Monday, April 26, 2010

Good Reads and Information

The United States Holocaust memorial Museum in Washington is hosting National Days of Remembrance this week by welcoming those who liberated the concentration camps in 1945. Some of those US soldiers were of Japanese descent and served while their families were interred in America.

Ten Things You Don’t Know About Comets. And even if you do, you'll want to see the pictures!

A New York pizza chef in Atlanta shares his passion for pizza and everything to do with pizza making. And more importantly, he shares his pizza recipe!

A really sad story, told in two pictures. I wish I knew more about these ladies.

Dr. Steven J. Hatfill spent six years as the prime suspect in the anthrax attacks. Three years after he was cleared, he can finally talk about the ordeal.

Studies with apes and monkeys show that the concept of fairness goes beyond human experience. Chimpanzees not only get upset when they think they've been unfairly penalized, they also object when they are unfairly rewarded over their cohorts.

13 Lottery Winners Who Lost Everything. The kidnapping victim is a heartbreaking story; those who stole winning tickets, not so much.

The Adventures of BeetleCam. A remote control toy vehicle with a camera gets up close and personal with wild animals in Tanzania. (via Cynical-C)

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