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Boy saves his younger sister from water cannon


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Boy saves his younger sister from water cannon

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BREATHTAKING PHOTOGRAPHS INSPIRED BY THE NIGHTMARES OF CHILDREN

For his 1960s project on children’s dreams, legendary photographer Arthur Tress visualizes the subconscious fears of the innocent mind. While working with educator Richard Lewis of The Touchstone Center, he observed an exercise in which young people were asked to construct poems and paintings of their dreams; inspired, he began collaborating with children to create haunting silver gelatin photographs.

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New Installation Traps Visitors in Prison of Light by Nonotak Studio

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Flowers dipped in liquid nitrogen and then smashed.

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Shaun Kardinal, Flying Formation, 2014

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On October 9, 1992, a brilliant fireball flashed over Peekskill, New York, startling fans at a high school football game. Nearby residents heard a terrific crash as a rock the size of a bowling ball dropped from the sky onto a parked Chevy Malibu, piercing the trunk and denting the driveway beneath it. Seconds after the crash, the stone was found near the car’s crumpled trunk, still warm and smelling of sulfur. 

Before they strike Earth, all meteorites orbit the Sun, just as the planets do. The Peekskill meteorite was one of only a handful of meteorites observed closely enough to calculate its entire orbit. Its path has been traced back to the inner edge of the main asteroid belt, between Jupiter and Mars, indicating it came from a main-belt asteroid.

Learn more about the Peekskill meteorite. 

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By David Olenick

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