Picture of the Day: Atomic Bomb Supercell Storm Clouds

Photographer Darin Kuntz snapped an incredible photo of a huge supercell storm clouds near Lubbock, Texas that looks like an atomic bomb explosion. The image was taken on April 11th.

Incredible Natural Phenomenon Time-Lapse Video

Photographer Jeff Boyce created an fascinating time-lapse video that perfectly captures the natural phenomena of the world that alters our natural systems and causes the climate change. The “Edge of Stability” is a result of 70,000 photos and nearly 32,000 kilometers (20,000 miles) of driving across 15 states. Watch the video below.

Chasing Ice: The Largest Glacier Calving Ever Filmed

Adam LeWinter and Director Jeff Orlowski filmed the largest glacier calving ever filmed at the Ilulissat Glacier in Western Greenland. The calving event lasted for 75 minutes and the glacier retreated a full 1.6 kilometers (1 mile) across a calving face 4.8 kilometers (3 miles) wide. The height of the ice is about 914.4 meters… Continue reading Chasing Ice: The Largest Glacier Calving Ever Filmed

A Time-Lapse Video of Snowfall In Boston

Boston University, a Ph.D. student Alyssa Pierson captured an amazing time-lapse video of Winter Storm Juno dumping between 23 and 24 inches of snow in Somerville northwest of Boston, Massachusetts on the night of January 26, 2015. Pierson shot the video on her GoPro Hero 4 camera, with still images being taken every 30 seconds,… Continue reading A Time-Lapse Video of Snowfall In Boston

The World’s Biggest Saw Machine

The world’s biggest saw machine weighs 45,000 tons and can cut through pretty much anything, even mountains. This monster piece of machinery known as a ‘bucket wheel excavator‘, and it can be found at the Bogatyr Mine near the city of Ekibastuz, Kazakhstan. The diameter of the saw spans nearly 12 meters in length, roughly… Continue reading The World’s Biggest Saw Machine

Time-Lapse Video of Arcus Cloud Over Kansas City

Filmmaker Stephen Locke captured a stunning time-lapse video of a dark arcus cloud forming over Kansas City. The cloud was the leading edge of the thunderstorm that rolled across the city that night.

Giant Fissure Crack Opens in North Mexico

A mysterious crack appeared last week in North Mexico, near Hermosillo, that measures about length of one kilometre long (three quarters of a mile). The giant fissure is about eight-metre (26ft) deep and five metres (16ft) wide. Geologists still don’t know what caused it, but civil engineer Rafael Rodriguez from Sonora University, said the incident may have been caused by a levee constructed by local… Continue reading Giant Fissure Crack Opens in North Mexico