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Articles tagged "water"
How Earth-water actually got to the Moon is, however, still a question.
Scarcity thinker Stan Cox on the inevitability of everyone having to make do with less everything.
Without innovative water infrastructure, Florida is swallowing itself.
The Middle East is drying up.
I wish I could say "Hurricane Sandy developed this guy's film," or some such punched-up header, but as whimsically dream-like as these images are, that likely isn't the case.
New pictures from NASA’s Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter suggest there’s currently water lurking in underground crevices inside the McLaughlin Crater.
Water's so scarce, America is now considering a massive aqueduct from Missouri to Denver.
A new study supports that conclusion, but beware the hype
Mercury joins Mars and the Moon as a primo candidate for building an otherworldy underground colony.
But that doesn't mean anything will be living there any time soon.
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.
Visiting Tokyo last year was bittersweet. I had originally bought tickets to visit Japan just a few days before March 11th's wicked quake and tsunami tore through Fukushima and northeast Honshu, leaving a ballpark-figure of 20,000 Japanese missing, s…
It sounds too good to be true, and in a couple of regards, it is.
New pictures provide more evidence for the existence of water on ancient Mars.
I’ve written many times, although not recently, about the ocean. When I first began Universe in 2005, it was practically a ship’s log: meandering pieces on narwhal tusks, the accidental poetics of my hero, Rachel Carson, and adolescent screeds on…
With half the country plagued by drought and a global water crisis around the corner, do you ever feel like flushing your piss down the toilet is wasteful? (Pun intended.) What if science made a magical machine that could that urine back into drinkin…
How the city gets clean water to its citizens.
Try this experiment. Finish the sentence, "Water is. . . " What do you come up with? I'm a bit embarassed to admit that my first answer was "vitality." I don't think I generally use the word "vitality" in normal speech or even writing because it's on…
It was the second day of the Special Operation Forces Exhibition in Amman, Jordan, and the temperature outside the convention center was around 80 degrees Fahrenheit, with a typical chance of rain of zero. Drones of various sizes hovered in the hot b…
This Cyborg Builds Instruments Out of Water: Video