If you’re going to read science for fun, you might as well read about affairs.
Thirty years ago, Mauna Loa, the massive volcano that makes up more than half of Hawaii’s Big Island, kicked off a 22-day eruption that kept geologists, emergency…
When is a whiskey not really “whiskey?” And who gets to decide? Those might sound like esoteric questions from somebody a few drams in, but no:…
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Transcript excerpts and video of danah boyd discussing her book It’s Complicated: The Social Lives of Networked Teens.
The FWS has designated 1,200 square miles of the southwest U.S. as critical habitat.
Public transportation is going electric – is the race to charge them keeping up?
A blue-skinned, mullet-sporting environmentalist with magic powers gifted by Gaia herself has fallen from grace.
Grab your shovels, the snow storm season has only just begun for those on the U.S.’s eastern coast. But how to be a more efficient shoveler? Science.
It’s the start of a terrible joke, I know, but in this case, there’s truth. Traffic and emperor penguins use similar models to jam themselves up.