A day in the life of an ancient Celtic DruidNature
Join the Celtic druid Camma in her village as she conducts religious rites, serves as a healer, and mediates conflict between tribes.
Primitive Technology: Adobe wall (dry stacked)Nature
I made clay bricks, air dried them and then built a dry stacked (no mortar) wall from those bricks. Brick making is a time consuming process...
What’s Hiding at the Most Solitary Place on Earth? The Deep SeaNature
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Should We Nuke Hurricanes?Nature
Plastic Waste Along the Ganges | National GeographicNature
The Ganges is the world's second most polluted river. It's the epicenter of the plastic pollution crisis. Partner content for Alliance to End Plastic Waste.
What a Sea Snail Die-off Means for Californians—and the Climate | National GeographicNature
The red abalone fishery is closed down until 2021 in hopes that the snail population would rebound. Many coastal communities are suffering from the closure.
The most bizarre deep-sea creatures - InfographicNature
32 of the most bizarre deep-sea creatures discovered so far. Click the image to view full screen.
Catching A Texas Batnado - Science Friday PodcastNature
Bracken Cave, 20 miles outside of San Antonio, is the summer home to 15 million Mexican Free-tailed bats. Each night, the bats swarm out of the cave in a “batnado“ in search of food.
Gordon Ramsay Learns to Spearfish | Gordon Ramsay: UnchartedNature
Gordon Ramsay is in Maui learning to spearfish with freediver Kimi Werner.
Primitive Technology: Hut burned down, built new oneNature
Primitive Technology: My hut burned down, so I built new one - Building a hut from scratch.
The World War of the AntsNature
Every day billions of soldiers fight a merciless war on thousands of fronts, that has been going on for over one hundred million years: The world war of the ants.
Primitive Technology: Crossdraft kilnNature
Primitive Technology: Crossdraft kiln - Building a crossdraft kiln from scratch.
The Cruel Irony Of Air ConditioningNature
The technology we use to keep cool is heating the world in a vicious feedback cycle, so we need to improve it and use it less.
How a Fish Saved the VikingsNature
The Vikings suffered many hardships living in the north of Europe: long, cold winters and importantly a lack of sunlight. Luckily, they had cod.
Largest Known Marine Stingray StudyNature
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Primitive Technology: Polynesian Arrowroot Flour
What If We Just Burned All Our Trash?Nature
With Starbucks banning plastic straws and zero waste on trend, is the solution to plastic pollution and climate change burning all the trash?
How do crystals work? - Graham BairdNature
What makes crystals grow into their signature shapes? Dig into the atomic patterns and unique properties of crystals.
These Plants Eat Salamanders | National GeographicNature
Pitcher plants like these are known to feast on insects like flies. However, at a bog in Algonquin Provincial Park, Ontario Canada, scientists have found many pitcher plants with a more ambitious diet.
What If You Were Sent Back To The Ice Ages?Nature
What would happen if you traveled to the ice ages? Would you be able to survive the earth in it's dangerous icy state?
How to Sail on Sunlight | Because SpaceNature
Sails have been helping us travel across water for centuries, but could this same idea help us travel across space?