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4 Billion-Year-Old Rocks Contain Fossils Of The First Life On Earth

4 Billion-Year-Old Rocks Contain Fossils Of The First Life On Earth

These microfossils are the oldest ever found on this planet.
Inside Scotland’s Deadly Glasgow Ice Cream Wars

Inside Scotland’s Deadly Glasgow Ice Cream Wars

These wars were a lot less sweet and a lot more deadly than their name suggests.
Dr. Neubronner’s Pigeon Photographers

Dr. Neubronner’s Pigeon Photographers

The early 20th century brought about a lot firsts — including pigeon photography.
Scientists Make Plan To Save The Arctic By “Refreezing” It

Scientists Make Plan To Save The Arctic By “Refreezing” It

This may be the wildest plan scientists have come up with to keep sea ice from melting.
Dying Stars, Physics, And The Reason Barns Are Painted Red

Dying Stars, Physics, And The Reason Barns Are Painted Red

Turns out that the stars above have a lot to do with the iconic red barns that dot the U.S.
David Lynch Facts Almost As Strange As His Films

David Lynch Facts Almost As Strange As His Films

Venture down the rabbit hole into the weirdest mind in cinema.
What Your Favorite Foods Look Like Before Harvest And Processing

What Your Favorite Foods Look Like Before Harvest And Processing

From bananas to coffee to chocolate, you'd never guess what some of your favorite foods look like while still in plant form.
The Mysterious Lives Of 18th Century Garden Hermits

The Mysterious Lives Of 18th Century Garden Hermits

The ceramic garden gnomes we see today have a very human — and very solemn — past.
The Curious Indian Lake Where Skeletons Wash Ashore

The Curious Indian Lake Where Skeletons Wash Ashore

Over the years, researchers have discovered hundreds of human skeletons along the edges of this otherwise pristine body of water.
Dealing With Grief: Japanese Phone Booth Connects The Living And The Dead

Dealing With Grief: Japanese Phone Booth Connects The Living And The Dead

Called "the phone of the wind," this device allows Japanese mourners to leave messages for those who died in the 2011 earthquake.
Lily Dale, New York: One Of Spiritualism’s Last Bastions

Lily Dale, New York: One Of Spiritualism’s Last Bastions

Maybe Lily Dale, New York is just like any other town. But its reputation as "the most psychic town in America" certainly suggests otherwise.