Monday, January 18, 2016

Miss Cellania's Links

In 1958, Martin Luther King, Jr. was stabbed by a woman with a letter opener. Here’s the story of the black and white men who saved his life.

The Most Amazing Lie in History. How a con man became a trusted double agent while BSing his way through World War II.

The story of the real Hugo Glass and how it was changed for The Revenant. But first, let’s look at why they ended the movie the way they did.

Poor James Smithson’s Restless Corpse. Oh, it’s all true. I checked around.

The Most Complex Pop Culture Villains. We may root for the hero, but we can identify with the bad guys when we know where they are coming from.

Why top scientists are so worried about intelligent machines. It takes more than intelligence to maintain a civilization.

Animals Kept In Deep Freeze For 30 Years Brought Back To Life. What’s more, the tough tardigrades were able to reproduce afterward.

The DIY Scientist, the Olympian, and the Mutated Gene. A particularly fascinating story. (via Digg)

10 Real Life MacGyver Moments That Saved Lives. (via the Presurfer)

50 things Donald Trump has said that simply aren't true

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