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Rain Forest Warriors: How Indigenous Tribes Protect the Amazon (View Original Story)
Source: news.nationalgeographic.com Posted: 01-01-2014 at 12:00:58
How did a huge island of green in the Amazon become a fortress against ranchers, loggers, and miners? Answer: indigenous tribes.

Professors Look at Laughter in MIRTH Study (View Original Story)
Source: news.nationalgeographic.com Posted: 01-01-2014 at 12:00:58
Studies reveal: Laughter can increase your odds of getting pregnant, burn a lot of calories ? or kill you!

Solar Micro-Grid Aims to Boost Power and Food in Haiti (View Original Story)
Source: news.nationalgeographic.com Posted: 01-01-2014 at 12:00:58
In Haiti, a country where 75 percent of people lack electricity, a new project combines smart meters, solar panels, and a micro-grid to power a downtown and jump-start local agriculture. Could the model work elsewhere?

Watch a Stunning Time-Lapse Video of California Scenery (View Original Story)
Source: news.nationalgeographic.com Posted: 01-01-2014 at 12:00:58
Photographer Michael Shainblum overcame dyslexia and waited patiently for hours to create a breathtaking time-lapse video of the Golden State's natural beauty.

Make a Splash: Climbing Cliffs Over Deep Water in Oman (View Original Story)
Source: news.nationalgeographic.com Posted: 01-01-2014 at 12:00:58
Deepwater soloing lets rock climbers fall safely into water?although it's still risky and scary to drop off, according to adventurer Mark Synnott.

Most Memorable News Pictures of 2013 (View Original Story)
Source: news.nationalgeographic.com Posted: 01-01-2014 at 12:00:58
A National Geographic magazine photo editor chooses 20 of the year's most powerful news images.

Japan's Newest Island Triples in Size (View Original Story)
Source: news.nationalgeographic.com Posted: 01-01-2014 at 12:00:58
The new volcanic island Niijima is growing and should last at least several years more, scientists say.

Deep-Sea Photos: Vampire Squid, Bubblegum Coral Found (View Original Story)
Source: news.nationalgeographic.com Posted: 01-01-2014 at 12:00:58
A recent deep-sea expedition studied life around a sunken shipping container and an ocean ridge never before seen by humans.

Best Space Photos 2013: Awesome Year of the Comet Shines Bright (View Original Story)
Source: news.nationalgeographic.com Posted: 01-01-2014 at 12:00:58
Comet ISON brought the drama, while starry skies, gleaming worlds, and astronomical eye-poppers provided the year's most awe-inspiring space visions.

As Solar Power Grows, Dispute Flares Over U.S. Utility Bills (View Original Story)
Source: news.nationalgeographic.com Posted: 01-01-2014 at 12:00:58
As more U.S. homes install solar power, who should pay for the legacy electric grid? In California and other states, utilities are challenging ?net metering? policies.

Will Climate Change Swamp the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island? (View Original Story)
Source: news.nationalgeographic.com Posted: 01-01-2014 at 12:00:58
Ellis Island and the Statue of Liberty are in climate change's way.

Who's on That Russian Ship Stuck on Antarctic Ice? And Why? (View Original Story)
Source: news.nationalgeographic.com Posted: 01-01-2014 at 12:00:58
The ship of a group recreating explorer Douglas Mawson's trek through the Antarctic is stuck in ice off the coast of the frozen continent.

World's Third Oldest Bible Displayed at Smithsonian (View Original Story)
Source: news.nationalgeographic.com Posted: 01-01-2014 at 12:00:58
The world's third oldest Bible, housed at the Smithsonian, makes a rare appearance over the holidays.

Best New Space Pictures: Saturn's Crown and Astronauts' Renown (View Original Story)
Source: news.nationalgeographic.com Posted: 01-01-2014 at 12:00:58
Winter's blue bands bound Saturn, while astronauts worked above a gleaming Earth in the week's best space pictures.

Photographer Captures Astonishing Images of Southern Right Whales (View Original Story)
Source: news.nationalgeographic.com Posted: 01-01-2014 at 12:00:58
Justin Hofman's stunning photographs of southern right whales showcase their beauty and gentleness?and their enormity.

Elephants Use Their Trunks to Ace Intelligence Tests (View Original Story)
Source: news.nationalgeographic.com Posted: 01-01-2014 at 12:00:58
Elephants use smell, but not sound, to find their way to food and likely to perform other tasks, scientists report.

Most Shared News Stories of 2013 (View Original Story)
Source: news.nationalgeographic.com Posted: 01-01-2014 at 12:00:58
From animals that regrow body parts to photos of the supermoon, these stories surprised and delighted our readers the most.

Opinion: Ship Stuck in Antarctica Raises Questions About Worth of Reenacting Expeditions (View Original Story)
Source: news.nationalgeographic.com Posted: 01-01-2014 at 12:00:58
Walking in the footsteps of the famous won't settle historical debates, but it may help tell us something just as important, says one historian.

Ten Biggest Energy Stories of 2013 (View Original Story)
Source: news.nationalgeographic.com Posted: 01-01-2014 at 12:00:58
The U.S. fracked its way to the top, Asia's smog woes mounted, Arctic exploration heated up, and other not-to-be-missed trends appear in our roundup of the year's biggest energy stories.

Best Pictures: Photographer Trapped Aboard Antarctic Ship (View Original Story)
Source: news.nationalgeographic.com Posted: 01-01-2014 at 12:00:58
From penguins to icebergs to now a ship trapped in ice?Andrew Peacock is documenting daily life aboard the Akademik Shokalskiy.

Opinion: 6 Reasons Antarctic Explorers Were Tougher 100 Years Ago (View Original Story)
Source: news.nationalgeographic.com Posted: 01-01-2014 at 12:00:58
Exploring unmapped lands with no hope of rescue is one of the reasons that we should admire early 20th-century Antarctic explorers, author argues.

Climate: Cloud Mixing Means Extra Global Warming (View Original Story)
Source: news.nationalgeographic.com Posted: 01-01-2014 at 12:00:57
Cloud mixing sets the globe on a path for warmer temperatures, say atmospheric scientists.

Volgograd Bombings Won't Derail Sochi Olympics?or New Year's Eve in Moscow (View Original Story)
Source: news.nationalgeographic.com Posted: 01-01-2014 at 12:00:57
Two deadly attacks in two days in Volgograd won't deter New Year's partiers in Russia?or derail the Sochi Olympics.

North Dakota Oil Train Fire Spotlights Risks of Transporting Crude (View Original Story)
Source: news.nationalgeographic.com Posted: 01-01-2014 at 12:00:57
The fiery crash of an oil train in North Dakota points to the risks of transporting crude oil by rail.

Electrifying Photos of the Early Age of Antarctic Exploration Found (View Original Story)
Source: news.nationalgeographic.com Posted: 01-01-2014 at 12:00:57
Photographic negatives found in a base camp hut in Antarctica reveal 22 never-before-seen images from the early age of exploration.

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