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Photographers Capture Glowing Dolphins Along Bioluminescent Waves In Unanticipated Sighting (WATCH)

For many, seeing a pod of dolphins unexpectedly swim up to them can feel like a rare and magical occurrence. On a night filled with endless possibilities, photographers Patrick Coyne and Ryan Lawler captured an unanticipated sighting of glowing dolphins immersed in neon blue bioluminescence. Viewers are in for a treat as this footage is …

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Geoship Homes Use Natural Law to Harmonize with Land, Humanity & Economy

Live in community, in harmony with the land. Geoship is a regenerative village building platform, owned by the people, in service to the Earth. Our vision is a revolution in affordable regenerative architecture to reconnect human communities with the natural world.   If a house is just a house until you make it a home, …

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Wild Animals Are Strutting Down All of Your Favorite Cities & Living Their Best Life

As humans, we get the luxury of walking the city streets when we feel like it or retreating to nature when the earth calls. On the other hand, animals often shy away from larger cities due to pollution, human activity, and racing cars. The current lockdown has caused an upsurge in wild animal activity in …

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As Above, So Below—Virus Lockdown Has Dramatically Slowed Earth’s Seismic Activity

Society has increasingly grown still over the past few months. We’ve already seen how a drop in human activity has allowed skies and waterways to clear. The Earth’s surface is thriving more than ever. Now, recent research is showing us a change in how the Earth’s layers move. As we slow down above, so does …

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Reusable Lids Replace Aluminum Foil & Provide An ‘Earth Conscious Way to Store Food’

Nothing hits the spot better than last night’s leftovers. A meal fully marinated in just the right amount of time and spices always taste better the second time around. When it comes to storing our meals, finding the right top for our Tupperware can be time-consuming. Using single-use items, like plastic wrap, proves to be …

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If You Could Power Your Entire Home With 60 Minutes Of Cycling, Would You Do It?

Imagine if your morning workout could power your home for the entire day, all the way until your next morning workout. Well, you may not have to imagine, as this technology exists now. Manoj Bhargava has invented a new exercise bike that can power some homes for 24 hours after use for only sixty minutes …

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8 Year-Old Mexican Girl Invents A Solar Water Heater & Wins Nuclear Science Priz

Innovation comes from all ages, and this is further seen in the story of Xóchitl Guadalupe Cruz, an eight-year-old girl from Chiapas, Mexico who invented an entirely solar-powered device for heating water. The impact her invention could have on others around the world is immense, and this has inspired the UNAM’s (National Autonomous University of …

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Astonishing Photos Capture Speedy Rebirth Following Australian Wildfires

The cycle of death and rebirth is filled with many moments in between. While the Australian fires resulted in a big loss, falling rain brings the promise of new life. Recent photos have been shared featuring blackened forest ground contrasting the vibrant greenery of fresh leaves. Many are filled with intense hope and understanding of …

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Graduate Launches Eco-Brand at Fashion Week Made From Abandoned Festival Tents

One man’s trash is the catwalk’s treasure? Pretty much. James Marshall is the eco-entrepreneur behind making clothing out of abandoned festival tents. The fashion line debuted during London’s fashion week earlier this month. Marshall spent last summer collecting up to 300 abandoned and broken tents from festivals with the purpose of reusing them. The forgotten …

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History Made As Ocean Cleanup Successfully Collects First Plastic From The Great Pacific Garbage Patch

In the Pacific ocean, North East of Hawaii, there exists a giant whirlpool of plastic debris that’s accumulated by the ocean currents. It’s referred to at the North Pacific Gyre, but also commonly referred to as “The Great Pacific Garbage Patch.” It’s one of the largest ecosystems on Earth, made up of millions of square …

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500 Year Old Map Was Discovered That Shatters The “Official” History Of The Planet

Article originally published at Collective Evolution. Posted here with permission. Human history is quite an enigma. We know so little, and much of what we think we know is always subject to change, since information constantly emerges that challenges our current understanding of the world. Our world is also no stranger to unexplained mysteries, and there …

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