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NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC News, Jun 29, 2012

Enter National Geographic Traveler's Photo Contest
Chicagoist
Have you noticed that we feature beautiful, compellingphotographs here on Chicagoist? That's largely thanks to our Flickr pool contributors, who share their shots of our fair city. That's why we want to make sure you know aboutNational Geographic ...
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Space Pictures This Week: Mickey Mouse Craters, More
National Geographic
A cartoonish crater, luminous clouds, and a spiral galaxy feature among our editors' picks for this week's best spacepictures.
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Obama vs. Romney: Who Would Handle an Alien Invasion Better?
National Geographic
Rio+20 Brought a “Spiritual Lift” Despite… Jun. 27, 2012 (0) ·Photo: Andy Goldsworthy sculpture at Aspen Institute, Colorado .... Obama's negotiating tactics aside, aliens immediately make me think of our own National Geographicexplorer, Kevin Hand ...
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Atrazine, a continued concern for all
National Geographic
Rio+20 Brought a “Spiritual Lift” Despite… Jun. 27, 2012 (0) ·Photo: Andy Goldsworthy sculpture at Aspen Institute, Colorado News Watch » .... Advertise With Us · Terms of Service · Privacy Policy. © 1996-2012 National GeographicSociety. All rights ...
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Leave Instagram To Facebook: Shutterfly Is The Better Buy
Forbes
Americans sure do like to take digital pictures. Five years ago, accord- ing to National Geographic, we took 53 billion of them. Last year we took 80 billion. By 2015 the total is expected to rise to 105 billion, which works out to 322 per person per ...
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Asteroid Hunter to Be First Private Deep-Space Mission?
National Geographic
for National Geographic News. Published June 28, 2012. The first privately funded deep-space mission will launch an asteroid-hunting telescope in 2017 or 2018, project managers announced today. The ambitious project is being developed by the B612 ...
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Night Sky News: Discovery of New Nova?
National Geographic
Rio+20 Brought a “Spiritual Lift” Despite… Jun. 27, 2012 (0) ·Photo: Andy Goldsworthy sculpture at Aspen Institute, Colorado News Watch » .... He is a regular contributor toNational Geographic News and is the national cosmic correspondent for Canada ...
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Planet Seen Evaporating Due to Huge Stellar Flare
National Geographic
... 189733b with the NASA-ESA Hubble Space Telescope. Although Hubble is perhaps best known for its stunningpictures of the cosmos, the planet is too tiny and too far away for the telescope to image directly. .... Shop National Geographic. SHOP NOW » ...
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National Geographic joins cable's walking dead
SouthCoastToday.com
"Chasing UFOs" (9 p.m. on National Geographic) promises to do just that. But it's so numbing in its repetitive nature and similar to a thousand other programs that by the time I was finished screening it, I was convinced that aliens had indeed arrived ...
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So Long, And Thanks for All the …
National Geographic
Cooperation Along the Colorado River. Jun. 26, 2012 (0) · Photo: Maroon Lake and Maroon Bells near Aspen, Colorado News Watch » ... Four years ago I set out on a mission to inspire National Geographic readers to care not only about the planet but about ...
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Top travel photography fails
gapyear.com
We're all familiar with the beautiful and inspiring images from travel photography competitions. But if you're sick of the riduculously amazing photos that appear in National Geographic and Lonely Planet, maybe this is a contest you can sink your teeth ...
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How would the president cope with an alien invasion?
New Zealand Herald (blog)
To answer this important question, National GeographicChannel asked 1114 American voters which of this year's two US presidential candidates would be better able to handle an alien onslaught. Barack Obama ... Send pics, video and tips to nzherald ...
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New Zealand Herald (blog)
Snap judgment
Sydney Morning Herald
At 23, National Geographic's photo editor, whom he'd met earlier in Sweden, called and told him: “Mattias, we want you to go to the Amazon and come back with pictures we have never seen before”. It would prove an exhilarating but scary assignment.
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Sydney Morning Herald
World's Ugliest Dog: The Evolution of Mugly's Frightful Features
National Geographic
A Chinese Crested dog named Mugly. Bald is beautiful? U.K.-based Chinese crested Mugly, new king of unsightly canines. Photograph by Kimihiro Hoshino, AFP/Getty Images. Kastalia Medrano. for National Geographic News. Published June 28, 2012 ...
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Pictures: 25 New Reef Fish Found—"Beautiful" Basslet, More
National Geographic
Among the new species: a candy-striped clingfish and fairy goby—plus, a "bizarre" scorpionfish and an eel opening wide for flounder.
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Storia™, the eReading App for Kids Created by Scholastic, to OfferNational ...
Embedded.com
"A widely recognized and trusted source of non-fiction for kids with amazing photography, award-winning authors and high interest content that kids love, National Geographic titles have long been popular in print through Scholastic Book Clubs and will ...
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Image contest: Explore the unseen
Nanowerk LLC
Inspired by the upcoming film, the FEI Image Contest offers owners and users an opportunity to explore their creativity and share their images with National Geographic'sworldwide audience. Together, the film and photo contest will allow audiences to ...
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Good day, bad day: June 28, 2012
The Week Magazine
A National Geographic poll finds that Americans believe President Obama would do better than Mitt Romney in fending off an alien attack. [Discovery News]. Super specs ....Can you guess what's really going on in these bizarrephotos? TAKE THE QUIZ ...
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The Week Magazine
The final frontier: Tweeting at aliens?
The Week Magazine
Photo: Mike Agliolo/Corbis SEE ALL 115 PHOTOS. A new survey suggests that more than one-third of Americans believe in UFOs, and now, they'll ... Starting June 29 from 8 p.m. EDT to 3 a.m. EDT Saturday, all tweets tagged with the hashtag #ChasingUFOs ...
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Alien invasion? That's OK with most Americans
STLtoday.com
As part of its new "Chasing UFOs" series, the National GeographicChannel conducted a poll to assess Americans' views on the paranormal. The study found that 11 percent of those polled firmly believed they had spotted a UFO. In addition, most of those ...
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Voyager points the way for an exciting future
Mat-Su Valley Frontiersman
I have a love for anything about space and space travel, ever since I found some old dog-eared copies of National Geographic telling the stories of the Mercury 7, like that of John Glenn and his epic journey in Friendship 7. I was barely old enough to ...
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The world on two wheels
Albany Democrat Herald
CORVALLIS — Join refuge staff and volunteers at William L. Finley NWR for three fun-filled days of archery, nature photography, a casting cont…... Fez, Morocco, the Medina and the leather-dyeing vats (as seen inNational Geographic for the last 50 ...
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My favourite things
This is Cornwall
"I'd dreamt about going to India since I was in my teens, inspired byphotographs in National Geographic, and last year I finally found an excuse to go. My friend Daniel Nanavati has planned to re-publish a book written by Mother Shanna Sands, who ...
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Food FYI: Tomato's downfall, still more burgers, haute Israeli?
Los Angeles Times
... the push for redness in tomatoes led to the downfall of flavor. National Geographic has a book out on the 10 best of everything, and it includes hamburgers. ... positively paroxysmic over his meal at Haj Kahil in Tel Aviv. Do not look at his photos ...
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Super-Tornadoes 1000 Miles Wide Heat the Sun's Atmosphere
iScienceTimes.com
(Photo: Wedemeyer-Böhm et al (2012)). Comments 0: Print ... "You'd expect the sun's temperature to decrease outwards, but that's just not the case," said lead author and astrophysicist Wedemeyer-Böhm, according to National Geographic. "Something has to ...
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iScienceTimes.com
Seth MacFarlane donates Carl Sagan's papers to Library of Congress
Los Angeles Times
The archive consists of 800 boxes of material gathered from throughout Sagan's life, including book drafts, correspondence with other scientists, idea files and even his birth announcement, grade school report cards and various photographs, audio ...
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AP Top News at 7:20 am EDT
Boston.com
FILE - In a Jan. 7, 2008, file photo Attorney Donald Verrilli talks to media outside the Supreme Court after arguing against the use of a three drug cocktail for lethal injections in death penalty executions. Now Obama's top Supreme Court lawyer ...
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Rescuers urge police to investigate case of fatally starved dog Kingston
Examiner.com
Katerina Lorenzatos Makris, Animal Policy Examiner. Katerina Lorenzatos Makris (a.k.a. Kathryn Makris) has written 17 novels for major publishers; thousands of articles during four years as a wire service reporter; numerous pieces for publications such ...
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Golden Mahseer: Freshwater Species of the Week – News Watch
By Brian Clark Howard
Photo: Andy Goldsworthy sculpture at Aspen Institute, Colorado NewsWatch » ... Photo: Maroon Lake and Maroon Bells near Aspen, ColoradoNews ... Brian Clark Howard is an Environment Writer and Editor atNational Geographic News.
News Watch
Photos: Olympic Vistas - Intelligent Travel - National Geographic
By Shannon Switzer
... On Two Million Dollars A… Jun. 25, 2012 (1) · Photo by Andrew Evans,National Geographic Traveler ... Learning Swiss. Jun. 19, 2012 (13) · The Swiss Flag, older than the country itself and very square (Photo by Andrew Digital Nomad » ...
Intelligent Travel
Putnam and National Geographic join forces | WQAD.com — Quad ...
By Shellie Nelson
The theater at the Putnam Museum is among the first in the world to become affiliated with National Geographic. ... on camera on this subject. Cancel Submit. WQAD.com — Quad Cities News & Weather from WQAD Television, Channel 8 ...
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Tweet ET In National Geographic's 1977 'Wow! Signal' Experiment ...
By The Huffington Post News Editors
Coinciding with tonight's premiere of the National Geographic Channel's new series, "Chasing UFOs," you can create your own tweet that will be combined with others from around the world and they'll all be transmitted into space back to the area ... cheeseburgers and much pie. #ChasingUFOs. Antonio R. We want to meet you, shall we have a beer? :) #ChasingUFOs. Contribute to this Story: Send us a tip; Send us a photoor video; Suggest a correction. FOLLOW WEIRD NEWS. Like ...
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Trailblazing Haiti: Scouting the Country's First Pro Mountain Biking ...
By Jayme Moye
Kids · Kids Home · Games · Videos · Animals & Pets · Photos · Countries · Fun Stuff · Community · News · Animal Jam · Little Kids ... Adventurers Needed: National Geographic Casting Engineer/Tech… Jun. 6, 2012 (1) · NGT small Beyond the Edge » ... The man with the vision, Philip Kiracofe,pictures Stage 2 of the race starting in the park's ample trail system and then plunging down the other side of the mountains to the coast, ending in beach town of Jacmel. The paths in La Visite are ...
Beyond the Edge
Pictures: "Emergency" - National Geographic News
Two newfound "emergency hoards" from Israel—gold jewelry and coins—may have been hidden by ancient families fleeing unknown dangers.
news.nationalgeographic.com/.../120618-emergency-gold-trea...
Pictures: Jaguars Spotted on Colombian Plantation—A First
Looking "calm, playful, and healthy," jaguars have been spotted on a Colombian oil palm plantation—a first, scientists say.
news.nationalgeographic.com/.../120618-jaguars-plantations-c...
New Aurora Pictures - National Geographic News
At least two titanic eruptions on the sun created intense auroral displays this weekend, painting skies with rare hues.
news.nationalgeographic.com/.../120619-aurora-pictures-sun-s...
Pictures: Now or Never? - National Geographic News
For summer travel with lasting impact, consider destinations that are changing fast—Glacier National Park, the Everglades, and more.
news.nationalgeographic.com/.../120625-summer-vacations-tr...
Space Pictures This Week - National Geographic News
A frosty view of home, a Chinese space first, and a galactic display feature among our editors' picks for this week's best space pictures.
news.nationalgeographic.com/.../120625-best-space-pictures-2...
Roman Amphitheater, Jordan - Photography - National Geographic
(This photo and caption were submitted to the 2012 National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest.) Have photos of your own travels you would like to submit?
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Pictures - National Geographic News
Dozens of new terra-cotta warriors have emerged from the burial of China's first emperor—along with the site's first known shield.
news.nationalgeographic.com/.../120620-terra-cotta-warriors-c...
Pictures: Eleven Nations With Large Fossil-Fuel Subsidies
Governments around the world spend billions of dollars each year to keep the price of fossil fuels low, burdening state finances and encouraging wasteful ...
news.nationalgeographic.com/.../120618-large-fossil-fuel-subs...
Mars Has "Oceans" of Water Inside? - National Geographic News
National Geographic Society. P.O. Box 98199 ... National GeographicDaily News ... News. Scorpionfish picture: a species of reef fish described in a new book ...
news.nationalgeographic.com/.../120626-mars-water-mantle-o...
Lonesome George, Last of His Kind, Dies in Galápagos
National Geographic Society. P.O. Box 98199. Washington ... NationalGeographic Daily News ... Photograph by Pete Oxford, MindenPictures/Corbis. Christine ...
news.nationalgeographic.com/.../120625-lonesome-george-tor...
Warm Snap Turned Antarctica Green Around the Edges
National Geographic Society. P.O. Box 98199 ... National GeographicDaily News · Home · Animals ... (See pictures of modern Antarctic warming.) Leaf Waxes ...
news.nationalgeographic.com/.../120620-green-antarctica-tree...
Easter Island Mystery Solved? - National Geographic News
(National Geographic News is a division of the Society.) picture: mount everest base camp · See new Easter Island pictures from National Geographic magazine ...
news.nationalgeographic.com/.../120622-easter-island-statues-...
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