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The “Lovers of Valdaro” are a pair of human skeletons that were discovered in 2007 by a team of archaeologists at a Neolithic tomb in Italy.

The two skeletons appear to have died while they were gazing into one another’s eyes and hugging each other, thus reminiscent of a “lovers’ embrace.” For 6,000 years, two young lovers had been locked in an eternal embrace, hidden from the eyes of the world.

Despite their embrace lasting six millennia, the Lovers of Valdaro only became known ten years ago, when their tomb was discovered near Mantua, in the northern region of Lombardy.

Digging in the village of Valdaro, a team of archaeologists led by Elena Maria Menotti found a double burial: a young man and woman considered to be about 20 years of age, huddled close together, face to face, their arms and legs entwined, as if they were embracing.

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Billed as “the entire universe in blog form”, Bad Astronomy covers, you guessed it, everything astronomy and space-related.

This short, for example, is about how atoms, even though they’re mostly empty space, makes objects in the world feel solid and heavy.

The website Boing Boing has long been known as one of the meccas of nerd-dom among geeks such as myself.

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Does this sound like you or some students you know? Fortunately though, science is one addiction that’s actually beneficial!

This is not to mention that, thanks to the Internet, there are thousands of awesome science resources out there for you to use in the classroom.

Last but not least comes It’s Okay To Be Smart, “a blog about science and other interestingness.” Curated by Joe Hanson, IOTBS is a fantastical collection of all things wondrous.

While there’s no lesson plans or projects on the blog, one thing it has in spades is jaw-dropping moments.

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