hidden inside a model of a stupa, …

Diamonds Illuminate the Origins of Earth’s Deepest Oceans

It was a spring day in 2009, and John McNeill had a pocket full of diamonds.<p>His PhD advisor, geochemist Graham Pearson, had sent McNeill to a lab in …

Earth Science

Research Highlights - Northern Research Station - USDA Forest Service

Scientists Collaborate to Deliver Best Science on Climate Change and Forests<p>More than 130 scientists and natural resource managers collaborated to …

Alaska scientist receives $1.6 million award for vaccine research - Scienmag: Latest Science and Health News

A treatment credited with saving about nine million lives a year worldwide and bringing major human diseases including smallpox, tetanus, whooping …

Land Navigation: How to Orient With a Map & Compass | The Art of Manliness

Welcome back to the Art of Manliness Land Navigation Manual. In Part I, we covered how to properly use a compass, how to shoot your bearings, and the …

You're Not an Alien, You're an Empath

I lived almost 40 years of my life thinking I was an alien. I always felt like I didn't belong. I strived to be normal, especially in my teens and early twenties, then after a while, I realized the futility of that, went the opposite way and embraced my uniqueness.<p>But I didn't really.<p>Deep down, …

5 Things Empaths Have A Really Hard Time With

1. Breaking up with someone<p>Okay, so no one really likes breaking up with someone. <i>(Unless you’re a malicious sociopath???)</i> The song “Breaking Up Is …

The Best Way To Survive and Thrive As an Empath

Many people feel that being an Empath is a curse. They view the extra sensitivity as an issue that they need to numb out from, or shield, in order to …

Seven Ways to Not-Know Like a Leader

Pretending you know, when you don’t, makes you intentionally ignorant. Confusion is the point of opportunity, if you have the courage to not-know. …

How to Become an Effective Leader | The Art of Manliness

<i>Editor’s note: As one of the fathers of modern bodybuilding, Joe Weider founded the International Federation of BodyBuilding, created the Mr./Ms.</i> …

Land Navigation: Finding Bearings & Topo Maps | The Art of Manliness

When I went to the ITS Tactical Muster a few years ago, one of my favorite skills that I learned was land navigation (land nav, for short). With …

March 2015

Diversity

45 Astonishing, Abstract Aerial Images Found on Google Earth

In the fourteen years since Google Earth has redefined the map, using satellite and drone imagery, aerial photography, and government archived shots …

Inca Religion

Religion was for the Incas, as with many other ancient cultures, inseparable from politics, history, and society in general. All facets of community …

Ancient History

Rock Rings Reveal Surprising New Insights About North America's Climate Past

By studying growth rings inside of rocks, researchers from Berkeley have devised a new technique for measuring long term changes to climate and …

Global Warming

Alexander the Great: A Case Study in Martial Leadership

History is not predictable; in many ways it can take on a life of its own. But sometimes, an individual's sheer presence is enough to bend history to …

Ancient History

All of the Reasons Scientists Are Certain We Are Now Living in the Anthropecene

24 scientists from top universities around the world say they have hard evidence that humans have irrevocably altered Earth’s geology.<p>"Human activity is leaving a pervasive and persistent signature on Earth." So begins one of the more depressing scientific papers I've ever read.<p>What follows in "The …

Getting to know the Know-Nothings

As Election Day drew closer, an undercurrent of anxiety and discontent swept the country. The public had lost faith in both political parties that …

Beekeeping began 8,500 years ago

Chemical analysis carried out on Neolithic pottery found across Europe suggests that beekeeping began 8,500 years ago.This study has gathered …

The First Ecological Land Units Map of the World

In December 2014, the US Geological Survey (USGS) and Esri announced the publication of the most detailed global ecological land units map in the …

A Crack in the World

<i>Without ever setting sail, Marie Tharp mapped the ocean floor and made a discovery that shook the foundations of geology. So why did the giants of</i> …

Everything You Need to Identify Rocks

Any good rockhound is bound to come across a rock that he or she has trouble identifying, especially if the location of where the rock was found is …

How to be Heard

Sarah<p>All aspects were very practical and easy to apply… Do it! You’ll gain more than you ever thought possible.<p>Liz<p>You’ll learn so much about how to …

SSH

ESA Modules

EPA Releases "Waters of the U.S." Rule

On May 27, 2015, US EPA and the Army Corps of Engineers (ACOE) released the final version of the rule which defines federal jurisdiction over …

Darwin's 'Origin of Species' Voted Most Influential Academic Book

Women's rights, the foundations of capitalism and the warping of space-time can all take a backseat to meticulous descriptions of long-beaked …

How to Make a Dining Room Table by Hand | The Art of Manliness

<i>Editor’s note: This is a guest post from Tuck Oden.</i><p>If you’re like me, every time you wander through a big-box furniture store, you feel a little …

This coder used old photographs to create a beautiful Google Street View map of New York City in the 1800s

New York City has a long and sprawling history, but looking at the city today, it's hard to tell what it looked like in the past. Luckily an enterprising coder has solved that problem by creating a Google Street View map for New York City for the late 1800s and early 1900s.<p>Developer Dan Vanderkam …