On October 14, 2010, a massive industrial waste spill carved a ruddy scar across the Earth's surface, after a million cubic meters of sludge poured through Ajka, Hungary and the nearby towns of Devecser and Kolontár. This toxic deluge — which was the byproduct of a bauxite processing plant and was released when a retaining wall burst — killed nine people, left millions of dollars of property damage, and stained the landscape a sickly red. Forests, Westerns, Building, Red, Toxic Wasting, Trees, Places, Photo, Retaining Wall
'X-Ray Vision: Fish Inside Out' is a travelling exhibit from the Smihsonian of 40 radiographs of fish from their National Collection of Fishes which has an estimated 4 million individual fish representing more than 70% of the world's fish species. via advancedaquarist tinyurl.com/... #Seahorse #Radiograph #Sandra_Reardon
Understanding the size of Earth in comparison to the rest of our solar system -- an amazing illustration to visualize the size and scale of our world!