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Earth Has A Strange Hidden Layer Of Tectonic Plates

By photosearth / June 24, 2017

  Earths tectonic plates are weird as hell. First there werent any, then there was a massive shell, then there were babycontinents, then supercontinents, microcontinents, regular continents, all of them shifting around the Earths crust and changing its appearance, like a very slow inkblot test. Now, it appears theyre set to get even stranger. A […]

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You can watch ‘Planet Earth 2’ without cablehere’s how

By photosearth / June 24, 2017

The BBC blew away nature buffs when it released its Planet Earth series in 2006 after five years of recording incredibly beautiful footage ofanimals in their remotehabitats. Now nature is getting another breathtaking closeup in the BBC’s Planet Earth 2. Viewers in the U.K. experienced the sequel, narrated by David Attenborough and with music by Hans […]

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Traditional Irish Cookery

By photosearth / June 23, 2017

Traditional Irish Cookery Used Book in Good Condition Ireland has always been renowned for the quality and freshness of its ingredients and the hearty style of its cooking. From mussels and Dublin Bay prawns to succulent beef, wholesome breads and an imaginative range of recipes for potatoes, this attractive and authentic collection offers a selection […]

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Jamie O’Rourke and the Big Potato

By photosearth / June 22, 2017

Jamie O’Rourke and the Big Potato Great product! “Illustrated in dePaola’s signature style, this has an inviting look. Buoyant watercolors are framed by thin orange borders….An engaging read-aloud choice for St. Patrick’s Day.” — BooklistA Cheery picture book, with the artist using the lighter, brighter side of his palette….Attractive and amusing.” — Kirkus Reviews“Jamie O’Rourke […]

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Food for the Dead: On the Trail of New England’s Vampires

By photosearth / June 21, 2017

Food for the Dead: On the Trail of New England’s Vampires Used Book in Good Condition Forget Bela Lugosi’s Count Dracula. In nineteenth-century New England another sort of vampire was relentlessly ravishing the populace, or so it was believed by many rural communities suffering the plague of tuberculosis. Indeed, as this fascinating book shows, the […]

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Irish cooking like an adventure. Cookbook: 25 Recipes for every day.

By photosearth / June 20, 2017

Irish cooking like an adventure. Cookbook: 25 Recipes for every day. Reading through the book, you will realize that Irish recipes give you light and also the most delicious foods which are also very easy to prepare. According to research, the potato makes up as the Irish people’s staple food, and they have used different […]

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Commencement 2017

By photosearth / June 20, 2017

Caltech's 123rd annual commencement News Writer:  Lori Dajose Mae Jemison speaks at Caltech's 2017 Commencement Credit: Caltech On Friday, June 16, David Lee (PhD ’74), chair of the Caltech Board of Trustees, opened the Institute’s 123rd annual commencement ceremony with a reminder that discovery is a never-ending process. “Accomplishment and discovery never close the door […]

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Caltech Faculty Receive Named Professorships

By photosearth / June 18, 2017

Twenty-five professors are recognized with the Institute’s highest honor During the 2016-17 academic year, Caltech recognized 25 faculty members with the Institute’s most distinguished award for individual faculty—a named professorship. This honor provides faculty with additional funds and resources to pursue their best ideas while continuing to mentor future generations of leaders. Each named professorship […]

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