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In Good Company

Here are a few famous people Vinta Nanda has sourced and found that they rolled a joint and smoked in a high once in a while.<...

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One Strange Rock - Thrilldrunk Nature Documentary

The earth, hurtling fast and unstoppably, ticking away into an irreversible change has a story to evince. While...

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Kumbh Mela named Intangible Cultural Heritage By UNESCO

Kumbh Mela has been recognized by the UNESCO as an “intangible cultural heritage of humanity” for being the world’s larges...

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Losing our Lakes

Lonar Lake in Maharashtra is rapidly shrinking in size, researchers have found. The lake, situated in the Buldhana district near Amravati in central India, has recorded a d...

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This Couple’s Stunning Documentaries Are Taking Space Dreams to Rural Kids in India

A complex, fascinating, and ever-evolving subject, astronomy encompasses mathematics and physical science, culture and history, myth and imagination, and more. It has been ...

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Tests Show We Could Build A Humongous Gravitational Wave Detector In Space

LISA Pathfinder is a super-nerdy (and super-exciting) mission to test the tech that will go into building a huge gravitational wave observatory affectionately known as LISA...

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Kepler Is Saved! How NASA Used Its Deep Space Network To Avert Catastrophe

It’s been a nail-biting few days for the planet-hunting community, after NASA announced late last week that its Kepler space telescope had unexpectedly switched to &l...

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How We Entered A New Era Of Astronomy

Last week, a new era of astronomy began as Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory executive director David Reitze stood before a packed room at the National Pr...

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How Astronomers Will Actually Image The Solar System's Ninth Planet

The minds of space nerds around the world collectively exploded yesterday, after astronomers announced that there is likely an undiscovered Neptune-sized planet in the oute...

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The Buddhist Monk Who Uses Space To Teach Spirituality

In a pitch black room, Ryo Kasuga talk?s space as a simulated solar system rotates above my head. Kasuga, however, is no astronomer. He?s a Buddhist monk intent on using th...

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