Tag: science

Do you wish you could fly? Look it up.

Ian Carroll

Welcome to look it up, a series where we bring you facts so frickin’ cool that they almost feel like fiction. After all, the world’s…

Three tips to make you stronger – strength training Part 1

Ian Carroll

As a rock climber, I spend a lot of time thinking about how I can get stronger. It’s something we all think about. Just about…

The best diet for building muscle, strength training Part 2

Ian Carroll

Before we get started, we need to address the elephant in the room. Diet is extremely controversial. However, it’s also the most important part of…

Lab-grown genetically modified mosquitoes to be released in 2018

Tomi Stojanovic

No one likes annoying mosquito bites, the itching, and scratching, and the terrible red skin afterwards. The worst thing that can happen from a bite…

Trash heaps lead us to prehistoric dolphin hunters

Doug Williams

How ancient man lived his life, what he ate and what he used on a daily basis has fascinated modern man for centuries. We are…

5 Reasons to teach kids about the outdoors

Just as our parents once did, one day we will hand the world over to our kids. The problems, the beauty, the accomplishments that were…

Science proves that being outdoors benefits your body and mind

With the unbearable summer heat and the hot city life, I bet most of us dream of the ocean breeze, an ice cream cone, and…

The Svalbard Seed Vault jeopardized by global warming

The purpose of Svalbard Seed Vault, which is the global vault for seeds placed in the Arctic, is to serve to protect all seeds in…

30 Minutes of nature time for a better health

We’re all aware that spending time in nature is good for our health. Although we know it, we still tend to look for solid proof…

Amazing Life Saving Technological Innovations

Technological innovation is something that many of us take for granted, I know that my kids can’t even comprehend what the world was like just…