Most of the atoms in the universe lie in its flyover country.
The highway runs along a geographical feature called the Fall Line—which often has slightly different climates on either side.
Sometimes it’s best to ignore the big stuff.
The native peoples of the Pacific Northwest have been telling stories about earthquakes for 10,000 years. Only now are scientists mining these myths—of Thunderbird, Whale, and mountain dwarfs—for history and insight.