Natural phenomena

Shocking- A third of all food produced is thrown

Shocking- A third of all food produced is thrown

Shocking statistic show that a third of all food produced is thrown away in the developed world, while much of the world suffers from malnourishment.

Yosemite HD II

Yosemite HD II - 2

This project was filmed over the course of 10 months. Is a 200+ mile backpacking experience through Yosemite National Park captured by Colin Delehanty and Sheldon Neill.    Take a look at their fantastic video…

By |March 4, 2014|Natural phenomena|

Halo Display at Snowbird in Utah

 Halo Display at Snowbird Utah

The photo above shows a bounty of colorful halos and arcs captured at Snowbird, Utah on December 14, 2013.   Image © David Sharp; Lisa Verzella

By |March 3, 2014|Natural phenomena|

How to Survive if you fall through the Ice

How to Survive if you fall  through the Ice

What to do if you fall through the ice. An illustrated survival guide, very useful If you live in a place where snowy and icy winters are the norm.

Swirling Storm approaching California

Swirling Storm approaching California

Spotted by NOAA’s GOES-West satellite, a swirling Eastern Pacific Ocean storm system headed for California, on February 28. According to the National Weather Service, this storm system has the potential to bring heavy rainfall to the drought-stricken state.   Image © NASA/NOAA

By |March 2, 2014|Natural phenomena|

California’s drought is visible at Folsom Lake

California's drought is visible at Folsom Lake

The severity of California’s drought is visible at Folsom Lake, near Sacramento. NASA and California are collaborating to use NASA Earth observation assets to manage and respond to the drought.      Image © California Department of Water Resources

By |February 28, 2014|Natural phenomena|

Moonlight Aurora

Moonlight Aurora

The moon was bright when Mike Taylor captured this Aurora Borealis photo, captured it on February 19, 2014.    Image © Mike Taylor    with permission.

By |February 26, 2014|Astronomy, Natural phenomena|

The oldest known fragment on Earth

The oldest known fragment on Earth 1

A discovery of this blue zircon crystal, making scientists rethink of Earth‘s early geological history, is 4.4 billion years old, the oldest known fragment of our planet.   Image © University of Wisconsin

By |February 26, 2014|Natural phenomena|

Snowtime- the birth of a Snowflake

Snowtime- the birth of a Snowflake

Snowtime, an impressive microscopic timelapse of the birth of a Snowflake.

By |February 24, 2014|Natural phenomena|

This is what happened to the tsunami debris from Japan

This is what happened to the tsunami debris from Japan

The amount of debris in the ocean is growing exponentially, becoming more and more hazardous and harmful to marine life and therefore also to our ocean food source.  Take a look at the animation…

By |February 24, 2014|Natural phenomena|
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