Over 50 percent of Estonia is covered with forests, and a new project is helping bring the sounds of those woods to life. An architecture student from the Estonian Academy of Arts came up with the idea
On the second night of the Woodstock fruit festival in upstate New York, long after dinner had been cleared, I stood in the dining hall and waited with other festivalgoers for what was rumoured to be “fuck
Nuclear historian Alex Wellerstein has made something chilling and beautiful. He took all of the badge photos of the people who devised the atomic bomb during World War II at Los Alamos, and he built mosaic.
The Russian Embassy, White House, Supreme Court, and other landmarks have some nosy neighbors, claims the maker of an ultrasecure mobile phone. Continuing a sort of cross-country tour to detect phony towers,
We've been using cement as a building material for thousands of years — but never quite like this. Andrey Rudenko of Minnesota used it in a custom 3-D printer to create a tiny castle in his backyard, by
What they found, where it's from—and what are the odds? The dream of discovering buried treasure came true for a California couple who found a real pot of gold while walking their dog. The largest such