Off-roaders like a challenge. The rougher the road, the better their day becomes. Yet, what sportsman, no matter how intrepid, doesn’t need a rest at the end of the day? In a travel ...

Every situation has boundaries. Humanity lives on Earth in an air envelope, and we must stay inside that air bubble if we want to survive. Even to climb to the top of Earth’s highest mountains ...

Jump on a zip line. Do it. Just hook up, leap from the platform, and fling yourself into the air to glide over the forest canopy. Better, ride that zip line on a cruise ship, where there’s water ...

No one likes to fly in a storm. The plane jumps, things bounce around, and there’s no way to sleep when the turbulence messes with our head. We want smooth air for an enjoyable flight. Then ...

At one time men thought the speed of sound was the limit of possibility. Then Chuck Yeager happened on October 14, 1947. Now we can go much faster. The 4-minute mile was beyond human achievement, ...

One rock is a small thing. Even if it’s sizeable, we can wrestle it around, move it into a new position, and place it where we want. It’s not even in our way, not really. It doesn’t prevent ...

Hurricanes can be massively destructive. In the summer of 2018, Hurricane Lane slammed Hawaii, and the damage was notable. Beach houses tumbled into the sea, rockslides blocked roadways, and ...

Try it. Just try it. Reach overhead and change the intensity of the sun. Sure, go ahead, tweak it just enough to make the day cooler . . . or warmer, if that’s what you ...

I don’t get no respect. That’s from Rodney Dangerfield, one of his signature bylines. What he means is that he doesn’t get credit for his achievements, both as a comedian and as a man, ...

Damascus, Arkansas, 1980. A simple accident nearly plunged the eastern United States into a nuclear wasteland. We were deeply enmeshed in the Cold War, a nuclear standoff with the Soviet Union ...

Moving On Up was the theme song to an iconic television series from the 1970-80s. The core concept of The Jeffersons was that life offers us opportunities, and it’s up to us to take advantage of ...

Weight lifting is the way to go. It builds our bodies, making us stronger than before. Not everyone wants that look. For those, swimming is the thing. The water builds long muscles, and we keep ...

Three men met in the woods. One carried an axe, the second a power saw, and the third a folding chair and a hammer. The first man began hacking away at the base of a tree, and soon sweat beaded ...

Off-roaders like a challenge. The rougher the road, the better their day becomes. Yet, what sportsman, no matter how intrepid, doesn’t need a rest at the end of the day? In a travel ...

Every situation has boundaries. Humanity lives on Earth in an air envelope, and we must stay inside that air bubble if we want to survive. Even to climb to the top of Earth’s highest mountains ...

Jump on a zip line. Do it. Just hook up, leap from the platform, and fling yourself into the air to glide over the forest canopy. Better, ride that zip line on a cruise ship, where there’s water ...

No one likes to fly in a storm. The plane jumps, things bounce around, and there’s no way to sleep when the turbulence messes with our head. We want smooth air for an enjoyable flight. Then ...

At one time men thought the speed of sound was the limit of possibility. Then Chuck Yeager happened on October 14, 1947. Now we can go much faster. The 4-minute mile was beyond human achievement, ...

One rock is a small thing. Even if it’s sizeable, we can wrestle it around, move it into a new position, and place it where we want. It’s not even in our way, not really. It doesn’t prevent ...

Hurricanes can be massively destructive. In the summer of 2018, Hurricane Lane slammed Hawaii, and the damage was notable. Beach houses tumbled into the sea, rockslides blocked roadways, and ...
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