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Endless stretches of salt, lakes with psychedelic colors and active volcanoes: this land, which is constantly changing, is heaven and hell together – an ancestral place where you can still watch the phenomena that gave rise to the world.Located in the northern part of the Afar’s Triangle, which takes its name from the nomadic people …

Endless stretches of salt, lakes with psychedelic colors and active volcanoes: this land, which is constantly changing, is heaven and hell together – an ancestral place where you can still watch the phenomena that gave rise to the world.Located in the northern part of the Afar’s Triangle, which takes its name from the nomadic people …

Surviving global warming: fight or adapt? – A. Christofilopoulos – Medium

Surviving global warming: fight or adapt?

Surviving global warming: fight or adapt? – A. Christofilopoulos – Medium

As Trump Exits Paris Agreement Other Nations Are Defiant

As Trump Exits Paris Agreement, Other Nations Are Defiant

As Trump Exits Paris Agreement, Other Nations Are Defiant - The New York Times

The “Jungle” is closed. Fences are up. A wall has been built. Gendarmeres patrol the highways and private security monitors city parks. The…

The “Jungle” is closed. Fences are up. A wall has been built. Gendarmeres patrol the highways and private security monitors city parks. The…

Daniel Castro Garcia Lampedusa

Daniel Castro Garcia Lampedusa

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natgeo - Photo by @renan_ozturk @camp4collective #TheLastHoneyHunter story ~ Words by @m_synnott ~  One of the most important jobs during a honey hunt is to keep a fire smoldering at the base of the cliff. Maule Dhan, pictured here, won’t approach a hive until the air around it is filled with smoke. The honey hunters like to start the process first thing in the morning because the air hasn’t warmed up enough to create the crosswinds which tend to funnel down the Hongu Valley each afternoon.

natgeo - Photo by @renan_ozturk @camp4collective #TheLastHoneyHunter story ~ Words by @m_synnott ~ One of the most important jobs during a honey hunt is to keep a fire smoldering at the base of the cliff. Maule Dhan, pictured here, won’t approach a hive until the air around it is filled with smoke. The honey hunters like to start the process first thing in the morning because the air hasn’t warmed up enough to create the crosswinds which tend to funnel down the Hongu Valley each afternoon.

This Is a Man Problem - The New York Times. “Boys will be boys and girls will be victims.”

This Is a Man Problem

Is the left politicizing sexual misconduct? Leftist Hollywood launches campaign to cleanse itself of sexual misconduct; panel debates t.

world press photo 2017 - torino

world press photo 2017 - torino

2,031 Likes, 15 Comments - Dyer & Jenkins (@dyerandjenkins) on Instagram: “Everybody deserves some exhilaration in their lives. @lyesk #forgeyourownpath”

Faroe Islands, a small archipelago in the North Atlantic between Scotland, Norway and Iceland these islands are an autonomous country within the Kingdom of Denmark, but do not belong to the European Union

National Geographic: Photo / Smoke from wildfires fills the steep valleys of Montana.

We Aren’t Built to Live in the Moment

What best distinguishes human beings from other animals is our foresight, as scientists are just beginning to recognize.

Andrea Frazzetta

Andrea Frazzetta

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