Πέμπτη, 29 Σεπτεμβρίου 2011

Fwd: Inside NG: Teenage Brains, New Photo Tips, More!





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Impulsive, moody, maddening—that's a typical teen. Yet viewed through the eyes of evolution, adolescent behavior makes sense. Like, totally!  
  Take a look at the global appetite of Nat Geo fans and feast your eyes on this delicious food gallery.


  Meet five "backwoods" guys who apply redneck ingenuity with advanced engineering and physics.


  National Geographic photographer Cotton Coulson shares how to use lighting, scale, and angles to your advantage.


  How much do you really know about the connection between our power supply and our waterways?
 

  Help us break a Guinness World Record for most people doing jumping jacks and watch a video of the world jumping.  


  Check out our new app and devour thousands of wild, wacky, mind-bending facts from the magazine and book franchise.

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  Sharks carry a "remarkable" substance that stops viruses—a discovery that may lead to new antivirals for humans, a new study says.


  Earth-orbiting satellites may take a hit if the sun unleashes a big explosion, scientists warn.


  Prehistoric dinosaur and bird feathers, perfectly preserved in amber, are shedding light on the evolution of feather form and function.







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