How the World might actually End now that the Mayan apocalypse is behind us? This infographic by Envisioning Technology, takes a look at several real
Solar Impulse HB-SIA, the solar-powered aircraft project, gets funding boost for the non stop fly round the world in 2015. Image credit: Solar Impulse
The HoneyMap shows a real-time visualization of cyberattacks against the Honeynet Project’s sensors as they happen, and where they happen. Click here to see it
Luc Bergeron (Zapatou) utilizes 179 time-lapse and small videos taken from all over the world, in order to make this compilation. Music: Wolf – First
A time-lapse in places of the world such as Paris, New York, New Caledonia and India. Produced by Pixel Revenge, directed by David Coiffier all on
Austria's Martin Koch competes during the FIS World Cup Ski Flying competition in Vikersund, eastern Norway.
An extraordinary new film of the tribe in these pictures has been released. It is the first aerial footage of any uncontacted community.
A new study by Stanford researcher Mark Z. Jacobson and Mark Delucchi, of UC-Davis, analyzing what is needed to convert the world’s energy supplies to clean sources, says
Circumnavigate the globe in two hours might sound like science fiction, but work on vehicles capable of tube-travel is already underway.
The proposal for the Sahara Forest Project, an incredible sustainable solution to resource scarcity that would turn the Sahara Desert into a source for food,