Who wants to buy a round of wastewater brews for the gang?
If you've always wanted to live in a lighthouse, now is your chance.
Pranksters claim putting someone’s hand in warm water while they sleep will make them wet the bed. Does this actually work?
Once you’ve learned a few key things about your garden, you’ll know how often you should grab a hose and start watering.
Going for a dip? You'll probably have a wee bit of trouble. Here's why.
Slime mold definitely had a moment—but it’s hard to beat two dead salamanders floating in a carnivorous plant.
Deep Dive Dubai plunges 197 feet beneath ground level and holds 14 million liters of water.
“It just tastes funny” is only part of the difference between hard water vs. soft water.
Just five years after Hurricane Maria, Puerto Rico is again largely without power or clean water. Here’s how to help.
Through Amazon, you can now save up to $300 on the bestselling SereneLife inflatable stand-up paddle board.
The LifeStraw water bottle and personal water filter are some of the best drinking tools to have with you while camping or hiking, and now you can get them on Amazon.
Every spring, hundreds of icebergs drift by the waters of Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada.
The ‘Chicagwa’ cans, designed by Chicago-based artists, are filled with Lake Michigan’s finest drinking water.
In this video, a scuba diver demonstrates what happens to a raw egg 60 feet below the ocean's surface.
Filtered tap water is likely going to be cheaper, with little difference in taste.
Lake Baikal in south-east Siberia is the world's deepest lake by average depth and maximum depth.
Black ice on the road is a recipe for disaster. Here’s what it is, how it forms, and where it’s often hiding in plain sight.
How do rainbows form? It’s all about light waves, water, and angles—and that includes the angle from which you see one.
Drinkie is a self-rinsing water bowl you can back on Kickstarter that will provide your pet with clean drinking water for up to five days and track their hydration patterns.