Tag Archives: nature

Vancouver Lightning Storm Sept 2013 Compilation

An amazing display by mother nature. Caught from my window on my phone. Got my finger in some of the shots.. oh well!! Enjoy the show!   Advertisements

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33 Stunningly Beautiful Mineral Specimens That Will Leave You Wanting More

Incredible collection of the beauty of something as natural as mineral formations.  The colours and structures created by nature is truly awe inspiring.  August 19, 2014 Source : Distractify   Acanthite Silver Aquamarine on Muscovite Bayldonite Bismuth Black Opal Blue … Continue reading

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Viktor Schauberger – Comprehend and Copy Nature

The first movie about the work and legacy of Viktor Schauberger. A comprehensive study of historical facts, current research, and various practical applications for both technology and the natural world. The Austrian forester Viktor Schauberger (1885 – 1958) is today … Continue reading

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Functioning ‘Mechanical Gears’ Seen in Nature for First Time

Previously believed to be only man-made, a natural example of a functioning gear mechanism has been discovered in a common insect – showing that evolution developed interlocking cogs long before we did. September 12, 2013 Article from U. of Cambridge … Continue reading

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As Carbon Dioxide Levels Continue To Rise, Global Temperatures Are Not Following Suit

New data from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration show atmospheric carbon dioxide levels are continuing to rise but global temperatures are not following suit. The new data undercut assertions that atmospheric carbon dioxide is causing a global warming crisis. … Continue reading

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Tree Physics Limits Height and Leaf Size, study shows

Why are the leaves on the tallest trees all about the same size, and why aren’t those tall trees even taller? January 11, 2013 Article from UC Davis It all has to do with basic scientific principles at work in … Continue reading

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Three volcanoes erupt in Kamchatka Peninsula (PHOTOS)

Three volcanoes in Russia’s Kamchatka continue to send steam and ash into the air while lava flows down their slopes. Volcanic activity on the peninsula has dramatically intensified. Aviation authorities issued an orange security level in the area. January 22, … Continue reading

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Scientists find oldest dinosaur – or closest relative yet

Researchers have discovered what may be the earliest dinosaur, a creature the size of a Labrador retriever, but with a five foot-long tail, that walked the Earth about 10 million years before more familiar dinosaurs like the small, swift-footed Eoraptor … Continue reading

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Japanese Survives 24 Days Without Food and Water, Mystery

A Japanese man has survived for 24 days in cold weather and without food and water by falling into a state of “hibernation”, his doctor has said. December 21, 2006 Article from BBC Mitsutaka Uchikoshi, 35, went missing on 7 … Continue reading

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Little Planet Total Eclipse

One month ago today, observers stationed along the cost of Queensland, Australia, witnessed a total eclipse of the sun. Eclipse chaser Dennis Mammana was there, and during the brief minutes of totality he snapped eight panoramic images of his surroundings. … Continue reading

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World’s rarest whale: Marine mammal seen for first time

The world’s rarest whale has been seen in New Zealand for the first time since the species was discovered almost a hundred and fifty years ago. A dead mother and male calf were washed up on a beach in New … Continue reading

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