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15 spectacular supercell thunderstorms (PHOTOS)

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Supercell or rotating thunderstorms sometimes seem as if they don’t belong on this planet. They are truly a spectacle and awe-inspiring to see in person. I have assembled 15 examples of striking supercell storms from many of the best storm photographers in the country.


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Histoire Naturelle - Google Arts & Culture

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Un milliard d'années à explorer avec @GoogleArts #PreviouslyOnEarth
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3D Map Of Ocean Floor Uncovers Strange Surprise

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Australian scientists uncovered a big surprise on the ocean floor just outside the Great Barrier Reef
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Google teams with dozens of natural history museums to bring long-gone worlds online

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Google is boosting its cultural credentials today with the news that it has partnered with around 60 natural history institutions to bring long-extinct worlds to life online through interactive exhibitions.
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7 maps that changed history

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Turin Papyrus Very few maps survive from the ancient world, but those that do demonstrate a surprising level of sophistication in the depiction of small-scale areas.
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Settle Into 10 of the Most Beautiful Libraries on Earth

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Designers, it seems, have figured out one way to get people to read more: Make libraries more beautiful.
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Moving to medieval England

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Reading the name ‘Reginald Newport’ in the English records of the 14th century does not immediately lead one to suppose that its holder was a foreigner.
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Dogs understand both vocabulary and intonation of human speech

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Dogs have the ability to distinguish vocabulary words and the intonation of human speech through brain regions similar to those that humans use, a new study reports.
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Travel Back in Time With the Master of Photo Colorization

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Brazilian artist Marina Amaral makes history feel more real by adding the color back in.
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Wikiverse turns Wikipedia into a glorious galaxy of knowledge

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If recklessly clicking through hundreds of entries no longer does it for you, Wikiverse is about to become your new favorite way of browsing Wikipedia.
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The Composition of the Rio Olympics Medals

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If you’ve been watching the Olympics, you might have assumed that the medals given out are, as advertised, made of gold, silver, and bronze. Due to metal values, however, the reality is sligh…

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Why are countries classified as First, Second or Third World? - Ask History

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People often use the term “Third World” as shorthand for poor or developing nations. By contrast, wealthier countries such as the Unite
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A Gorgeous—and Unsettling—Video of Evolution in Action

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This time-lapse you see here is among the most compelling visualizations of evolution we've ever seen. It's also a little frightening.
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Weather Forecast Maps

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Animated wind, rain and temperature maps, detailed forecast for your place, data from the best weather forecast models such as GFS, ICON, GEM

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Incredible world map visualising the weather in real time... A-mazing!!
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The History Behind Your Classroom Essentials Infographic

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The History Behind Your Classroom Essentials Infographic Teaching is a profession that revolves around stationery. From drawing pictures, to paper mache and colourful collages, teachers know all too well how important stationery essentials can be in the classroom. Your stationery drawer is much... http://elearninginfographics.com/history-behind-classroom-essentials-infographic/
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3,000 Illustrations of Shakespeare's Complete Works from Victorian England, Neatly Presented in a New Digital Archive Open Culture

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Witness Climate Change Anywhere on Earth With This Mesmerizing Visualization

Witness Climate Change Anywhere on Earth With This Mesmerizing Visualization | Navigate | Scoop.it
Climate change is happening all around us, but when your life is far more driven by the day-to-day weather, it can be hard to grasp the reality of a process playing out incrementally, globally, and over the course of generations. It’s much easier if you have a compelling visualization—and thankfully, one climate scientist with a flair for data design has made one.
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Migrations in Motion - The Nature Conservancy

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Data visualization showing projected direction 2900 species need to move to track climate change
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Decisive Moments at the Rio Olympics, Frame By Frame

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See the Summer Games in a series of composite images.
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Decoding the Hidden Meanings of Olympic Symbols

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In an age where everything is branded, Olympic pictograms must reflect the culture of the host city.
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A bird's eye view of nature: Aerial photographs of wildlife from above

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Photographer Michael Poliza, 58, captured these unique images from the air across various places in Africa including Botswana, Namibia, Kenya, and Ethiopia, over more than a decade.
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Interactive Maps of the Metropolitan Museum Offer Fresh Views of Its Permanent Collections

Interactive Maps of the Metropolitan Museum Offer Fresh Views of Its Permanent Collections | Navigate | Scoop.it
It’s fun to wander around the Metropolitan Museum of Art without a paper guide, but students in the School of Visual Arts’ MFA Visual Narrative program have created a number of creative, interactive maps for the museum well worth consulting. Created
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Glossary for the British Library Catalogue of Illuminated Manuscripts

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This glossary has been reproduced (with some revisions) from Understanding Illuminated Manuscripts: A Guide to Technical Terms
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