The Whole Saga of the Supercontinents

By now, you’ve surely picked up on the idea that the study of natural history is basically the study of how the world has changed. The study of how we all got here. And of course, the world continues to change, all the time. I mean, literally. I’m not just talking about how life adapts, or how the climate is changing. I mean the planet itself, as an object, is in a constant state of flux — because the ground beneath your feet is always moving. So, the place where you are right now was not always … there. For […]

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Mars’ Largest Volcano – Olympus Mons

This is Mars. Three billion years ago it had active volcanoes. One still remains, the largest volcano in the solar system. The cliffs leading to it are over nine kilometers high. Mt. Everest would sit comfortably in their shadow and those are just the foothills. This is the awe-inspiring Olympus Mons. It covers an area the size of Arizona. Its crater alone is 85 kilometers wide. Yet a structure this size would require millions of years to form, time that volcanoes on Earth never get. On Earth, the crust is always moving. Deep below a single hot spot pushes magma […]

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Don’t Worry About That Asteroid That Might Hit This Year | SciShow News

Due to Skillshare for assisting this episode of SciShow. Click on the hyperlink within the description to gain knowledge of more about Skillshare. I dont want to alarm you, but chances are that some headline already has, on the grounds that an asteroid the size of a football area could hit Earth this year. But the truth is, there’s an highly low risk of that without a doubt going down, and despite the fact that it does, it most commonly wont cause so much injury. The asteroid in question is referred to as 2006QV89.Its estimated to be about 40 meters […]

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