Periodical cicadas, identified as Brood X, are back, providing us with a once-every-17-years opportunity to witness a remarkable natural phenomenon, as these insects emerge and breed, while producing sounds as loud as a jet engine.
Return of the Cicadas
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Car-Free Town of Zermatt, Switzerland
Traffic, congestion, and carbon emissions are among the most pressing issues that cities around the world are currently dealing with. In response, some cities are taking bold steps to combat…
Antworks is a captivating short video that will leave you in awe of the wonders of nature. Through the brilliant work of artist Catherine Chalmers and some leafcutter ants, you…
4K Aurora Timelapse Compilation from Fort Yukon, Alaska
As we go through life, we all have that one thing we dream of experiencing before we bid farewell to this world. For me, that one thing is watching the…
Are you looking for a stunning math project idea to showcase binary numbers? Then, here is a beautiful mechanical binary counter for you! With its intricate design, this counter provides…
Poemotion by Takahiro Kurashima: An Interactive Book of Moire Patterns
Stillness exists in motion. From a new vision, comes a new force that generates a new world. Poemotion is the way to see a new world.
Mikhail Sadovnikov’s Mesmerizing Sand Art
Have you heard of the talented mathematician and artist Mikhail Sadovnikov? If not, you're in for a real treat. Sadovnikov has taken the art world by storm with his mesmerizing…