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February 19, 2020

Ice Dropped Down a 450-Foot Hole Sounds Just Like a Space Laser Battle

Princeton University researchers are currently in the Antarctic, drilling holes hundreds of feet deep in order to learn more about climate change. The team has been extracting ice cores that are thousands (and even millions) of years old to provide information on Earth’s climate from all that time. While the team is carrying out important research, they’re also making time to have a little fun.

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February 19, 2020

This Immersive Exhibit Lets You Feel Like You’re Walking Inside 19th-Century Paintings

Set inside a former iron foundry in Paris, Atelier des Lumières was recently transformed, yet again. This time, Culturespaces’s digital art exhibition celebrates the work of 19th-century artists with a love of the Mediterranean. From Impressionists such as Renoir and Monet to pointillism masters such as Signac and Cross, visitors can immerse themselves in the vibrant colors of over 500 artworks from 20 artists.

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February 18, 2020

Thrift Store Discovers Photo Album of Mystery Woman Posing With Every A-List Hollywood Celebrity

The thrift store Opnieuw & Co in Mortsel, Belgium recently made a discovery that’s like opening a Hollywood time capsule. While sorting through a box of donated clothing and other items, workers there found an old photo album featuring the same woman posing next to A-list celebrities. Many of the images, that included the likes of Robert Downey, Jr.

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February 18, 2020

Jeff Bezos Pledges $10 Billion to Create Climate Change Fund

As the world’s richest man, Jeff Bezos has plenty of cash to spare. And now he’s putting it to good use by starting the Bezos Earth Fund. The Amazon CEO has pledged $10 billion of his own money to start the fund, which will fight climate change. In an announcement on his personal Instagram, Bezos called climate change “the biggest threat to our planet.

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