web analytics

Category: Environment

A family prays near the ruins of a headless Buddha statue, which has resurfaced in a dried-up dam due to drought, in Lopburi, Thailand August 1, 2019. Picture taken August 1, 2019. REUTERS/Soe Zeya Tun - RC1406E81BC0

Massive Droughts In Thailand Reveal A Long-Lost Temple

  A long-lost temple has reappeared at the bed of  a dam reservoir in Thailand, which attracted many curious onlookers, tourists, and Buddhist monks to have a look there.  According to Reuters news agency reports, the Buddhist temple of Wat Nong Bua Yai used to be the center for villagers living in  […]

Read more ›
An icon of America's natural wonder: A giant Sequoia in the Sequoia National Park and Forest in California, USA. welcomia/Shutterstock

A Football Field’s Worth Of Natural Land Is Lost Every 30 Seconds In The US

As far as the loss of natural land is concerned, this isn’t just a disaster for the Amazon or the rain forests of Southeast Asia. The United States is facing the same problem, because its forests, grasslands, wetlands, and deserts are disappearing at a very frightening pace.  In the United States, at the period […]

Read more ›
Living around green (or temporarily yellow) space helps slow cognitive decline among the elderly. Jenny Sturm/Shutterstock

Living Near Greenery Keeps Elderly People’s Minds Young

When you are getting older, you must be worried about dementia or a gradual loss of intellectual capacity. To face such an issue, you would get a lot of suggestions, such as caring about your diet or improved greater intellectual activity, which might be helpful in some way. However, you […]

Read more ›
Shake, shake, shake. Jan Paul Rodriguez/Facebook

Divers Film Insane Underwater Earthquake Shaking The Seafloor

Do you happen to experience an underwater earthquake? To most people it seems quite unusual. However, a group of divers in the Philippines were so lucky that they were able to maintain the camera rolling during the course of the current earthquake, measuring 5.6 on the Richter Scale, rocked the […]

Read more ›
Derelict buildings built on permafrost in Norilsk, Russia, one of the cities studied. Nordroden/Shutterstock

Siberian Permafrost Cities In Danger Of Collapse In The Next 35 Years

  It is widely accepted that climate change is really happening and also quite dangerous to our life. In some parts of the world, it is becoming unprecedentedly warming and one of such places is the permafrost in Siberia. According to the latest research jointly undertaken by Russia and the […]

Read more ›
Image credit: The Planet Ocean Underwater Hotel is part of a wider project to restore the world's coral reefs. Caters News Agency

The Planet Ocean Underwater Hotel Receives Patent and Trademark Approval

If you want to find a room with an ocean view, you might try to stay in a new submarine hotel to be developed at 8.5 meters (28 feet) beneath the waves. With patent and trademark approval received recently, the Planet Ocean Underwater Hotel is ready to be constructed in […]

Read more ›
Image credit: Slowed down, you can see the glowing tendrils of lightning as they creep towards the ground. ZT Research/Vimeo

Watch Lightning Strike in a Slow Motion Mode

When a sudden bolt of lightning takes place in such a rapid way, it has left no time for us to enjoy its amazingly natural beauty, because the normal speed at which it happens is nearly 360,493 kilometers per hour. From the video presented here, you can watch a lightning storm in South […]

Read more ›
Image credit: Screenshot from 'Amazing Monstrous Whirlpool' video via Janis Astics

What Is Going on in This Lake?

Recently a video showing a whirlpool in Latvia has been becoming quite hot on the Internet. It is said that when two opposing, rapidly-moving currents come across, whirlpools would be created. However, people might be wondering where all the water go. In this video, you can see the water is moving downstream, underneath […]

Read more ›
Image credit: Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institute. Image shows dolphins swimming at sunset

Dolphins Form Complicated Social Networks

Although dolphins they might be instagramming their delicious food or watching each other’s whereabouts on Twitter, they are surely capable of establishing quite complicated social networks. Based on the study of the scientists at the Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institute (HBOI) at FloridaAtlanticUniversity, it is discovered that bottlenose dolphins living in the […]

Read more ›
Image credit: A screenshot of the lava tube draining Lost Lake from a youtube video by Ryan Brennecke for The Bulletin

Lost Lake Shrinking Down a Hold Every Summer in Oregon

In the mountainous areas of Oregon, not far from the highway, people can see a shallow lake, which disappears once a year for the dry summer season, but regain its appearance during the wetter days. Being known as LostLake, its mysterious vanishing scene is mainly attributed to a lava tube. Such […]

Read more ›