Writer Don Rogerson has noticed something interesting about Zone A in Lower Manhattan, an area that's been evacuated.
An important announcement from journalist Brian Stelter, live-tweeting from the Delaware coast as Hurricane Sandy approaches.
In this visualization, each blue ball, 33 feet across, represents the metric ton of carbon dioxide gas released by the city every 0.58 seconds.
The Great White Spot was as tall as North America and long enough to wrap several times around the Earth, and it raised the temperature in one part of the atmosphere by more than 150 degrees.
The farm grows three kinds of vegetables, which is a very welcome development for a small, land-poor country.
We're not sure where you'd pee, but come on, it looks like a fairy palace!
Asteroid hurtling towards Earth? Just shoot it with paintballs. It's effective, fun, team-building, and would make a good movie.
A California golf course suffered a rain of sharks. Well, a rain of shark.
Worried about Sandy? Watch this ridiculous baby gazelle. You'll feel better, until you realize she lives right in the storm path.