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How to Not Lose Your Mind During Today's Snow Storm. GOD YES.

How to Not Lose Your Mind During Today's Snow Storm. GOD YES.

Cambridge, Massachusetts in the blizzard of 1978. Year I was born! Now this is some snow!! U stlouis people are wussies!!

Cambridge, Massachusetts in the blizzard of 1978. Year I was born! Now this is some snow!! U stlouis people are wussies!!

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El proyecto Texto viral de la Universidad Northeastern de Boston está estudiando cómo se difundía en el siglo xix el material impreso a través de los periódicos, la red social de esa época. Si un a…

El proyecto Texto viral de la Universidad Northeastern de Boston está estudiando cómo se difundía en el siglo xix el material impreso a través de los periódicos, la red social de esa época. Si un a…

20 Underwater Wonders of Our Blue Planet Read more at http://www.earthtripper.com/20-underwater-wonders-world#eQLfXrIP0GmlVPEP.99

Desastres naturales y accidentes desafortunados dieron origen a destinos fascinantes en las profundidades del mar. Civilizaciones enteras que vieron su fin

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Las mejores 100 fotos de National Geographic de todos los tiempos

BBC Mundo le ofrece en exclusiva una selección de algunas de las fotografías más impresionantes del concurso anual del Museo de Historia Natural de Londres. Las fotos ganadoras se exhibirán a partir de octubre.

On July 22, 1975, photographer Stanley J. Forman rushed to the scene of a fire in Boston. A young woman, Diana Bryant, and a very young girl, Tiare Jones were seeking help. At the very instant the ladder reached them, the fire escape gave way. Bryant was pronounced dead at the scene. The young girl lived. Photo coverage from the tragic event garnered Stanley Forman a Pulitzer Prize. But more important, his work paved the way for Boston and other states to mandate tougher fire safety codes.

On July 22, 1975, photographer Stanley J. Forman rushed to the scene of a fire in Boston. A young woman, Diana Bryant, and a very young girl, Tiare Jones were seeking help. At the very instant the ladder reached them, the fire escape gave way. Bryant was pronounced dead at the scene. The young girl lived. Photo coverage from the tragic event garnered Stanley Forman a Pulitzer Prize. But more important, his work paved the way for Boston and other states to mandate tougher fire safety codes.

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