May turn off the Internet and electrical appliances: the Earth will be covered by a strong magnetic storm

The National Weather Service Space Weather Prediction Center (SWPC) warns that a G2-class geomagnetic storm could hit Earth on Thursday, September 2, possibly affecting electrical grids and transformers, jamming satellites, disrupting radio communications, and sending the northern lights much farther into ...

Marrying the Earth, Moon and Nature: Who Are Ecosexuals and Why They Have Unusual Weddings

When longtime partners Annie Sprinkle and Beth Stevens married Earth in 2008, it was a vibrant event in the green redwoods of Santa Cruz, California, with over 300 guests. As a result, the couple managed to hold weddings with many natural objects. ...

Arcadia Earth Exhibition

Want to explore the future of our planet through augmented reality? Then welcome to the large-scale multi-sensory journey Arcadia Earth, during which you can plunge into the incredible underwater world, and get to know our planet Earth better. Here, with the help of augmented and virtual reality, ...

USA without Miami, New York and Boston: what the Earth will look like if all the glaciers melt

Based on the data of NASA specialists on the rise in the level of the World Ocean, a video was created in which they showed how the Earth might look if all permanent ice melted on it. More details were told by the VSviti edition. NASA experts have shown that the level of the World Ocean is growing faster, ...

For 15 years, the Earth began to absorb twice as much solar radiation: how it threatens

Scientists have found that the Earth absorbs an incredible amount of heat. Over the past 15 years, the planet has begun to absorb twice as much solar radiation, which is captured by the earth and the ocean. More details about the study were told by the Novoye Vremya edition. The Earth receives the energy of the Sun in order to then give it to space ...

Global warming has shifted the axis of the Earth: how it threatens humanity

Research has shown that massive glacier melting as a result of global warming has caused noticeable shifts in the Earth's axis of rotation since the 1990s. According to scientists, this demonstrates the huge impact that humans have on the planet. Writes about this The Guardian. Geographic north and south ...

Even the Earth wanted 2020 to end sooner: last year the planet rotated faster

Even the Earth wanted 2020 to end sooner: last year, our planet rotated faster than usual, scientists say. More details were told by USA Today. The 28 fastest days on Earth in the entire history of observations (since 1960) occurred in 2020, ...

Explosion force equal to 880 million tons of TNT: massive asteroid approaching Earth

Named after Apophis, the "god of chaos" in Egyptian mythology, the massive asteroid picks up speed as it approaches Earth. It will presumably collide with our planet in 2068. The collision will be equivalent to the force of an explosion of 880 million tons of TNT. ...

The Earth will soon have a second satellite: how is this possible

To the question: "How many natural satellites does the Earth have?" - there is a quick answer: “One. This is the Moon. " Surprisingly, this is not always the case. The moon is our permanent natural satellite, but sometimes the so-called temporary moons, or quasi-satellites, appear on the planet. Very soon…

Exhibition on the search for life outside the Earth

On Earth, where there is life, there is water. Are there other places in our solar system that may contain water and possibly life? Fascinating exploration in search of life beyond Earth. Find out what scientists have learned about living in extreme conditions at ...

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