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Nature is undoubtedly incredible. The amazing things happening in nature is something most of us can't even wrap our heads around. And this video is a beautiful example of how nature works. The video is a part of the 3D documentary of Mycologist Paul Stamets and his exploration of the Fungal world. It shows how mushrooms grow out in the...
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The video today will help you ease your trouble while shoveling the snow. In the clip, a 71-year old man demonstrates an easy technique to shovel your snow from the driveway in an effective and sequential manner. With the temperature hovering around 28 degrees Fahrenheit (-2 Celsius), the day sure is chilly. Hence, with such cold weather, snow can be...
tornado-amsterdam
This is really a terrifying moment for Amsterdam as tornado appeared from nowhere and sweeps across the city The video began with the gathering of a threatening shelf cloud. The storm chasers capturing the phenomenon patiently held their camera in place, knowing that the shelf cloud gathering is a prelude to the eventual tornado. And it did happen. The tornado...
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It's not every day that you get to see the true beauty of nature. Natural phenomena like rainbows and snowfalls are not so rare, but it's still beautiful to watch. But this video shows something so rare and beautiful; it needs to be in your bucket list. The video captures one of the rarest weather phenomena. It is called a...
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Shelf clouds are incredibly beautiful. These stunning features are seen during thunderstorms and are always newsworthy because they engender the curiosity of people and praise to the beauty of nature. In this video, a bloke captured a stretch of shelf cloud seen moving over Hiawatha, Kansas, on the 15th of August 2019. The videographer couldn’t help but to commend...
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Costa Ricans were in for a mesmerizing view of the sky earlier this week. According to ABC, a strange, multi-colored cloud appeared in the sky over several Costa Rican cities, including the capital of San Jose. Everyone was confused yet very delighted when they witnessed this beautiful phenomenon of nature. Some of the observers even went as far as stating...
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Dams are created to store water and protect the flow of heavy water movements. These reservoirs control the floods through it's a barrier, which also helps in agriculture and industrial use. But, with heavy force of water, the dam can also lead to disaster.  Every year, several incidents occur worldwide resulting in heavy floods and drowning lives. The footage shows...
glacier-calving
As Earth's temperature rises, ice from the poles melts at a quicker rate. When massive chunks of ice sheets break and collapse, it is called glacier calving. Although this phenomenon is somewhat rare, these people have managed to capture it on camera. And the result is absolutely breath-taking! After 17 days of watching the glacier in Western Greenland, Adam LeWinter...
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Nature is full of surprises. Just when you think you know everything there is to know about your surrounding, Mother Nature stuns you with one thing or the other. Take for example, the video featured below. The video was captured by a man named Clint Blevins in Daytona Beach, Florida. What he managed to catch on film is going...
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Don't we always enjoy the moments above gravity? Spinning around and around in the ride could one of the things toddlers rejoice in. And so do the adults. Hence, a group of men decided to make a Carousel but on the ice—a genius usage of frozen solid ground. So, let's jump in the process. Initially, we need to check the...
Earth's temperature is different depending upon its location. The closer to the cold Northern poles, the drop-in warmth increases tremendously. Though we can acknowledge the status of a thermometer, what happens to our regular kitchen usage in such cold weather is still mystifying. That is only without more practical knowledge. In order to quench our curiosity, we need to be...
With winter comes the snowy seasons. Even though it's great fun for children, the season, in general, is a hassle. The road gets disastrous, and driving becomes dangerous. Once green and blossoming, the lawn is now dead and covered with bulky layers of white mush. And most of them all, the unending shoveling of snow, almost breaking your back. However,...
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We humans never stop reasearching on our home planet, "The Earth." Every nooks and corner goes through the x-ray vision. Hence, we don't stop questioning our humankind and the physics that revolves around it. Not even in the most inhospitable area, Antarctica. Princeton University geochemist John Andrew Higgins shared a video recently on his Twitter that has people talking. The...
Suppose you live in certain storm-prone parts of the world. Then, you are no stranger to disastrous typhoons or a superstorm. The clip below is a similar recording of catastrophes. In 2017, huge waves hit the waters. Every Ocean reached its maximum wave, hitting cargo and warships. Please watch the tumbling Ocean reaching out above the shore. Don't forget to share...
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Nature is as powerful as it can get hence if we don't take it seriously. The backlash is inevitable. In the clip below is footage of a sudden outburst in Daytona Beach. The lightning strikes twice in the same place. Followed by a roaring thunder afterward. I mean, how often does that happen? I hope you enjoyed the video. Please share...
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During a massive tornado, usually, a place gets evacuated. Therefore, the residents run to safety. A YouTuber Pecos Hank gets viral for a closeup clip of a tornado. At some point in the video, the windstorm gets scary near. I think everyone has a general idea of such a catastrophe. But luckily, not many people have to face it. This video...