Scientists will seek out the ‘lost’ meteorites of the icy continent, which could provide clues to planetary creation.
NEVERCREW is a swiss based artists duo composed by Christian Rebecchi & Pablo Togni. They work together since 1996. In the recent years NEVERCREW undertook a research that doesn’t aim at forcedly channeling reflections in a precise stylistic and formal way Continue reading
The Photographer Stephan Zirwes is specialized in aerial photography. With drones or helicopters, he’s able to capture stunning images like the ones in this post. In his recent work, called “Pools” he made a visual research on water. The most important resource on earth. Continue reading
Watch this map in the video, visualizing the history of urban settlements from 3700 BC – 2000 AD…
The data shown in the map comes from a Yale-led study published earlier this month in Scientific Data, which compiled the most comprehensive dataset on historical urban populations to date. Continue reading
A new theory suggests that dinosaurs were already lost long before the meteorite hit our planet.
According to a new study certain dinosaur species were in decline, millions of years before the meteorite hit on the Gulf coast of Mexico. Continue reading
Antarctica is Earth’s southernmost continent and is surrounded by the Southern Ocean. At 14.0 million km2 (5.4 million sq mi), it is the fifth-largest continent in area after Asia, Africa, North America, and South America. About 98% of Antarctica is covered by ice that averages at least 1 mile (1.6 km) in thickness, which extends to all but the northernmost reaches of the Antarctic Peninsula. Continue reading
A researcher from the Israeli Geological Institute of Limnological Research sails on the research ship Taglit, during their monthly research of the Dead Sea water level near the Dead Sea coastal resort of Ein Gedi, Israel.
In a concept design created by U.K. product and technology research company, Centre for Process Innovation (CPI), an airplane’s windows will be replaced with floor-to-ceiling screens displaying 360-degree views of the sky captured by cameras mounted outside the plane. In addition to the real-time displays, the screens would also be used for entertainment purposes, showing detailed information about the objects seen outside the plane and playing recorded media. The screens would also double as touch-screen displays for in-flight services.