What Happened to the Hole in the Ozone Layer?
The hole in the ozone layer was one of the hottest topics in the late 1980s. So why haven't we heard about it in so long?
Could Coffee Soon Become Obsolete?
Scientists estimate that by 2050, the amount of land that can accomodate coffee farming may shrink by 50 percent! Why does it happen and can we stop it?
Experience the Strangest Rare Natural Phenomena of the Sky
The Earth experiences many strange phenomenons that can affect the sky and the clouds, each of which has a scientific explanation
Galileo’s Greatest Discoveries: Jupiter’s Incredible Moons
Galileo was the first to discover these moons of Jupiter, which are still held in high regard and studied by astronomers everywhere even now
Impossible Phenomena Occur In Planets Across the Universe
Take a look at these 5 occurrences that would be impossible to happen on Earth but are a daily thing on these other planets
This 360° Flight to Space Isn't for the Faint-Hearted!
Take an interactive trip with us from the Earth's solid ground all the way to the furthest reaches of the stratosphere!
From Top to Bottom, What Is Our Planet Made Of?
As you scroll down this image, you are taking a journey from the very top to the very bottom of our world.
The Most Stunning Pics of the Moons in Our Solar System
This video features incredible images of the many moons of the Solar System we've never seen before.
The Speed of Light Visualized in a Magnificent Video
Have you got the patience? Watch, in scale, just how long it takes light to travel from Earth to Mars
An Astronomical Event That TRULLY Won't Happen Again
This comet will only pass the Earth once. See it now before it's too late!
Video Box: All the Things That Make Our Planet Tick
Give your brain a little scratch with a series of earth-themed general knowledge lessons in the form of quirky and cute animations.
Why Do People In Big Cities Walk FASTER?
It's been proven that people who live in big, densely populated cities tend to walk faster than those who live in smaller towns. The question is why?
Do You Like the Smell of Rain? This Is Why
One of the best things about rain and thunderstorms is that clean fresh smell afterward. But what actually causes that distinct scent?
Are These Extremely Rare Natural Phenomena Even Real?
Have you ever seen the physical edge of a rainstorm? What about a fire tornado? There is a reason why these natural phenomena are so rare...
Science Lesson: 10 Fiery Facts About the Sun You Must Know
Learn some fascinating and little-known facts about the Sun in this article.
Ready to Learn How Fast the Speed of Light Actually Moves!
The speed of light has an incomparable trajectory, but in the massive expanse of the universe, it moves far slower than you would expect!
A Timelapse of the Future: Fast Forwarding the Earth
This incredible video takes us to the far far future, millions of years ahead.
Did You Know Saturn's Rings Are as Young as the Dinosaurs?
Evidence suggests that Saturn didn't have its rings when dinosaurs roamed the Earth. So how did they form?
Jupiter, the King of the Planets, Holds Many Mysteries
Jupiter, the King of the planets, holds many mysteries. But we finally know what the inside of this planet looks like...
Have You Heard of These Unusual Types of Lions?
Lions a re a much more diverse species than most people know. Here are the 8 most unique and rare lion types.
Weird Natural Phenomena That Seem Almost Unreal
Mother Nature can sometimes unleash her fury in the most extraordinary ways!
Curious Nature - These Places Don't Fit Their Surroundings
From a mini desert in the middle of an alpine forest to a volcano that's actually a geyser, these four places are the outcasts of nature...
Hammerhead Sharks - Eevolution's Strangest Turn
Around 20 million years ago evolution introduced hammerhead sharks. Why did evolution make such a surprising turn and what makes these sharks so uniqe?
Not Everything You Hear About Global Warming is True!
Don't believe everything you read or hear about the climate crisis. Some of those 'facts' might be completely false!
Reviving Mammoths? Yes, It's Possible.
Scientists are currently working on a plan to revive the extinct mammoth. Yes, you hear right. But how is possible and would it impact our world?
What a Vaccine’s “Efficacy Rate” Actually Means
Does having higher efficacy rates make a vaccine better? According to health experts these numbers are actually the wrong way to compare vaccines.