A peek into the discipline it takes to learn Shaolin Kung Fu.
Artist Chris Gilmour turns trash into treasure.
From the great television screw-up file.
A big fish eats a small fish. That’s the way we’ve always assumed that life in the oceans typically go, but recently the scientific community has discovered that life in the ocean can be anything but typical.
A few years back when I first considered the move to Alaska, I naively asked an Alaska Living mailing list if it was safe to…
When a couple in Montana suddenly found a large mountain lion trying to attack their dogs, they were saved by the most unlikely of heroes… their mule. Luckily they had a camera on hand to capture this unbelievable confrontation as one of North America’s most deadly predators met its match at the hands… er, hoofs of a jackass.
Japanese scientists have helped breed a transparent frog into existence using a rare mutation that makes the skin of Japanese Brown Frog become pale and see-through. Now, the organs of these creatures can be observed from the tadpole stage to the adult stage with every bit and piece inside the animal working in proper order.
During World War II the Army Corps of Engineers needed to hide the Lockheed Burbank Aircraft Plant to protect it from a Japanese air attack. They covered it with camouflage netting and fake buildings to make it look like a rural subdivision from the air.
In what must be an incredible show of patience and preciseness, there are people in this weird world we all share that make a practice of balancing seemingly implacable rocks on top of each other. The result is surreal and quiet beautiful… if for nothing more than its apparent impossibility.
Could you drop your pants in these restrooms?