\tI once appeared in a movie where the director commended me on my fake vomiting. Even though I'm no longer in Tinseltown, my dreams are as ambitious as ever (and often include me jumping into water with my cellphone): Let's get big money out of politics, save the planet, and tear down the patriarchy. I'm on Twitter and Facebook — please ask me about net neutrality.
The longest — and probably largest — proof of our current climate catastrophe ever caught on camera.
Photographer James Balog and his crew were hanging out near a glacier when their camera captured something extraordinary.
They were in Greenland, gathering footage from the time-lapse they'd positioned all around the Arctic Circle for the last several years.
They were also there to shoot scenes for a documentary. And while they were hoping to capture some cool moments on camera, no one expected a huge chunk of a glacier to snap clean off and slide into the ocean right in front of their eyes.