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Glaciers flow like rivers, a time lapse

Though they look solid and still, gigantic compressed masses of ice called glaciers flow, constantly moving like rivers. In this Secret Life of Ice clip, we see their awe-inspiring shifting with help from a time-lapse...

Geothermal energy in Iceland

Iceland is a geothermal energy pioneer. Their unique geology, thanks to volcanism along a rift in the Eurasian tectonic plate and North American tectonic plate, provides a sustainable advantage: Heat from the ground. ...

Professor Kokichi Sugihara creates his mind-blowing illusions with math

Professor Kokichi Sugihara is world-renowned for his award-winning impossible objects and reality-defying illusions. He uses mathematics to make the three-dimensional objects that create his impossible scenes and illu...

Attempting to create the world’s largest ice carousel

Cut a very large circle into a frozen lake and you may be able to get the ice to spin. It's called an ice carousel, and on April 7, 2018, around 100 people in Sinclair, Maine created a massive one over Long Lake. They...

The Story Behind Japan’s Bathing Monkeys – ScienceTake

A troop of 'snow monkeys' or Japanese Macaques at the Jigokudani Yaen-koen snow monkey park has been relaxing in the country's hot springs since the mid-1960s, a daily respite from the winter snow and an increasingly ...

How Chloe Kim made the 2018 Olympic Halfpipe Snowboard Team

Chloe Kim's gold-winning women's snowboard halfpipe performance at the 2018 PyeongChang Winter Olympics, featuring her back-to-back 1080s, has made her a household name, but the 17-year-old has been putting in the pra...

What Are Tundras?

Derived from the Finnish word tunturia, meaning treeless or barren land, tundra is the coldest and driest of all biomes. Despite these extreme conditions, the tundra is home to several unique species of plant and anim...

‘The Fearless are Here’ for the 2018 Winter Olympics

Olympic athletes take on the roles of superheroes overcoming intense, formidable challenges in this animated commercial for BBC Sport's coverage of the 2018 PyeongChang Winter Olympics. 'The Fearless are Here' is a ca...

Pow Surf 101: Powder surfing to Debussy’s Clair de Lune

Glide peacefully down a mountain full of fresh powder as a powder surfing snowboarder carves his pathway through the trees. The piano piece Clair de Lune, by French composer Claude Debussy, accompanies the smooth unin...

Moonline: Speed Riding at night over Bossons Glacier

With his wing lit by 20 meters of LED lights, French speed rider Valentin Delluc mixes freeskiing and paragliding over Bossons glacier near Chamonix, France. Flying with LEDs required seven months of training and test...

Life With Snow: Clearing a rooftop full of snow in the Japanese Alps

Heavy snowfall (yuki oroshi or 雪下ろし) is common in Japan's snow country, a section of Honshū along the Sea of Japan and into the Japanese Alps. In snowy Nagano Prefecture, circa March of 2013, Seiji Yamada and Taku...

The Waltz of the Snowflakes & The Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy

A flurry of dancing snowflakes scatters across the stage as Clara (Meaghan Grace Hinkis) and Hans-Peter/the Nutcracker (Ricardo Cervera) take in the wonder of a white Christmas in an enchanted forest. Gary Avis plays ...

Go inside an ice cave to see nature’s most beautiful blue

Where do glaciers and icebergs get their beautiful blue color? This unique blue might be nature’s most brilliant, and the color arises in a very special way thanks to some surprising interactions between light and wat...

How Do Glaciers Move?

Glacier ice is weird. It’s solid. Solid things aren’t supposed to flow. But glacier ice flows like a liquid, and it does that without melting! How is this possible? Travel to Alaska's Mendenhall Glacier with Joe H...

Un albero un anno (One tree one year)

A “special” beech tree kept under observation for a whole year by a concealed eye, which never closes. Four seasons unfolding around a crossroad of smells, signals and messages left behind by the extraordinary wildlif...

Step into a summer igloo (in 360°) as it’s being built

Though they're made from blocks of compacted snow, igluit (igloos) keep their residents well-sheltered by insulating from the cold and wind outside. In this 360° video from The New York Times, Adami Sakiagak and Tiisi...

Bear In Mind The Muskox

Muskoxen are not the only charismatic creatures perfectly suited to the wind-blasted, tundra of the Alaskan Arctic. Meet Joel Berger, Wildlife Conservation Society senior scientist, Colorado State University professor...

The Arctic vs. the Antarctic

If you're first learning about them, the Arctic and the Antarctic might be a bit confusing. Which one is which? Where are the penguins and where are the polar bears? Which is made of melting ice and which is a desert?...

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