Cars as a source of water? Ford makes this possible with a new technology that recycles water from vehicle air conditioning and turns it into potable water.
Everest, the highest mountain in the planet, is on every adventurer’s bucket list. However, the elusive summit isn’t just characterized by the triumph of successful climbers, but also by the dead bodies scattered throughout by the ones who lost their lives chasing the dream.
There are little places as unforgiving as the Siberian wilderness with its freezing cold (save for the handful summer months), jagged terrain and sleeping predators. Unexpectedly, the Lykovs – a Russian Old Believer family who retreated from civilization to avoid persecution – survived this environment for 40 long years before they were discovered.
The Great Wall of China needs our help. A crowdfunding campaign has been held to restore the Great Wall of China to prevent its further damage. This campaign is run by the China Foundation for Cultural Heritage Conservation, an organization that is semi-supported by the government. To be able to restore the Great Wall, the campaign needs $1.6 million (11 million yuan).
Dare to go undergound and see an elaborate maze of wine cellars connected to many houses and buildings in Oppenheim.
A man captures a poignant yet inspiring sight of a light that beams off World Trade Center last Thursday. The said photo went viral after it was posted on Twitter days before the 15th anniversary of the 9/11 attack.
Founding father Benjamin Franklin has some skeletons in his closet – literally, and by "some" that means over a thousand.
Only thirteen days since starting its operation, Zhangjiajie Grand Canyon closed its record-breaking glass bridge due to overwhelmingly large number of visitors, which has already exceeded its daily capacity of 8,000 people.
Climate change is threatening to cut coffee farming lands by 50 percent in 2050 that will also cause 50 percent less coffee production.
An inscription is found in an ancient temple stone that leads to the discovery of a goddess Uni and her possible importance to the Etruscan civilization.
Climate change is affecting a lot of people, but the residents of western Alaskan village Shishmaref might actually have to leave their home because of the rapidly rising sea level. Find out more about this small island village on the verge of displacement
Names of few demons, cosmic symbols and other strange writings were found along the 2000-year-old skeletons.
Since a bloody civil war ended in 2009, tourists have flocked to Sri Lanka's palm-fringed beaches. However, as tourism booms in the country, there are still things need to carefully look at: how it affects the environment.