Hurricane Patricia spun its way into history on Friday as the strongest hurricane ever recorded in the Western Hemisphere. Yet it didn’t come with catastrophic damage or legislation-changing death tolls after it made landfall in Mexico, and there’s been little follow-up news since the peak of the storm. That stands in sharp contrast to what the U.S. saw after Hurricane Katrina and Hurricane Sandy, and there are a few reasons why.
When scientists using NASA’s Kepler Space Telescope get overwhelmed with information collected from the more than 150,000 stars currently being observed, they turn to “citizen scientists” on Planet Hunters to break down…
If 15 minutes of TV news watching has left you doubting humanity’s ability to work together toward achieving a common goal, Spain’s human tower competition might just change your mind.
Every other October, hundreds of people in Tarragona, Spain come together to form castells — Catalan for the word “castles” — that reach more than 30 feet into the Spanish skies in a competition called the Concurs de Castells.
At times, simplicity can convey the most meaning. Explore the posters of your favorite movies, brilliantly reimagined without text:
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In 2013, Broken Fingaz–a street art group composed of four young people from Haifa, Israel–took to Querétaro, Mexico in order to cover La Fábrica de Hércules in street art so astounding (and unsettling!) that it has to be seen to be believed.
As incredible is the artistic process’ translation to video–stop motion animation accompanied by the agitated, industrial sound of the Gaslamp Killer–seen in the feature above. The video, which explores themes of life, death and corruption was featured at the fifth annual CutOut Fest, an international animation festival. Enjoy!