Could We Survive Without the Sun? | Because SpaceWeather
While gremlins, goblins, and Mr.Burns may think it sounds like a good idea, would a world without the Sun even be possible?
What If Earth Only Had One Season?Weather
Everyone loves the summer season, but what if it was gone? What if Earth only experienced winter?
100 Gallons of Spider Silk | Because Science FootnotesWeather
Kyle discusses exactly how much spider silk Peter Parker would need to stop that train, responds to your comments, and more!
Eclipse Weather | Because Science LiveWeather
What happens to our weather when an eclipse happens?
How Hot Could It Actually Get?Weather
What's the hottest it could possibly get in our solar system? Maybe we'll look deeper into the universe next.
Hutchinson Kansas tornadoWeather
A Drone Captured A Tornado And It's Terrifying
Ken Kawamoto, a software engineer by day and gadget inventor by night, likes to "break the barrier between the digital world and the real world ," and he has done just that with his latest invention - the Tempescope. This little box can create real raindrops and clouds and simulate lightning and sunlight to show you the weather forecast or real-time weather display. Photos
Peregrine Church creates street art that only shows up when it rains. Hidden when dry, these messages or images appear on sidewalks all over Seattle and are meant to brighten your day, even when it's gray and rainy!
There's No Such Thing As ColdWeather
You've felt cold before. Sometimes it's cold outside. But what if I told you that "cold" isn't real? There's no substance or quantity called "cold" in science. We can't measure the amount of "cold" in something. Instead it's about what's NOT there. In this week's video, learn the difference between heat and temperature, why a wind makes us feel colder, and what it's like to live as a mass of jiggling atoms. This is the physics of cold.
Magnificent Giant Tree: Sequoia in a SnowstormWeather
The worlds second-largest know tree, the president, in sequoia National Park is photographed by national geographic magazine photographer Michael "nick" Nichols.
Lynx helicopter landing on ship in rough seaWeather
Finally they slammed the deck, and sailors ran out to chock the wheels. The pilot spooled down the rotors, going through his post-flight checklist. The co-pilot, a swarthy, olive-skinned man, clapped the pilot on the back and said, "What took you so long?" The pilot's green eyes smiled. He checked the dial of his orange Doxa dive watch, and replied with an air of a man who'd just pulled a suburban cruiser into his driveway after a leisurely commute, "We're thirty minutes early, pal."
Fog rolling over Long Range Mountains CanadaWeather
Fog rolling over the long range mountains and burning off as it moves over Lark Harbour, west coast of Newfoundland
Is it Better to Walk or Run in the Rain?Weather
How wet do you get running in the rain appose to walking in the rain.
Tornado Crosses Kansas HighwayWeather
Video of a strong tornado crossing State Highway 4, just north of Langley, Kansas, southwest of Salina, Kansas on April 14, 2012. Tim Samaras is a National Geographic Explorer and severe storms researcher.