Rivers pretty much never run straight. But why is that? Minute Earth explains what happens to a river over time as the water continuously flows.
In the 1960s, the Soviet Union created one of the largest bodies in the world named the Aral Sea. The body of water really helped with farming in the area but now it’s drying up.
An ESA satellite has found an unusual consequence of the melting of ice in Antarctica. There are gravitation variations where ice is melting fastest.
What you think you know climate shifts may not be the whole story, after all. Watch this if you’re willing to accept some shocking facts about climate change.
This California drought is no joke. You might not think twice about it when you it gets brought up in the news but these pictures are sure to get your attention.
Earth is the only planet that we know of that has the means of sustaining human life. So, it’s pretty priceless.
But what if we look at the matter more objectively?