Chilean freelance photographer Francisco Negroni has a stunning series showcasing seriously angry skies, alive with plumes of volcanic smoke, lava, and shocking threads of lightning.
A bright a colorful look at the digestive system of the human body. Take a look!
Fascinating photos by Eric Bellefeuille utilizing colored ink and ferrofluid.
Florent Hauchard's stunning Climate Initiative poster.
A recently discovered Nodosaur fossil is being called the best preserved dinosaur of all time.
John Edmark's math-based sculptures utilize the Golden Ratio to great effect.
The Great Barrier Reef is undergoing it's biggest bleaching event in history.
Al Gore's new film: An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power.
Amazing underwater creatures from NOAA's latest mission. Science Matters!
A study on the visual elegance of all things, mold. There are some strange and somewhat beautiful, if gnarly, patterns at work here. Via It’s Nice That:
In these Earth & Science-centric infographics, artist Michael Paukner brings somewhat abstract phenomena to life. You can’t help but be stunned by the graphic on oldest trees. Via Gizmodo.
The tallest and largest volcano in the whole solar system, Olympus Mons would be a true sight to behold, if we ever got to see it in person. The ESA has some really cool images taken by the Mars Express.
The issue of animal extinction has always been one that has interested me, and in recent years, terrified me. Those that left earth during the ice ages is one thing. Human-pressured extinction is another. By some accounts, humans have already driven over …