Since the dawn of time, humans have been attempting to traverse the ocean’s depth without drowning, or being eaten by sea monsters such as the Kraken. Well, times are a changing, as man now has the means to travel up to 1,0...
This picture is amazing because the skulls sit so perfectly for the camera, plus that one person in the background you might have not seen.
A team of researchers are testing out the use of underwater WiFi, and hope it’s use could eventually be applied towards better underwater warning systems, according to BBC News. The researchers, who are from the University ...
Experts are saying that the system used to track sea vessels is outdated and can be easily hacked, according to BBC News. The technology under investigation is the Authentic Identification System, or AIS for short. It is used to ...
Kids will be kids... even if they are from another species.
Captured by Mauricio Handler, an underwater photographer, at Curacao in the Caribbean, that is a trio of purple sea sponges that have grown together and happen to look like Cookie Monster from Sesame Street.
That is the view from the Rakin Kotka island in the eastern Gulf of Finland.
No, not literally. Rather, sunset rays reflecting on the clouds create for an amazing scene.
Man attaches camera to surfboard, checks photos after surfing and discovers a shark was circling under him.
Now all we need is the Flying Dutchman.
If you enjoy wallpapers that involve natural bodies of water, then you need to check this one out.
Sun shines through the clouds during what is otherwise gloomy weather.
I have no other way to describe this wallpaper than by saying: wow!
This amazing photo-turned-wallpaper was captured while on a cruise. Check it out.
This video is of biblical proportions. (See what I did there?)