Radical Discoveries & Feeling Floaty
Winter may be here, but there's no reason to be cold when our favorite moments of the past will keep us warm and cozy.
On this day
She's on fire
On this day in 1898, Marie Curie, the glass-ceiling shattering, Nobel Prize-winning chemist, and her husband Pierre discovered the element Radium and changed the course of radioactivity research forever in the process.
Photo source: Wikimedia Commons
The way we were
In the inner tube
Don't want to swim in the open water? Floaties are the perfect solution. Plus, they make for a great photo.
Photo source: Creative Commons
Blast from the past
They say two heads are better than one, but does it count if it's the same person?
Photo source: Flickr
Photomyne user photo
"This is my senior picture from 1975. It was taken at our local photographer’s studio, Studio D’Lari."
Photo source: Photomyne user Ronnetta Henrichs
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