Things have quieted down on the volcano-news front lately. I did catch a report that Fuego (Guatemala) is having small explosions (stombolian eruptions; link in Spanish), producing small (100s m-tall) ash columns along with some throwing incandescent blocks 30-50 meters from the vent. Just the typical noises expected at an active volcano. In the meantime, you can check out the volcanic hazards information that the Guatemalan survey (INSIVUMEH) has posted on their website. I’m always a fan of a country trying to educate their citizens of the real dangers of volcanoes and how to prepare.
Stone Age megastructure under Baltic Sea sheds light on strategy used by Palaeolithic hunters over 10,000 years ago
Archaeologists have identified what may be Europe’s oldest human-made megastructure.
In revolutionary Russia, a group of forward-thinking philosophers offered an alternative to both futurism and communism.
The second law of thermodynamics tells us that entropy always increases. But that doesn't mean it was zero at the start of the Big Bang.
Some of the world's most satisfied societies are poor, small, and remote.
Actor, author, and director Jesse Eisenberg demystifies the role of anxiety and self-doubt in leadership.