These interactive maps of the past are still mind-boggling! But, as you can tell from the first paragraph, this post first came out in May
Sometimes geology pulls out all the stops. You might have seen pictures of this place calling it “The Wave,” for obvious reasons. This amazing place,
Here’s a repost from 2018. And how was your commute this morning? Featured image: MONUSCO Photos/Abel Kavangh. CC BY-SA 2.0.
On a map, northern India looks like flat land from the Himalayas all the way to the sea. But waterways exiting the hills and crossing
This is the first in a two-part series of Tuesday Tree guest-video posts that we’ll start by looking down on Mount Everest in a nicely
[sound of crickets chirping] It’s surprisingly difficult to answer that question. In the above screencap of Indonesia’s online volcano monitoring graphic, Borneo (circled in white)