How Wildfires Make Their Own Clouds
In the age of climate change, when forest fires are on the rise, the “pyro” cloud will be a more common sight in summer skies.
Extreme Thunderstorms Might Be Making Climate Change Worse
Scientists found a 'ram's horn' of ozone during a thunderstorm — and that could be exacerbating climate change.
The Elusive Fifth Order Rainbow Has Been Photographed for the First Time
Until recently, no one was sure anything more than a double rainbow could ever occur in nature.
Neither Big nor Easy
Killing a Ten-Foot Alligator in the Swamps of Louisiana
When you own swampland in Louisiana, it can be a bit like owning an inefficient alligator farm. I took a trip with Dave Turgeon to the swamp where he makes part of his living.
Michael Patrick Welch
Electric Zoo Will Refund Ravers For Sunday Tickets
After canceling the third day of the festival, organizers will start to repay would-be Sunday ravers today.