If you’re anything like me, you’ve logged over 200 hours in Bethesda Game Studios’ newest title, Fallout 4, and asked yourself, “How much armor can I realistically put on my dog?” Okay, maybe you’re not like me.
Seventy years ago, the world changed. We’d like to think that humanity was humbled by the destruction caused at Hiroshima and Nagasaki, but some 2000 atomic detonations later, it’s hard to believe we’ve learned our lesson.
When paleontologists discovered two different species fossilized within the same burrow, it sparked this story of what life must have been like for this unlikely couple during one of Earth’s most devastating extinction events.
Mauna Kea is a volcano on the island of Hawaii whose unique conditions make it a perfect location for telescopes. The problem? It is considered sacred land by the indigenous people of Hawaii, and building there raises many concerns about how marginalized groups are taken advantage of.