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Fantastically Wrong: Europe’s Insane History of Putting Animals on Trial and Executing Them
By Matt Simon, wired.com

On September 5, 1379, two herds of pigs at a French monastery grew agitated and killed a man named Perrinot Muet. As was custom at the time, the pigs—the actual murderers and those that had simply looked on—were tried for their horrible crime, and…

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The Chemistry Behind the Different Colors of Autumn Leaves
Sarah Zhang, gizmodo.com

At some point when you were a wee child, your parents or teachers probably gave you a simple—but incomplete—explanation of why leaves change color in the fall: green chlorophyll fades to reveal the yellows and oranges that have been there all alon…

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RT @chrisdelia We are in Chicago & @SarahKSilverman & @billburr are having so much fun it’s fucking unbelievable

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Winnie The Pooh And His Friends, Gone Dark
Gergo Vas, kotaku.com

There was always something fishy about Winnie the Pooh and his lovely friends. Deep down we all knew things were not as shiny as they looked.Artist Paul Ribera has some polaroids from the Hundred Acre Woods, showing Winnie the Pooh and almo…