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The art of the wilderness: Spectacular nature photos of 2018

Earth is teeming with otherworldly creatures. But they often live in distant lands, far from our cities, roads, and homes. Photographers and scientists, traveling to rugged, windswept islands and into the dense rainforest, make this life visible — sometimes by using motion-detecting cameras. The British Ecological Society released the top images of its 2018 photography...CONTINUE READING
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Let shipping forecast compilations lull you to sleep

Hard Refresh is a soothing weekly column where we try to reset your brain and cleanse it of whatever terrible thing you just witnessed on Twitter. You’ve laughed through Vine compilations. You’ve cringed through TikTok compilations. Now, try sleeping through Shipping Forecast compilations.  The Shipping Forecast is a nautical weather report on the BBC. In...CONTINUE READING
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This algae ‘curtain’ could make city buildings into urban trees — Sharp Science

Photo.Synth.Etica may look like an abstract art piece, but really it might be a glimpse into the future of smarter, greener cities. The “curtain” is made of modules that have algae which suck in carbon dioxide and other air pollutants, and then spit out some clean, clean oxygen. Check out our short video for more...CONTINUE READING
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The air quality in India is horrendously bad right now. Here’s why.

Apocalyptically horrendous air has descended upon India’s sprawling capital territory, Delhi.  According to November 4 measurements taken by the U.S. Embassy in New Delhi, the Air Quality Index (AQI) hit 534. For perspective, the scale only goes up to 500, wherein levels are described as “Hazardous.” “534 is higher than your highest value — which...CONTINUE READING
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Venice’s worst flood in 10 years couldn’t stop this restaurant from serving pizza

Venice is currently experiencing the worst flooding it’s seen in a decade, but one restaurant refuses to let the knee-high water impact business. As the city begins to recover from the intense storms that recently hit Italy, killing several people, the restaurant in Venice has its doors open and is serving anyone daring enough to...CONTINUE READING
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Photos show widespread destruction in the aftermath of Hurricane Michael

Hurricane Michael made landfall in the Florida panhandle as a Category 4 storm on Wednesday, causing widespread and sometimes catastrophic damage.  So far, two people have died as a result of the storm. SEE ALSO: Watch from the cockpit as storm hunters enter Hurricane Michael’s eye As Michael, now a tropical storm, moves toward the...CONTINUE READING
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Watch Hurricane Michael roll in from these live beach cams

Hurricane Michael is drawing closer to the Florida coast. The Category 4 storm and is expected to make landfall on Wednesday.  As the storm approaches, you can monitor real-time conditions along its path using a slew of live webcams, although they may cut out periodically if conditions get particularly bad.  In the r/Florida subreddit, users...CONTINUE READING
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Watch a livestream of Hurricane Florence bearing down on North Carolina

This is why you don’t mess with Mother Nature.  Hurricane Florence is beginning to bear down on the Carolinas with heavy winds and rising tides. Weather forecasts estimate that the Category 2 storm could dump 17 trillion gallons of rain on the East Coast.  SEE ALSO: Watch hurricane hunters fly into the eye of an...CONTINUE READING
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NASA aerosol map shows the beauty of nature’s fury amidst fires and storms

From a ground-level perspective, blazing wildfires and different varieties of storm are terrifying displays of nature‘s might. But viewed from space, through the right (computer-enhanced) eyes, they’re all things of beauty. On Friday, NASA released a visualization of Earth showing the aerosols that were swirling through our planet’s atmosphere on Aug. 23. It was a...CONTINUE READING
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