Day: July 1, 2017

Meet Li Ching Yun, the master of longevity who lived until the shocking age of 256. …

Meet Li Ching Yun, the master of longevity who lived until the shocking age of 256. What are his secrets to living a long life? See for yourself. Source

Head inside Abbey Road Studios to celebrate the 50th anniversary of #SgtPepperPBS tonight at 8/7c!

Head inside Abbey Road Studios to celebrate the 50th anniversary of #SgtPepperPBS tonight at 8/7c! http://to.pbs.org/2rQB4BD Source

Journey with me into the world’s LARGEST hole…and discover what’s hidden within…

Journey with me into the world’s LARGEST hole…and discover what’s hidden within… Source

Texas Woman CHARGED After THREATENING TO KILL JUDGE, Attempting To BRIBE Another In DRUG CASE!

HOUSTON – A Houston woman is in jail, accused of trying to bribe one Harris County judge and threatening to kill another. The Gulf Coast Violent Offenders Task Force says 34-year-old Kamelia Nunez was found hiding in a closet inside her apartment when she was arrested this week. Investigators say Nunez sent two checks to […]

First Person returns with new episodes featuring real LGBTQ+ stories. (From PBS Digital Studios)

First Person returns with new episodes featuring real LGBTQ+ stories. (From PBS Digital Studios) Source

NASA has announced in a press conference today that it will enter the corona of the SUN with it’s new probe, the Parker Solar Probe, in the Summer of …

NASA has announced in a press conference today that it will enter the corona of the SUN with it’s new probe, the Parker Solar Probe, in the Summer of 2018. Exciting! Source

On the Washington Week Extra: Why is Jared Kushner “the good son”? Plus, stories on Hillary Clinton, Joe Biden, the Supreme Court, President Donald J….

On the Washington Week Extra: Why is Jared Kushner “the good son”? Plus, stories on Hillary Clinton, Joe Biden, the Supreme Court, President Donald J. Trump’s travel ban, and freedom of the press. Source

See Why Sochi Is One of Russia’s Best Vacation Spots | National Geographic

National Geographic reporter Sergey Gordeev takes a tourist-friendly look at Sochi, Russia’s top vacation spot and the only place in the country where you can experience five climate zones, from sub-tropical to mountain permafrost, in a one hour drive. ➡ Subscribe: About National Geographic: National Geographic is the world’s premium destination for science, exploration, and […]

Tag someone who you’ve think seen him :o

Tag someone who you’ve think seen him 😮 Source

ACLU Sues Baltimore City After Woman LOSES HALF Of Police Settlement For SPEAKING OUT!

BALTIMORE — Officials with the ACLU said they are suing the city of Baltimore and its police department because victims of alleged police abuse are being silenced, CBS Baltimore reports A woman allegedly attacked by three Baltimore police officers said she’s been victimized once again because the city took away half of her settlement money […]

The Long Road Home – Trailer | National Geographic

Based on Martha Raddatz’s bestseller, “The Long Road Home” chronicles the events of April 4th, 2004, when a platoon was ambushed in Sadr City, Baghdad, in an attack that came to be known as “Black Sunday.” ➡ Subscribe: About National Geographic: National Geographic is the world’s premium destination for science, exploration, and adventure. Through their […]

Chinese Ancient Remedy That Will Strengthen Your Organs and Activate Your Circulation

+` In natural medicine, many ancient remedies come from Chinese tradition – and this is no different. This drink, though, is especially powerful, and we think you’ll appreciate how it activates blood circulation, improving vitality and helping you fight and prevent disease. For this particular ancient remedy, you need only four ingredients: 1 apple 1 […]

The Muramasa blades were known in ancient Japan to not only be deadly to opponents, but also to the owners themselves.

The Muramasa blades were known in ancient Japan to not only be deadly to opponents, but also to the owners themselves. Source

Get your brain ready for this riddle! (From PBS Infinite Series and PBS Digital Studios)

Get your brain ready for this riddle! (From PBS Infinite Series and PBS Digital Studios) Source

Forbes: Walmart workers cost taxpayers $6.2 billion in public assistance

It was found, just three years ago, that Walmart’s low-wage workers actually cost U.S. taxpayers an estimated $6.2 billion in public assistance including food stamps, Medicaid and subsidized housing. Using data from a 2013 study by Democratic staff from the U.S. Committee on Education and the Workforce, the “Americans for Tax Fairness” (a coalition of […]

So apparently a FACELESS fish was found in waters off Australia in 1873…and then was never to bee seen again. UNTIL NOW. #facelessfish

So apparently a FACELESS fish was found in waters off Australia in 1873…and then was never to bee seen again. UNTIL NOW. #facelessfish Source

Risk assessment tools use algorithms and data to predict whether someone will recommit a crime. Can they be trusted? (From KQED Learning and PBS Digit…

Risk assessment tools use algorithms and data to predict whether someone will recommit a crime. Can they be trusted? (From KQED Learning and PBS Digital Studios) Learn more: http://to.pbs.org/2sCI1Cv Source

Turmeric: What Everyone Needs To Know Before Using Turmeric Again

It won’t just cost lives, but the US is being found to to be spending over @2 trillion on private and public healthcare, of which a good portion is spent alone on chronic disease.  The healthcare system is fatally flawed and responds to the burden of chronic disease by prescribing medications that alter the immune […]