How Much Minerals Are Actually Produced From Major Mining Operations

These eye-opening images taken by photographer Dillon Marsh ask the question: Is it really worth it? Is the environmental destruction of massive mining really worth the meager result?

 

When You See This Amazing Photograph Even Once, It Will Stay With You For Hours

When you see stunning images of our planet from far away, the implications may not immediately be clear. But this one puts it all into perspective. Watch the amazing video and please share with your friends on Facebook. Credits:...

 

Galapagos Islands: Still Enchanting As The Day Charles Darwin First Saw It in 1835

Burnt out from his medical studies, Charles Darwin thought he needed a long sabbatical. So he packed his bags, and, together with a friend, Captain Robert Fitzroy, left England on board the HMS Beagle in July 1835 bound for...

 

Blind Man and His Armless Friend Spend Over 10 Years Planting 10,000 Trees in China

Just 12 years ago, a stretch of land in Jingxing County, Hebei, China was filled with nothing but rocks and weeds. But thanks to the dedication and hard work of Jia Haixia, an elderly blind man, and his friend Jia Wenqi,...

 

Woman Spent 14 Years Photographing The World’s Oldest Trees

Beth Moon has been searching for the world’s oldest trees for the past 14 years. She has traveled all around the globe to capture the most magnificent trees...

 

What Would Happen To Our Planet If All Humans Disappeared?

These brilliant science people did an excellent job in exploring the impact humanity has on the planet, and what would happen to it if we’re all gone.

 
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