Tiffany Blair Burns

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The Earth’s Seasonal “Heartbeat” as Seen from Space | Colossal

<p>We all know that as the seasons change on Earth, temperatures rise and fall, plants grow or die, ice forms or melts away. Perhaps nobody is more …

ZIIIRO Gravity Watch - The Fox Is Black

Beautiful, simple timepieces are certainly in vogue these days. Gone are the horrendous, bulky, over-the-top watches fueled by some men’s needs to …

Spectacular Shortlist of the 2013 Astronomy Photographer of the Year

The 2013 Astronomy Photographer of the Year competition has just recently released its shortlist, displaying a wonderful array of work from dedicated astrophotographers. The international contest, presented and run by the Royal Observatory Greenwich in association with Sky at Night Magazine, …

New Mind-Warping Animated GIF Art from Paolo Čeric | Colossal

<p>Digital artist Paolo Čeric (previously) continues to crank out some of the most elegant and bizarre gifs I’ve seen lately. The Croatian artist …

Sustainable Materials Creeping Into Ford's F-150. (Which is a Good Thing, Since It's Still Selling Like Hotcakes)

Years ago, when we'd first learned that Ford's F-150 pickup truck was the best-selling automobile in the world--and purportedly had been for …

Crossrail digging unearths diverse and ancient London burial ground

Every day hordes of London commuters have passed unknowingly over the bodies of thousands of their predecessors, buried a few metres under the roaring traffic and rumbling trains at Liverpool Street, and which are now being exposed for the first time by the huge Crossrail construction project.<p>The …

Crossrail London dig unearths ancient burial ground - video

Archaeologists fear climate change could destroy preserved remains of the London, which blew up off Essex coast in 1665<p>Published: 16 May 2014<p>Man, 43, pronounced dead in tunnel after sustaining head injuries while reportedly operating spray concrete machine<p>Published: 7 Mar 2014<p>Archaeologists raise …