Want to know what it would be like to live in a subterranean world? Visit these incredible old mines and see how the Morlocks live.http://io9.com/when-earth-is-...
This is the first we've seen of the mine drama Beneath, and so far so good. It's your classic "oh no we're stuck hundreds of feet underground and there's something down here" horror movie, but hey, if it ain't broke...
Say you live in an age of balloons and explosives. Perhaps, you think, it is time to start putting those two things together.
Along the DMZ, golf is not a sport for the faint of heart. The golf course at Camp Bonifas, just south of the Korean demilitarized zone, boasts just one hole, but what it lacks in quantity it more than makes up for in hazards. Live land mines line the course, and bizarre animals stumble out from the woods.
Giant jellyfish and cephalopods are fearsome enough on their own, but wait until they get their tentacles on man-made weapons. Keith Noordzy's Man-Made Disaster series pairs natural monsters with technological menaces.
The mines in Osarizawa and Matsuo closed decades ago, leaving behind the ruins of industry and miners' homes. The shattered landscape offers a foretaste of a not-too-distant apocalypse.