jtotheizzoe:

One of my favorite GIFs of one of my favorite NASA visualizations to preview Monday’s It’s Okay To Be Smart and get you excited and all that jazz. Think you can guess what tomorrow’s vid is about?

Blue = sea saltGreen = organicsRed = dustWhite = sulfates

Check out the full NASA video below, featuring simulated global “stuff in the air” over a two year period on Earth. Ain’t Earth beautiful? (Even if, as in this case, it’s a 3 million processor-hour computer animation)

jtotheizzoe:

One of my favorite GIFs of one of my favorite NASA visualizations to preview Monday’s It’s Okay To Be Smart and get you excited and all that jazz. Think you can guess what tomorrow’s vid is about?

Blue = sea salt
Green = organics
Red = dust
White = sulfates

Check out the full NASA video below, featuring simulated global “stuff in the air” over a two year period on Earth. Ain’t Earth beautiful? (Even if, as in this case, it’s a 3 million processor-hour computer animation)

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Why is kenobi-wan-obi's page down?

ecosavvyrebel:

abcworldnews: American families throw away up to $2,200 worth of food every year.

ecosavvyrebel:

abcworldnewsAmerican families throw away up to $2,200 worth of food every year.

ecowatchorg:


ExxonMobil Ignores IPCC Warning, Vows to Burn All Oil Reserves
The oil company argues that, because it was “highly unlikely” that governments would address climate change, it was going to carry on drilling …
Exxon gives a big “F-YOU” to everyone. 
SEE MORE:
http://ecowatch.com/2014/04/14/exxon-climate-mitigation-futile-burn-oil-reserves/

ecowatchorg:

ExxonMobil Ignores IPCC Warning, Vows to Burn All Oil Reserves

The oil company argues that, because it was “highly unlikely” that governments would address climate change, it was going to carry on drilling …

Exxon gives a big “F-YOU” to everyone. 

SEE MORE:

http://ecowatch.com/2014/04/14/exxon-climate-mitigation-futile-burn-oil-reserves/

(via kenobi-wan-obi)

theserpentscoil:

Nam Hou River, at Nong Khiaw, Laos

theserpentscoil:

Nam Hou River, at Nong Khiaw, Laos

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