New Year’s Eve is just a couple of days away and we don’t know about you, but we’re ready for a fresh start. Every year, millions of people commit to making positive changes in their life, but despite the good intentions, it’s not uncommon for us to drop those resolutions after just a few weeks, maybe a couple of months tops. But the thing about technology is that it exists to … [Read more...] about New Year, New You? These Gizmos and Gadgets Can Help.
We’re suckers for natural phenomena and when we heard about the Christmas Island Red Crab Migration, we needed to learn more. Here are just a few stats about what we know: Christmas Island Red Crabs are known as Gecarcoidea Natalis in the science world and they’re roughly 5 inches with a lifespan of twenty to thirty years. They’re native to the Christmas and Cocos Islands and … [Read more...] about The Great Christmas Island Red Crab Migration
Ice is, dare we say, cool. (So sorry, but we had to.) Scientifically speaking, there are a lot of places on Earth that depend on ice. Which got us thinking about how we don’t actually know much about ice other than it’s frozen water. So let’s get educated together! Here are some of the coolest facts about ice. (image via: istock) There are actually two different … [Read more...] about Some Pretty COOL Facts About Ice
What you’re looking at isn’t a crime scene, but a natural phenomenon! We’ll keep this intro short because we’re sure you’re ~dying~ to know more about the mysterious Blood Falls in Antarctica. (See what we did there?) (image via: forbes) First things first, the name Blood Falls got its name from its ruddy color that, well, looks like blood. This is actually a … [Read more...] about Blood Falls: Natural Phenomena or Straight Out of a Stephen King Novel?
Every time there's some new ~technological advance~ we simply can’t believe it. We are shocked time and time again that we live in this world that keeps coming out with all of these programs, gadgets, medicines, and more than somehow make day-to-day life even easier, medical conditions curable, or music simply sound better. But for every successful advance, there have been a … [Read more...] about 4 Tech Flops We’re Still Sad About