Ah, the shoreline! The sand, the ocean air, the sun, the miles of concrete—wait, what? A new survey of the U.S. coastline determines that a full 14%, over 22,000 kilometers has been paved over in concrete. By 2100, that percentage is expected to have risen to 33%.
In one word: LOUD. In two words: Shattered glass. In three words: What the hell? As spring finally decides to replace winter, some weird phenomena is happening on the lake shores of Minnesota. It's an ice shattering shriek known as chandeliering, large piles of ice splinter into shards of glass and create a helluva…
Louisiana, Alabama, and Mississippi shores have already been hit with oil from the BP disaster. Now Florida is preparing for the arrival of the slick stuff on its beaches this week. What happens when oil starts showing up?