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Is This Inscribed Stone a Forgery – Or the Answer to America’s Oldest Mystery? (nationalgeographic.com)
1 point by smacktoward 2 hours ago | past | web | 1 comment
A "once-in-a-lifetime" shot of Mount Colima during a powerful eruption (nationalgeographic.com)
26 points by dsr12 1 day ago | past | web | 5 comments
Half of the Great Barrier Reef Is Dead (nationalgeographic.com)
220 points by lisper 5 days ago | past | web | 64 comments
Tracking collars reveal just how extreme a wild cheetah’s movements can be (nationalgeographic.com)
110 points by curtis 10 days ago | past | web | 42 comments
How Explorers Sleep in Extreme Spots (nationalgeographic.com)
1 point by occamschainsaw 12 days ago | past | web | discuss
The Journey of Plastic around the globe (nationalgeographic.com)
4 points by atulg2 14 days ago | past | web
'Amazing Dragon' Fossil Upends Origins of World's Largest Dinosaurs (nationalgeographic.com)
3 points by digital55 18 days ago | past | web
A Whopping 91% of Plastic Isn't Recycled (nationalgeographic.com)
2 points by bad_ramen_soup 18 days ago | past | web
Underground Lake Found on Mars (nationalgeographic.com)
3 points by lrmunoz 19 days ago | past | web
The photosynthetic sea slug is becoming almost too rare to research (nationalgeographic.com)
12 points by zonotope 20 days ago | past | web
How the Ultimate Shark Photo Went Viral (nationalgeographic.com)
1 point by denzil_correa 21 days ago | past | web
Sleep Science: In the Era of Screens, Rest Is Crucial (nationalgeographic.com)
130 points by gpresot 24 days ago | past | web | 16 comments
See How Apollo-Era Scientists Thought We'd Live on the Moon (nationalgeographic.com)
5 points by evo_9 24 days ago | past | web
While We Sleep, Our Mind Goes on an Amazing Journey (nationalgeographic.com)
2 points by sus_007 25 days ago | past | web
A Quadrillion Tons of Diamonds Lurk Deep Inside Earth (nationalgeographic.com)
3 points by manidoraisamy 27 days ago | past | web
Chernobyl Wolves Could Be Spreading Mutations into Europe (nationalgeographic.com)
1 point by devy 27 days ago | past | web
Traces of Lost Society Found in 'Pristine' Cloud Forest (nationalgeographic.com)
1 point by evo_9 28 days ago | past | web
Can a Laugh Be Inherited? How Genes Define Who We Are (nationalgeographic.com)
1 point by anarbadalov 28 days ago | past | web
How Skating on Thin Ice Creates Laser-Like Sounds (nationalgeographic.com)
2 points by electic 30 days ago | past | web
Nordic Ice Skating on Thin, Black Ice in Sweden Is an Art and a Science (nationalgeographic.com)
110 points by monort 31 days ago | past | web | 47 comments
Oldest Tools Outside Africa Found, Rewriting Human Story (nationalgeographic.com)
3 points by mudil 32 days ago | past | web
Origin of Mystery Space Radiation Finally Found (nationalgeographic.com)
1 point by hardtke 32 days ago | past | web
Oldest Tools Outside Africa Found, Rewriting Human Story (nationalgeographic.com)
9 points by jonbaer 33 days ago | past | web | 1 comment
Jews Evaded Nazis by Living in Cave for Nearly 2 Years (2004) (nationalgeographic.com)
2 points by curtis 35 days ago | past | web
Humans Gave Leprosy to Armadillos. Now, They’re Giving It Back (nationalgeographic.com)
1 point by curtis 38 days ago | past | web
Why the Short-Lived Pony Express Still Fascinates Us (nationalgeographic.com)
2 points by dragon1st 50 days ago | past | web
Climate Change First Became News 30 Years Ago. Why Haven’t We Fixed It? (nationalgeographic.com)
9 points by neuhaus 51 days ago | past | web | 10 comments
There’s No Scientific Basis for Race–It's a Made-Up Label (nationalgeographic.com)
2 points by knuththetruth 51 days ago | past | web
Athletic performance limits: How can we go faster, higher, farther? (nationalgeographic.com)
1 point by gpresot 52 days ago | past | web
There is no scientific basis for race (nationalgeographic.com)
15 points by jpamata 53 days ago | past | web | 14 comments
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