"The Earth is in trouble.” "The Earth is dying" "The Earth has only 30 years left"
Have you ever encountered such statements? Something is going on that will have a large effect on all of us.. But the Earth?
The Earth will be just fine. It's been around for billions of year and will be around for billions more. The Earth knows how to survive. The Earth knows how to prosper. The Earth knows how to thrive.
One has to listen to our wise ancestors: they knew how to build relationships with nature and accept themselves as part of it. The sea pollution that is present today not only creates environmental problems but also damages human health.
According to a legend, when the Chinese emperor ordered a miniature empire, with, meadows, forests, and rivers, to be created in his palace, his gardeners, among other things, created tiny living trees as small versions of the big ones, to fulfill the order of the ruler.
Today, humankind has left behind more than six billion tons of plastic waste. Yes, land debris can still be recycled, but with the seas and oceans it is not so simple - under the influence of sunlight, the plastic disintegrates into micro-particles and spreads throughout the World Ocean.
Biologists and physicians confidently declare that the content of active substances in algae surpasses all other types of plants. Algae have antitumor and other healing properties. Algae are mentioned as therapeutic agents in many medical treatises all over the world.
Everyone knows that water is the basis of life, not only for humans, but for the entire planet. No matter how paradoxical it may seem, but at first glance, such a simple chemical compound like H2O is still not fully understood, and a simple colorless liquid still remains the most mysterious and mystical substance.
Terrible fact: only 10% of the 35,000 pesticides used since 1945 have been tested for harmful effects on the human body.
Freshwater ecosystems occupy the smallest part of the globe in comparison with other ecosystems, but their importance is very great because they are the only source of freshwater, which is necessary not only for the existence of all living things but also for human activities.
People have always been interested in various secrets and mysteries. It is all about human nature – longing for all that is hidden and new, trying to find correct answers and gaining knowledge.
Winter is a wonderful time when nature looks pristine and untouched, almost like a bride. Use this great opportunity to get beautiful pictures.