We’ve come a long way from being scared, scrawny apes in the savannah.
Since the early 20th century, Earth’s axis has shifted by more than 10 meters.
They’re heating up twice as fast as everywhere else.
Is this what the future will look like?
There are not many people I dislike as intensely as ivory poachers.
Wasps are actually useful.
These bright blue trains are the greenest around.
There’s some good news, but also a lot of bad news.
Ultimately, what the mosquito eats, we eat as well.
Intelligent behavior emerging from a group of relatively unintelligent organisms.
Go Cali, go!
Not ony are they very precise, but they’re also very decisive.
Very Not Good™.
Dragonflies have been around for 200 million years, long before humans stepped in. They also feature intricate wing patterns, which humans are now studying using an algorithm.
An understudied phenomenon may double the amount of methane released into the atmosphere by the thawing Arctic permafrost.
The miner who found it thought it was a dog.
And the situation is getting worse.
Impressive, and very helpful — visual technology at its finest.