Impressive video of professional ice climbers Klemen Premrl and Aljaz Anderle climbing icebergs in Greenland's Disko Bay. Or, better said, trying to climb: They were very fragile and one started to collapse as they were going up.
Swimming inside an iceberg looks amazing because the ice looks like glass and that's crazy, and because it kind of resembles an underwater version of Superman's Fortress of Solitude. Or at least, like a crystal palace. National Geographic shows us how a free diver explores the ice cold waters below.
A massive crack in the Pine Island glacier (PIG) in Antarctica has created a massive iceberg—which is as big as New York City.
I don't buy this whole Santa lives in the North Pole thing. Obviously—looking at this picture of this incredible ice structure by Sander Klaassen—the real Santa must live in Pleneau Bay, Antarctica. The fake Coca-Cola one is the one who lives in the North Pole, with the polar beards. [National Geographic]
NASA satelite imaging has revealed that a massive crack in Antartica's Pine Island glacier is growing fast. Which is bad. But the GIF it's made is so good it almost makes up for it.
On March 11, 2011, a magnitude 9.0 earthquake rumbled the northeast coast of Japan at a depth of 15.2 miles. The resulting tsunami destroyed everything nearby, but most people thought it never affected other areas. Until now.
In today's Remainders: news that's breaking. Boxee Beta is available on Apple TV; Symbian^4 rears its ugly head; analysts analyze things and predict cheaper iPhones; Carly Simon reveals who was so vain; and a nation-sized iceberg breaks free in Antarctica.