oxygen

environment

The Baltic Sea’s Oxygen Levels Are At a 1,500-Year Low

And climate change is halting recovery efforts.
Jordan Pearson
7.5.18
VICELAND

2 Chainz Works Out at the World's Most Expensive Gym

Tune into VICELAND Wednesday for the latest from 'MOST EXPENSIVEST,' along with a new episode of 'THE TRIXIE & KATYA SHOW.'
VICE Staff
11.22.17
Phys Ed

The Fittest People in the World Rarely Break a Sweat

What Nepali Sherpas are teaching researchers about exercise science.
Michael Easter
6.7.17
Experimental Lakes

Millions of Canadian Lakes Could Hold Clues About Ancient Life

Some look like ancient oceans from 2.5 billion years ago.
Lisa Cumming
4.28.17
nasa

Earth Has Been Sneezing Biogenic Oxygen on the Moon for Billions of Years

“The entire lunar surface can be contaminated with biogenic terrestrial oxygen, which has been produced by photosynthesis over a few billion years.”
Becky Ferreira
1.30.17
You're Smarter Than That

That Training Mask Doesn't Do What You Think It Does

And what it does do, you probably don't want.
Greg Presto
12.5.16
history

Scientists Release Air that Has Been Trapped for 800 Million Years

Our finding answers one big question: Did life come first or atmospheric oxygen?”
Becky Ferreira
7.25.16
ALIENS

We Should Look for Orange Exoplanets Because That's What Earth Used to Look Like

A researcher has shown that the search for habitable planets should perhaps be broader.
Amy Thompson
11.19.15
Space

A Step-by-Step Guide to Terraforming Mars

This video shows the basic steps it would take to make Mars habitable.
Yiwei Tian
11.12.15
Space

‘We Were So Surprised’: Researchers Detect Oxygen on Rosetta’s Comet

And they think it comes from before the Solar System was formed.
Victoria Turk
10.28.15
Tales of Heroic Bravery

I Tried to Sell Air from Williamsburg, Brooklyn on eBay for $20,000

“Air from Williamsburg, Brooklyn! HIP COOL BROOKLYN LENA DUNHAM 11211”
Dan Ozzi
7.13.15
Life

A Far Out Theory Asks If Underground Life Could Live Off Cosmic Rays

And we might be able to find such life right here on Earth—hypothetically, of course.
Graham Templeton
6.18.15
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