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Word of the Day, October 7, 2015

October 7, 2015



Word of the Day

diagnostician 

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Definition: (noun) A person who diagnoses, especially a physician specializing in medical diagnostics.
Synonyms: pathologist
Usage: She was an excellent diagnostician and was immediately able to identify the cause of the patient's symptoms.

Article of the Day

Escapology

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Classically, escapology is the art of escaping from rope bindings. It has since evolved to include escapes from a variety of restraints, including straightjackets, cages, chains, and prisons. In the early 1900s, Harry Houdini, a master escapologist, began performing his "Chinese Water Torture Cell" act. The escape required a bound Houdini to hold his breath for more than three minutes while freeing himself from a locked, water-filled glass tank. Illusionists before Houdini had relied on what?
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This Day in History

French Statesman Leon Gambetta Flees Paris in a Balloon (1870)

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Gambetta was a lawyer who gained recognition as an opponent of the Second Empire of Napoleon III and, in 1869, joined the parliamentary opposition. When Napoleon's empire fell to the Germans, Gambetta organized a government of national defense to drive them out. With Paris under a grueling German siege, he made a spectacular escape to Tours in a balloon, where he continued fighting the Germans as minister of the interior and of war. Gambetta died shortly after being wounded in what accident?
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Today's Birthday

Niels Bohr (1885)

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Bohr was a Danish physicist who was among the first to recognize the importance of an element's atomic number. He was also the first to apply the quantum theory to atomic and molecular structure, and his concept of the atomic nucleus was a key step in understanding nuclear fission. He won a Nobel Prize for Physics in 1922 for his work on atomic theory. Though he contributed to atomic bomb research during World War II, he later devoted himself to arms control. What element is named in his honor?
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Today's Holiday

Okunchi Matsuri

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The Okunchi Festival in Nagasaki dates back to the 17th century, when many Chinese lived in the city and when both Dutch and Chinese traders regularly anchored their ships there. The festival pays tribute to these traders by presenting both a Dutch dance and a Chinese dragon dance, along with street fairs and other entertainment. The Okunchi Festival also features the traditional procession of the mikoshi—the ornate palanquin on which the local deity is believed to descend for a ride as it is carried through the streets.
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Quote of the Day

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Nobody loves life like an old man.

Sophocles (496 BC-406 BC)

In the News

In the Eerie Emptiness of Chernobyl's Abandoned Towns, Wildlife Is Flourishing

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The sound was like nothing Tom Hinton had ever heard before: a chorus of baleful wolf howls, long and loud and coming from seemingly every direction in the darkness. The predators yipped and chirped and crooned to one another for what seemed like ...
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