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Word of the Day, August 16, 2015

August 16, 2015



Word of the Day

enchiridion 

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Definition: (noun) A concise reference book providing specific information about a subject or location.
Synonyms: handbook, vade mecum
Usage: Over the years, the prisoner had spent time memorizing every enchiridion he could find and had become a virtual encyclopedia of knowledge.

Article of the Day

Salmonella

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Salmonella is a certain type of bacteria, several species of which are responsible for typhoid fever, paratyphoid fever, and food poisoning in humans. It is usually contracted from poultry, meat, or raw eggs and from food that has been cooked or frozen and not eaten right away. Salmonella poisoning could also result from handling reptiles, such as iguanas or terrapins, which commonly host the bacteria. According to the US government, what percentage of chickens is contaminated with salmonella?
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This Day in History

Ray Chapman Fatally Injured by Pitch to the Head (1920)

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For the entirety of his Major League Baseball career, Ray Chapman was a shortstop for Cleveland. He set a team record for stolen bases that would stand for decades, but his career was tragically cut short when he was hit in the head by a pitch thrown by Yankees hurler Carl Mays. According to eyewitnesses, Chapman likely never even saw the ball. He is the only Major League Baseball player to have died as a result of an injury received in a game. His death led the league to establish what rule?
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Today's Birthday

Wilhelm Wundt (1832)

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Wundt was a German physiologist and psychologist who stressed the use of scientific methods in psychology. Regarded as one of the fathers of psychology and the founder of experimental psychology, Wundt is credited with many firsts in the field: he gave the first course in scientific psychology in 1862, established the first psychological laboratory in 1879, and founded the first journal of psychology in 1881. What famous expression is attributed to Wundt?
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Today's Holiday

St. Roch's Day

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Also known as Roque or Rock, St. Roch (c. 1295-c. 1327) was a Frenchman who went on a pilgrimage to Rome. The plague struck while he was there, and, legend has it, he spent his time healing the afflicted by miraculous means. Known as the patron saint of the sick and the plague-stricken, St. Roch is honored annually throughout Italy. In Florence, there is a flower festival that includes a 14th-century historical costume parade, races, and competitions. In Realmonte, Sicily, the saint's poverty is recalled with a procession of people dressed in rags who carry a shabby picture of the saint.
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Quote of the Day

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Religions are conclusions for which the facts of nature supply no major premises.

Ambrose Bierce (1842-1914)

In the News

Study: Aerial Drones Flying Overhead Stress Out Black Bears

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Black bears display a behavioral response to unmanned aerial drones flying over them, according to a new study. Researchers tracked black bears with GPS collars and cardiac monitors and then flew drones about 20 meters over them to detect their response ...
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