Athlon Outdoors Network
Frontier Dogs and Their Influence on American History
When settlers from across the world came to the New World, they brought their dogs with them. Those frontier dogs mixed with local Indian dogs and the French and Spanish...
The Doomsday Clock and the Threat of Nuclear War
The Atomic Age started in late 1945, and a group of 11 researchers in the Metallurgical Laboratory of the University of Chicago met to address the moral and social responsibilities...
Nuke Map: How Would Different Nuclear Explosions Affect the US?
We turned to a digital nuke map to see what different-sized nuclear explosions would look like in New York City, Houston and Washington DC.
Foraging For Wild Berries For a Good Source of Nutrition
Wild berries are a natural resource, but are perishable and don’t last long. Like that sweet corn and cantaloupe in the garden, if you don’t harvest them at the right...
Survival Traps For Food or Fun: The Figure-Four Deadfall
Primitive traps like the figure-four deadfall not only teach about the natural world, but they can also help us better understand those 190,000 years of history our ancestors survived in.