Nearly 350 species of fish have specialized anatomical structures that generate and detect electrical signals. Underwater, where light is scarce, electrical signals offer ways to communicate, navigate, find, and sometimes stun prey. But how do these fish produce electricity? And why? Eleanor Nelsen illuminates the science behind electric fish.
Aniol and Gerd Serrasolses have been kayaking together for almost their entire lives. Follow them on their adventure through the highs and lows of a life on the river.
The boats scoop up floating waste and bring it to shore to be collected.
Nuclear energy is one of the cleanest, most efficient, and most available sources of power on earth.
Marie was a victim of the Central Mexico (Puebla) Earthquake on September 19th 2017. While so many lost their lives, were injured, or lost their homes and property, Marie was lucky – her house didn’t crumble, just a few cracks here and there, and her loved ones and family were all okay, and obviously, she didn’t die. But it was one of the scariest moments in her life and one she will never forget. This is a scary story, a scary TRUE story.
2016 I took a plane from Vienna, Austria to California to hike the Pacific Crest Trail – a 2650 miles footpath from Mexico to Canada. This is my 5-month journey – with all ups and downs.