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Fossils can provide clues to the conditions that ancient species lived in, like what their environments felt like, how deep in the water some species lived, or even how long the Sun was out!
The ocean covers 70% of the planet, but humans still don’t know very much about it. In this episode, Hank discusses seven mysterious ocean topics.
In rural Australia, what can ancient fossils tell us about the first leaps of life on Earth?
Discover how the force of gravity and air pressure work together in our incredible atmosphere.
Amphibians are happy on land and in water. Find out how they start in the water and move to land.
Explore the wonders of the massive ice sheets that cover Arctic plains.
The oceans absorb 90% of the heat from greenhouse gasses, causing ever more ice to melt.
Brian travels to Canada for an excursion to learn more about asteroids.
In Arizona, the Barringer crater reveals how our planet comes into contact with another object.
An explosive experiment is underway on a snowy mountain top to understand how an avalanche is caused.
How does a small car fare in the impact of an avalanche?
Did you know that Earth orbits the Sun on an tilt? Learn more about the axis tilt and how it impacts life on Earth.
What makes an animal a bird? Learn about the different characteristics that make an animal a bird.
Creativity can change the world. Poems can shift our perspectives and films can inspire us to take action. Whether through a song or a photograph, our ideas matter and we can encourage others to think differently about the world.
Having a hobby that brings you joy can make you feel good and be a chance to learn new skills. Whatever you like doing in your spare time, there are things you can try to make it have a more positive impact on the planet.
Why cutting CO2e requires pricing carbon.
Earth has been experiencing catastrophies since the extinction of the dinosaurs. How do we humans fare in the face of catastrophe compared to Earth?