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Photos from Makwá Bear's post. Evidence of 90-million-year-old rainforest uncovered beneath Antarctic ice. Posted on: April 5, 2020 at 7:51 pm Last updated: October 14, 2020 at 6:02 pm Today, the earth’s north and south poles appear as frozen wastelands, inhabitable for only a select few plants and animals. With temperatures dropping as low as -100 Fahrenheit (-75 degrees Celsius) in Antarctica during the winter months, it is not surprising that most of the world’s plants and animals choose to take up residence closer to the equator [1].

Advertisement While scientists have always known that the earth’s climate, including that of the south pole, has changed throughout time, they have recently discovered that the difference in the climate of our southernmost continent is much more dramatic than they once thought. Read: Fragments of an Ancient Lost Continent Have Been Discovered in the Canadian Arctic An Ancient Rainforest The area where the soil was removed was located 560 miles (900 km) from the South Pole, and the soil was vastly different from that which lays closer to the earth’s surface. We Are All One - An Inspiring Short Film To Watch.

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Cymatics. How did Earth get its water? Scientists think they've solved longstanding mystery. Water covers more than 70 percent of Earth’s surface, but where all that life-giving liquid came from and when it arrived have long been a mystery. Now there's new research suggesting that our planet got its water more than 4 billion years ago, when a celestial object about the size of Mars collided with Earth to form the moon.

For the first few million years of its existence, the solar system was split between a “dry” inner region and a “wet” outer region beyond the asteroid belt that lies between Mars and Jupiter. The outer region contained water-bearing asteroids of various sizes, but the strong gravitational pull of Jupiter kept those watery space rocks away from near Earth and other planets in the inner solar system. Scientists knew that one or more of those water-bearing asteroids must have come our way at some point, but they couldn’t explain how or when. Examining these fingerprints showed that some of Earth’s molybdenum came from the outer solar system.

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Weather Report. Une fiche documentaire bien synthétique sur le renard ! | À acheter | Pinterest | Animal habitats, Montessori and Animals. Viktor Schauberger- Nature Was My Teacher. Saturday, February 12, 2011 Viktor Schauberger- Nature Was My Teacher Posted by Anthony Barnao at 3:01 PM Email ThisBlogThis!

Share to TwitterShare to FacebookShare to Pinterest 2 comments: Add comment Load more... Newer PostOlder PostHome. Facebook Watch. Geometry of Nature. Rare microbes lead scientists to discover new branch on the tree of life. Canadian researchers have discovered a new kind of organism that's so different from other living things that it doesn't fit into the plant kingdom, the animal kingdom, or any other kingdom used to classify known organisms. Two species of the microscopic organisms, called hemimastigotes, were found in dirt collected on a whim during a hike in Nova Scotia by Dalhousie University graduate student Yana Eglit. A genetic analysis shows they're more different from other organisms than animals and fungi (which are in different kingdoms) are from each other, representing a completely new part of the tree of life, Eglit and her colleagues report this week in the journal Nature.

"They represent a major branch… that we didn't know we were missing," said Dalhousie biology professor Alastair Simpson, Eglit's supervisor and co-author of the new study. "There's nothing we know that's closely related to them. " Strange movements Hemimastigotes were first seen and described in the 19th century. New species. The truth about the #dairy industry is that they rape bills for their semen, restrain cows in rape racks and forcibly impregnate them. 9 months later the newborn is ripped away from the helpless, heartbroken mother: The sons will be auctioned off then shot in the head for veal. The daughters will eventually replace their worn out mothers, repeatedly raped then having baby and breast milk stolen. #goVEGAN howdoigovegan.com What others are saying ike a modern day homage to the famous symbol of Rome, the statue of Remus and Romulus, artist Liu Qiang’s powerful sculpture entitled commands a powerful presence at China’s 798 Art District in Beijing.

This sculpture by Chinese artist Liu Qiang depicts wretched masses of humanity suckling on the plump teats of a feral animal who growls at the hungry hordes yet accedes to their wanton thirst. By Liu Qiang. neutrality helps the opressor, never the victim. silence encourages the tormentor, never the tormented". Did Mushrooms Play a Role in the Evolution of Human Consciousness? - Paul Stamets. Paul Stamets is a mycologist, author and advocate of bioremediation and medicinal fungi.

In this animation he describes the incredible properties of fungi as well as an overview of how mushrooms could have played a massive role in the evolution of human consciousness. Full conversation between Paul and Joe Rogan can be heard via Part 2 above. Paul did want to issue one correction: Folks, On this broadcast, I made a misstatement. Although the divergence of basidiomycota is estimated to be as far back at 1.2 billion years ago, the fossil, Gondwanagaricities magnificus is estimated to be more than 100 million years old.

"Molecular clock estimates suggest the divergence of the Basidiomycota around 500 Ma to 1.2 billion years [26] and G. magnificus establishes the earliest calibration point so far for the Agaricales, with a new minimum age of 113–120 Ma.” Source: “Mushrooms come up and disappear in four to five days. Lichen forest on a dead twig. Photo: Jim... - Alt National Park & Forest Service. 7 Theories on the Origin of Life. By Charles Q. Choi, Live Science Contributor | March 22, 2011 04:05pm ET Credit: NASA/JPL Life on Earth began more than 3 billion years ago, evolving from the most basic of microbes into a dazzling array of complexity over time. But how did the first organisms on the only known home to life in the universe develop from the primordial soup?

Here are science's theories on the origins of life on Earth. Author Bio Charles Q. Charles Q. Charles Q. The 15 Craziest Things In Nature You Won’t Believe Actually Exist. Mother Nature is beautiful and amazing because we can see many amazing stuff like these 15 things that you won’t believe they actually exist. All these places are real. It is hard to believe in that, but that is true. 1. Volcanic lightning aka “dirty thunderstorms.” 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15.

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Earth's Fauna. Earth's Flora. Evolution. Inspiration. Morpology. Patterns. Perspective. The Nature of Water. 21 Most Beautiful Nature Photos On Stumbleupon.

These are the 21 most beautiful nature photos on Stumbleupon. Stumbleupon is big society where you can spend all your day and all you life with smile on your face. On that site you can find lots of things, like photos, animals, home stuff and many more, nature photos like these one below. These nature photos are really beautiful and very amazing and that is the proof just how much our Earth is beautiful place. Discover Life -- Tree of Life. The 7 Weirdest Glow-in-the-Dark Creatures. By Natalie Wolchover | March 27, 2012 12:57pm ET Credit: catalano82 | Creative CommonsGlowing is a common trick in nature. Bioluminescence, the ability to give off light through a simple chemical reaction, is so useful that it has evolved independently at least 50 different times, and can be found among such diverse lifeforms as mushrooms, fireflies and terrifying deep sea creatures. Whether to ward off predators, attract prey, rid cells of oxygen, or simply cope with living in the perpetual darkness of the deep ocean, bioluminescence is one of life's most ingenious tools.

Here are some of the coolest and weirdest creatures that possess the ability to glow, many of which are currently on display in a new exhibit at the American Museum of Natural History in New York. Click on the photos to take a closer look. Author Bio Natalie Wolchover Natalie Wolchover was a staff writer for Live Science from 2010 to 2012. Natalie Wolchover on. Play the Rings of a Tree Trunk Like a Record. Top 20 Earth Pictures found on Stumble Upon | Earth Pictures. Everybody knows that Stumbleupon is an great source for beautiful photography, nature, pets, arts and much more. They have millions of users and they are probably the most wide used source for finding quality content. Today, we collected 20 popular photographs from Stumbleupon. Most of them have been seen for more than million times each.

We hope you’ll enjoy… Photo Source Photo Source Photo Source Photo Source Photo Source Photo Source Photo Source Photo Source Photo Source Photo Source Photo Source Photo Source Photo Source Photo Source Photo Source Photo Source Photo Source Source Photo Source Source Suggested by ISSy; Source You don’t want to miss our new post: 20 Gorgeous Animal Photos. Check out more HERE. The 15 Craziest Things In Nature You Won’t Believe Actually Exist. Best Wild Nature Photos of The Year 2013. Today i’m presenting you the most vivid and impressive photos of wildlife from around the world, winning international photo contests of the year. Let us look at these wonderful works together!

More Awesome Stuff... 36 Amazing Photos From the First Drone Contest We are presenting you a selection of the best photos from the first drone contest. In May of this year Dronestagr.am partnered up with National Geographic France to host the… October 13, 2014 In "Photography" 60 Award Winning Photography Around The World Many photographs have been awarded in different places and every photo having it own sense. August 18, 2013 The 2014 Smithsonian Photo Contest Finalists Smithsonian has just announced the 60 finalists for their 11th Annual Photo Contest. April 12, 2014 Amazing Places Around The World – 2 For More Photos >> Photography Heat is presenting for our viewers some amazing pictures from all over the world that really give us intensive feelings to watch those places in… January 17, 2013.

Reconnaître les empreintes d'animaux. Les animaux se dplacent beaucoup, mme si nous ne les voyons pas. Les empreintes dans la terre ou dans la neige peuvent nous permettre de les identifier. Voyons comment devenir un vrai pisteur Les 4 tapes de la reconnaissance de traces : 1. Les empreintes 2. Pistes et voies 3. Concordance avec dautres indices 4. La forme laisse par la patte de lanimal nous donne dj une bonne indication. On peut distinguer 3 groupes danimaux suivant la manire dont ils sappuient sur leurs pattes : Les digitigrades Ils marchent sur leurs doigts (phalanges en rouge) et leur plante (mtacarpiens en bleu). Plante et doigts sont recouverts de coussinets ou pelotes qui laissent des empreintes caractristiques. Source Ce sont gnralement des carnivores comme les flins (chat, lynx) ou les canids (renard, chien, loup)... Critres de dtermination : - Taille de l'empreinte - Nombre de pelotes - Forme et disposition des pelotes - Prsence ou non de griffes Les plantigrades Le pied ou la main repose entirement sur le sol.

Les poils. Thém@doc - Les indices et traces d'animaux. Native Americans Native Americans. Pigeons Quickly Learn to Read Mammograms. (Newser) – Human radiologists, look out. Pigeons turn out to be expert mammogram readers after very little training, at least according to a study published this week in PLoS ONE. Using 16 pigeons in a chamber with a touchscreen, scientists trained them to peck at one of two colored buttons to correspond with the type of image they were being shown; if they got it right, they got food. It turns out that those beady little eyes picked up patterns showing malignant versus benign breast tissue very well and very fast.

At first, as they were trained for what to spot, they were right 50% of the time. "In some sense, the pigeon and the person are starting at the same place," says one researcher, experimental psychologist Edward Wasserman. What's more, the birds were able to take what they'd learned from the first, familiar set of slides and apply it to new images they'd never seen before, boasting a success rate that was just a few percentage points lower.

Little Girl Feeds Crows; In Return, They Bring Her Gifts. Healthy News and Information. These 25 Extremely Odd Things Are Happening On Earth RIGHT NOW. #5 Is Freaky. These photos might look like they come from an alien planet, but it turns out our own little Earth is capable of some truly weird stuff. All of these things occur naturally across the globe because of, like, science and stuff. A lot of the reasons why go over my head, but it’s all true. It’s easy to appreciate the wondrous beauty of Earth without knowing exactly how it happens. Some of these are cringe-worthy, but others make me want to buy a plane ticket. And I am definitely going to pay closer attention to sunsets from now on. Take a look at some of the cool things you didn’t realize happen on our home planet. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13.

Swimmers and boaters beware! 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. eBaum’s World via Viral Nova I have a feeling that double white rainbows are even more rare than the regular kind. Do you love this weird world you live in? Share: Comments comments. HelloU. Meetville. (37) Facebook. Wikispecies, free species directory. Organisms. Biologia com o Prof. Jubilut | Facebook. 50 Powerful Photos Capture Extraordinary Moments In The Wild.

Så ser sand ut i 250 gångers förstoring - Skrolla. (6) Facebook. Frozen Underground for 1,500 Years, a Moss Comes Back to Life - Wired Science. DamNation Explores History of Dams and Brilliance of Rivers Reborn, Premieres at SXSW. Too Beautiful To Be Real? 16 Surreal Landscapes Found On Earth. Hey, What’s All That Stuff In The Water. Let’s Look Closer…A Little Closer… WHAT?! Jean-Pierre Dobrenn. Attention Nature Lovers, You’ve Got To See This Video! Why Animals "Adopt" Others, Including Different Species. Scientists Proclaim Animal and Human Consciousness the Same. 15 Amazing Things You Won't Believe Actually Exist In Nature.

Dogs talking on skype! - Amazing and Crazy videos. This bastard kills more humans than all the deadliest animals combined. Amazing Goats Climb a Near Vertical Dam. Everything Is Connected : TED Radio Hour. Norsk hund och räv. Incredible Computer Generated Photos of Animals in the Womb. 22 Strange Animals You Probably Didn’t Know Exist.

Hybrid Animals That Are Hard To Believe Actually Exist. Ocean-Bottom Monitors Pick Up On Earth's Constant Hum. These are the absolute deadliest animals in the world. Simple Taxonomy Five Kindom system. This 2-Minute Video Is the Best Thing I’ve Ever Seen About Nature. I Could Rewatch It Endlessly! Patterns in Nature. - Hashem Al-Ghaili. MasterClass - As close to Frank Gehry’s design studio as... What can ants, birds and bacteria teach us about collective intelligence? Fantastic Fungi: The Spirit of Good. What Would Happen If Humans Disappeared? (Video) Encyclopedia of Life.