Smithsonian.com Daily Newsletter, 31 Jan-01 Feb 2019

Welcome to the Thursday evening (31 Jan 2019) update from “Hawaii Science Digest”.  This Hawaii Island based blog focuses on science, technology, medicine, health, the environment, cyber security, and artificial intelligence (AI).  Views expressed in this science news summary are those of the reporters and correspondents.  Content provided by “Smithsonian.com”.

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‘Frost Quakes’ May Have Caused Mysterious Booms in Chicago image
‘Frost Quakes’ May Have Caused Mysterious Booms in Chicago
A Smithsonian Researcher Reflects on What It Will Take to Land Humans on Mars image
A Smithsonian Researcher Reflects on What It Will Take to Land Humans on Mars
Scientists Model How Prehistoric Shark Cut Through Prey With 'Scissor Jaws' image
Scientists Model How Prehistoric Shark Cut Through Prey With ‘Scissor Jaws’
New Archive Reclaims the Narrative of the Roma image
New Archive Reclaims the Narrative of the Roma
Neuroscientists Have Converted Brain Waves Into Verbal Speech image
Neuroscientists Have Converted Brain Waves Into Verbal Speech
What the Earliest Super Bowl Commercials Tell Us About the Super Bowl image
What the Earliest Super Bowl Commercials Tell Us About the Super Bowl
Court Rules 'Blue Water' Vietnam Veterans Are Eligible for Agent Orange Benefits image
Court Rules ‘Blue Water’ Vietnam Veterans Are Eligible for Agent Orange Benefits
Why Almost All of the West Coast's Sunflower Sea Stars Have Wilted Away image
Why Almost All of the West Coast’s Sunflower Sea Stars Have Wilted Away
Today in History
One hundred years ago in Cairo, Georgia, Jackie Robinson was born. The baseball legend and civil rights pioneer made history when he broke baseball’s color barrier with the Brooklyn Dodgers in 1947.

Read about the highly anticipated Jackie Robinson Museum, set to open in December of 2019.

PHOTO OF THE DAY
I've been following this international circus festival in Latina for about 10 years. I stay most of the day with the artists backstage. I follow them until they get used to my presence.
“Stretching” Photo by Andrea Rizzi
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