Home Is Where The Tiny House Is: The 130-square-foot "Fencl" is one of the (very) small homes offered by Tumbleweed Tiny House Company in California. The homes are available for purchase ready-made, but plenty of DIYers are choosing to construct their own. Tumbleweed Tiny House Company hide caption

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Do-It-Yourself Downsize: How To Build A Tiny House

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The Separation of Light From Darkness was one of the last Sistine Chapel frescoes painted by Michelangelo. Researchers at Johns Hopkins University say they've found in the lines of the character's neck an anatomically correct drawing of a brainstem. Copyright 2010, Congress of Neurological Surgeons hide caption

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Did Michelangelo Draw A Brain in God's Neck?

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The Challenges Of Photographing Disaster

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What's A Picture Worth? Polaroid Auctions Photos

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Geek Your Father's Day

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A Wartime Matisse Full Of Pain And Beauty

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Scientists Pinpoint Monet's London Balcony

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Gods On High ... Or Gods Are High? A curious piece of fruit in the bottom right-hand corner of Sandro Botticelli's Venus and Mars has caught the eye of art historian David Bellingham. He suspects that the 15th century master depicted the deities lounging with the hallucinogenic datura stramonium, also known as "poor man's acid." Get a closer look. Sandro Botticelli hide caption

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High Art: Were Botticelli's Venus And Mars Stoned?

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