Just when you think Commander Chris Hadfield can’t get any cooler, he proves that nothing is impossible for astronauts. That is the entire point of astronauts.
The world was expecting a fun farewell from the station commander, because we live in a world where a man in space communicating with millions of people on Earth for fun is something we take for granted, but this is beyond anything we could have hoped for. And utterly perfect.
The Glowing Spider-Worms of New Zealand
For over one hundred years, millions of tourists have flocked to the ancient limestone Waitomo Caves on New Zealand’s North Island, where a stunning species of fungus gnat called Arachnocampa luminosa live.
Unique to New Zealand and Australia, they are found in caves, grottoes, and other sheltered places. Arachnocampa means ‘spider-worm,’ as the gnat is known for the way their larvae hang strong vertical silk threads from their underground habitats. Since the larvae are luminescent, the thousands of tiny threads light up cave ceilings like a starry sky.
stop being so cool, nature
With the bank holiday just around the corner, our minds are drawn to the lovely weather and our gardens.
Here are some creative ways to grow your herbs: top to bottom
I think that olive garden bitchez chad dude is just trolling. I mean Nickelback?
but fedora sardonic rape nerd is sadly all too real