Lately it can feel like we've somehow accidentally opened a portal to the heart of the sun.

Pictured: Phoenix, Arizona. Image from NASA Goddard Space Flight Center/Wikimedia Commons.

Unfortunately, heat waves are getting stronger and more common today, thanks to climate change. According to this article by The Guardian, a third of the world is at risk of dangerous heat waves today. While heat waves are hitting us more frequently now than in the past, 100 years ago people still had to deal with the occasional temperature spike. How did they do it?

Keep Reading Show less
Heroes

It's finally summer! Which means fun, sun, and nights of melting into your sheets.

GIF from "Adventure Time"/Cartoon Network.

Long nights of trying to find the cool side of your pillow might be more common in the future.

Keep Reading Show less
Heroes

Many cities around the U.S. are kind of awful to walk around right now.

Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images.

Keep Reading Show less
Most Shared