This is a satellite view of the American town of Oakwood Beach from 2011 to 2016.
One of the great things about having a presence on the Internet, whether a blog, website, or other site, is that people from across the globe can visit it at any time, and appreciate your work. Feels a proud moment when you think about it.
The paths of Hurricanes Irma and Maria, which struck the Caribbean region in 2017, causing significant devastation.
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On the 6th February 2018, the world watched as SpaceX successfully launched the most powerful rocket in the world into space, and landed two Falcon 9 rocket boosters back on Earth, synchronized to perfection.
The payload for the inaugural Falcon Heavy test flight was Elon Musk’s red Tesla Roadster convertible. For the first twelve hours, the car was running a livestream back to Earth and blasting David Bowie’s “Life on Mars?” into space.
The office is empty right about now. This is not because the heatwave scared off the office snowflakes. The correct reason is that most of my colleagues have gone for a special walk in aid of a mental health charity through different parts of London. They got purple t-shirts and everything. Meanwhile I’m here holding down the fort, checking emails and clearing up other people’s Excel mistakes.
I was a bit bored so watched YouTube videos of volcanic eruptions and movie disaster scenes. I like me a bit of geological action.
Credits: Mrs. Bory’s Earth Science/Physical Science Web site via GifCities and Internet Archive