Who wants to not decompose forever?

Well, a few thousand years could seam like "forever" - unfortunately there can be way more than one

REPORT: Official Radiation Evolution

Sometimes evolution needs a push - a really big push - a really big (Fukushima style) push

The Last 5

It might be a little hard to increase to population of the endangered Northern White Rhino

Betty Cooker's Turkey Roasting Guide

We can already cook eggs - give it a few more years of Global Warming and we'll be living in an oven! Talk about savings!


Keystone XL can create many opportunities to repair the damage it will do to the environment.  JOBS.

Plastic Fish (Single Frame)

That trash is actually a sign of progress; Products are clearly being sold.

Really Big Fans (Animated)

When it comes to wind power - these are some of the largest fans.  Yes, we went there.

No Bees, No Food, Lose Weight!

Are we witnessing the birth of a skinny epidemic?  Maybe we need to rethink saving the bees...

Plastic Fish

They could be a new species of fish.  They might even pair well with a nice fine New Jersey cola.

Joe Barton's Scientific Reasoning on Wind Turbines for Alternative Energy

Joe Barton has a theory concerning Earth cooling down after all the wind turbines diffuse cooling winds - we created an infographic to help with the complex explanation.


How long does it take for a spork to decompose? 400 - 1,000,000 years?

Secret Life of Planets (34) - The Reality of Jupiter

Besides blocking asteroids from hitting Earth, Jupiter really can't do much more.  We have a feeling the Sun has a better solution.

The Bounties Of Space Exploration!

Who do you think fixed the spaceships, relaunched the shuttle program, and paid the astronauts?

Keep Working

Un-American, hippie canaries will go to any length to prove their point.

The Avengers

Loggers, beware of the tree avengers.  They're on a mission from Earth.

Vacation from Earth

Who says there's no Earth-B? The Moon is a great place to start over! Fresher air! Great View!

The Future of Maritime

Glaciers? Do you remember reading about them in history class?  Icebergs were a clear nuisance, and polar bears are dangerous predators - capable of eating our children, and dogs.