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Word of the Day, September 22, 2015

September 22, 2015

Word of the Day


Definition: (noun) A thick and heavy shoe.
Synonyms: brogan, brogue, work shoe
Usage: He trotted noisily across the hardwood floors in his clodhoppers.

Article of the Day

Prometheus, The Tree

In 1964, Prometheus, a Great Basin Bristlecone Pine, was the oldest known non-clonal organism on Earth. That year, a graduate student cut down the 5,000- year-old tree to examine its ring growth patterns and derive information about the climate. It is unclear who suggested that Prometheus be cut down, why the action was deemed necessary, and whether its impact was fully understood at the time. Methuselah is currently the oldest known living tree. How old is it?

This Day in History

The Vela Incident (1979)

In the 1960s, the US launched a group of satellites to monitor international compliance with a treaty prohibiting all tests of nuclear weapons except those conducted underground. In 1979, one of the satellites detected an unidentified double flash characteristic of an atmospheric nuclear explosion. The data were initially interpreted as evidence of a South African nuclear test, but experts later determined that the flash was likely not nuclear in origin and may have instead been caused by what?

Today's Birthday

Joseph Valachi (1903)

Valachi, a New York gangster, was the first Mafia member to publicly acknowledge the organization's existence. A "soldier" in New York City's powerful Genovese crime family, he testified before a congressional committee on organized crime in 1963, disclosing details about the Mafia's history and operations and making "Cosa Nostra" a household name. Three years later, he attempted suicide in his prison cell but survived. Why did Vito Genovese put out a $100,000 contract on Valachi in 1962?

Today's Holiday

Aizu Byakko Matsuri

Aizu was once the sturdiest castle in northeast Japan, but it was destroyed in a battle between the Emperor's forces and the Shogun's forces in 1868. The Byakkotai, or White Tiger Band, young men who vowed to lay down their lives in defense of the castle, saw what they thought was fire rising from the walls. Thinking it had fallen into enemy hands, they killed themselves. Each September, to commemorate their courage, there is a procession of 500 warriors and a lantern procession through Aizu Wakamatsu, where the original members of the White Tiger Band are buried.

Quote of the Day

And yet self-knowledge is thought by some not so easy. Who knows, my dear sir, but for a time you may have taken yourself for somebody else? Stranger things have happened.

Herman Melville (1819-1891)

In the News

Why Climate Change Means More Huge Mosquito Swarms in the Arctic

Global warming is already underway, taking a toll on the Arctic sea ice and various wildlife populations such as the polar bears, but mosquitoes are thriving. As temperatures warm in the Arctic, mosquitoes are not only able to emerge earlier from ...

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