Saturday, March 8, 2014
who are often unable to live a normal life.
Friday, March 7, 2014
But Renaissance women didn’t have Nair or disposable razors. Did they really keep their bodies hairless? And if so, how?
According to Jill Burke, a lecturer on Italian renaissance history at the University of Edinburgh, women dealt with removing their hair in all sorts of ways, and most of them sounds pretty terrible.
In an interview, Stone talks about moral choices, comic timing and censorship.
here are five of the worst examples.
Thursday, March 6, 2014
See how one activist is drawing attention to their plight.
Mr Rastogi, 21, is one of 1,058 applicants shortlisted from some two million hopefuls globally for a one-way trip to Mars by Dutch non-profit organisation Mars One in 2024. It hopes to build a community of settlers on the planet. They have cleared two rounds of a rigorous four-stage clearance process, at the end of which 24 people will be sent to the planet. India has the largest number of applicants - 62 - after the US who have made it to the shortlist for the trip to the Red Planet.
Wednesday, March 5, 2014
By Andy Borowitz
Experts say there is no "safe" level of exposure to second-hand smoke.
But, what happens after these golf-ball-sized swimmers paddle off into the sunset?
To investigate, Kate Mansfield and her colleagues wanted to tag the creatures with some kind of instrument and then use satellites to track them where researchers can’t.