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Food

Go diving for sea urchins with a hilarious 73-year-old

This video explores San Diego's awesome food scene.

Climate & Energy

Climate change is messing with gravity again

Antarctic ice is still melting at a gravity-shifting rate. Climate change is really heavy stuff.

Politics

It’s official: California farmers volunteer to give up water

The state has already asked most farmers and residents to cut water use. Now it's turning to the people whose water rights are first in legal line.

A Lakely Story

Nashville is pretty ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ about its giant accidental lake

Even Google Maps recognizes the country music capital's unnatural body of water.

Food

This palm oil company just bulldozed a rainforest

Pressuring a little-known ag corporation is hard, so activists are going after a posh hotel chain that's owned by the same conglomerate.

Science

Scientists may have found a solution for space pollution

There's a bunch of junk orbiting Earth, and these scientists want to destroy it using lasers.

Climate & Energy

Oil spill returns to its ancestral waters near Santa Barbara

Here's a short list of ways the spill could lead to serious legislative change.

UPHILL BATTLES

What’s the most bike-friendly city in the U.S.? Not what you’d guess

Portland? Nope. Seattle? Not even close. Here are your answers, from the brainiacs at Walk Score.

Science

Solar space sails are real, and Bill Nye and Neil deGrasse Tyson are stoked

LightSail could offer a low-cost and reliable way to propel small satellites. Plus, it's cool!