Google timelapse: 28 Years Of The Earth From Space

Google timelapse: 28 Years Of The Earth From Space

10 May 2013 A glacier shrinks, a rainforest disappears and a major U.S. city expands before your eyes in the new Google Timelapse project. The partnership bl…
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13 Replies to “Google timelapse: 28 Years Of The Earth From Space”

  1. no it isnt look at the amazon look at all of those trees people cut down thats not good cutting down trees means they breathe in less carbon dioxide so more goes into the atmosphere. did you read that air pollution does cause lung cancer and thousands of people have died because of it or are you just another ignorant human being.

  2. so, global warming is bs. Those glaciers are at the same level today, as they were 30 years ago. They just melt some years, and other years they come back as if nothing happened. Humanity is a force of nature, just like rivers, trees, wind whatever

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  4. Cool. Sure. It is very cool to see how mankind wears out a planet. I would find much cooler if we could renew it at the same rate we’re destroying it.

  5. everything and every one on earth will and must die at one point, by protecting mother earth and saving our resources will only slow it down, but at the end it is already pre destined for this sinful world to end! the bright side there is a better, cleaner, happy place for us all on the other side.

  6. We build shit to survive and make life better. As well you say we do not care about other living things? You must be speaking about the evil people. And you should really stop consintrating on the bad people.

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