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Build Your First Trad Rack

More than any other climbing discipline, trad climbing is all about the gear. From cams to carabiners, nuts to nut tools, there are so many options …

How To Make Your Own Clip Stick With Jonathan Siegrist | Q-Tip

Review: goTenna is Your Personal Cell Network in the Backcountry

Personal technology has come a long way in recent years. The advent of the smartphone era has put a great deal of computing power right in the palm …

Batteries

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7 Amazing Images Of The Future, From 1947

From the Popular Science archive: Weather control, looped cities, moon microwaves, and more!<p><i>Click here to enter the gallery</i><p>When <i>Popular Science</i> published these dazzling visions of the future in May 1947, science seemed to be propelling humanity faster and faster into a strange new world: engineers …

The US’s national parks offer up some of the most dramatic scenery in the world. To celebrate National Park Week (18-26 April), we’ve picked some of the best photographs shared on the Department of the Interior’s Instagram account, showcasing astonishing canyons, mountains and wildlife

National Parks

Chasing Alexander Supertramp

Every year, fans of "Into the Wild" risk their lives to reach the bus where Christopher McCandless died<p>Alaska’s Teklanika River runs fast and cold. …

Humans Aren’t Special: Carl Safina’s 'Beyond Words' Delves Deep Into Animal Minds

Spending hours watching whales, wolves, and elephants in their natural habitats presents wildlife biologists with mountains of data that would quickly overwhelm most animal lovers. But when the time comes to catalog it all, renowned marine ecologist Carl Safina reminds us that the work is far from …