See what our planet looked like when dinosaurs roamed freely. Source: See what Earth looked like from space when it was ruled by dinosaurs – CNET
There is a relationship between the Earth’s magnetic field and the amount of ancient ocean floor that descends from the surface into the hot ductile mantle beneath, through a process known as subduction. Source: The Earth’s magnetic field is reversing more than ever. Here’s why Comment – Over the past few years I’ve come across… Read More The Earth’s magnetic field is reversing more than ever. Here’s why
The only birds that survived after an asteroid struck Earth 66 million years ago (wiping out the dinosaurs) were ones that lived on the ground. Source: The asteroid that wiped out the dinosaurs also shaped the evolution of birds
Earth looked very different 600 million years ago Source: Ancient Earth globe Scroll thru the millions to see how we have changed. Might make us all think a bit…
One of my favorite free article sources, Articlesbase.com has recently disappeared. Articlesbase permitted 100 reprints at any one time. I didn’t delete any additional articles that would have pushed Earthpages.org over the 100 article limit. Instead, I made them private posts. Now that Articlesbase is no more, I think it’s fine to bring these private… Read More EP Rewind – A Forum To Restore The Earth
If by chance you hit the play button and see nothing, the transmission periodically times out. But this is usually for a short while. Definitely worth checking out. Lively social media chat forum there too! Live streams at right column. Related articles The Martian has premiered… just not on this planet. Re: Antares General Discussion… Read More Delighted to have new live streams from ISS (International Space Station)
By Michael Clark, PhD The other day I saw a documentary on TV about the sociobiologist and environmental spokesperson, E. O. Wilson. So intrigued by this video, I dug into our public library to try to find it. Regrettably, it wasn’t there, but I did find another DVD about E. O. Wilson called Lord of… Read More Saving the Earth with unsavory science?