Australian Photographer Spends 10 Years Capturing Majestic Waves

After years of hard work, Ray Collins, a photographer from Australia, published his third book called ‘Water & Light’, an exhibition of pictures of majestic waves. His style focuses on presenting all the rage and power of a stormy ocean…

Neuroscientists Strongly Recommend That You Visit The Beach Regularly. Here’s Why:

Why should you visit the beach? Why should anyone visit a place which has soothing waves gently falling on the rocks, and a light breeze serenading you as you languish about in the soft sand, letting the sun turn you…

Mysterious Underwater Wall That Circles the ENTIRE Planet Found on Google Earth

If you browse through Youtube, you’ll find a video that shows you an enormous underwater wall that goes around the whole planet.

Strange Sounds Recorded In Mariana Trench Could Be New Whale Species.

A haunting sound was discovered between 2014 and 2015 – during an exploratory mission to the Mariana Trench. The recordings were further analyzed, and it was concluded that the strange noise was that of baleen whales. The findings do not…

Solar-powered Pipe desalinates 1.5 billion gallons of drinking water a year for California.

If humanity is survive the challenges of a changing climate, solar power and clean water are something we need to figure out.

When This Boat Crew Realized What They Were Seeing, It Was Almost Too Late To Escape.

We don’t really think about it on a daily basis, but the Earth is still changing all the time. It just happens so slowly that we can’t really perceive it. But every now and then, things speed up… a lot.

The Persian Gulf’s Coral Reefs Are Not In Such A Good Shape.

Granted, the Persian Gulf has a good load of problems without considering the environmental distruction. But for a person willing to see what careless development results in, there can’t be a better place to look at than that blue spot…

There Are Whales Older Than Moby Dick Still Alive.

Propably most people know of Moby Dick, a legendary enormous albino whale that was the subject of a novel published in 1851.