German photographer Hans-Christian Schink is now showing his series, shot a year after the devastating disaster.
It’s also a matter of “too late.”
Here’s some comforting news: Over 90 percent of near-Earth comets and asteroids that are bigger than a kilometer are mapped.
Without innovative water infrastructure, Florida is swallowing itself.
Isn’t this just perfect, on the day — one day! — after BP was handed a record $4.5 billion fine for the Deepwater Horizon disaster.
A bunch of news outlets are running stories on a gigantic inflatable subway being built by the Department of Homeland Security to keep terrorists out of our transit tunnels.
Why dudes run out to size up the damage afterward is beyond me. At least they weren’t wearing horse masks.
this is amazing: it’s a time lapse video of the storm hitting Manhattan. Waters surge, rain pounds, the power goes out.
Sandy, the Frankenstorm, may be nearly history, but the hurricane season is just hitting its stride.
It’d be amazing if Sandy’s 90 mph winds and roaring storm surges didn’t put out the lights, so precarious is our patchwork and aged electrical grid.