If you are too scared to do it for real.
Photographer Rob Whitworth portrays the tremendous energy of China's largest city.
Cities and towns all over America lit up the skies with their Fourth of July fireworks shows, but not all of them were so delightful.
Satellite images of vegetation can help to forecast droughts and fires and even diseases.
Google takes its cameras to a street of the vertical variety.
The question of taxis vs. bicycles, answered in graphs.
The painting covers nearly 900 feet and looks like an animation to people driving by.
Archaeologists say the uncovered medieval cityscape is "without parallel in the pre-industrial world."
Solving an age-old problem.
In the 21st, you can watch it being rediscovered on YouTube.
A great example of how green infrastructure can be incorporated from the start in new street design.
Meet Google's new kite-like apparatus that can capture wind energy where it's most powerful.
And humans were just tiny little parasites, trying to hitch a ride.
Anything to get the kids in the library, right?
Step 1: Make them think that statues are actually remarkably disciplined performance artists. Step 2: Profit.
Hint: Think of Transformers.
A 2011 documentary paints a frightening picture of the way bulldozers, bankers, and politicians are demolishing the city without regard to the environment.
England weeps as a man wearing the American flag captures Cooper's Hill's coveted wheel of dairy.