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Martian Water Guarantees Nothing

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The Search For Alien Life Will Be Very Very Tricky

NASA scientists announced today the best evidence yet that Mars, once thought dry, sterile and dead, may yet have life in it: Liquid water still flows on at least some parts of the Red Planet, seeping from slopes to accumulate in what might be life-nurturing pools at the bases of equatorial hills and craters. These remarkable sites on Mars may be the best locations in the solar system to search......read more

Homemade Marshmallows

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A sticky and cozy Christmastime treat, from Jennifer Reese

Known to web foodies as The Tipsy Baker, Jennifer Reese brings a fresh and funny perspective to cooking with Make the Bed, Buy the Butter, a chronicle of her food odyssey to figuring out which foods are worth the effort of making yourself, and which you should buy from the grocery. Marshmallows are one of the foods we'd never consider making ourselves, but Reese told NPR's All Things......read more

Greetings From Mars

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Photographer, Julien Mauve

Paris-based photographer, Julien Mauve, credits Christopher Columbus as his inspiration behind "Greetings From Mars", in which the tourist-style photos are taken throught the United States, as Julien 'visits' the planet.   From the artist: "It’s interesting to observe the way we act in front of the camera, how we include ourselves in the landscapes, how those landscapes trigger......read more

Salt Land

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Saltmarshes of Guerande photographed by Paul Morin

In the boggy region around Guerande, a medieval town on the Breton coast of northwest France, the seawater circulates inland via a vast network of canals and basins. When the tide retreats, the sun and wind work to evaporate the water, crystallizing the salt into maybe the most highly prized sea salt in the world: Fleur de Sel de Guérande. Photographer Paul Morin visited Guerande and......read more

Terrific Travel Photos by Amanda Marsalis

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Stunning travel shots from the globe-trotting Los Angeles photographer

Amanda Marsalis doesn't like to stay still for long. The LA-based photographer says she spends more time on planes and in airports than she does at home. And she has the pictures to prove it. These photos, taken from her Travel One and Travel Two series, capture scenes from her regular wanderings around the world. Pretty amazing stuff.   Be sure to check out the full size pics in all......read more

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