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The natural world. Looking pretty for 3.5b years.

The End of Skiing? Thursday, February 28, 20130

The End of Skiing?

Winter won’t end, but skiing might fall off as a winter sport, if current trends continue. Where will you ski in 50 years? Maybe more in...
Change the Course Wednesday, February 27, 20130

Change the Course

Change the Course was initiated to assist water conservation efforts and help to restore the Colorado River delta.
Flashing Light Sunday, February 24, 20130

Flashing Light

Solarization is a special photo technique where a developing print is exposed to a flash of light while still in the darkroom tray. The result...
Self Portrait Saturday, February 23, 20130

Self Portrait

The Jet Propulsion Laboratory at CalTech and NASA have released a panoramic self-portrait of the Curiosity Rover compiled from multiple...
Molton Rain Thursday, February 21, 20130

Molton Rain

Photography and video are used as powerful tools in helping to document research findings and create visual stories. An amazing example was...
Breakthrough Prizes Wednesday, February 20, 20130

Breakthrough Prizes

When you think of Silicon Valley, the life sciences aren't the first things that come to mind. The valley, once known for its orchards and berry...

Tuesday, February 19, 2013

Envious of a Sea Slug

By Lucas Gardner As reported by the Royal Society journal, Japanese researchers recently observed a very strange, very special ability of the...
President's Day Quiz Monday, February 18, 20130

President's Day Quiz

President's Day quiz: Where is the most isolated city in the world? Perhaps a volcanic island provides a clue: Mystery Desert Island (credit:...
The Dark Hedges Sunday, February 17, 20130

The Dark Hedges

We all need some mystery and mythology in our lives. That is one reason why science fiction and fantasy novels and their movie adaptations remain...
Photogenic Mars Tuesday, February 4, 20200

Photogenic Mars

A phtographic mantra is, "location, location, location".
Arctic Greening Sunday, February 2, 20200

Arctic Greening

The Arctic is greening, and fast.

Docs at Sundance Saturday, February 1, 20200

Docs at Sundance

Global documentaries premiere at Sundance.

Robo Reptiles and Slither Bots Friday, January 31, 20200

Robo Reptiles and Slither Bots

Slither-bots for Mars.

Plant Trees Wednesday, January 29, 20200

Plant Trees

One doable climate change solution.

Eagle as Filmmaker Monday, January 27, 20200

Eagle as Filmmaker

Sea Eagle becomes a movie producer.

Luminescent Turtles & Young Explorers Sunday, January 26, 20200

Luminescent Turtles & Young Explorers

Biodiversity constantly surprises.

Where Buffaloes Once Roamed Friday, January 24, 20201

Where Buffaloes Once Roamed

The first wildlife restoration.

Drawing Fish Wednesday, January 22, 20200

Drawing Fish

James Prosek ponders fish.

Bobbing Boulders Tuesday, January 21, 20200

Bobbing Boulders

Building landforms is a continuous process.

Visualizing the Biosphere Monday, January 20, 20200

Visualizing the Biosphere

The Earth's fragility visualized.

A Stark Divide Saturday, January 18, 20200

A Stark Divide

Earth's brown, green, and blue colors.

North Pole, Mars Thursday, January 16, 20200

North Pole, Mars

New polar feature observed.

Fog Farmers Tuesday, January 14, 20200

Fog Farmers

Fog harvesters gather water.

Where Do Good Ideas Come From? Monday, January 13, 20200

Where Do Good Ideas Come From?

A storyteller suggests an answer.

Look & See Sunday, January 12, 20200

Look & See

A Portrait of Wendell Berry.

Valuing Nature Friday, January 10, 20200

Valuing Nature

How to measure nature's value.

Navel of the World Thursday, January 9, 20200

Navel of the World

Tibet's sacred mountain.