The deep ocean makes up 95% of habitable Earth, yet only 0.0001% has been explored. The Guardian joined a mission off Bermuda that is looking to unlock the secrets of the deep.
Parisian custom motorcycle designer Sylvain Berneron’s Holographic Hammerstudio cranks out mind-bending bike sketches that beg to be built, so Fuelmagazine chatted with the two-wheeled stylist about his renderings.
What began as an ambitious project to create the world’s first transportable, environmentally friendly five-star boutique hotel morphed into Autonomous Tent, the stunning semi-permanent structure you see before you.
YG is looking to take his 4Hunnid Records imprint to the next level after inking a multi-million dollar joint venture with Interscope Records.
It’s obvious to anyone with eyeballs that there ain’t no damn stars in the city, while there are about a gazillion and one out in the countryside. But what do the various gradations of light pollution actually look like? Sriram Muralipointed his camera to the night sky to show you the progression of light pollution and when it starts screwing us from seeing stars.
A WISE MAN once said, “Pressure: Pushing down on me,pressing down on you.” The point being, pressure sucks—that is, unless you’re cooking with pressure. Because while pressure cooking might seem terrifying, in the sense that it’s a great way to vaporize food and half your kitchen, if you do it right, it’s also a great way to prepare food with incredible speed. Why? Because physics, that’s why.
The whitefly is kind of cute looking as far as invasive pests go, but they’ve recently been expanding their reach and are presenting a new threat to landscapers, gardeners, and farmers in the United States.