habitat

The natural home and environment for all things sci fi, including future homes and territories.

Rosalyn Grams24 days ago
If You Could Make the Choice...
How would you feel if you got to choose between living where you are, moving elsewhere, or creating your very own world to live in? I'd start with the colour of the sky ‚ÄĒ I love the blue of warmer cli...
Cerise Wallacea month ago
Our Oceans ūüźčūüź≥ūüźü
Our world is covered in 70% water. It is a vital importance to earth and everything that lives in it. Sea water has properties that control out climate and make life on earth possible. If you think about it, without the oceans we would all be dead!! The carbon cycle that the ocean plays a part in a major role that makes life on earth sustainable. The oceans absorb 60% of the carbon dioxide we produce, and millions of plants and microbes photosynthesis that carbon dioxide daily. Did you know that...
Yvonne Glasgow3 months ago
Why Are Our Bees Dying And What Can You Do About It?
In the span from April 2015 to April 2016 the United States lost 44 percent of its honey bee colonies, so close to half that it should be frightening to anyone reading this. It’s not just the honey be...
Pierre Roustan3 months ago
3 Jaw-Dropping Marine Wildlife Discoveries That Just Might Scare You
Oceans really can be the stuff of nightmares when you think about it (for centuries, they honestly have been -- imagine how many sailor stories there have been). What never ceases to amaze me, though,...
Pierre Roustan3 months ago
Top 3 Environmental Stories That Will Wow You
Definitely not dull. And in some cases, rather disturbing, some of these stories you'll read. Sometimes we take planet Earth for granted, but these stories are the reason why that's a massive mistake....
Pierre Roustan4 months ago
Something Strange and Alien Invades the Coast of Northern California...
Thank the heavens, right? Or it wouldn't hurt to see a mermaid, as they may be pretty easy on the eyes, at least from a pirate's standpoint. No, instead, as the video shows, we've recently seen an influx of migrations of these organisms known as pyrosomes. Freaky-looking things.... They're Also Known as "Sea Pickles" or "Fire Bodies" And the big reason why we normally don't see this natural, alien phenomenon is that these 'organisms' populate the warmer, tropical waters -- except they seem to be...
The Hamrelstein Institute
Log: Dream 5/25/2017 12-1:45 PM We were in a large dark room lit only by several various terrariums containing mundane or exotic plants and animals and we were writing something down about them, their...
Futurism Staff4 months ago
Interview With Dr. Louis Rosenberg, Founder Of Unanimous A.I.
It's rather fitting that Dr. Louis Rosenberg, an individual wholly dedicated to preparing humans for the immediate and distant future, is featured in a project titled Year Million, National Geographic...
The Desert Oracle
In the spring of 2015, with the release of the first issue, Ken Layne's DESERT ORACLE carved a place in the unforgiving Mojave Desert. The moment I took one into my hands, I felt like I was reading so...
Rob Salkowitz4 months ago
Can Better Data Head Off Environmental Disasters?
Do you live within 200 yards of an oil or gas pipe? More than 60% of Americans do, but no one‚ÄĒnot public agencies, not commercial customers, and not even the energy companies that own the pipes‚ÄĒcould ...
Claire Proctor4 months ago
Solstice Musings
Summer Solstice is upon us! (For those in the north anyway, wave to those reaching midwinter). It's a fleeting moment embodying both balance and transition, as the Wheel of the Year continues in its o...
gillian pajor4 months ago
The Game
I ran. I ran as fast as my legs would carry me; pushing myself past the point of extraordinary pain. Tears ran down my face as I gripped onto the only piece of reality that I had left. This wasn't rea...
Riley Reese4 months ago
Best Cryptozoology Documentaries
Cryptozoology is the study of animals that allegedly exist‚ÄĒbut currently have no physical proof of it quite yet. It's a fascinating field where people will actually sit down and investigate claims of ...
Mickey Finn4 months ago
The Way Forward
"Is too much humanity bad for people, or is too much people bad for humanity?" -Walt Kelly They brought Carl into a dark room, with a single point of light, whose origin was impossible to distinguish....
Marlene Affeld4 months ago
Spontaneous, Terrifying, Destructive, and Deadly ‚Äď Ten Worst Forest Fires In U.S. History
Wildfire generates intense winds and can leap firebreaks, streams, roads and other natural and man-made obstacles. A large fire frequently creates hurricane force winds of more than 120 miles per hour...
Eliander Black4 months ago
Eudon
Those warm depths glow beneath the ancient sun, pouring dapples through the thick currents and over the rich crimson seabed. Ochre tides of shifting life hung above the darkness, dancing like flecks o...
Emily Holland4 months ago
Deforestation‚ÄĒCauses, Effects, and Solutions
Forests are vital to our Earth. Trees purify our air, filter our water, prevent erosion, and act as a buffer against climate change. They offer a home to plant and animal species while also providing ...
Krow Fischer4 months ago
Calling All Earth Warriors
I had a vision once, years ago. I saw domed pods with underground connections set in barren landscapes. The sky seeped a burnt orange, not enough light for the thorny scraggly plants to flourish. The ...