In Jules Verne’s 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea, the crew of the Nautilus takes a break from going for swims and pissing off native islanders to admire an armada of strange beasts floating along the surface, swimming backwards by blasting water out...
First described in 1938, this fascinating species was quickly nicknamed the Panda Ant (Euspinolia militaris) after its markings which resembled those of a Giant Panda. While it looks just like a fluffy ant, it’s actually not an ant at all!
Flights of Fancy: Bird Feather Art by Chris Maynard Meticulous cutting and an imaginative use of colour are to be found in Chris Maynard's work, who likes to cut the figures of birds out of real feathers.
Was Pets.com really such a bad idea? The biggest flops of the dot com boom all had the kernel of a really great idea. The post Turns Out the Dot-Com Bust’s Worst Flops Were Actually Fantastic Ideas appeared first on WIRED.
Elena Shumilova, the talented Russian photographer who first went viral on Bored Panda (see here), has been busy creating more enchantingly beautiful images of children and animals enjoying rural life.
Austin, Connor and Trevor Bartz, three brothers living in New Brighton, Minnesota, love to create snow sculptures in their front yard every winter, but these aren’t your run-of-the-mill snowmen – this year, they created a detailed 12-foot-tall sea...
For all our optimism and excitement, the first full week of 2015 has looked a lot like 2014, with terrorist attacks inside and outside the US reminding us that fear is making an early bid for "Omnipresent, Soul-Crushing Feeling of the Year" yet...
Thanksgiving, for those living in the United States, is a day to come together with family and friends and give thanks for all that we have in our lives. We sit down at a groaning table of traditional foods and see faces that sometimes are only an annual event. What we are celebrating today, are…
To intone the words “I can’t breathe,” surrounded by thousands of others doing the same, is an act of intense empathy. Linguist Ben Zimmer explains why. The post Pronouns of Protest: The Linguistic Power of “I Can’t Breathe” appeared first on WIRED.
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