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Google Earth

June 3, 2014

Around in the World in 60 seconds with Google Earth. In order to celebrate its 1 billionth download, Google Earth tapped JESS3 to create an infographic that highlights the ease and speed with which users can explore some of the most fascinating parts of the globe. Source

Ancient Hebrew Cosmology

Ancient Hebrew Cosmology

March 29, 2013

The preceding description of the world doesn’t share the same scientific view that we have, in which the Earth is one planet around one sun in a universe full of suns and planets. The ancient picture of the universe portrays a world in which the Earth is a disc surrounded by water not only on […]

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Mechanical Monstrosities Of Fossil Fuel Extraction

February 20, 2013

Fossil fuels are big business and according to this infographic, the machines that are responsible for extracting resources from the Earth are some of the most powerful “creatures” in the world. These six immense machines are capable of incredible amounts of work as well as incredible amounts of pollution.

Just For Kids: Amazing Facts

Just For Kids: Amazing Facts

November 27, 2012

There are a lot of fantastic facts about the soil that you will want to know. Here is an awesome and fum infographic telling all the details, lets find out more! Source

7 Billion People

7 Billion People

November 12, 2012

A two page spread infographic designed for upcoming ’80Days’ travel & hedonism Magazine Project Source

Earth To Cross: Comet Deluge

Earth To Cross: Comet Deluge

November 9, 2012

Astronomers expect spectacular displays of meteor showers over North America and Europe on Wednesday and Thursday as the earth crosses the path of comet Swift-Tuttle’s orbit. Source

International Stratigraphic

International Stratigraphic

October 25, 2012

A geologic timescale Infographic. Source

How Long Will It Last?

How Long Will It Last?

October 17, 2012

If demand continues to grow for some of the world’s precocious resources, they will be completely depleted within the next few years. This infographic looks at some of the world’s most precious resources and predicts when they will be exhausted if factors such as the population and new technologies change. These resources include aluminum, nickel, […]

Explaining Earthquakes

Explaining Earthquakes

October 16, 2012

An earthquake is the shaking of the ground caused by sudden motions along faults, or fractures in the Earth’s crust. The epicenter of an earthquake is determined by triangulation. This means that seismic data is needed from at least three different locations, and where this data intersects tells us the epicenter. Source

How Disaster Strikes

How Disaster Strikes

October 9, 2012

Earthquakes happen after centuries of energy build up within the Earth’s crust. Here’s a look at the forces behind the destruction. Source

Stem & Our Planet

Stem & Our Planet

September 28, 2012

The environment is a compelling context for teaching and engaging today’s students in science, technology, engineering and math. Source

Climate Change

Climate Change

September 4, 2012

The theme ‘Climate Change’ could refer to causes and consequences of global warming, deforestation etc, and/or how do we help to improve the situation. Source