February 24, 2018


4 Plant-Based Energy Sources to Help Power Up Your Smartphone

Go Green Smartphone

As the world’s population continues to increase, our natural resources will become more rapidly depleted. Because we tend to look toward innovations in technology to produce more sustainable methods for producing energy, manufacturers are continuing to make huge inroads in developing more sustainable vehicles efficient as the computers and cell phones we use every day. Here are some innovations of ... Read More »

10 Awesome Animals You Probably Didn’t Know Existed

Amazonian Royal Flycatcher

10 Animals You Probably Haven’t Heard Of Planet Earth is filled with many sorts of strange creatures. Chances are, you probably already know about exotic animals like vampire bats, the flying squirrel, naked mole rat, and others. But, I bet you haven’t heard of animals like the Markhor, Tufted Deer, or Maned Wolf, have you? 10. Amazonian Royal Flycatcher Amazonian ... Read More »

Huge Python Caught in Florida after Eating Deer

Huge Florida Python

Huge Python found in Florida Had Eaten a 76-lb Deer The reptile was one of the largest ever found in South Florida. Thursday, October 27… South Florida Water Management workers caught and killed a 16-foot Burmese Python in the Everglades National Park, Florida. The python had recently eaten a 76 pound adult female deer and is one of the largest ... Read More »

Amazing Insect Photos

Two Dragonflies on a Flower

Truly Amazing Insect Photography – By Izidor Gasperlin Scientists have discovered and cataloged over 800,000 insects worldwide! On top of that, somewhere between 7,000 to 10,000 new insects are discovered each year. And, most scientists believe that there are anywhere from 1,000,000 to an amazing 10,000,000 new insects in the world still waiting to be discovered. Below we have an ... Read More »

Beautiful Iceland Photos

Gorgeous Waterfall Photo Iceland

Despite its name, Iceland isn’t a frozen wasteland. Iceland is in fact a beautiful and exotic country. Iceland is warmed by the Gulf Stream and southwesterly winds and the coastal areas of Iceland are a pleasant temperature year-round. Upon arriving in Iceland, you first notice miles and miles of black volcanic rock, partially covered in bright green moss. The island ... Read More »

Totally Random Tuesday IV – 20 Funny, Interesting Images

Suicide Bomber Cat Funny Cat Costume

It’s Tuesday again. And, you know what that means… We present you with 20 random funny and interesting images. Thanks for spending a few moments of your busy day with us. And, be sure to leave a comment or two if you see something you particularly enjoy! Funny Shoe Repair Sign – Religious Parody I Will Heel You I Will ... Read More »

Beautiful Nature Photography

Beautiful Cliffs Ocean Moon Nature Photography

Amazing Nature Photographs Nature photography captures some of the most incredible moments in time for everyone to enjoy. Awe-inspiring sunsets / sun rises, breathtaking bodies of water and skies, beautiful plants and animals, and much more. Below we present to you an awesome collection of artwork from an incredibly talented UK photographer, Peter Spencer… This is an amazing photo. Very ... Read More »

Niagara Falls Dried Up

Niagara Falls went Dry by Russ Glasson

Astonishing New Photos Have Surfaced of a Time when the World Famous Niagara Falls Went Dry February 10, 2011 — UPDATE… A previously unseen set of photos of a time when the world famous Niagara Falls stopped flowing have recently gained public attention. 41 years after their taking, the photos here show a barren, dry version of the mighty Niagara ... Read More »

Beyond the Naked Eye – Cool Microscopic Imagery

Flea at 20x Modification

Cool Microscopic Images There is a whole other world going on – all around us – but it is completely invisible to the naked eye! The folks at Nikon know this very well. For more than 30 years now, Nikon has held an annual “Small World Photomicrography Competition.” The event is regarded as the leading forum for showcasing the beauty ... Read More »

Northern Lights (Aurora Borealis) Move South Thanks to Solar Storms

Watching the Northern Lights

Solar Storms Responsible for Special Treat… Northern Lights (Aurora Borealis) Visible Farther South The Northern Lights, normally only visible in the far northern reaches of the globe, are being viewed in lower Canada, portions of the United States, Norway, and other countries throughout the world. This photo — taken on August 3, 2010 – in Longford, Ontario — shows a ... Read More »