National Geographic March 2015
Fleeing Terror, Finding Refuge
During his Out of Eden Walk, the author encounters “a vast panorama of mass homelessness” – throngs of desperate refugees escaping war-torn Syria.
The Age of Disbelief
It’s a phenomenon as old as Galileo. Scientists state truths and offer evidence, yet many of us remain unconvinced.
More than four-fifths of Earth’s organisms known to make light live in the ocean. Their glowing existence has perks and pitfalls.
Two Cities, Two Europes
The euro crisis cast two world capitals in opposing roles – Berlin the lender, Athens the borrower – with each resenting the other.
Proof | End of the Earth
One man embraces the “polished white emptiness” of the Greenland ice sheet.
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