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Explosion of color takes over an abandoned Puerto Rican factory

An artist’s brilliance breathes new life into a desolate tobacco factory in Caguas, Puerto Rico. Bright sprays and colorful drips have seemingly exploded all over the factory’s formerly lifeless walls in local artist Sofia Maldonado’s eye-popping intervention, Kalaña. Show More Summary

Apples stunning spaceship campus revealed in new drone footage

Apple’s beautiful new campus nears completion and employees are set to move in this month. Videographer Duncan Sinfield’s got the latest visual scoop on the tech giant’s “spaceship” campus—officially named Apple Park—with his stunning drone footage of ongoing construction and a special nighttime close-up of the building interior. Show More Summary

7 Biggest Threats to the Environment - Why We Still Need Earth Day

This Saturday is Earth Day, and while it's a time to celebrate our planet, it's also a prime opportunity to take a closer look at the serious environmental issues we're facing and the solutions that need to be put in place to alleviate them. Show More Summary

Crazy Texas tire fire demonstrates why America needs the EPA

100,000 tires caught fire in arid Odessa, Texas earlier this month. The blaze was too much for local volunteer firefighters to extinguish as the isolated area's closest fire hydrant is four miles away. So the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) came to the rescue. Turns out the government body has some value after all, despite what some politicians and the president think.[...]

Researchers discover 14,000-year-old Canadian village, one of North America's oldest

The discovery of a 14,000-year-old ancient village in Canada could forever alter our understanding of early civilization in North America. Researchers estimate the settlement is way older than the Giza pyramids, and have found artifacts dating all the way back to the Ice Age. Show More Summary

Donald Trump Just Signed A Death Sentence For Hibernating Bear & Wolf Cubs, Mothers In Wildlife Refuges

What kind of person thinks its acceptable to sneak into the dens of hibernating bears, and dogs nursing their young, and shoot or gas babies and their mothers as they sleep? Self-admitted serial molester, avid defender of the ‘sport’ killing of endangered species, and current President Donald J. Show More Summary

Veganism in a World Full of Harm

In a world full of harm, be just, be fair, and be respectful of the rights of all beings—human and nonhuman; otherwise, you’re choosing to say “I knew, and I did nothing.”

Electricity Is The Gift That Can Keep On Giving In Africa

He is generic Africa Man. You can see him everywhere, walking barefoot across the Savannah and desert landscapes. He is on a mission that gets harder as time goes on. His mission is to find enough wood — a few dry sticks here, some roots there — to make a fire for a hot meal and to bathe. Show More Summary

Grow Plants from Seeds. 4 Reasons Why you Should

Growing plants from seeds indoors is such a win win to create a bountiful harvest. I am in zone 6 and  we have unpredictable weather from cold wet springs to really dry summers.  If I want to grow a descent harvest, then I have to grow seeds indoors to take advantage of  that perfect window [...]Show More Summary

China plans an entire new city near Beijing to cut congestion

Cities typically sprawl out over time, but the Chinese government just announced they will be building a whole new city about 62 miles away from Beijing. The country's capital is notorious for its pollution and overpopulation, and the government aims to address those issues with the creation of Xiongan New Area. Show More Summary

6 groundbreaking examples of tech innovations inspired by biomimicry

Da Vinci was definitely on to something when he observed birds and copied their forms to create his own wings for flight. Although biomimicry wasn't ultimately successful in helping Da Vinci achieve flight, it has a solid track record...Show More Summary

How to make an amazing grass daybed out of wood pallets The DIY garden guru starts by building out the frame using wood pallets and a slatted headboard. He then covers the base with geofabric before filling it with dirt and fertilizer. He presses...Show More Summary

Climate Change This Week: Coral Collapse Presages Our Own, Fascinating Facts, and More!

Today, the Earth got a little hotter, and a little more crowded. And the chances of Donald Trump’s family and fortune surviving climate change are small, dwindling daily and irreversibly. Saving BUB, Beautiful Unique Biodiversity, as in this Hickory Horned Devil that occurs in US Forests, is another reason to preserve carbon storing forests. Show More Summary

Let Us Now Praise A Coal Miner: Chuck Nelson Is An American Hero

Among the hundreds of coal miners I have interviewed over the years, retired coal miner Chuck Nelson has always been among the most fearless truth-tellers in the coal country of West Virginia. An indefatigable presence at hearings, meetings,...Show More Summary

Make Your Own Herbal Infused Oils for Life’s Bumps & Bruises

Do you have aches and pains or does your skin needs some TLC? Instead of buying chemically laden store bought products, make your own infused herbal oils with just dried herbs with your choice oil to soothe the inflammation.   Let me show you how.  Some of my favorite herb infused oils are calendula, comfrey, [...]Show More Summary

Incredible video of Mars stitched together by hand from 33,000 images

If you’ve ever wanted to get up-close and personal with Mars, check out this incredible video recently released by NASA that shows the Red Planet’s surface in stunning detail. Entitled "A Fictive Flight Above Real Mars," the video is...Show More Summary

Cloud House makes it rain on demand with creative water harvesting system

You won’t have to do a rain dance to make it rain at the Cloud House—sitting in one of its rocking chairs should do the trick. Artist Matthew Mazzotta created the Cloud House, a gabled pavilion with a cloud-like sculpture that releases collected rainwater whenever someone sits inside the building. Show More Summary

7,000 methane gas bubbles in Siberia on the verge of exploding

Last summer researchers revealed crazy bubbling tundra in Siberia in a surreal video. Scientists believe the weird phenomenon is caused by methane released by melting permafrost. Now around 7,000 of those bubbles are getting ready to explode. Show More Summary

Swedish researchers develop low-cost wood filter to purify water in refugee camps

At least 780 million people in the world lack access to clean water, a dire problem exacerbated by the increasing number of people living in poorly-equipped refugee camps. Researchers from KTH Royal Institute of Technology in SwedenShow More Summary

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