Every day, around 40,000 thunderstorms crackle around the world, collectively turning Earth’s atmosphere into a giant electrical circuit. The upper reaches of the atmosphere have a positive charge, and the planet’s surface has a negative one… Ballooning spiders operate within this planetary electric field. When their silk leaves their bodies, it typically picks up a negative charge. This repels the similar negative charges on the surfaces on which the spiders sit, creating enough force to lift them into the air.
Here is the story of how Saturn’s geyser moon got its stripes. Once upon a time, in the blackness of space, there lived a giant
Earth is a spectacularly beautiful, diverse place: filled to the brim with millions of species of plants and animals, mindblowing features that seem to defy
All of these photos came from EarthSky Facebook friends. We asked you to post your sunflowers pics, and wow! Here are a dozen of them
Source: garyschollmeier.com via Keith Wayne on Pinterest As always, something eye catching from This Beautiful Order, this Embracing Lifeworld, at Master Schollmeier’s blog.
This Beautiful Order chants the Song of Love. The origin, a soft sigh. The end, a fading echo. Between? A profound harmonic: “Yes, yes, yes…