Category: Earth

Color-Changing Lakes

Kelimutu is a 1600-meter tall volcano on the central Flores, the Island of Indonesia, east of the country’s capital, Ende. This volcano has baffled scientists for hundreds of years as it contains three color-changing lakes that sit side by side which are known to spontaneously alter their colors often due to chemical reactions. The locals […]

Indian Man Plants Forest Single Handed

Discouraged by seeing animals die with no refuge, indian man plants 1,360-acre forest single-handed. Over 30 years ago, a teenage boy named Jada “Molai” Payeng started planting seeds on a deserted sandbar on the Brahmaputra river in the Assam region of India. It started in 1979 when floods had washed a large number of snakes […]

Glowing Plankton

A phenomenon which is commonly seen but not known is the process known as bio-luminescence(glowing plankton), which is a type of light energy produced by a chemical reaction. It’s the production and emission of light and comes from the Greek word ‘bios’ meaning life, and ‘lumen’ meaning light. Bio-luminescence occurs throughout marine fungi, vertebrates, and […]

Reservoir of Water Underneath Earth’s Crust

Yet again our planet Earth proves its reticent nature once again. Scientists have discovered a vast reservoir of water underneath the Earth’s mantle they say could be larger than all the planet’s oceans combined. Canadian scientists found an elusive mineral pointing to the existence of a vast reservoir hidden deep in the Earth’s mantle, 400-600 […]

Pink Lake Located in Australia

Lake Hillier is a pink colored lake located on the largest Australian island in a group of a 105 islands known as the Recherche Archipelago, off the south-west coast of Western Australia near Cape Arid. The lake is a 600-meter long, salinated body of water, which is surrounded by a rim of sand, and a […]

Turkmenistan’s Hottest Tourist Destination

Thanks to new plans from the Turkmenistan government, a burning crater in the middle of Karakum desert could become Turkmenistan hottest tourist destination(literally!). Situated about 150 miles north of the capital Ashgabat near Derweze village, lies the ‘Door to Hell’, which is the result of a drilling “blunder” by Soviet scientists. The cavity, which is […]

What Are Chemtrails?

Chemtrails? A vast majority of people seems to think that those planes flying by overhead emitting long, lingering clouds of white vapor may be ‘chemtrails’. According to the mainstream narrative, these are considered to be ‘condensation trails’, or contrails. In 1996, a theory began to circulate around the nation accusing the United States Air Force […]

Deans Blue Hole

On the remote island of Long Island, Bahamas, just a few steps off the beach lies a 663-foot deep underwater cavern known as Deans Blue Hole, considered to be the world’s deepest saltwater “blue hole” – a term used to reference any deep, water-filled sinkhole with an entrance below the water surface. What makes Dean’s […]

Drop of Seawater Magnified 25 Times

Photographer David Liittschwager captured this amazing shot of a single drop of seawater magnified 25 times to reveal an entire ecosystem of hidden threats which consist of crab larva, diatoms, bacteria, fish eggs, zooplankton, and even worms. This stomach-churning photograph shows the types of microfauna crawling around in just a drop of seawater. Ever wonder […]

The World Is Running Out of Chocolate

Nothing lasts forever, and in this case we’re referring to chocolate. Yes, the world is running out of chocolate. According to reports from chocolate giant Mars Inc. and the world’s largest chocolate manufacturer, Barry Callebaut, cocoa farmers are producing less and less each year, and seeing as how cocoa is the essential ingredient in chocolate, […]