Here’s an interesting video from National Geographic showing the science behind barefoot waterskiing – and, by extension, waterskiing with skis on.
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If you find yourself wondering how water behaves in space, here’s a video that lets you see exactly that.
This is just a cool video for your Friday enjoyment. A group of people are in a boat riding past an iceberg in Wilhelmina Bay, Antarctica when the iceberg starts to collapse. The video is about a minute and a half and the sound gets pretty loud at points, so be prepared to adjust your […]
After World War II, twenty thousand pounds of metallic sodium needed to be destroyed. In order to do this, the War Assets Administration dumped the sodium into Lake Lenore – with spectacular results.
Gordon Ramsey tries Shark Fin’s stoup for the first time and video tapes the event, and what followed afterwards.
As water becomes more and more scarce, it has offset political problems throughout the globe. More than a billion people across the globe donâ€™t have access to safe water. Every day 3900 children die as a result of insufficient or unclean water supplies. The situation looks like it is becoming worse as water becomes evermore […]
While many people stock expensive filtration equipment to filter their drinking water of impurities, it might come as a surprise to find that a lot of this can actually be done via the sun and its natural evaporation process.
New Belgium Brewery, best known for brewing great beer, like Fat Tire and Sunshine Wheat, and for the massive traveling bike carnival Tour de Fat, is also a leader in corporate water sustainability and donating to water advocacy groups. The company’s Skinny Dip campaign helps to promote and provide financial support for groups working to […]
As clean tech research develops fuels synthesized from nature’s ingredients, algae has become synonymous with protecting the environment. However many algal strains are toxic enough to cause massive fish and coral die-offs.
Water might be the source of life but in many parts of the world, it can also be the cause of death. Millions of people around the world, particularly those in the global south do not have access to clean and safe drinking water.
Thousands of people have been evacuated from Fargo, North Dakota as the surging Red River threatens to unleash the biggest floods the state has ever seen.
Our friends over at EarthFirst.com turned us on to this YouTube video in honor of World Water Day 2009 on Sunday, March 22, and we wanted to share it with our audience as well. “If a community does not have clean water, it is impossible to improve public health in the long-term,” says Steve Commins, […]