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Scientists Find That Coin Tosses Are Not 50/50 and Determine What Can Give You an Advantage
Coin tossing is generally seen as a fair way to make a call. However, scientists have determined that the numbers are not 50/50.See the Story
Hyperactive Atoms in Earth’s Inner Core Make It Softer Than Previously Thought
Earth's inner core is surprisingly mushy, which might be explained by a new AI research project. Solid iron becomes surprisingly soft deep inside the Earth because its atoms can move much more than we ever imagined. This increased movement makes the inner core less rigid, weaker against shear forces.See the Story
United States · United States
Photographer Captures Rare Photos of Death Valley After Tropical Storm
Australian landscape photographer Craig McGowan recently ventured to California's Death Valley National Park. The park had been closed since August when Tropical Storm Hilary caused extensive damage and flooding. The images show the unique conditions while also focusing on the remote nature of the location. More than a million people visit the park annually.See the Story
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Youtube · Greenland
YouTuber's Videos Help Teach People About Greenland
Greenland is the largest island in the world. Most people know very little about its culture and the people who call this remote place home. This inspired a Greenlandic woman named Qupanuk to share and teach the world about life in Greenland. Her channel, Q's Greenland, is a one-stop-shop to know everything about the country.See the Story
Long-Unseen 'Water Lilies' Painting by Monet Sells for $74 Million
A painting by Claude Monet, which has been unseen by the public for over 50 years, recently sold at Christie's for $74 million. The painting, known as Le bassin aux nymph�as or Water lily pond, was painted between 1917 and1919. It sold alongside works by Pablo Picasso, Paul C�zanne, Arshile Gorky, Frida Kahlo, and Vincent Van Gogh.See the Story
German Train Transforms Into a Moving Techno Club for One Night
The Techno Train is run by Haus 33, a Nuremberg nightclub. Every once in a while, they rent out an entire train, transforming all of its 12 cars into a club of its own. The layout even allows different DJs to play at the same time, spacing them out throughout the train.See the Story
Entertainment · Berlin
Ed Sheeran Notices Fan Harmonizing in Audience, Brings Her on Stage
Ed Sheeran noticed a young woman harmonizing with him during a show in Berlin. Impressed by her voice and talent, the singer brought her on stage to sing with him. For the fan, named Annemarie Schmidt, the moment was a dream come true. Since that chance encounter, Schmidt has kickstarted a musical career.See the Story
Photos · Turkey
Giant Art Brings Hope Amidst Rubble From Turkey's Earthquake
French artist Saype traveled to Hatay, Turkey, to create his latest piece of art. The 8,000-square-foot piece was created using natural pigments made of charcoal and chalk. Saype is now selling a limited-edition print of the piece to benefit the local community.See the Story
Photos · Montana
Evocative Portraits of Native Americans in Full Regalia
Photographer has been taking portraits of Native Americans for the past year. He hopes to show the pride they have in their culture and traditions. The images are part of a larger project to document the history of the U.S. Native American population. The project is being funded by donations from the public.See the Story