Even if you travel by airplane frequently, it’s doubtful that you’ve even gotten a real birds eye view of a city. With all of the pollution, weather, looping flight paths and aisle seats, your views may have been obstructed. This Reddit user gathered together some of the most impressive aerial views of cities around the world, giving people a brand new way to look at these amazing places. They’re probably nothing like anything you’ve ever seen before. Wow.
1.) Niagara Falls (Canada)
3.) Central Park, New York City (USA)
4.) Dubai Islands (United Arab Emirates)
5.) Hedge maze, Longleat (England)
8.) Amsterdam (Netherlands)
9.) Namib desert (Namibia)
11.) Tulip fields (Netherlands)
15.) Meskendir Valley (Turkey)
17.) Capetown (South Africa)
23.) Giza Pyramids (Egypt)
24.) Bac Son Valley (Vietnam)
25.) Marina Bay, Dubai (United Arab Emirates)
26.) Rio de Janeiro (Brazil)
27.) Terrace rice fields (China)
28.) Vatican City, Rome (Italy)
29.) Lake in Pomerania (Poland)
Seeing human life from so far up above can give perspective. We really are tiny, even in respect to the size of our own city. Source: Reddit Share the awesome views by clicking on the button below. These are too cool not to show others.
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If you were walking through a field during the winter and happened upon a beautiful clearing, full of dazzlingly white blooms, you would probably think they were late-blooming flowers. Upon closer inspection, though, you’ll realize that maybe they aren’t flowers at all…
Although this field seems to be filled with beautiful white blossoms, it’s not.
These “flowers” are a strange phenomenon known as frost flowers.
The phenomenon occurs when plant stems and roots are not quite frozen and full of moisture. As that moisture is transmitted up to the higher part of the stem, it freezes, creating layers of ice.
Those ice layers form into delicate flower “petals.”
And they are absolutely gorgeous.
Frost flowers normally occur in the late fall or early winter, when plants are just alive and still have moisture in them. They are rare and the conditions have to be just right to create them. to see As you can see, thanks to the beautiful shots of the ice flowers in Findland, it’s one natural winter phenomenon you’d be lucky to catch.
Please share this beautiful rarity with others.
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If these Ebola conspiracy theories seem pretty out there, that’s because they are. However, that didn’t stop people from coming up with them. Some say the deadly disease is a population control tool, a weapon of mass destruction, or even non-existent. In reality, none of these things are true, but that doesn’t make these theories any less interesting to read. Check them out below.
1.) The Ebola outbreak is being used as a form of population control.
2.) Ebola is being used to distract people from an allegedly damning report that links autism to children’s vaccinations.
3.) Some concerned citizens, especially in certain parts of West Africa, blame the Ebola outbreak on witchcraft.
4.) Though groups like Doctors Without Borders risking their lives to do their absolute best to fight the Ebola outbreak, there are some who believe that the doctors are the ones spreading the virus.
5.) One theory that follows the path of the Ebola outbreak is that an evil snake cursed someone in Guinea, who then infected people in Sierra Leone, who then…you get the picture.
6.) Also a popular component of other conspiracy theories, some believe that the Ebola virus exists to lower the number of living people to a more manageable number by the New World Order, a totalitarian world government ruled by the “elite.”
7.) Ebola is a weapon of mass destruction.
8.) Some religious leaders, like Catholic Archbishop Lewis J. Zeigler and LCC President, Rt. Rev. Dr. Jonathan B.B. Hart, believe the Ebola outbreak is proof that God is angry with Liberia and, apparently, the rest of the world.
9.) A rumor spread through Nigeria that salt water, which will dehydrate and likely kill anyone who drinks too much of it, can cure Ebola.
10.) There is no Ebola, but CDC says there is so money can be made from different medicinal cures and vaccines.
(via Bustle, Listverse)
It’s important to listen to people who believe things that differ from what you do have to say. At the same time, you don’t have to drop what you believed to be true and conform to their way of thinking. Take what you can, if that’s even anything, from the theories of others. At the end of the day, you have to believe what you believe, whatever that may be.
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