We should worry about the future, especially seeing the changes that have already occurred.
YouTube user David Peterson put together this incredible high-def time-lapse video using photos taken from the International Space Station made available by NASA. The result is one of the best and most high-quality videos of it’s kind that we’ve seen.
A 3-minute journey through the last 250 years of our history, from the start of the Industrial Revolution to the Rio+20 Summit. The film charts the growth of humanity into a global force on an equivalent scale to major geological processes.
A great image to clearly understand how fragile our blue planet is. One sphere on Earth representing the air, with density at sea level and the other one is water.
While much of the evidence is anecdotal and the scientific community has not reached a consensus about whether scurrying animals are a harbinger for environmental disaster, one might consider that if they can predict such seismological shifts, why couldn’t the animal kingdom also be sending signals that our planet is sick? Here are some warning signs that our furry, scaly and winged friends may be sharing with us to portend the danger of climate change and other environmental hazards.
The volcano Sinabung in north Sumatra erupted twice on Sunday, spewing a 7km column of hot ash and rocks high into the air and forcing the evacuation of villagers living around its slopes. Since then, the volcano has blasted out one to two ash explosions every day.