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  1. Rare color photos of 1928 England, full of soul and spunkRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | Mashable

    In the late 1920s and early 1930s National Geographic sent photographer Clifton R. Adams to England to record its farms, towns and cities, and its people at work and play. The Autochrome was the foremost color photographic process of the day, since it was first brought to market by the Lumiere brothers in 1907.

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  2. Something used, something oldRead the original story

    Yesterday | Times-Herald

    ... from allover the world and the collector himself has been featured in magazines like Prairies North and National Geographic. He has also been the subject of a documentary, Located along the TransCanada highway about two hours east of Regina, the ...

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  3. The story behind the world's most famous photographRead the original story

    Monday Mar 23 | KCTV5

    ... with the film. "When I developed the picture, I knew it was special. I showed it to the editor of the National Geographic, and he leaped to his feet and shouted, 'that's our next cover'." The striking portrait of 12-year-old Sharbat Gula, a Pashtun ...

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  4. 10 Sunday ReadsRead the original story

    Tuesday Mar 10 | The Big Picture

    ... hole and a gas cloud fall flat? ( WSJ ) see also Black Hole Fails to Destroy Mystery Cosmic Cloud ( National Geographic ) Please use the comments to demonstrate your own ignorance, unfamiliarity with empirical data and lack of respect for scientific ...

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  5. Truth does not changeRead the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | The Daily Republic

    The March 2015 cover story of National Geographic features "The War on Science." This issue suggested that those who disagree with their current views of "science" are ignorant and uneducated.

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  6. If you think normal dogs are cool, just waitRead the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | Examiner.com

    It is simply amazing to us non-scientific sorts that in today's society, new and rare animals are continually emerging. This should not be the case because dogs today are bred with so many other breeds creating the newest designer dog, but to think that in the Amazon there are so many animals that we have never even heard or seen a picture of that exist is such a mind-blower! Last June, Nadia Drake posted an article for National Geographic about a rare Amazon jungle dog, the Atelocynus microtis .

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  7. New Game: PicturePuzzleRead the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | MobyGames

    PicturePuzzle is a jigsaw puzzle game where the puzzles are made out of photographs from National Geographic. There are ten puzzles in total and the number of pieces these should be cut down into can be chosen before starting out.

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  8. 'Killing Jesus' gives another new look at the life of Jesus ChristRead the original story

    Yesterday | TheCelebrityCafe

    Killing Jesus isn't just another miniseries about the life of Jesus Christ. Based on Fox News pundit Bill O'Reilly's book, the National Geographic show hopes to take a more political look at Jesus.

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  9. Navajo Cops Tribal officers find possible human skull near a 'Shallow Grave'Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Examiner.com

    " Navajo Cops " (National Geographic) premiered with a 1-hour TV pilot back in May of 2011. It was well received from TV viewers & 6 episodes were ordered by the summer of 2011. Season one of the reality based TV show premiered in March of 2012. An ...

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  10. Travel Troubleshooter: Denied legroom despite paying for itRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Philly.com

    ... r Elliott is the author of "How to Be the World's Smartest Traveler (and Save Time, Money, and Hassle)" (National Geographic). He's also the ombudsman for National Geographic Traveler magazine and the cofounder of the Consumer Travel Alliance.

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  11. Underground city in Turkey may be largest in regionRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | USA Today

    ... geophysicists now puts it at about 5 million square feet and extending as far as 371 feet below ground. National Geographic reports that would make it roughly 30% larger than Derinkuyu, the largest excavated underground city found in the historical ...

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  12. Three students win spots in National Geographic bee - PHOTOSRead the original story

    Yesterday | Big News Network.com

    ... written answer to moderator Bob Amblad during a final 10 contestant elimination round of the 2015 Nevada National Geographic State Bee at Tarkanian Middle School Friday, March 27, 2015, in Las Vegas. Nevada students from across the state in grades ...

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  13. Missouri students compete in National Geographic BeeRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Missourian

    Sri Jaladi, a sixth-grader from Parkway West Middle School, holds the microphone while answering a question in the final rounds of the 2015 Missouri Geographic Bee, hosted by National Geographic, at MU's Anheuser-Busch Natural Resources Building on Friday. Seventh-graders Corey Cook and Nikhil Krishnan watch as fellow finalist Cameron Haake responds to a question in the final rounds of the 2015 Missouri Geographic Bee on Friday.

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  14. Shakespeare Does WHAT in Something Rotten?! Five More Wacky Real-Life Rumors About the BardRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Broadway

    ... on whether the playwright was a pothead. There were, however, definite traces of cocaine, according to National Geographic . "The readings we got were the same as if it had tested a modern-day crack pipe," said Tommy van der Merwe of the Forensic ...

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  15. Accidental Find Ancient underground city discovered in TurkeyRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Fox News

    ... geophysicists now puts it at about 5 million square feet and extending as far as 371 feet below ground. National Geographic reports that would make it roughly 30% larger than Derinkuyu, the largest excavated underground city found in the historical ...

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  16. Port Angeles student vies in state National Geographic bee todayRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Peninsula Daily News

    An eighth-grade student at Queen of Angels School is a semifinalist in the 2015 Washington National Geographic State Bee today. Colby Rentas, son of Darren and Maria Rentas and an eighth-grade student at Queen of Angels School, will compete at Pacific Lutheran University, 12180 Park Ave. S. in Tacoma.

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  17. Words and pictures: The third effectRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 26 | The Imaging Resource

    ... If you ever wonder about the power of words collaborating with pictures, pick up any issue of National Geographic and read the captions. There are people at National Geographic that do nothing but write captions. The cardinal sin for any writer of a ...

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  18. Tortoise interruptus? Giant tortoise, very slowly, rushes to defend his ladyloveRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 26 | TreeHugger

    ... to Aldabra giant tortoises (one of which is pictured above, but is not the hero of our story). During a National Geographic expedition to an island in the Seychelles once ravaged by the guano industry, he was drawn towards a "powerful rhythmic ...

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  19. Navajo Cops Tribal officers seek out 'The Howler' aka 'BigFoot'Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Examiner.com

    " Navajo Cops " (National Geographic) premiered with a 1-hour TV pilot back in May of 2011. It was well received from TV viewers & 6 episodes were ordered by the summer of 2011. Season one of the reality based TV show premiered in March of 2012. An ...

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  20. AOOS Coast and Ocean Film FestivalRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Anchorage Daily News

    ... habitats for their first-ever Coast and Ocean Short Film Contest. Professionals and amateurs alike, from National Geographic to high school students, submitted a fantastic array of films on marine research, marine wildlife, commercial fishing, sea ...

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