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  • July 11, 2014
    For the past two years around this time I have reminded you (here and here) that it's bear-watching season in Alaska. And this year is no different. Here's the link to the Explore.org live streaming brown bear cameras set up in Katmai National Park. They even have an underwa... / Continue →
  • March 13, 2014
    Meet Nanuqsaurus, a miniature cousin of the t-rex that roamed northern Alaska some 70-million years ago. Roaming northern Alaska now? SASQUATCH. While this has been called a dwarf or pygmy in some quarters, it is hardly small with an estimated size of around 5 m in total le... / Continue →
  • September 26, 2013
    Twice this month drivers using Apple Maps for directions have wound up on a runway at Fairbanks International Airport in Alaska, thanks to a glitch in the app that affects newer devices. Honey -- doesn't this road seem a little wide to you? Thankfully, nobody was hit by an ai... / Continue →
  • July 8, 2013
    That's right folks, the salmon are headed upriver and the brown bears in Alaska are ready to eat them. Explore.org's remote controlled 'Brown Bear and Salmon cam' is there to capture the action in Brook Falls, Alaska and beam it to your computer screen all day long so you can ... / Continue →
  • July 27, 2012
    This is the link to Explore.org's LIVE 'Brown Bear & Salmon Cam' from Brook Falls in Alaska. I've been watching for almost fifteen minutes now and I've already seen two successful fishing attempts. Plus a bird try to steal a fish from a bear. I thought the bear was gonna eat... / Continue →
  • April 3, 2012
    A Japanese ship, drifting aimlessly in the Pacific for over a year since last year's tsunami, is finally going to come to rest -- possibly on the shores of Alaska or Canada. Unless -- UNLESS -- you and I get to it first and turn it into a pirate ship! *flipping down eyepatch*... / Continue →