A post shared by Jesse Bowen (@therealjbowen) on May 10, 2018 at 10:08am PDT The people of San Diego recently had the chance to witness one of Mother Nature’s most beautiful phenomenons: bioluminescence. Caused by a “bloom” of marine planktons known as dinoflagellates, the tiny organisms emit radiant blue bioluminescent light when they are disturbed.
Known as “The Man with the Golden Arm,” Australia-based James Harrison is responsible for saving the lives of over 2.
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We spend a lot of time thinking about how to solve the world's plastic problem, from laws banning single-use plastics to creative fashions made from recycled plastic. But one of the most exciting innovations to combat the plastic pollution was an accident. Scientists, looking to improve upon an enzyme that had evolved to eat plastic, have created a mutant enzyme that breaks down plastic bottles.
For thousands of years the Bajau, an indigenous people from Indonesia, Malaysia, and the Philippines, have been known for their...
In an ongoing series of mesmerizing videos, Finnish factory owners and founders of Hydraulic Press Channel—Lauri and Anni Vuohensilta—creatively explore...
One of the coolest things about that fact that the European Space Agency publishes images gathered from outer space online is that anyone is able to view them—and get creative. And thanks to Twitter user landru79, we've got a glimpse of what happens on the surface of a comet. By using a set of 12.5-second exposure photos, he's created a 1 second GIF of Comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko.
While sunglasses can make a fashion statement, what if you could protect your eyes from UV rays without them?
In Iceland, Strokkur is one of the few geysers that frequently erupts.
In honor of its 28th birthday, NASA's Hubble Space Telescope has beamed down two different images of the incredible Lagoon Nebula. Even after 163,000 orbits around the planet and over a million photos, the Hubble never fails to impress. The images are a reminder of just how much insight the instrument has given us since it was first launched on April 24, 1990.
As researchers continue to make new discoveries about the evolution and migration of early man, a new study gives evidence...
With an incredible duration of 1,774 days, the Mauna Ulu eruption of Kilauea Volcano in Hawaii spread across five years.